[Courtesy of Christy Articola. -Ed.]
It's time for another issue of Surrender to the Flow! This issue is STTF #79: Colorado 2023, and we are so excited to offer it to you free or by donation as always. This issue is full of good stuff! It includes information about this year's Dick's Run 2023, e.g., where to eat, things to do, and things you need to know about. In this issue there are also reviews of most of Summer Tour 2023, and articles on a variety of interesting topics that we know you'll just love, e.g., articles about FOUR non-profits doing fantastic work, the Phish Studies Conference 2.0, and the status of the We've Got It Simple documentary.
This issue also includes our regular features like recipes, My First Show, My Favorite Jam Ever, 20 Years Later, Phish Changed My Life, Everybody Loves Statistics, horoscopes, Celebrations, fan fiction, a puzzle, and other things we think you'll enjoy.
Please check out this issue and tell your friends, and have a great time at Dick's this year, everyone! You can download the issue at www.gum.co/sttf79. STTF is always free on lot, but if you'd rather have a paper copy sent to you by mail, you can paypal us $5 to [email protected]. Thanks for your support!
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