CELEBRITY: Tim Omundson “The man likes his scotch. It’s always good to have a drinking partner.” After Midnight MOVIE: Coming to America “Too many reasons to name but Ruben Santiago Hudson trying to sell some bootleg Rolex watches? How can you not be obsessed with this movie?!” Show Closed This production ended its run on June 29, 2014 RANDOM OBSESSION: Bourbon, Scotch & Whiskey “I’m on a mission to taste them all. Who’s with me?!” Dulé Hill APP: Nomino “It’s a fun social game launching soon and I’m one of the founders! Check it out: www.mynomino.com.” BOOK: Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho “It’s an easy read filled with so many simple truths.” Related Shows Theater stars know what’s hot in entertainment, fashion and pop culture, so Broadway.com decided it was high time to tap in to the after-hours obsessions of our favorite stage actors. Dulé Hill is currently starring in Warren Carlyle’s After Midnight as The Host of the show, which presents the sound and glamour of the Harlem Renaissance and celebrates Duke Ellington’s years at the legendary Cotton Club. When this Emmy nominee isn’t tapping into his dancing roots at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre eight shows a week, he’s obsessing over NBC’s newest hit drama, Broadway’s celebration of Janis Joplin and the island of Jamaica. Read on to find out what else this eclectic star can’t get enough of! SONG OR SINGER: Fantasia “‘Stormy Weather.’ She blows me away with this song every night.” FASHION DESIGNER: Paul Smith “The suits man, the suits!” BEAUTY PRODUCT: Eminence Organics “It just feels right on my face, ya dig? …Wait, what?!” View Comments VACATION SPOT: Jamaica “Other islands are nice but I’ll always love my roots.” Star Files TV SHOW: Blacklist “James Spader is a badass.” STAGE SHOW (OTHER THAN MY OWN): A Night With Janis Joplin “These ladies can SANG!” ATHLETE: Joe Montana “He’s one of the few people I would be really excited to meet. If I could catch or intercept a pass from him? Whaaaaat! C’mon, son! #NinerNation.”
MailOnline 7 Nov 2o12Books which portray ‘traditional’ images of mothers caring for their children or fathers going out to work could be barred from schools under proposals from Brussels. An EU report claims that ‘gender stereotyping’ in schools influences the perception of the way boys and girls should behave and damages women’s career opportunities in the future. Critics said the proposals for ‘study materials’ to be amended so that men and women are no longer depicted in their traditional roles would mean the withdrawal of children’s classics, such as Enid Blyton’s The Famous Five series, Paddington Bear or Peter Pan. The document, prepared by the European Parliament’s Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality, also suggests EU-wide legislation is needed to tackle the way women are depicted in advertising during children’s television programmes. It further complains about the number of women in EU parliaments, and floats the idea of fixed quotas on a minimum proportion of female MPs.…Tim Aker, spokesman for Get Britain Out, a Eurosceptic campaign group, warned: ‘If the EU has its way, millions of youngster would be denied the pleasure of reading childhood classics such as Paddington Bear, Peter Pan or the Tiger Who Came to Tea because these books show mums and dads in so-called traditional roles. ‘The Eurozone is crumbling, millions are out of work and a generation of young Europeans face a bleak future. Yet the EU is spending its time concentrating on how to socially engineer our children. This politically correct report should be binned at once.’http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2229022/Now-Brussels-takes-aim-Famous-Five-Books-portraying-traditional-families-barred.html
One more open look for Syracuse went unfinished. Again, Kris Alleyne stopped a shot the Orange normally buries. And again, Rutgers rushed the other way with numbers.Only this time, the game was tied with 22 seconds left and the Scarlet Knights breakaway promised to ruin SU’s Senior Day for good. Andrew Parrilla sprinted within 15 yards of Dominic Lamolinara’s goal with the kind of clear shooting lane Rutgers had buried shots through all day.But JoJo Marasco made a full-body dive, catching Parrilla from behind and checking the ball loose. Brian Megill scooped it up, sprinted 50 yards straight through midfield to the Rutgers crease and flipped the ball to Derek Maltz to skip into the left netting.“I tried to cut (Parrilla) off a little bit, let him know that I was right on his back,” Marasco said, “and I think that worked out great.”Rutgers missed routine passes, dropped balls and struggled to simply clear the ball. For three quarters, though, Syracuse was worse.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut in the fourth, the No. 7 Orange (9-2, 3-1 Big East) unleashed a full-field blitz to erase 45 minutes of wasteful shooting, stunning saves from Alleyne, loose defense and faceoff impotence. SU’s veterans spearheaded the comeback, tearing off seven goals in the fourth quarter. Cal Paduda slowed down Joseph Nardella at the faceoff X, and with the Scarlet Knights (2-11, 0-5 Big East) still making the same mistakes that had plagued them all game, Syracuse finally punished them for it in front of a Carrier Dome crowd of 4,048.“Everyone started to come together and our offense played like we’ve played all year,” Marasco said. “…So I think it came together quickly.”It had to.When the Orange took the field for the fourth quarter, the game seemed loss. SU trailed by five, and couldn’t get its scorers the ball.But just 1:14 into the final period, Luke Cometti took the Orange’s second shot of the quarter and buried it. Marasco fed him again two and a half minutes later to close the score to 10-7 Rutgers. Suddenly a comeback seemed viable.“Coaches really reiterated that we should stick with our game plan and that we were just playing sloppy, and we knew we had openings, we knew we could go at their guys,” Cometti said. “And our team, our offense was making it a lot easier to find me, guys like JoJo playing with their heads up makes it a lot easier.”Cometti scored a career-high six goals on the day, four in seven and a half fourth-quarter minutes. He glided through the Rutgers zone seemingly invisible and finished chances identical to ones he and his offensive teammates sprayed wide or had saved by Alleyne in the first three quarters.Each early missed chance had given confidence to Rutgers team that was overmatched on paper. The Scarlet Knights’ opener was Anthony Terranova cleaning up a messy rebound, the second capitalized on a man-down breakaway. RU led, but tentatively. By the second quarter, though, RU was popping the ball around the perimeter with authority, realizing the upset was becoming a reality.“You see that we started turning the ball over on clears, making saves and turning it over, giving the ball right back to them and they’re scoring,” Marasco said. “Second-chance opportunities can’t happen. It definitely felt like Villanova all over again.”But as seamlessly as Rutgers took control of the game, Syracuse tore it away. Paduda jammed up Nardella on faceoffs, long enough for wings like Matt Harris and Steve Ianzito to sweep in and take the ball. SU won eight faceoffs, and half of them came in the fourth quarter.The sudden injection of possession fed the starved offense, and it responded hungrily, finally devouring the chances it created on its rare possession earlier in the game.The fight back was stunning. Rutgers had no response aside from a Terranova goal with 5:40 remaining. Maltz made it irrelevant, burying on the net-crashing cuts he’s famous for – once on a 10-yard dart down the right hashes and again on the busted open last scramble with 10 seconds left.The sloppy game Rutgers owned for three quarters could be forgotten for 15 minutes of Orange brilliance.With 10 seconds left, Paduda crouched down for what he hoped was the last, game-killing faceoff to end an emotionally upside-down day.Said Paduda in the postgame press conference of those last 10 seconds: “It felt like two quarters.” Comments Published on April 13, 2013 at 6:44 pm Contact Jacob: [email protected] | @Jacob_Klinger_ Facebook Twitter Google+
Joy sports can confirm that Kwame Baah Nuakoh has resigned as International Relations Manager of Asante Kotoko following his boss Dr KK Sarpong’s decision to quit the club.The lecturer at the Economics Department of the University of Ghana, who has been a long time follower of the club, has changed his email details which had the heading of his position to his personal details which reads, Kwame Baah-Nuakoh, PhD Candidate, School of Sports, University of Stirling, UK.Baah-Nuakoh who has been in the news recently confirmed to Joy sports of his resignation at the weekend but declined to state it on record.However, Kwame Baah Nuako has been summoned to appear before the ethicscommittee of the Ghana Football Association on Tuesday for unethical comments made against President of the Ghana FA Kwasi Nyantakyi on our sister station Asempa fm.
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Mourinho praises Man Utd PR: Solskjaer has perfect jobby Paul Vegas4 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveJose Mourinho has praised Manchester United for their PR leading into Sunday’s draw with Liverpool.The former United manager believes the club were able to deflect the pressure on boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.”Manchester United did a good job in public relations during the week before the match to try to create a positive atmosphere for the game. And I think they did very well. From what I understand the goal is the future,” Mourinho said.”I will try to find a job like what Solskjaer currently has, which at heart is constantly talking about the future and how you are protected in the present. I think it’s a great situation. He has a three-year contract and it’s all about the future and about young players. The results are important but I think it is amazing to have the opportunity to do that in a giant club like Manchester United.”
Urban Meyer CavsOutside of coaching college football, photobombing is probably Urban Meyer’s best skill. He’s great at it. And the 50-year-old coach – perhaps unintentionally – was at it again last night at the Cleveland-Golden State NBA Finals game. Urban is #ALLinCLE. @OSUCoachMeyer @cavs (photo via @GavinRBlair) pic.twitter.com/A6I5kSNjev— Niraj Antani (@NirajAntani) June 10, 2015Urban Meyer, photo-bomber extraordinaire, strikes again. http://t.co/pWDCl6SI2A pic.twitter.com/4HVe0yEiXD— Ben Cohen (@bzcohen) June 10, 2015When you thought your conversation was private but you get put on blast… pic.twitter.com/EF9sWIsCxA— Zach Smith #Zone6 (@CoachZachSmith) June 10, 2015Photobombing is getting a little dated, but when you’re a national championship-winning head coach, you can do whatever you want.
UPDATE – The freezing rain warning has ended.GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB. – Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for parts of the Alberta Peace.The warning covers Beaverlodge, Hythe, Demmitt, Sexsmith, La Glace, Grande Prairie and Wembley. An area of rain will move through the Grande Prairie and Grande Cache region this morning. Temperatures are near or slightly below zero giving local freezing rain. Freezing rain will end this morning.For updates on highway conditions in Alberta, visit 511.alberta.caIssued at 2019-04-06 12:26 UTC by Environment Canada:Freezing rain warning issued for:Co. of Grande Prairie near Beaverlodge Hythe and Demmitt, Alta. (077111)Co. of Grande Prairie near Sexsmith and La Glace, Alta. (077112)Co. of Grande Prairie near Grande Prairie and Wembley, Alta. (077113)Current details:Freezing rain is expected or occurring.An area of rain will move through the Grande Prairie and Grande Cache region this morning. Temperatures are near or slightly below zero giving local freezing rain. Freezing rain will end this morning.Take extra care when walking or driving in affected areas. Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to [email protected] or tweet reports using #ABStorm.More details on the alert are available here.
Ghaziabad: A 23-year-old cricketer with Mumbai Cricket Academy was allegedly thrashed inside his house in Mukundnagar area of Ghaziabad on Thursday evening. Cops said that the accused persons allegedly barged into the house of sportsman and thrashed the male members of family while they misbehaved with female family members.According to police, the victim has been identified as Prashant Tiwari. Tiwari had earlier been part of Mumbai Indians team of Indian Premiere League (IPL) in 2018 and but was dropped due to his shoulder injury last year. However, his family members claimed that he was supposed to play against the upcoming 2019 IPL matches from MI team. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderPrabhat Tiwari, victim’s brother said that the accused persons live in their neighbourhood and were jealous of Prashant’s success. “Me and my brother Prashant were having a friendly fight with each other inside our house around 4 pm after Holi celebrations. Two brothers Sanjeev and Mandeep, who live in our neighbourhood, were standing in their balcony at that time. Both of them started shouting on us and used abusive words. When we questioned, both of them, accompanied by their other family members, barged into our home and thrashed us badly. They vandalised our house and also misbehaved with female family members,” said Prabhat. Also Read – Two brothers held for snatchingsPrabhat added that during the fight, Prashant was critically injured while veins of his left hand were also punctured by the accused persons. “The accused persons were very violent and attacked my brother badly. They damaged the window panes and with the broken glass they started attacking my brother which injured him badly. He was immediately rushed to a nearby private hospital where doctors admitted him to Intense Care Unit (ICU). The veins of his left hand were punctured during the fight. By Friday evening, his condition was brought to stable by the doctors and he was shifted to private ward,” added Prashant. Meanwhile, police have registered a case against four persons of a family. “Following the incident, a case under section 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (Intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), 427 (Mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees), 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation) and 324 (voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been registered against the accused persons at Sihani Gate police station while further investigations into the case are underway,” said Sanjay Pandey, Station House Officer of Sihani Gate police station. Tiwari started playing cricket in 2009 and joined Mumbai Cricket Academy in 2012. He had been among the standby players of MI team in 2018 IPL but didn’t get a chance to play any match during the league. He was under medical supervision because of his shoulder injury from December 2018.
OSU freshman midfielder Sarah Roberts (10) during a game against Minnesota on Sept. 17 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU lost 2-1. Credit: Sam Harris / For The LanternHeavy winds and rain were major factors in Saturday’s match against the nation’s No. 10 team.Penn State got on the board first in the early minutes of the game when sophomore forward Frannie Crouse went one on one with OSU redshirt junior goalkeeper Jillian McVicker, knocking it right past her through the net.Both the Buckeyes and Nittany Lions played an aggressive first half as OSU tried to break through the Nittany Lions’ defensive front but couldn’t get anything going offensively.The Nittany Lions put the next point on the board in the 39th minute as freshman midfielder Marissa Sheva finished inside the left post from 15 yards out.“In the first half, honestly, I couldn’t see,” OSU junior forward Lindsay Agnew said. “The rain was coming in and the wind was blowing hard. It stinks that they got those two goals, because I really feel if we would have held them to one goal then we could have buried them in the second half. Once the conditions changed, they couldn’t get ahold of the ball.”The Nittany Lions’ underclassmen were a threat to the Buckeyes on Saturday, just like they have been all season, as they have accounted for 24 goals on the year, two of which were scored against OSU.The teams went to halftime with Penn State in the lead, 2-0. The Lions also held the 8-2 advantage in shots, including 5-0 on goal.“I told them it was the best position I ever felt being down 2-0,” OSU coach Lori Walker said. “The wind was such a factor trying to get out early on. Having that at our back in the second half, I just said we have to take advantage of it and fight back and just get one at a time. I am pleased that we were able to come back out in the second half and really do that.”McVicker was replaced in the second half by freshman goalkeeper Devon Kerr.“I was confident and ready to play,” Kerr said. “I really wanted to make a change in the game in a positive way to get my team upbeat.”Walker downplayed the change, saying switching goalkeepers is not a big deal. She said a team has to take advantage of the skills each keeper can contribute to the game.“There’s nothing that (McVicker) did wrong in the first half,” Walker said. “It’s just a matter of utilizing players’ skill sets. At this school we change quarterbacks, and we change goalkeepers. It’s just what we do.”Back-and-forth play consumed much of the second half, as it the game remained at 2-0 until the 81st minute when OSU finally broke through the Nittany Lion defense. Freshman defender Kylie Knight found Agnew inside the box, who then knocked it in from eight yards out to cut the Penn State lead to 2-1.Agnew’s goal reignited her team as it tried to equalize.“I think it gave us another little bit of hope,” Agnew said. “But leading up to that goal, we had so much momentum and everyone was working really hard and winning every ball. Kylie played an amazing ball to me over the top and I was just happy to put one away.”Walker said the goal lit a fire under the team, but the clock remained its biggest enemy.“It really excited us, ignited us,” Walker said. “Because when you’re fighting back you just need that one thing to kind of change the momentum. Unfortunately, we just ran out of time.”For the game, the Nittany Lions held a 15-7 advantage in shots, including 9-2 on goal.Saturday’s game was also the return of redshirt junior defender and co-captain, Morgan Wolcott to Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Wolcott saw action in last weekend’s game, but it was her first game played back at home.Wolcott had been sidelined due to injury for much of the season.“I thought playing for the first time again, under the lights, in the rain, just got my adrenalin going,” Wolcott said. “Playing with my team and seeing how hard we fought all the way through, a full 90 minutes was unbelievable. I couldn’t be more proud of them.”The Buckeyes now prepare for their final regular season match of the season against the Michigan State Spartans.“Looks like it’s all going to boil down to that one,” Walker said. “It’s a championship game. I love championship games, and I think our players will show up for it. It’s home, it’s senior day, so there’s a lot of great elements to play for.”OSU is slated to kick off against the Spartans at 7:30 p.m. at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.