Star Files Watch Grown Men Belt Annie (Maybe)March 31 at the Hammerstein BallroomEver want to see your favorite stars hilariously tackle roles that are completely and totally wrong for them? Well, now’s your chance! Jeremy Jordan, Megan Hilty, Billy Porter, Raul Esparza, Zosia Mamet, Steven Pasquale, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anika Noni Rose, Sasha Allen, Keala Settle and Nicole Parker will go against type at MCC’s Miscast gala, hosted by Victor Garber. The evening will also honor Allison Janney—fingers crossed she sings “Bring Him Home.” Click for tickets! Just keep repeating this mantra: April showers bring May flowers. April showers bring May flowers. It might be raining in New York City this week, but it’s time to buck up, grab an umbrella (preferably this Wicked one) and get your butt to a few of the awesome theater-centric events going on. Need some ideas? Check out our picks below! Nathan Lane Stay Up Late with Vanessa WilliamsBeginning April 1 at the Brooks Atkinson TheatreThe jazzy musical revue After Midnight is welcoming a special guest star to Harlem’s hottest nightclub: Tony nominee Vanessa Williams! The Broadway favorite, former Miss America and of course, singer of “Save the Best For Last,” is taking the stage to croon Duke Ellington, Harold Arlen and Cab Calloway classics alongside the Jazz at Lincoln Center All-Stars orchestra. Catch her in the hit jazz extravaganza through May 13. Click for tickets! Roll the Dice with Nathan DetroitApril 3 at Carnegie HallThe oldest established permanent floating craps game in New York is back! Nathan Lane will reprise his Tony-nominated performance as good old reliable Nathan Detroit alongside Megan Mullally, Patrick Wilson and Sierra Boggess in a one-night-only concert version of Guys and Dolls. We’re willing to bet our bottom dollar (wait, wrong show) that this evening is gonna be a smash. Click for tickets! Meet Heather, Heather & HeatherOpens March 21 at New World StagesThe meanest girls are school are back with a vengeance, and this time they’re ruling the hallways in off-Broadway’s New World Stages. That’s right—Heather, Heather, Heather (and Veronica) from the ‘80s cult flick Heathers are being resurrected in a new musical by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy. Be there or be…dead. Click for tickets! See Patina & MJT’s Grand FinaleThrough March 30 at the Music Box TheatrePippin standouts Patina Miller and Matthew James Thomas are packing up their hula-hoops and knives and leaving the circus for good. It’s so sad, we know, but she’s going on to star in The Hunger Games films and he’s in the running to become the next Jedi knight on the big screen. See the Tony winner and the Broadway hunk making magic, climbing poles and swinging on the trapeze one last time at the Music Box Theatre. Click for tickets! View Comments
Read Also: JUST-IN: Bayern thrash Lyon 3-0, to face PSG in UCL finalThe report highlights how Pique himself has even offered to leave Barca should it help the club, with the club already having players like Clement Lenglet, Samuel Umtiti and Ronald Araujo in the position, while they have also been linked with a summer move for Manchester City defender Eric Garcia.Pique had a stint in England previously with Manchester United, but it remains unlikely that Fulham would be able to fund a move this summer.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Catalan giants need to drastically reduce their wage bill and also reduce the average age of their squad, so the 33-year-old central defender could be one such player who could exit the Camp Nou this summer. Diario Sport have cited a report from Libero that the central defender is a transfer target for the West London club, who won promotion earlier this month via the promotion playoffs. Newly-promoted Premier League club Fulham have tabled a surprise bid fr Barcelona defender Gerard Pique. The Blaugrana are set for major changes ahead of the 2020-21 season following their 8-2 Champions League humiliation against Bayern Munich.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The WorldWorld’s Most Delicious Foods10 TV Characters Who Were Destined To Become IconicBest Car Manufacturers In The World8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All TimeA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World Loading…
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Arsenal, Valencia in contact with unsettled Man Utd midfielder Andreas Pereiraby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal are watching the situation of Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira.The Mirror says he could walk away from Manchester United on a free transfer this summer with Arsenal and Valencia both linked.The Brazilian’s current deal concludes at the end of the season and the Red Devils are stalling over offering the 23-year-old a new deal. Two major clubs linked with midfielder are Arsenal and Valencia.Pereira spent last season on loan at the Mestalla and featured in a reasonable 29 appearances for La Liga giants.However, with just two Premier League starts to his name this season and only 17 minutes of action under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, there are fears his progression could plateu.Valencia president Jose Carlos Peres recently revealed: “He is a player that interests us a lot. He is a santista and wants to play for Santos. The family is trying. His father wants to see him at Santos for at least a year.”The problem is that Manchester are playing hard. We know the end of the contract is in the middle of the year, but we want the player now. With his father, I’ve been speaking, but we have not yet entered into the details of values.”Esporte UOL says three Premier League clubs have already made official approaches for Pereira.Among those teams are Arsenal, with Everton and West Ham also keen to recruit the player’s services.
In a TED talk earlier this year, former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, outlined for the audience how she sees that climate change is actually a human rights issue, something she had not connected when she began as UN High Commissioner of Human Rights in 1997.When travelling in Africa, however, she kept seeing how climate change was stymieing villagers’ ability to grow food properly and prepare for their future. She cites Uganda’s long periods of drought, followed by flash flooding and then drought again, destroying harvests, livelihoods and infrastructure. She also cited Malawi, which suffered from unprecedented flooding in January 2015, which killed 300 people and lost livelihoods for hundreds of thousands.Robinson says that while the average Malawian emits about 80kg of C02 per year, the average American emits 17.5 metric tonnes. Ironically, people not contributing to global warming are suffering the consequences of it.Although it is generally agreed that we need to stay below two degrees Celsius of warming of pre-industrial standards, Robinson’s concern is that we’re on course for about four degrees. “We have to go to zero carbon emissions by about 2050,” she says, “if we’re going to stay below two degrees Celsius of warming. And that means we have to leave about two-thirds of the known resources of fossil fuels in the ground.”Although she sees great progress to cut emissions here and there, it is not enough, and she’d like to see better cooperation. “The reality is that this issue is much too important to be left to politicians and to the United Nations,” she says. “We face an existential threat to the future of our planet. And that made me realize that climate change is the greatest threat to human rights in the 21st century.”Copyright ©2015Look to the Stars
DOVER, Del. — There’s no guarantee that four former executives of the only financial institution to be criminally charged in connection with the federal bank bailout program will be sentenced to prison for fraud.But even if a judge orders prison time for the former Wilmington Trust officials later this month, they won’t be led away in handcuffs.In a court filing Thursday, prosecutors say they won’t oppose the defendants’ requests to be allowed at least two months, possibly more, to “self-surrender” to prison.The defendants also are asking that any prison sentences be put on hold until their appeals are resolved, a process that could take a year or more.The defendants were convicted in May of misleading regulators and investors about the bank’s massive amount of past-due commercial real estate loans.Randall Chase, The Associated Press
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A new registered charity to assist low-income seniors with health-related costs has started up in the North Peace.The North Peace Seniors Mouth-Eye-Foot Care Foundation is a registered charity that aims to assist seniors with a low income to help cover the associated cost of dental, eye, and foot care.According to the Foundation, applicants are received and then vetted by an impartial social worker who is qualified to ascertain annual income. In order to provide these much-needed services to seniors, the Foundation is currently looking for financial support from the community.If you wish to get in contact, and for more information, you can call the Foundation at 250-787-0218 or email [email protected] information can also be found on the North Peace Seniors Mouth-Eye-Foot Care Foundation’s website or Facebook page.
Students are being encouraged to participate and support the games through competition, volunteering and spectating.To view the post; CLICK HERE FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The North Peace Secondary School has posted to its website, School District 60 is a partner group to the BC Winter Games and its facilities will be closed during the games.Thursday, February 20, 2020, and Friday, February 21, 2020, the District is participating as a partner group in support of the games. The post shares, this is a substantial community initiative.For the two days, Thursday and Friday there will be no regular instruction at any school sites or bus service.
New Delhi: Hitting out at Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri for his “anti-Delhi” policies, the Aam Aadmi Party Wednesday said a person who has nothing worthwhile to show in his performance as a minister is now venturing into the arena of electoral political analysis. Challenging Puri for an open debate, the AAP said it we will expose the “real face” of BJP and the Union Minister as well as question his anti-Delhi policies in the next seven days. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murder The comments by the AAP comes a day after Puri reportedly slammed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for becoming “desperate” for an alliance. AAP chief spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said Puri need not worry about the Aam Aadmi Party, but rather tell the people of Delhi about his “anti-Delhi approach”. “For next seven days, we will expose the real face of BJP and Mr Puri and question his anti-Delhi policies. We challenge him for a open debate. New political wisdom has dawned on BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP from Uttar Pradesh Hardeep Singh Puri, who was made a minister of state in the Narendra Modi government, 18 months back. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchings “Puri, who has nothing worthwhile to show in his performance as a minister, is now venturing into the new arena of electoral political analysis,” Bharadwaj said in a statement. Bharadwaj said it is beyond “any reasonable understanding in which capacity Puri is giving his expert comments on the political situation of Delhi, and why is he so worried about the AAP?” The AAP also asked Puri why did the BJP central government’s nominees on the Delhi Metro Board support the “unjustified” Metro fare hike? “What were the instructions of your ministry to the central government nominees on the Metro Board about the Metro fare hike? Why has the Narendra Modi government stalled approval to three routes of Delhi Metro Phase-IV?” he said.
When US President Donald Trump tweeted their full recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights, “a current of surprise and expectation sizzled through the state department press corps”, as a BBC correspondent on a Jerusalem tour following US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo put it. It is said that the welcome surprise to Netanyahu was more in the timing than in substance. The intention that came to highlight through the tweet had been under consideration for quite some time, only the Israelis now pushed it with greater vigour. Of critical security and strategic importance, the Golan Heights is pivotal to stability in the region. For decades, most of the world (and previous US establishments) have rejected Israel’s occupation of the Golan Heights which was seized from Syria in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. According to the UN charter, essentially, you can’t keep land that you capture, you have to negotiate its fate. Trump’s tweeted announcement has overturned this convention. This very grave move has implications that go beyond the bilateral dynamics of USA and Israel. Endorsing capture of a territory is potentially setting a dangerous trend to exercise military arbitration by a more powerful state. The regions that promptly come to mind at this are: on the global stage, Russia’s annexation of Crimea; in the Asian context, Tibet; and regarding India, PoK, given that Pakistan was USA’s baby not too long ago. Trump’s special mention of strategic and security reasons point out only too clearly to Iran, coming in the wake of the understanding that Iran is using Syria as a base to target Israel and the Golan Heights being the front line. Also, given that Israel already has a tight grip on the region militarily, the articulation of the status and a formal declaration of it make little difference on the ground. Hence, the next most obvious reason for this move has to be the election in Israel due on April 9, and something to count for Netanyahu, who will be making a visit to White House in the coming week. The situation is such that Israel strikes routinely at Iranian targets in Syria, carefully negotiating the situation with Russia, which provides crucial military backing to the Syrian state, a delicate balance indeed. With a civil war-wrecked Syria and a US sanctions-crippled Iran, Israel is in a position to assert claims over the region additionally with the support from White House. This is clearly a mechanism to violate territorial integrity and institutionalise regional instability. European leaders have not taken very kindly to this bilateral bonhomie at the cost of a suffering region. And rightly so. If recognition was so easy to give away, such arbitration raises very pertinent questions about Tibet, Kashmir, and Crimea. All it takes is the whim of a powerful nation.