Perhaps one of the most well-known moments of crossover between Phish and Grateful Dead worlds came in April of 1999, when bassist Phil Lesh hosted a Phish-y “Friends” performance at The Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, CA. The run took place between April 15-17, featuring Trey Anastasio and Page McConnell from Phish alongside Steve Kimock and John Molo.Though these legendary shows have certainly held a noteworthy spot in the jam history books, few have gotten to watch the pure chemistry between the five band members. Fortunately, a new video has emerged onto YouTube, capturing the first night of the stand in its entirety.Thanks to a number of people, including taper Art Granoff and uploader Kevin Tobin, we can sit back and watch the magic that was Phil Lesh & Phriends. Enjoy…Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends at the Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA – 4/15/99I: Viola Lee Blues, Big Railroad Blues, Jack-a-Roe, Cosmic Charlie, Wolfman’s Brother -> Uncle John’s BandII: Alabama Getaway, Sugaree, Like a Rolling Stone > I Know You Rider, Row Jimmy, Shakedown Street -> The Wheel > Not Fade AwayE: Mr Tambourine Man
TOP RACES AND EVENTS TO HIT BEFORE THE END OF THE YEARDIRTY DAN DASH MUD RUNWhen: November 3, 2013Where: Danville, Va.What: Adventure RaceStart time: 1 pmWebsite: www.DirtyDanDash.comThe Dirty Dan Dash, presented by Danville Regional Medical Center, is a 3.7-mile dash through Danville’s River District, Dan Daniel Memorial Park and along the Riverwalk trail. The course features various obstacles, challenges and one nasty mud pit.EVENT [email protected] OUT OUR FULL LIST OF THE TOP RACES AND EVENTS OF THE END OF THE YEAR IN OUR FALL RACE & EVENT GUIDE
Sources and Images: Before There was GPS: Personal Navigation in the 1920s and 1930s, Cane Maps, The antique route show: ‘First ever built-in sat nav’ from 1930 which used a map on a scroll to guide motoristsShare with your Friends:More Inter-Auto or “Iter-Avto”Nowadays, we’re lucky to have an abundance of smartphones and GPS devices to help us navigate to different locations (and to our beloved geocaches). But did you know that personal navigation predates the invention of Global Positioning Systems (GPS)? Prior to Sputnik, TRANSIT, and GPS devices, there were three personal navigation maps that we still see glimpses of in today’s modern technology. Get ready to learn! Cane MapsIt started at the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago… In celebration with the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s entry into the New World, the Columbian Novelty Company created “Cane Maps”. The cane map was a 10″ x 16″ sheet with maps printed on both sides. It rolled in and out of a wooden cane. The front side contained a map of the fairgrounds and the back side of the map was of Chicago, showing popular tourist attractions in the area. These maps were sold in gift shops at the fair and paved the way for future mapping and navigation techniques.First Cane Map in 1893 Plus Fours RouteFinderWatch-you-wearing? Worn around the wrist, the Plus Fours Routefinder was a fashionable and efficient way to transit. These watch-like devices contained miniature scrolls with driving directions that rotated and updated as the motorist moved. The scrolls could be switched out and changed depending on what route was taken. Plus Fours RouteFinderInter-Auto or “Iter-Avto”Zoom Zoom! In 1932, an Italian company releases the Inter-Auto, the world’s first personal navigation system for an automobile. This device also contained a scrolling map and additionally, connected to the car’s speedometer to maintain an accurate scrolling rate. Similar to a modern day Garmin or Tom Tom, this device showed a motorist’s position in real-time.Inter-Auto or “Iter-Avto” What is your preferred device for geocaching?Not done reading yet? Check the ghosts lingering in your GPS in this Who’s Hiding in Your GPS Device? post from 2010. SharePrint RelatedFour reasons to start using Project-GCMay 30, 2017In “Geocaching Weekly Newsletter”Geocaching.com Presents: “Geocaching Without GPS”December 1, 2011In “Deutsch”Inside Geocaching HQ Podcast Transcript (Episode 22): Adventure Lab, New Search MapApril 11, 2019In “Community” Navigation systems today have come a long way since Cane Maps and Inter-Autos. With the addition of the GPS, geocachers today have numerous devices to choose from. As technology advances, it will be fascinating to see the direction navigation systems will head in the coming years.
Celtic Celtic charged by UEFA after fan attempts to kick Mbappe Last updated 2 years ago 17:36 13/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Getty Images Celtic Celtic v PSG PSG UEFA Champions League Kylian Mbappé The Glasgow side face sanctions after a supporter got past security and tried to hit the Paris Saint-Germain star on Tuesday UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Celtic after a fan invaded the field and tried to kick Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe in Tuesday’s Champions League match.In the first half of PSG’s 5-0 victory at Celtic Park, the spectator ran on and swung a leg at the 18-year-old, but only hit fresh air.The fan was caught and escorted off the field by security, and police confirmed he had been arrested. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Celtic themselves are in trouble, though, as European football’s governing body has charged the Glasgow side with a violation of the disciplinary regulations.Manager Brendan Rodgers condemned the pitch invader’s actions after the match.He said: “That reaction [jeers from the Celtic fans] said it all really. It’s disappointing for any ground, any club, a supporter getting on to the pitch like that.”It was bitterly disappointing and I’m sure the club will deal with that. Whoever that person was it shouldn’t be anything we see, especially on a football field.”I think the stewards dealt with it at the time and I’m sure the club will deal with it. The crowd and their reaction told you everything you needed to know.”Celtic have been at the centre of no fewer than 12 disciplinary offences in the last six years, with their most recent one coming in July when a section of the club’s support unfurled an “illicit banner” in a Champions League qualifier with Northern Ireland’s Linfield.The club will learn the extent of their sanctions after the case is dealt with by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on October 19.A fine is the most likely outcome facing Rodgers’ side, according to precedent. Last season, Arsenal had to pay up €5,000 when a supporter invaded the field during their match against Bayern Munich at the Emirates Stadium.