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first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 13, 2015 Related Shows View Comments Just try and tear him down! Two-time Audience Choice Award winner Darren Criss may be departing Hedwig and the Angry Inch on July 19, but he already has his next gig lined up. The former Glee star, who recently received an Emmy nod for his original song on the series, will headline new movie Smitten!. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the romantic comedy, from Oscar winner Barry Morrow (Rain Man), will start shooting on July 20 in Italy.Criss will play a fashion executive who gets kidnapped by inept mafia members and they end up in the alpine mountains. The film will also star Madalina Ghenea and Angela Molina.Perhaps best known for playing Blaine on the Fox series Glee, Criss made his Great White Way debut in 2012 as J. Pierpont Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, a role that earned him a Audience Choice Award for Favorite Replacement (he also picked up the same trophy this year for Hedwig). His additional film and TV credits include Girl Most Likely, Eastwick and Little White Lie. In 2010, he released his first EP of original music, titled Human. He can occasionally be found at Marie’s Crisis belting Disney standards with Tony winner Lea Salonga.Taye Diggs will begin performances as our favorite internationally ignored song stylist from July 22 at the Belasco Theatre. Star Files Hedwig and the Angry Inch Darren Crisslast_img read more

first_imgThe Department of Environmental Conservation s Compliance and Enforcement Division today announced that it has formally settled environmental violations involving Churchill Coatings Corporation. The company operates a coating facility in North Springfield. The settlement includes a $17,000 penalty.        Through the Agency s investigation, it was discovered that the company violated provisions of the Vermont Hazardous Waste Management Regulations. In the course of doing business, the company stored containers of waste paints and thinners in a tractor trailer located adjacent to the facility. The containers had been filled in 2005 and stored in the trailer since that time, were not properly labeled, did not have aisle space between them, and as a result did not have visible labels. The trailer was located outdoors with no ability to control its interior temperature, spill and fire control equipment were not available in its immediate area, warning signs were not posted, an inventory of the waste in the trailer was not being maintained, and daily inspections of the trailer were not being conducted. An inspection of the facility revealed that rags used to clean the coating machines with mineral spirits were disposed with regular solid waste, and therefore no hazardous waste determination was made. In addition the facility did not have an up-to-date Site ID form.        The matter was investigated by Environmental Enforcement Officer Gary Urich. After the investigation was completed, Churchill Coatings Corporation was notified of the violations and agreed to settle the matter. In response to Agency directives, the company characterized and properly disposed of the hazardous waste stored in the trailer, which is no longer being used for hazardous waste storage. It also established new procedures for storing hazardous waste inside the facility, created a waste inventory log, daily inspection log, properly labeled its hazardous waste accumulation drum, and submitted an updated Site ID from. It has also taken steps to reduce the quantity of hazardous waste generated by re-using coating and cleaning materials.        The settlement was reduced to an Assurance of Discontinuance and was so ordered by the Environmental Court. In it, Churchill Coatings Corporation agreed to comply with the Vermont Hazardous Waste Management Regulations in the operation of its business. It was also agreed that it will pay a civil penalty of $17,000 to the State of Vermont for the violations.        Involved Program: Hazardous Waste Management Division of the Department of Environmental ConservationEnvironmental Enforcement Officer: Gary UrichSource: VT DEC. 3.30.2010last_img read more

first_imgLyndon State College has announced that Michigan-based clothing company Carhartt, Inc, has made a $1 million gift in support of the college’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign, A New View: The Second Century Campaign. ‘This is a significant gift that will benefit our students and the surrounding Northeast Kingdom,’ said Lyndon President Carol A Moore.Carhartt President & CEO and Lyndon alumnus Mark Valade ‘78 helped secure this gift when he recognized ‘that the stars are aligned with regard to the leadership and resources available to guide both Lyndon State College and the Northeast Kingdom into a promising and prosperous future.’A portion of the Carhartt gift will help expand Lyndon’s Promise Scholarship Program and provide more scholarships to low-income students from the Northeast Kingdom (NEK) who will be among the first in their families to graduate from college. The Promise Scholarship has also benefited from a corresponding grant from Boston-based Jane’s Trust, and the program will be organized through the Patrick and Marcelle Leahy Center for Rural Students at Lyndon.In addition to bolstering scholarship support, this gift will be used to create the Carhartt Advising Resource Center. The Carhartt Center will serve as an advising resource to students as well as to faculty and staff. For students, it will support the academic advising process by providing students with a visible resource on campus to find answers to a wide range of questions. For faculty and staff, it will exist as a central resource for professional development and information to ensure consistency in advising practices across the campus. The primary goal of the Carhartt Center is to ensure that all students receive the information they need to succeed at Lyndon and beyond.The gift will also fund two important initiatives that will strengthen the College for decades to come. The first is the acquisition of a ten-acre parcel of land adjacent to the campus. The second is to provide funding to underwrite some of the costs of The Second Century Campaign. Lyndon plans to announce the details of The Second Century Campaign at public events scheduled to occur concurrently at nine different locations around the country on Saturday, July 17, 2010. President Moore said that ‘Lyndon is very grateful for Carhartt’s vision and generosity.’Since 1889, Carhartt, Inc., has manufactured premium work wear known for exceptional durability, comfort and quality of construction. Carhartt is family-owned and operated with more than 3,500 employees dedicated to its mission of providing ‘best-in-class’ apparel for the active worker.Source: Lyndon State. 6.28.2010last_img read more

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享 Energy became on Tuesday the latest coal miner to file for bankruptcy, saying the global economic slowdown triggered by the coronavirus epidemic had pushed it over the edge.The company, already hit by an ongoing switch to cheaper and cleaner sources of energy, said it planned to hand ownership to its creditors as part of a restructuring plan. The restructuring plan, which allows the company to stay in business, would cut debt by about $1 billion by swapping $1.4 billion of debt for equity, according to the Chapter 11 documents filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in St. Louis.The coal miner’s collapse is yet another sign of a dying industry, despite President Donald Trump’s rescue attempts. Right after taking office, he slashed environmental regulations and even installed former coal lobbyist Scott Pruitt at the head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Pruitt resigned in 2018, facing numerous ethics investigations.The deregulatory push, however, has been unable to offset market forces. Coal just can’t compete with cheap natural gas and the falling cost of solar power, wind and other forms of renewable energy.Internal demand for the fossil fuel, in turn, has hit a decades-low point with power plants expected to consume less coal next year than at any point since President Jimmy Carter was in the White House, according to official forecasts. At the same time, financial institutions are restricting thermal coal funding.To date, over 100 global banks and insurers, including Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase, have announced their divestment from coal mining and/or coal-fired power plants.[Cecilia Jamasmie]More: Foresight latest U.S. coal miner to file for bankruptcy Foresight Energy joins ranks of bankrupt U.S. coal companieslast_img read more

first_imgOrganized by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce-Pula County Chamber and the company COIN inženjering doo Pula, a presentation of the nautical-tourist complex Sveta Katarina-Monumenti was held at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce-Pula County Chamber. The 65m-euro project, which has been standing for years, is finally moving from a standstill and work is underway, which is scheduled to last until 2020.The construction of the nautical-tourist complex Sveta Katarina – Monumenti is being developed as part of the Brijuni Riviera program, as a project of special importance for the Republic of Croatia, the County of Istria and the City of Pula. The complex covers a total area of ​​46 hectares on which will be built two nautical tourism ports with 550 berths in the sea and the possibility of building 1200 berths on land and other ancillary facilities and hotel complex. The entire realization of the project, ie bringing the area to its intended purpose, is expected in 2020. The project itself is divided into functional units and will be built in stages, and the initial phase will be the rehabilitation of the bridge that connects the mainland and the island of Sv. Katarina, while the preparatory actions for bringing the infrastructure have already begun.”This is the beginning when Pula crosses the other shore of the Pula Bay”Danko Končar pointed out and added that the value of this investment, for which a concession was obtained, is more than 65 million euros.Mayor Flego expressed great satisfaction that the former abandoned military property is finally being put into operation. ” I am sure we have all realized how much we need such investments, such jobs and such service. I appeal to employ as many local craftsmen, small and medium-sized businesses that know how to build and work in such facilities tomorrow. ” Flego pointed out.The military complex on the island of Katarina was created for the needs of the Austro-Hungarian defense system of the city of Pula, and in 1912 the Naval Air Experimental Station Pula was built on the island, which then became the Air Arsenal. During the Italian rule, part of the existing Austro-Hungarian buildings were repurposed for the needs of the Royal Submarine Academy, new buildings were built, and a 250 m long bridge that connected the island with the mainland.By the way, the entire project is worth about 60 million euros, and the realization of the project Sv. Katarina-Monumenti is divided into three phases – the construction of the nautical tourism port Sv. Katarina, construction of a dry marina and a hotel complex. This is certainly a historic moment for the development of the city and the valorization of an attractive tourist location that will certainly raise tourism in Pula to a higher level.last_img read more

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first_imgTedros said the WHO was seeing intense transmission of the coronavirus in relatively few countries.”Two-thirds of all cases are from 10 countries. Almost half of all cases reported so far are from just three countries,” he said, referring to the United States, Brazil and India.Worldwide more than 15 million cases have been reported and nearly 620,000 deaths, he said.Recorded US coronavirus infections exceeded 4 million on Thursday, with more than 2,600 new ones every hour on average, the highest rate in the world, according to a Reuters tally.Infections in the United States have rapidly accelerated since the first COVID-19 case was detected on Jan. 21. It took the country 98 days to reach 1 million cases. It took another 43 days to reach 2 million and then 27 days to reach 3 million.It has only taken 16 days to reach 4 million at a rate of 43 new cases a minute.Tedros said that just because cases may be at a low level where someone lives, it doesn’t mean they should let down their guard.”Know your situation – do you know how many cases were reported where you live yesterday? Do you know how to find that information? Do you know how to minimize your exposure?” “Our sole focus – and the focus of the entire organization – is on saving lives.”…And WHO will not be distracted by these comments. We don’t want the international community also to be distracted.”A WHO advance team has been in China for nearly two weeks, organizing a WHO-led international mission to investigate the origins of the virus. Scientists believe it emerged in a food market in the central city of Wuhan late last year.”We are already beginning to reach out to experts at the international level to see who will be available and most appropriate to be able to support an international mission in the coming weeks,” Mike Ryan, WHO’s top emergencies expert, said. The head of the World Health Organization said on Thursday that reported comments by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo questioning his independence were untrue and would not distract the organization from its work in fighting the coronavirus.Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has come under criticism, especially from US President Donald Trump and Pompeo, who have accused him of being pro-China.”And the comments are untrue and unacceptable and without any foundation, for that matter,” Tedros said in response to a question at a Geneva briefing about remarks by Pompeo reported in London on Tuesday.center_img Topics :last_img read more

first_imgThe 52,454 dwt bulk carrier Patriot has been detained in Singapore waters, Supreme Court of Singapore’s data shows.The 2004-built ship, which is operated by Greek shipowner Edem Marine, was arrested in the morning hours of August 10, 2017.Focal Investigation & Security Agency has been appointed for security and investigation purposes related to the arrest of the bulk carrier, built at Japan’s Tadotsu Tsuneishi yard.Supreme Court of Singapore did not disclose the reasons for the ship’s detention.World Maritime News Stafflast_img

first_img Loading… Promoted ContentBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MorePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At Longer9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To Visit7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind Moss, who became a Premier League official in 2011 after first refereeing in the Football League in 2005, was taking charge of his first Bournemouth game of the season on Sunday. The Sunderland-born official, who is now based in West Yorkshire, has refereed 22 games this season. His alleged comments about Bournemouth being in the relegation zone were in fact wrong. Bournemouth are two points above the relegation zone with Norwich, Watford and West Ham currently in the bottom three. Moss gave out five yellow cards to players on Sunday with Sheffield United’s Enda Stevens and Lys Mousset cautioned along with Bournemouth’s Simon Francis, Andrew Surman and Callum Wilson. Moss was taking charge of his first Bournemouth match of the season on Sunday afternoon Read Also: Liverpool ready to sign £51m-rated Bundesliga star in the summer Blades boss Chris Wilder was also shown a yellow card by Moss for scrapping with Surman on the touchline. Sheffield United came from behind to win the Bramall Lane clash with Billy Sharp cancelling out Wilson’s opener. John Lundstram scored Sheffield United’s winner with six minutes remaining to pile more misery on the Cherries. The Football Association have been contacted for comment. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Reports suggest Bournemouth are in talks with the Premier League over the conduct of Moss after hearing of their players’ complaints. Gosling, speaking to the Daily Echo, said: ‘The ref didn’t help. Giving soft fouls away and little comments to two or three of the lads didn’t help as well really. ‘I thought it was very disrespectful what he was saying. It was just the little niggly ones and then the little sarky comments. ‘The officials talk about respect at the start of the season and there was zero respect from Jon Moss on Sunday. Gosling (right) and his team ended up on the losing side after going ahead ‘I thought he was a disgrace. The comments that he made especially to me and one other player – talking about the relegation zone and “you’re still in the relegation zone”, “you’re having one”, “your team’s having one” this and that and it was very, very disrespectful.’ Gosling added, talking about when Moss made the comments: ‘During the game, yeah. I think he should really come out and apologise because I thought he was a disgrace.’ Bournemouth’s Dan Gosling has called on Premier League official Jon Moss to apologise to his club for making ‘disrespectful comments’ during their defeat by Sheffield United. Midfielder Gosling has accused Moss, 49, of belittling the Cherries by speaking to the players about their relegation battle during their match on Sunday.last_img read more

first_imgUpdate (March 12 @ 12:11 a.m.)Authorities are releasing more information about the shooting that took the life of a teenage boy in Greensburg Tuesday night.The victim has been identified as 13-year-old Craig Roberts, a student at Greensburg Junior High School.Officers with the Greensburg Police Department responded to a 911 call in the 1000 block of North Carver Street at 5:43 p.m.The investigation is still ongoing as police say the death may be a result of an accidental shooting, according to Greensburg Detective Bill Meyerrose.An autopsy could be conducted by the Decatur County Coroner as early as Wednesday.First Report (March 11 @ 11:35 p.m.)Police in Greensburg are investigating a shooting that claimed the life of a 13-year-old Greensburg Junior High School student on Tuesday evening.Authorities responded to a home in the 1000 block of North Carver Street after receiving a report of the shooting.Police have not released information on the circumstances that led to the boy’s death.This is a developing story, more information will be available when details are confirmed by police.last_img read more