View Comments If you’re unable to catch Daniel Craig and David Oyelowo in Othello at New York Theatre Workshop, don’t be too consumed by jealousy. The downtown production, directed by Tony winner Sam Gold, could make its way to Broadway. According to the New York Post, James Bond franchise producer Barbara Broccoli is behind the potential transfer, which could happen as early as this spring.Last year, Craig revealed he was done with the Great White Way, saying, “I’ve done Broadway and I was happy with that, but I don’t want to do Broadway anymore.” However, it seems a juicy role like Iago, a co-star like Oyelowo in the title role and a plethora of raves could be enough to change his tune.The three-quarter thrust staging presents the story in the contemporary setting of the barracks in an army camp. There’s camo; there’s modern technology; there’s a celebratory performance of “Hotline Bling.”In addition to Oyelowo and Craig, the NYTW production features Finn Wittrock (slated to appear on Broadway this spring in the Gold-helmed The Glass Menagerie), David Wilson Barnes, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Rachel Brosnahan, Blake DeLong, Glenn Fitzgerald, Slate Holmgren, Anthony Michael Lopez, Matthew Maher, Nikki Massoud and Kyle Vincent Terry. The production is scheduled to run through January 18, 2017. David Oyelowo & Daniel Craig in ‘Othello'(Photo: Chad Batka)
Source: VEDA. 4.28.2010 Business projects totaling more than $16 million will receive $6.1 million in financing assistance from the Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA).“VEDA is pleased to offer financing assistance to a wide variety of economic development projects,” said Jo Bradley, the Authority’s CEO. “Investments are being made in regional industrial parks for business start-up and expansion projects, and a number of small business, agricultural and tourism-based initiatives have been approved for direct VEDA financing, as well.”Projects approved include:· Franklin County Industrial Development Corporation (FCIDC), St. Albans –Financing of $1.76 million was approved to support FCIDC’s plans to make infrastructure improvements to their new 93-acre industrial park expansion site. The $2.3 million project will extend road and services from the existing park to the expansion site, creating a number of new lots for sale and commercial development.· Sugarbush Resort, Warren, Waitsfield and Fayston – A two-part $8.86 million construction and land improvement project at Sugarbush Resort was approved for $1.3 million in VEDA financing. In Part One of the project, two new skier services buildings will be constructed at the Lincoln Peak Base Area; a new 14,000 square foot building will be constructed to provide space for the resort’s adult ski school, ski rental operations, a new coffee shop, ticketing, and other retail space; and, a new 13,000 square foot building will provide space for the resort’s children’s ski school programs. In Part Two of the project, two snowmaking pipelines will be replaced.· Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC), Brattleboro – VEDA approved financing of $230,000 as part of BDCC’s $1.45 million project to purchase 36.5 acres of developable land in Exit One Industrial Park, and extend a water line to the Delta Business Campus on Paul’s Road. Commonwealth Yogurt will be located at the Delta Park, which currently lacks Town water for process use and fire protection.· Vermont Wood Pellet Company, Clarendon – VEDA financing of $100,000 will enable Vermont Wood Pellet to purchase a $200,000 drum dryer. Vermont Wood Pellet is a start-up wood pellet manufacturer which has been producing and selling Super Premium pellets since August, 2009.· Mike and Julie-Lynn Wood, Cavendish – Mike and Julie-Lynn Wood will receive $202,500 in VEDA financing to help them purchase The Golden Stage Inn in the Cavendish village of Proctorsville. The Golden Stage Inn is a long-established ten-room bed and breakfast, located near Okemo Mountain ski resort.In addition, VEDA approved:· $1.67 million in financing to Vermont farmers through the Authority’s agricultural loan program, the Vermont Agricultural Credit Corporation (VACC);· $550,000 through the Authority’s Small Business Loan Program; and· $311,508 to repair or improve existing privately-owned drinking water systems through VEDA’s Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund.VEDA’s mission is to promote economic prosperity in Vermont by providing financial assistance to eligible businesses, including manufacturing, agricultural, and travel and tourism enterprises. Since its inception in 1974, VEDA has made financing commitments totaling over $1.5 billion. For more information about VEDA, visit www.veda.org(link is external) or call 802-828-5627.
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Why Synthetic Identity Fraud Is More Sinister Than Traditional Identity TheftCommunity banks and other smaller financial institutions need to recognize one of today’s most troubling cybersecurity issues—synthetic identity fraud.Traditional identity theft is bad enough, but synthetic identity fraud affords criminals even greater access to money that doesn’t belong to them. As a result, it’s time to learn how this financial crime is carried out, why it’s growing and how your institution can help stop it.Manufactured Identities Versus Stolen OnesTraditional identity theft has garnered significant attention over the last decade. The consequent increased consumer awareness and development of more robust identity theft mitigation technologies and tactics has made this financial crime more difficult and costly. Unfortunately, criminals are undeterred and continue to look for workarounds.
City Hall has laid out various public health criteria to try and ensure a safe return to business, such as limiting capacity and requiring people book spots in advance, but medical experts still fear the move may have come too soon.”The opening was hasty. We are seeing a drop in deaths, but it doesn’t mean that at the first sign of a fall it is safe open,” said Américo Cunha, a professor at Rio’s state university UERJ who has monitored the outbreak.”I can categorically say that the contagion is already rising because of this opening,” he added.Rio, he explained, still has an elevated number of daily deaths showing the virus remained highly active.From Sunday until Wednesday, Rio registered 252 deaths due to COVID-19 according to the Ministry of Health. Topics : In Rio de Janeiro on Thursday, residents could once again run along the beaches and drink a chilled coconut water at the kiosks that line the sand, as Brazil’s second city tried to return to some normality despite a heavy coronavirus death toll.Cariocas, as Rio’s inhabitants are known, went to bars, restaurants and gyms that are now allowed to operate again in the latest stage of reopening that had some experts worried about a new wave of infections. The beaches remained closed for sunbathing, but opened for individual exercise.”It is a relief and provides hope that things can get better,” said Flavio Vicente, 38, as he worked out on Copacabana Beach. Brazil has the world’s second largest outbreak behind the United States, with the country’s death toll passing 60,000 on Wednesday.In Rio alone, 6,618 people have died of COVID-19 in the past four months. Only 14 countries in the world have a death toll higher than the city. Public hospitals are at 70% capacity.At a restaurant in Copacabana, Fernando Melo said he was relieved to be back at work.”They were difficult days at home, without doing anything, without money,” he said. “We are returning slowly with the hope of better days in this new normal.”
Metro Sport ReporterThursday 30 May 2019 6:33 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link21Shares Rabiot thrived under Emery’s guidance at PSG (Getty Images)More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAdvertisementAdvertisementBut Paris United report that the pair do not have a poor relationship and the biggest snag in Arsenal’s bid is their inability to offer Champions League football following their defeat to Chelsea in the Europa League final on Wednesday.Rabiot flourished under Emery’s guidance at PSG but has heavily fallen out of favour since the Spaniard’s departure and was heavily criticised after he was caught partying just hours after the club’s defeat to Manchester United in the Champions League in March.The report also claims that Manchester United have a huge advantage in the race for Rabiot as they would be willing to meet the midfielder’s salary demands and signing-on fee.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Adrien Rabiot is wanted by Unai Emery at Arsenal (AFP/Getty Images)Unai Emery is ‘very interested’ in signing Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, according to reports in France.Rabiot has not featured for PSG since December and will leave the club on a free transfer this summer after refusing to sign a new contract.The 24-year-old has attracted interest from several clubs across Europe, including Manchester United, Barcelona, Tottenham and Liverpool.But according to Paris United, Emery is keen to reunite with Rabiot at Arsenal having managed the midfielder at PSG.ADVERTISEMENTReports in France had claimed that during their time together, Rabiot clashed with Emery as he disagreed with the position he was given in PSG’s midfield. Advertisement Unai Emery ‘very interested’ in signing Adrien Rabiot for Arsenal as Manchester United prepare move Comment Advertisement
The living room at 10 Range Drive, Tanah Merah.“It’s like a country home in suburbia,” she said. “The back yard is almost like Mt Tamborine but the Hyperdome is not even two minutes away, along with the entry and exit to the freeway. “Everything is right there.” The property is being marketed by John Jessop and Ben Ive of Elders Real Estate Loganholme. The master bedroom at 10 Range Drive, Tanah Merah.The laundry has a linen cupboard and external access and there is a third bathroom off the home office. Outside, a veranda wraps around half of the home and there is plenty of storage space in the extra-high double carport and the 6m x 6m shed. Mrs Fuller said the home was the perfect place to raise a family with plenty of space for the kids to play in the secure yard and room for dogs, chickens and ducks. The open-plan living area at 10 Range Drive, Tanah Merah.The sprawling home has an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, a separate living room and a big home office that could be used as a third living space. The kitchen has a modern colour scheme, high-gloss cupboard doors, breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and pantry. The family room opens through sliding doors to the patio. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and an ensuite with dual basins. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The three remaining bedrooms have built-in robes and the toilet and family bathroom are separate. The home at 10 Range Drive, Tanah Merah.THIS custom-built home on a 2001sq m block is on the market in Tanah Merah. Owners Anthony and Carla Fuller had the home built after finding the perfect parcel of land at 10 Range Drive in the Rangeview Heights estate nine years ago. “We wanted a big yard for the children to play in, we didn’t want neighbours on top of us and we wanted to feel like we were in the country,” Mrs Fuller said. “The house also had to be big enough that we didn’t feel like we were in each other’s pockets.” The floorplan of 10 Range Drive, Tanah Merah.
After 69 years, Neville Putt won’t give up on loveStuff co.nz 8 January 2016On January 11 Neville and Phyllis Putt celebrate their 69th wedding anniversary.Over the sound of a steel guitar, Neville and Phyllis Putt fell in love.Now, the meaning behind the sound only registers with one of them.“It’s all through the music really, that we got together,” Neville explained.“We were in an orchestra together, and it all grew from there. We seemed to click together.”The sounds don’t resonate with Phyllis anymore though, as 13 years ago she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.Around five years ago the suggestion was made that Neville should put Phyllis, now 87, into a care facility. Staying true to his wedding vow of “in sickness and in health,” he refused.“I didn’t want to put her into a home. We’ve always been together and I didn’t want to part with her. In the early stages you can pamper them and look after them. You don’t want to throw them away like an old slipper,” Neville said.http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75731014/after-69-years-neville-putt-wont-give-up-on-love.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
Two East Central Swim team athletes participated in the Central Zone championships Friday August 1 – Sunday August 3 at the Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio.Central Zone is one of the four zones of USA Swimming. The Local Swimming Committees that are part of the Central Zone are Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Lake Erie, Michigan, Midwestern, Minnesota, Missouri Valley, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Ozark, South Dakota and Wisconsin.The participants at the Central Zone meet were Alexis deLong and Jackson Ketcham of EC. Both swimmers swam as members and representatives of Team Indiana.Alexis deLong4th- 200 Freestyle Relay (13-14 girls)6th- 400 Freestyle Relay (13-14 girls)12th – 50 Freestyle (13-14 girls)17th – 100 Freestyle (13-14 girls)Jackson Ketcham8th – 400 Freestyle Relay (11-12 boys)8th – 400 Freestyle (11-12 boys)16th – 200 Freestyle (11-12 boys)18th – 100 Freestyle (11-12 boys)23rd – 200 Individual Medley (11-12 boys)Congrats to Alexis, Jackson, and Team Indiana on a successfully zone championships.Courtesy of East Central Coach Brandon Loveless.
Sandra Lee Thayer, 83, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, passed away Wednesday, March 14, 2018 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.She was born January 13, 1935 in Ohio County, IN, daughter of the late Lucian McPherson and Dorotha McPherson.She worked at the Switch Board and as a Receptionist for Schenley Distillers.She was a member of Aurora United Methodist Church, and sang in the choir. Sandra was an auxiliary member of the Aurora American Legion. She enjoyed singing, crocheting and being outside tinkering in the yard. She loved to travel, and loved to golf, and was even on a couple golf leagues, Time with her family was her greatest joy.Surviving are children, Debra A Thayer of Aurora, IN, Robert W. (Deena) Thayer of Lawrenceburg, IN; Sister, Bonnie (late Vic) Willis of OR; grandchildren, Dustin Thayer, Travis Thayer, Kyle (Alan) Miller, Katie Thayer, Kara (Andy) South; great-grandchildren, Ryan Miller, James Jeffery South, Nolan South.She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of almost 60 years, Charles Thayer, son, James L Thayer, sister, Linda Jackson.Friends will be received Saturday, March 17, 2018, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the funeral home at 1:00 pm with Pastor Ellaine Hussung officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the family for a monument . If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
The 36-year-old left Chelsea at the end of last season after 13 seasons and a club record 211 goals. The midfielder becomes New York City FC’s fourth player and second major summer signing following the arrival of David Villa from Atletico Madrid. Frank Lampard has signed for New York City FC, the Major League Soccer franchise have announced. Lampard, who has signed a two-year deal with his new club, made 649 appearances for Chelsea since signing from West Ham in 2001. He has played 106 times for England, scoring 29 goals. He signed a one-year contract extension with the Blues in May 2013 after mulling over a move to Los Angeles Galaxy, who he will now play in opposition from next spring. New York City FC sporting director Claudio Reyna said Lampard was “one of the greatest players over the last 15 years” and “ticked all the boxes” in terms of a signing. The move appealed to Lampard, too. Lampard said at a media conference in New York, streamed live on nycfc.com: “Why not chose New York City? For me talking about it ticking all the boxes, personally for me it does exactly the same. “It’s a very exciting challenge for me in life terms. “I’ve seen a real long-term plan and I wanted to be part of that. I want to test myself, I want to carry on challenging myself. “It was a good time for myself and Chelsea that I moved on.” Lampard did not speak to former England team-mate and ex-LA Galaxy captain David Beckham about MLS. “I know David pretty well, but we’re not on every day speaking terms,” Lampard added. “I’ve spoken to him about his experiences in the MLS (but) the decision was all mine. “There’s a lot of new challenges here, but I’m coming to a great city and I wanted to show people that I can play good football.” Lampard is still to determine what the immediate future holds, given the season begins in 2015. He added: “I’m going to keep fit, that’s the main thing. How I do that is not clear yet. “I’m going to sit round with people at the club and sort that out.” Lampard was in England’s 23-man squad for the World Cup in Brazil but is still to decide on his international future, prioritising his club future. “In terms of England, I’ve had a bit of time after the World Cup which was obviously a huge disappointment,” he added. “I now need to think about England and think about what I want to do next. “Now I know where I’ll be playing my football next year I can make that decision.” Press Association