Donut Sampler: Relive Phish’s Baker’s Dozen By Rewatching These Free Pro-Shot Videos

first_imgIt’s pretty obvious that Phish’s Baker’s Dozen run at Madison Square Garden was a monumental feat. If you’re anything like us, you’re probably still reeling from the historic string of shows and wrapping your mind around what could be considered Phish’s finest since their 1998 Island Tour. Now that we’re a week out from the end of Baker’s Dozen, we’ve decided to help you relive the run’s glory by compiling all of the setlists (via Phish.net) as well as all the available pro-shot videos that our favorite quartet from Vermont released during their thirteen-night residency at Madison Square Garden. Enjoy!The Baker’s Dozen Awards: A Democratic Look At The Best Moments Of Phish’s 13-Show ResidencyFriday, 7/21 (Night 1; Coconut)SET 1: Shake Your Coconuts[1], Martian Monster, Timber Ho! > 555, Pigtail, Halfway to the Moon, Reba[2], Moonage Daydream, Walls of the CaveSET 2: Tweezer > Seven Below > Billy Breathes > Sparkle, Everything’s Right > Slave to the Traffic Light > Suzy Greenberg, Coconut[3]ENCORE: The Mango Song > Good Times Bad Times[1] Phish debut. Lyrics changed to reference the Baker’s Dozen.[2] No whistling.[3] Phish debut.“Shake Your Coconuts”“Tweezer”“Seven Below”Saturday, 7/22 (Night 2; Strawberry)SET 1: Strawberry Fields Forever[1], Halley’s Comet > The Moma Dance [2] > Breath and Burning > Funky Bitch, Mound, Foam, Roggae, The Squirming CoilSET 2: Down with Disease > Strawberry Letter 23[3] > Birds of a Feather, I Always Wanted It This Way[4] > All of These Dreams, Split Open and Melt > Down with Disease > Shine a LightENCORE: Peaches en Regalia > Cities, My Sweet One[1] Phish debut; a cappella.[2] Unfinished.[3] Phish debut.[4] With Trey on Marimba Lumina.“Strawberry Fields Forever”“Down With Disease”Sunday, 7/23 (Night 3; Red Velvet)Set One: Sunday Morning[1], Axilla, Your Pet Cat > Back on the Train, How Many People Are You, Glide, Theme From the Bottom > It’s Ice > MoreSet Two: AC/DC Bag > Wolfman’s Brother[2] > Twist > Waves > Miss You, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Wading in the Velvet SeaEncore: Sweet Jane[1] Phish debut. Trey on drums.[2] Unfinished.“Sunday Morning”“It’s Ice”“AC/DC Bag”Tuesday,  7/25 (Night 4; Jam-Filled)SET 1: Sample in a Jar, Lawn Boy [1] > My Friend, My Friend[2] > Stash, Bathtub GinSET 2: Fuego > Thread > Crosseyed and Painless > Makisupa Policeman -> End of Session[3] > Tuesday > CavernENCORE: Julius > Lawn Boy[1] Page on keytar.[2] No “Myfe” ending.[3] Debut.“Sample In A Jar”“Lawn Boy”“Fuego”Wednesday, 7/26 (Night 5; Powdered)SET 1: White Winter Hymnal[1], Cars Trucks Buses, My Soul, Roses Are Free > The Very Long Fuse, Gumbo, Yarmouth Road, Pebbles and Marbles, Farmhouse, TubeSET 2: Carini -> Mr. Completely > 1999 -> Steam > No Quarter, Character ZeroENCORE: Powderfinger[2][1] Phish debut; a cappella.[2] Phish debut.“White Winter Hymnal”“Tube”“Carini”Friday, 7/28 (Night 6; Chocolate)SET 1: Chocolate Rain[1], Ass Handed, Free, Weigh > Undermind > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony, The Dogs > Destiny Unbound, Divided Sky, Things People Do, SandSET 2: 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.”“Chocolate Rain”“Have Mercy”“Chalk Dust Torture”Saturday, 7/29 (Night 7; Cinnamon)SET 1: Llama, Wilson > Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan > Ya Mar, Tela, The Birds > The Line, Water in the Sky, Vultures > Train Song > Horn, I Am the WalrusSET 2: Blaze On > Twenty Years Later > Alumni Blues > Letter to Jimmy Page > Alumni Blues > Meatstick > Dirt > Harry HoodENCORE: Cinnamon Girl“Llama”“Blaze On”Sunday, 7/30 (Night 8; Jimmies)SET 1: The Curtain With > Runaway Jim, Waking Up Dead, Esther, Home, Brian and Robert, Nellie Kane, Colonel Forbin’s Ascent > Fly Famous Mockingbird > David BowieSET 2: Drowned > A Song I Heard the Ocean Sing, Harpua > Also Sprach Zarathustra[1] > Golgi Apparatus, In The Good Old Summer TimeENCORE: The Wind Cries Mary[2][1] With donut references.[2] Phish debut.“The Curtain With”“Drowned”“A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing”Tuesday, 8/1 (Night 9; Maple)SET 1: O Canada[1] > Crowd Control, Sugar Shack, When the Circus Comes, Daniel Saw the Stone, Army of One, The Wedge, Guelah Papyrus, Maple Leaf Rag[2], Guelah Papyrus, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Limb By Limb > Walk AwaySET 2: Golden Age, Leaves, Swept Away > Steep > 46 Days [3] > Piper > PossumENCORE: Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide[1] Phish debut; instrumental.[2] Phish debut; performed solo by Page.[3] With Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike and Page on percussion.“O Canada”“Golden Age”“Swept Away” > “Steep”Wednesday, 8/2 (Night 10; Holes)SET 1: Way Down in the Hole[1], Buried Alive, Kill Devil Falls, Guyute, I Didn’t Know, NICU, Meat > Maze, Ginseng Sullivan, Waiting All Night, Heavy Things, Run Like an AntelopeSET 2: Mike’s Song > O Holy Night[1] > Taste > Wingsuit > Sneakin’ Sally Through the Alley > Weekapaug GrooveENCORE: A Day in the Life[1] Phish debut.“Way Down In The Hole”“Mike’s Song”“Taste”Friday, 8/4 (Night 11; Lemon)SET 1: See That My Grave Is Kept Clean[1], Punch You In the Eye > Party Time, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Dinner and a Movie, Ocelot, Poor Heart, Winterqueen, Bold As Love > First TubeSET 2: Dem Bones, No Men In No Man’s Land > Everything In Its Right Place[1], What’s the Use? > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2] > Prince Caspian > FluffheadENCORE: Frankenstein[3][1] Phish debut.[2] No intro.[3] Page on keytar.“See That My Grave Is Kept Clean”“Dem Bones”“Scents And Subtle Sounds”Saturday, 8/5 (Night 12; Boston Cream)SET 1: Soul Shakedown Party, Uncle Pen, The Sloth, Gotta Jibboo, Fuck Your Face, Sunshine of Your Feeling[1], Frost > Scent of a Mule, Fire, Alaska > PlasmaSET 2: Ghost > Petrichor > Light > The Lizards, The Horse > Silent in the Morning > Quinn the Eskimo > Rocky TopENCORE: Joy[1] Debut.“Soul Shakedown Party”“Ghost”Sunday, 8/6 (Night 13; Glazed)SET 1: Dogs Stole Things, Rift, Ha Ha Ha, Camel Walk, Crazy Sometimes > Saw It Again > Sanity > Bouncing Around the Room, Most Events Aren’t Planned[1], Bug, I Been Around, IzabellaSET 2: Simple > Rise/Come Together > Starman, You Enjoy Myself, Loving CupENCORE: On the Road Again > Lawn Boy Reprise > Tweezer Reprise[1] Phish debut.“Dogs Stole Things” “Simple”Phish’s Baker’s Dozen Banner Being Raised To Make MSG History[Photo: Chad Anderson]last_img read more

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Fong family establishes fund for civic Winternship experiences

first_imgAs communities around the world work to rebound from the global COVID-19 pandemic, more than 50 Harvard College students will be able to provide immediate help this winter break. Through a gift from Raymond Fong ’77 and Winnie Moy, the Center for Public Service and Engaged Scholarship will launch the Fong Family Winternship Program in January 2021.  This program will provide students with hands-on learning experiences, professional connections, and the ability to serve community needs.Fong wanted to support a program that honors the life and work of his Harvard roommate, Richard Shatten ’77.  “After graduating from Harvard College and Harvard Business School, Richard devoted his career to his first love: making his hometown of Cleveland a better place to live,” Fong said.Shatten founded Cleveland Tomorrow, an organization responsible for several community revitalization projects. Shatten passed away from a brain tumor at the age of 46 and this gift honors his life-long commitment to community engagement. Fong is an ophthalmologist and serves as the board chair of the Chinatown Health Clinic Foundation in New York City.  He began his work with the clinic during his time as a student.“Harvard gave me the best education one could possibly receive and surrounded me with a wonderfully diverse, caring community that showed me how fulfilling community service could be,” Fong said. “This gift is a reflection of my gratitude and hope that future generations of Harvard students will have the same opportunity.”“It’s inspiring to see the long-term impact of college service experiences,” said Julie Reuben, faculty director of the Center for Public Service and Engaged Scholarship. “Raymond Fong’s internship launched him on a lifetime engagement with the Chinatown Health Clinic Foundation in New York City. This gift will provide Harvard College students a similar opportunity to do meaningful work.”Through the Fong Family Winternship Program, students will propose how to use their skills, talent, and creativity to meet a community need.  Students can apply for funding to work with existing community service programs or use funding as a seed grant to develop new, innovative ideas.“Whether it is responding to the global health pandemic or rooting out systemic racism, our programs connect students with their aspirations for a better world,” said Travis Lovett, assistant dean of civic engagement and service. Since the pandemic, the Center for Public Service and Engaged Scholarship has organized a virtual volunteer platform called Harvard Serves Everywhere and organized a Global Day of Service connecting the greater Harvard community with a diverse array of projects.“Harvard’s winter break gives students the opportunity to seriously pursue public interest work. Through this program, students can explore their interests, gain professional work experience, and build crucial relationships with organizations, seasoned professionals, and mentors,” said Alysha Johnson Williams, director of Pathways to Practice.  This program will support students who may face financial pressures to devote their winter breaks to other activities.  For more information about the Fong Family Winternship Program, visit https://publicservice.fas.harvard.edu/winternships.last_img read more

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CVEDC Hires New Executive Vice President

first_imgThomas Pelletier, President of the Central Vermont Economic Development Corp, is pleased to announce that Susan ‘Sam’ Matthews has been hired to succeed Richard Angney as Executive Vice President of CVEDC. Angney who is retiring on June 30 has headed CVEDC for the past nine and a half years.CVEDC is a private, nonprofit economic organization founded in 1976. Matthews will be only the fourth EVP over that period of time. CVEDC’s mission is to facilitate economic development activity in the 23 towns and cities that make up the Central Vermont region.According to Pelletier, Sam Mathews has an excellent background to take over the leadership position at CVEDC. She is currently Vice President of the Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation and has been with GBIC since 1999. Prior to that, she was the Industrial Expansion and Regional Support Coordinator for the Vermont Department of Economic Development for two years. She has a background in real estate and currently serves as chair of the Vermont Real Estate Commission. While at GBIC she has worked with local companies on expansion and retention issues while working with businesses interested in relocating to Chittenden County. She has worked with the various municipalities on business, infrastructure, storm water and permit issues. She serves as commissioner at large on the Chittenden Regional Planning Commission representing Business/Industry.last_img read more

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Op-Ed: How to Win a Court Case on ‘What a Reasonable Cost of Carbon Should Be’

first_imgOp-Ed: How to Win a Court Case on ‘What a Reasonable Cost of Carbon Should Be’ FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享John Abraham for The Guardian:In Minnesota, an administrative hearing resulted in a judicial recommendation that will have impacts across the country. It was a case argued mainly between environmental groups and energy producers regarding what a reasonable social cost of carbon should be.How was this case won? Well certainly it helps to have science on your side. Without that, even the most expensive expert witnesses struggle. But Peabody’s scientists made errors that were easy to identify and point out to the Judge. Furthermore, the Judge was smart, quickly able to see through nonsense non-science.We also showed that the experts for Peabody relied extensively on non-peer-reviewed reports, blog sites, and think tanks to support their conclusions (paragraph 359 in the report). The peer-reviewed scientific literature is the best source for accurate climate science information. In other areas, the Peabody experts used scientific papers that we showed were incorrect.I hope that this case will serve as a standard for other utility commissions as they work through the complex issues of the cost of carbon pollution. I also hope that the high standards of science used in Minnesota will be reflected in other areas where similar cases arise. You can’t just bring in some contrarian scientists to make unsupported statements that minimize the costs of climate change.Full item: Peabody coal’s contrarian scientist witnesses lose their court caselast_img read more

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Unite stays on course for 60,000 student bed target

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BTN upbeat over prospect of exceeding profit target as funding cost decreases

first_imgBank Indonesia (BI) has cut its benchmark interest rate four times by 25 basis points (bps) each so far this year in its effort to help the government cushion the adverse impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the economy. At the same time, cooling economic activity has slowed loan demand and growth.Indonesian banks’ loan growth slumped to 1.49 percent year-on-year (yoy) in June from 3.09 percent in May. Meanwhile, third party funds grew 7.95 percent annually in June, slightly lower than 8.89 percent in May.The slowing loan demand helped improve BTN’s liquidity as its loan-to-deposit ratio (LDR) stood at 111.27 percent in the first half of this year, lower than 114.24 percent in the corresponding period of 2019. Its liquidity-to-coverage ratio (LCR), which measures a bank’s short-term liquidity resilience, rose to 132.22 percent in the first half of this year from 105.5 percent the year before.A lack of appetite for new loans, however,  resulted in the bank only recording 0.32 percent growth in loan disbursement as of June. The figure was far lower than the 18.78 percent recorded in the same period a year before. BTN, which focuses on mortgages, pocketed Rp 768 billion in net profit during the period, plunging by more than 41 percent annually. The steep drop was caused by a 5.86 percent annual decline in net interest income to Rp 4.44 trillion and skyrocketing loan-loss provision that went up 115.03 percent during the period.However, Pahala said the net profit figure was actually above the bank’s initial projection of around Rp 700 billion.“We’ve booked a pretty solid performance in the first half of this year so we are quite optimistic that we can exceed our target,” he said.BTN distribution and retail funding director Jasmin added that the bank’s ability to record positive, albeit slight, loan growth during the period was the result of increased demand for subsidized housing mortgages.“Subsidized housing mortgages grew 5.84 percent as of the second quarter of this year and this clearly shows that this will be our growth engine in the future,” he said.Although mortgages for non-subsidized housing contracted 1.96 percent during the period, Pahala said the segment had started to show signs of improvement in June.Demand for non-subsidized housing loans increased 40 percent in June compared to April and May, following the easing of large-scale social restrictions (PSBB), he added.BTN also reported a jump in its non-performing loan (NPL) ratio to 4.71 percent as of June, much higher than the 3.32 percent ratio recorded in the same period last year. It expects to further lower the ratio to 4.5 percent by the end of the year.The bank has restructured 36.46 trillion in loans from 230,000 borrowers as of June, with most of them being mortgage loans.“Customers can also extend their loan restructuring as long as they can provide proof that the pandemic has affected their income,” said Pahala.BTN shares, traded under the code BBTN on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), soared 3.72 percent as of 12:26 p.m. on Tuesday as the main gauge, the Jakarta Composite Index (JCI), jumped 1.13 percent. The stocks have lost 40.8 percent of their value this year.Topics : State-owned Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN) is optimistic that it will exceed its net profit target this year as the COVID-19 pandemic lowers its cost of funding.President director Pahala N. Mansury expressed his optimism on Monday that the publicly listed bank could book more profit than its initial projection of Rp 1.1 trillion (US$75.36 million) by the end of this year, supported by easing liquidity competition.“There is plenty of liquidity in the market right now as interest rates decline and loan demand slows, making competition for liquidity less fierce and helping us to improve our liquidity,” he said, adding that the bank’s cost of funding had decreased by 80 basis points during the first six months of the year from the same period last year.last_img read more

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Thierry Henry reveals what he said to Arsene Wenger during Cesc Fabregas’ first training session at Arsenal

first_imgThierry Henry reveals what he said to Arsene Wenger during Cesc Fabregas’ first training session at Arsenal Fabregas made is debut at the age of 16 (Picture: Getty)‘People like Patrick and Gilberto couldn’t get near you and that’s when we knew you could play with us straight away. Then you go and score in the Carling Cup and the rest is history. ‘Sometimes people do not mention it. People rightly talk about Kevin De Bruyne right now because the guy is unbelievable and David Silva unbelievable but for me you’re up there with those guys.‘The way you play I’ve always been attracted to players that were clever on the ball and you’re one of the most clever I’ve played with.’MORE: Chelsea star Marcos Alonso trolls Cesc Fabregas during Instagram live with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry Henry was sceptical about Fabregas’ chances (Picture: Getty)Speaking to Fabregas on Puma Football’s Instagram, Henry said: ‘I remember the first time you trained with us and I looked at you…I’m sorry I had a bad haircut but that haircut you had was pretty bad.‘I looked at you and in those days the shirts were too big for anyone but on you it was like you had a dress on it was so big.‘I looked at the boss and said: ‘Who the hell is this?!’ and he said ‘Oh it’s the kid he won the World Cup with the U17s’ and I went ‘Oh that’s him he finished best player or top scorer or whatever it was’.‘So I remember people were talking about you. I saw you coming and man…I saw you and then the team it was you against Patrick [Vieira] and Gilberto [Silva] and went ‘oh my gosh all the very best’ but then you started moving the ball around, playing one-twos. Advertisement Cesc Fabregas proved Thierry Henry wrong (Picture: Getty)Arsenal legend Thierry Henry admits he wrote off Cesc Fabregas during the Spaniard’s first training session at Arsenal.The Monaco ace signed for Arsenal from Barcelona as a 16-year-old but he was thrown into first-team training by Arsene Wenger, despite his frame and stature. Arsenal were at the height of their powers when Fabregas arrived, boasting the likes of Patrick Vieira, Gilberto Silva and Edu in midfield as the Gunners went unbeaten during the Spaniard’s first season at the club.Henry, of course, was the Gunners’ talisman and the Frenchman held his team-mates to the highest standards at training.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTFabregas was invited to the join the main group when he was just 16 and Henry has revealed that he questioned Wenger’s decision to sign the Spaniard during his first training session, before quickly releasing how good he could become. center_img Advertisement Comment Sean KearnsThursday 14 May 2020 7:13 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link177Shareslast_img read more

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Gold Coast home built to embrace coastal and mountain views

first_imgNot a bad spot to wind down with a glass of wine. The home at 11 Abbey Ridge Rd, Reedy Creek.ON the hunt for a home with a view?This sprawling Reedy Creek house was built to embrace coastal and mountain vistas from every angle.Owners Kerry and Jason Simmons bought the land at 11 Abbey Ridge Rd in 2014 with plans to build their dream home.“We really liked the area and that the land was right at the top of the hill — the views are amazing,” Mrs Simmons said. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa17 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoThe wall of windows in the open kitchen and living room frames breathtaking coastal views.“It was a bit of a dream.”The four-bedroom home, which took about two years to design and build, sits on the .54ha block on an angle to make the most of the views.“It’s pretty much north facing,” Mrs Simmons said.“There was a lot of preparation to make it.“I pretty much just put a lot of ideas together from Pinterest and Instagram.”The position offers breathtaking views from the open kitchen, living and dining room through a wall of windows as well as the entertainment deck and pool. The best room in the house! Admire the city lights from the pool. The kitchen is modern and versatile, perfect for entertaining. The home has plenty of living areas.The master bedroom shares the coastal views while the remaining three bedrooms overlook bushland.Mrs Simmons said they took pleasure in admiring the views from the deck.“We sit out there most of the year really,” she said.While they love the home, they have decided to move to Palm Beach.“It’s beautiful seeing the view but it’s nice being in it too,” Mrs Simmons said.It is going to auction on Saturday, May 26, at 1pm.last_img read more

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Van Oord Opts for Marlink VSAT Connectivity in Indian Waters

first_imgVan Oord has selected Marlink’s high throughput VSAT for connectivity in Indian territorial waters, through an agreement with India’s licensed Inflight Maritime Connectivity (IFMC) service partner, Nelco Ltd.The contract for Marlink’s SeaLink VSAT service was signed after the successful conclusion of a trial in October 2019 onboard the trailing suction hopper dredger Volvox Asia.The capacity agreement ensures that Van Oord vessels can stay connected to flexible, resilient and high-speed broadband even in areas where previously, regional regulations could prohibit or restrict their ability to stay connected via satellite.It also means that customer vessels can remain in compliance with reporting requirements of national and international regulations.“Van Oord has been a Marlink customer for more than 15 years and this new agreement extends our ability to stay connected and in compliance within Indian waters. Marlink’s VSAT connectivity enables us to work smarter and safely while in a highly regulated area, so we can continue to monitor asset health and performance, comply with regulatory reporting and keep crew connected,” said a Van Oord spokesperson.Satellite communications are subject to license restrictions when operating in Indian waters, meaning that VSAT must be turned off, unless using a licenced service provider.last_img read more

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Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari added to the hall of fame

first_imgSANTA CLAUS, IN— The best roller coasters and free drinks, sunscreen and parking. What more could you ask for? Well, now there’s another great reason to visit Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari.The amusement and water park in southern Indiana was named to the TripAdvisor.com Hall of Fame on Monday.“TripAdvisor just notified us that our long history of receiving positive reviews has earned us an inaugural spot in their Hall of Fame,” said park president Matt Eckert. “We read every review and appreciate the feedback.”The TripAdvisor Hall of Fame recognizes businesses that have won the site’s “Certificate of Excellence” in at least five consecutive years.The certificate is awarded to the top 10% of attractions, restaurants, and lodging worldwide.In a separate recognition, Holiday World’s The Voyage was named the best roller coaster in Indiana by Popular Mechanics’ list of “The Best Roller Coaster in Every State.”last_img read more

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