On May 11th, theaters everywhere will be showing previously-unreleased footage of a classic Grateful Dead show, highlighting the band’s performance at the Sullivan Stadium in Foxboro, MA on July 2nd, 1989. The Meet-Up At The Movies event brings Deadheads together nationwide, screening not only the concert but also behind-the-scenes footage from Dead & Company’s tour.Dead & Company Announces Upcoming Performance On Jimmy Kimmel LiveIn anticipation of this fun event, the Dead has shared footage of the “He’s Gone” from that show. You can enjoy it below:This is the second video that the Grateful Dead has released ahead of the screening; “Tennessee Jed” hit YouTube a few weeks ago. Watch that here.
NZ Herald 17 August 2014A Japanese man suspected of fathering at least 15 surrogate children in Thailand planned to sire up to 1000, the Japan Times reports.The 24-year-old man said he wanted to produce between 100 and 1000 babies, according to the co-founder of an organisation that provides surrogate services in Thailand and other countries.“The best thing I can do for the world is to leave many children,” Mariam Kukunashvili of New Life Global Network quoted him as saying.She refused to introduce him to more surrogate mothers, and reported her suspicions to the Japanese embassy and Interpol.Thai police are investigating the man for possible trafficking offences, after it emerged he had taken three babies out of the country in the past year, Police General Ek Ungsananont said.Kapook.com news site reported investigators said DNA tests confirmed that nine infants found in a Thai condominium last week shared a common father.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11310036
RelatedPosts Buhari approves deployment of Permanent Secretaries New Perm Sec assumes duty at Ministry of Youth and Sports Ogba resigns membership from AFN Board The Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development has cautioned the suspended President of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, Engr. Ibrahim Shehu Gusau, to subject himself to the outcome of the proceedings of the December 3, 2019 meeting in Abuja in accordance with extant rules and regulations.The Ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Olusade Adesola, gave the warning in a memo he personally signed on Thursday.Adesola also added that the Ministry is statutorily responsible for the formulation, supervision, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programmes on sports administration in the country.He said: “In the discharge of these responsibilities, the ministry, through the 38 national sports federations under its supervision, ensures the compliance with laid down rules and regulations of the code of governance, which the Constitution of the National Sports Federations recognises.“By appropriation, the ministry is equally responsible for the financial sponsorship of most activities of the national sports federations, the preparation and participation at international competitions as well as the presentation of Nigerian athletes at international competitions.“And, in accordance with provisions of Article 13(1) of the Code of Governance for National Sports Federations, each national sports federation is expected to furnish the ministry with its quarterly and annual performance report of its activities.”The Permanent Secretary, however, said Ministry acknowledges that national sports federations are independent in the administration of their day to day activities, but stressed that none of them could be said to be autonomous of government due to the constitutional provisions as well as the appropriation support from the Federation Account of the Federal Government.Tags: afnIbrahim Shehu GusauOlusade Adesola