April 15, 2021

Phish Shares Wild ‘1999’ Footage From 12/31/98 MSG In Honor Of Prince

first_imgWith the music world mourning the loss of Prince, even the jam group Phish offered up a tribute to the Purple One. The band shared a video from their New Years Eve 1998 performance at Madison Square Garden, where they fittingly opened with a cover of Prince’s “1999.” The version became quite the celebration, as the band welcomed out guest dancers and coordinated some dance moves. Watch the “1999” party below:The band shared a simple message in Prince’s honor, saying:THANK YOU PRINCEPage, Trey, Mike, and FishRIP.last_img read more

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LCD Soundsystem Announces Tropical Destination Event With Awesome Lineup

first_imgWith LCD Soundsystem back in action, it only makes sense that the beloved electronica-influenced band would want to bring their loyal fans to new places. Enter Beach Vibes, the band’s first ever destination event. Taking place at Riviera Maya, MX from January 26-28, 2017, LCD Soundsystem will play for two nights and host fans for three nights of tropical jams.LCD Soundsystem will play two nights, and feature a great lineup of artists for the festival experience. Hot Chip, Run The Jewels, Carl Craig, DJ Harvey, Holy Ghost!, The Black Madonna, Horse Meat Disco, Poolside, Museum of Love, Eric Duncan, Juan Maclean (DJ), Shit Robot, Tim Sweeney, Felix Dickinson, Lovefingers, Heidi Lawden and more TBA will all be performing!Ticket packages go on sale on July 11th, and all information can be found here. Check out the lineup poster below.last_img read more

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Harvard establishes strategic research alliance with Servier

first_imgAgreement supports collaborative advancement of research in a range of therapeutic areas by researchers from across HarvardHarvard University has established a 3-year strategic research alliance with Servier to support multiple, multi-year research projects that will focus on the development of innovative therapeutics across disease areas of mutual interest.Under the new research alliance, coordinated by Harvard’s Office of Technology Development, Servier will support a number of faculty-initiated research projects at Harvard, identifying these projects through a request for proposals in two funding cycles. Harvard and Servier anticipate a range of projects spanning exploratory investigations of biological mechanisms, to identification of possible targets, or to preclinical validation of targets and leads.Visiting scientists from Servier will also have the opportunity to collaborate directly with Harvard researchers, gaining new expertise in areas of biomedical science and enriching the academic perspective with their experience in drug development.“Collaborations between academic scientists and our colleagues in industry are crucial to advance discovery in areas of therapeutic relevance and to speed the adoption of promising new therapies,” said Isaac T. Kohlberg, Harvard’s Senior Associate Provost and Chief Technology Development Officer. “Investigations by Harvard researchers can lay the groundwork for life-changing medical advances. We are pleased to embark on this strategic alliance to identify and support research of great importance to the battle against chronic diseases.”For Servier, the alliance represents a major milestone in the international pharmaceutical company’s ambition to build a footprint in the research hub of Boston and Cambridge.“Access to cutting-edge science is fundamental to the growth of Servier’s R&D portfolio. We are delighted to build on our existing good relations with Harvard University and excited at the prospect of identifying new collaboration opportunities,” said Claude Bertrand, Servier’s General Director of Research and Development, CSO.Projects may be selected from labs across Harvard University, including in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard Medical School, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, or the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.###About Harvard University’s Office of Technology DevelopmentHarvard’s Office of Technology Development (OTD) promotes the public good by fostering innovation and translating new inventions made at Harvard University into useful products that are available and beneficial to society. Our integrated approach to technology development comprises sponsored research and corporate alliances, intellectual property management, and technology commercialization through venture creation and licensing. To bridge the academic-industry development gap, Harvard OTD also manages the Blavatnik Biomedical Accelerator and the Physical Sciences & Engineering Accelerator. For more information, please visit http://otd.harvard.edu. Read Full Storylast_img read more

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Fitzgerald: Clubs fear Leinster

first_img Fitzgerald’s defensive grit in Saturday’s 20-20 draw at Wasps may just be enough to edge him into Ireland’s 13 shirt for the RBS 6 Nations opener in Italy on February 7. The 27-year-old is finally fit and firing after battling unrelenting groin trouble in 2014, and believes Leinster are starting to hit their straps too. The three-time Heineken Cup winners could have Sean O’Brien, Cian Healy, Jack McGrath, Zane Kirchner and Rhys Ruddock back in action by the time that European quarter-final rolls around. O’Brien and Healy’s ball-carrying exploits would certainly transform Leinster’s ability to create an attacking platform, while Fitzgerald believes McGrath is every bit as talented as his more senior loosehead counterpart Healy. Healy is primed to overcome long-term hamstring trouble while O’Brien is on the cusp of beating two consecutive shoulder reconstructions. The British and Irish Lions duo could yet feature in the Irish Wolfhounds’ clash with England Saxons in Cork this Friday night in a bid to prove their Six Nations fitness. “Cian Healy, Sean O’Brien and Rhys Ruddock – they are three massive ball-carriers for this team, they change how things work for us. “Zane Kirchner’s coming back too, and those two looseheads: they are probably the best in Europe I would say, we’re pretty blessed in that department. “It’s all there for us, so I think things are looking pretty good. “In the last couple of weeks we’ve executed the coach’s game plan an awful lot better. “I think he’s a very creative guy and that showed against Wasps in the first half. “It’s no surprise to me or anyone who has dealt with the coach that those things are proving difficult to defend.” Luke Fitzgerald believes Europe’s big guns will fear facing Leinster in the Champions Cup knockout phase after Matt O’Connor’s side secured a home quarter-final clash with Bath. Leinster were left frustrated by Saturday’s draw at Wasps, but results elsewhere have still earned the Dubliners a last-eight showdown at the Aviva Stadium with Premiership club Bath. “I think we look very strong, I would say a lot of teams would be pretty disappointed in having to play us now,” said Fitzgerald. “I think teams would look at it and say, ‘Jeez, how have we drawn these guys?’ That’s how I feel about it. “Maybe I’m overly confident in us, but I think like we’re playing some decent rugby and we’ve got an awful lot left in us, which is a nice place to be considering we’ve qualified.” Bath beat Glasgow 20-15 at The Rec to set up that April battle with Leinster, as four-time Heineken Cup champions Toulouse slipped out of Europe losing 27-26 at Montpellier. Leinster feared squandering a 14-point lead in the final quarter to draw with Wasps in Coventry had ruined their hopes of a home tie in the last eight. Toulouse’ surprise loss has handed O’Connor’s men a reprieve however, and Fitzgerald believes the Dublin province are primed to hit top form. The 27-cap Ireland centre backed boss O’Connor’s “creative” approach – and warned opponents to beware a raft of stars poised to return from injury. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Women’s Hockey: Top two teams in college hockey compete for border battle supremacy

first_imgThe No. 1 ranked Wisconsin women’s hockey team (21-2-1, 11-2-1 WCHA) are preparing to take the ice against the No. 2 Minnesota Gophers (20-2-3, 12-2-2) this weekend at LaBahn Arena. Women’s Hockey: Badgers advance into 2020 with comparatively dominant recordWisconsin’s women’s hockey team (20-1-1) is setting themselves up for yet another deep postseason run. There is no doubt the Read…The Badgers are coming off their bye week poised to make a deep postseason run, and are looking to recapture the stellar play that led to them being Frozen Four champions last March. The unit’s matchup with Minnesota marks the second time the two powerhouses have faced off this season, with the first series resulting in a 4–2 Gopher win and a 2–2 tie. Overall, the Gophers own a 53-39-12 all-time record against the Badgers in a series dating back to 1999. Despite the many twists and turns that both teams have encountered throughout the season, the matchup is still a solid indication of which team can be a legitimate contender for the national championship title later this season. Women’s Hockey: Offensive weapons key in No. 1 Badgers’ continuing successThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team (18-1-1, 10-1-1 WCHA) is off to another predictably hot start. With little loss Read…The Badgers are looking to regain their footing after stumbling against Bemidji State on January 11th, where the squad was defeated by the Beavers 3–2. This loss came as a shock to those familiar with the team as the Badgers dominated the Beavers with extreme consistency over the last few seasons. When asked about his outlook on the final month of the season at a press conference January 20th, Head Coach Mark Johnson was excited about the opportunity the remaining games hold per UW Athletics.“We look forward to the challenges, to me it really becomes a ten game season,” the five-time national champion stated. “Everybody within our league has to play everybody, and whoever does the best in these ten games is going to be in a better position than the other teams. So it’s fun, it’s exciting, and it’s almost like a playoff atmosphere this last month of the season.”Women’s Hockey: Wisconsin scuffles in weekend border battle against MinnesotaIn the first border battle of the 2019-20 season, the No. 2 University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team (10-1-1, 4-1-1 Read…Minnesota will remain the Badgers’ toughest opponent for the foreseeable future, and securing a win against them will go a long way in carving the path to another national title. While the Badgers may have fallen last time they traveled to Minneapolis, the influence of a packed LaBahn arena cannot be understated. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:07 p.m. Friday and 3:07 p.m. Saturday, and the game can be listened to live on 100.9 FM radio.last_img read more

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Chicago Cubs hire David Ross to replace Maddon as manager

first_img First Published: 24th October, 2019 22:19 IST The Chicago Cubs have hired former catcher David Ross to replace Joe Maddon as their manager, hoping he can help them get back to the playoffs after missing out for the first since 2014.The Cubs announced Thursday a three-year deal with Ross with a club option for the 2023 season.Ross played the final two of his 15 major league seasons with the Cubs and was a revered leader on the 2016 team that won the World Series, ending a championship drought dating to 1908. He spent the past three years in Chicago’s front office and was widely viewed as a potential replacement for Maddon, who compiled a 471-339-1 record in five seasons.Ross has no coaching or managing experience.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Written By WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 24th October, 2019 22:19 IST Chicago Cubs Hire David Ross To Replace Maddon As Manager The Chicago Cubs have hired former catcher David Ross to replace Joe Maddon as their manager, hoping he can help them get back to the playoffs after missing out for the first since 2014. COMMENTcenter_img SUBSCRIBE TO US LIVE TV Associated Press Television News FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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For Dodgers’ David Price, change of scenery means change in role and scrutiny

first_imgDodgers manager Dave Roberts joked Sunday that Price might sleep in his uniform he was so anxious to pitch. Price acknowledged it was an exciting day for him.“Absolutely. It’s the first time I’ve been in the game for six, almost seven months,” Price said. “My legs were shaking out there. If you love what you do you’re gonna have nerves. I definitely had them out there today. It was fun. I definitely enjoyed it, getting back out there. Wasn’t missing by much. For the first time, I’m okay with it.”It’s not Price’s first time changing teams. He was traded from Tampa to Detroit and Detroit to Toronto, brief stopovers before he signed a seven-year, $217-million free-agent contract with the Boston Red Sox.However, it is the 34-year-old Price’s first time being a marked-down addition to a deal. Seeking payroll relief, the Red Sox attached Price to Mookie Betts, agreeing to pay half of the $96 million still owed to Price over the next three seasons so the Dodgers would take him.“This is a business, first and foremost,” Price said. “I learned that probably when I was traded from Tampa. I was naive at the time. I thought I was going to be a Ray for life and Andrew (Friedman) broke my heart. Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco GOODYEAR, Ariz. — David Price has generated a lot of headlines throughout a career that includes a Cy Young award, five All-Star appearances, two trips to the World Series and years spent as the ace of a staff.His first spring with the Dodgers has been a little different, though. The No. 3 starter behind Walker Buehler and Clayton Kershaw and the No. 2 name in the trade that brought him to Los Angeles, Price has noticed a different level of media attention.“I threw (a live batting practice session early in camp) against Mookie Betts. Nobody asked me about it,” he said Monday after making his first Cactus League appearance. “I figured I would be asked about facing Mookie and how the wrist felt. That’s what I’m accustomed to.”Monday’s start against the Cincinnati Reds was more newsworthy. It was Price’s first since surgery last September to remove a growth in his wrist that had impacted his circulation for years. Four of the first six batters reached base and two scored. Price couldn’t make it through a second scheduled inning when his pitch count reached 40.center_img “This is a business and teams are going different routes now than what they used to. Some of it I understand, some of it I don’t. If I was in that owner seat and I could do things the way they’re doing it – I try to wrap my head around it that way and understand what they’re trying to do. There’s no hard feelings on my part, by any means. My job is to play baseball and that’s what I’m going to do.”Price dismissed the idea that he would use the perceived slight as extra motivation but acknowledged that a change of scenery can be a good thing.“I don’t need any extra motivation,” he said. “Any day I get to put on this uniform or any other uniform that’s motivation enough for me. You know, I care about what I do.”19TH HOLESeveral players from around the Cactus League turned out for the Pujols Family Foundation event hosted by Albert Pujols at a TopGolf location on Sunday night including the Angels’ Mike Trout, and the Dodgers’ Justin Turner, Max Muncy and Cody Bellinger.Videos of Trout and Bellinger slugging away at the driving range made the rounds Monday morning – which made for questions when Bellinger was scratched from the Dodgers’ lineup at Goodyear against the Cincinnati Reds.“Bellinger is fine. He felt a little something on his body when he was doing his early work,” Roberts said, narrowing the discomfort down to “something in his side.“It’s really not a big deal. Cody wants to play. But there’s no gain. It just makes no sense. … I don’t think it’s TopGolf. I really don’t.”Roberts said Bellinger would not likely play in Wednesday’s night game either.URIAS DEBUTLeft-hander Julio Urias was supposed to follow Price by throwing two innings. He didn’t get through one, allowing two unearned runs after an error, a walk, a single and a sacrifice fly. He was pulled when his pitch count was elevated.Related Articles “I felt good,” Urias said through an interpreter. “I’m working still on the same things. I’ve been working on my mechanics and I felt really comfortable. I actually felt better than my last live BP. It just wasn’t my day.”Urias threw the equivalent of a second inning in the bullpen after leaving the game.“Julio is fine,” Roberts said. “I think that we’ve still got to keep building him up. But I think that him getting into a normal routine, he’s only getting better.”ALSODesignated for assignment on Friday, right-hander Yadier Alvarez cleared waivers and will report to minor-league camp. … Right-hander Jimmy Nelson has resumed throwing after being shut down for a few days with lower body discomfort. … Outfielder Joc Pederson hit in the batting cage again Monday. “The back-to-back is a positive,” Roberts said. Pederson has yet to play in a game due to soreness in his right side and hip. … With the Dodgers off on Tuesday and playing a night game Wednesday, Tony Gonsolin (Tuesday in a camp game) and Alex Wood (Wednesday afternoon against the visiting Hawha Eagles from the Korean professional league) will pitch at Camelback Ranch instead of in Cactus League games this time around. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start last_img read more

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