Valera (West Thurrock, Essex) has added an extra-large basket model to its range of under-counter dishwashers. The CF50, which accommodates a maximum plate size of 340mm diameter, can also be used as a high-volume glass washer.It features a fully adjustable wash cycle of one to three minutes and is capable of washing up to 540 plates per hour. The bodywork is constructed in brushed stainless steel. It is insulated for lower noise levels and greater energy saving, says Valera.
The Reverend Al Green is set to make his live comeback later this year with eight shows surrounding his April 28th performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The upcoming run will mark Al Green’s first run of live shows in seven years, though he’s continued to lead Sunday church services in Memphis, TN over the years.The run of comeback shows begins on April 24th with a performance at Bass Concert Hall in Austin, TX, followed by a gig in Irving, TX two nights later on April 26th. Following his appearance at Jazz Fest on April 28th, Green will head back to Texas for a show in Sugar Land on April 30th, followed by a final gig at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on May 3rd.Newly announced dates will bring the 72-year-old soul icon to Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY on May 5th; The Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL on May 7th; and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on May 9th. It’s unclear if more dates will be added to the 2019 schedule.Green will be joined throughout his brief spring tour on select dates by former NPR Tiny Desk Contest winners, Tank and the Bangas, and The War and Treaty. Fans can reference the listing below for a detailed schedule of Green’s upcoming shows and head here for more information on ticket availability.Al Green Tour DatesApril 24 – Austin, TX – Bass Concert Hall*April 26 – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Factory^April 28 – New Orleans, LA – New Orleans Jazz & Heritage FestivalApril 30 – Sugar Land, TX – Smart Financial Centre*May 3 – Atlanta, GA – Fox Theatre^May 5 – New York, NY @ Radio City Music HallMay 7 – Chicago, IL @ The Chicago TheatreMay 9 – Los Angeles, CA @ Greek Theatre* w/ Tank and the Bangas^ w/War and TreatyView Upcoming Dates
FIFA have confirmed they have begun “disciplinary proceedings” regarding the complaints made by Senegal over Diafra Sakho.A spokesman for the game’s governing body revealed this morning that they would be investigating the situation, which saw Sakho feature for West Ham at Ashton Gate 48 hours before Senegal were knocked out of the African Cup of Nations.”We can confirm that disciplinary proceedings were initiated against the player Diafra Sakho and the club West Ham United for a potential violation of the FIFA regulations on the status and transfer of players,” said a spokesman this morning.Senegal are understood to have issued their complaint after Sakho scored West Ham’s winner in their FA Cup fourth round tie at Bristol City. Sam Allardyce and West Ham insist they have not broken and rules, but refrained from fielding Sakho at Anfield on Saturday after receiving notification of an impending investigation by FIFA.