[Video: mkcool18]Setlist: Phish | Palace of Auburn Hills | Auburn Hills, MI | 12/6/97Set One: Golgi Apparatus, Run Like an Antelope, Train Song > Bathtub Gin -> Foam, Sample in a Jar, Fee > Maze, CavernSet Two: Tweezer -> Izabella -> Twist -> Piper, Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer RepriseEncore: Rocky Top[Originally published on December 6th, 2019] With Phish currently at the peak of their abilities as a creative unit as 2019 comes to a close, virtually every show from the Vermont rock band at this point can be singled out for its insanely high levels of performance quality. However, looking back at some of the band’s past fall tours, no list of “The Best of Fall ’97 Phish” would be complete without mention of their December 6th, 1997 show at The Palace of Auburn Hills outside of Detroit, Michigan.While the show’s first set may not be anything to write home about, the second set stands on its own merit as one of the best Phish has ever played–and makes this specific performance as a whole, simply thoroughly undeniable.The show that night opened with a speedy run through longtime setlist staple “Golgi Apparatus”, before the band set the gear shift to high with a wild “Run Like An Antelope” in the two-spot. After a quick “Train Song” breather, Phish opted for “Bathtub Gin”, which received its regularly prescribed dose of rocking Type-1 improv before segueing smoothly into a skillfully executed “Foam”. The set closed with straightforward renditions of “Sample in a Jar”, “Fee”, “Maze”, and “Cavern”.The band started the second set with an inspired “Tweezer”, where it seemed that creative ideas were flowing through each band member like a current through an electrical wire. The jam traveled from sparse, minimalist grooves, to thick, creamy cow funk with help from inspired riffing by Trey Anastasio throughout. After 22 minutes, out of the Tweezer jam rose Jimi Hendrix‘s “Izabella”. Following a dark, grungy, beautifully distorted run through the song’s structure, the band locked on to a relentlessly funky groove which they traversed masterfully for roughly five of the tightest minutes of improvisation they’ve ever played.The “Tweezabella” would wind up becoming an oft-mentioned piece of Phish lore. The band would go on to play “Izabella” just twice more in ’97, and twice in ’98 before it disappeared from the rotation entirely, making it a consistently-hunted song by countless fans. It’s worth noting that after nearly two decade—and 542 shows—”Izabella” finally resurfaced in 2017 as the first set closer on the final night of the Baker’s Dozen.The segues continued as the band slipped gracefully from “Izabella” into “Twist”, and once again from “Twist” into “Piper”. Clocking in at over 14 minutes in length, this magnificent “Piper” marked the first time the band truly gave this tune the jam treatment. “Sleeping Monkey” served as a well-received sing-along after the set’s incredible stretch of red-hot improv, and “Tweezer Reprise” faithfully finished the frame with the best five minutes in rock n’ roll.From the legendary second set-opening “Tweezabella”, to the birth of the “Piper” jam, to the impeccable segues that tie it all together, this second set quite simply defies argument, and helps 1997 show stack up among the best that Phish has ever played.12/6/97 received an official archival release from LivePhish in 2012.Watch full videos of each set from the 1997 peformance below, courtesy of YouTube user thegreatboognish:Phish – The Palace of Auburn Hills [Set One] – 12/6/1997[Video: thegreatboognish]Phish – The Palace of Auburn Hills [Set Two] – 12/6/1997[Video: thegreatboognish]Phish – “Tweezabella”- 12/6/1997
FDNY Shield The FDNY is following the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) guidelines in notifying all persons whose information may have been compromised. Patients can call toll-free (877) 213 -1732 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. — 9:00 p.m. if they have any questions about the breach or if they think their personal information was included in this breach. The 10,253 patients who were notified this week by mail of the data breach were all treated and or transported by EMS during the period from 2011 to 2018. The employee, who was authorized to access the records, had uploaded the information onto the personal external device, which was reported missing. Although there is no evidence to date that any of the information stored on the personal device has been accessed, the FDNY is treating the incident as if the information may have been seen by an unauthorized person. FDNY has notified the impacted patients. Further, 3,000 patients whose social security numbers may have been compromised are being offered free credit monitoring. The Fire Department this week notified more than 10,000 patients whom the FDNY EMS had previously treated and or transported that their personal information may have been compromised by a loss of an agency employee’s personal external hard drive last March. Attached: A copy of the letter (PDF)
That’s why the family was devastated when Jeb was put on desolation row for allegedly killing their neighbor’s Pomeranian named Vlad.WATCH: Dog Wearing Life Jacket is Found Adrift in Vast Gulf of Mexico Though the Job family insisted that Jeb wouldn’t hurt a fly, Christopher Sawa said that he looked out his window in August and saw Jeb standing over the body of his little dog.Jeb was seized by animal control and the Job family took the Sawas to court over the accusations. After weeks of deliberation and court proceedings, Judge Michael Hulewicz sentenced the canine to death, ruling that he was a “dangerous animal” despite Jeb’s attorney arguing that there wasn’t sufficient evidence to convict him.In a last attempt to save their beloved hound, the Job family requested a DNA test be made. For $416, a sample was taken from Jeb’s mouth as well as the bite marks on Vlad’s body. As fate would have it, the DNA was not a match and Jeb was set free.(WATCH the video below) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreJeb has been the devoted service dog of 79-year-old Kenneth Job since he was rescued from a shed in Detroit one year ago.Kenneth suffers from a rare neurodegenerative disorder known as Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. The disease creates loss of muscle tissues in the body, leading Kenneth to have trouble standing and walking. Click To Share This Pawesome Story With Your FriendsAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore
Graveside services are scheduled for March 28, 2020, at Live Oak Cemetery under the direction of GabrielFuneral Home. Next Up Terrance Darnell Iles, III “TRE”, 22, of Port Arthur passed away March 16, 2020 in Killeen, TX.
Ghostlight Records has announced that the original Broadway cast recording of the new musical The Band’s Visit will be released in digital and streaming formats on December 15. The Band’s Visit’s previously announced cast album will be released on physical CD in early 2018 (it can be pre-ordered here). The show features an original score by David Yazbek and orchestrations by Jamshied Sharifi.The Band’s Visit is based on Eran Kolirin’s 2007 film about an Egyptian police band that arrives in Israel to play a concert. After a mix-up at the border, they are sent to a remote village in the middle of the desert. With no bus until morning and no hotel in sight, these unlikely travelers are taken in by the locals. Under the spell of the desert sky, their lives become intertwined in the most unexpected ways.With a book by Itamar Moses and direction by David Cromer, The Band’s Visit officially opened at the Barrymore Theatre on November 9. The cast includes Tony Shalhoub as Tewfiq alongside Katrina Lenk as Dina, with John Cariani, Ariel Stachel, George Abud, Andrew Polk, Bill Army, Rachel Prather, Jonathan Raviv, Sharone Sayegh, Kristen Sieh, Alok Tewari, Etai Benson and Adam Kantor.The Band’s Visit made its world premiere with off-Broadway’s Atlantic Theater Company in 2016, taking home top honors at the 2017 Lucille Lortel Awards, Outer Critics Circle Awards, New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards and Obie Awards. Show Closed This production ended its run on April 7, 2019 The Band’s Visit Related Shows View Comments
Apologia View Comments Emmy-nominated stage alum Hugh Dancy has been named among the complete cast of Apologia, a play by Alexi Kaye Campbell making its New York premiere this fall. Daniel Aukin will direct the production, set to begin previews at the Laura Pels Theatre on September 27 with an official opening scheduled for October 16. As previously announced, Tony and Emmy winner Stockard Channing will star.Apologia marks a reunion between Dancy and playwright Campbell, who collaborated on the 2010 off-Broadway premiere of The Pride. An Emmy nominee for Elizabeth I, Dancy has been seen on Broadway in Venus in Fur and Journey’s End.Joining Stockard and Dancy onstage will be Tony nominee John Tillinger (Joe Egg with Channing), Megalyn Echikunwoke (Night School) and Talene Monahon (Bobbie Clearly).Apologia follows Kristin Miller (Channing), a former radical activist and political protester of the 1960s who is now a celebrated art historian. The revelation that she will publish her memoir threatens to split her family apart.Apologia is scheduled to play a limited engagement through December 16. Related Shows Hugh Dancy(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 16, 2018
RETAIL LEASES: Mary Ridberg and Rommie Mojahed represented the landlord in leasing 2,346 SF to Hill Group Physical Therapy at Higley Village. The center is located at the SEC of Higley Road and Queen Creek Road in Gilbert. Todd Hall of Curtis Johnson Realty represented the tenant.Also new to Higley Village is Ooh La La Boutique who leased 1,173 SF at the center. Mary Ridberg and Rommie Mojahed represented the landlord.Peter McQuaid, Greg Vanlerberghe and Erin Schrauth represented the landlord at the Shops at Dynamite Creek in Cave Creek and leased 3,954 SF to LC’s World Taekwondo. Bryan Lamond represented the tenant.Firehouse Subs leased 2,280 SF at Santan Village, located at 2849 S. Santan Village Parkway in Gilbert. Peter McQuaid, Greg Vanlerberghe and Erin Schrauth represented the tenant. Torrey Briegel represented the landlord.OFFICE LEASES: Justin Horwitz, Nicole Ridberg and Michael Franks represented the landlord at The Courtyard at Sun City West to lease 5,361 SF to Award Realty. The center is located at 13847 W. Meeker Road in Sun City. Bob Saling with Award Realty represented the tenant.Justin Horwitz and Nicole Ridberg represented the tenant, Impac Mortgage, to lease 1,000 SF at the Gilbert Regus office building at 1166 W. Warner Road in Gilbert. The executive suites are represented by Regus.SALES: Justin Horwitz and Nicole Ridberg represented the seller at The Enclave located at 1634 S. Priest Drive in Tempe. The 4,169 SF office building sold for $695,000, full asking price. This building is fully occupied and list to close was less than a month.Danny Lee represented the buyer, Twelve Stone Capital, Inc, and seller, Victor Conti, in the sale of Hayden Terrace Apartments at 1925 E. Hayden Lane in Tempe. The 30 unit complex sold for $1,860,000.
Michelin has been ranked No. 1 by Forbes magazine among the best large employers in the U.S. in 2018. As a sustainable mobility company, this recognition highlights Michelin’s commitment to providing a better way forward for its employees, customers and communities.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement“At Michelin, our dedication to our workforce is best defined by two key words: We care,” said David Stafford, chief human resources officer for Michelin North America. “From candidate to new-hire to long-term employee, Michelin provides experiences that empower its people to make a difference and be proud of where they work. Michelin is honored by this recognition.”With more than 20,000 employees in the United States and Canada, Michelin is focused on the workforce of today and tomorrow. Michelin attracts high school and college students with hands-on learning experiences through its Youth Apprenticeship program, Technical Scholars program and other high-value internship and cooperative-education opportunities.“At Michelin, people come for a job but stay for a career,” said Stafford. “In an increasingly competitive job market, Michelin understands the value of providing training and career development, a culture that also attracts mid-career transfers to Michelin because they are seeking opportunities to grow and advance. In fact, up to 50 percent of managers in Michelin’s manufacturing locations were promoted from hourly positions.”In the annual listing from Forbes magazine, “America’s Best Large Employers” are ranked based on an independent survey from a sample of more than 30,000 U.S. employees working for companies with at least 1,000 people. Employees are given the opportunity to openly share anonymous feedback on a series of topics, including working conditions, salary, potential for development and company image.AdvertisementClick here to view the full report featured online.For more information on a career with Michelin, visit jobs.michelinman.com.
Sir Terry Pratchett’s proposals for a tribunal to license assisted dying will add a welcome and significant boost an idea we have long advocated. I would like to see a tribunal composed of an independent psychiatrist, a tribunal judge and a social worker. They would review the medical, psychiatric and social issues around a proposal that a person with an incurable illness could be cleared to use the services of doctors or others to assist in ending their life without incurring the risk of criminal sanctions. At the moment we are drifting towards creating a deliberate loophole in the criminal law in a fashion that we may well come to lament. An appropriately constituted tribunal would provide a forum in which individual cases could be judged in prospect. This is not an area in which one size fits all cases. Guy Otten, senior solicitor, Hempsons, Manchester
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