The grateful iteration Dead & Company has taken a page from the Grateful Dead playbook, announcing a free show in San Francisco coming up next Monday, May 23rd. The show will be held at The Fillmore, and tickets go on sale tomorrow, May 19th, at 12 PM Pacific.The band only asks that you “pay it forward” by performing some random act of kindness, and sharing it with the hashtag #DeadandCoSF. The announcement reads “Please share your good deeds and generosity with us, and let the cosmos know how you are paying it forward.” Could this band be any cooler?Perhaps one of the most famous free Grateful Dead performances came in the middle of Haight Street on March 3rd, 1968, when the band set up shop and played a show completely unannounced. When word got out, thousands flocked to the streets and witnessed the Grateful Dead magic in its glory. This image just about says it all:You can find out more information about the free show coming up this Monday, through the band’s website.
“If authorities fail to fulfill what they’ve promised us, how can we stay [in this quarantine facility]? We’re not sick, but we could die from hunger here,” a traveler from Jakarta, Helmy Latupono, said while leading a protest at the building on Wednesday afternoon.”I’ll definitely lead others to leave this building,” he added, asserting that they were healthy and therefore had no chance of transmitting the virus to locals.Read also: Maluku limits access to airports, harbors to curb COVID-19 spreadThe Maluku administration had prepared the building to quarantine anyone traveling to the region during the COVID-19 outbreak to contain the disease’s spread. The quarantine period was supposed to last 14 days.LPMP Maluku head Achli Jasim explained separately that his office had prepared 142 isolation wards in the building, as requested by the Maluku administration. The administration, however, had not specifically asked his side to provide food or medical examinations for the travelers.”Our task is to assist the COVID-19 task force in Maluku with the isolation facility,” Jasim said, suggesting that it was the task force’s duty to provide the quarantined people with food and medical tests.He further said that some of the quarantined travelers had left the building after the protest but some others decided to stay. Eighty-six of them arrived in the province aboard state ship operator Pelni’s KM Tidar passenger vessel. (vny)Topics : Dozens of travelers arriving at Yos Sudarso Port in Ambon, Maluku, on Wednesday morning reportedly expressed outrage after the city failed to provide them with food and medical examinations at its quarantine facility.The travelers had been transported to the nearby Education Quality Control Agency (LPMP) building, which has been designated as a quarantine facility during the COVID-19 pandemic, at around 4 a.m., just after setting foot in the region.They had purportedly waited for further action from the administration inside the building but nothing happened until noon. They were not given food and did not undergo health tests for COVID-19, which they claim had been promised beforehand.
Place Auctioneer Peter Bergin found a new owner for an Alderley home. (AAP image, John Gass)A TRADIE that sold up his childhood home after he got a job in New South Wales became an instant millionaire at auction.Rhys Lawler made the difficult decision to sell the Alderley home he grew up in when he took a job at power company Port Macquarie.With him departing the Sunshine State, 9 Edith St in Alderley was put up to auction, and he found no shortage of people wanting to move into his old digs.“It’s a great house, I bought it off my parents,” Mr Lawler said.“The (suburb) has become very family friendly and relatively sought after.”After some heated bidding between five interested parties in the backyard, the old Queenslander went for $1.021 million.The auction attracted a number of bidders and curious onlookers. (AAP image, John Gass)It was a high price considering the median for a house in the area is currently at $813,750, and he was clearly pleased with how smoothly the sale went.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoAgent Matthew Jabs from Place Newmarket said the house was a bit more than you average old Queenslander in a good suburb.“This is a very tightly held street, a lot of the people here have been here for 30 to 40 years,” Mr Jabs said.“If anything comes up it gets a lot of interest.”At 602 sqm it was a lot larger than a lot of other homes in the neighbourhood, and with a recent renovation, the elevated home four bedrooms, a covered deck an office and a living room on each storey.The home has had a dramatic makeover yet retained its original character.Buyers agent for the winning bidder Belinda Shields said the family from Wavell Heights would be the new owners.“It’s a character home which they liked very much, we recognise that Alderley is a very good area especially in this location,” Ms Shields said.9 Edith Street, Alderley was held by the same family for decades.As for Mr Lawler he will have the pick of the litter of Port Macquarie homes when he moved down in a few weeks, with the median house price currently at $570,000.“Yeah, it is a very different market,” Mr Lawler said.
Image Courtesy: Twitter(@yuzi_chahal)/IndiatimesAdvertisement 5tdv2NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vss017bWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ecdei( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2kq65Would you ever consider trying this?😱ws4pCan your students do this? 🌚evatRoller skating! Powered by Firework Indian Cricket Team icon Yuzvendra Chahal stays very active on social media, and his latest post to gather the attention of the fans are another of his training drills, which he often shares with the netizens from the gym. However this time, the spin bowler is doing his workout at home, as the COVID-19 crisis has made gyms unavailable. However, the video gets a special attention from a former legendary cricketer- Yuvraj Singh joins in with his usual funny banter!Advertisement Image Courtesy: Twitter(@yuzi_chahal)/IndiatimesYuzvendra Chahal is a known workout freak, and even in the current situation, the international cricketer has a number of dumbbells at his disposal. In a video shared on his official Twitter handle yesterday, Chahal was seen doing squats, rows and shoulder raises with dumbbells.The clip came with an inspirational caption: “The pain you feel today is the strength you’ll feel tomorrow..!! 🤝💪” Check it out below-Advertisement The Men in Blue fan base is pretty familiar with Chahal’s regular uploads of his training drills, and they stormed the comments with appreciation, as the video already gathered over 74k views and 9.7k likes.However, the twist came with Yuvraj Singh. The retired all rounder is famous for his trolls and leg pulls on his teammates and compatriots, and this time, the 38 year old took a witty dig at Chahal, comparing him to a ‘chuhey’, which translates to ‘mouse’ in Hindi.“Oh bale oh tere chuhey 🐭 💪🏼” Yuvi commented on the clip. In the current lock down, Chahal and Yuvraj’s activities aren’t just limited to workout and banters. Both the stars have done their part in India’s fight against the novel Coronavirus pandemic.Back in April, Yuvi announced on Twitter that he had contributed Rs 50 lakh to the PM-CARES Fund.Chahal, a former international youth chess player, took part in an online fundraising chess tournament named “Chess For Charity”, organised by chess.com on 25th April. The tournament, which also featured international icons like Viswanathan Anand, Tania Sachdev and Antonio Radic, had raised n amount of Rs 8.86 lakh.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-AIBA accuses BFI of unpaid fees; threatens suspension! Advertisement