Star Files View Comments Looking for a romantic atmosphere on Broadway? Tickets are now available for She Loves Me, starring Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi, Jane Krakowski and more. The Scott Ellis-helmed revival will play a limited engagement from February 5, 2016 through May 22. Opening night is set for March 3 at Roundabout’s Studio 54.Featuring a book by Joe Masteroff, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and music by Jerry Bock, She Loves Me follows Georg (Levi) and Amalia (Benanti), two parfumerie clerks who aren’t quite the best of friends. Constantly bumping heads while on the job, the sparring coworkers can’t seem to find common ground. But little do they know, the anonymous romantic pen pals they have both been falling for happen to be each other! Will love continue to blossom once their identities are finally revealed? The score features favorites such as “Vanilla Ice Cream,” “A Romantic Atmosphere,” “Dear Friend” and “She Loves Me.”The musical comedy’s cast will also includue René Auberjonois, Gavin Creel and Michael McGrath.She Loves Me is based on a play by Miklos Laszlo, whose story was also the basis for the 1940 James Stewart film The Shop Around the Corner and the 1998 Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan film You’ve Got Mail. Ellis directed Roundabout’s She Loves Me in 1993, which marked the first Broadway musical in the company’s history. The show was originally seen on the Great White Way in 1963 in a production helmed by Harold Prince. She Loves Me Jane Krakowski Laura Benanti Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 10, 2016 Zachary Levi
Medal of Honor nominees sought by the Foundation The Florida Bar Foundation is seeking nominations for its 2002 Medal of Honor Awards.The Foundation has two categories for the medal of honor award. A nominee for the first category must be a member of The Florida Bar who has demonstrated dedication to the objectives of the Bar: “to inculcate in its members the principles of duty and service to the public, to improve the administration of justice, and to advance the science of jurisprudence.”Nominees in this first category also must be Florida residents who are actively engaged in a profession relative to the practice of law including, but not limited to, practicing lawyers, judges or teachers in the legal field. Recent recipients in this category are: Steven M. Goldstein, William O.E. Henry, Justice Richard W. Ervin, Burton Young, Samuel S. Smith, and Joseph W. Hatchett. Last year’s award was presented to Patrick G. Emmanuel.Nominees are also being solicited for a second medal of honor award category. This category recognizes the achievement of nonlawyers, or lawyers not actively engaged in the practice of law. Nominees must have made an outstanding contribution to the improvement of the administration of justice in Florida through research, writing, or other deeds of such character and quality that, in the judgment of the Foundation, warrant the highest award that can be bestowed by the Foundation.Nominees in the second category also must be Florida residents and may be members of The Florida Bar. Recent recipients in this category are: The Rev. Fred L. Maxwell for his leadership and perseverance in seeking permanent housing for the homeless in Orlando, Gene Miller for his integrity and passion as an investigative reporter for The Miami Herald in the coverage of the murder trials of two wrongfully convicted death row inmates, and John B. Orr, Jr., for his courageous stand against a package of bills filed in the 1956 Florida Legislature’s special session intended to perpetuate school segregation.The Medal of Honor awards will be presented at the annual dinner of the Foundation during The Florida Bar Annual Meeting June 20, at the Boca Raton Resort and Club.Nominations should list the specific achievements which would qualify an individual to receive a medal of honor and should include a brief biographical sketch of the nominee.Nominations should be sent to: The Florida Bar Foundation, Medal of Honor Awards Program, Post Office Box 1553, Orlando 32802-1553, (800) 541-2195, (407) 843-0045. Nominations also may be faxed to (407) 839-0287 or sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.The deadline for submission of nominees is February 15. January 15, 2002 Regular News Medal of Honor nominees sought by the Foundation read more
As part of the Eco Domus eco-accommodation certification project, launched last year by the Istria County Department of Tourism, training for renters and local tourist communities was held in Ograda agrotourism in Katun Lindarski, and 11 certificates, ie tables and promotional materials were awarded. to mark eco-friendly accommodation.For this purpose, criteria for the implementation of certification, visual identity and project logo were developed, and a public call for expressions of interest for inclusion in the project was conducted last year. 13 landlords applied for the public call and were provided with free advisory services on the adaptation of their facility for obtaining the eco-label, and after the evaluation of all received applications, 11 facilities were selected that met the criteria, which are: Villa Baldaši from Baldaši (Vižinada), Villa Milica from Šajini (Barban), Villa Ladonja from Manjadvorci (Barban), Apartment Margerita from Bezjaki (St. Peter in the Forest), House Una from Kranjčići (Svetvinčenat), Villa Dubravka from Pinezići (Tinjan) ), Agrotourism Ograde from Katun Lindarski (Pazin), Villa Marten from Brajkovići (Kanfanar), Apartment Oliveto from Medulin, Villa Dolce Vita from Motovun and Villa Gašparini from Cerion (Višnjan).This is a continuation of the activities started with the Istra Bike & Bed project with the aim of diversifying and raising the quality of private accommodation in the Istrian County in accordance with the principles of sustainable tourism development, the Istria County Tourism Department points out. at least 11 basic criteria in 50 categories.Eco Domus is focused on small tourist accommodation facilities, and its goal is to encourage private renters to diversify and raise the quality of accommodation through compliance with the principles of sustainable development and sustainable tourism. “Sustainable tourism development is very important because it meets the needs of tourists and the domicile population. It seeks to manage resources in such a way that economic, social and environmental needs are met by maintaining cultural integrity, basic ecological processes, biodiversity, and the systems on which life rests.”Conclude from the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County. read more
SHARE TWEET July 11, 2016 How the Budget Could Become Law Without Gov. Wolf’s Signature By: Jeff Sheridan, Press Secretary Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Budget News, The Blog Yesterday, Governor Wolf announced that the bipartisan, compromise budget will become law. If a revenue package were already on the governor’s desk, he would have been proud to sign it. If a revenue package is passed before midnight on Monday, he would be equally as proud to sign it then.But if the General Assembly fails to pass a responsible revenue package by tonight, this bill will become law without his signature. Here’s how that happens:The Constitution, which supersedes any existing law, presents the governor with the ability to affirmatively allow or prevent a bill to become law by taking specific action.The General Assembly has the duty in Article 8, Section 13 of the Constitution to ensure the revenues are there to meet the spending that they appropriate. The exact words of the Constitution are: “Operating budget appropriations made by the General Assembly shall not exceed the actual and estimated revenues and surplus available in the same fiscal year.”Article IV, Section 15 of the Constitution does not “require” the governor to sign, fully or partially veto the general appropriations bill. Therefore, anyone who indicates the governor “must” line item veto the bill to bring it into balance with the estimated revenue is incorrect.The provisions that require the governor to blue-line revenues envision that the governor will at least partially approve the bill. Taking no action is not any form of approval.Therefore, the General Appropriations bill becoming law without the governor’s signature is constitutional. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter read more
NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer has completed leg one of Expedition 1904 in partnership with private industry and the Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER). The mission consisted of seabed surveys of Undersea Cultural Heritage (UCH) sites located along the East Coast of the United States.Engineers from ThayerMah an’s Seabed Systems Group, along with representatives from its technology partner Kraken Robotics, used the SeaScout Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS) system to gather high-resolution, high-speed, wide-area precision seabed imagery.The SeaScout system, with the KATFISH-180 actively stabilized towbody and synthetic aperture sonar payload, produced imagery and bathymetric data which was streamed to ThayerMahan’s shore-based operations center located in Groton.ThayerMahan CEO Mike Connor said: “ThayerMahan was thrilled at the opportunity to go to sea aboard NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer. Our SeaScout system performed well and provided high definition imagery of archeological sites. We were very impressed by the Okeanos Explorer’s crew and their ability to integrate new technology. We think we can help NOAA and others conduct precise exploration at a speed that will have a big impact on the future of ocean science.” read more
MailOnline 29 April 2015Having a wife can improve a man’s chances of a long life – but having more than one can seriously damage his health, research shows.A study into the health effects of polygamy has found men who had up to four wives were nearly five times more likely to suffer heart disease.Previous research has shown that people who are married suffer less stress, are physically more active and have a better diet.But very little research has been done on the impact of polygamous marriages allowed by Islam or even the Mormon church.Dr Amin Daoulah, a cardiologist at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, said: ‘There is evidence that married people have better overall health and longevity – but until now no study has assessed the effect of polygamy on cardiovascular health.‘Men who practice polygamy have up to four concurrent wives who can reside in the same or different regions but do not normally reside in the same house.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3060653/How-having-woman-bad-man-s-heart-multiple-wives-five-times-likely-suffer-heart-disease.html read more
The Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation is pleased to announce Mr. DonStonefield as the Interim East Central High School Football Head Coach. Coach Stonefield will use his extensive coaching experience, along with an excellent coaching staff, to lead the 2018 Class 4A defending state champs into the 2018 season.Coach Stonefield is no stranger to East Central Trojan fans. He was the Head Coach from2003 – 2010 where he compiled an overall record of 76-21 including four sectionalchampionships and one regional championship. In 2003, he led the East Central Trojans to the final four.“It is an honor and privilege to step back into the East Central football program and help lead a great group of talented young men and coaches. I look forward to helping advance the football program and representing this great community and school during this time of transition,” Don Stonefield, Interim East Central High School Football Head Coach.According to Dr. Andrew Jackson, Superintendent, “Coach Stonefield is a dedicated andsuccessful Athletic Director. Our athletic program has excelled under his leadership. I appreciate his willingness to step in as an interim to provide consistency and stability in this year of transition. He is a Trojan and a winner.”The Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools Board of Trustees will meet on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the East Central High School Library to officially approve Coach Stonefield as the Interim Head Coach.East Central starts their 2018 season August 17th when they host Lawrenceburg.Courtesy of Sunman-Dearborn Schools Superintendent Andrew Jackson. read more
By Ben DeatherageCOTTAGE GROVE, Ore. (July 23) – The races for Wednesday, July 23rd at Cottage Grove Speedway have been canceled due to weather. A storm that recently came through soaked the pit area as well as the race track which prevented any action taking place. However, the race has been rescheduled for Thursday, July 24 and will consist of the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds and hornets.The Wild West Modified Series feature pays $1,000 to win. Front gates open at 4 p.m. and racing starts at approximately 6:45 p.m.
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Foxes attack Burnley Ings not interested in leaving Saints, Southampton manager says Liverpool have maintained their perfect start to the season courtesy of a dramatic late 2-1 victory over Leicester City at Anfield on Saturday.Brendan Rodgers appeared to have masterminded a smash-and-grab draw on his first return to Anfield since being sacked in October 2015 when James Maddison scored with Leicester’s only shot on target to cancel out Sadio Mane’s opener.However, Marc Albrighton conceded a stoppage-time penalty for a foul on Mane, allowing James Milner to tuck the spot kick home and make it 17 successive Premier League victories, including eight from eight so far this term.Even at this early stage of the campaign, the jubilant scenes at the final whistle hinted at the magnitude of a victory which takes them temporarily eight points clear at the top of the table as they inflicted only a second defeat of the season on Leicester.The Foxes were one of only two visiting teams to take points off Liverpool at Anfield last season – alongside champions Manchester City – and came into the match sitting third in the table, so it was no surprise to see them make life difficult for their hosts.It was Liverpool who looked most like scoring for the vast majority of the match, though, and the first half-chance fell to Mohamed Salah after four minutes when he span away from the close attention of Caglar Soyuncu but then put his finish too close to Kasper Schmeichel.Trent Alexander-Arnold proved to be Liverpool’s main attacking threat for much of the half and he created the first big chance of the contest when he skipped past England teammate Ben Chilwell and swung a cross towards James Milner, whose volley bounced into the ground and over the crossbar.Mane was the next to threaten when he drew a routine stop from Schmeichel on the half-hour mark, and another pinpoint delivery from Alexander-Arnold shortly afterwards created an opening for a stretching Roberto Firmino, who could not turn his shot on target.Leicester did begin to grow into the game during the final 15 minutes of the half, but they struggled to ask enough questions of Adrian and their best chance of the opening 45 minutes – a Soyuncu header which was well saved by the Liverpool keeper – would not have counted anyway due to the offside flag being raised.Just when the Foxes were enjoying their best spell of the match, Liverpool went up the other end and broke the deadlock. Milner released Mane through on goal with a brilliant left-footed pass forward, and the Senegalese winger made no mistake with his finish to bring up 50 Premier League goals in his 100th league game for the club.Number 51 almost followed just three minutes later when Firmino cut the ball back to Mane, who this time could only steer his effort on target as Schmeichel made the save.Milner then blazed one over the bar moments afterwards as Liverpool finished the first half strongly, and they quickly picked up where they left off at the start of the second half.Alexander-Arnold was again involved as he poked the ball in to Salah, who was only denied by a fine reaction stop from Schmeichel, although replays suggested that any goal would not have counted anyway with Salah shooting from an offside position.Jurgen Klopp’s side came close again 10 minutes later when a string of one-twos between Salah and Mane almost released the latter into the box, with a last-ditch challenge from Chilwell bouncing against Mane’s leg and flashing just past the post.Alexander-Arnold then fizzed a pass into the feet of Firmino inside the area, with the Brazilian instantly controlling it before dragging his shot wide of the far post.The first warning shot that Liverpool’s profligacy might come back to haunt them came midway through the second half when Albrighton’s pass released Vardy through on goal, only for the striker’s first touch to show too much of the ball to Adrian, who came out to smother it.Liverpool were straight back up the other end just a minute later, though, as Salah poked the ball through for Andrew Robertson, who fired his finish straight down the throat of Schmeichel.Georginio Wijnaldum was the next to create a sight of goal only to waste it with a tame shot, and soon after Leicester offered another glimpse of their increasing threat – although Dennis Praet’s 73rd-minute pile driver which fizzed just past the post was their first shot of any note.Nevertheless, Liverpool’s control over the game was undoubtedly slipping and Leicester gained more and more encouragement heading into the final 10 minutes, particularly after Salah failed to make the most of two promising attacking platforms in quick succession.Sure enough, the Reds were punished 10 minutes from time when Ayoze Perez slid a ball through for the returning Maddison, who put enough on his low strike to beat Adrian despite the Liverpool keeper getting a hand to the ball.To have conceded to Leicester’s first and only shot on target of the match would have been a gutting blow for Liverpool and one which looked set to see them drop their first Premier League points in more than seven months, and Leicester may have even sniffed a win with the wind now in their sails.It was Liverpool who continued to create the best sights of goal, though, and Dejan Lovren saw one header blocked before Virgil van Dijk put another other from successive corners.The leaders had to wait until stoppage time for their moment as Mane won the ball inside the Leicester area and was then bundled into by Albrighton, causing referee Chris Kavanagh to point to the spot with the decision being upheld by VAR.Milner stepped up and coolly sent Schmeichel the wrong way to send Anfield into rapturous celebrations as Liverpool provided further evidence of their title credentials.Klopp’s side could now equal Manchester City’s record of 18 successive Premier League victories when they face bitter rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford after the international break, and will go into the second break of the season with at least a five-point lead at the top. 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Authorities in Tampa are reporting that a 17-year-old boy has died after he was shot in the eye with a BB gun.The incident occurred on February 1st in the parking lot of a bank.According to the report, the teen and an 8-year-old were sitting in a vehicle while the 8-year-old’s father used the ATM.At some point, the 8-year-old moved the loaded BB gun causing it to discharge and strike the 17-year-old in the eye.The teen was rushed to an area hospital in critical condition where he later died.Authorities say they are continuing to investigate the incident.