Phish Shares Pro-Shot Footage Of 18-Minute ‘Moma Dance’ Masterpiece At SPAC

first_imgPhish just finished their three night run at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, and the weekend featured a few standout jams. With a wild 22-minute “Chalkdust Torture” on Friday night, Phish followed Sunday night with one of the best-ever versions of “Moma Dance,” clocking in at 18 minutes and already a clear choice for one of the most impressive jams of the summer.Recap/Full Show Video: Phish Plays 18-Minute ‘Moma Dance,’ Busts Out ‘Show Of Life’ In SPAC FinalePhish just released a pro-shot video of Sunday night’s incredible “Moma Dance”, which you can watch below! Enjoy.last_img

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Increased seismic activity reported at Montserrat volcano

first_img Sharing is caring! Share NewsRegional Increased seismic activity reported at Montserrat volcano by: – March 26, 2012 Share 11 Views   no discussionscenter_img Tweet Share MVO photo taken from Jack Boy Hill of the ash vents on March 23, 2012BRADES, Montserrat (GIU) — A noticeable increase in seismic activity at Montserrat’s Soufriere Hills volcano has resulted in the closure of an area known as Zone C, which had been reopened for daytime entry in December 2011.Director of the Montserrat Volcano Observatory (MVO) Dr Paul Cole said on local radio on Friday morning that it was a precautionary measure as they continued to monitor the volcano, which has been relatively quiet since early 2010.By early afternoon the MVO released a statement noting that mild ash venting had begun and was emanating from the 11 February 2010 collapse scar. “Following two volcano-tectonic (VT) swarms on the 22 and 23 March 2012 involving 49 and 54 events respectively, mild ash venting began at Soufriere Hills Volcano at around 8:00 am local time on 23 March. The venting was sourced from the floor of the 11 February 2010 collapse scar, immediately south of the old English’s crater wall and to the west of the long-lived hottest fumarole previously identified. Fumarolic activity on the volcano on the morning of 23 March increased markedly and a new steam fumarole was identified on the NW side of the dome immediately behind Gages Mountain,” the statement read.“The ash venting was clearly pulsatory and sent ash to approximately 6,000 feet above sea level (3,000 feet above the volcano). At its peak, black jets of ash were seen rising a few hundred metres above the floor of the collapse scar. This type of activity is probably ‘phreatic’ in origin and is formed where superheated rock meets groundwater causing the rocks to fragment, generating ash.“VT earthquakes are related to fracturing rocks probably as a result of increases in pressure. It is likely that these pressure increases and the resulting earthquakes are related to uprising magma below the volcano. Similar types of activity have occurred at Soufriere Hills Volcano up to several months prior to restarts in magma extrusion, for example in 2005 and 2008,” the MVO statement ended.Zone C which comprises Cork Hill, Weekes, Foxes Bay, Richmond Hill, Delvins and extending 500 m out to sea is part of the Exclusion Zone. It was reopened in December 2011 after the hazard level was lowered from 3 to 2, which made daytime access possible in those areas. Cole says there are no plans to raise the hazard level but that the area would be closed off and the gates locked.More information can be found on the MVO website at www.mvo.ms by Nerissa GoldenCaribbean News Nowlast_img read more

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Bonner, Warde and Carter fined for code breaches

first_imgLEEWARD Island Hurricanes pair of Nkrumah Bonner and Terence Warde as well as Barbados Pride left-hander Jonathan Carter were all fined for breaches of the Code of Conduct during the fourth round of matches which ended on Sunday in the Digicel 4-Day Championship.All three players admitted to their offences and accepted the imposition of the proposed sanctions so there was no need for formal hearings.Bonner and Warde were reported by on-field umpires Carl Tuckett and Leslie Reifer Jr, along with reserve umpire Bernard Joseph, for Level 1 breaches of the Code of Conduct during the match between the Hurricanes and Jamaica Scorpions at Warner Park in Basseterre, St. Kitts.Bonner’s breach was upgraded to Level 2, due to this being his second breach within a year, and match referee Stewart Rawlins imposed a fine of 50 percent of the player’s match fee. The player breached paragraph 1.2 of the Code of Conduct by showing dissent at an umpire’s decision when he showed his bat in obvious disappointment after being adjudged lbw in the 56th over of the Hurricanes’ first innings.Rawlins however, imposed a fine of 10 percent of Warde’s match fee, after he similarly, breached paragraph 1.2 of the Code of Conduct by showing dissent at an umpire’s decision, when he showed his bat in obvious disappointment after being adjudged lbw in the 49th over of the Hurricanes’ second innings.Carter was reported by on-field umpires Deighton Butler and Verdayne Smith, along with reserve umpire Roger Davis, for a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct during the match between the Pride and Windward Islands Volcanoes at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex in Kingstown, St. Vincent.Match referee Carlyle Felix imposed a fine of 50 percent of Carter’s match fee after the Pride player breached paragraph 1.3 of the Code of Conduct by using language that was obscene, offensive or insulting towards Volcanoes’ off-spinner Shane Shillingford when leaving the field following his dismissal in his side’s second innings.last_img read more

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Puerto Viejo Rundown

first_imgNo related posts. An important announcement for any U.S. citizens residing in the South Caribbean: Members of the American Citizen Services Team at the U.S. Embassy are going to visit the area on Thursday, Oct. 25. A brief presentation will be held at 1 p.m. at La Costa de Papito Hotel on the types of assistance provided by the American Citizen Services.They also will help with voter registration (although the deadline for the presidential election was Aug. 15 in most states), notary services and passport renewals. In addition, they will be ready to field questions about non-immigrant visas to the United States as needed for Costa Rican citizens. Part of the charm of the South Caribbean is its curving road that stretches from Puerto Viejo to Manzanillo, along with its laid-back vibe, beach cruisers and sand strollers.Unfortunately, this slow-motion feel is being threatened by higher volumes of traffic. In most areas, the speed limit is 25 kilometers per hour, but there are few signs. This is a threat to the safety of wildlife and pedestrians alike. If you have found the traffic near your home or business seems dangerously fast, you can send a request for reductores de velocidad (speed bumps) to MOPT. Let’s keep our friends, families and neighbors safe. Visit http://mopt.go.cr/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=213.Concrete Jungle Skate Park offers several options of supervised skate hours for all ages. Looking for something healthy and active to offer your children?  Drop-in Mondays from 2-5 p.m. for ages 11 and up, Tuesdays 3-5 p.m. for ages 5-10 and girls of all ages or Fridays 5-8 p.m. for Open Skate Church. Some equipment is available, feel free to bring your own as well.A special thank you to all of the event organizers and volunteers who made ArteViva 2012 a weekend to remember here in Puerto Viejo. This gathering of all of the area communities has proven again to be a wondeful adhesive, bringing people together to participate in positive and healthy pursuits. Thank you Claudio Ambroso and your entire team.-Kristin Gilbert Ramí[email protected] Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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