Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 24, 2014 Zach Braff View Comments Related Shows Bullets Over Broadway If the Bullets cast sets an early alarm clock to sing and dance at 30 Rock, t’aint nobody’s biz-ness if they do. Bullets Over Broadway star Zach Braff, Tony nominee Nick Cordero and a whole crew of tapping mobsters, gave a taste of the tuner based on the Woody Allen film on May 6, as part of The Today Show’s “Best of Broadway” series. Watch their performance of “T’aint Nobody’s Biz-ness If I Do” below to see why the musical landed six Tony nominations, including Best Featured Actor in a Musical for Cordero and Best Choreography for director Susan Stroman, then catch Bullets Over Broadway at the St. James Theatre. Nick Cordero Star Files
View Comments 2015 Tony nominee Bradley Cooper, Tony winner Neil Patrick Harris and many more of your favorite stage stars will present at the upcoming 69th Annual Tony Awards. Hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming, the telecast will broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall on CBS on Sunday, June 7.Other presenters include Jim Parsons, Amanda Seyfried, Ashley Tisdale, Bryan Cranston, Joe Manganiello, Kiefer Sutherland, Anna Chlumsky, Larry David, Jason Alexander, Misty Copeland, Sting, Corey Stoll, David Hyde Pierce, Debra Messing, Jennifer Nettles, Marg Helgenberger, Rita Wilson, Rose Byrne, Thomas Sadoski, Sutton Foster, Taye Diggs, Taylor Schilling, Bobby Cannavale and Tommy Tune.As previously reported, Broadway’s biggest night will feature performances from the 2015 Tony-nominated shows in the Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical categories, including 2015 Tony nominee Chenoweth and the cast of On the Twentieth Century. Vanessa Hudgens and the cast of Gigi, Matthew Morrison, Kelsey Grammer and the cast of Finding Neverland are also just some of the other artists who will take the stage.
By Marian Romero/Diálogo October 17, 2017 Joint Task Force (JTF) Titán, of the Colombian Army’s Seventh Division, located a significant amount of war material belonging to the National Liberation Army (ELN, per its Spanish acronym) guerrilla group. The material was found in a region which still shows signs of instability due to the presence of criminal groups that operate outside the law. “This operation impacts ELN’s armed criminal organizations,” said Colombian Army Brigadier General Mauricio Moreno Rodríguez, the commander of JTF Titán. “An achievement like this prevents any type of terrorist action which could put the lives and stability of the region’s inhabitants in danger.” The operation was carried out on August 9th in Urabá, a rural area in the municipality of Murindó, in the department of Antioquia, where JTF Titán discovered a clandestine hideout with four 7.62 caliber machine guns, 29 rifles of various calibers, 25 handguns, two sub-machine guns, a mortar launcher, two 37-millimeter grenade launchers, and a shotgun. Additionally, parts and materials used in the repair of the seized arms were found. JTF Titán is in charge of boosting security and represents the Army’s permanent presence in the region. “Military operations in the departments of Chocó and Antioquia, in Urabá, are ongoing, because of the continued criminal activity of groups such as ELN, the Gulf Clan, as well as other Organized Armed Groups (OAG),” Brig. Gen. Moreno said. “Our current objective is to locate more illegal caches and to capture whatever criminal organization owns that material.” The challenges of Urabá Urabá is a region located between the Colombian departments of Antioquia, Chocó, Córdoba, and the Darién Gap, on the Panamanian border. Although its place on the political map is unsettled, the region is recognized for its geographically strategic position. Bordered by the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, and with its lush foliage, Urabá has become the preferred region for OAG criminal activity and exportation of alkaloids. “The joint efforts among the armed forces, the regional authorities, and governmental entities has proven the most effective way to confront the department’s challenges,” stated Alexander Mosquera, the secretary of Chocó’s internal affairs. “This way justice can be guaranteed, as well as the appropriate handling of matters involving the Public Defender’s Office, the State Attorney General’s office, the Office of the Ombudsman, the District Attorney’s office, even the church diocese. JTF Titán was founded as a unit of the General Command of the Colombian Military Forces in order to more effectively fight the region’s security threats. It comprises the Army, Navy, Air Force and National Police, as well as state entities, in order to achieve a comprehensive focus, as opposed to an approach using isolated forces. “In Chocó we encountered difficulties ranging from infrastructure to the permanent system of threats from the ELN and Gulf Clan terrorist groups,” Brig. Gen. Moreno said. “Illegal mining, narcotrafficking, extortion, kidnapping, and the recruitment of boys, girls, and adolescents are some of the main factors contributing to instability in the region.” In a region as unstable as Urabá, it is essential to have a well-structured support system that is void of gaps in order to carry out actions such as the seizure of the recently discovered weaponry, the discovery of cocaine laboratories, and the capture of criminals that do so much harm to our community,” Mosquera added. The phenomena of narcotrafficking and illegal mining are constantly morphing, since OAG are seeking ways to continue breaking the law and escape justice. Because of that, it is necessary to join together all the powers of government in order to direct them towards one common end. With the arsenal found by JTF Titán in 2017, the count stands at 28 captured criminals and the destruction of 85 explosive devices, 203 kilograms of explosives, and 51 laboratories. Additionally impounded were 40 illegal caches, 47 kg of cocaine hydrochloride, 3,667 kg of solid ingredients, and 4,524 gallons of liquid ingredients used in the processing of cocaine paste. Governability Guaranteeing the security of Urabá is not an easy task, mainly because some cities suffer a significantly reduced institutional presence due to the armed conflict. In those places the lack of proper judicial processing of criminals gives rise to impunity and continuity of crime. One of the main objectives of JTF Titán is the strengthening of institutions in the region in order to restore governability to the territory as a whole. “Our mission seeks to achieve three goals: further joint and inter-agency operations that strengthen the ability of mayors and governors to govern, make our results irreversible, and create an institutional plan for the territory,” Gen. Moreno said. For his part, Mosquera stated that the Army has recently increased its presence, especially after having recovered territories that had been controlled by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia prior to the Peace Accords. “The military presence has been very positive, resulting in the dismantling of many criminal organizations that insist on remaining in the region,” he stated. “Through these measures the presence of the Army in Urabá constitutes not just the coercive component of the government, but also personifies the expansion of institutional coverage.”
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Jackie “The Joke Man” MartlingThe next installment of The Paramount Comedy Series returns Sunday, Feb. 17 with Long Island’s own Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling leading the laughs and sharing the stage with “The Young Comedians,” four up-and-coming (and younger) jokesters: Joey Giarratano, Scott Schendlinger, Chris DiStefano and Harrison Greenbaum.Huntington’s The Paramount has been hosting a bring-down-the-house comedy show every month since early 2011, blending local talent with international and celebrity comic acts. The list of past headliners includes such funnyman and women as Gary Gulman, Maria Walsh and Louie Anderson.Martling, a Mineola native, fondly remembers downtown Huntington as the area where he got his start in comedy and subsequently helped kickstart comedy on Long Island.“I recorded my first album a few doors away from [The Paramount],” he tells the Long Island Press. “I think that’s kind of interesting.”Martling toured with his rock band Off Hour Rockers until 1979, when he decided to start telling his dirty jokes on stage. Two comedy records later, and in 1983 Martling sent a copy of his work to a then little-known radio DJ named Howard Stern.“He loved them,” Martling recalls. “I went in on his program and then I went to the moon.”These are just some of the revealing (and hysterical) details Martling shared recently with the Press during an interview that left this reporter in absolute stitches. Below are a few additional tidbits—for much more, check out the show Feb. 17. Trust us, you’ll be laughing all week long.LONG ISLAND PRESS: What were the early days of Long Island Comedy like?JACKIE: “After my band broke up I played shows on my own. I met a couple comedians and I invited them to come down to my gigs. I’m talking about Rob Bartlett, who’s on Imus now, Eddie Murphy, who of course you know who he is, and Bob Nelson. These guys would all come down [from New York City] because there was no place to get stage time and Richard M. Dixon had a place in the late ’70s but he wouldn’t pay us, so me and my buddy Richie had the idea to set up my microphone and my amplifier and speakers I used when I played gigs by myself.“We started doing shows and bringing people out from the city. We had all the big ones, you know, Seinfeld and Carol Leifer and Dennis Wolfberg. They all came out because they’d make money. And we actually started comedy on Long Island in 1979 at Cinnamon. I started putting up shows everywhere. There isn’t a bar on Long Island where I didn’t have a comedy show. All the major people from New York were going around making five dollars a set, or a hamburger. They’d come out to Long Island and make 40 or 50 dollars. It was like they died and went to heaven. The audiences were great, and after a year Richie and his brother opened the East Side Comedy Club.”LIP: What are the challenges for a comedian trying to work on Long Island?JACKIE: “The thing is, you need hard bark on ya. That’s the important thing. It’s so funny because when your start out and when you start to get the least bit known, a lot of the same stuff happens. You get interviewed and people ask you the same questions and you get sick of saying ‘I don’t know,’ so you get to making an answer for everything. People always say, ‘Jackie I want to be a comedian, what should I do?’“I got to where I had a stock thing that I said. I’d tell them, ‘Well don’t do it, give up, you don’t have a chance.’“It was funny, because it wasn’t just about blowing people off; there was a real reason there. If telling someone you don’t have a chance is enough to stop you, you really haven’t got a chance. [Comedy] is such a tough thing to do and you’re going to hit so many obstacles that if me telling you that you haven’t got a chance is enough to stop you, you might as well give up.”LIP: What was your first impression of Stern?JACKIE: “He was very tall. [Stern and the cast] couldn’t have been nicer, they treated me so well, and they plugged the hell out of Governor’s Comedy Club and my joke phone line. At the time I was working in Levittown at Governor’s and all of a sudden here I am at 30 Rock looking at pictures of Carson and Donahue and I’m going up sitting there in the big time. They were funny and it was fun. I always got a good laugh, so it was a perfect wedding.”LIP: Why radio?JACKIE: “I had no intention of being a radio guy, that totally happened by accident. But I love it. It’s so immediate. You could write a movie and in a year or two, see your work come to fruition. You write a TV show in a couple of months, you get to see your work come to life. You’re a comedian and in a best-case scenario you can come up with something that morning and tell it on stage that night.“I’d be sitting next to Howard and an idea comes to my head and I’d write it down and put it in front of him. Five seconds later he reads it and immediately 15 million people are laughing. It is so immediate and personal and in your face just knowing that you’re telling jokes on Jackie’s Joke Hunt and there’s a couple hundred thousand people listening, it’s just so fun.”The Paramount’s Box Office is located at 370 New York Ave., Huntington, NY 11743; 631-673-7300. The Paramount Comedy Series Presents: Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling & the Young Comedians Sunday, Feb. 17 at 8 p.m.; Doors open at 7 p.m. For tickets, click here. The Feb. 17 date is a rescheduling from its original Saturday, Feb. 9 date, due to inclement weather. Refunds are available through point of purchase if unable to attend the rescheduled date. For questions, please contact The Paramount at 6310673-7300.
“How can we increase the ability to solve issues in a more sustainable way,” Rusin said. “It could be a transportation commissioner or a city manager so they serve their roles within that fake city,” she said. The program looks to make sure that today’s students are prepared to solve tomorrow’s problems. “This competition helps us get into the mode of becoming city managers and becoming financial advisers so that when we actually step into cities we’re helping to make them a real place and we’re engaged,” he said. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The NASPAA-Batten Simulation Competition has Public Administration and Sustainable Communities students at Binghamton University using fake cities to learn how to solve real life problems. “It’s giving them a real world opportunity to solve problems and see what this is going to look like when they get in the field,” she said. “Students are getting this real world experience so that when they leave our doors they are ready to step into that roll of solving problems across the US,” she said. Saturday’s competition is helping students get into that mindset. “They’ll be working to solve CO2 emmissions issues, weather or not they need more sidewalks or more parking or more parks,” said Cory Rusin, Director of Recruitment and Internship Placement for the program. This involves tackling current modern day problems such as sustainability which is a major objective of Binghamton’s Public Administration program. The students then use their skills to solve problems within their cities, something that students say is critical in order to be prepared for jobs in the real world. As part of the NASPAA-Batten Simulation Competition, the students are broken up into groups and assigned a city. Each student is then assigned a role within that city. “For public administrators to do well we really need to get out there and get engaged and practice doing the work,” said Senegal Alfred Mabry, a masters student in the program. The city with the winning policy proposal will advance to the national competition at one of many sites across the country.
– Advertisement – Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez is searching for his next opponent Yildirim lost to Dirrell who, in turn, lost the WBC title to David Benavidez.The belt is now vacant after Benavidez failed to make weight – the governing body ordered for it to be contested between Canelo and Yildirim.“The WBC ordered me to fight Canelo and I have been ready,” Yildirim continued.“But if he goes on a different direction that is his decision.“I don’t care about anything, don’t care about money, I only care to fight for the WBC green belt and become the first ever world champion from Turkey.” Avni Yildirim has insisted “I have been ready” and still hopes to agree a fight against Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, who became a free agent last week.Mexican star Canelo split from Golden Boy Promotions amid an ongoing lawsuit against them and broadcaster DAZN after being unable to agree terms to his next fight.With Canelo now free to explore a return to the ring, which he plans before the end of 2020, his Yildirim has again staked his claim.
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NewsHub 18 April 2018Family First Comment: Yep – just as we predicted! But it’s ‘marriage equality’. Consenting adults. Love is love. Apparently…www.ProtectMarriage.nzMany will have heard the phrase “threes a crowd”, but for some New Zealanders in romantic relationships that’s simply not the case.At least 1000 people in New Zealand are in polyamorous relationships where the relationship could have three or more people involved.There needs to be communication though; secretly sleeping with someone on the sly isn’t polyamory – that’s just straight up cheating.Jeremy Corbett from Three’s The Project took off his ‘prude shoes’ to talk to some polyamorous people about how it works.“Most of polyamory is scheduling,” said Adrian Renor, who is part of a triad relationship.“It’s a lot of self-reflection and work,” added Gabbi Macclure who is also part of the relationship.The pair are in a relationship with each other and there is a third person in the relationship too, Bernie.READ MORE: http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2018/04/polyamory-how-does-dating-multiple-partners-work.html
Ighalo’s impact at Manchester United has been a surprise to many, but not the coaches who trained him when he first arrived in England. The club’s decision to bring the Nigerian over from Shanghai Shenhua was widely criticised, but he has already shown in his eight appearances for the club that it was a deft transfer, with his success partly down to the 30-year-old’s commitment and drive. As a precaution over coronavirus fears the forward did not meet up with his team-mates for two weeks having arrived in the United Kingdom and instead worked with former Manchester City coach-turned-trainer Wayne Richardson at the GB Taekwondo centre, which is located next to City’s sprawling Etihad Campus. The striker worked on his fitness and strength and conditioning, on weight sessions and ball work, but it was not just his physical attributes that impressed coaches. “From the moment he stepped through the door I knew he was a different breed. I see a lot of players who come in with an agenda of what they want but he knew exactly what his targets were going to be and where he wanted to be,” Richardson told Goal. “I had regular contact with United because they wanted to know what he was doing. I sent them GPS trackings, analysis reports and they were surprised with the level Ighalo was at. Without those two weeks I don’t think he would have been in contention for the games that he has already played in.” The ex-Watford forward was two weeks into pre-season training in China when his move was confirmed and the additional two weeks with Richardson Sport, while his new team-mates spent a week at a warm-weather training camp in Marbella, allowed him to be in contention for the Premier League game against Chelsea on February. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave him his debut off the bench at Stamford Bridge and a minute later he was unlucky not to get himself on the scoresheet. Since then there have been seven appearances, three starts and four goals for the former Nigeria international and he has given the team an option they didn’t previously have. One move in particular that impressed fans were Ighalo’s hold-up play when he was brought on in the dying minutes of the Manchester derby win against City. As he wrestled with Joao Cancelo on the halfway line he held the ball up perfectly before back heeling it into Fred’s path in the build-up to Scott McTominay’s screamer that ensured United left with all three points. And that specific pattern of play was exactly what Ighalo had been focussing on in his personal sessions. “He is a different option to what Solskjaer currently has at the club. When he arrived we spoke about how he was going to be playing a lot with his back to goal. We knew that’s what his role would be so we went through scenarios,” Richardson said. “I brought in a non-league footballer who roughed him up a bit. Grabbed hold of him. He had to hold the ball and put his foot on it and you can see how that paid off when he came on against City, it’s things like this we worked on.” Ighalo, as well as the other players, has been working hard away from the club’s training base with the Carrington facility currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic and he has been posting regular updates on his progress on his social media channels. He now finds himself in a unique position with his loan deal due to expire before the end of the season. The forward’s contract ends on May 31, which would have been enough to see him past the end of a potential Europa League final, but the delay in action for the foreseeable future means the season will run past that date if it even finishes at all. United would have to ask for special permission to extend his current deal due to the extenuating circumstances but there is still hope over a potential permanent deal. Read Also:£400k-a-week offer, Ighalo still far from world’s top 10 best-paid footballers Ighalo would love a permanent move to his boyhood heroes and Solskjaer has suggested it could be a possibility with the club looking for reinforcements upfront when the transfer window opens. But with the current climate, his future is uncertain. But, one thing is for sure, he has already made quite an impression in his first few weeks in M16. 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Among the LGUs in this province thathave received the food packs are the towns of Cauayan, Candoni, La Castellana,Isabela, and Moises Padilla. More municipalities will receive the food packs inthe coming days, Garcia added.Travel restrictions imposed during ECQ has been a challenge to some socialworkers in transporting the food packs from border to border. In the boundary of La Carlota City and La Castellana town, the food packs fromthe delivery truck of the latter needed to be reloaded in the truck of theformer to comply with restrictions of the ECQ. Social workers transfer food packs from one truck to another in the boundary of La Carlota City and La Castellana town in Negros Occidental on April 22. This was in compliance with the travel restrictions imposed by this province in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus disease 2019. LA CARLOTA PNP PSWDO chief Merle Garcia said each food aidcontained five to six kilograms of rice and two to four cans of sardines. BACOLOD City – Local government units(LGUs) in Negros Occidental received a total of 22,000 family food packs fromthe Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office to aid their constituents affectedby the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) brought by the coronavirus disease2019. Since last weekend, another wave of foodpacks, which includes 1,000 sacks of rice, is being prepared at the PSWDO hereand assisted by 15 Philippine Air Force personnel.Each food aid contains 5 kilograms of rice and five cans of sardines. Thenumber of the food packs could reach up to 7,000 after the packaging is over. They are also set for distribution to various municipalities in this province.(With a report from PIA/PN)