You can see a longer video, courtesy of Long J on YouTube, here:Phish heads to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park tonight, September 2nd, for the first of three shows at the Commerce City, CO venue. Phish Dick’s![Photo by Dave DeCrescente Photography] Phish has landed in Colorado! Eager to get funky before their Dick’s run, bassist Mike Gordon found his way over to Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom to check out what Dumpstaphunk was putting down.The Ivan Neville-led ensemble not only welcomed Gordo to the stage, but they backed him up on a great cover of Son Seals’ “Funky Bitch.” The song is a welcomed addition to any Phish setlist, and it sure got the crowd going in a Dumpstaphunk setlist as well!Watch Gordo and Dumpstaphunk jamming on the song below.
A total of 41,103.957 kilos of drugs were incinerated in 2012, Minister of Interior Wilfredo Pedraza, said on December 27, and he assured that “the goal for the Peruvian fight against drug trafficking will be greater,” in 2013. Out of the 5,290.697 kilos of the drugs incinerated on December 27, 1,851.564 kg were coca paste, 3,314.883 kg were cocaine hydrochloride, and 24.250 kg were marihuana. “There will be more resources for next year, so the Ministry is setting major goals in the fight against drug trafficking in Peru,” said the official after witnessing the incineration of five tons of drugs, the last lot of the year. Pedraza stated that the goals for the eradication of illegal crops, drug seizures, and the arrest of drug lords and money laundering of drug trafficking profits will be higher in 2013. “These results depict the commitment of the government to confront drug trafficking,” he said. He added that the total incinerations in 2012 widely exceeded those from former years: in 2011, 28,976 kilos were incinerated, while in 2010 and 2009, 21,000 kilos were incinerated each year. By Dialogo January 02, 2013
A $2.5 million contract with Gulfstream Goodwill Industries has been approved by Palm Beach County commissioners.The contract is set to provide an emergency shelter for homeless people at a former correctional facility located near the South Florida Fairgrounds.The area has been vacant for a while but has been maintained. Officials say the shelter will have approximately 100 to 125 beds and will serve as a resource center offering medical and behavioral health care, job assistance, along with food and laundry service.Currently there are homeless people living in tents at John Prince Park. Officials say the goal is to relocate them to the new shelter.County leaders have not announced an official opening date for the shelter.
NHL playoff hockey is synonymous with sacrifice. Players are expected to do whatever it takes to help their team. And Sharks forward Logan Couture did just that Friday against the Golden Knights when he went low to block a shot and the puck hit him in a … very sensitive area.The play came with 11:48 remaining in the second period. With Vegas ahead 4-3, Golden Knights forward Cody Eakin fired a shot on goal. Couture went low to block the shot, and fortunately for Couture, was not seriously injured. He left the game but returned for the start of the third period. Vegas won 5-3 to tie the Western Conference first-round series at 1-1. Game 3 of the best-of-seven series is set for 10 p.m. ET Sunday in Las Vegas. “I thought I lost my testicle,” Couture told reporters after the game.Couture’s night was memorable, even before his block that undoubtedly will become part of NHL playoff hockey lore. He scored San Jose’s first goal, setting off a three-goal run in the final three minutes of the first period that erased Vegas’ 3-0 lead. Then, less than a minute into the second period, he was called for goaltender interference against Vegas’ Marc-Andre Fleury, disallowing a goal by Brent Burns. Couture was sent to the penalty box, and the Golden Knights scored on the power play for the 4-3 lead. Related News NHL playoffs 2019: Islanders’ 2-0 start vs. Penguins could be a good omen