Urban Dictionary defines Deadhead as “a person who greatly enjoys the music of the Grateful Dead and particularly the genius of Jerry Garcia.” But decades ago, a subset of fans cranked up that devotion to a whole new level and began following the band from city to city.
Martin, Carlos Santana, Nancy Pelosi, Mario Batali, and yes, Ann Coulter have in common? They are all members of the inimitable community of Grateful Dead fans commonly and affectionately known as Deadheads.
And the Rolling Stones still have audiences under their thumb, despite their combined age of 284.
Man has inserted his arms, leg and body into wheel well of one #ICE van that prevent it from leaving.. pic.twitter.com/n TC6unb5Dx — Gadi Schwartz (@Gadi NBC) February 9, 2017 A caravan of vehicles just left #ICE in Phoenix. About an hour later, Ybarra Maldonado came out alone.
He told Garcia’s family that she’d been arrested and now faces deportation.
It was also to avoid confusion with Greytown in the North Island James Allan had established his Hopehill estate in the 1850s near the site of the village and river landing at the junction of the Taieri River with the Owhiro or Scroggs Creeks.
Other settlers followed and established farms despite the area being prone to flooding.