first_imgWith as deep and plentiful of a catalog as any band in history, the Grateful Dead wrote and performed more than 150 original songs during their thirty year reign as the greatest touring band on earth. From their well-known classics like “Friend Of The Devil,” “Sugar Magnolia,” and “Truckin’” to the rarely ever played tunes like “Rosemary” “Born Cross-Eyed” and “Maybe You Know,” the Dead canon is a treasure trove of sonic bliss for any listener willing to take it on.Phil Lesh & Friends Cover Beatles, Dylan & More In Vegas Opener [Gallery/Setlist]Thanks to one user on Archive.org, Osty Gale, you can listen to every debut version of each of the Dead’s 150+ original tunes. Beginning with “Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks)” recorded from the Dead’s January 1, 1966 at the Fillmore Auditorium all the way up until the premier of the Phil Lesh written “Unbroken Chain” performed at The Spectrum in Philadelphia on March 19, 1995, this compilation has it all. Take a listen below:Tracklisting1/8/66 – Caution (Do Not Stop On The Tracks)2/23/66 – Standing On The Corner3/12/66 – You See A Broken Heart5/19/66 – Cream puff War, Taste Bud, You Don’t Have to Ask7/3/66 – Cardboard Cowboy, Keep Rolling By10/6/66 – Alice D Millionaire3/18/67 – Golden Road6/18/67 – Alligator8/4/67 – New Potato Caboose10/22/67 – The Other One1/17/68 – Dark Star, China Cat, Eleven, Born X-Eyed,Spanish Jam1/20/68 – ClementineMay/June XX/68 – St. Stephen (shorter version – May) (Longer – June)01/17/69 – Cosmic Charlie12/7/68 – Rosemary12/20/68 – Mountains of the Moon1/24/69 – Duprees Diamond Blues, Doing That Rag6/7/69 – Dire Wolf6/21/69 – High Time6/22/69 – Casey Jones8/21/69 – Easy Wind11/1/69 – Uncle John’s Band (instrumental)11/8/69 – Cumberland Blues12/4/69 – Black Peter, Uncle John’s Band (with Lyrics)12/19/69 – Mason’s Children12/20/69 – New Speedway Boogie3/20/70 – Friend Of The Devil4/3/70 – Candyman5/14/70 – Attics Of My Life6/7/70 – Sugar Magnolia7/30/70 – To Lay Me Down8/18/70 – Truckin, Ripple, Brokedown, Operator9/17/70 – Box Of Rain9/18/70 – Til The Morning Comes2/18/71 – Bertha, Loser, Greatest Story, Wharf Rat, Playing2/19/71 – Bird Song, Deal7/31/71 – Sugaree, Mr. Charlie8/24/71 – Brown eyed Woman, Empty Pages10/19/71 – Tennessee Jed, Jack Straw, Mexicali Blues, Comes a Time, OMSN, Ramble On Rose12/31/71 – Chinatown Shuffle3/5/72 – Black Throated Wind3/21/72 – Looks Like Rain, Two Souls4/17/72 – He’s Gone6/17/72 – Stella Blue7/16/72 – Mississippi Half Step2/9/73 – Row Jimmy, Loose Lucy, Here Comes Sunshine, TLEO, Eyes,China Doll, Wave That Flag9/7/73 – Let It Grow9/8/73 – Weather Report Suite, Let Me Sing Your Blues Away2/22/74 – Ship Of Fools; Must Have Been The Roses; US Blues3/23/74 – Scarlet Begonias; Cassidy5/17/74 – Money Money6/23/74 – Seastones3/23/75 – Blues For Allah> Stronger Than Dirt6/17/75 – Help>Slip>Frank ; Crazy Fingers8/13/75 – Sage & Spirit; Music Never Stopped6/3/76 – The Wheel;Might As Well; Lazy Lightning/Supplication6/4/76 – Mission In the Rain6/28/76 – Happiness Is Drumming2/26/77 – Terrapin Station, Estimated3/18/77 – Fire On The Mountain5/1/77 – Sunrise5/15/77 – Passenger8/30/78 – If I Had The World To Give; Stagger Lee; I Need A Miracle8/31/78 – Shakedown Street; From The Heart Of Me8/4/79 – Althea, Lost Sailor8/14/79 Easy To Love You8/31/79 – Saint Of Circumstance11/4/79 – Alabama Getaway3/30/80 – Far From Me3/31/80 – Feel Like A Stranger8-28-81: Never Trust A Woman8-28-82: Day Job & West L.A. Fadeaway9-15-82: Touch of Grey9-17-82: Throwing Stones4-13-83: Maybe You Know3-25-83: My Brother Esau5-13-83: Hell in a Bucket3/28/84 – Don’t Need Love4/23/84 – Only a Fool3/27/86 – Revolutionary Hamstrung Blues12/15/86 – When Push Comes To Shove; Black Muddy River6/17/88 – Victim Or The Crime6/19/88 – Foolish Heart6/20/88 – Blow Away6/22/88 – I Will Take You Home6/23/88 – Believe it Or Not6/26.88 – Gentleman Start Your Engines10/20/88 – Built To Last2/5/89 – Standing On The Moon; We Can Run2/7/89 – Just A Little Light4/28/89 – Picasso Moon3/17/91 – Rubin & Cherise2/22/92 – So Many Roads; Wave To The Wind2/24/92 – Corrina; Long Way To Go Home2/21/93 – Lazy River Road; Eternity; Liberty2/22/93 – Days Between6/5/93 – Easy Answers6/8/94 – Samba In The Rain6/9/94 – If The Shoe Fits7/20/94 – Childhood’s End3/19/95 – Unbroken Chainlast_img read more


first_imgWednesday, members of Special Olympics Notre Dame and Best Buddies, two clubs dedicated to serving individuals with intellectual disabilities, will call upon their fellow students to participate in “End the R-Word Day” by signing banners and taking a pledge to stop using “retarded” as an offensive term, Special Olympics Notre Dame co-president and junior Laura Gardner said.Kelly Konya | The Observer “End the R-Word Day is a day about raising awareness about the dehumanizing effects of the word retarded for those with intellectual disabilities,” Gardner said. “The movement was started by Soeren Palumbo, who was a Notre Dame grad, and Tim Sharver from Yale in 2009.”Special Olympics Notre Dame co-president and senior Mo Connelly said using the word “retarded” often seems harmless but in fact offends people with intellectual disabilities by making them feel marginalized and inferior.“Many people often say, ‘it is only a word,’ but that is just not the case,” Connelly said. “In our society today, the R-word is used in a context that relates individuals with intellectual disabilities with something bad or wrong.“In order for everyone to truly practice acceptance and tolerance in our culture, the first step to take is to promote inclusive language that does not set apart a group of individuals as any less of a person than another.”Gardner said events throughout the day will draw attention to the “dehumanizing” effects of the R-word on individuals with intellectual disabilities.“Basically it invalidates their humanity,” Gardner said. “They are intelligent; they’re sisters, fathers, sons, friends. It’s a slur that puts people down.”Members of Special Olympics Notre Dame will be stationed in the LaFortune Student Center, the Hesburgh Library and at both dining halls during meal times and will ask students to show support for End the R-Word Day. Best Buddies will also host events to raise awareness, Gardner said.“We’re doing banner signings for students on campus to pledge with their signature to stop using the word retarded in a derogatory way, and Best Buddies is having their fashion show with models from a local center,” she said.Palumbo, a former Notre Dame Special Olympics president, initiated the first-ever “End the R-Word Day” while he was still a student at Notre Dame, Connelly said.“[Palumbo] decided to announce it as he was presenting for a Special Olympics event over five years ago,” Connelly said. “Luckily the idea spread like wild fire, and he was able to work with Special Olympics National to begin the ‘Spread the Word’” campaign and truly jump start this magnificent cause.”Connelly said students who are not involved with Notre Dame Special Olympics or Best Buddies should still participate by taking the pledge to stop using the word retarded.“Sign our banners and encourage others to do the same,” she said. “Most importantly, remember that our campaign is a year round effort to end the R-word. Have the courage to remove it from your vocabulary, and encourage others to do the same.”Contact Lesley Stevenson at        [email protected]: best buddies, disabilities awareness, notre dame best buddies, notre dame R word, R word, spread the word to end the wordlast_img read more


first_img Tweet Share HealthLifestyle Chemical found which ‘makes bone marrow repair skin’ by: – April 5, 2011 Share Sharecenter_img 26 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! The chemical which summons stem cells from bone marrow to the site of a wound has been discovered by scientists in the UK and Japan.The study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, identified the distress signal – HMGB1.The authors believe it can be used to put “a megaphone in the system” to improve the treatment of injuries such as burns and leg ulcers.Another UK expert said the research had potential.Bone marrow was thought to play a role in repairing damaged skin, but the exact process was unknown.Scientists at Osaka University and King’s College London gave mice bone marrow cells that glow green – which can be tracked while moving round the body.They then wounded the mice and some were given skin grafts.Megaphone medicineIn mice without grafts, very few stem cells travelled to the wound. Those with grafts had many stem cells travelling to the wound.Professor John McGrath, from King’s College London, says grafted skin tissue has no blood vessels and therefore no oxygen. He says this environment leads to the release of HMGB1 – or what he called a ‘Save Our Skin signal’ – which results in stem cells moving to the wound.He said: “It could have a very big impact on regenerative medicine for treating people with rare genetic illnesses and more common problems such as burns and ulcers.“It could potentially revolutionise the management of wound healing.”He envisaged treatments in which a drug similar to HMGB1 would be injected near to a wound.He said: “It would be like putting a megaphone in the system” bringing stem cells to the injury.Researchers in Osaka are developing a drug to mimic HMGB1. They hope to begin animal testing by the end of the year and human clinical trials shortly afterwards.Phil Stephens, professor of Cell Biology at Cardiff University, said: “I think it has potentially big clinical implications, but the key is potential if you can control it. You can’t just chuck it on, you need the right amounts at the right time.”“Identifying the mechanism is a really important first step.”Source: BBC Newslast_img read more


first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditWhatsappNorth Florida (19-11, 12-3) vs. Stetson (15-14, 9-5)Edmunds Center, DeLand, Florida; Thursday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: North Florida looks for its seventh straight win in the head-to-head series over Stetson. North Florida has won by an average of 13 points in its last six wins over the Hatters. Stetson’s last win in the series came on Jan. 28, 2017, an 88-74 win. February 26, 2020 SUPER SENIORS: North Florida has benefited heavily from its seniors. Ivan Gandia-Rosa, Garrett Sams, Wajid Aminu and JT Escobar have combined to account for 63 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 67 percent of all Ospreys points over the team’s last five games.FACILITATING THE OFFENSE: Gandia-Rosa has either made or assisted on 47 percent of all North Florida field goals over the last five games. The senior guard has 23 field goals and 41 assists in those games.UNBEATEN WHEN: North Florida is a perfect 8-0 when its defense holds opponents to a field goal percentage of 41.8 percent or less. The Ospreys are 11-11 when allowing opponents to shoot any better than that.STREAK STATS: Stetson has won its last four home games, scoring an average of 61.8 points while giving up 53.3.DID YOU KNOW: North Florida as a team has made 11.9 3-pointers per game this season, which is tops among Division I teams. The Ospreys have averaged 14 3-pointers per game over their last three games. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.comcenter_img Associated Press N. Fla. looks to extend streak vs Stetsonlast_img read more


first_img Published on October 22, 2012 at 2:56 am Related Stories STATEMENT GAME: Syracuse rushing attack sets tone in blowout win over ConnecticutSyracuse defense generates constant pressure, disrupts Connecticut offense in dominant winGallery: Syracuse dominates UConn in 40-10 victory His zip-up jacket was a slightly darker shade of blue, a block “C” embroidered over the left breast where an “S” might once have been. His hair was completely gray — silver, really — with the last of the black strands having already faded.And he stood on the opposite sideline in his return to the Carrier Dome, leading a new team against his old team for what was likely the final time.Paul Pasqualoni’s presence in Syracuse on Friday night was a throwback to the last time Orange football was relevant, the last time Central New York was on college football’s national map. As SU’s version of the old ball coach, Pasqualoni guided the Orange to nine bowl games in 14 seasons and presided over some of the program’s most successful years in history.New athletic director Daryl Gross fired him in 2004, and Pasqualoni took his coaching philosophies with him. And though they worked brilliantly in the 1990s — the prime of Big East football — Friday’s 40-10 blowout at the hands of the Orange demonstrated an inability to adjust to the changing landscape of college football as Doug Marrone, Nathaniel Hackett and Co. shredded the Huskies with their version of the modern-day spread offense.“(Syracuse’s) same concept of zone offense is the same thing South Florida does,” Pasqualoni said after the game. “Cincinnati is in it, Louisville is in it, everybody’s in that concept.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEveryone, seemingly, but Connecticut.There is no secret what you’re going to get when facing a team led by Pasqualoni and offensive coordinator George DeLeone, who spent 19 seasons coaching at Syracuse from 1985 to 2004. They are as old school as it gets — man coverage on defense, I-formation on offense — with little room for adaption, experimentation or improvisation.The Connecticut defense entered Friday’s game ranked sixth in the country in total defense, demonstrating that man coverage is an ideology that can still be effective. But its anemic offense, ranked 107th, simply cannot keep up against defenders that are exponentially stronger and more athletic than they were in Pasqualoni’s prime.UConn lined up in I-formation sets with two tight ends repeatedly against Syracuse, forcing tailback Lyle McCombs to battle a loaded box of defenders and forcing its wide receivers to win battles against double coverage on the outside due to a lack of deception and innovation.The result was a pitiful offensive performance that yielded negative-6 rushing yards as a team and a quarterback in Chandler Whitmer who was slammed by SU defenders time and time again.“There’s no question that once we got behind and we had to throw it, we felt the pressure,” Pasqualoni said. “They ran it well, they spread us out and they made big plays out of the short pass.”And that right there is the difference between the 64-year-old DeLeone and Hackett, SU’s 32-year-old offensive coordinator, whom defensive tackle Deon Goggins called “a wizard” earlier in the week. It’s the difference between Marrone, a coach who was raised on smash-mouth football, but embraced the development of the up-tempo offense, and Pasqualoni, who remains steadfast in an approach that worked two decades ago.Connecticut’s offense featured two, maybe three, targets downfield for Whitmer to throw to on a given play, and those receivers often ran predictable deep post and deep comeback patterns in obvious passing situations. Any semblance of balance was forfeited through an unimaginative running game that was swallowed up one year after it amassed more than 200 yards against the same Orange defense.Meanwhile, Syracuse’s offense on Friday was a beautiful blend of run and pass, of shotgun and single back, of power and finesse. Tailback Jerome Smith gained a career-high 133 yards on the ground through power running and pushing the pile, while wide receiver Alec Lemon torched the Connecticut secondary for 166 yards and a touchdown by taking advantage of quick throws and runs after the catch.“I think to get different guys out there — two tight ends, four wideouts, three wideouts — I think that made our guys be able to take a breath,” Hackett said. “Playing with the four running backs, I think all four of them had some carries, and I think that helped them, too. So the more fresh we can keep them, the more different things we can show, the better we will be.”It’s an illustration of how the Syracuse football program is progressing under Marrone, even though his career record (20-24) will fall short of Pasqualoni’s record (26-20) during his last four seasons at SU.At least Marrone is adapting, embracing the new direction of college football and continuing to work out the kinks of a new system that currently ranks tied for 39th in the country in total offense.Because across the way on Friday was a picture of a once-effective past that is now finding itself outdated. It’s what college football was, not what college football currently is.Said quarterback Ryan Nassib: “We really accomplished everything we set out for this game, and we executed on all three facets.”Michael Cohen is a staff writer at The Daily Orange, where his column appears occasionally. 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