Load remaining images Papadosio has made Earth Night an annual tradition, bringing fans together for a celebration of all things natural. This year’s main event took place at Express Live in Columbus, OH, with Papadosio headlining two nights for the occasion. After the all-instrumental “Live PA” set on night one, Papadosio brought the house down with two sets, one acoustic and one electric, on night two.Fortunately for us, the band live streamed their entire performance! Check it out in the videos below.Acoustic SetElectric SetSetlist: Papadosio’s Earth Night | Express Live | Columbus, OH | 12/17/16Set One: Oracle, Madre De Dios, Elephant I Presume, WCACB, Anima Mundi, War On War, Moon EntendreSet Two: Cue > Smile Nod XL, New Love, Frequency > Threes, CueYou can also catch a full gallery from the performance below, courtesy of Phierce Photo.
Sydney Morning Herald 13 March 2014Community action and education campaigns fail to curb binge drinking, assaults and serious alcohol-related harm, an Australian-first study has found.Researchers say that without tighter legislation – including restrictions on availability, price and promotion of alcohol – basic action led by communities has no effect on dangerous drinking.The five-year study, published in PLOS Medicine, implemented a range of measures in 10 of the 20 rural and regional NSW towns involved in the research.The 13 actions, which included school education, media campaigns, GP advice and increased policing on high-risk weekends, cut weekly alcohol consumption by 20 per cent and reduced verbal abuse but made no difference to risky drinking, car accidents, hospital admissions and violence. &lt;iframe id=”dcAd-1-4″ src=”http://ad-apac.doubleclick.net/N6411/adi/onl.smh.news/national/nsw;cat=news;cat1=nsw;ctype=article;pos=3;sz=300×250;tile=4;ord=9.5590102E7?” width=’300′ height=’250′ scrolling=”no” marginheight=”0″ marginwidth=”0″ allowtransparency=”true” frameborder=”0″&gt; &lt;/iframe&gt; ”It is unreasonable to expect communities to deal with the problems that flow on from the fact that alcohol in Australia is relatively cheap and available everywhere,” said Anthony Shakeshaft, study leader and deputy director of the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre.”Leaving communities to sort out their own alcohol problems is, quite simply, unlikely to work very well without government legislation.”http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/communities-cant-stop-binge-drinking-on-their-own-says-new-study-20140312-34mke.html