Broadway switcheroo alert! Byron Jennings has boarded the starry cast of She Loves Me. The Great White Way alum replaces the previously announced René Auberjonois as Maraczek in the revival, who has departed the production due to personal reasons. Headlined by Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Jane Krakowski, the show will play a limited engagement February 19, 2016 through June 5. Opening night is scheduled for March 17 at Roundabout’s Studio 54.Jennings returns to the Roundabout Theatre Company stage, where his credits include The Man Who Came To Dinner, Heartbreak House, A Touch of the Poet, Twelve Angry Men and A Month in the Country. Other recent Broadway credits include You Can’t Take It With You and Macbeth.Directed by Scott Ellis and 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 include Gavin Creel and Michael McGrath. Zachary Levi Star Files View Comments Laura Benanti
Temperatures are dropping slightly but the Olympia weekend weather forecast is still glorious. Thurston County residents have a wide variety of activities on the events calendar for this weekend. ThurstonTalk is your one-stop place for info about cool things happening around town. Our full events calendar can be found here.Here’s a sampling of some events happening this weekend in Olympia.27 Feet of Art and More! – The Washington Center for the Performing Arts fills its gallery with local artists. Art will be on exhibit through October 6th but kicks off on Friday.Waterfront Art Tour – A free waterfront art tour leaves from the Olympia Famers Market at 11:00 am on Saturday. The one-hour tour highlights public art around downtown Olympia.Ballet Northwest Holds Auditions for the Nutcracker – On Saturday afternoon, dancers will view for spots in the holiday tradition of Ballet Northwest’s Nutcracker.Mijas – Bringing Women Together To Create Delicious Mexican Food – On the third Saturday of each month, a group of women, connected through SafePlace Olympia, prepare an authentic Mexican meal. Reservations recommended. Dinner served at the Governor Hotel in downtown Olympia from 3:00 – 9:00 pm.Salmon Migration Continues Through Downtown Olympia – I stopped by the 5th Avenue bridge on Thursday and the salmon are still schooling below the dam. Swing by, take a peak, and learn about the migration process from the Pacific Ocean all the way to Tumwater Falls and the Deschutes River.ThurstonTalk aims to be your source for positive information and events happening in Olympia. If you have a suggestion for a post, send us a note at [email protected] For more events and to learn what’s happening in Olympia and the surrounding area, click here. Facebook15Tweet0Pin0
4 Lanterns USL Results & Reports 27.04.14ResultsSwilly Rovers 2 1 Fanad Utd. Drumkeen Utd. 2 3 Derry City Res.Bonagee Utd. 1 2 Finn Harps Res.Cockhill Celtic 1 0 Letterkenny Rovers ReportsDrumkeen Utd. 2Derry City Res. 3The first half of this game was fairly uneventful with the Drumkeen goal the only real highlight.That came on 17 minutes, David Shovlin ran from his own half and then played a good pass to Conor Carlin just inside the penalty area and he made no mistake as he calmly slotted it past the advancing keeper Mihael Lynch. Up to that point and indeed after that it had been scrappy enough, neither side were creating many clear cut chances. Derry’s only chance of note came on 22 minutes when Rory Patterson shot narrowly wide when the ball fell to him following a Derry corner. Drumkeen would have been happy enough going in a goal up at half time, they had a goal and they had managed to keep Rory Patterson quiet apart from that one chance, Patterson had a quiet first half and anytime he did get the ball Ryan Gildea was always in close attendance. The game really came alive at the start of the second half, a Drumkeen free went straight to keeper Michael Lynch, his long kick up the pitch was headed on by Rory Patterson into the path of Nathan Boyle who fired it home from the right side of the penalty box. Derry then had a couple of chances, Conor McDermott and Rory Patterson both had efforts saved by Stephen Conroy and Drumkeen then had a chance when Ronan Coyle just failed to get on the end of a Carlin cross from the right wing.Shortly after that the action switched to the other end and Derry took the lead, Nathan Boyle got the ball out wide right, he ran parallel to the end line into the box and shot across the goal into the net at the far post. Drumkeen kept going and got themselves level again 8 minutes later when they were awarded a penalty, Darren Mc Cready stepped up and converted it to leave it all square again. That situation did not last long as Derry were back in front two minutes later, that man Boyle again. This time he ran through the middle and managed to get his shot away while under pressure from a Drumkeen defender. In the last twenty minutes Drumkeen tried hard but could not create another goal scoring chance for themselves. All the talk was about Rory Patterson before the game but it was Nathan Boyle who stole the show with his hat trick, based on that second half Derry will give everyone a good game and could upset a few more teams before the season is over. That win lifts them up to joint top with Cockhill. A disappointing result for the home team who will now find it very difficult to repeat their feat of last season when they pushed Cockhill all the way. The cup competitions may be their best hope of winning something this year. They now turn their attention to their Knockalla cup semi-final against Letterkenny next week and they are still well placed in the League cup.DRUMKEEN -Stephen Conroy, Michael Carroll, Dean Bonner, Ryan Gildea, Paddy Mc Laughlin, Philip White, Darren Cassidy, Darren Mc Cready, Ronan Coyle, Conor Carlin, David Shovlin, SUBS Eunan Kelly on for Coyle 66 mins, Chris Mc Bride on for White 66 mins, Gary Patton on for Shovlin 76 mins DERRY – Michael Lynch, Michael Barr, Dylan Mc Callion, Shane Mc Eleney, Ciaron Harkin, Ryan Doherty, Connor Barr, Caolan Mc Laughlin, Nathan Boyle, Conor Mc Dermott, Rory Patterson, SUBS Paul Ramsey, Dylan Harkin, Adrian Mc Cauley,REFEREE- Tommy Mc Aree Swilly Rovers 2Fanad Utd. 1 A victory for Swilly in this local derby in front of a great crowd on this sunny evening. Swilly’s Gareth Colhoun crossed on seven minutes and David Fisher’s powerful header was just over. Fisher was then replaced by Darren Dunworth following a shoulder injury. Fanad’s Brian Mc Veigh went close for Fanad with a low drive on 17 minutes. Calvin Mooney with a delightful lobbed effort and a stunning Michael Mc Hugh 25 yard volley both within a minute put Swilly very much in control. Swilly lead 2-0 at the break. Swilly’s Gareth Wade was sent off on 51 minutes in controversial circumstances. Fanad pulled a goal back on 52 minutes when the impressive Daire Mc Daid delivered a fine free kick which was glanced home by Adam Seranna. Mc Hugh was denied by a clearance off the line by a Fanad defender on 76 minutes. Ryan Mc Daid then had an effort narrowly wide on 80 minutes. Fanad piled on the pressure in the final ten minutes but the points stayed in Ramelton. Former Swilly legend John Roulstone replaced Wade in the Swilly goal. Match referee was Vincent Mc Laughlin.Swilly Rovers: Gareth Wade, Duncan Patterson, Gareth Colhoun, Martin Boyce, Dylan Hegarty, Columba O’Donnell, David Fisher, Martin Mc Daid, Michael Mc Hugh, Laurence Toland, Calvin Mooney. Subs used: Ryan Mc Daid, Darren Dunworth, John Roulstone. Subs not used: Cathal Diver, Mark Wilson. Fanad United: Shane Graham, Kevin Murray, Daire Mc Daid, Declan Sweeney, James Mc Cahill, Jordan Mc Bride, Oisin Hassett, Conor Blaney, Adam Seranna, Johnny Logue, Brian Mc Veigh. Subs used: Caolan Mc Daid, Dean Mc Carry. Subs not used: Shay Durning, Kyle Burke, Conor Mc Gonigle, Darragh Harper. Champions Win Close EncounterCockhill Celtic 1Letterkenny Rovers 0 Played in near perfect conditions both sides cancelled each other out for much of the 1st half. Both sides struggled to gain a foothold in a scrappy affair. Chances were at a premium with defences on top. Letterkenny’s only chance of the 1st half fell to Stevie Okakpu when he ghosted in behind the Cockhill defence on 15 minutes, with only Cullen to beat he shot over from 15 yards. Cockhill had a major shout for a penalty on 40 mins when a Derek Doherty cross seemed to hit a Rovers defender’s arm but the Ref wasn’t having it. Half time 0 -0.Cockhill started the second half on the front foot and brought the game to Rovers. Mark Moran went close from distance on 50 minutes. Jimmy Bradley missed an open goal on 53 when the young Rovers Keeper misjudged a Gavin Cullen punt up-field. Malachy Mc Dermott seemed to have given the home side a lead on 60 when he connected from a Moran free but Ref Paul Duddy gave a free out for a foul much to the astonishment to the home side. Cockhill continued to press Rovers for much of the 2nd half but couldn’t find a break through a resolute Rovers defence. Cockhill freshened up their attack with the introduction of Gerry Gill and Garbhain Friel on 70 minutes and it was that combination which provided the only goal of the game. Gill swung a free into the box on 82 and the big centre forward rose to power an unstoppable header to the top corner. Rovers piled men forward for the remainder of the game, forcing the home defence to sit back but with Johnny Havlin in outstanding form Cockhill held out for a hard fought victory.Final score: Cockhill Celtic 1 Letterkenny Rovers 0. Harps get Second WinBonagee Utd. 1Finn Harps Res. 2An entertaining game played in the sunshine yesterday afternoon, Finn Harps came away with all three points, but yet again this season, Bonagee will rue a host of missed chances. The home side went ahead in the 19th minute, when a long ball into the area by Mark Harkin was met by the head of Kevin Barr, who scored from 6 yards. Further chances fell the way of Aidan McLaughlin and Anthony Appiah in the first half, but the score remained one nil going in at the break. The visitors began the second period brightly and deservedly drew level in the 58th minute, when a free from wide on the left caused confusion in the Bonagee penalty area, and Gareth Harkin capitalised on the hesitation to make the score one each. Bonagee had an excellent chance to regain their lead, but somehow Appiah blazed over. Harps got their winner in the 77th minute, when Graham Fisher crossed into the area where Daragh Black side footed home from six yards. Ref Packie Coll Bonagee: Smyth, Lynagh, Harkin, Frankowski, Breslin, McBrearty, Doran (Murphy), A Harkin (McGee), McLaughlin, Barr & Browne (Appiah)Harps: Patton, Flanagan, McDermott, Scanlon, Gallagher, Curran, Henry, Fisher, Black, Buchanan, G Harkin FixturesKnockalla Caravans Cup Semi-FinalsThursday, May 1st at 7pmLetterkenny Rovers v Drumkeen Utd. Sunday, May 4thSwilly Rovers v Cockhill Celtic4 LANTERNS USL: WINS FOR ROVERS, HARPS, CITY AND COCKHILL was last modified: April 27th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Cockhill Celticdrumkeen unitedFinn Harps ReservesLetterkenny RoversUlster Senior League
OTTAWA – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Pinnacle Foods Canada Corporation is recalling Aunt Jemima Frozen Waffles and Frozen French Toast Slices due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.The CFIA says distributors, retailers and food service establishments such as hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals and nursing homes should not sell or use the recalled products.The CFIA says the recalled products were sold to food service accounts nationally, but there have been no reported illnesses.The recalled items are Aunt Jemima Waffles, 144 count, 3.57 kilograms, with UPC code 1 00 19600 43575 1; Aunt Jemima Original Thin French Toast, 144 count, 6.1 kilogram, with UPC 0 00 19600 05870 0; and Aunt Jemima Thick French Toast, 72 count, 4.86 kilogram with UPC 0 00 19600 43560 0.Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled. Symptoms can include vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle aches, severe headache and neck stiffness.The CFIA says the recall was triggered by a voluntary recall in another country.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, July 20, 2017 – Providenciales – Royal Turks and Caicos Police hopes that extended hours at their records office will reduce the long waits and long lines for police character certificates. Just as a resident wrote to Magnetic Media about the frustrating experience of getting a police record document, there came a notice to say the hours of operation are now from 8AM to 4:30PM Monday to Thursday and until 4PM on Friday.The resident said, “It’s a huge disappointment for the public to be treated in such a way that we are not important. Why the delays, and short staff for public service?” We contacted police; Deputy Commissioner Trevor Botting replied to the query with, ” We were aware of some delays for those applying for police records, that is why we have revised the process. We will be monitoring the effect of the changes but I am optimistic that the public will notice an improvement in the service we are providing.”The Police notice informs that it will take two days to get a police record and pick up times will be from 1:30PM to 4:30PM daily. The full notice is posted online.#MagneticMediaNews#TCIPolicerecordsoffice Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #TCIPolicerecordsoffice
Kolkata: The body of an unidentified middle-aged man was found in a drainage channel at Sonarpur in South 24-Parganas on Sunday morning. Police said locals who went out on a morning walk noticed the body and informed the police. Policemen from the local police station went to the spot. After preliminary investigation, police found injury marks on his body.Police have initiated a probe in this connection and they are trying to identify the man. They have spoken to the locals to know whether they had seen the man earlier in the area. They are also trying to ascertain whether there is any foul play behind the incident or he received the injuries when he fell in the drainage channel. Police have contacted adjacent police stations to get the identity of the man.
Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now » min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. June 12, 2012 If you’re thinking about building an app and want to know what it takes to get an app approved by Apple, check out what Jason Becker has to say on the topic. He and his team created Dreamt It — an ingenious little app that taps into the iPhone’s Siri voice recognition software to help its users keep track of and share their dreams. After a 60-day build, Dreamt It was approved for the Apple app store in about two hours.Apple’s app submission process is often viewed as mysterious or extremely difficult. Use these tips to successfully navigate it and get your app approved:Understand Apple’s standards before building your app. Apple takes care to establish clear guidelines for developing applications for its app store. Dreamt It’s developers understood the constraints and expectations that Apple has for new applications, which helped the start-up quickly refine its app’s functional goals.Build your app with open-source tools. Dreamt It uses ShareKit, an open-source tool that developers can integrate into their apps to enable users to share content through social networks, email and SMS. Dreamt It didn’t need to invent its own sharing capabilities to be successful, and you don’t, either.Related: There’s an App Maker for ThatSubmit once you’re a user, not a tester. A winning recipe for application approval is to submit an app that’s bug-free, looks great and provides clear, differentiated value for users. If you find yourself happily using (not testing) your app every day, you’re probably ready for submission.Don’t forget the details. Apple has a lot of secondary requirements for apps, including logo size, links to support pages and age-appropriate settings. Overlooking these details is a surefire way to have your app rejected.Expect a subjective feedback. A real, live person leads the app review process, so you should expect a review from Apple. While review times vary, your Apple reviewer will be assigned between seven and 10 days following your submission. How long a review takes and whether you’ll pass on the first try is anyone’s guess. Be sure your expectations for launch include time to fix issues and re-submit to Apple if necessary.Related: Three Ways to Make Your App Stand Out (Video)