Star Files View Comments Hungry? Grab a seat at Cady Huffman’s new cabaret show And She Can Cook Too!. The Tony winner’s performance will take place January 14 at 54 Below. That’s one-night-only to chow down on some hilarious and touching crooning from the star of The Producers and The Nance! Nathan Lane Most recently seen on Broadway alongside Nathan Lane in The Nance, Huffman won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her role as Ulla in The Producers and later revived the character for a season of HBO’s comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm. She received an additional Tony nomination for The Will Rogers Follies. Other stage credits include Steel Pier, Dame Edna, Big Deal and La Cage aux Folles. Additional film and TV Credits include Law and Order: SVU, The Good Wife, Frasier, Mad About You, One Life to Live and Submissions Only. As well as starring on Broadway, Huffman is a regular judge on Food Network’s Iron Chef America. Huffman debuts her new one-woman show about life, love and what she ate along the way. From her grandmother’s burnt toast and tomato sandwiches to Iron Chef Michael Symon’s lamb heart tartar, Huffman has eaten it all, loved it all and gone back for seconds. Joining long time collaborators Eugene Gwozdz on the piano and Roger Cohen on drums, get ready to laugh, maybe cry and definitely sing along to the foodie tunes of Hank Williams, Joni Mitchell, Cy Coleman and many more!
Lots of People Watched The Last Five Years on the Couch Honestly, if you didn’t spend Valentine’s Day crying into a pint of Ben and Jerry’s while wearing these PJs and watching The Last Five Years, you did it wrong. The film took in $42,042 in its (very) limited theatrical release, but also hit the top spot on the iTunes Independent Film chart and ranked eighth overall. Congrats to the little off-Broadway musical that could, Anna Kendrick, Jeremy Jordan and (of course) Wayne the Snake! The 39 Steps Team to Return for Off-Broadway Bow The original creative team behind The 39 Steps on Broadway will return for the forthcoming off-Broadway revival at Union Square Theatre. Reuniting with director Maria Aitken are the original productions lighting designer Kevin Adams, sound designer Mic Pool and set and costume designer Peter McKintosh. The Patrick Barlow comedy will performances will begin on April 1 and open officially on April 13 (instead of the originally reported April 9). Is There a Marcia in the House? Tony and Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden will head to the small screen for the upcoming CBS pilot Code Black. According to Deadline, Harden will play Christa in the medical drama, a soccer mom-turned-doctor who lost her son to cancer and now works at LA County Hospital with her fellow—albeit younger—residents. The series is based on the 2013 documentary of the same name. View Comments Sally Struthers, Annie Golden & Mary Testa Will Get Cheery The York Theatre Company will host a two-night-only public developmental reading of Cheer Wars, a new musical by Gordon Leary and Karlan Judd. Hunter Foster will direct a cast that features Sally Struthers, Annie Golden and Mary Testa, as well as Britney Coleman, Molly Hager, Stephanie Hsu, Amy Linden, Alyse Alan Louis, Michael Dean Morgan, Robb Sapp and Dana Steingold. The tuner follows the rivalry between two cheerleading-obsessed coaches and their also-cheering daughters. Performances will take place on February 19 and 20 at Theatre at Saint Peter’s. Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the Holiday weekend. Sienna Miller Dreams of a Culinary Cabaret Screen favorite Sienna Miller returns to Broadway tonight as Cabaret’s next and final Sally Bowles. She recently stopped by Good Morning America to discuss the role, saying she coincidentally got her Great White Way inspiration from Birdman, starring Oscar nominee and her Sally predecessor Emma Stone. “In the book, she’s supposed to be bad,” Miller says of the Kit Kat Klub headliner. So if she doesn’t exactly nail a note here and there, it’s totally a character choice. Take a look she discusses her bizarre show-related nightmares (including one involving a chef hat), and reveals that her first night on will be her first time on stage with her co-star Alan Cumming!
William Popp Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 5, 2020 View Comments Waitress William Popp will bring the heat to Waitress when he makes his Broadway debut as the evil (spoiler!) Earl on September 23. He steps in for the A Bronx Tale-bound Nick Cordero in the Tony-nominated tuner. Headlined by Tony winner Jessie Mueller, the Diane Paulus-helmed musical is baking up a storm at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.Star of off-Broadway’s Sleep No More, Popp’s TV credits include Power, Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, Blacklist, The Americans and the upcoming Time After Time.Waitress marks five-time Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles’ stage-writing debut. Based on the 2007 film by the late Adrienne Shelly and book by Jessie Nelson, the tuner follows Jenna, a small town waitress stuck in a loveless marriage. As a nearby baking contest approaches (and a new doctor comes to town), she’s torn between her commitments and—thanks to her pie-making expertise—a chance at freedom.The cast also includes Drew Gehling, Keala Settle, Jenna Ushkowitz, Dakin Matthews, Eric Anderson, Christopher Fitzgerald, Thay Floyd, Molly Hager, Aisha Jackson, Ragan Pharris and Ryan Vasquez.
By Anderson Gabino/Diálogo October 14, 2020 Brazilian Military Police from the Border Operations Department (DOF, in Portuguese), with support from the Ministry of Justice and Public Security’s Secretariat of Integrated Operations (Seopi/MJSP, in Portuguese), carried out Operation Horus in Mato Grosso do Sul state on August 26, resulting in the largest drug seizure in Brazil’s history. Two people were arrested as they transported the drug.Authorities seized close to 33.3 tons of marijuana found in multiple packages inside a truck, in Maracaju. Prior to this, in May, the Brazilian Federal Highway Police had seized the largest amount of marijuana, 28 tons, also in Mato Grosso do Sul, on the border with Paraguay.DOF director, Military Police Lieutenant Colonel Wagner Ferreira da Silva, highlighted the importance of the seizure. “Operation Horus of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, along with other strategies of our Secretariat of Public Security, dealt a major blow to criminal organizations that operate on the borders. It breaks a criminal cycle and decapitalizes organized crime, impeding that its dividends return against society in the form of violence.”The large number is also reflected in the annual total of seizures in the state. With few months left in the year, the total of drugs seized on the roads by DOF alone is more than 146 percent of the total seized the previous year. In 2019, authorities seized 73 tons of marijuana. Between January and August 2020, more than 180 tons of the drug have been seized.“This result demonstrates how aligned the institutions are, as well as the level of professionalism and commitment of all the participants,” said Eduardo Bettini, Seopi/MJSP general border coordinator.Since the start of Operation Horus in Mato Grosso do Sul in September 2019, the state has been leading in drug seizures. Security forces have already kept about 333.5 tons of drugs off the streets.
Challenge for Children donations are rolling in The Florida Bar’s Challenge for Children has raised $165,000 as of late August for Florida Bar Foundation programs to help children with legal needs.While Bar President Miles McGrane said he had hoped to raise as much as $250,000, Foundation officials said they are thrilled to get the money.Foundation President Andrew O’Malley, addressing the Bar Board of Governors last month on Foundation activities, said about 1,000 more lawyers contributed to the Foundation because of the campaign.“This will allow for more funding around the state for children’s services,” he said.McGrane said at least a few more contributions are expected and although his goal of $250,000 was not met, Foundation officials “have convinced me if I get $175,000 I should stop campaigning.”The Bar has also set up an area on its Web site where lawyers can volunteer to help nonprofit and civic organizations that assist children, McGrane said. Lawyers can click on the “For the Children” button on the Bar’s homepage, www.flabar.org, and it will take them to a page where they can sign up to be matched with a children’s group.On related Foundation matters, O’Malley said the group was happy the legislature appropriated $1.5 million for the Civil Legal Assistance Act, even though that was $500,000 less than last year when the program began. The foundation will be working with lawmakers, he said, to find a permanent source of funding for the program.The Foundation is also expanding its fellows program, which recruits new members who donate $1,000 to the organization. O’Malley said the program had a very successful start in Tallahassee with 149 new members, and a second campaign was set to be launched in Miami by early this month. September 15, 2003 Regular News Challenge for Children donations are rolling in
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Have you ever had or been a mentor? If not, you are missing out. Regardless of your experience or whether your organization offers a program, this is a relationship you should seek.No one is too good to have a mentor, and all of us can build on our current abilities. Plus, we all have knowledge and skills to offer. Building a mentor relationship—whether formal or informal—empowers those involved to develop.As CUES President/CEO John Pembroke writes in the CUES Guide to Effective Mentorship (a benefit of membership), “mentees get value in a mentorship … however, in the best mentoring relationships, mentors get value as well.” Regardless of your role, your mentoring effort will be enhanced by implementing the tips below.
continue reading » COVID-19 has disrupted many aspects of everyday life, with one of the most notable being work environments. Financial technology providers and credit unions across the country have quickly adapted to some or all employees working from home, leveraging technology and new strategies to virtually accomplish what was once done in person. This can be difficult enough for existing employees; however, onboarding new employees during this time brings its own set of unique challenges.To overcome these obstacles, the people and culture team at Sensibill, a Toronto-based provider of everyday financial tools like digital receipt management and SKU-level data that help institutions better know and serve their customers, shifted focus to building an engaging and effective remote team, ensuring that new team members were welcomed, included and positioned for success through a new virtual onboarding process. Credit unions looking to improve their virtual employee onboarding experience might want to consider emulating the tactics below.1. Contactless Laptop and Swag DeliveryWe might not get to meet new teammates in person, but they can still expect a swag and laptop delivery! Determining how to get desks, chairs, laptops and additional monitors to our team has been challenging, but personal door drop-off guarantees that our team is well-equipped for success with their home offices right away. Hugh Theodore, senior product manager at Sensibill, says having the necessary hardware and care package before his start date was a great welcome that allowed him to hit the ground running from day one. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Linkedin Google Forgot Password ? Log in with your social account New technology aimed at curbing traffic offenses is having but a limited impact on roads of the capital. The Jakarta Police have revealed that motorcyclists still often violate traffic rules despite an electronic ticketing (e-ticketing) system in place since Feb. 1.Traffic police law enforcement head Sr. Adj. Comr. Fahri Siregar said 502 traffic violations had been registered from Feb. 1 to Feb. 3. That number was divided into three types of wrongdoing: riding on busway lanes, disregarding traffic signs and not wearing helmets.“Even though we implemented the e-ticketing system at the start of this month, there are motorcyclists who still violate traffic rules,” Fahri told The Jakarta Post at the Jakarta Police headquarters on Tuesday.Fahri explained that those violations had been caught by 45 surveillance cameras installed on three major roads, namely Jl. MH Thamr… e-ticketing motorcycle-taxi ojek-driver Jakarta-police Facebook LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Topics :
Brookville, IN—Still looking for a Christmas gift for the impossible person in your life? How about donating to a worthwhile cause? Such as this:Summertime in Brookville could soon be more enjoyable with a new playscape at the new pool if a crowdfunding campaign reaches its goal to raise $50,000 by February 11th. The campaign, led by the Brookville Town Aquatic Center, is using the CreatINg Places program sponsored by the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.If the campaign reaches its goal, the Brookville Town Aquatic Center will receive a matching grant of $50,000 from the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority. For more information or to donate, click here.
Press Association Saturday’s clash at the Stadio Olimpico could determine who finishes with the wooden spoon, although it is the Irish who enter the final weekend with the greater sense of anti-climax. Italy defeated France in the first round and almost caused another seismic shock against England on Sunday, only to fall short with a stirring final-quarter assault. Kearney, the 2012 European player of the year, said: “Rome is a really difficult place to go. What’s been good this year with Italy beating France and going close against England is that it’s generated a public consensus that they aren’t a walkover.” He added: “We can say it as players and now people genuinely believe it. In the past it’s always been lose-lose. If you win you expect it and if you lose you get hammered for it. Now no one is under no illusions as to how good they are. “The one difference that stands out for me this year is that they are now really comfortable with the ball. They will happily go through 10, 12 or 15 phases and try to keep playing rugby and look for tries. “In years gone by they were probably guilty of kicking away stupid balls, trying to play the territory game a little more, taking snatched drop-goals. “They respect the ball a huge amount more now and have realised they can punish teams with tries.” Ireland will avoid the wooden spoon if they beat Italy in the opening match of the triple header, but will be sweating on the result in Paris between France and Scotland if they lose. Victory would likely mean a third-place finish in a tournament that has been of low-quality. “We haven’t spoken at all about the wooden spoon. We know we’re there or thereabouts for it,” Kearney said. “We just have to be driven performance-wise. The feeling going into the game is that we’re in a better place than we were a week ago. “We didn’t get the win against France on Saturday, but our performance was upped and we looked like a better side. If we keep going in that direction we’ll be a good place.” Ireland full-back Rob Kearney believes Italy’s performance in this year’s RBS 6 Nations has finally convinced the rugby public that they are a growing force.