View Comments Dada Woof Papa Hot Peter Parnell’s Dada Woof Papa Hot and the world premiere of Abe Koogler’s Kill Floor are on tap for Lincoln Center Theater’s fall 2015 lineup. Dada Woof Papa Hot, directed by Scott Ellis, will begin on October 15 and open on November 9 at off-Broadway’s Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre. Lila Neugebauer will helm Kill Floor, which will begin off-Broadway on October 3 at the Claire Tow Theatre. Opening night is set for October 19.Dada Woof Papa Hot explores the challenges of gay parenting, and questions if there’s anything fundamentally different about being a gay father. The play follows an older married couple—Alan and Rob—as they raise their three-year-old daughter Nicola. Meanwhile, Alan deals with an attraction to a younger gay dad and watches as his straight friend’s marriage collapses.Kill Floor marks Koogler’s professional debut and follows Andy, an ex-con who returns home to take a job at a slaughterhouse as she attempts a reconciliation with her 15-year-old son.Further information for both plays, including casting and design teams, will be announced at a later date. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 3, 2016
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The Long Island Rail Road is banning alcohol on all trains, stations and platforms Saturday through Monday in preparation for the Belmont Stakes and Puerto Rican Day Parade this weekend.The LIRR is running 18 trains to Belmont Park in Elmont for the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, when the first race leading up to the third leg of the Triple Crown starts at 11:35 a.m. The parade along Fifth Avenue from 44th Street to 79th Street starts at 11 a.m. Sunday.The weekend-long booze ban is in addition to the regularly enforced prohibition on alcoholic beverages on LIRR trains after midnight on weekends, a rule that began last year. MTA Police will be enforcing the ban.Alcohol is also banned from being brought into the racetrack in Elmont, but can be purchased on premises. Riders are encouraged to purchase tickets prior to boarding and, when using the automated machines, to select “Deals & Getaways” on the first screen, then “Belmont Park.”The LIRR also warns riders that new security rules will be in effect for the 145th running of the Belmont Stakes, including no coolers, backpacks, purses larger than 12-inches wide, umbrellas, folding chairs cameras with detachable lenses or lenses more than 6-inches long or glass bottles.For more information on races and a complete listing of banned items call 718-641-4700 or visit nyra.com.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Dina Lohan, mother of troubled actress Lindsay Lohan, will avoid jail time after admitting Tuesday that she was driving drunk when New York State Troopers puller her over for speeding on the Northern State Parkway last summer.The 51-year-old Merrick woman pleaded guilty at Nassau County court to driving while intoxicated and speeding. Police had said her blood alcohol content was more than double the legal limit of 0.08 percent at the time of her September 2013 arrest.Judge Andrew Engel is expected to sentence Lohan on June 3 to 100 hours of community service, revoke her driver’s license for a year and require her participation in a Drinking Driver Program and Victims Impact Panel, according to the Nassau County District Attorney’s officeShe’s also expected to be fined $2,600, plus a $483 surcharge in addition to having an ignition interlock device installed on her vehicle for one year, prosecutors added.The plea comes as her daughter’s self-titled docu-series on OWN, Oprah Winfrey’s new network, revealed that the actress is still struggling with substance abuse despite repeated run-ins with the law and court-mandated stints in rehab. Dina had reportedly been on her way home from an interview with Oprah when she was arrested.Police had said that she “recanted” an allegation that she was injured at the time of her arrest, which came shortly before the Press first reported that her house was in foreclosure again.
This is placeholder text continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Philip von Streicher knew he wanted to pursue his education. He had held a few jobs, but at 20 years old, he wanted to do something different.He enlisted with the U.S. Army in the infantry in 1977 and soon found himself stationed in Berlin, Germany, with the Berlin Brigade during the Cold War with a front-row seat to history.“We were living behind the Berlin Wall in a metropolitan city, but there were also British and French forces there,” says von Streicher, vice president of overseas operations for $4.4 billion asset Service Credit Union in Portsmouth, N.H. “And of course on the other side of the wall there were Soviet forces. I was living in a city where history was being made.”He saw some of that history firsthand. This post is currently collecting data…
Vaughan committed to NJIT in May, and was able to celebrate the next step in her basketball career in front of family and friends Sunday afternoon. “I’m really glad we got to do it, it was really fun,” said Vaughan. “I thought it was just good to see peoples faces, you know. It’s so different to just sign the paper and send it back, rather than celebrate and doing it with all your family and friends and stuff, so it was really exciting.” Vaughan has a number of accomplishments through her three seasons playing at Seton. She has been named to the STAC all-conference team twice, is a three time Section IV and regional champion, and was part of Seton’s 2017 NYS Class B state championship team. NJIT joined the America East athletic conference shortly after Vaughan committed, meaning she will return home to play games at Binghamton University each season. Vaughan plans to study engineering at NJIT. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Seton Catholic senior Reese Vaughan signed her national letter of intent to play basketball at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Vaughan was also named BCANY Class A Player of the Year this year, and was named to the All-NYS Class A 5th team. “I feel like it was a good surprise especially for my family, to come watch me play and stuff,” she said. “It’s all way more local than Florida and all that stuff so I feel like it was a really good surprise. Especially with COVID and everything, it just made so much sense.”
Climate friendly design in a must when building in North QueenslandBut two major factors will dictate your success.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“One, you need to get the design right for your lifestyle needs with a builds and designer that will oversee the construction of your home, right through to completion. And secondly, you need to choose the right builder with the credentials and experience to design and build with efficiencies you won’t get otherwise,” Mr Baxtor said. “Designing and building with the same team of professionals means a cohesive and cost efficient process for you and at New Home Solutions our total focus is that ideal outcome for our customer.” Louvres are a great way to keep your house coolThe benefit of designing the right home layout is not only about lifestyle suitability and comfort, but ensuring a profitable resale value.Mr Baxter says plonking rooms in the wrong place will mean you make do with various elements in a standard design “and, accordingly, the house layout will be flawed”.“This will result in a longer time frame to sell your home and most likely achieve a lower sale result,” Mr Baxter said.“So ideal orientation with passive solar design and optimised ventilation management will cost you absolutely nothing but a little of your time with the right people to help you do your research properly will help.” DESIGN for climate is a must in North Queensland, especially when building a new home.From louvres to insulation and energy-efficient features, if keeping your home cool is a must, then choosing the right builder is where your journey should begin.According to New Home Solutions marketing director Glen Baxter, considering Townsville’s climate is a must as part of any new home build.“To control the effect of the summer afternoon sun primarily but also to account for the effects of the sun’s altering path between the seasons, we simply must consider solar management in design,” he said.“Designing and building with a quality builder with a qualified and credentialed design team will save you big dollars and help you get the ideal outcome.”
Christchurch Press 11 June 2013The Christchurch City Council has proposed a one-way door policy after 1am for Christchurch bars in some parts of the city and 1am closing in others. Tony Brown, who campaigned for a similar policy in Newcastle, New South Wales, says it has worked for his city and public safety must be put before pub profits. I commend Christchurch City Council, police and health authorities for their courage and wisdom in seeking a 1am closure or 3am closure with 1am lockout to prevent and reduce alcohol-related harm.In 2007, Australia’s sixth largest city, Newcastle, with a regional population of more than 620,000, had the highest rate of alcohol-fuelled street violence, associated with its deregulated night economy where on average 20,000 younger patrons were allowed to drink themselves stupid to 5am every weekend. Unsurprisingly, our inner city also had the ignominious distinction of the highest drink-driving rate and one of New South Wales’ highest rates of drunken assaults on police and other emergency workers, including ambulance officers, nurses and doctors. From around 2000, when the New South Wales government, under the influence of the powerful liquor industry, gave the green light to Newcastle pubs and clubs to extend their late trading, the number of alcohol-related admissions to our large hospital emergency department skyrocketed. Local residents became hostage to the appalling levels of alcohol-fuelled violence, vandalism and vomit. It cost Newcastle City Council ratepayers around $1 million a year just to clean up this so called “vibrancy”. Compliance with Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) legal obligations by our liquor lords was simply non-existent….Following protracted legal proceedings initiated by the local police with the support of over 150 local residents and small businesses, an independent Liquor Administration Board (shortly thereafter abolished) in March 2008 imposed a precinct-wide and enforceable 3am closure, 1am lockout and a package of other controls impacting on the availability and strength of alcohol sold. The public and politicians were, and still are, subjected to hysteria and spin from the powerful and very well-connected Australian Hotel Association (AHA). They falsely claim these modest and sensible alcohol-supply controls have “devastated” Newcastle and created a “wowser” or “nanny state”, ruled by the “fun police” for a “retirement village”. They ignore the ongoing significant investment in licensed premises.A 2012 study by Professor John Wiggers, of Hunter New England Population Health and the University of Newcastle found:A sustained 35 per cent reduction in night-time alcohol- fuelled (non-domestic) assaults.We estimate this may have prevented over 2500 brutal bashings of our predominantly younger people on our city streets late at night.A 50 per cent reduction in night-time street crime.A 26 per cent reduction in alcohol-related night time ED admissions.About 80 per cent community support for the harm prevention measures.A recent Deakin University study found the benefits of the 2008 Newcastle intervention have surpassed any other Australian city’s attempts to reduce alcohol-related harm.http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/opinion/perspective/8779512/Alcohol-policy-halved-street-crime
A search warrant led to the arrest of six people in Greensburg last week.Authorities received tips from citizens last December and a search warrant was conducted at the 200 block of East Washington Street early Thursday morning.Police say they collected information and evidence including two handguns, quantities of marijuana, prescription medication and paraphernalia during the search.“The Greensburg Police Department would like to express its gratitude to members of the public for their continued support and information, which led to the successful completion of this investigation,” said Chief Stacey Chasteen.The following were arrested as a result of the search warrant:Lauren Hollin, 24: Possession of Legend Drug, Maintaining a Common Nuisance.Kyle Jones, 22: Possession of Marijuana, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Paraphernalia and Maintaining a Common Nuisance.Anthony Courtney, 20: Possession of Paraphernalia and Maintaining a Common Nuisance.Brittany Beckman: Possession of Marijuana and Maintaining a Common Nuisance.Mickayla Sefton: Maintaining a Common NuisanceMichael Farquer: Visiting a Common Nuisance
Loading… Gian Piero Gasperini was left in wonderland after his Atalanta side failed to claim a glorious Champions League victory against Paris Saint-Germain in the final seconds on Wednesday night. The Serie A side were leading the quarter-final 1-0 heading into the final minute in Lisbon but were dumped out of the competition in brutal fashion thanks to last gasp goals from Marquinhos and Eric Choupo-Moting. “I must say that there is great regret, we came very close, it was very close. It looked as it we could do it, pull off a great achievement,” Gasperini said to Sky Sport. “We can take satisfaction from the experience, our Champions League growth. It looked as if we had done it.” Wednesday’s defeat was the cruellest way to end what has nonetheless been another remarkable season for the side from Bergamo, one of the worst-hit cities during the coronavirus pandemic. Traditionally an also-ran, Atalanta finished third in Serie A for the second season in a row and enchanted fans across Europe with flamboyant football that led to them scoring 98 times in the Italian top flight. Read Also: Chelsea join Man Utd interest in Leicester keeper Schmeichel “His entry gave an energy to PSG who were losing the match, it was fundamental because of what he brought to the game. “The equaliser, above all, leaves us with some bitterness. But PSG has a good chance of reaching the final.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentSuper Recognizable Outfits That Actors Wore In The Famous MoviesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Of The Dirtiest Seas In The World7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooMacaulay Culkin’s Own Version Of The New ‘Home Alone’Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? However once Kylian Mbappe was introduced in the second half PSG began to turn the screw and Atalanta eventually gave way. “Mbappe’s coming into the game, combined with the presence of Neymar, changed things for PSG,” Gasperini told reporters in the post-match press conference.