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first_imgEarlier in the year, The Peach Music Festival dropped the highly anticipated lineup for its 2018 edition, which will take place at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania, from July 19th through 22nd (almost a full month earlier than it has in previous years). At the time of the original announcement, the festival revealed that it would host Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, two sets of Gov’t Mule (including a “Dark Side of the Mule” set), two sets of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, the return of Dickey Betts and his band (marking the Allman Brothers Band original member’s first announced show since ending his retirement), two sets of moe., the annual “Wake Up with Warren Haynes”, two sets of Twiddle including “Twiddle & Friends”, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Blackberry Smoke, and many moreFamily And Friends Of The Allman Brothers Reunite At Peach Fest For Gregg & Butch Tribute [Audio]Today, The Peach Music Festival added to their already enviable list of headlining performers, announcing that now Umphrey’s McGee has joined the ranks of acts who will perform at the event. In addition to this truly impressive list of headliners, the festival has also tapped Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Turkuaz, Spafford, The Marcus King Band, Leftover Salmon, Dumpstaphunk, Anders Osborne & Jackie Greene, Nicki Bluhm, Aqueous, BIG Something, Ghost Light (featuring Tom Hamilton & Holly Bowling), and The Main Squeeze to appear during the event. The impressive lineup is rounded out by Brandon “Taz” Niederauer Band, Organ Freeman, Driftwood, The Magic Beans, Midnight North, Litz, Mo Lowda & The Humble, The Blue Stones, Soule Monde, Gatos Blancos, Flux Capacitor, JP Biondo, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Bishop Gunn, Funky Dawgz Brass Band, and Juice.Check out an updated lineup card for The Peach Music Festival below, and head to the Peach Fest website for more details and tickets.[Photo: Phierce Photo]last_img read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York CHAPTER I:AROUND THE WORLDHere are some things everyone should know about global warming (all reports guaranteed true):In Europe, the bears are confused. It’s too warm to hibernate at their normal time, and all the berries are gone. Where the bears will find food, and what they’ll do with their spare time if warm weather persists, is anybody’s guess.Butterflies are moving north, from Italy all the way to Finland. If you happen to live in Helsinki and have just spent a fortune on down vests and large quantities of alcoholic beverages for a long, dark winter, butterflies can be quite disconcerting.The flowers are also bewildered—many blooming during Europe’s increasingly warm winters (which seem like early spring to them). Forsythia is blooming several months early in alpine valleys in Austria.In the Rockies, ski resorts are making contingency plans to move to higher elevations, where there’s actually some dependable snow. Some resorts have already lobbied the U.S. government for new leases on federal land at higher altitudes.On a positive note, global warming is nothing but good news for cockroaches! They thrive in warmer weather, so we can expect them to reproduce more frequently during the year, and more of them will survive the new, shorter winters. (Same goes for fleas and ticks, by the way.)CHAPTER II:IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOODIs global warming coming to your neighborhood? Look for possible clues:A. While walking your dog in January you start to sneeze and your eyes begin to itch. Is that really a field of ragweed your dog is peeing in?B. Your local NFL team has shed its hot helmets and pads and is now wearing shorts and T-shirts and playing in the brand new NTFL: the National Touch Football League. Their stadium has been completely air-conditioned.C. Canadian travel ads appear in your local newspaper, offering “Yukon Ice-Skating Vacations”—a tour of the last three naturally frozen ponds in North America.CHAPTER III:TAKE ACTION!Here’s what you can do about global warming:Politically:Write a letter expressing your concerns to President Obama, your senator and your congressman. This will make you feel better, but will accomplish absolutely nothing.Ironically, some say our only hope may be Texas, an epicenter of global warming. If Texas has six months of 110-degree heat and its low-lying cities (i.e. Galveston and Corpus Christi) vanish into the Gulf of Mexico, that may get some attention from Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Then again, maybe not.Personally:1. Build a large wooden boat. Collect a male and a female of your favorite species.2. Buy retirement property in the “New Sun Belt” while prices are still low. (This includes North Dakota, Montana, parts of Idaho, Alaska and northern Maine.)3. Check out emerging investment opportunities: Roach Motel is clearly one product poised to set new sales records. And Wall Street is excited about earnings from companies that make SPF 400 sunscreen products, as well as the rumor that Warren Buffett has bought the two remaining companies in America that still make large hats.4. Start a branch of the GWDC (Global Warming Defense Corps) on your block. You’ll learn basic survival skills, like “Xtreme grilling”—including recipes for simple meals to cook on the hood of your car or on concrete sidewalks.Note: Experts will also teach you which strategies and weapons are effective against hordes of hungry, confused European bears.Global warming is here. It’s time for all of us to adapt and evolve.last_img read more