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Old School Percy Hill Show: June 17

This afternoon we were discussing bands our readers would like to see reform to record new material a la The Cars and The Feelies as part of our #htconvo when

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Phish Fall Tour 2010: The Tour Dates and a Look at Each of the Venues

After two scintillating legs of summer touring, Phish has just announced the schedule for Fall Tour 2010. The 15-show tour starts with a headlining set at Austin City Limits and brings them to a number of venues they haven’t played before including the new 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, CO; the Augusta Civic Center in Augusta, ME; the Utica Memorial Auditorium in Utica, NY; the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, NH and Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

Phish also visits three venues they have played before – the North Charleston Coliseum in North Charleston, SC (11/18/1995 & 10/27/1996), the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI (12/29/1994, 12/12/1995, 04/04/1998, 04/05/1998 & 12/13/1999) and the Mullins Center in Amherst, MA (04/16/1994, 11/03/1994, 12/04/1995 & 12/05/1995). The tour ends with a three-night stand at Boardwalk Hall that is likely to include a 3-set Halloween performance in which the band will don a musical costume by covering another group’s album.

In a first, the group will give ticket buyers free MP3 copies of the shows they attend after it happens at LivePhish.com. The band’s MusicToday site will be updated momentarily for online ticket requests with the request period ending on Friday, September 3rd at Noon. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Sept. 10 and 11.

October 8: Austin City Limits – Austin, TX
October 10 – 12: 1st Bank Center – Broomfield, CO
October 15 – 16: North Charleston Coliseum – N. Charleston, SC
October 19: Augusta Civic Center – Augusta, ME
October 20: Utica Memorial Auditorium – Utica, NY
October 22: Dunkin Donuts Center – Providence, RI
October 23 – 24: Mullins Center – Amherst, MA
October 26: Verizon Wireless Arena – Manchester, NH
October 29 – 31: Boardwalk Hall – Atlantic City, NJ

READ ON for a look at the venues Phish will play…

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Mount Monadnock

Mount Monadnock is the most frequently climbed mountain in the world. That distinction previously belonged to mount Fuji in Japan, but since Mt. Fuji built an auto road it’s no longer able to claim most frequently climbed.

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Mount Chocorua

This overnight was really pretty cool. We hiked up Mount Chocorua on Saturday and camped out in the Jim Liberty cabin just below the summit. It was crazy cold and really windy up there… EVEN INSIDE THE CABIN!!!! We got up on Sunday, tried to make the summit, but had to turn back unsuccessfully! It was too dangerous.

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