Throughout their 30-year career, the Grateful Dead performed an enormous amount of material. From their first shows to their last, the band was always looking for new material to keep things engaging for their loyal legion of Deadheads. Interestingly, two of their well-known songs were debuted on this very day—May 13th—exactly six years apart.Any Grateful Dead fan will tell you about the legendary show played on 5/8/77, but loyalists will take things one step further, commenting about the overall pristine quality of the band’s spring run during May of 1977. Among the many shows played on the spring ’77 tour, the performance at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, IL on this date (5/13/77) has the unique distinction of featuring the debut performance of “Jack-a-Roe”. The beloved folk staple has been known by many titles, and is estimated to date back to the 1830s. Whether it’s “Jack Monroe”, “Jack Munro”, “Jack The Sailor”, or any of its various names, the song quickly became a staple of live shows.Grateful Dead – Auditorium Theatre – 5/13/1977[Audio: Jonathan Aizen]Setlist: Grateful Dead | Auditorium Theatre | Chicago, IL | 5/13/1977Set 1: The Music Never Stopped, Ramble On Rose, Cassidy, Brown Eyed Women, Minglewood Blues, Friend Of The Devil, El Paso, Jack A Roe, Looks Like Rain, Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The MountainSet 2: Samson & Delilah-> Bertha, Estimated Prophet, Drums-> The Other One-> Stella Blue-> Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad-> One More Saturday NightE: U.S. BluesJust a few years later, the Dead continued to see their fanbase growing with each passing performance. Among the many memorable concerts played in 1983, the one at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA is something of a fan-favorite. Not only is the band returning to the Bay Area with an abundance of energy, but they took the opportunity to debut a new, Bob Weir-penned tune, “Hell In A Bucket”. Interestingly enough, the song was initially called “Enjoying The Ride”, and quickly became a favorite for sets in the 1980s, 90s and beyond.Grateful Dead – Greek Theatre – 5/13/1983[Audio: Rango Keshavan]Setlist: Grateful Dead | Greek Theatre | Berkeley, CA | 5/13/1983Set 1: Cold Rain And Snow -> Greatest Story Ever Told, West L.A. Fadeaway, Hell In A Bucket, Loser, Little Red Rooster, Bird Song, Let It GrowSet 2: China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider, Estimated Prophet -> Eyes Of The World -> Drums -> Space -> Throwing Stones -> The Other One -> Wharf Rat -> Around And Around -> Good Lovin’
The second goes like this: “I really think we ought to cut down that crab apple. The rotten fruit always makes such a mess on the lawn.” But not everyone sees fruit for wildlife as a good thing. I’ve often heard folks complain about two problems with fruit trees in their yards. Falling, Holding Fruit You can divide your options into falling fruit and holding fruit. For fruit that hangs on the tree, I like figs. Figs attract lots of insects. Fruit-eating beetles like the beautiful figeater love figs. So do certain wasps and hornets, along with butterflies. The alert backyard wildlife manager sees these problems as a benefit. Fruit attracts wildlife, and some trees put out a lot of it. It’s all a matter of attitude adjustment. A nice, gooey, squashed persimmon lying on the ground attracts certain butterflies that don’t seem fond of flowers. The tawny emperor, hackberry butterfly, viceroy, red-spotted purple and some other species will suck on rotten fallen fruit. Racoons, possums and deer also love them. So do mockingbirds. Crab apples: a favorite “falling” fruit. This year, in case you haven’t noticed, the oaks, hickories, persimmons and other fall-fruiting trees are having a bumper crop. At least, that’s what I see when I walk in the woods near Athens, Ga. Late summer is when many fruits mature. These can attract interesting animals to your wild garden. Now, as fall begins, is a good time to drive around suburbs, parks and wild places and get some good ideas on what kinds of fruiting trees and shrubs to plant. Persimmons Persimmons are also a good fruit for this time of year. Individual trees vary a lot as to when they fall. Photo: Washington University For fruit that hangs on the tree into the winter, try the Callaway crab. Mockingbirds, possums, crows and other flying and climbing creatures will feed on it. The fruit rarely falls to the ground. One complaint is “the birds are eating our muscadines,” or something like that. The birds, squirrels, possums or deer eat all the fruit before the homeowner can get any. Photo: USDA-ARS Muscadines appeal to wildlife. Crab apples are hard, astringent little apples. They aren’t a favorite with deer, raccoons or other wildlife, but that makes them desirable in a way. They last a long time on the ground, waiting to be eaten in times of shortage. Other Good Options Pears and apples are also good options. So are muscadines. One of my favorite falling fruits is the native American crab apple (Malas augustifolia). Mine started falling in early September. By October they’re all on the ground. Some of the wild offspring of the Bradford pear have fruits big enough to attract wildlife, too. And they last and last on the tree.
Image courtesy of Eagle LNGEagle LNG has received a final environmental impact statement (FEIS) from the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to construct the Jacksonville LNG export facility.Eagle LNG said last Friday that the FEIS was the final step in the environmental review process before the final federal authorization decision deadline and anticipated FERC approval of the project.Sean Lalani, president of Eagle LNG, stated: “Achieving this critical milestone is a significant step forward for Eagle’s Jacksonville LNG export facility as we continue to advance our efforts to supply clean-burning, domestic, and affordable LNG for marine bunkering and small-scale LNG export to both domestic and international markets.”The FEIS is a result of FERC’s comprehensive process that Eagle LNG started in December 2014, and includes the completion of numerous comprehensive environmental, safety, and security reviews involving input from both federal and state agencies and various stakeholders.The proposed Jacksonville LNG project will initially consist of three liquefaction trains, which will be capable of producing up to 1.65 million gallons of LNG per day, or approximately 1 million tonnes per annum.“The Jacksonville LNG facility, with its prime Florida East Coast location, will give us a unique and competitive advantage in helping provide some of the lowest-cost power generation for nearby Caribbean countries. With approximately $500 million of infrastructure investment, this project will continue to generate numerous well-paying direct and indirect jobs in Florida,” added Lalani.
Tweet Share Six lifetime awards were part of the many awards presented, when the Dominica Football Association held its annual prize-giving and awards ceremony on Saturday, June 18th, 2011.At the ceremony, footballers, clubs, associations and sponsors were recognized for their achievement and support during the 2009/2010 football season.President of the Dominica Football Association, Mr Patrick John told the ceremony that football goes beyond merely ‘kicking a ball’, and so, the Association is pleased to be recognizing these sports enthusiasts.‘Football is not just about kicking a ball. Football is about the development of character. It is a sport that is used as a means of developing the people who play it. Football has a role in the education of the players, that is why the DFA has a scheme whereby it assist students with their CXCs’, says John.General Secretary of the National Olympic Committee, Mr Thomas Dorset says the committee is pleased to be association with the Dominica Football Association, as they work together to develop the sport of football.According to him, the committee will be initiating a number of programmes during the new football season, aimed at developing the knowledge and skills of both players and coaches.Minister of Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs, Honorable Justina Charles pledged the government’s support in creating new avenues for Dominican footballers to develop their skills and participate in more regional and international competitions.She believes that the awards ceremony should serve as motivation to both current and potential footballers.‘The Ministry of Culture is committed to developing all sports on the island, and football is no exception. We want our players to go out there and perform even better next year, to make us proud on the honor list’, says Charles.The awards are as follows:Ultra Nation Cup – sponsored by National PetroleumMost outstanding goalkeeper – Presley Boyd; Harlem United Sports ClubMost outstanding Defender – Prince Austrie; Harlem United Sports ClubMost outstanding Midfielder – Kelvin Austrie; Harlem United Sports ClubMost outstanding Striker – Kelly Peters; Wacky RollersPlayer with Most Goals – Kelly Peters; Wacky Rollers (8 goals)All Island LeagueMost outstanding goalkeeper – Rendel Esprit; LA Laplaine AllstarsMost outstanding Defender – Rodriquez Blaize; LA Laplaine AllstarsMost outstanding Midfielder – McKeon Morancie; Trafalgar Community F.TMost outstanding Striker – Dwight Frederick & Wayne George; Juicy Ball HawksPlayer with Most Goals – Dwight Frederick & Wayne George; Juicy Ball Hawks (7 goals)Division One CompetitionMost outstanding goalkeeper – Donny Riviere; Wacky RollersMost outstanding Defender – Jenner Williams; Wacky RollersMost outstanding Midfielder – Lex Mility; Wacky RollersMost outstanding Striker – Narrin Charles; Wacky RollersPlayer with Most Goals – Narrin Charles; Wacky Rollers (7 goals)Premier Division LeagueMost outstanding goalkeeper – Neverson Jno. Baptiste; 4D Ag. Center Bath EstateMost outstanding Defender – Calvin Christoper; 4D Ag. Center Bath EstateMost outstanding Midfielder – Chad Bertrand; Dublanc Football ClubMost outstanding Striker – Mitchell Joseph; 4D Ag. Center Bath EstatePlayer with Most Goals – Mitchell Joseph; 4D Ag. Center Bath Estate (12 goals)Regional Women TournamentMost outstanding goalkeeper – Christina SobersMost outstanding Defender – Chazel PhillipMost outstanding Midfielder – Casandra AugustineMost outstanding Striker – Kira BetrandPlayer with Most Goals – Kira BertrandTeam Awards – Ultra Nation Cup (Group Winners)Group A – Harlem United Sports ClubeGroup B – Wacky RollersGroup C – Northern Concrete & Steel BombersGroup D – Dublanc Football ClubChampionship Champion – Starrin & Sons St JosephRunner up – Harlem United Sports ClubAll Island League – Group Runners upGroup A – Dublanc Football ClubGroup B – Trafalgar Community F.TGroup C – Laplaine AllstarsAll Island League – Group WinnersGroup A – Byon StrikerGroup B – Wayne George Juicy Ball HawksGroup C – DFA Nature BoysChampionship Championship 2009/2010 – Laplaine AllstarsRunner up – Trafalgar Community F.TDivision One Competition – Group Runners UpGroup A – Starrin & Sons St JosephGroup B – Itassi UnitedDivision One Competition – Group WinnersGroup A – Sign Man All StarsGroup B – Wacky RollersDivision One CompetitionChampionship 2009/2010 – Wacky RollersRunner up – Walton Insurance HarlemPremier DivisionChampionship 2009/2010 – 4D Ag. Center Bath EstateRunner up – Harlem United Sports ClubOther AwardsMost Outstanding Player Women Tournament – Christina SobersMost Improved Player – Female – Tamanthia Joseph Male – Joachim DominiqueRookie of the Year – Female – Britney Stoute Male – Chris JollyLifetime Awards –Miss Juliania FrederickMr Augustus GriffithMr Joffre FaustinMr Andy BurchardHarlem United Sports ClubKensboro Sports ClubFootballers of the Year – Female – Christina Sobers Male – Mitchell JosephDominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! 55 Views no discussions Share LocalNews Six Lifetime Awards presented at the DFA Annual Prize-Giving and Awards Ceremony by: – June 21, 2011
The suspects were detained in the Pontevedramunicipal police station. Charges for violation of Republic Act 9165, orthe Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 will be filed against them./PN Six sachets of suspected shabu valued ataround P12,000 were seized from live-in partners 40-year-old Josue Brondo Jr.and 31-year-old Dawn Marie Onelas, a police report showed. Cash amounting to P380 was also recovered fromtheir possession, police said. Brondo and Onelas were nabbed after they soldsuspected illegal drugs to an undercover officer for P500 around 9 p.m. onSunday, the report added. BACOLOD City – Police arrested two suspects ina drug sting in Barangay Recreo, Pontevedra, Negros Occidental.
Nashville, IN—The park will reopen for some activities and services on Monday. This includes sight-seeing, fishing and picnicking. Abe Martin Lodge remains closed, and the pools, all modern restrooms, and drinking fountains will remain closed. Guests who visit must bring their own drinking water. Vault toilets are available in multiple locations in the park. Gates will be staffed, but no admission will be charged.The nature center and park office will be open, but restrooms in those buildings will be closed. Some hiking trails will be open, but mountain bike trails and horse trails will remain closed as crews continue to evaluate them for the impact of torrential rain and high winds. Park staff continue to work closely with DNR’s Division of Engineering, consultants, and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) to ensure that when the park fully reopens there is safe drinking water and water for all needed uses across the property.
First Published: 30th September, 2019 12:45 IST LIVE TV Mrigank Pandey South Australia will face the Tasmanian Tigers in Match 11 of the 2019-20 Marsh One-Day Cup on October 1, 2019. The match will start at 6:00 AM IST. The match will be played at the Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide. South Australia are captained by Travis Head and the Tasmanian Tigers are captained by Matthew Wade. Let us take a look at the squads and the Dream11 prediction for the cricket match. ALSO READ | Indian coaches of B’desh women cricket team won’t travel to Pak: BCBSAU vs TAS: Squads and favourable Dream11Here are the squads for the two teamsSouth AustraliaTravis Head(captain), Alex Carey(wicket-keeper), Callum Ferguson, Tom Cooper, Jake Lehmann, Alex Ross, Cameron Valente, Joe Mennie, Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson, Lloyd Pope, Wes Agar, Jake Weatherald, Harry Nielsen, and Luke Robins.Tasmanian TigersMatthew Wade(c), Ben McDermott(wicket-keeper), Caleb Jewell, Jordan Silk, George Bailey, Beau Webster, James Faulkner, Gurinder Sandhu, Nathan Ellis, Jackson Bird, Riley Meredith, Alex Doolan, Jake Doran, Jarrod Freeman, and Alex Pyecroft.ALSO READ: SL captain says security is good, focus should be on cricketSAU vs TAS: Favourable Dream11Wicket-keepers: Ben McDermottBatsmen: Jordan Silk, George Bailey, Alex RossAll-Rounders: James Faulkner, Tom Cooper, Cameron ValenteBowlers: Gurinder Sandhu, Kane Richardson, Joe Mennie, Adam ZampaPlease keep in mind that these Dream11 suggestions are made with our own analysis in mind. These selections do not guarantee positive results in your games.ALSO READ | Mohammad Azharuddin pledges to ‘revive’ cricket in Hyderabad: EXCLUSIVESAU vs TAS: Just two points apartSouth Australia are currently third on the points table with five points they have gotten out of their two matches. The Tasmanian Tigers are on the fifth place having managed to win only one of their three games, so far. South Australia’s last match was against Tasmania where the Tasmanians managed to snatch the win. From South Australia’s squad, Alex Ross top-scored with 82. Tasmania chased their total of 229 in just 46.2 overs with opener Ben McDermott making a classy 103 and leading the charge. ALSO READ | Pakistan’s attempt to revive cricket at home drowns in heavy downpour SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US Written By 11 months ago Dream11 CPL: Barbados Tridents vs Jamaica Tallawahs match prediction COMMENT WATCH US LIVE WE RECOMMEND Last Updated: 30th September, 2019 12:45 IST SAU Vs TAS Dream11: Squad Details For Marsh One-Day Cup Match In the Marsh One-Day Cup, South Australia will face the Tasmanian Tigers on October 1, 2019. We look at the squads and the favourable Dream11 for SAU vs TAS
But he made light of a tight angle by letting fly with a shot into the top corner from 18 yards out.It would have been easy for Bristol City to be overwhelmed from then on in but, to their credit, it was the southwest side who scored next, in the 64th minute.John Stones made a mess of a clearance and when it came back into the box, Pack guided a well-directed header across Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo and into the top corner.Flint turned in a header late on to give Bristol City fans hope of extra time but, pressing for that goal, their side were wide-open to a counter-attack, with Sane cutting the ball back for De Bruyne to fire home.Share on: WhatsApp They kicked off with a narrow advantage at Ashton Gate after a 2-1 first-leg win at the Etihad Stadium.But goals either side of half-time from Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero effectively saw Manchester City to a win on Tuesday and success over over the two legs as they reached their first final under former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager Guardiola.Bristol City were undaunted, however, with Marlon Pack pulling a goal back in the 64th minute before Aden Flint scored deep into stoppage time.However, there was still time for Kevin De Bruyne to round off the scoring for Manchester City.Guardiola’s men will now face the winners of Wednesday’s Emirates Stadium semi-final between their Premier League rivals Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley on February 25, with the two London clubs deadlocked at 0-0 after a first-leg stalemate.“We are so happy to be there, to reach this final,” Guardiola, whose debut season as City boss last term saw him end a campaign without a trophy for the first time in his managerial career, told Sky Sports.“We played an amazing game until 2-0 and then we lost control, these type of games never end until the end.“This is a lesson for next weekend in Cardiff in the FA Cup and especially for the Champions League,” the Spaniard warned.– ‘Judged on trophies’ –“At 2-0 we knew it would be easier because they needed three or four goals but with one minute left it was 2-2 and anything could happen.”Guardiola played down the personal importance of reaching a Wembley final, saying: “It’s not for me, it’s for Manchester City, a club who are trying to reach another level. “I know that we will be judged by trophies we win but we are so happy,” he insisted. “Nobody can take away what we have done, but Chelsea or Arsenal are strong teams.”Meanwhile Pack summed up the mood of the home side by saying: I’m proud of the boys and proud to be part of this team. Hopefully we can take this into the league now and keep it going.”It looked as if Bristol City would deny Manchester City a goal in the first half of Tuesday’s match.But three minutes before the break, Hordur Magnusson made the mistake of trying to shepherd the ball out of play rather than clearing and was dispossessed near the byline by Bernardo Silva.His cross was fired in by Sane and left Bristol City, chasing promotion to the lucrative Premier League, with a mountain to climb.Four minutes after the re-start Aguero, Manchester City’s all-time leading goalscorer, seemed to put the result of the tie beyond doubt.The Argentina striker, fresh from a hat-trick in a 3-1 league win over Newcastle United last weekend, still had plenty to do following De Bruyne’s cross-field ball. Bristol, United Kingdom | AFP | Pep Guardiola saw his Manchester City side pushed hard before defeating second-tier Bristol City in an entertaining League Cup semi-final on Tuesday to leave him one game away from winning his first major trophy in English football.Guardiola’s runaway Premier League leaders, eyeing an unprecedented season quadruple given they also remain involved in both the FA Cup and Champions League, won 3-2 on the night for a 5-3 aggregate win over the Championship side.
Syracuse’s Tyler Ennis (11) shoots 3-pointer between Pittsburgh’s Cameron Wright (3) and Josh Newkirk, left, in the final second of an NCAA college basketball game Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Freshman point guard Tyler Ennis of top-ranked Syracuse is basking in some praise after his game-winning shot against Pittsburgh.Vice President Joe Biden called Ennis on Thursday to congratulate him on his “amazing 35-foot buzzer beater” that kept the Orange unbeaten. The vice president’s office tweeted a photograph of Biden at his desk while on the phone with Ennis. Biden received his law degree from Syracuse University.Ennis took an inbounds pass with 4.4 seconds left on Wednesday night, dribbled into Pittsburgh territory and split two defenders before launching a high, arcing shot that swished as time expired. It gave Syracuse a 58-56 victory, a school-record 24th win in a row.
First-time West Indies Women’s captain, Stafanie Taylor, is banking on her popularity among teammates to guide her through her first stint as leader of the regional aggregation.The most decorated regional female cricketer of all time is set to assume the post next month when she leads the regional side against Pakistan in a one-day and Twenty20 International home series.The day and night series will be played in St Lucia and Grenada, respectively, between October 13 and 31.”Most of the players do have respect for me, and I definitely have a lot of respect for them,” said the 24-year-old Taylor, who has been a member of regional side since 1998.”I, therefore, definitely think that I will get the support of, if not most, maybe all.”The outstanding batting all-rounder, who in 2013 was voted ICC Women Cricketer of The Year, replaces long-standing captain, wicketkeeper Merissa Aguilleira, who guided West Indies to the final of the 2013 Women’s World Cup, and two Women’s World Twenty20 semi-finals.The one-day leg of the Pakistan tour will form part of both teams’ bid to finish in the top four of the round-robin ICC Women’s Championship.The quartet will automatically qualify for the 2017 Women World Cup to be staged in England.The bottom four, meanwhile, will have another chance of qualification through an ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier series in 2017.The regional women will shortly assemble for a training camp in St Lucia.