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first_imgTonight, the Phish will return for night 13 with a “pink glaze with rainbow sprinkles” donut, and still hundreds of songs to choose from in their ever-expansive songbook. Thank you Phish, we can’t believe we’ve made it this far. It’s been a wild run, folks, and Phish will officially complete their thirteen-night residency at Madison Square Garden tonight in true fashion. Not only is that the longest streak of consecutive shows to take place at The Garden, but the band perfected the run without a single repeat. Each night of the Baker’s Dozen presented a new flavor donut, which translated to the night’s setlist theme. This inevitably created a “can’t miss” atmosphere that drew thousands of fans to the city for the final weekend’s sold-out shows. On Friday night, the Vermont quartet celebrated their 50th show at the 20,000+ person venue–another huge accomplishment, to say the least. While this run has been historic for fans all over the world, New York City has especially reaped the benefits of having Phish in town.Phish Delivers Boston Cream Mash-Up, “Ghost,” & “The Lizards” For Penultimate Baker’s Dozen PerformanceTonight certainly marks an important moment in Phish history, for all the reasons mentioned above. We’re not the only ones thrilled by Phish’s NYC residency, as the NYC Mayor’s Office tweeted that today, August 6, 2017, is officially “Phish Day.” Their message reads: “Thanks for the memories we shared, we’ll never forget either,” with a photo of Team Phish backstage at Madison Square Garden beneath a large sign that celebrates their 50th show on Friday. Thanks Mayor Bill De Blasio! Here’s a close up of the “Phish Day” proclamation:last_img read more

first_imgHurricane Laura is set to make landfall along the Texas/Louisiana border early Thursday morning possibly as a Category 4 storm.The National Hurricane Center predicts Laura will “rapidly” blow up into a major storm today, with winds over 130 miles-per-hour. Forecasters are warning of life-threatening storm surge of up to 18 feet, extreme winds and flash flooding over eastern Texas and western Louisiana, where Laura is expected to make landfall today. Right now the storm is generating ocean waves of 35 feet as it passes over the warm waters of the Gulf.A hurricane warning and a storm surge warning are in effect along the coast. Hurricane Laura is currently a Category 2 with winds of 110 miles-per-hour, and is centered about 315 miles south of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Hurricane Laura Advisory Number 26NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL132020400 AM CDT Wed Aug 26 2020…LAURA EXPECTED TO RAPIDLY STRENGTHEN TO A CATEGORY 4 HURRICANE……FORECAST TO PRODUCE A LIFE-THREATENING STORM SURGE, EXTREMEWINDS, AND FLASH FLOODING OVER EASTERN TEXAS AND LOUISIANA LATERTODAY…SUMMARY OF 400 AM CDT…0900 UTC…INFORMATION———————————————-LOCATION…26.1N 90.7WABOUT 315 MI…510 KM SSE OF LAKE CHARLES LOUISIANAABOUT 335 MI…540 KM SE OF GALVESTON TEXASMAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS…110 MPH…175 KM/HPRESENT MOVEMENT…NW OR 310 DEGREES AT 15 MPH…24 KM/HMINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE…973 MB…28.72 INCHESlast_img read more

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