Mimi Fishman Foundation Auctioning Off Jon Fishman’s Used Drumsticks Online For Charity

first_imgThe Mimi Fishman Foundation is a charitable organization started by and named for Phish drummer Jon Fishman‘s late mother, Mimi Fishman. The non-profit raises money for causes close to Fishman’s heart, including charities that seek to improve the lives of children and their families. The organization raises money by auctioning off concert paraphernalia from some of our favorite music makers, such as Phish, String Cheese Incident, Umphrey’s McGee, moe., and Yonder Mountain String Band.The Mimi Fishman Foundation has just kicked off their second online auction of 2017, which features exclusively Jon Fishman’s used and signed drumsticks various Phish shows throughout 2016 and early 2017. Some of the pairs of drumsticks come from particularly notable shows, including their 2016 New Years Eve performance, Halloween, and their performance with Bob Weir on October 18th in Nashville, as well as runs that are near and dear to fans like their annual Colorado summer tour closing run at Dick’s Sporting Good Park and January’s destination getaway in Mexico.If you’re feeling philanthropic in the next month, you can check out the auction for yourself here and bid on some of Fishman’s drumsticks, which are currently ranging in price from $110 to $570, with drumsticks from the Bob Weir show in Tennessee holding the highest bidding price after seventeen bids.last_img read more

Patrice Evra reveals Arsenal player asked to swap shirts before half time during Manchester United clash

first_img Metro Sport ReporterThursday 7 May 2020 1:38 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link316Shares Comment Patrice Evra says he enjoyed beating Arsenal more than any other team with Manchester United (Getty)Patrice Evra has revealed that he was convinced Manchester United would beat Arsenal after one of Arsene Wenger’s players asked to swap shirts before the first half had even finished.The former United left-back has named the Gunners as the team he enjoyed beating the most during his time in the Premier League.And Evra also claims that before one game against Arsenal, he spent reassuring Robin van Persie that they would ‘easily’ beat Wenger’s side.The 38-year-old also described Arsenal as his ‘lucky team’ to play against and admits he was always extremely confident of getting a result against the Gunners.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAsked to name the team he most enjoyed beating, Evra told United’s UTD Podcast: ‘Oh, Arsenal. More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Arsenal… people think I was arrogant with Arsenal, it was like your lucky team when you know you’re going to play your best game.‘I remember when Van Persie came he said: ‘Patrice, come on, you have to motivate everyone, it’s an important game.’‘I was like, ‘Robin, don’t worry, those are my kids, we’re going to win easy’ and we won.‘You remember, I think it was after the Champions League [in 2009], I made that comment when we won 3-1 at the Emirates. Patrice Evra reveals Arsenal player asked to swap shirts before half time during Manchester United clash Patrice Evra only lost four out of 21 games against Arsenal during his time at Manchester United (Getty)‘Remember when we scored that great goal in counter-attack with Ji-sung Park, [Wayne] Rooney and [Cristiano] Ronaldo, and the French journalists after the game were really like: ‘Oh, the result doesn’t reflect the philosophy of the game.’‘I was like: ‘Are you serious? I just feel like today was 11 men and against 11 babies.’‘After that it was in the paper: ‘Patrice is calling Arsenal babies!’‘But it’s just the feeling… I respect so much this club, I don’t want to disrespect this club, but it was just my feeling when I played against them – I know I’m going to win.‘I’ll be honest with you, I played against this player, and after 34 minutes they were asking: ‘Patrice, can we swap shirts at half-time?’ So I was like: I’ve already won the game.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page.center_img PATRICE EVRA VS ARSENAL Games played vs Arsenal with Man Utd: 21Wins: 13Draws: 4Losses: 4 Advertisement Patrice Evra says he was always confident about beating Arsenal (Getty Images)‘So I will tell you my philosophy… Manchester City… winning against Manchester City was like winning against a neighbour. They’re making noise, you just win and it’s okay.‘Winning against Chelsea, it was like you’re going to win the league. Because I think Chelsea was the only team looking exactly like us.‘I mean like personality, characters, strength, powerful, speed. I will say Chelsea.‘And when I was winning the best feeling was against Liverpool at Anfield.‘But the worst feeling is when you lose at Anfield. When you lose at Anfield I swear you feel like someone died for at least two weeks. The manager doesn’t speak to you anywhere, when you lost at Anfield Ferguson would pass you for three days and I wasn’t sure if I would get a ‘hi’ or a ‘are you okay?’. Advertisementlast_img read more

Manhunt suspended; Surrendering convicts still welcome –BCPO

first_imgBACOLOD City – The Philippine NationalPolice (PNP) yesterday put on hold the manhunt against persons deprived ofliberty (PDLs) who were released through the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA)following an order from the Department of Justice (DOJ) pending the issuance ofthe revised list of prematurely released heinous crime convicts. “The arrest of GCTA-freed PDLs issuspended for now. We are waiting for the list from the DOJ and then, we willresume the manhunt. However, we advise the police officers on the ground toprocess those who will surrender and turn them over to the Bureau ofCorrections,” said PNP deputy spokesperson, Lieutenant Colonel KimberlyMolitas, in a press briefing held in Camp Crame yesterday. Lieutenant Colonel Ariel Pico, BCPOspokesperson, said five freed convicts surrendered – three at Police Station 2;one at Police Station 5; and other one at Police Station 1. Pico said the BCPO has no officiallist yet of GCTA-released convicts from Bacolod City. “We need the list to make sure thatour tracker teams will arrest the right persons. We also advised all regionaldirectors to create also their own tracker teams to assist CIDG (CriminalInvestigation and Detection Group),” she added./PNcenter_img Here, the Bacolod City Police Office(BCPO) announced it still accepts those freed convicts. Molitas said the measure would ensurethat the police would only arrest those who were prematurely released throughGCTA. The GCTA Law has come under scrutinyafter the Department of Justice announced that convicted rapist-killer AntonioSanchez, former mayor of Calauan, Laguna, might be released from prison becauseof supposed good behavior.last_img read more