Last weekend, Phish played three great shows at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, NY, treating fans of dozens of classic Phish songs throughout the weekend. Among the many highlights from the run was the rarity “Guelah Papyrus,” which has been played an average of once per summer for the last few years.The song features a fun dance routine from guitarist Trey Anastasio and bassist Mike Gordon, who flip flop around the stage robotically during the song’s finale. Drummer Jon Fishman even left his kit to join the two in their shenanigans!“Guelah” is always a welcomed addition to any setlist, and its performance at SPAC was quite the memorable occasion. Fortunately, Phish has shared pro-shot footage of their “Guelah Papyrus,” which you can stream below.Check out the full show recap and video here. You can see the setlist below.Setlist: Phish at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY – 7/3/16Set 1: The Wedge, Heavy Things, Tube, Sugar Shack, Lawn Boy, Sparkle > Sample in a Jar, It’s Ice > Guelah Papyrus, Ocelot > Scent of a Mule, PossumSet 2: Soul Shakedown Party, The Moma Dance > Twist > Joy > Breath and Burning, Axilla > Theme From the Bottom > Harry Hood > Show of LifeEncore: Rock and RollNotes: This show was webcast via Live Phish. Scent of a Mule featured Fish on Marimba Lumina
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York By Taylor K. VecseyMore people than ever will be spending the holidays on the East End this year, and that means dressing up Hamptons homes more than ever for the season.Even leading up to Halloween, “Everyone decorated way more this year,” says Jillian Griffiths, who runs Griffiths Property Management and takes care of estates from Montauk to Bridgehampton. It’s a trend that is sure to continue through Hanukkah and Christmas, and one that goes well beyond a few lights strung here and there and a wreath on the door. Some clients ask Griffiths to decorate their homes, from outdoor décor to setting up the presents and making sure the toys have batteries. “They say, ‘We just want to walk in and be like a kid on Christmas morning ourselves,’” she says. “If the Barbie Jeep needs the battery charged, we’ll take care of it.” Griffiths has even partnered with Meg Caswell, a Chicago-based interior designer who won HGTV Design Star season 6, to offer consultations virtually. Caswell offers the interior design tips and Griffiths executes them.Holiday décor consulting is something that Dee Ann Federico, an interior designer based in the Hamptons who has 23 years of experience, also provides. “It’s like a holiday mini-makeover,” she says. Clients will lay out all their decorations and show her pictures of what they’ve done in the past, and she advises on a new way to set them up or how to include new pieces. The “holiday refresh,” as she calls it, simplifies and elevates a look “by blending family favorites with updated elements that can add new spirit and sparkle to their home.“I absolutely love to decorate for the holidays. You can really just let yourself go,” Federico continues. “People have started to decorate their bedrooms, not just the public rooms in their house…There’s pretty much not a room where you can’t put some holiday influence.” And she doesn’t just mean those old-school holiday hand towels in the bathroom.For the full story, visit BehindTheHedges.com.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo signed Regulation in lieu of Law (Perppu) No. 2/2020 stipulating the postponement on May 4. The regulation also contains a provision saying that voting can be postponed again if December is not suitable.Experts have raised concerns that the elections in December may escalate coronavirus transmission given that the preliminary stages of the elections will start in June, which will involve assembling election officials, the candidates’ campaign team members and voters.Akmal said the government would ensure all parties involved were healthy and safe during the pandemic. He said he would ask the General Elections Commission (KPU) to ensure the voting process adhered to the COVID-19 preventive health protocols.“Nobody who is exposed [to the coronavirus] can come to the voting booths,” he said. “We want to ensure that we develop our democracy. We should not stop being democratic just because of current problems.”Home Minister Tito Karnavian said there was no compelling reason to postpone the elections because a number of countries had successfully held elections during a pandemic, while there was no guarantee that the COVID-19 pandemic would end in 2021.“If [the election] is postponed to 2021, can anyone guarantee that the COVID-19 outbreak will be finished by then? No, no one can guarantee that. It can be up and down,” Tito said in a written statement on Thursday.Read also: Regional elections in December may escalate COVID-19 transmission: Public health expertsTito said other countries had held elections in 2020, but had also postponed the stages to better prepare for the voting process. Countries that held elections in the midst of the pandemic included France and South Korea.“If we do it in December, we will be the last country to hold elections [this year],” he said.He said the government would channel public participation without neglecting the aspect of public safety by applying health protocols. He also asked for support and cooperation from local administrations and the community.“During critical stages such as the inauguration of the PPS [voting committees], door-to-door voter data updating, also later during the campaign in September, October and November, and then the voting, [health] protocols will be strictly applied,” said the minister. (syk)Topics : The central government has insisted on holding the simultaneous regional elections in December despite the COVID-19 pandemic, with the Home Ministry explaining that elections were needed to prevent regional leadership posts being filled for too long by acting heads.Acting heads will take charge if regional heads have finished their terms of office this year without an elected replacement.“Obviously, this will mean we will have [local administrations] filled only by acting heads, and the government feels this wouldn’t be prudent,” Home Ministry Regional Autonomy Director General Akmal Malik said on Thursday, as quoted by kompas.com. Akmal likened regional heads to car drivers and acting heads to backup drivers. To deal with an extraordinarily winding road, he said, a driver needed to have legitimacy and the confidence of his passengers.“[We should] avoid vacancies in our regional governments, so that they are not filled by backup drivers who may be – sorry – less competent. This is why we want to speed up the [election] process and hold the voting in December,” he said.Read also: Year-end regional polls risk low turnout due to virus fearsThis year’s regional elections will be held in 270 regions, covering nine provinces, 224 regencies and 37 cities. Polling day was initially scheduled for Sept. 23, however, the government decided to push back the date to Dec. 9 because of the pandemic.
“It’s not my first, it’s not going to be my last, it just happened that way.”On the play in question, the bases were loaded with two outs with second-year left fielder Juan Soto up for the Nationals. The 20-year-old hit a line drive to right field which would almost definitely have scored two runs to tie the game at 3. Related News But the Brewers were playing so that nothing would go over their heads in the outfield and because Grisham was so deep, he had a long way to go to get the ball which put him in a bad position.What a moment. #JugamosDuro pic.twitter.com/EaCejnXAjh— MLB (@MLB) October 2, 2019He also made a rookie mistake.”I was getting ready to throw to home, came in off-balance, it took a little funky hop on me because I came in off-balance,” he said. “I didn’t really gather myself and the ball got by me.”Rendon then came around to score on Grisham’s mistake making the lead 4-3. Daniel Hudson came on to earn the save in the ninth inning and the win for the Nationals. Brewers right fielder Trent Grisham doesn’t think the pressure got to him on his error in the eighth inning of the National League wild-card clash that allowed the game-winning run to score.”I don’t think it got to me at all,” Grisham told reporters after the 4-3 loss to the Nationals. “I think I just ended up making an error. MLB playoffs 2019: One reason Nationals, Brewers could win the World Series MLB playoffs 2019: Three takeaways from an improbable Nationals wild-card win Grisham did admit there were some nerves, but he didn’t believe he was affected negatively at all.”At the end of the game, getting down six, five, four outs to go for the win, of course you feel all that pressure and you feel it and it’s kind of exciting,” he said. “You want to live in those moments and you want to live up to those expectations.”Grisham also went 0 for 3 in the game with a walk and a run scored.
Wellington Police notes for Monday, October 07, 2013:â€¢On October 2, 2013 at 9 a.m. officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 200 block W. 4th, Wellington.â€¢12:40 p.m. Officers investigated a burglary in the 1700 block N. A, Wellington.â€¢2:29 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 1200 block S. G, Wellington.â€¢6:15 p.m. Jimmie L. Ybarra, 68, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with fail to yield right of way.â€¢6:17 p.m. Non-Injury accident at Lincoln and Fair, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Jimmie L. Ybarra, 68, Wellington and Floyd R. Thompson, 84, Wellington.â€¢6:47 p.m. Johanna R. Harrison, 21, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with inattentive driving.â€¢6:50 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 1000 block N. Boundary, Wellington involved vehicles operated by Johnna R. Harrison, 21, Wellington and Dianna S. Patterson, 43, Wellington.