Today, Phish has confirmed webcasts for each of their four upcoming sold-out New Year’s run shows, set to take place from December 28th–31st at New York’s Madison Square Garden.The LivePhish webcasts will be available to order as a discounted four-night package or by individual night in 4K, HD, and SD quality. In addition to the webcasts, Phish has announced a contest to give away a four-night 4K webcast pass and a $500 LivePhish gift certificate. Three additional winners will receive a New Year’s Eve 4K webcast and a $100 LivePhish gift certificate. You can enter the contest for free here.For more information, or to pre-order your Phish New Year’s run webcasts now, head here.While you wait for New Year’s run to arrive, you can get in the mood with our Phishmas 2018 Advent calendar as we reveal one Phishy surprise per day.
This is not to be missed! For one-night-only, Harry Connick, Jr. will be performing in concert at Lincoln Center. Tickets are now available to see the Grammy and Emmy winner and Tony nominee at Avery Fisher Hall on March 7, 2015. The show marks Connick’s return to the New York stage since his sold out two-week concert run at Broadway’s Neil Simon Theater in July 2010. The concert will feature music from Connick’s vast musical catalog, including songs from his most recent releases Smokey Mary and Every Man Should Know. To date, Connick has released 29 albums, won three Grammy Awards and two Emmy Awards, and garnered sales of 28 million. In addition to his prolific music career, Connick was seen on Broadway in the smash hit and Tony Award winning musical The Pajama Game, for which he earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Actor in a Musical. Connick recently returned for a second year as judge on American Idol, with season 14 of the show premiering in January 2015. View Comments
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An accused drug dealer from Uniondale is among 13 suspects that authorities said were busted for their alleged ties to a New York City-based heroin trafficking ring stretching as far as Pennsylvania.Kenneth Parris, 42, was indicted on multiple counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell. Of the 179 charges in the indictment, the top counts went to alleged kingpin Brian Bacon, 52, of the Bronx, who called himself “The Prime Minister.” Bacon was charged with operating as a major trafficker.“For the third time in as many weeks, we have dismantled a large heroin ring that allegedly crossed county and state lines, stretching from Pittsburgh to Long Island,” said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.Prosecutors said Parris was one of Bacon’s main resellers, with others based in the city and upstate New York. Only one of Bacon’s two suppliers have been identified, authorities said. The alleged Pittsburgh-based dealer traveled to Manhattan by bus, according to investigators.The 10-month investigation, which was dubbed “Operation Iron Horse,” included covert physical surveillance and hundreds of hours of wiretaps, authorities said.
Press Trust Of India COMMENT “With the time which is in our hand, we must ensure that India is no more a country which is not taken seriously in the Olympics. I will definitely not be satisfied as a sports minister of the country if we don’t win medals,” he said. The minister said nest year’s Tokyo Olympics is the immediate target but infrastructure needs to be put in place for future events for athletes to perform well. “Tokyo is an immediate target with the existing talent. We cannot create champions overnight. It’s not possible to create world champions in a year or two. We have to ensure that the entire infrastructure is in place,” Rijiju said.”Having said that, we have certain existing talents at our disposal and we have to make the best of it. I hope Tokyo 2020 will be a good platform for India to have a best-ever Olympic performance but we have limitations. However, there is nothing stopping us from 2024 Paris and especially the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics which is more than 8 years away” he added.READ: Lost in translation: swimmer Sun Yang’s doping case hits interpretation snagOn performing well at international eventsRijiju also emphasised on the need to do well at international sporting events.”As a young nation, we can’t afford to lag behind in the international level of competition — be it the Olympics, Asian Games or any of the world championships.”We are a young nation that’s why we have to set an ambitious target. In the meeting with IOA (national Olympic body) and NSFs (sports federations), I had given them a very ambitious target. It’s not easy but not impossible either,” he said. “We are rising. In the last six months, our ranking and performance has increased. Most of the results I’ve calculatedare the best-ever,” he said.READ: India’s chess wizard Viswanathan Anand turns 50READ: David Schumacher to race in MRF Challenge SUBSCRIBE TO US “If we can’t prepare ourselves for something that far (2028 Los Angeles Olympics) then we have to blame ourselves in terms of policymaking, setting a direction and channelising the resources,” Rijiju said at FICCI’s “Turf 2019” Global Sports Summit First Published: 11th December, 2019 15:03 IST FOLLOW US Last Updated: 11th December, 2019 16:10 IST Rijiju Expects Best-ever Haul In Tokyo, Sets Sight On 2028 Olympics Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju is hoping for a best-ever medal haul from the country’s athletes in the Tokyo Olympics. Also has a vision for 2028 Olympics Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju is hoping for a best-ever medal haul from the country’s athletes in the Tokyo Olympics but warned that the blame would lie with all the stakeholders if India fails to put up a good show in the 2028 Games. Rijiju said eight years should be enough for India to prepare its best for the Los Angeles Olympics.F1: Watch young Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen battle in kart raceKiren Rijiju on 2028 preparations Written By LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE