The New, 900-Page ‘Phish Companion’ Book Has Just Been Released

first_imgRead the book!The third volume of the Phish Companion was released today, with all proceeds going to benefit the Mockingbird Foundation. The Phish.net compendium features 898 pages of Phish glory, with setlists, song histories, jam charts, and crisp photography – most of which has never been published.In addition to all the Phish information, the book features original artwork for each chapter from some of Phish’s most beloved poster artists: Welker, Masthay, Helton, and more.For more about the Phish Companion, head to their official website and pick one up for yourself! Check out some preview images below.last_img

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The Civil Protection Headquarters of the County of Istria has made a decision on the care of persons suffering from COVID-19

first_imgYesterday, the coordination of the Civil Protection Headquarters of the County of Istria, the mayor of Istria, was held, regarding the issue of caring for people suffering from COVID-19 during the 2020 tourist season. 3.) There is dissatisfaction with the work of inspection services regarding the control of the implementation of measures, which are in themselves quite liberal. The state will be asked to provide the best possible inspections, especially in those facilities that do not follow the recommendations. 1.) All cities and municipalities, together with their civil protection headquarters, will locate, ie determine possible capacities, which will serve for quarantine and self-isolation of possible suspicious tourists, while all patients will go to the hospital. This applies especially to those facilities that cannot plan their capacities, while all large tourist houses have planned 10% of their capacity for possible cases of infection. The Mayor of Pula, Boris Miletić, on the other hand, believes that excellence in dealing with the corona crisis, along with the expertise of the Civil Protection Headquarters, is also evident in the Istrian community, which was confirmed by yesterday’s session. “Together, we want to preserve the health of our people, but we want to enable citizens and the economy, including tourism, to function. However, on the other hand, we see that the release of measures has increased the risk of infection, which was confirmed yesterday with two new infected. Therefore, it is necessary to emphasize the importance of respecting all epidemiological measures, in terms of keeping distance, personal hygiene, as well as adherence to measures at public gathering places. We want to get the most out of this season, but above all to preserve people’s health”, Said the mayor of Pula, adding that he expects the entry into force of the state protocol on the treatment of tourists. The main topic was the measures to be taken to take care of possible cases of tourists positive for COVID-19 during the tourist season. Currently one of the main topics that needs to be defined as soon as possible and more clearly. From Tuesday, they will have fully ready and equipped facilities in Istria 2.) The city headquarters together with the tourist houses will check the condition of the health organization in the tourist houses, ie they will check whether the health system has been established or something still needs to be done together with the Istrian health centers. The IDZ proposed that an effective health care system for tourists be established as soon as possible so that they do not make an uncontrolled break into the public health care system. center_img Mayor Kozlevac also referred to the latter, saying the following: “We have been waiting for three weeks for a protocol from the National Civil Protection Headquarters and the state on how to treat possible sick tourists, of which there are already over 40 in Istria today. We simply cannot wait any longer and from Tuesday we will have fully ready and equipped facilities. Given the situation and the excellent functioning of the civil protection system in the Istrian County, our goal is to achieve the achieved results and to take everything necessary in the coming period to keep the situation favorable, to the satisfaction of our citizens and tourists , who are coming to Istria in increasing numbers “, said Kozlevac. / / / WHO WILL COVER THE COST OF ACCOMMODATION OF GUESTS IN CASE OF SELF-INSULATION? “We felt the need to analyze the situation together with the responsible persons at the level of cities, municipalities and local headquarters in order to be, as before, ready to react promptly in the event of an infection among our guests. “, pointed out the Istrian prefect Fabrizio Radin. While waiting for the decision of the National Civil Protection Headquarters and the MINT, the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Istrian County could no longer wait and made the decision on the protocol that some of the guests have symptoms or coronavirus. Thus, the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Istrian County made the following conclusions which were adopted at the coordination: 4.) Depending on the assessment, SCZ next week will adopt certain measures that will be mandatory in terms of respecting physical distance, the need to wear a mask, personal hygiene and space hygiene.last_img read more

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Kindred maintains growth confidence after navigating new landscape complexities

first_img Unibet backs #GoRacingGreen as lead racing charity  July 28, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Share Publishing its unaudited full-year 2018 results, Stockholm-listed online gambling firm Kindred Group Plc said it has increased confidence in its future prospects after overcoming new industry challenges and increased regulatory demands.Updating the market, Kindred closes 2018 trading reporting record levels of customer activity across its verticals, as Q4 2018 group revenues hit a further ‘all-time high’ of £250 million (Q4 2017: £238m).Kindred notes that despite its strengthened revenue capacity, its Q4 top-line metrics would be set against ‘an exceptional fourth quarter of 2017 sportsbook margin’ resulting in ‘very tough period comparatives’.Furthermore, the Stockholm enterprise would report increased period betting duties of £44.5 million, leading to a Q4 2018 EBITDA of £59 million (Q4 2017: £74.5m),with Kindred declaring Q4 profits (after tax) of £39 million (Q4 2017: £50m).Despite its tough like-for-like Q4 comparatives, Kindred declares a further year of sustained growth, as the operator records full-year 2018 group revenues of £908 million (FY2017: £751m) combined with a corporate EBITDA of £204 million (FY2017: £185m).Closing 2018 unaudited accounts, Kindred anticipates delivering group profits (after tax) of £131 million (FY2017: £117m), with its board announcing that it will pay investors a ‘proposed dividend’ of SEK 5.92 per share.Updating investors, Kindred Group Chief Executive Henrik Tjärnström details that 2018 has been a transformative year for all industry leaders, who now operate in a much-changed global betting/gambling landscape.Confident in Kindred’s future prospects, Tjärnström’s executive team will continue to focus on strategic regulated market expansions, led by sustainability and social responsibility initiatives.Supporting Kindred’s future growth strategy, Tjärnström outlines that Kindred has developed as online gambling’s most diverse enterprise ‘operating in 20 different languages in more than 100 countries’.This January, Kindred successfully went live under the new local licence in Sweden with the brands, Unibet, Maria Casino, iGame, Storspelare and bingo.com.Tjärnström said: “On 1 January, we successfully went live under the new local licence in Sweden with five of our brands and we have also continued to lay the foundation for the USA early this year with the agreement in Pennsylvania.“Always planning ahead, the Group prepared for the opening of the Swedish market and enlarged the customer base through bonus offers and marketing investments already from the start of the World Cup last summer.“During the first six weeks of 2019, we awarded our Swedish customers with one additional bonus under the terms of the new licensing system, which resulted in new depositing customers up by 166 per cent and active customers up by 97 per cent over the last 90 days. As expected, we can now see the bonus expenditure tail off.“For the period 1 January to 10 February 2019, the daily average Gross winnings revenue in GBP was 17 per cent higher (18 per cent in constant currency) than for the full first quarter last year.” Mace launches EQ Connect to solve the industry’s ‘single view’ conundrum on identifying risk  August 10, 2020 Share Kindred marks fastest route to ‘normal trading’ as it delivers H1 growth July 24, 2020 Related Articleslast_img read more

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Leafs score three in the third to outlast Grand Forks 5-3

first_imgThe Grand Forks Border Bruins recently won its first Kootenay International Junior Hockey League game in two years on home ice.The Nelson Leafs were looking to avoid being the Bruins second home-ice victim in as many games.The Leafs shook off a couple of early defensive lapses to outscore the Bruins 5-1 en route to a 5-3 Neil Murdoch Division victory Thursday night in the Boundary City.The win keeps Nelson in top spot in the Murdoch Division, four points in front of the idle Castlegar Rebels.The two teams meet tonight in Nelson at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.In a game that had “trap” written all over it, the Bruins surprised the Leafs with two first-period goals by Nelson Minor Hockey grad Colton Dawson and Chase Anchikoski.The lead came despite the Leafs out shooting the Bruins 27-9 in the first frame. However, a late goal by team captain Colton Schell cut the advantage in half before the period ended.The teams exchanged second period goals.Affilate player Brandon Sookro tied the game before Bruins’ Connor Gross restored the one-goal advantage for the home side on the power play.In the third Nelson finally solved Grand Forks netminder Robert Dunsmuir scoring three times to rally to victory.Matt MacDonald and defenceman J.J. Beitel scored less than a minute apart to give Nelson a 4-3 lead.Matthew Naka scored shorthanded late in the third to pad the lead.The Leafs finished the contest out shooting the Bruins 61-27.Adam Maida, a teammate of Sookro on the Kootenay Ice Major Midget squad, made 24 saves to register his first junior career victory in goal.LEAF BANTER: The win kept Nelson undefeated against the Bruins this season. . . .After playing the first eight games with Beaver Valley, Colton Dawson has been a nice find for the Bruins, scoring three goals in 11 games for Grand Forks. Dawson played last season for the Nelson Midget Reps . . .After winning 11 straight, the Leafs have now won three in a row and have points in 15 consecutive games.last_img read more

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