Phish has announced the details for Episode 12 of the band’s weekly Dinner and a Movie webcast/cooking series. This week’s installment will feature the band’s June 19, 1995 performance at Deer Creek Music Center in Noblesville, IN. As per its previous weekly editions, the stream will air for free at 8:30 p.m. ET. Read along with our Deer Creek ’95 Stream Companion for more information and context on the show and era in the world of Phish.Phish ‘Dinner and a Movie’ Ep 12 – 6/19/95 – Deer CreekThe twelfth episode of Dinner and a Movie—the oldest entry in the series to date—follows the 8/31/12 “F— Your Face” show, the 7/27/14 Merriweather “Tweezerfest”, the 7/25/17’s Baker’s Dozen “Jam-Filled” night, Magnaball night two (8/22/15), last year’s first night at Mohegan Sun (7/19/19), the first night of the band’s 2016 Halloween run in Las Vegas (10/28/16), the final night of 2017’s Mexican destination event (1/15/17), the band’s first of three nights in Alpharetta, GA in 2018 (8/3/18), the out-there 1997 U.S. tour opener featuring a guest appearance by LeRoi Moore of Dave Matthews Band (7/21/97), and the improv-heavy second night of their 2018 Madison Square Garden New Year’s run (12/29/18), and 2013’s Friday night at The Gorge (7/26/13).This week’s Phish Dinner and a Movie stream will benefit the Equal Justice Initiative. EJI is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.For this week’s recipe, drummer Jon Fishman turns to Jim Hamilton, Phish’s touring chef, for one of Fish’s favorite dinners on tour: Miso-Glazed Salmon with Bok Choy and Brown Rice plus an appetizer of Fresh Spring Rolls. The recipes are below. Whatever you decide to make, tag us at #phishdinnerandamovie.Miso-Glazed Salmon with Bok Choy and Brown RiceIngredients:4 portions of salmon3 Tbsp white or red miso 2 Tbsp mirin1 Tbsp honey2 t tamari sauce4 heads baby bok choy2 garlic cloves1 Tbsp sesame oil1 t toasted sesame seeds 1.5 cups brown rice3 cups of waterSalt and pepper1 limeInstructions:Start by combining miso, mirin, honey, tamari in a bowl. Whisk thoroughly add salmon so the salmon in coated and covered. Turn oven on to 350 degrees. While that marinates start your rice. Place rice, water and 1 Tbsp salt into a covered pot and bring to a boil before turning down to a gentle simmer, cover and cook for 30-45 min.Rinse bok choy well and cut in half longways. Mince your garlic.On a covered (with foil or parchment) sheet pan place salmon evenly space and drizzle excess miso mix over salmon. When your rice is 10 minutes from completion put salmon into the preheated oven. Cook 8-12 minute depending on your doneness preference. While that’s in the oven, in a sauté pan on med-hi add sesame oil, garlic, a pinch of salt and bok choy flat (or cut) side down. Cook 2-3 minutes or until slightly softened and color turns darker green. Turn off and toss with lime juice. Fluff brown rice. Now you are ready to plate! Garnish with sesame seeds, cilantro, or sliced green onions left over from your rice paper rolls.Fresh Spring Rollsmakes 12 rollsIngredients:12 Rice paper sheets2 carrots1/2 cucumber1/4 cabbage (any type)1 red pepper6 radish1 bunch fresh mint1 bunch green onion1 bunch cilantro or Thai basil1 limeSalt and pepper1 bottle sweet chili or Thai peanut sauceInstructions:Julienne carrots, cucumber, red pepper, green onion, cabbage, radish and place in bowl. Then pick leaves of the herbs (to taste) add them into bowl along with the juice of the lime. Mix thoroughly and salt and pepper to taste.Fill a large bowl (wider than rice paper sheets) with hot tap water. Dip rice paper one at time in hot water until just softened and place on a clean smooth surface. Now place your raw vegetable mix in the center. About 5 inches long and 1.5 inches wide and tall. Now you’re ready to roll. Fold sides in first then roll tight but delicately like a burrito. Place on a plate so they are not touching (they will stick to each other). Don’t get frustrated, first one is never perfect! Once they are all rolled, chill in the fridge until cold and serve with your favorite dipping sauce.Expand
Pinterest A new study published in Biological Psychology sheds light on the neurobiological processes that link stress to cravings for cocaine. “Despite intensive research efforts, drug addiction persists as one of society’s most significant health-related issues, and treatment options are limited,” explained study author John R. Mantsch, the chair of the Biomedical Sciences Department at Marquette University. “The development of interventions aimed at relapse prevention is particularly important for improved outcomes in patients with substance use disorders. Much evidence suggests that stress is a critical contributor to drug use and relapse. While it is clear that there is a relationship between stress and drug seeking, the exact nature of this relationship and the underlying mechanisms are unclear.” Email Share LinkedIn Share on Facebook Share on Twitter “The goals of this study were to develop a new model for studying the contribution of stress to drug seeking and to examine the mechanisms in the prefrontal cortex through which stressful stimuli promote drug seeking,” Mantsch said.Previous research has established a link between stress and drug cravings, and some studies indicate that stress can act as trigger for cravings.The findings from new study, which was conducted on rats, suggests that stress can set the stage for — but not necessarily directly trigger — cocaine-seeking behavior. Stress appears to set the stage for cravings through its actions on the medial prefrontal cortex, an area of the brain that plays a major role in executive functions such as planning.“Clinical reports suggest that, rather than directly driving cocaine use, stress may create a biological context within which other triggers for drug use become more potent,” Mantsch told PsyPost. “In this paper, we use a preclinical rodent model to demonstrate that, during periods of stress, elevated glucocorticoids mobilize endocannabinoid signaling in the prelimbic prefrontal cortex to attenuate inhibitory transmission and promote cocaine seeking behavior.” “Our findings establish a novel mechanism through which stress can promote susceptibility to relapse in individuals with substance use disorder and therefore may reveal opportunities for new and more effective treatment strategies aimed at relapse prevention,” Mantsch explained.But there is still much that scientists don’t understand about the link between stress and drug abuse.“There are several important questions yet to be addressed,” Mantsch told PsyPost. “First, the time-course of stress effects is suggestive of a glucocorticoid mechanism that this not mediated by the canonical glucocorticoid receptor, which typically functions by regulating gene transcription, resulting in effects that take time to develop.”“Secondly, the output pathway from the prefrontal cortex that is regulated by stress and mediates drug seeking needs to be confirmed. Third, it is unclear if the effects of endocannabinoids on drug seeking can be reproduced by cannabis exposure. Such an observation could suggest that acute cannabis use can promote relapse.” “However, it should be noted that in contrast to cannabis effects which will be exerted throughout the brain, the effects of stress on endocannabinoids are likely not uniform throughout the brain,” Mantsch said. “Moreover, THC (the primarily active cannabinoid constituent in cannabis products) and endocannabinoids have different actions at receptors that may predict distinct effects on cortical signaling and behavior.”“Finally, we are in the process of determining if there are sex differences in the effects of stress and glucocorticoids on relapse susceptibility.”The study, “Stress Promotes Drug Seeking Through Glucocorticoid-Dependent Endocannabinoid Mobilization in the Prelimbic Cortex“, was co-authored by Jayme R. McReynolds, Elizabeth M. Doncheck, Yan Lib, Oliver Vranjkovic, Evan N.Graf, Daisuke Ogasawara, Benjamin F.Cravatt, David A.Baker, Qing-Song Liu, and Cecilia J.Hillard.
Rugby Union Dane Coles will make his Hurricanes’ season debut off the bench on Saturday, while Jackson Garden-Bachop gets another crack at first-five. Co-captain Coles was left home as his side toured South Africa and Argentina across the first two weeks of the season, which coach Jason Holland said was to help the 33-year-old build slowly into the season. “We wanted to make sure he was 100 per cent coming back in. He’s taken his time in pre-season and is in great nick because of it. “As we know with Colesy, he’s dying to get out there, and is adding value across the park.” While Garden-Bachop retains the No 10 jersey, there are few changes from the side that scored a comeback win over the Jaguares last weekend. Just one of those is in the backline as Vince Aso takes over from Billy Proctor at centre. Lock James Blackwell has been left out of the 23 to rest a niggly toe injury. Isaia Walker-Leawere and Scott Scrafton start at lock. Vaea Fifita gets his first start of the season in a reshuffled loose forward trio. Du’Plessis Kirifi drops to the bench, with Gareth Evans replacing him in the No 7 jersey and Reed Prinsep moving from blindside flanker to No 8. The front row, back three and halves remain unchanged. Garden-Bachop impressed with his cool head against the Jaguares, which has been rewarded by Holland. “Jacko controlled the game really well. We were happy with his run and his kick. The decision-making and being able to boss us around the park was a massive part of what he did last week and he deserves another crack at it.” Fletcher Smith got the first crack at replacing Beauden Barrett, but struggled in the 27-0 loss to the Stormers in week one. Garden-Bachop said it was a challenge to replace one of the world’s best first-five, but both he and Smith had to focus on what they could bring to the table. “I think I would have been an idiot to try come in and do what Beady used to do. He’s the best in the world and has been for the last few years. “We were under no illusions as 10s that we probably weren’t going to be able to fill those shoes, but the role of the first-five in this team now is a real game leader, game driver, making sure the X-factor we have all around the field is getting involved.” Garden-Bachop said he expected to improve with more gametime at the position. “I think especially as someone in a playmaking role, the more time you get – in-game reps running our shape, running the players inside and out of us – things start to slow down. “The more time you get, the more pictures you see and the easier it is to read them.” The Sharks put the Highlanders to the sword last weekend in a 42-20 win in Dunedin, with Holland saying they looked a lot like the World Cup-winning Springboks. “They’re playing a lot like South Africa did in the World Cup. “They’re a big, physical side. They rely heavily on their kicking game and applied a lot of pressure on the Landers last week around contesting those kicks and putting them under pressure that way. “We know that’s coming and we’ve got to use that as an opportunity to make sure the pressure is on them, not us. We’ve got to make sure we don’t try force things and give opportunities to their back three.” Hurricanes team to play Sharks: Jordie Barrett, Wes Goosen, Vince Aso, Ngani Laumape, Ben Lam, Jackson Garden-Bachop, TJ Perenara (c), Reed Prinsep, Gareth Evans, Vaea Fifita, Scott Scrafton, Isaia Walker-Leawere, Tyrel Lomax, Asafo Aumua, Fraser Armstrong. Reserves: Dane Coles, Pouri Rakete-Stones, Alex Fidow, Liam Mitchell, Du’Plessis Kirifi, Jamie Booth, Fletcher Smith, Billy Proctor.
Amit Bhatia has stepped down from his position as QPR in the Community Trust chairman, the club have announced.The Rangers vice-chairman has chaired the Trust since QPR’s community scheme became a registered charity in 2009.“The Trust is in great shape due to the continued outstanding work that the Trustees and staff so dedicatedly put in,” Bhatia told the club website. “I have been involved in the Trust for seven years, and in that time so many wonderful things have happened. It has become very professional and has achieved so much.“The new trustees who the Trust are considering bringing in will add their passion and experience to make sure it grows and matures even further.”He added: “I am so proud of everything the Trust has accomplished and achieved but I feel it’s now time for me to step aside and let new people, with new thoughts and ideas, and new commitments, step in and take it forward.” See also:Phillips’ late goal gives QPR elusive home winHasselbaink targets ‘normality for QPR’QPR v Ipswich player ratingsQPR’s Furlong extends Cambridge loanFaurlin hoping to be fit for Fulham gameQPR trio feature in Under-21 gameQPR v Fulham: five key battlesQPR’s Phillips was interested in joining Leeds, says Redfearn Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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