I believe it's called "Going Furthur"
There definitely needs to be a Furthur Forum. They are well worthy.
for the moment, the likely topic would be the Grateful Dead Library one in the forums. I think there's going to be a lot of interest!
Sam Cutler, former tour manager for the Grateful Dead and The Rolling Stones, has just had his wonderful book released in North America, and he is doing a book tour right now.
I have his itinerary, and would like to post it somewhere appropriate, so that people interested in hearing these amazing stories from someone who was directly involved will have a chance to do that!
Sam is a wonderful man, and we are SO fortunate to have people like him still with us to tell these early Grateful Dead stories in their own voice.
If you could let me know the best place to post his US schedule I'd be very grateful.
you have posted this elsewhere and I have passed it on.
I noticed when I was pre-ordering the Road Trips Volume 3 Number 1 that if you leave your shopping cart for any reason before checking out there is absolutely no way to get back to it unless you purchase another item and then delete it from you cart. That is is a really big omission. It really reflects badly. That's a basic feature every e-commerce site has - a View Shopping Cart button. It doesn't have to be on every frame maybe just on the home page or the store page - but come on.
a birthday forum..where we can send out happy birthday vibes...talk about how we spent our special day..
The Winterland June 1977 box set forum is starting to fill up with posts about people's home sound systems and a wider discussion seems to be desirable to some. Is there a separate forum for this? If so, where is it and if not, could such a forum be started. In either case, a quick post on the Winterland forum would be helpful to steer people in the right direction.