Phish ‘Dinner And A Movie’ Episode 18: Baker’s Dozen “Chocolate” Night

first_imgSet One: Chocolate Rain[1], Ass Handed, Free, Weigh > Undermind > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, The Dogs, Destiny Unbound, Divided Sky, Things People Do, SandSet Two: Have Mercy, Chalk Dust Torture[2], You Sexy Thing[3] > Mercury -> You Sexy Thing > Backwards Down the Number Line > Rock and RollEncore: Fee[4], Space Oddity[1] Phish debut; a cappella, with Page on a midi controller keyboard.[2] Unfinished.[3] Phish debut.[4] Lyrics changed to “have a chocolate donut and catch your breath.” Phish has announced the details for episode 18 of the band’s weekly Dinner and a Movie webcast/cooking series. Next week’s installment will feature the band’s July 28th, 2017 performance at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY–also known as “Chocolate” night of their historic Baker’s Dozen residency. As per its previous weekly editions, the stream will air for free on the band’s Facebook and YouTube pages exactly three years to the day after it happened this Tuesday (7/28) at 8:30 p.m. ET. Tune in and follow along with our full “Double Chocolate” Stream Companion here.The 18th episode of Dinner and a Movie follows previous editions of the weekly archive webcast series including October 20th, 2013 at Hampton Coliseum; their July 14th, 2019 performance at Alpine Valley in East Troy, MI; the world premiere of a set two video from Universal Joint in Northampton, MA (5/1/89); the third of three nights at The Greek Theatre in 2010 (8/7/10); the 8/31/12 “F— Your Face” show; the 7/27/14 Merriweather “Tweezerfest”; the 7/25/17’s Baker’s Dozen “Jam-Filled” night; Magnaball night two (8/22/15); last year’s first night at Mohegan Sun (7/19/19); the first night of the band’s 2016 Halloween run in Las Vegas (10/28/16); the final night of 2017’s Mexican destination event (1/15/17); the band’s first of three nights in Alpharetta, GA in 2018 (8/3/18); the out-there 1997 U.S. tour opener featuring a guest appearance by LeRoi Moore of Dave Matthews Band (7/21/97); the improv-heavy second night of their 2018 Madison Square Garden New Year’s run (12/29/18); 2013’s Friday night at The Gorge (7/26/13); the classic 1.0 show from Deer Creek Music Center (6/19/95), and 2015’s night two at The Mann Center (8/12/15).Related: Phish Adds Wild 7/21/97 Virginia Beach Show Ft. DMB’s LeRoi Moore To LivePhish CatalogThis week’s episode of Dinner and a Movie will look to raise money for Doctors Without Borders. According to the band’s announcement, the organization provides emergency medical care to millions of people caught in crisis in more than 70 countries around the world.The accompanying food portion of the evening includes the recipe for Federal Donuts’ Double Chocolate Donut, the very same donut handed out to fans on the night of the 2017 show. Also on the menu is the Fried Chicken sandwich also sold at Federal Donuts. Scroll down to read the band’s announcement for more information on the full recipe instructions and scroll down for a setlist from the 2017 performance. Setlist: Phish | Baker’s Dozen Night 6 | Madison Square Garden | New York, NY | 7/27/17last_img read more

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More experienced Gophers take floor in Exhibition

first_imgEllis-Milan started 30-of-33 games last season, while Harper started the other three but appeared in all 33.Barnes out for the seasonMinnesota will open up and finish the season with one of its captains permanently sidelined with a season-ending knee injury.Senior Jordan Barnes tore her ACL in practice Saturday and will undergo knee surgery in upcoming weeks.That leaves Minnesota down a solid defensive option off the bench as well as a senior leader on the floor.Last season Barnes appeared in 32 games, averaging 12.4 minutes a game. Though her 1.8 points and rebounds per games don’t jump out as overwhelming statistics, her defensive tenacity will be noticeably missed this year.Barnes would need to be granted an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA if she wanted to return to play another year. More experienced Gophers take floor in Exhibition Paul CordesOctober 31, 2007Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintLast season, coach Pam Borton had many questions about how her team would perform in its opening exhibition game as she sent out a starting lineup with a total of 18 games started between them, all of which came from then-senior guard Kelly Rosland.But tonight, when the Gophers square off against Minnesota State at Williams Arena at 7 p.m., things will be a little different.Borton could potentially send four starters to the floor with 129 games started among them.“Last year we didn’t really know what to expect and we had a very young team,” Borton said at Media Day a week ago. “I think with the experience and the expectations that we put on some of our very young kids last year, and now with them being more mature, them having a lot of playing minutes under their belt, that we can see them making a big jump this year.”Junior guard Emily Fox, sophomore guard Brittany McCoy, and senior Leslie Knight started in all 33 games last season and are projected starters for tonight’s game.Sophomore forward Korinne Campbell appeared in all 33 games last season, though not making any starts, and is also a projected starter for the exhibition.The Gophers’ only question mark will be at the post where sophomores Zoe Harper and Ashley Ellis-Milan continue to compete for the starting job.last_img read more

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People’s prince

first_imgStay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe now for unlimited access Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our communitylast_img read more

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POLICE ON HUNT FOR MOFFAT ‘CASH SCAMMER’

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInRinging the Changes – Moffat Police Scotland want to trace the following described man in relation to a ‘ringing the changes’ type scam which took place at the shop premises of The Edinburgh Woolen Mill in Ladyknowe , Moffat at around 1450 hours on Thursday 13 August 2015.At that time the man in question attempted to exchange a large quantity of bank notes, however changed his mind and in the process managed cause confusion at the till. It was later discovered that £160 had been stolen. Constable Bob Dickson of Police Scotland at Moffat said “this is an old scam which works by confusing the shop assistant by the perpetrator constantly changing their mind as to what it is they actually want in the exchange. The man we are looking for is about 30 years of age, 5’9″ tall, heavy build, dark skinned possibly eastern Mediterranean or African, wearing a white t-shirt, blue jeans and was wearing a red coloured cast on his arm. He spoke poor English. Anyone who can help is asked to call police at Moffat on 101.”last_img read more

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Carter, Chase give Barbados Pride second win

first_imgCAVE HILL, Barbados (CMC) – Jonathan Carter and Test batsman Roston Chase carved out half-centuries as title-holders Barbados Pride marched to their second win of the Regional Super50 with a comfortable seven-wicket victory over English County Hampshire here yesterday.Asked to chase an uncomplicated 228 at 3Ws Oval, Pride overcame a stuttering start to reach their target in the 47th over, and follow up their convincing win over Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on Tuesday’s opening day.Left-hander Jonathan Carter, adjudged Man-of-the-Match, was at the forefront of the run chase, stroking a classy unbeaten 92 while Chase was also in fine nick with an unbeaten 87.The pair put on 168 in an unbroken fourth-wicket stand which pulled Pride around from the discomfort of 63 for three in the 16th over.Sent in earlier, Hampshire rallied from 29 for three in the 14th over to reach 227 for seven off their 50 overs, with Zimbabwean Sean Ervine top-scoring with 63, Joe Weatherley getting 51 and Lewis McManus, 47.Fast bowler Miguel Cummins extended his excellent wicket-taking form with three for 27 from eight overs.Hampshire had a less than ideal start, losing Calvin Dickinson (9), Thomas Alsop (12) and James Adams (3) cheaply inside the first 15 overs.However, Ervine and Weatherley combined in a 112-run, fourth-wicket partnership to prop up the innings and push the visitors towards a competitive total.Ervine struck five fours and a pair of sixes in a positive 68-ball knock while Weatherly faced 78 balls and belted two sixes.Pride clawed their way back into the contest when they removed both in successive overs. Ervine pushed a return catch back to off-spinner Chase while Weatherley cut veteran left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn to Chase at point.Tottering again on 147 for five at the end of the 37th, Hampshire were revived by McManus and Bradley Taylor (20) who put on a valuable 48 for the sixth wicket.McManus struck three fours and sixes in an entertaining 42-ball innings before becoming one of two wickets to fall to Cummins in successive overs late on.Pride then suffered an early setback in their run chase when Kevin Stoute nicked a catch behind off seamer Bradley Wheal, to fall for two with five on the board in the second over.Captain Kraigg Brathwaite added 33 with Shai Hope (34) but failed for the second straight innings, bowled middle stump by former West Indies speedster Fidel Edwards for 12 in the 10th over.And for the second successive innings, Hope got a start but failed to carry on and was caught at cover in the 16th over, driving left-arm seamer Christopher Wood.However, Carter arrived to put any lingering doubts about the result to rest, dominating the Hampshire attack in an innings which required 113 balls and contained seven fours.Playing with quiet assurance, the out-of-favour Windies limited overs batsman brought up his half-century off 67 balls with three fours in the 30th over, but ran out of time with three figures beckoning.Chase, meanwhile, was no less authoritative, counting seven fours and two sixes in a 93-ball innings.Pride will chase their third straight win when they take on Windward Islands Volcanoes in their third match at Kensington Oval tomorrow.last_img read more

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Tema hosts final phase of Inter Allied Consult soccer camp

first_imgThe final phase of the Inter Allied Sports Consult soccer camp will begin on Thursday, February 18 at the Tema Sports Stadium.The three-day exercise, organised in collaboration with France-based sports firm Noga Sport Management, is aimed at unearthing talented players for European Clubs.Omar El-Eter, Chief Executive Officer of Inter Allied Sports Consult told GNA Sports that 48 players selected from top leagues of seven West African countries will be participating in the rigorous exercise.He said players who make the mark will be signed on by Spanish La Liga sides namely Barcelona, Sevilla, Athletico Madrid and Malaga, who are represented at the event by their scouts.El-Eter explained that his outfit in partnership with his French counterpart, Olivier Noah, have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the respective Clubs, which gives players the license to join the respective clubs outright without subject to trials.He added that 10 players will be selected after the exercise, which will come of in the form of friendly matches against lower division sides. Various scouts from top notch European clubs are also in the country for the event, which ends on Saturday, February 20, 2010.The Chief Executive Officer observed that his outfit intends to make the soccer camp an annual affair, with two camps.The first phase of the Soccer Camp lasted from Saturday, February 13 to Monday, February 15 at the Presec Park, Legon.The second phase which ended on Wednesday, February 16 was also held at the Tema Stadium.Source: GNAlast_img read more

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LAUSD legislation faces key vote

first_imgAmendments to appease various legislators and interest groups followed. When faced with vocal resistance from Sen. Marta Escutia, D-Montebello, the bill was amended to give the southeast cities she represents a greater say in the district. Days later, after previously unanimously opposing the bill, the San Fernando City Council reversed its position to support. State Sen. Dean Florez says the bill has lost its original focus. “This bill has been diluted completely. When you come to Sacramento, be prepared to compromise,” Florez said. “What’s unusual is nobody is talking about the kids.” Florez said that on the same day he met with the mayor to talk about the measure, he later got word that Los Angeles had filed a lawsuit against Kern County challenging its ban on the city trucking treated sewage sludge to the San Joaquin Valley. Florez, who said the move damaged the mayor’s credibility in his eyes, abstained from voting on Villaraigosa’s bill when it was in the Senate appropriations committee. In addition to numerous calls to legislators, Villaraigosa has traveled to Sacramento a half-dozen times to make personal pleas and appearances. Some of it has been to counter the district’s own political muscle. “The educational bureaucracy’s put up a fight … They’ve thrown everything but the kitchen sink,” he said. “Clearly, this is a bureaucracy that will say anything and do anything to stop our efforts at education reform, so they’ve been formidable.” LAUSD board member David Tokofsky said he has no specifics but believes deals have been made to usher the bill through. “There are so many ways to sum this up but it seems to me that fear and muscle are moving things and personal fights are being subjugated to the power of the leader and the speaker in a way that’s not good for government,” said Tokofsky. “From the beginning, you’ve never been able to find more than three people who say I like this idea: Romero, Nu ez, and Villaraigosa,” said Tokofsky, who was in Sacramento last week to try to persuade lawmakers to oppose the bill. “The other 116 \ have never been enthusiastic about this, but they said the bill is `speakerized,’ that they’re fearful of what will happen to them, and the leadership is telling them to vote this way or else.” Tokofsky claims Romero openly offered to take his bill amendments. While Romero said she made the offer, she said it was only for consideration. “This is what happens in the legislative process. The process of introducing legislation is always open to amendments: you meet with individuals, you take amendments, you offer them and some are taken and some are not,” Romero said. “It’s not about politicking. I have a whole slew of bills and this is what I do with every one of my bills, but not every one has been on the front page.” While political wheeling and dealing is not unusual, what is is asking the state to supercede local laws, said Bob Stern, director of the Center for Governmental Studies in Los Angeles. “\ has three great allies – the Speaker Nu ez, Gloria Romero in the Senate and the governor – you can’t get better than that. If Nu ez is saying this is an important bill, then legislators get worried about their important bills. Frankly, I don’t think this bill is very important to most legislators except the L.A. legislators,” Stern said. “I have to give the mayor credit for it, because he’s using the state legislature to accomplish his long-term goals. He was a powerful leader in Sacramento, he’s a very powerful guy now, and he can be an even more powerful person in a few years.” [email protected] (818) 713-3722160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s fast-tracked legislation to gain control of Los Angeles’ public schools faces a key Senate vote today, just days before the legislative session runs out. But even as lawmakers race against the clock, nearly all accounts say approval has been virtually assured by the intensive lobbying campaign and nearly unprecedented support of a powerhouse coalition of political leaders. While few in the Capitol halls say they know of – or at least are publicly willing to talk about – any specific political favors being traded to keep the mayor’s legislation moving, most agree the wrangling has been rampant. Villaraigosa says he has not made any promises in exchange for support although some legislators see opportunities for leverage as the mayor gambles his political career on the bill. “Those conversations are inappropriate and did not take place,” the mayor said. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los AngelesBut observers note the unspoken pressure of having Assembly Speaker Fabian Nu ez, Sen. Gloria Romero, Senate President Pro-Tem Don Perata and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger all backing the bill. “I reserve the right to vote no,” Sen. Deborah Ortiz told Nu ez during a recent hearing on the LAUSD legislation. “I understand you are the speaker of the Assembly. I have some very important bills that I hope you will have an equally open mind about as I move through my last two weeks of my career.” Most expected the maneuvering to continue over the weekend after Perata, acknowledging there wasn’t enough support to get the bill out of the Senate on Thursday, postponed the vote. Perata predicted the votes would be there today, when the mayor also plans to be at the Capitol to help shepherd the legislation forward. Critics who question whether backroom deals are being cut as part of the efforts note that maneuvering began as soon as Villaraigosa backed off total mayoral control when it was evident the teachers’ unions would not support it. last_img
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Roscommon name team to face Armagh

first_img2 David Murray(Padraig Pearses) Roscommon senior football manager Kevin McStay tonight named his team to face Armagh in the fourth round All Ireland Senior Football Qualifier game to be played on Saturday in Portlaoise.The team features a number of changes to the one that started against Galway in the Connacht Final including starts for Ultan Harney, Cathal Cregg and Seán Mc Dermott. Making way for these are an injured Brian Stack while Fintan Cregg and Niall Kilroy are named elsewhere in the match day 26.Seán McDermott makes a return to championship football after not featuring in this year’s Connacht championship. Seán is the most “capped” member of the panel with a total of 46 championship appearances since he made his debut against London in 2005. In fact, after coming on as a sub in that game he started every single championship game Roscommon played from 2005 up to and including the All Ireland Quarter Final Replay against Mayo in 2017.Next on that list is his Western Gaels club mate Cathal Cregg who will be making his 40th championship appearance on Saturday and has racked up 3 -43 in championship scores to date.Supporters will be delighted to see the return of Cathal Compton to mid field after coming off injured against Galway in the Connacht football final.The following players could not be considered due to injury, Brian Stack, Ciaran Lennon, Darra Pettit, Fergal Lennon, and Ronan Stack.The Conor Devaney led Roscommon Team is listed below 23 Niall Kilroy(Fuerty) 12 Enda Smith(Boyle) 17 Conor Daly(Padraig Pearses) 9 Tadgh O’Rourke(Tulsk Lord Edwards) 6 Peter Domican(St Brigid’s) 8 Cathal Compton(Strokestown) 24 Padraig Kelly(St Brigid’s) 7 Conor Devaney (Captain)(Kilbride) 25 Shane Killoran(Elphin) Substitutes 19 Fintan Cregg(Elphin) 18 Finbar Cregg(Western Gaels) 14 Ultan Harney(Clann na nGael)center_img 26 Tadgh McKenna(Boyle) 1 Colm Lavin(Éire Óg) 4 Seán McDermott(Western Gaels) 11 Cathal Cregg(Western Gaels) 13 Donie Smith(Boyle) 15 Diarmuid Murtagh(St. Faithleach’s) 22 Niall Daly(Padraig Pearses) 20 Gary Patterson(Michael Glavey’s) 16 James Featherstone(Roscommon Gaels) 21 Ian Kilbride(St Brigid’s) 3 Niall McInerney(St Brigid’s) 10 Ciaráin Murtagh(St. Faithleach’s) 5 John McManus(Roscommon Gaels)last_img read more

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