Show Closed This production ended its run on May 29, 2016 View Comments Related Shows The Tucks have a home! The musical adaptation of Tuck Everlasting will come to life at the Broadhurst Theatre this spring. Preview performances will begin on March 23 (instead of the previously reported March 19). Opening night is still set for April 17. Casey Nicholaw will direct and choreograph. Casting will be announced at a later date.The Broadhurst is currently the home of the long running ABBA musical Mamma Mia!, which will play its final performance on September 12. Misery, starring Bruce Willis and Laurie Metcalf, is scheduled to play the house from October 22 through February 7. Opening night is set for November 15.Featuring music by Chris Miller, lyrics by Nathan Tysen and a book by Claudia Shear, Tuck Everlasting follows a young girl and her friendship with Jesse Tuck and his family, who become immortal after drinking from an enchanted spring. Based on the 1975 children’s novel by Natalie Babbitt, the story has twice been adapted for the screen.Tuck Everlasting premiered at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre earlier this year. The cast included Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Carolee Carmello, Terrence Mann and newcomer Sarah Charles Lewis. Tuck Everlasting
Benjamin Walker Star Files Related Shows American Psycho Tickets are now available to check out Benjamin Walker’s killer moves in the eagerly anticipated American Psycho. Directed by Rupert Goold, the new musical is scheduled to begin previews on March 26, 2016 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. The opening night date and further casting will be announced soon.American Psycho features music and lyrics by Tony and Grammy winner Duncan Sheik and a book by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis, the tuner follows 26-year-old Patrick Bateman (Walker): a sophisticated, rich and devastatingly handsome Wall Street banker in 1980s New York City. He’s got a sculpted body, a model-gorgeous girlfriend and a to-die-for apartment. There’s just one snag: Patrick can’t get the blood out of his $5000 suits, because he also has a murderous, psychopathic alter ego that he hides from his friends and co-workers. The novel was adopted into an acclaimed film in 2000 starring Christian Bale and Reese Witherspoon.The show premiered at London’s Almeida Theatre in December 2013 and had been set to make its U.S. premiere at Second Stage off-Broadway in February 2015, before instead setting its sights on the Main Stem. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 5, 2016 View Comments
Organizers of the agricultural leadership program Advancing Georgia’s Leaders in Agriculture have chosen 22 professionals from across the state to participate in the program’s inaugural class. Advancing Georgia’s Leaders in Agriculture is housed in and supported by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. AGLA is also supported by numerous agricultural and forestry organizations and associations throughout Georgia. AGLA’s founders aim to educate and empower Georgia’s agricultural leaders to become effective advocates for the largest economic drivers in Georgia — the state’s agricultural and forestry industries, said Rochelle Strickland, the program’s founding director and a public service assistant in the college. “We are excited about the group of individuals that have been selected to participate in class I of AGLA,” Strickland said. “They are a high quality, diverse and committed group of professionals who will play an integral role in not only establishing this program, but in the continued growth and development of our industry.” AGLA is designed to bring together leaders from all segments of the state’s agriculture and forestry industries. Over a two-year period, they will help one another understand and analyze the issues facing their industries, as well as challenges that may emerge in the future. AGLA’s inaugural class members are: Brent Allen of the UGA Cooperative Extension Service, Johnson County• Brandon Ashley of the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, Bibb County• Tim Bland of Newport Timber, Bulloch County• Scott Cochran of House of Raeford Farms, Franklin County• Sarah Cook of the Center of Innovation for Agribusiness, Turner County• Kevin Cronic of House of Raeford Farms, Anderson, S.C.• Steven Gibson of the UGA CAES Business Office, Clarke County• Jennifer Harris of White Oak Pastures, Early County• Jon Harris of AgSouth Farm Credit, Pierce County • Jutt Howard of North Georgia Turf, Heard County • Craig Howell of Harris Moran Seed Company, Berrien County • Jesse Johnson of the Southern Land Exchange, Oglethorpe County• Trey Joyner of the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Dekalb County• Sherry Morris of the Georgia Green Industry Association, Fannin County • Duane Myers of Kroger, Henry County• Tate O’Rourke of U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson’s office, Hall County • Maggie Potter of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Muscogee County• Mark Risse of UGA CAES, Oconee County• Amanda Tedrow of UGA Cooperative Extension, Clarke County• Rebecca Thomas of UGA Cooperative Extension, Chattooga County• Chris Wheeler of AGrowStar, Houston County• Derick Wooten of Rocky Hammock Farms, Jeff Davis County Those seeking more information about the Advancing Georgia’s Leaders in Agriculture can visit www.agla.caes.uga.edu . ###
By Colombian War College December 29, 2016 Major General Juan Carlos Salazar Salazar, president of the Colombian War College (ESDEGUE, per its Spanish acronym), and Brigadier General Jorge Arnoldo Fuentes Hernández, provost of Honduras’s Defense University, signed an academic cooperation agreement between both educational institutions in late November. The agreement was formalized on the principles of alignment and mutual support between the two Latin American countries. The joint effort calls for student and teacher exchanges, sharing scientific research, and other activities of common interest that may allow for the best use of human talent, infrastructure, and teamwork in educational, training, and specialization programs. It also deals with the exchange of information about graduate programs and the development of joint research projects and activities that may contribute to solving their shared national defense and security issues. In the official ceremony, the president of ESDEGUE recalled the transnational realities and threats common to the region, and emphasized the need to join forces to confront them. “No one is able to solve these problems alone. That is why we need each other,” he said. The provost of Honduras’s Defense University celebrated the signing of the cooperation agreement and highlighted the vast experience Colombia has in the field. “We know that accords are needed with other countries that are much more developed than Honduras. That is why this accord with Colombia is needed,” he stated. The mission of Honduras’s Defense University is to provide training and specialization to professionals in the military, aeronautical, and naval sciences, and to develop their leadership, technical, educational and administrative capabilities. It also includes providing them with a solid ethical and moral formation that will allow them to plan the defense of their homeland, the strengthening of their state, and the peace and stability of their democracy. The Colombian War College provides an interdisciplinary educational approach to training military strategy leaders, as well as national and international civilian leaders to face security and defense challenges.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Nassau County police identified the two victims who was shot and killed in Hempstead earlier this week as New Cassel men in their 20s.Police said the two victim were sitting in a car in front of 105 Belmonte Parkway when they were approached by gunman who fired several shots into the vehicle, striking both victims at 1:11 p.m. Monday.The first victim, 27-year-old Leonel Volcy was pronounced dead at the scene. The second victim, 20-year-old Yvenel Fede, was taken to Nassau University Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead an hour later.Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation and ask anyone with information regarding this crime to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
continue reading » by: Jay MossmanIn my 15 years of experience running a company that offers collection software, I have seen a dramatic change in how credit unions operate. The credit union industry should be proud of the ways it has embraced technology.Every time I travel, I see credit unions doing amazing things—smart things that drive efficiency, such as bringing business intelligence into their collection processes. In fact, I’ve observed the industry really evolve through a desire to work smarter, not harder. I’ve seen it in industry news and I’ve heard it in conversations with credit unions and business partners.The days of simply segmenting past due accounts into queues based on criteria like priority, product and alphabetical order are over. Today, credit unions have more access to information than ever, but they need to begin taking advantage of this data in order to combat many of the challenges that our unpredictable marketplace presents.It’s time credit unions ask, “How can I get smarter using the information I have?”The first step is to truly understand your members. Your software should allow you to gain visibility into behavior patterns. Understanding the likelihood that members will react a certain way or do something specific depending on the situation will help you to build and apply a more comprehensive member understanding. 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Jun 11, 2004 (CIDRAP News) The outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in southern Sudan had increased to 30 cases with seven deaths as of yesterday, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported today. See also: The outbreak has grown slowly since it was reported in Yambio County of Western Equatoria province in May, according to WHO reports. The agency originally reported 19 cases with four deaths on May 24. By Jun 7 officials said there were 28 cases with seven deaths. A total of 157 contacts of patients are being followed up, the WHO said. In addition, “intensive social mobilization activities are being carried out” to contain the outbreak. These include workshop for teachers, counseling for patients and their family members, and distribution of educational materials in schools and community centers. WHO statementhttp://www.who.int/csr/don/2004_06_11/en/
Source: CBS Ukupan broj slijetanja i polijetanja zrakoplova u zračnim lukama u studenome 2019. iznosio je 5 096, što je u usporedbi sa studenim 2018. porast od 3,2%. The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports, 99 thousand passengers, which is an increase of 3,6% compared to the same period last year. Ukupno ostvareno 710 kružnih putovanja stranih brodova Out of a total of 710 cruises, most trips were realized in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County (59,4%) and the Split-Dalmatia County (25,6%), which is a total of 85,0%. The remaining 15,0% of trips were made in the following counties: Zadar (6,5%), Istria (3,8%), Primorje-Gorski Kotar (3,1%) and Šibenik-Knin (1,6%). Source: CBS U studenome 2019. hrvatske zračne luke zabilježile su 351 tisuću putnika ili 9,7% više nego u istome mjesecu prošle godine, govore podaci Državnog zavoda za statistiku ( DZS ). U razdoblju od siječnja do studenoga 2019. u hrvatske morske luke uplovilo je 75 stranih brodova za kružna putovanja, s ostvarenih 710 kružnih putovanja ( +4,9% ). Na tim brodovima bio je 1,1 milijun putnika ( +8,6% ), koji su u Hrvatskoj boravili 1 413 dana ( +5,1% ). The most visited seaports were Dubrovnik, Split and Zadar Najveći promet putnika ostvarila je zračna luka Zagreb s 244 tisuće putnika (porast od 5,4% u odnosu na studeni 2018.), slijedi zračna luka Dubrovnik s 57 tisuća putnika (porast od 114,0% u odnosu na studeni 2018.) i zračna luka Split s 43 tisuće putnika (pad od 19,0% u odnosu na studeni 2018.). The port of Dubrovnik (518 visits) had the most visits of foreign cruise ships, followed by the ports of Split (267 visits) and Zadar (117 visits). Porast broja putovanja, putnika i dana boravka stranih brodova za kružna putovanja. RELATED NEWS: 2019 MILLION ARRIVALS AND 21 MILLION NIGHTS IN 108,6
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Metro Sport ReporterFriday 21 Aug 2020 8:06 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link204Shares Arsenal hero Paul Merson makes bleak Leeds United prediction ahead of Premier League return Comment Marcelo Bielsa took Leeds back to the Premier League (Picture: Getty)‘It’s Leeds I worry about if they don’t sign a striker. I don’t see how they survive. I don’t see Patrick Bamford scoring the goals Mitrovic will.‘I hope Leeds fans don’t think they will do a Sheffield United because I don’t see it. When you try to press like they do, top players will pop the ball around you.‘But Fulham won’t try to overplay. They know their strengths and they have players who have been up there before. They should be able to grind out results.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘If Leeds can get a top quality forward, they might be okay. But that’s where Fulham have such an advantage.‘They don’t need another striker because they already have an absolute gem in Mitrovic.’Leeds United begin their Premier League campaign on September 12 with a trip to defending champions Liverpool.Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page.MORE: Paul Merson explains why Chelsea should sign Manchester City starMORE: Chelsea on verge of £50m Chilwell deal after Leicester star passes medical Paul Merson fears for Leeds United ahead of the new Premier League season (Picture: Sky Sports)Arsenal legend Paul Merson believes Leeds United will be relegated from the Premier League next season unless they sign a new striker this summer.Leeds won the Championship last season to secure a return to the English top-flight following a 16-year absence.Argentine Marcelo Bielsa led the Yorkshire side to promotion in his second season in charge after finishing third in the Championship in 2018-19.Leeds United will hope to hold their own in the Premier League but Merson reckons they will suffer immediate relegation back to the Championship unless they sign a new striker.ADVERTISEMENTHe told StarSport: ‘Fulham have a chance of staying up next season because of Aleksandar Mitrovic.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘They will need a couple of signings and they will need to learn from their mistakes last time around when they bought badly.‘But Mitrovic gives them a chance. He will score you goals and he knows the league. He’s done it in the Premier League before. Advertisement Advertisement