Marian Torres & Ramin Karimloo in ‘Prince of Broadway'(Photo: Ryoji Fukuoka) We told you this tuner was one to watch! The long-in-the-works musical Prince of Broadway, which ran in Japan last year, is looking to begin performances on the Main Stem in the fall of 2017, courtesy of the Manhattan Theatre Club and Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller, the New York Post reports. The show celebrates the career of the 21-time Tony-winning director and producer Harold Prince and will play at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.Prince of Broadway will be helmed by Prince himself with co-direction and choreography by Susan Stroman. The show pays tribute to Prince’s 60-year career and examines the circumstances and fortune, both good and bad, that led to him creating some of the most beloved theater of all time, including West Side Story, The Pajama Game, Cabaret, Follies, A Little Night Music, Sweeney Todd, The Phantom of the Opera, Evita and Company.No word yet on casting, but the Japanese production starred Ramin Karimloo, Shuler Hensley, Tony Yazbeck, Emily Skinner, Josh Grisetti, Bryonha Marie Parham, Mariand Torres, Nancy Opel, Reon Yuzuki and Kaley Ann Voorhees.The production will feature a book by David Thompson, set design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by William Ivey Long, wig design by Paul Huntley, musical supervision and arrangements by Jason Robert Brown and musical direction by Fred Lassen.Prince of Broadway was originally slated to open on the Great White Way in 2012 starring Sierra Boggess, Richard Kind and Skinner.Check out Broadway.com’s exclusive interview with Prince below! Prince of Broadway Related Shows View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 29, 2017
Board approves final 2004-05 Bar budget Board approves final 2004-05 Bar budget June 15, 2004 Regular News The Board of Governors has given final approval for the Bar’s 2004-05 budget. The fiscal plan does not increase the annual membership fees, which remain at $265 for active members and $175 for inactive members.Incoming Budget Committee Chair Jerald Beer told the board, at its May 28 meeting, that there was only one minor change from the budget it initially approved early in April. That is $8,000 for the Special Commission on Lawyer Regulation, which is reviewing the Bar’s disciplinary process.“That’s the only change we had to the budget from April, so this will be the budget that is submitted to the Supreme Court,” Beer told the board.The budget was published in the April 30 Bar News, and the new fiscal year will begin on July 1.The 2004-05 budget projects a surplus of not quite half a million dollars with revenues just under $30 million.The budget envisions a beginning general fund balance of $13.1 million. That’s up from the $11.5 million balance at the start of the 2003-04 budget year, which means the Bar is anticipating a $1.6 million surplus for its FY 2003-04 operations. Much of that comes from increased earnings on Bar investments.The largest income will continue to come from members’ annual fees, expected at $19.5 million for 2004-05, up from $19 million in 2003-04 and $18.6 million in 2002-03.For expenditures, regulation of the practice of law operations — which includes lawyer regulation, the Attorney Client Assistance Program, ethics, advertising, professionalism, and membership records — will continue to be the biggest budget item.
It turns out money can buy happiness.According to a Purdue University and University of Virginia study, earning $95,000 per year is the sweet spot for feeling satisfied with your life. A sense of emotional well-being is found between $60,000 and $70,000. Researchers added that incomes for families skew a bit higher.Interestingly, more money leads to more problems. Researchers said once your needs are comfortably met, anything more fosters a “keeping up with the Joneses” mentality and the tendency to make social comparisons, which lower well-being.No need to feel defeated if you aren’t hitting that optimum income just yet. Researchers said money is only a part of what really makes us happy. Maybe you just need a change of location.Money Magazinehas released its annual 2018 Best Places to Live in America list. They ranked everything from home prices and job opportunities, to overall quality of life.Here are the top 10.Frisco, TXPopulation: 179,067Median family income: $129,118Median home price: $349,000Ashburn, VAPopulation: 53,190Median family income: $134,057Median home price: $456,000Carmel, INPopulation: 94,854Median family income: $130,044Median home price: $322,630Ellicott City, MDPopulation: 73,236Median family income: $136,339Median home price: $390,000Cary, NCPopulation: 162,025Median family income: $113,831Median home price: $360,000Franklin, TNPopulation: 78,376Median family income: $109,231Median home price: $477,145Dublin, CAPopulation: 67,839Median family income: $141,471Median home price: $794,000Highlands Ranch, COPopulation: 106,802Median family income: $126,404Median home price: $480,000Sammamish, WAPopulation: 52,304Median family income: $165,064Median home price: $932,250Woodbury, MNPopulation: 70,072Median family income: $120,976Median home price: $275,000 7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Myriam DiGiovanni After writing for Credit Union Times and The Financial Brand, Myriam DiGiovanni covers financial literacy for FinancialFeed. She is also a storytelling expert and works with credit unions to help … Web: www.financialfeed.com Details
SHARE Email Facebook Twitter February 20, 2018 Press Release Millerstown, PA – Today, Wolf Administration cabinet officials were joined by community members as well as students from elementary school, high school, and college for a Cabinet in Your Community event at Greenwood High School in Millerstown. This was the seventh in a series of town-hall style events held across the state in which members of the community can talk with cabinet secretaries and discuss issues important to the region.“The exceptional discussion and positive energy that has resulted from all seven of these events has been remarkable,” said Governor Wolf. “From college to elementary to high school students, to countless individuals in communities across the commonwealth, my administration has been able to engage in valuable dialogue on how to best help Pennsylvania’s residents.”Featuring Department of Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding, Department of Education Secretary Pedro Rivera, Department of Health Acting Secretary Rachel Levine, and Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Colonel Tyree Blocker, the department heads provided updates on regional projects and accomplishments and answered questions from the audience.The next Cabinet in Your Community event is currently scheduled for February 27 in East Stroudsburg at the East Stroudsburg University Innovation Center with the cabinet secretaries from the departments of Aging, Agriculture, Community and Economic Development, Environmental Protection, Military and Veterans’ Affairs, and General Services. Students, Community Members Join Wolf Administration in Millerstown for Cabinet in Your Community Event
Area Girls And Boys Basketball Scores.Tuesday (12-6)Girls Scores.Oldenburg 53 Rising Sun 36Jac-Cen-Del 76 Waldron 42Franklin County 62 Richmond 39North Decatur 65 Eastern Hancock 64Lawrenceburg 55 South Decatur 27Indian Creek 48 Hauser 45Scottsbug 75 Shawe Memorial 40SW Shelby 52 Knightstown 39Boys Scores.Switzerland County 67 East Central 59
COLUMBUS, Ind. — Retired NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will rent out his Columbus home and 414-acre property for hunting and fishing.Stewart gained approval from Bartholomew County in December for commercial use of his Hidden Hollow Ranch.Stewart tells The Columbus Republic that a sporting goods company has reserved the property for this spring’s turkey hunting season.He says some fishing excursions might be sold for 2017, but deer hunting is likely a few years away.Stewart says he’s only at the house about 20 days a year.Those renting the house will have to undergo background checks.The 16,781-square foot home was built in 2011, has six bedrooms and a bowling alley.
Loading… Matip sustained the injury during the 0-0 draw with Everton on June 21 – Liverpool’s first match back after the suspension of the season. The centre-back subsequently missed the 4-0 win over Crystal Palace on June 24 and admits he is unlikely to feature in the rest of the campaign. “This season I will be not back on the pitch but for next season, I hope I’m going to be quite early a direct help for the team,” he told the club’s website.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World Liverpool defender Joel Matip expects to miss the remainder of the season due to a foot injury. Liverpool still have seven games remaining in the season and the newly-crowned champions are on course to break a number of Premier League records, including the highest points total. read also:Matip signs new five-year contract at Anfield Jurgen Klopp’s side are currently on 86 points and need five wins from their final seven games to beat the current record of 100, set by Manchester City in the 2017-18 season. The two sides meet on Thursday, live on Sky Sports, and Pep Guardiola has confirmed City will give Liverpool a guard of honour at the Etihad. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Jurgen Klopp insists he may turn his back on football after his present contract with Premier League champions Liverpool ends in 2024. The 53-year-old German had wanted to take a year off after he left Borussia Dortmund in 2015 but Liverpool came calling that October asking him to replace Brendan Rodgers. Since then he has guided them to the Champions League trophy in 2019 and this year ended a 30-year wait for the league title. However, he told German website Sportbuzzer that taking a year out in 2024 will give him time to reflect on what he wants to do next. “I will take a year off and ask myself if I miss football,” Klopp said. “If the answer is in the negative, then that will be it for Jurgen Klopp as a coach.” Klopp — who broke Bayern Munich’s stranglehold on the German title winning it with Dortmund two years running (2010/11, 2011/12) — also revealed what he would miss least about the high-pressure business of football management. “If one day I’m not a coach anymore, there’s one thing I won’t miss: The brutal tension just before the game,” he said. “That’s no laughing matter.”Advertisement Promoted Content7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchMost Amazing Advanced Robots That Will Change Our World6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do ThisThe Best Cars Of All TimeTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made Jurgen Klopp will take a break from football in 2024. Read Also: Roma: US billionaire completes €591m takeover Having landed the first English league title for Liverpool in 30 years, Klopp said the new champions are eager for more silverware. The task facing Liverpool in defending the league crown is formidable as only Manchester City in the past 11 years has achieved that (2017/18, 2018/19). “The whole club is up for the new season and wants to do it even better,” said Klopp. “We want to chase our opponents and continue to be a super unpleasant team that is not fun to play against. We’re not defending any titles, we want to get new ones, we’ve only just started winning.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
The Varsity Lady Bulldogs traveled to Rushville last night for a conference match-up winning 25-22, 14-25, 25-22, 25-22.It was a competitive contest against the Lions. Batesville had starter Kerigan Haskamp return to the line-up for the first time since her ankle injury in August. Kerigan’s blocking makes a difference and proved helpful against Rushville. The Dogs won in a 4 set match with the help of some key JV players who stepped up for the team. Sydnee Schaefer and Naia Bustinza came off the bench to spark our defense and were tough servers. Our next match is against Jennings County on Thursday evening.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Kateri Paul. After an exciting tourney win over the weekend, the Lady Bulldog JV Volleyball team turned in a lackluster performance against a determined Rushville team falling by the scores 25-19, 25-12.The team committed 20 hitting errors and struggled with passing consistency as well. Even with all the mistakes on our side of the net, much credit belongs to Rushville for playing more inspired ball. Kaitlyn Sarringhaus had 5 service points. Naia Bustinza led the team with 22 good digs.The team hopes to bounce back with an improved performance on Thursday as they host Jennings County. Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.
The 30-year-old left-back has not featured at all this season after sustaining an ankle injury just before the campaign kicked off. He will play in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Wednesday as he steps up his comeback but knows he is not yet close to being up to speed. Press Association Everton defender Leighton Baines is set to take another step towards a first-team recall but admits he does not yet know when he will be ready to return. “It’s really difficult to judge because I’ve never been in this position before,” he told the Liverpool Echo. “I played 90 minutes in pre-season (in a friendly against Villarreal) and that’s the only 90 minutes I’ve played in the past six months or so. “In that six months I’ve probably spent a grand total of two weeks training with the team so it is new territory in that sense. “But I’m trying to see it in the most positive light possible in that I’ve had a really good break. “I’ve had two pre-seasons with a break in between and I feel really good for it and I hope to come back and be fully fit and ready to be available. “I’ve done a lot of fitness work, a lot strength work but I am back into full training now and full contact and a we have a game this week so it is just about getting football fitness and match fitness now. “I feel good in all other aspects so it is just about ticking those other boxes and with the work I’ve done over the last few months, hopefully that will stand me in good stead to progress through this next stage quite quickly.” What is in Baines’ favour is the international break, which means he has another 10 days before Everton play again when Aston Villa visit Goodison on November 21.