The Greek Theatre Nestled in between the natural tree-populated setting of Griffith Park, the Greek Theatre is a small but intimate venue, home to classic acts and up-and-comers. El Rey Theatre The Miracle Mile district of Los Angeles may be best known for LACMA and Tar Pits, but the El Rey Theatre has become a respected live music destination in the city. The Wiltern Chances are if you've seen a lesser-known band perform at the Wiltern, that means they're going to be big one day. Located in LA's Koreatown, the Wiltern has been home to many a historical act and is a necessary stop for any fledgling band on the rise. The Orpheum With an interior that rivals some of the most luxurious hotels in town, the Orpheum is usually a guarantee for a great show in LA. CHICAGO Ravinia Park Home to the oldest outdoor music festival in the United States, Ravinia Park has every type of music a fan could ask for. Classical? Check. Jazz? Check. Rock? Yes sir. When it comes to summer music, this Midwest spot is hard to beat. Lincoln Hall The list of names who owe a credit of their success (Dave Matthews, Modest Mouse) to Lincoln Hall is impressive. But even more so that you can still find an affordable show here for up-and-coming acts. Aragon Ballroom Named after a community in Spain, Aragon is host to much more than just Spanish music. Rumor has it that Al Capone had secret tunnels from the Green Mill Jazz Club leading to the Aragon's basement. Schubas Tavern Everyone on this list provides great music shows. That's a given. But Schubas is distinct for providing delectable eats to go alongside whatever performance you're watching. House of Blues Don't be fooled by its chain status. House of Blues Chicago is nothing but legit when it comes to top-notch shows. Reggie's Rock Club Ranked in recent years to be Chicagoans' favorite music stop in the city, this South Side club hosts all types of genres in an intimate setting. PHILADELPHIA Union Transfer This venue feels like walking into a barn almost, with wood paneling and chandeliers hanging above, but it's also the best place to catch an indie rock show in Philadelphia, without question. Trocadero Theatre The best venues are those that've taken on many incarnations throughout the years. And while Trocadero started off as a host to musical comedies, burlesque and vaudeville shows, the 140+ year-old venue is now delighting concertgoers everywhere as a central hub for pretty much everything. World Cafe Live This venue has two stages inside, and it has one of the best lineups in the city. Electric Factory If you're looking for a grittier but still vibrant live music experience, head on over to the Electric Factory. Festival Pier Every city needs a stellar outdoor music venue, and Festival Pier has welcomingly fit that model for Philly. Steel Stacks This big-name draw in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, doubles as a campus for community events. Whether it's a huge summer concert series or an intimate open mic night, there's always something going on. SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA Not to be confused with its same-named cousin down south in LA, this Greek Theatre is over 100 years old and a permanent fixture for live events in the Bay Area. Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View A lot of Silicon Valley employees opt to live further north in San Francisco instead of closer to their work campuses. But the Shoreline Amphitheatre is giving reason for those Googlers to hang around Mountain View more often. The amphitheater has been home to many music festivals, and top acts regularly trudge through its white-arched roof. Great American Music Hall For the city that was at the epicenter of the counter-culture movement and burst of psychedelic rock during the 1960s, it's hard to find a venue that does San Francisco complete musical justice. Yet the aptly titled Great American Music Hall has been a Bay Area fixture since 1907. The Fillmore There are theaters named Fillmore all across the United States.
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Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Dominion Diamond Corporation Issues Updated Mine Plan for the Ekati Diamond Mine Dominion Diamond Corporation 2 hours ago 0 shares Content preferences Done YELLOWKNIFE , July 21, 2014 /CNW/ - Dominion Diamond Corporation (TSX:DDC, NYSE:DDC) (the "Company") announces that the Company has promoted the Misery Satellite material previously identified as an exploration target to an inferred resource. The Company is also releasing today an updated mine plan for the Ekati Diamond Mine, including current estimates for anticipated annual production by pipe, with associated operating costs and capital costs. Unless otherwise specified, all financial information is presented in Canadian dollars, on a 100% basis, and references to years are to fiscal years. The Company operates the Ekati Diamond Mine through its 80% ownership interest in the Core Zone, which includes the operating mine and other permitted kimberlite pipes, and 58.8% interest in the Buffer Zone, an adjacent area hosting kimberlite pipes having both development and exploration potential. On July 9, 2014 the Company announced that, subject to the rights of first refusal set out in the applicable joint venture agreements, it has entered into an agreement with C. Fipke Holdings Ltd. to acquire all of Dr. Charles Fipke's 10% participating interests in the Ekati Diamond Mine at a price equivalent to the price paid to BHP Billiton in calendar 2013 for its interests. It is anticipated that completion of the transactions will occur in September, 2014. Updated Mineral Resource Estimate The Company had previously identified in its technical report in respect of the Ekati Diamond Mine dated May 24, 2013 (the "Technical Report") an exploration target for the Misery South and Misery Southwest Satellite ("Misery SW Extension") Pipes (collectively, the "Misery Satellite Pipes"). Since the Technical Report, diamond grade and value estimates for the Misery Satellite Pipes have been validated by drilling, mining and processing activities. The Company has now converted the exploration target to an inferred resource with the following tonnage and grade: Notes: Mineral resources have an effective date of January 31, 2014 . Mineral resources are reported on a 100% basis. The Company has an 80% participating interest in the Core Zone joint venture and a 58.8% participating interest in the Buffer Zone joint venture. Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. Mineral resources are reported at +1.0 mm (diamonds retained on a 1.0 mm slot screen). Mineral resources have been classified based on an assessment of the available drillhole, bulk sampling and production information, and the assumptions made about geological and grade continuity are consistent with the classification as inferred mineral resources. These mineral resources are amenable to open pit mining methods. The conceptual pit designs for open cut Misery Main that includes the extraction of the Misery South and Misery SW Extension material was completed using Whittle shell analysis. Parameters used in pit shell analysis varied by kimberlite and ranges included; pit slope angles 40-80 degrees, mining costs $5-8 /wmt, processing costs $16-26 /dmt and G&A costs $17-29 /dmt. Tonnes are reported as millions of metric tonnes, diamond grades as carats per tonne (cpt), and contained diamond carats as millions of contained carats. Tables may not sum as totals have been rounded in accordance with reporting guidelines. Following analysis of this winter's drilling program, the Company will be preparing an updated technical report on the mineral resources and mineral reserves at the Ekati Diamond Mine that will include further details on the Misery Satellite resources as well as updates to some other pipes. The Company expects to file this updated technical report in the later part of calendar 2014. The resource estimate for the Misery Satellite Pipes was prepared by Peter Ravenscroft , FAusIMM, of Burgundy Mining Advisors Ltd., an independent mining consultant, and a Qualified Person within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101").
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