After spending the majority of the summer on the road, Phish wrapped up things up yesterday with three nights of music at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO. Now that it’s all said and done, bassist Mike Gordon took the opportunity to reflect on the band’s travels in 2016.Watch Mike Gordon’s Surprise Ending Of “Squirming Coil” From Saturday Night’s Phish ShowNot one for long passages, Gordo kept the message short and simple, thanking his bandmates and the fans as he returned home to Burlington, VT. Check out Gordo’s post, below:Phish will return to the road for a brief fall tour, which kicks off on October 14th in North Charleston, SC. Until then, Cactus!
By Dialogo January 01, 2012 Drug trafficking is a major threat to the development of Guinea-Bissau and has led to a sharp increase in illicit drug use in that country. In order to help stem the flow of illegal substances, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) assisted the country in the creation of its Transnational Criminal Unit. Founded in December 2010, the group is in the process of becoming fully operational while it continues working to disband organized crime. West Africa is considered a major gateway for cocaine smuggled from South America into Europe. In 2009, an estimated 13 tons of the cocaine trafficked via West Africa were consumed or stored in the region, causing serious health concerns, UNODC reported. Source: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime