Colorado Dispensary Readies For Phish Dick’s Run With Themed THC Wax

first_imgWhen Phish started their annual tradition to play Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO back in 2011, the legalization of recreational marijuana was nothing more than a fantasy. Four years later, that fantasy has not only become a reality, but it has also managed to contribute significantly to the state’s economy.It’s no surprise that, as Phish gets ready for their 5th consecutive Labor Day blowout at Dick’s, one dispensary is offering up various types of ice wax, themed after various songs from the Phish catalog. Phish Fans Organize Second Line Parade Through Dick’s ShakedownRiverRock Cannabis in Denver, CO is serving everything from “Kill Devil Falls” to the “OG Faced Boy” and more! Check out the menu below:Unfortunately the dispensary hasn’t done the best job of advertising this promotion, but you can call and confirm that RiverRock is serving up some “Harpua” and more. So kick back, relax, and enjoy!If you’re heading to Dick’s this weekend, don’t miss Pigeons Playing Ping Pong’s extensive “You Enjoy My Dick’s Run” in Colorado, surrounding the Phish shows. Details here.last_img read more

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Gallery Events

first_imgLabor Day Art ShowLevitas Center For The Arts, SouthamptonOpening: Saturday, September 1, 4 to 6 PMClosing: Friday, September 7, 4 to 6 PMThe Southampton Artists Association Labor Day Art Show will be held Wednesday, August 29, through Sunday, September 9. The show, which is held at Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center, will feature photography, paintings, drawing, and sculptures. For more info visit www.southamptonartists.org.Festival of the ArtsSt. Mark’s Church, Westhampton BeachWesthampton Beach Festival of the Arts returns this Labor Day weekend to St. Mark’s Church. The event takes place on Saturday, September 1, and Sunday, September 2. Each year, artisans and their artwork transform the Great Lawn into an extraordinary outdoor gallery of works in sculpture, jewelry, painting, photography and mixed-media, created using a variety of materials, styles, and techniques.Find exquisite creations in glass, ceramics, fiber art, metalwork, and wood. Enjoy the opportunity to interact with the artisans, and learn how they came to their artform and how the pieces were created. The event is held Saturday from 10 AM to 6 PM and Sunday from 11 AM to 6 PM. For more info visit www.paragonartevents.com.BoldJackson Carriage House, AmagansettOpening: Friday, August 31, 5 to 8 PMfolioeast presents the group show “Bold.” The show presents paintings, prints, and outdoor sculpture by artists Dennis Leri, Aurelio Torres, James DeMartis, Bill Kiriazis, Mary Antczak, Pamela Dove, Perry Burns, Jonathan Glynn, Barbara Groot, and David Rufo. The show will be held at the Jackson Carriage House in Amagansett and runs August 31 through September 3.Stephen WilkesTulla Booth Gallery, Sag HarborOpening: Friday, August 31, 6 to 8 PMTulla Booth Gallery in Sag Harbor presents Meet the Artist: Stephen Wilkes on Friday, August 31, from 6 to 8 PM. Wilkes will display his popular “Day to Night” series, including exciting images of the most beloved cities and sites of the world. Wilkes photographs from a stationary 50-foot crane. The exhibit will continue through September 27. For more info, visit www.tullaboothgallery.com.Drawing RoomThe Drawing Room, East HamptonThe Drawing Room Gallery in East Hampton presents works by artists Charles Jones, including early 20th Century photographs, and sculptures by Fiona Waterstreet. The show will open on Friday, August 31 and run through September 30. For more info, visit www.drawingroom-gallery.com.Michele DragonettiRoman Fine Art, East HamptonOpening: Saturday, September 1, 6 to 8 PMRoman Fine Art in East Hampton presents “Michele Dragonetti – Re-emergent.” Dragonetti’s second solo exhibition at the gallery once again highlights photographs from her Boat Hull series. The show runs through October 1.Artists SpeakThe Art Barge, AmagansettTalk: Wednesday, September 5, at 6 PMThe Victor D’Amico Institute of Art at The Art Barge in Amagansett presents the series Artists Speak, with Peter Spacek in conversation with Casey Dalene on Wednesday, September 5, at 6 PM. Peter Spacek was born in Germany and raised in California. His love of drawing brought him to New York to pursue a career in editorial illustration. Visit www.theartbarge.org. Share Photography by Michele Dragonettilast_img read more

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Under-17s into Yokohama Cup final

first_imgThe Academy have been out in Germany for the tournament since last Friday (May 18th).They kicked it off with a 3-1 win against FC Midtyilland, thanks to goals from Vince Harper, Marcus Day and man of the match Antoine Semenyo.James Burford netted in matchday two, as City held FL Bouchum to a 1-1 draw, before a 1-0 loss to Heidenheim followed.But City secured their semi-final place against Eintracht Frankfurt, which the sides drew 1-1. It was then a test of nerves for the penalty shoot-out but the young Robins kept their cool to win 4-2.Bradd Webb hits winning pen as @bcfcacademy1 u17s win the semi final penalty shoot out to head into tomorrow’s final 👏👏👌 pic.twitter.com/ovUW7OilZQ— Brian Tinnion (@tinnion_brian) May 20, 2018And Bradley Webb confidently tucked home the winning spot-kick, as you can watch in the tweet above.The Academy face Zenit St Petersburg in the Yokohama Cup final at 4pm today (Monday, May 21st, 3pm UK kick-off).last_img read more

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Premier League clubs ranked by the average stay of their players – shortest to longest

first_img 20 The days of one-club men in the Premier League are seemingly over.No longer do we see the likes of Jamie Carragher, Steven Gerrard, Gary Neville, Ledley King and Tony Hibbert leading their beloved teams.Nowadays it’s more likely to see players hop from club to club as they try to reach the top, or leave clubs too early and, sometimes rapidly, drop down the football pyramid.So, with help from the CIES Football Observatory, we’ve taken a look at which Premier League sides hold on to their stars for the longest.Click the right arrow above to see which teams’ players have the longest average stay… 20 20 6. West Brom – Average player stay = 3.09 seasons 20 14. Liverpool – Average player stay = 2.54 seasons 11. Leicester City – Average player stay = 2.65 seasons 20 20 20 16. Watford – Average player stay = 2.31 seasons 17. Aston Villa – Average player stay = 2.30 seasons 19. West Ham United – Average player stay = 2.27 seasons 20 7. Manchester United – Average player stay = 3.08 seasons 13. Southampton – Average player stay = 2.56 seasons 20 20 1. Everton – Average player stay = 4.14 seasons 20 20 10. Norwich City – Average player stay = 2.81 seasons 5. Manchester City – Average player stay = 3.19 seasons 20 20 9. Stoke City – Average player stay = 2.88 seasons 20 8. Swansea City – Average player stay = 2.92 seasons 15. Crystal Palace – Average player stay – 2.43 seasons 3. Chelsea – Average player stay = 3.33 seasons 20 20 12. Bournemouth – Average player stay = 2.59 seasons 20 4. Newcastle United – Average player stay = 3.21 seasons 20. Sunderland – Average player stay = 2.24 seasons – find out which clubs have players stay the longest , just click the arrow above 20 2. Arsenal – Average player stay = 3.80 seasons 20 18. Tottenham Hotspur – Average player stay = 2.28 seasons last_img read more

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