This Is What A 24-Hour Phish Radio Playlist Looks Like

first_img[Via WNRN Website] Last Friday, we reported about an independent radio station, WNRN, that was planning a 24-hour Phish marathon in honor of their appearance of the 2016 edition of Lockn’. The Charlottesville, VA station fulfilled their promise with 24 hours of Phish programming, with selections spanning the band’s entire career.The station only took three commercial breaks during the 24 hour period, which spanned from 6 PM on Friday, June 3rd through 6 PM on the 4th. The full list includes some iconic selections, including the band’s 2000 show in Japan, Hampton Comes Alive, some Live Phish tracks, and more. The station also does a Grateful Dead program on Saturday mornings, and used the time to play Dead music with Trey Anastasio on lead guitar (i.e. Fare Thee Well and Furthur with Anastasio from Lockn’ 2013).You can see the full setlist below. If you’re as big of a Phish nerd as we are, you’ll be glad you did.WNRN’s Phish Playlist06:00:22p Phish Cavern 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA06:12:21p Phish Tweezer>Taste 3/7/09 Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, VA06:42:47p Phish Weekapaug Groove 7/2/1997 Amsterdam, NL07:01:43p Phish Rift Hampton Comes Alive07:13:09p Phish Divided Sky 2/17/1997 Amsterdam, NL07:34:50p Phish Undermind 8/31/2012 Dick’s Sporting Goods Commerce, CO07:56:20p Phish Gumbo 3/07/2009 Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, VA08:01:43p Phish My Friend, My Friend 6/15/10 nTelos Pavilion Portsmouth VA08:15:15p Phish Harpua >2001>Harpua 7/16/1994 Sugarbush Summerstage. North Fayston, VT08:42:10p Phish Wilson > My Soul 2/17/1997 Amsterdam, NL08:56:53p Phish The Wedge 12/05/2009 JPJA Charlottesville, VA09:03:10p Phish Sneakin’ Sally Thru The Alley 12/05/2009 JPJA Charlottesville, VA09:18:05p Phish Carini 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA09:42:23p Phish Stash > I Didn’t Know 6/15/95 Lakewood Amphitheatre – Atlanta, GA10:03:24p Phish Julius 12/7/1995 Niagara Falls Convention Center. Niagara Falls, NY10:17:12p Phish Boogie On Reggae Woman > NICU Hampton Comes Alive10:37:40p Phish The Mango Song> Down w/ Disease 6/18/94 Set: I UIC Pavilion – Univ10:59:46p Phish Heavy Things 3/07/2009 Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, VA11:05:28p Phish Punch You in the Eye 3/07/2009 Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, VA11:19:41p Phish Ghost 7/1/1997 Amsterdam, NL11:47:58p Phish The Lizards 8/26/1989 Townshed, VT Live Phish Vol. 912:01:10a Phish Gumbo 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan12:01:10a Phish Llama 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan12:01:10a Phish Fee 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan12:54:19a Phish Split Open And Melt 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan01:09:38a Phish Back On The Train 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan01:23:11a Phish Twist 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan01:41:22a Phish Fukuoka Jam #1 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan01:57:42a Phish Walk Away 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan02:04:41a Phish Fukuoka Jam #2 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan02:11:48a Phish 2001 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan02:26:00a Phish The Squirming Coil 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan02:39:16a Phish Tube Hampton Comes Alive02:43:29a Phish Quinn The Eskimo Hampton Comes Alive02:48:11a Phish Driver Hampton Comes Alive02:51:50a Phish Split Open And Melt Hampton Comes Alive02:59:51a Phish Axilla I Hampton Comes Alive03:09:37a Phish Axilla I Hampton Comes Alive03:19:12a Phish Harry Hood > Character Zero Hampton Comes Alive03:41:51a Phish Cavern Hampton Comes Alive03:46:19a Phish Wilson > Big Black Furry Creature Hampton Comes Alive03:58:38a Phish Llama Veterans Memorial Auditorium Columbus, OH 6/22/9404:03:08a Phish The Divided Sky 8/26/1989 Townshed Family Park. Townshed, VT Live Phish Vol. 904:17:35a Phish Water in the Sky 7/10/99 E Centre, Camden NJ Live Phish Vol:804:23:29a Phish Tube Hampton Comes Alive04:27:42a Phish David Bowie 6/15/1995 Lakewood Amphitheater. Atlanta, GA04:53:21a Phish First Tube 6/15/10 nTelos Pavilion Portsmouth VA04:59:51a Phish Funky Bitch Hampton Comes Alive05:07:29a Phish Split Open And Melt Hampton Comes Alive05:22:20a Phish Boogie On Reggae Woman > NICU Hampton Comes Alive05:34:00a Phish Bathtub Gin > The Vibration of Life 11/19/1996 Municipal Auditorium. Kansas City MO05:52:25a Phish Sanity 10/31/96 Omni Atlanta, GA Live Phish Vol :1505:58:09a Phish Dogs Stole Things Hampton Comes Alive06:05:11a Phish Train Song 8/13/1996 Deer Creek Music Center. Noblesville IN Live Phish Vol. 1206:08:12a Phish Waste 8/13/1996 Deer Creek Music Center. Noblesville IN Live Phish Vol. 1206:17:13a Phish You Enjoy Myself 10/14/1995 Austin Music Hall, Austin, TX06:47:53a Phish Bittersweet Motel 8/19/1998 Lemonwheel, Limestone, Maine06:51:36a Phish Wading In The Velvet Sea Hampton Comes Alive06:58:26a Phish Roggae Hampton Comes Alive07:08:53a Phish Wolfman’s Brother 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA07:20:39a Phish Halley’s Comet 9/18/2000 Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, OH07:39:30a Phish The Horse > Silent in the Morning 7/16/1994 Sugarbush Summerstage07:46:02a Phish AC/ DC Bag 6/15/10 nTelos Pavilion Portsmouth VA07:54:21a Phish First Tube 6/15/10 nTelos Pavilion Portsmouth VA08:04:13a Phish Theme from the Bottom 6/15/10 nTelos Pavilion Portsmouth VA08:12:30a Phish Character Zero 3/7/09 Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, VA08:22:13a Phish Timber > Billy Breathes 2/17/1997 Amsterdam, NL08:36:01a Phish Lifeboy 8/13/1996 Deer Creek Music Center. Noblesville IN Live Phish Vol. 1208:46:19a Phish Foam Hampton Comes Alive08:56:08a Phish When The Circus Comes 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA09:09:29a 5:40 Grateful Dead Built to Last Fare Thee Well Soldier Field. Chicago, IL 7/5/201509:15:10a 14:34 Grateful Dead China Cat Sunflower>I Know You Rider Fare Thee Well Soldier Field. Chicago, IL 7/5/201509:36:59a 7:52 Grateful Dead Samson and Delilah Fare Thee Well Soldier Field. Chicago, IL 7/5/201509:48:14a 13:38 Grateful Dead Truckin’ Fare Thee Well Soldier Field. Chicago, IL 7/5/201510:10:42a 13:10 Grateful Dead Cassidy Fare Thee Well Soldier Field. Chicago, IL 7/5/201510:32:25a 7:43 Grateful Dead Althea Fare Thee Well Soldier Field. Chicago, IL 7/5/201510:46:42a 11:00 Grateful Dead Not Fade Away Fare Thee Well Soldier Field. Chicago, IL 7/5/201511:04:58a 7:04 Furthur with Trey Anastasio Bertha 9/7/13 at Lockn’ Music Festival11:16:13a 4:43 Phish Sample In A Jar 6/22/1994 Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Columbus, OH11:25:36a 7:47 Phish Ya Mar 12/05/2009 JPJA Charlottesville, VA11:39:54a 6:54 Phish Piper Hampton Comes Alive11:53:02a 4:54 Phish Sweet Virginia 12/05/2009 JPJA Charlottesville, VA12:02:32p 4:20 Phish My Generation Live Phish Vol: 14 Rosemont Il12:04:02p 6:50 Phish Roses Are Free 10/20/2013 Hampton Coliseum, Hampton VA12:10:53p 3:42 Phish Takin’ Care of Business 10/20/13 Hampton, VA12:22:16p 5:38 Phish 2001 6/15/10 nTelos Pavilion Portsmouth VA12:27:55p 7:08 Phish Rock and Roll Live Phish Vol: 5 7/8/00 Alpine Theater, WI12:41:12p 2:41 Phish Sabotage (Live) Hampton Comes Alive12:43:54p 6:04 Phish Boogie on Reggae Woman (Live) Hampton Comes Alive12:56:14p 6:55 Phish Loving Cup (Live) Live Phish 3/6/09 Hampton Va01:03:01p 7:23 Phish Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It Hampton Comes Alive01:09:01p 4:57 Phish Bold As Love 8/26/1989 Townshed Family Park. Townshed, VT Live Phish Vol. 901:13:59p 5:11 Phish Cities SLIP, STITCH, & PASS01:19:12p 3:14 Phish Peaches en Regalia Chicago 9401:29:13p 4:34 Phish La Grange (Live)01:33:48p 4:52 Phish Tubthumping Hampton Comes Alive01:42:54p 4:41 Phish Frankenstein 12/14/1995 Broome County Arena. Binghamton, NY01:47:36p 6:38 Phish Funky Bitch Hampton Comes Alive01:54:14p 5:21 Phish Sanity 10/31/96 Omni Atlanta, GA Live Phish Vol :1502:08:04p 9:06 Phish It’s Ice 3/07/2009 Hampton Coliseum. Hampton, VA02:17:10p 6:04 Phish Mound 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA02:23:15p 6:36 Phish Saw It Again 7/1/1997 Amsterdam, NL02:36:06p 6:10 Phish Guelah Papyrus Hampton Comes Alive02:42:17p 5:37 Phish If I Could 6/22/1994 Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Columbus, OH02:55:30p 3:47 Phish Dinner And A Movie 8/26/1989 Townshed Family Park. Townshed, VT Live Phish Vol. 903:00:00p 7:33 Phish Sleeping Monkey 8/13/1996 Deer Creek Music Center. Noblesville IN Live Phish Vol. 1203:07:33p 9:06 Phish Bug 08/14/2010 Alpine Valley Music Theatre. East Troy, WI03:16:39p 9:06 Phish Ocelot 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA03:25:45p 2:17 Phish Dog Faced Boy 6/18/94 Set: I UIC Pavilion – Univ03:28:02p 12:26 Phish Llama 7/2/1997 Amsterdam, NL03:40:38p 10:09 Phish Guyute 12/7/1995 Niagara Falls Convention Center. Niagara Falls, NY03:58:55p 8:33 Phish Taste 6/15/10 nTelos Pavilion Portsmouth VA04:16:24p 9:07 Phish Runaway Jim 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA04:34:05p 10:18 Phish Maze 6/22/1994 Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Columbus, OH04:51:02p 6:39 Phish Suzy Greenberg 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA04:58:04p 6:40 Phish Fee 6/14/2000 Drum Lodge, Fukuoka, Japan05:11:25p 2:43 Phish Old Home Place 12/05/2009 JPJA Charlottesville, VA05:17:36p 10:13 Phish Run Like An Antelope 12/05/2009 JPJA Charlottesville, VA05:36:39p 6:36 Phish Chalk Dust Torture 2013/10/18 Hampton, VA05:49:41p 4:04 Phish Dirt 7/1/1997 Amsterdam, NL05:59:18p 4:11 Phish Sparkle 2013/10/18 Hampton, VAlast_img read more

Office of Student Affairs to set up bias reporting form

first_imgThe Office of Student Affairs is introducing an online reporting form for students to anonymously report their experiences with biases on campus.The form will enable students to anonymously report their experiences with or eyewitness accounts of incidents relating to bias, which is defined on the Student Affairs website as “a preformed negative opinion or attitude toward a group of persons based on their race, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, natural origin, or gender identity.”The Bias Assessment Response & Support website went live two weeks ago and lists phone numbers for reporting incidents until the online form is uploaded as an option. The form is set to go online within the week.Lynette Merriman, assistant provost for Student Affairs, oversees Support and Advocacy, the department that handles bias reporting. She explained that a campaign would follow the release of the form to increase student awareness about the resource.“The form should be up fairly soon, and when we do that, that’s when we can really start on doing a campaign throughout the university,” Merriman said. “We’re also going to emphasize some of the wonderful support resources that we have for our students.”Merriman said campaign efforts will largely consist of increasing awareness through advertisements on campus, reaching out to cultural groups at USC, distributing educational resources and obtaining student feedback.“I’m also working with a group of students who have been talking to other students about what’s the best way to communicate this to the university community, like, ’how should I capitalize on social media to communicate this?’” Merriman said. “But I think a good part of it is having conversations with students.”Merriman listed out some examples of biases that can be reported with this new system.“Racism is an example of bias. Discrimination is a form of bias; so are things like Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, oppression and so on,” she said, emphasizing that colleges across the nation grapple with these issues and USC is no exception.USC’s Asian Pacific American Student Services as well as the Asian American Studies Center at UCLA received racist and misogynistic fliers that were sent anonymously in Spring 2014. The fliers contained offensive language and images directed at Asian Americans and, more specifically, Asian-American women.The official response made last year by the Asian Pacific American Student Assembly, a student organization under Program Board, acknowledged the issue, stating that “[t]hough the United States has made institutional strides to promote equality, prejudices against APA [Asian Pacific American] women are alive and well” and that incidents like the flier would not be tolerated because, “[r]acial and culturally derogatory epithets do not have a place in conversations under any circumstance.”Mary Ho, the director of APASS, declined to comment about the incident. She did confirm, however, that APASS gave the Office of Student Affairs feedback on the implementation of this reporting system and that the organization promises to promote the program.“The existence of a campus bias protocol will open up conversations about what bias incidents look like and feel like for those who are not knowledgeable,” Ho said in an email to the Daily Trojan. “Targeted students and groups can begin to identify bias incidents when they occur and report it accordingly, now that there’s a structure in place.”Though not sparked by any one specific incident, the bias reporting system was initiated as an effort to provide students easy access to the resources available and an outlet that consolidates all types of bias incidents to be reported.“In the past, students would typically call DPS, [the Office of] Student Affairs, [the Office of] Religious Life, the cultural center[s] and a faculty or staff member,” Merriman said. “It was important that we make this easier for folks. This was not created because of any series of events. But what we’re realizing is that we wanted to do a better job educating students about reporting and making it an easy process.”When students file a report, they will be asked whether they were the victim or a friend of the victim, when and where was the incident observed, if they would like to remain anonymous or not, and for as detailed of a description they feel comfortable revealing. There will also be an opportunity on the website to upload photos, for example, of a derogatory picture posted somewhere on campus.Justice Haque, a sophomore majoring in broadcast and digital journalism, commends the efforts of the university to combat bias but has doubts about the system’s effectiveness.She said that she thought smaller incidents were unlikely to be reported, but the system could help larger racial issues.“I think people who have been discriminated against have known this their whole life — it’s not the first time,” she said. “If it were an extreme incident like a hate crime, it would definitely be reported.”These doubts are valid issues that Merriman thinks should be addressed by advancing the development of educational resources.“Some students might be saying things that may be perceived as biased and they’re not intentional,” she said. “So sometimes what they said is in fact very biased. We need to help students understand and realize the consequences of their actions since some students have not lived in diverse communities like the one we offer at the university.”last_img read more

Japan still feels effects of quake

first_imgKANAZAWA, Japan – Aftershocks shook a rural area of coastal central Japan today, a day after a powerful earthquake killed at least one person and injured 170 others as it toppled buildings, triggered landslides and generated a small tsunami along the coast. One of the aftershocks had a preliminary magnitude of 5.3 and struck at 7:19 a.m. Monday. Japan’s Meteorological Agency said there was no tsunami danger. “A fairly big aftershock hit just minutes ago and I jumped out the door,” said Tomio Maeda, manager of a convenience store in Anamizu town. “It’s scary; I guess it’s not over yet.” Sunday’s magnitude 6.9 quake struck off the north coast of Ishikawa, the Meteorological Agency said. The agency issued a tsunami warning urging people near the sea to move to higher land. “We are doing our best to rescue the victims,” he said. “We are also doing our best to assess the extent of the damage.” The quake knocked down at least 39 homes in Ishikawa and damaged another 143, the FDMA said. Most of the injuries and damage were concentrated in the city of Wajima, it added, about 193 miles northwest of Tokyo. Takeshi Hachimine, seismology and tsunami section chief at the Meteorological Agency, said the affected area was not considered earthquake-prone. The last major quake to cause casualties there was in 1933, when three people died. “After the powerful earthquake, aftershocks will continue,” Hachimine said. Japan sits atop four tectonic plates and is one of the world’s most earthquake-prone countries.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A small tsunami measuring 6 inches hit the shore 36 minutes later, the agency said. The morning quake toppled buildings, triggered landslides, cut power, interfered with phone service, broke water mains and snarled public transportation. At least one person was killed and 170 others were hurt along the country’s Sea of Japan coast, according to the Fire and Disaster Management Agency. Television footage of the quake showed buildings shaking violently for about 30 seconds. Other shots showed collapsed buildings and shops with shattered windows, streets cluttered with roof tiles and roads with cracked pavement. “We felt violent shaking. My colleagues say the insides of their houses are a mess, with everything smashed on the floor,” Wataru Matsumoto, deputy mayor of the town of Anamizu, near the epicenter, told NHK. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuhisa Shiozaki confirmed the death of a 52-year-old woman. NHK said she was crushed by a falling stone lantern. last_img read more