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first_img Related Shows An entire company is making its Broadway debut in Andrew Upton’s The Present, which officially opens on January 8 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Directed by John Crowley, Upton’s adaptation of Chekhov’s Platonov stars Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett alongside Richard Roxburgh.Set post-Perestroika in the mid-1990s, The Present follows the widow Anna Petrovna (Blanchett) as she celebrates her birthday with a slew of guests; over the course of the party, unresolved relationships and regret quickly rise to the surface.To honor this adaptation of Chekhov’s tale, which also features Anna Bamford, Andrew Buchanan, David Downer, Eamon Farren, Martin Jacobs, Brandon McClelland, Jacqueline McKenzie, Marshall Napier, Susan Prior, Chris Ryan and Toby Schmitz, Broadway.com Resident Artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson gave the cast the Broadway Ink treatment. Broadway.com wishes The Present’s cast a gift of an opening night and a wonderful time making their Great White Way debut! Catch the show at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. View Comments About the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. The Present © Justin “Squigs” Robertson Show Closed This production ended its run on March 19, 2017last_img read more

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first_img“Honduras and Guatemala are the two major countries of the region where large shipments of drugs arrive and land,” according to Rodriguez Luna. “In past years, authorities in those two countries have dismantled important storage facilities for drugs and weapons, which has prompted them to take action and work hand-in-hand to tackle international organized crime.” Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández and Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina signed an agreement to establish the Task Force. By Dialogo January 27, 2015 As a consequence, Honduras and Guatemala are key transshipment points for transnational drug trafficking groups. Cooperation between the Armed Forces of Honduras and Guatemala along their shared border is crucial in the fight against international drug trafficking because of their key location on the map: Both countries are sandwiched between drug-producing and trafficking regions and consumer nations. “We need to have a presence at the level of this Task Force… immigration, police, the state Public Ministry prosecutors and the judiciary… The mission of this Task Force is to have a presence guaranteeing the control and authority of the State throughout the border (with Guatemala),” President Hernández said, according to a press release from the Office of the Presidency. The Armed Forces of Guatemala and Honduras are working in cooperation to fight organized crime through the Maya-Chortí Task Force, which will improve security in the region along the border the two countries share. The Task Force will gather intelligence on the activities of drug trafficking organizations and other criminal groups engage in weapons smuggling, contraband, and human trafficking and develop operations in specific areas on both sides of the border. Security forces from both countries will also exchange information to maximize the effectiveness of the Task Force. “In this sector in particular there will be air, sea, and land resources and coordinated work between the two countries, ” explained Honduran Lieutenant Colonel Santos Nolasco, a spokesman for the National Interagency Security Force (FUSINA), which is a part of the Maya-Chortí Task Force. The Task Force is not the first instance of Honduran and Guatemalan security forces working together in cooperation, “but obviously now this cooperation will be much more intense and profound,” according to Armando Rodriguez Luna, a security analyst at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). To attain the best results and improve public security, Troops from both countries, as well as other security forces, will gather and share intelligence and coordinate various security operations. Air, Sea, and Land Operations The Armed Forces of Guatemala and Honduras are working in cooperation to fight organized crime through the Maya-Chortí Task Force, which will improve security in the region along the border the two countries share. In early January, Soldiers from both countries, as well as other security forces, began coordinating air, sea, and land operations through the Task Force, which fights drug trafficking and other criminal enterprises. The members of the Task Force have the authority to execute arrest warrants on both sides of the border. Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández and Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina signed an agreement to establish the Task Force. Cooperation between the Armed Forces of Honduras and Guatemala along their shared border is crucial in the fight against international drug trafficking because of their key location on the map: Both countries are sandwiched between drug-producing and trafficking regions and consumer nations. The Task Force will gather intelligence on the activities of drug trafficking organizations and other criminal groups engage in weapons smuggling, contraband, and human trafficking and develop operations in specific areas on both sides of the border. Security forces from both countries will also exchange information to maximize the effectiveness of the Task Force. As a consequence, Honduras and Guatemala are key transshipment points for transnational drug trafficking groups. The Maya-Chortí Task Force is an important undertaking where both governments cooperate regionally to combat organized crime and drug cartels,the security analyst said. This news item is very on point. Keep on. I, myself, want to get in with one of the best drug traffickers in Guatemala to sell or whatever they give me in order to make money with them It’s really good for President Orlando to get smart to be able to fight crime If, as the article says, it’s magnificent because we, the people, are tired of seeing so many lies in the media which are mostly paid for by the Government but I have always believed in Channel 6. I hope it doesn’t go and sell itself like the others In early January, Soldiers from both countries, as well as other security forces, began coordinating air, sea, and land operations through the Task Force, which fights drug trafficking and other criminal enterprises. The members of the Task Force have the authority to execute arrest warrants on both sides of the border. “In this sector in particular there will be air, sea, and land resources and coordinated work between the two countries, ” explained Honduran Lieutenant Colonel Santos Nolasco, a spokesman for the National Interagency Security Force (FUSINA), which is a part of the Maya-Chortí Task Force. The Task Force is not the first instance of Honduran and Guatemalan security forces working together in cooperation, “but obviously now this cooperation will be much more intense and profound,” according to Armando Rodriguez Luna, a security analyst at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). The Maya-Chortí Task Force is an important undertaking where both governments cooperate regionally to combat organized crime and drug cartels,the security analyst said. “Honduras and Guatemala are the two major countries of the region where large shipments of drugs arrive and land,” according to Rodriguez Luna. “In past years, authorities in those two countries have dismantled important storage facilities for drugs and weapons, which has prompted them to take action and work hand-in-hand to tackle international organized crime.” Air, Sea, and Land Operations To attain the best results and improve public security, Troops from both countries, as well as other security forces, will gather and share intelligence and coordinate various security operations. “We need to have a presence at the level of this Task Force… immigration, police, the state Public Ministry prosecutors and the judiciary… The mission of this Task Force is to have a presence guaranteeing the control and authority of the State throughout the border (with Guatemala),” President Hernández said, according to a press release from the Office of the Presidency. last_img read more

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first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica, (CMC )– Test legend Shiv Chanderpaul and his son, Tagenarine, both stroked half-centuries while Youth World Cup star, Shimron Hetmyer, top-scored with another, but the sixth round clash between championship leaders Jamaica Scorpions and Guyana Jaguars remained evenly poised here Saturday.Resuming the second day at Sabina Park on 61 without loss, Jaguars battled their way to 262 all out, a lead of seven runs on first innings.’The 20-year-old Hetmyer converted his overnight 51 into 74 while the junior Chanderpaul gathered 58 and his father, 57.At 219 for four in the second session, Jaguars appeared poised for a large score but they suffered a collapse to lose their last six wickets for 43 runs.Captain and left-arm spinner Nikita Miller finished with four for 69 while part-time off-spinner Andre McCarthy picked up three for 18.In their second turn at the crease, Scorpions lost John Campbell for a breezy 26 off 36 balls, as they reached the close at 61 for one – a lead of 54 runs overall.Test batsman Jermaine Blackwood was unbeaten on a cameo 18-ball 25, which has included three fours and a six, and was partnered by first innings century-maker Chadwick Walton on four.Jaguars kept Scorpions without success early on as Hetmyer and Tagenarine Chanderpaul extended their opening stand to 104 before being separated.Hetmyer counted 10 fours and a six in an innings lasting 79 deliveries in just over 1-3/4 hours while Tagenarine faced 135 balls in 200 minutes, and hit five fours and a six in his third first class half-century.Hetmyer was one of four wickets to fall for 52 runs leaving Jaguars on 156 for four but the senior Chanderpaul anchored a 63-run, fifth wicket partnership with Barbadian Raymon Reifer, which steadied the innings.Shiv faced 147 deliveries in a shade under three hours at the crease and counted four fours while Reifer’s 28 came from 79 balls and included three fours and a six.SCORPIONS 1st Innings 255Jaguars 1st Innings(overnight 69 without loss)T Chanderpaul c Blackwood b Miller 58S Hetmyer c Jacobs b Miller 74*L Johnson c wkp Walton b Miller 1Vishaul Singh run out 5S Chanderpaul lbw b Jacobs 57R Reifer c and b McCarthy 28+A Bramble c Miller b McCarthy 7V Permaul c wkp Walton b McCarthy 0R Shepherd lbw b Miller 16G Motie c Blackwood b Jacobs 2K Joseph not out 0Extras (b8, lb4, nb2) 14TOTAL (all out, 88.3 overs) 262Fall of wickets: 1-104, 2-116, 3-128, 4-156, 5-219, 6-231, 7-231, 8-260, 9-262, 10-262.Bowling: Taylor 13-3-43-0, Mindley 8-0-22-0 (nb2), Campbell 3-0-21-0, Green 11-0-42-0, Miller 34-12-69-4, Jacobs 11.3-0-35-2, McCarthy 8-2-18-3.SCORPIONS 2nd InningsJ Campbell c wkp Bramble b Shepherd 26+C Walton not out 9J Blackwood not out 25Extras (nb1) 1TOTAL (1 wkt, 16 overs) 61Fall of wicket: 1-30.Bowling: Joseph 6-1-27-0, Shepherd 6-0-16-1 (nb1), Reifer 2-0-13-0, Permaul 2-1-5-0.Position: Scorpions lead by 54 runs.last_img read more

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first_imgPlayers for Barcelona, Real Madrid and other clubs arrived for medical tests and to start preparing for the return to training this week.The majority did not wear masks or gloves. Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez were among those without masks when they drove into Barcelona’s training center. Antoine Griezmann, Arturo Vidal and Ivan Rakitic had masks on.Real Madrid players Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and Karim Benzema arrived without masks like most of their teammates.The training centers of all clubs were disinfected in the last couple of days. All players and members of the coaching staff are going to be tested for COVID-19 before training can resume.Players will initially train individually. The league wants a training period of about a month before it can restart in empty stadiums. It hopes to resume sometime in June. PSG president Nasser al-Khelaïfi says the charity’s “wide-ranging work in many fields is more essential than ever.”___Aston Villa chief executive Christian Purslow says Premier League clubs have yet to settle on protocols to ensure a safe return to playing during the coronavirus pandemic.The league is trying to find a way to resume in June but group practice sessions have not yet started.Purslow tells talkSPORT radio that “we haven’t got to the crucial protocols that relate to actually playing football. Until we crack the code of making our great contact sports safe then the conversation we’re having is hypothetical.” Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Soccer players in Spain are going back to their team’s training camps for the first time since the country entered a lockdown nearly two months ago because of the coronavirus outbreak. Aston Villa has joined Brighton and West Ham in expressing public opposition to the current “Project Restart” plan that would see all remaining games played at neutral stadiums.Purslow says “we have six home games left to play so any Villa fan would agree that giving up that advantage is a massive decision for somebody running Aston Villa and I certainly wouldn’t agree to that unless the circumstances are right.”Villa is in next-from-last place in the Premier League and two points from safety with 10 games remaining.___German soccer could be cleared to resume when Chancellor Angela Merkel meets with the governors of the country’s 16 states. The Latest: Soccer players return to training camps in Spain ___Paris Saint-Germain has donated 100,000 euros ($108,000) to the Action Against Hunger charity amid the coronavirus pandemic.The money provides charity workers helping those at risk with protective equipment such as surgical masks, goggles, gloves, gowns, gels and thermometers.The Parc des Princes has been operating as a support base for the charity in the Greater Paris region.PSG says club volunteers have helped charity staff “make, assemble and store hygiene kits and health equipment for those most at risk.” More than 2,000 people have benefited from hygiene and household kits. Associated Press The dpa news agency reports that May 15 and 21 are being considered by the federal government as start dates for the Bundesliga.The league has introduced blanket coronavirus testing at clubs and is eager to finish the season by the end of June. That is when some player contracts expire.The push to resume has faced a backlash. There have been at least 11 positive tests of players and staff since testing began last week and Hertha Berlin forward Salomon Kalou was suspended after posting a video showing social distancing measures being flouted at the club.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 May 6, 2020last_img read more

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first_img Published on April 6, 2013 at 10:07 am Contact Maddy: [email protected] ATLANTA — Under the warm Atlanta sun, Brandon Triche’s family sipped drinks and took pictures in front of a bright orange Syracuse University banner.“I don’t know how to put it in words,” Triche’s brother Melvin said of this weekend. “It’s been amazing. Just looking forward to [today], the big game and another step further to the championship.”The Triche family, along with Michael Carter-Williams’ father, were among a wave of Orange fans who stopped by the Hudson Grille on Friday. The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Atlanta (SUACOA) hosted a Happy Hour for graduates, fans and natives to mingle and celebrate Syracuse’s advance to the Final Four — the first time in 10 years. The Orange will play Michigan in the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night.Late in the afternoon, Syracuse fans trickled into the sports bar dressed in various team apparel. Old friends reunited and families gathered to enjoy drinks, pom-poms and memories. By dinnertime, the outside terrace was ebbing with waves of Orange as fans of different ages took shots and cheered.As the evening went on, the Syracuse University marching band, cheerleading team and Otto joined in the fun — playing songs and leading classic Orange cheers.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor Ian Thompson, president of SUACOA, the band was one of the more exciting parts of the afternoon. But overall, he was pleased with the outcome.“I feel really great,” he said. “The energy, just everything about my experience with Syracuse kind of all culminated to what happened today, everyone coming together, all the alumni, the students.”Syracuse’s fan base has made itself known, he said, and now, it’s the team’s turn to complete its goal.“On Tuesday, we will send the trophy back to Central New York,” he said.The Triche family, who occupied a far corner of the bar patio, left their home in CNY to travel 15 “long hours” to Atlanta to support Brandon’s last season.“We get to see our little brother win a championship,” Melvin said. “We got him in our prayers for him to have a safe game and play well and everything so, it’s kind of like an extension of us. When he wins, we all win. When he loses, we all lose.”Middle brother Michael said seeing Brandon’s hard work come to fruition has been exciting. After falling short of the championship so many times, he said, they can finally win it all and bring it home to Syracuse.But first, they have to win it in Atlanta, where SU 2002 alumnus Ellen Terchila currently lives. She said she was with about 150 Atlanta alumni when the Orange won against Marquette in the Elite Eight. At the end, she said, everyone went crazy and immediately started booking seats.“It’s insane,” she said of having the Final Four located in Atlanta. “It’s so crazy to be a block away from the Dome and see flags flying for Syracuse and all the Syracuse Orange T-shirts.”Terchila also attended the 2003 national championship game. While the New Orleans celebrations were undoubtedly memorable for the then-recent graduate, this year’s tournament has a whole new meaning.Her condo is just across town. Her fellow locals and alumni are already here. Her brother, a fellow graduate, is trying to fly back from London.Calvin Goddard, a Syracuse native, didn’t have to travel far to attend the alumni event. He currently lives in Atlanta, which has made the celebration all the more special.“Just the whole atmosphere is beautiful. It’s awesome — ATL slash Syracuse,” he said. “It actually feels at home, you really feel at home.”Earl Williams, Carter-Williams’ father, stopped by the event, as well. He said he and the family are excited for the weekend, but emphasized how hard Carter-Williams has worked to reach this point.“We’re very proud of Michael and his accomplishments and what he’s doing,” Williams said.And with that pride comes unwavering confidence in Syracuse’s ability to win.“Yeah, we’re going to do it,” he said. “I have utmost confidence in that.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Related Stories Syracuse fans turn out to attend team’s open practiceGallery: Fans celebrate before the NCAA Tournament in Atlantalast_img read more

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