We’ve all been anxious to check out the new Grateful Dead documentary, Long Strange Trip, directed by Amir Bar-Lev and executive produced by Martin Scorsese when it comes to homes across the United States on June 2nd via Amazon Prime Video. However, if you’re anything like us, you might be getting impatient. Luckily, a string of theater showings ahead of Long Strange Trip’s Amazon release has been announced, with dozens of theaters showing the new movie for one night only this week on Thursday, May 25th. These theater screenings will also coincide with screenings at some of the most epic venues from the Grateful Dead’s storied career, including a viewing at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado and The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. Even though the formal debut of the movie is just around the corner, fans are still devouring up the little tastes of the film that have been slowly being released over the past few weeks.Watch The Trailer For The New ‘Long Strange Trip’ Grateful Dead DocumentaryYesterday, a clip was released about the different types of Deadheads you might find at a show, ranging from the Wharf Rats to members of the Phil Zone to spinners and more. Today, a new clip from Long Strange Trip has been released, which features Senator Al Franken (and former SNL star) and journalist Nick Paumgarten talking about their experiences on lot at Grateful Dead shows and the culture around the lot scene. In the clip, the two noted Deadheads address the more menacing aspects of the lot, with Franken noting that he didn’t “get” the more hardcore drug culture surrounding the band nor the hippies who went into port-a-potties in bare feet. You can check out the clip below, which was released via the Huffington Post.
New Delhi: There is good news on the anvil for the Indian cricket board’s affiliated state units as their apex council composition is likely to be increased to 19 members, compared to the 9-member team of the BCCI. With around 30 out of 36 units becoming Lodha Compliant, it is learnt that majority of them have come on board to build consensus about a few modifications that Amicus Curiae PS Narsimha is expected to submit to the Supreme Court on Thursday.During their meeting with the Amicus, most of the BCCI affiliated units had expressed their “practical difficulty” on having an apex council, which is a “mirror image” of the BCCI’s governing body.As per the Lodha Committee recommendation, the BCCI apex council will comprise nine members — the president, vice president, secretary, joint secretary, treasurer, two players’ representative (male and female), CAG representative, one member from state unit. However, with most state units having different voter composition, the contentious issue is now on the verge of being sorted.”The learned Amicus has had discussions with Committee of Administrators (CoA) as well as majority of the affiliated units. It seems at least 85 percent (30 out of 36) units which are fully compliant are on board that 19 is a good number for apex council of state units,” a senior BCCI official privy to state unit’s meeting with the Amicus told PTI. BCCI State Units likely to be allowed 19-member apex council.BCCI has a 9-member apex council team.30 out of 36 units becoming Lodha Compliant. highlights He said that advocate Narsimha was very “co-operative” and acknowledged that apex council is an issue.”The CoA and the Amicus agree that states units are the ones promoting the game in the country. An association like DDCA which constitutes individual members has a different fabric compared to Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) which has institutional voting. So it couldn’t have been a 9 member Apex Council,” the official said.It is learnt that Karnataka wanted it to be 26 but have now come around and agreed to the proposed 19 (16 elected plus two players’ representative and one CAG representative).It is learnt that units like Vidarbha Cricket Association, which was one of the earliest to adopt new constitution, will get a chance to change the composition of its apex council.”Vidarbha’s apex council has nine members and they have the provision of increasing it to 19 now,” the official said.Most of the state units have requested the Amicus to “speed up the election process” so that a democratically elected body can take over.It was learnt that even Tamil Nadu Cricket Association is “substantially compliant” even though it has a few persisting issues.”The discussion between Amicus and Tamil Nadu CA was positive. TNCA has a few issues primarily related to age cap and tenure of office bearers. However the Amicus has told them that if the August 9, 2018 judgement by the CJI bench is changed, Lodha recommendation will collapse.”It was learnt that even Haryana CA, which has been perceived as obstructionist among state units, has also been forthcoming in its only meeting with the Amicus.”Haryana CA had one meeting with the Amicus and it went off well. There was a second meeting that was supposed to take place but didn’t happen. However they have been forthcoming in their views and told the Amicus that they will get back after consultation with their governing body members,” the official said. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.