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Commercial

I'm not sure if this is the right section but a promo commercial for the mystery channel Cloo TV had a guy who was like an amateur detective buying a car. The seller said the car hadn't been driven far and the buyer pointed out evidence refuting his statement, including a painted-over bumper sticker of the dancing bears. It's still running on tv.

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This isn't a media sighting

This isn't a media sighting but it is a far-stretch-connection-to-the-Dead sighting:

I saw The Decemberists last week and during one of their songs (one of the new ones but I don't remember which), I was afforded the chance to see a Hurdy-Gurdy being played. No China Doll, but the Hurdy-Gurdy was there.

Sweet instrument.

J.T. Gossard
http://thehallucinogenicbible.blogspot.com/

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Jerry Wept, a compilation of performances from the 1990's

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EItHgdmK-0c

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now there's a question...

and I have no idea!

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Terrapin Limited

So does this mean that all the money raised for the 'Terrapin Station' centre through selling the Terrapin Limited 3 CD set will actually be used.

I have long wondered what happened to that money. The set is still on sale in the shop here for a whopping $39.50. Is a proporion of that still going to the Terrapin project? It would be nice to know there is an account somewhere accumulating money and that it has not just been absorbed.

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yeah, I agree

and it sounds like it might be on a somewhat more manageable scale than the extremely ambitious Terrapin Station plan, which kind of collapsed under its own overwhelmingness I think.

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Hoedown in Fairfax?

If Phil follows through with the city folks, this will be a fun place to visit & listen to the music play

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Terrapin Landing?

in Fairfax?

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The ninth best live act ever

according to Rolling Stone

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/photos/rolling-stone-readers-pick-the-top-ten-live-acts-of-all-time-20110309/9-the-grateful-dead-0802893

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garden party

I watched Pearl Jam : Live at the Garden, '03 last night, after the final song the band was a little freaked ' cause the crowd was going so wild that the stage was moving around. Eddie came out for the encores and said what they felt and a stage manager told him that that had only happened 3 times before: For the Grateful Dead, Iron Maiden, and Bruce Springsteen.

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