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Phish Shares Pro-Shot Video Of Blissed-Out “Carini” From Mexico Finale [Watch]

first_imgThis past weekend, Phish headed to Riviera Maya, Mexico for the third edition of their Mexican destination event. This year’s Mexico trip has been widely hailed by fans as the best of the band’s three Mexico runs, with rare bust-outs, long-lost covers, and plenty of improv popping up throughout the three-show engagement. Following their triumphant trip south of the border, the band has shared pro-shot video of their bubbly, feel-good “Carini” from the second set of their third and final show on Saturday, February 23rd.Phish showed no signs of slowing down as they opened their second set on 2/23/19 with a bouncy “First Tube”. Trey Anastasio threw down some sinister wails out of the gates before jumping around like a mad man all over the stage. As Chris Kuroda’s mind-bending rainbow light patterns reflected off of the water, Phish moved forward with “Mike’s Song”. For the first time since 1998, the band decided to forego the middle of their usual “Mikes Groove” sandwich, moving straight forward with a plinko-heavy “Weekapaug Groove”. With Trey dancing around on his pedals, some hints of “First Tube” reemerged, followed by a ripping finale that led back into the vocal closing segment of “Weekapaug”.Phish kept it rolling with “Fuego”, igniting a full-fledged dance party for those lucky enough to be boogying under the Spanish moon. A standard but smooth-sailing “Fuego” led way to “Tweezer”, as Trey dialed things in, leading his bandmates into an at first eerie and dark jam, which quickly took a hard-turn into blissful Type II jam territory. With Jon Fishman laying down the foundation, Page McConnell and Trey connected and found their sweet spot, progressively evolving into an earth-shattering peak. Slowing down the tempo coming out of “Tweezer”, a possible hint of a forthcoming slower tune was the biggest fake out of the evening, as Phish instead crashed into “Carini”.Saturday night’s “Carini” was as tender and silky-smooth as it gets, the kind of Phish that every fans travels thousands of miles to bask in. With Trey laying down some heavy-fan action on his Languedoc, he quickly spit out the “Tweezer” lick before taking the charge forward with the opening “Ghost” riff.You can watch pro-shot video of Phish’s Mexican “Carini” below:Phish – “Carini” [Pro-Shot][Video: Phish]Phish will now take the next few months off as the band members head out to perform with various side projects including a number of Trey Anastasio Band dates, the first-ever performances by Trey Anastasio and Jon Fishman‘s new Ghosts of the Forest project, and a number of March shows by Mike Gordon‘s solo outfit. All four members of Phish will reunite in June to commence their 2019 summer tour.For a full list of upcoming dates, head here.Setlist: Phish | Riviera Maya, Mexico | 2/23/19Set One: The Curtain With > Punch You In The Eye > Blaze On > Destiny Unbound > Most Events Aren’t Planned > Divided Sky, Steam, Chalk Dust TortureSet Two: First Tube, Mike’s Song > Weekapaug Groove, Fuego , Tweezer > Carini , Ghost > Say It To Me S.A.N.T.O.S.Encore: Simple > Martian Monster > Kung > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Repriselast_img read more

Center for International Development’s ‘Globe’ generates innovative 3-D visualizations of world trade

first_imgData visualization researchers at Harvard’s Center for International Development (CID) have unveiled The Globe of Economic Complexity – an interactive tool which colorfully captures $15 trillion in world trade data in cutting-edge 3-D visualizations. Powered by the UN’s international trade data, the Globe uses “confetti” or dot-based representation to generate dynamic maps, stacked graphs and network diagrams. The Globe is a spin-off of The Atlas online, an interactive tool that takes users on a granular journey by not only visualizing trade, but by tracking changes over time and by helping users identify growth opportunities.“The Globe allows users to see which parts of the world are still exporting agricultural commodities versus those that have moved onto machinery and more complex products, all in spectacular animation,” said Marcela Escobari, executive director of CID. “Innovations in visualizations like this one help us disseminate our research on how countries grow in an ever more accessible and powerful way.”By navigating the Globe’s Geo Maps, users can jump into any country to view its range and volume of exports. The Globe also generates new points of view on the Product Space – a network of product similarities which details nearly 800 products into 15 color-coded industries – by vertically stacking products in 2-D representation or by using a novel 3-D layout.last_img read more

Seed Blends, Bad Mixes

first_img“Some grasses found in blends, like fine fescue, grow well in shady areas, but you don’tnormally want to plant them over a whole lawn,” Duncan said. “We’ve done research here on the drought tolerance of different zoysia cultivars,” Duncansaid. “We’re able to offer advice on which ones are best.” “Homeowners also need to check with their Extension Service or turf specialist beforeinvesting in this grass,” Duncan said. “Some cultivars on the market are some of the biggestwater users. You might as well put a water hose on the end of the root.” If you live in an area that faces yearly restrictions on outside watering, planting the rightzoysia cultivar is a good investment. “Be cautious of blends,” said Ronny Duncan, a turf scientist with the University of GeorgiaCollege of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in Griffin, Ga.”Some blends are marketed as ‘the grass for the South,'” he said. “But they actually havecool-season grass seeds in them like annual ryegrass that have no chance to survive more thanone season in the South.” People in search of the perfect lawn are often lulled by promises of super seed blends. Another grass often offered as good for Southern growers is zoysia. If you’re buying grass seed, read the label carefully. If you aren’t sure what grows best inyour area, contact your county Extension Service agent or the turf scientists at the UGAGriffin campus. “As further research is completed, people will get blends and cultivars they are happier with,”Duncan said. “But most of the ones available now just don’t hold up well. So ask the rightquestions before you invest your money.”last_img read more

If Fed finally raises rates, here’s how you’ll feel it

first_imgWill they, or won’t they? That’s the question on the minds of interest-rate watchers everywhere as the Federal Reserve gets set to meet this week. National Association of Federal Credit Unions President and CEO B. Dan Berger weighs in with what savers and borrowers can expect over the long haul.Q: Interest rates have been so low for so long, and even when they do rise, it’ll be extremely gradual. What’s a saver to do?A: This has been a tough environment for savers. It really emphasizes the need to shop for the best rates possible. Oftentimes, that will be a credit union — a not-for-profit, member-owned financial cooperative. Savers can go to www.CULookup.com to find interest rate comparisons between credit unions and banks, and also to find a credit union that they are eligible to join.Q: Have the low rates been hard on credit unions and banks as well?A: Yes. Credit unions exist to serve their members and do so by offering the best rates possible. That has been difficult in the current interest-rate environment. Nevertheless, nearly 105 million Americans are members of credit unions, and their ranks are growing every day as more and more people see the value and superior service offered by credit unions. continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

‘We’re still land-hungry’

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Besiktas set to drop Liverpool loanee for partying too much

first_imgLoris Karius is set to be dropped by Besiktas as the club believe the Liverpool loanee has been partying too much, according to reports. Fotospor claim that the German’s lavish lifestyle after his recent split from girlfriend Sophia Thomalla has affected his performances on the pitch. Loading… Karius conceded six goals over two legs and has not kept a clean sheet in the league since November, leaving the club seventh in the table. Manager Sergen Yalcin is now reportedly growing impatient with his No1’s form and is on the lookout for a summer replacement. The former Mainz stopper also got on the wrong side of the Besiktas hierarchy when he threatened the Super Lig outfit with legal action after claiming he hadn’t been paid in four months. His error-strewn performances mean that Liverpool will be tasked with sorting out Karius’ future when he returns to Merseyside this summer. The keeper, who remains infamous for his clanger during the Reds’ 2018 Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid, is under contract at Anfield until 2021. Read Also:Karius turns to FIFA over unpaid Besiktas wages And despite Jurgen Klopp giving him the boot after signing Brazilian Alisson, Karius recently revealed that he hasn’t given up hope of playing for Liverpool again. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The goalkeeper, who has allegedly been pictured on nights out in Istanbul, has endured a torrid spell between the sticks during his time in Turkey. German model Sophia once had the word “loser” spray-painted on her car amid reports it was because of consistent gaffes made by Karius. The 26-year-old has failed to win over the Besiktas supporters who booed his every touch during a game last month following his errors in the club’s Turkish Cup exit to second-tier side Erzurumspor. Promoted ContentTop 10 Enemies Turned Friends In TVWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?This Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBelieve It Or Not, Paul Rudd Is Turning 50 This Yearlast_img read more

Couple jailed over grave oral defamation charge

first_imgILOILO City – Charged with grave oraldefamation, a couple was nabbed in Barangay 8, San Miguel, Iloilo. The suspects were detained in the lockupcell of the San Miguel police station. Their apprehension on Jan. 15 was stagedon the strength of an arrest warrant, police said. The court recommended an P18,000 bailbond each for their temporary liberty./PN Police identified them as JeffersonBarinos, 34, and his wife Mary Grace, 36, residents of Barangay Sto. Nino, SanMiguel, Iloilo.last_img

St. Nicholas 7th Grade Volleyball Team Wins The St. Louis Cardinal Classic Tourney

first_imgSt. Nicholas 7th grade volleyball team participated in the St. Louis tourney on Saturday, Septemebr 13.Teams in the tourney: St. Louis, St. Nicholas, St. Michaels, and Greensburg. Teams played pool play in the morning to accumulate “points”. The 2 teams with the most points advanced to the championship match to play a regular match of the best 2 out of 3 sets.It was St. Nicholas vs. Greensburg. St. Nick won in 2 sets with scores of 25-3 and 25-18.St. Nicholas 7th grade record now stands at 9-0.Courtesy of STN Coach Debbie Gregg.last_img read more

Free car seat and booster seat safety checks

first_imgVersailles, IN—The Ripley County Health Department will be hosting a car seat and booster seat check at the Ripley County Annex Parking Lot on September 21, 2019, from 10:00 am-2: 00 pm. All families are welcome! This is a completely free event where a technician will check the installation of the children’s safety seat.The parents and/or caregivers will also be taught how to correctly install their car seat every single time! If you have any questions regarding this event, please email lbushhorn@ripleycounty.com or call (812)689-5751.last_img read more

Former PBC Educator Charged with Propositioning Student Loses Teaching License

first_imgA former Palm Beach County teacher charged with sexually propositioning a student just received another penalty for his alleged actions.Detectives allege that 35-year-old Eric Wakeley was a social studies teacher at Congress Middle four years ago, when the eighth-grade student told them the pair had sex.A state teacher licensing commission voted last Monday to revoke his teaching license, one year after he was arrested and charged with lewd and lascivious conduct.While the investigation did not confirm that Wakeley and the student had sex, detectives found evidence that he sent the student a sexually explicit text message asking her to meet with him in his classroom during his free period.Wakeley is now awaiting trial on the charge, which is a felony.By revoking his teaching license, Florida’s Education Practices Commission has banned him from ever applying again for a state educator’s license.last_img read more