Lotus Announces Thanksgiving And New Year’s Eve Plans

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Lotus Announces Thanksgiving And New Year’s Eve Plans

first_imgThe jamtronica juggernauts of Lotus have just announced a handful of dates around Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve of this year. The group will play two shows the weekend following Thanksgiving with performances at House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio, on Friday, November 24th, and at Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan, on Saturday, November 25th. Then to close out 2017 in style, the Philadelphia-based group has laid out a three-night run across the East Coast. The run will kick off in Baltimore, Maryland, on December 29th at Ram’s Head Live!, followed by a performance at Buffalo Riverworks in Buffalo, New York, on December 30th. For New Year’s Eve, the group will be posted up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for a special show at Stage AE. Tickets for these five new Lotus dates are on sale now for fan pre-sale via Ticketweb.[Photo: Phierce Photo]last_img read more

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Coal India April shipments fall 25.5% as lockdown erodes demand

first_imgCoal India’s shipments in April slumped 25.5 percent from a year earlier after more than a month-long nationwide lockdown halted economic activity, eroding demand for India’s most dominant energy source.Shipments dropped to 39.1 million tons in the month, the Kolkata-based miner said in a filing late Friday. Output declined 10.9 percent to 40.4 million tons.Global coal demand is heading for its biggest annual drop since World War II with burning the fuel to make electricity becoming unprofitable and socially untenable in several countries. The pandemic has only served to hasten its demise. The lockdown in India has shut factories and offices slashing electricity demand by about a quarter, affecting the use of coal and causing inventories to swell to record levels.z India extended the stay-at-home restrictions for most parts of the country for another two weeks starting May 4.“Coal India’s output is expected to remain muted until demand starts picking up,” Rupesh Sankhe, an analyst at Elara Capital India in Mumbai, said before the company reported the data. “It will probably look at new customers, especially those that depend on imported coal, to shore up shipments.”Despite the demand for the fuel crashing, the miner has set a higher output and shipments target for the fiscal year that began April 1 on expectations of a revival after the lockdown is lifted, coal minister Pralhad Joshi said last week.Topics :last_img read more

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