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The 39th Annual John Coltrane Memorial Concert Approaches

Geoffrey Scovil is an attorney in Albuquerque, New Mexico, who specializes in Habeas Corpus law. Outside of work, Geoffrey Scovil enjoys jazz music, and one of his favorite musicians is John Coltrane. Each year, the John Coltrane Memorial Concert pays tribute to the jazz legend.

Held by the Northeastern Center for the Arts, the Northeastern Department of City and Community Affairs, and Friends of John Coltrane Memorial Concert, this year’s concert is to be held on October 29th at the Blackman Auditorium at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.

Subtitled, An Evening of Ballads and Blues, the 2016 John Coltrane Memorial Concert features performances by an ensemble cast including Carl Atkins, Billy Buss, Bill Pierce, Jason Palmer, Stan Strickland, Ron Savage, Avery Sharpe, Rick Stepton, Consuelo Candelaria, and Bobby Tynes. 

Hosted by Eric Jackson, the 2016 John Coltrane Memorial Concert will cost $30 for general admission, but seniors and students get in for $25. For those look…

Three Tips for Desert Camping

Living in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Geoffrey Scovil is an attorney who specializes in Habeas Corpus law. Aside from work, Geoffrey Scovil enjoys camping. With Albuquerque being a desert city, the surrounding areas require special consideration when camping. If you are planning a camping trip to a desert area, consider these three tips to make the most of your time and help ensure safety.

1. Overstock on Water – One of the biggest threats you face in the desert is dehydration, especially when you are camping and cannot simply grab a glass of water from the kitchen. In desert environments, you should take a gallon of water per person for each day, and you will also need extra for cooking and cleaning. Taking more than you will need leaves you with water left over, while not taking enough may put your life in danger.

2. Tent – Setting up your tent in the desert requires special consideration. If at all possible, set the tent up in a shaded area. The desert heat will turn your…