Tour manager Sam Cutler in his memoir You Can't Always Get What You Want (just released in paperback by Ecw Press) talks about the Dead in New York City: "The Grateful Dead loved New York City and I loved being there with them. It was all such an adventure. It felt like it was the place where the future began. There was also the happy and slightly mischievous feeling that we were in town to show those east coast people a thing or two, to lay out our west coast musical wares with humour and panache and to generally get inside the city slickers' heads California-style." And it looks like everyone in New York still loves the Grateful Dead. So much so that the current exhibit from the Grateful Dead Archive up at the New York Historical Society will be extended through Labor Day. Enjoy the summer and enjoy the Grateful Dead.