Phish has announced the details for episode 15 of the band’s weekly Dinner and a Movie webcast/cooking series. This week’s installment, set to air on Tuesday, July 7th, will be a special one: the world premiere of footage from set two on May 1, 1989 at a small club in Northampton, MA. Tune in below at 8:30 p.m. ET and follow along with our official 5/1/89 Stream Companion here.Phish Dinner and a Movie Episode 15: 5/1/89, Northampton, MAAs the announcement notes, “On May 1, 1989, Phish played the Universal Joint in the basement of Pearl Street — a club in Northampton, MA located downtown at 10 Pearl St. in a space subsequently known as 10 Below. It was an all-ages show with $6 tickets and an extra $2 charge for those under 21. This was a formative time for Phish, who were just about to release their first official studio album, Junta. This Tuesday’s Dinner and A Movie features a 67-minute Set II from that night, and marks the first time it has ever been shown publicly.”This week’s episode of Dinner and a Movie will appropriately benefit the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), whose mission is to preserve and nurture the ecosystem of independent live music venues and promoters throughout the United States during the ongoing pandemic and onward. Independent venues exist in every state across the country; they were the first to be closed, they will be the last to open.Along with the announcement, Page McConnell shared a note about the 31-year-old show and video:A Note from Page:As I recall, the video for this show came into being rather spontaneously, without too much forethought or planning. As we were setting up our gear, in a basement club in Northampton, MA, we were approached by a well-dressed, diminutive gentleman. As best I can remember, his name was René. And he was there to pitch his video idea to us. For a nominal fee he would shoot the band’s set with one camera, artistically. He spoke with a French accent, almost spitting at us in a kind of broken English, with an urgency that was quite compelling. As his pace and volume increased, he kept saying it would be “avant-garde.” And the more times he said “avant-garde” with that thick accent, the more I believed him.Needless to say, he got the gig. And we got the video.The audio was recorded by our friend and former manager, John Paluska. The audio and visual sat in our vault since 1989, but had never been properly synched up (the videotape lacked audio). Jared Slomoff did a great job matching them up, so you all could enjoy it this week. According to Kevin Shapiro, we have used all the existing audio, but there are still a few audio pauses and hiccups along the way. Our apologies.Rene’s use of the fisheye lens, the “negative image” effect, the odd angles and abrupt movements…I’m not sure it all adds up to “avant-garde.” And, at times I wish he would settle down. But, he went for it, and there is no denying that Rene’s camera work brought a certain excitement to the overall shoot.After watching some of the video, I looked to see what sort of shows we were playing back then. It was a really fun time for us. We were starting to get gigs every month around the Northeast at clubs and colleges, and still playing regular gigs in Burlington at The Front and Nectar’s.This video captures some of that youthful energy that is nurtured and developed in small clubs like this one all across the country. Some of the places we played are still around, but many clubs are just barely hanging on now, which is why this week we are proud to be supporting the National Independent Venue Association. #saveourstagesEnjoy,PageFor the meal portion of the evening, Page offers up his recipe for a meal to be made on the grill including a burger, millet cakes, and pasta salad. Check out the recipe and some still images from the video below.Classic BurgerIngredients:1lb ground beef (local, grass-fed, organic, if possible)5 burger bunsInstructions:– Divide the ground beef into 5 patties– We prefer a simply plain burger, but season to taste– Grill or fry to your liking– Add your choice of condiments and a bunMillet Cakes(vegan option)Ingredients:1 cup cooked Millet1 tbsp avocado oil½ cup grated broccoli½ cup grated carrots2 shallots finely chopped½ tsp ground turmeric½ tsp lemon juice3 tbs hemp seeds1 ½ tsp psyllium husk powder1 tbsp nutritional yeast1 tsp yellow mustard or DijonInstructions:– Preheat oven to 400°– Line a baking sheet with parchment paper– Heat avocado oil in a saute pan over medium heat– Add broccoli and carrots to the pan and season with salt and pepper. Cook until carrots are sort and broccoli is bright green– Before removing pan from heat, stir in turmeric and lemon juice– Add cooked millet and cooked vegetable mixture to food processor– Add hemp seeds, psyllium husk powder, nutritional yeast and mustard to food processor, season with salt and pepper.– Run the food processor on high until the mixture starts clumping together– Form the millet cakes using about 2 tbsp or more of the mixture into patties, set on parchment lined baking sheet– Bake for 20 – 25 minutes, flipping halfway until lightly brownedPasta SaladIngredients:2 cups cooked pasta (your choice0¼ cup Greek or Italian dressing (we use Primal Kitchen Greek Vinaigrette)¼ cup chopped olives (we use Castelveltrano or kalamata)¼ cup chopped artichokes¼ cup chopped celery1/8 cup chopped pickled onionsInstructions:– Add any other veggies and fresh herbs (basil, bell peppers, cucumbers)– Optional: add cubed Feta cheese and sliced Sopressata– Mix all ingredients together– Add olive oil or more dressing to taste– Refrigerate for at least 1 hour to marinate and chillView Page’s Recipes
Hawk Racing’s news is focused on their wheels, which are all now hand built in Florida using Sapim spokes and Italian Alpina self-locking nipples. They were being built in Taiwan by a friend of his, but they closed their facility to do other things. We’re glad to see it come home.The wind tunnel tested Veyron rims gain a 42mm carbon clincher. Founder Sven Folmer says the profile is similar to Zipp’s Firecrest shape but are his own design, not from a catalog (yes, we asked directly). Weight is 1,590g for the set, retail is $2,999. His new hubs get a carbon shell with straight pull 20/24 spokes and will be used mostly on the Veyron wheels.
Email LinkedIn In both studies, Meredith Chivers (Psychology) showed that only heterosexual women who were exclusively attracted to men showed similar genital responses to both female and male sexual stimuli. Heterosexual women who also report some attraction to women, however, showed a different pattern of response; their genital responses were greater to female stimuli, similar to other sexually-diverse women.“Both exclusively and predominantly androphilic women (women attracted to men) showed sexual response patterns that differed from their self-reported sexual attractions. Sexually-diverse women showed genital and self-reported arousal responses that were more similar to their self-reported sexual attractions,” says Dr. Chivers. “As a whole, this research illustrates the complex relationship between sexual identity, sexual attraction, sexual arousal and genital responses to sexual stimuli.”Recently, research has misinterpreted this current study to suggest that heterosexuality doesn’t exist in women because heterosexual women show sexual responses to female stimuli. Read the story here.The current study highlights how this interpretation is incorrect; women’s sexual identity, attractions and patterns of sexual response are not interchangeable, such that a woman’s sexual desires and attractions cannot be deduced from her sexual response patterns.“Instead, this research provides a window of opportunity to understand how women’s sexual response relates to her experience of sexual attraction and desire, addressing gaps in contemporary models of sexual response,” says Dr. Chivers.Based on the findings that self-identified heterosexual women respond to both female and male sexual stimuli, researchers could next explore how exposure to mainstream sexual media, in which women are routinely objectified, and where sexual interactions between two women are becoming commonplace, affects patterns of sexual response.The results of the research were published in PLOS ONE. New research from of the Sexuality and Gender Laboratory at Queen’s University shows that heterosexual women have more diverse patterns of sexual response than previously reported.Research on women’s sexual orientation and patterns of sexual response has previously focused on women’s genital and subjective sexual arousal relative to their sexual identity, as heterosexual, bisexual or lesbian. Among women, however, there is significant diversity among women in their sexual attractions to other women and men, regardless of sexual identity. For example, a substantial minority of heterosexual women (20 per cent in some studies) also report some attraction to women.In the first study, women watched short videos, and in the second study, women listened to stories about interacting sexually with a woman or a man. Genital response was measured with a vaginal photoplethysmograph (a clear acrylic device that illuminates the capillary bed of the vaginal wall) and participants also self-reported their sexual arousal. Share on Facebook Pinterest Share on Twitter Share
LONDON, (Reuters) – South African Caster Semenya’s long and controversial reign as the queen of middle distance running looks set to be ended this year not by a track rival but by a new hyperandrogenism rule that will stop her from running 800 and 1500 metres races. The IAAF will publish new rules today to prevent women with the condition, which produces higher than normal levels of testosterone and is deemed by the governing body to give them an unfair advantage, from running distances from 400m to the mile.The International Association of Athletics Federations would allow them to compete at international level only if they took medication to reduce naturally occurring levels of testosterone.Semenya, double Olympic and triple world champion over 800m and who completed the 800-1500 double at the Commonwealth Games this month, has always been a controversial figure in the sport as its authorities have sought a solution that respected her rights while also providing a “level playing field”. The 27-year-old’s powerful physique and deep voice, followed by the revelations of her hyperandrogenism, left some rivals complaining that they faced an impossible and unfair challenge.The IAAF’s previous attempts to regulate the issue fell foul of a Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling in 2015 following an appeal on behalf of Indian athlete Dutee Chand, who had been banned from competing because of her testosterone levels.The IAAF Council announced last month that following a review of available evidence it would revise its regulations, with the changes coming into force on Nov. 1. “All testosterone, either naturally occurring or artificially inserted into the body, provides significant performance enhancements,” IAAF head Seb Coe said at the time, while also going out of his way to stress that nobody was suggesting Semenya had done anything wrong. “We were asked by CAS to provide evidence of the magnitude of the advantage, which we now have,” he said.FEMALE CLASSIFICATIONMedia in the UK and South Africa yesterday published sections of the report ahead of its official release, revealing that the new hyperandrogenism regulations would include a separate female classification to be known as an Athlete with Differences of Sexual Development (DSD). “Experts consulted by the IAAF have gathered and reviewed all of the published evidence and data, which indicates that increasing the level of circulating testosterone from the normal female range to the normal male range leads to increased muscle mass and strength and higher haemoglobin levels,” the report, which has not been seen by Reuters, is reported to have said. “The result is these new regulations, which seek to facilitate the participation in the sport of athletes with DSDs on terms that preserve fair and meaningful competition in the female classification.“The significant over-representation of DSD athletes in certain events, and their success in those events, provides further indirect but strong corroboration of the above.“In addition, the IAAF has gathered observational data about the difference in performance levels of DSD athletes depending on whether or not their testosterone levels are suppressed.” The IAAF’s medical advisors have suggested the advantage held by DSD athletes is far less pronounced in short sprints or longer distance endurance races, leaving the door open for Semenya to move up to 5,000 or 10,000 metres if she desires.The South African began raising eyebrows when she won the world junior championships in 2008 and the senior world title the following year, with dramatic improvement in her times.The IAAF made Semenya take a sexual verification test, which was initially kept secret but revealed by the media in 2009. Since then virtually all of Semenya’s performances have been followed by questions about her sexual and physical status, but she has long stopped answering them.Reuters yesterday sought Semenya’s response to the IAAF’s decision through her manager but he did not immediately reply.
PSC Golf from The Tropical Golf GroupTuesday. Jan. 20, Greenwood – StablefordOnce again a full list met at BJ’s for the trip to Greenwood where we found we were to play the B & C nines, not in fact a bad 18 holes. The weather was quite good except for ‘that wind’ that always seems to be around these days. The fairways on the B Nine were in good condition and the greens were hard and fast. Of course the wind played havoc but we moved along nicely and were around the front nine in good time. Now to the C course, to me this is always the most difficult nine and so it proved on this day. Teeing off on C1 we were straight into the strong wind, which proved a start to a difficult nine holes. Mind, the greens were still in fine condition and the fairways were well defined and in good shape.Mashi Kaneta (centre left) with his Monthly Mug poses with Tom Cotton (left), Landis Brooks (right) and one of BJ Holiday Lodge’s finest. Back at BJ’s in Pattaya we got into the results. In the A Flight, 0 to 19, the winner was Richard Kubicki with 36 points just ahead of a count back on 35 points that saw Mashi Kaneta in second and Brian Parish third. We then had a four-way count back on 34 points that saw Dick Warberg in fourth ahead of Mark West, Eddie Kost and Gerd Riedlar.In the B Flight, the winner was Tom McDowell with the best score of the day, 37 points, ahead of Don Carmody in second with 36. In third was Gordon Clegg with 34 points ahead of a count back on 33 that saw Barry Elphick in fourth and Torsten Bischoff losing out.Near Pins: John Davis, Simone Meitzel, Eddie Kost, Keiche KasameLong Putts: Mashi Kaneta, Torsten BischoffFriday, Jan. 23, Pattaya C.C. – MedalAnticipation was high this Friday as the Tropical Golf Group kicked off the first Monthly Medal Mug competition, which will be held around the last Friday of each month, and every golfer wanted to claim the inaugural prize.We don’t get a chance to play stroke play often and while some prefer it and others don’t, there is no denying the strategy is a little different. Risk & reward are more carefully considered because without the option of getting a “blob” for a hole it’s important to avoid big numbers to stay in contention.The course was in fair shape with greens showing less patchwork but the fairways are still on the hard side and all tee areas were heavily sanded. Still the course was quite playable. Caddies say the clubhouse will open “next month” but acknowledged they have been saying that for several of them already.In the Mug there can only be one first time first place winner, and boy what a win it was! Let’s congratulate Mashi Kaneta (15) for shooting an amazing net 63 to obliterate the field and prevent anyone else even thinking how the Mug might have been theirs. Great golf Mashi! Did anyone check to make sure he played all 18?There were many fine scores for the day and though they might not be in the same league as Mashi’s, they showed some good golf was played. In A-Flight (0-20), first place went to Landis Brooks (9) with a net 73. Next came count back time with Kei Kasami (7) prevailing over Bob Edwards (10) and then Doug Maiko (15) – all with net 75. Poor Brian Parish had the same net 75 but there are only so many prizes.B-Flight (21+) revealed Tom Cotton (25) as the winner with a fine net 68, followed by John Merritt (28) who beat Don Carmody (26) on count back, both with net 73’s. Kurt Ebenthever (35) was fourth with a net 74.Near Pins: Graham Buckingham, Barry Elphick, Kei Kasami, Tom Herrington.Long Putts: Brian Parish, Maurice Roberts.
The Deficit for the Year after providing for interest costs and the depreciation of fixed assets is €601,379 (€261,248 before depreciation)Income for the year was €4,059,671 (down from €4,947,134 in 2018)Expenditure for the year was €4,320,919 (down from €4,573,303 in 2018)As of Oct 31st 2019, Galway County Board owe €1,712,037 to Central Council of the GAAThe total value of payments made to Kilbride Sand & Gravel Ltd for works undertaken at Tuam Stadium during the year ended Oct 31st 2019 is €348,897Fundraising Income down from €860,228 in 2018 to €144,743 in 2019County Teams Administration costs down from €1,842,231 in 2018 to €1,612,349 in 2019 Legal and Professional Fees UP from €20,399 in 2018 to €140,385 in 2019Club Gate Receipts, Commercial & Other Income UP from €1,049,189 in 2018 to €1,248,439 in 20192019 Club Hurling Gate Receipts (by Oct 31st)€590,9532019 Club Football Gate Receipts (by Oct 31st)€333,414print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Galway GAA End of Year Financial Report will be presented at a Meeting of Club Officers and Delegates tomorrow night at 8pm in the Claregalway Hotel. The Report will be presented by the County Treasurer Michael Burke and Representatives from DHKN Accountants and will provide clarification on the Accounts ahead of the County Convention next Monday night. Delegates will get a clearer picture of Galway GAA’s current financial plight, which includes a deficit for the year of over €260,000 and a continuing debt of just over €1.7 million owed to Central Council. There was a big drop of over €700,000 in fundraising income for the year and both Galway senior teams early championship exit meant Team Administration expenses were down €230,000 in total. Some of the key figures on the 2019 accounts being presented tomorrow night are:
ATLETICO MADRID boss Diego Simeone is targeting his son Gio from Fiorentina – but faces competition from Spurs, according to reports.The Vicente Calderon boss’ son, 23, plays as a striker for the Serie A side and his old man was recently at the Stadio Artemio Franchi to see him score.3 Gio Simeone is a target for his dad Diego’s Atletico side and SpursCredit: Getty Images – GettyHis contract with Fiorentina runs till 2022 and Viola chief Stefano Pioli is eager to tie him down to a new deal amid interest from the European heavyweights.It is no surprise given Gio scored 14 goals last year, providing five assists along the way.And he netted the sixth in Fiorentina’s opening 6-1 win over Chievo.Atletico are already top heavy, with prime attacking talents in ex-Chelsea man Diego Costa and World Cup winner Antoine Griezmann.🇮🇹 @simeonegiovanni pic.twitter.com/XZtmdghXgq— Diego Pablo Simeone (@Simeone) August 27, 2018 3 Simeone Jr has already netted for the Serie A side this seasonCredit: Getty ImagesLatest football newsLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea news LIVE: Follow all the latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive BlogUNITED LIVEMan Utd news LIVE: All the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old TraffordLive BlogBLUES NEWSChelsea transfer news LIVE: Havertz deal LATEST, Willian move updatesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesAZPI BETTERAzpilicueta reveals turning off phone saved his season after horror startBut AS report Gio is being targeted as a “bet for the future”.He will be quite an expensive prospect, with a fee of around £36million reported as the going rate.But that is described as a price Atletico would be willing to pay.3 Simeone could be in the market to make a late move for his sonCredit: The Mega AgencyYet Simeone could provide back up to Harry Kane, with the Spurs striker currently facing questions over his form and fitness.