Steffanie Leigh in ‘War Paint'(Photo: Joan Marcus) Want to catch a glimpse of Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole backstage at their latest Broadway show, or just want to achieve the perfect winged eyeliner? War Paint’s Steffanie Leigh’s got you covered. The stage alum is grabbing a camera as Broadway.com’s latest video blogger. Get ready for Pucker Up: Backstage at War Paint with Steffanie Leigh!The vlog will cover Leigh and her co-stars’ journey from the rehearsal room to the Nederlander Theatre, where the new Scott Frankel, Michael Korie and Doug Wright musical will begin performances on March 7. Expect plenty of backstage hijinks—and maybe even some beauty tips. Those faces don’t beat themselves!Leigh made her Broadway debut in 2011 in the title role of Mary Poppins; she last appeared on the Great White Way in Gigi. Her regional credits include Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, 42nd Street, Grease, Hamlet and Les Miserables.Grab your lip gloss and catch Pucker Up, beginning February 14 and running every Tuesday for eight weeks. View Comments War Paint Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 5, 2017
Summer means bountiful baskets of blue and red berries in fields and home gardens. Blueberries and strawberries are synonymous with backyard barbecues, vacations and pick-your-own adventures. More importantly, their high level of cancer-fighting antioxidants makes them exceptionally healthy.Antioxidants counteract the damage caused by free radicals, or molecules created by harmful environmental effects like smoking, sunlight and chemicals that damage healthy tissue cells. Antioxidants come in many different forms, like vitamins and phytochemicals, and are often found in fruits, vegetables and whole-grain products.Phytochemicals, or substances found in plant foods, and a number of vitamins, such as vitamin C, act as antioxidants in the body. Consuming antioxidant-rich foods decreases free-radical damage and lowers your risk of developing certain types of cancers and heart disease.There are hundreds of different phytochemicals. Different-colored fruits and vegetables contain different phytochemicals, the pigments that give flowers and foods their unique colors. By eating different-colored fruits and vegetables, you include a wide variety of healthy phytochemicals in your diet. They don’t contribute calories to your diet, but act as antioxidants in the body.Phytochemicals make strawberries red and blueberries blue. Anthocyanins are found in purple, deep blue and reddish-purple foods, such as blueberries, blackberries, cherries, red grapes, cranberries, bilberries and strawberries.Some vitamins are also antioxidants. Beta carotene (a form of vitamin A) and vitamins C and E act as antioxidants in the body. Strawberries have more vitamin C than most citrus fruits. Blueberries are also a great source of vitamin C and fiber. Originally called “star berries,” the bottom of the blueberry forms a perfect, five-pointed star. Harvest season for blueberries in Georgia runs from mid-April through July, and strawberry season is March through July. July is also National Blueberry Month. Blueberries are one of the few fruits native to North America, and Georgia ranks second in the nation in blueberry production. Whether you consume them in a parfait, smoothie or straight from the farm, enjoy blueberries and know that you are eating fresh, local, in-season fruit that improves your health. For more information from the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension on nutrition, health and food safety, visit www.extension.uga.edu/publications.
From the beginning of spring in March until October, at least one storm can be expected daily, according to him. A new catastrophe threatens Haitians following the earthquake that caused 222,500 deaths and left more than a million people homeless: the rainy season, which has already caused several fatalities and evacuations. The agricultural sector and the roads were severely damaged by the rains, according to the authorities, who reported landslides in several localities. Several neighborhoods were flooded in the city of Les Cayes (160 km south of Port-au-Prince), which was not affected by the 12 January earthquake, forcing dozens of people to take refuge on the roofs of their houses. By Dialogo March 03, 2010 This is a cool article. Thirteen people died Saturday as a result of flooding caused by strong rains in southwestern Haiti, according to preliminary reports. At least three people are believed to be missing, and another three thousand have been evacuated. The rainy season, which precedes the hurricane season that starts in June, usually begins around April in Haiti, but strong precipitation has already been falling in Port-au-Prince, raising concern. Haiti enjoys a “pure tropical” climate, Dennis Feltgen, of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, explained to AFP.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An investment adviser from Franklin Square was sentenced Wednesday to four ½ years in federal prison for conning his clients out of nearly $2 million in a Ponzi scheme.Paul Sullivan pleaded guilty to wire fraud in November of 2013 at Central Islip federal court.“Sullivan abused the trust placed in him by his clients, many of whom considered him a close friend,” said Kelly Currie, acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. “Sullivan then dug a deeper hole for himself and his clients by orchestrating a Ponzi scheme that ensnared even more victims.”Prosecutors said the 50-year-old man made investments without his clients’ authorization that resulted in significant losses, and when his victims caught on, he promised to repay them if they didn’t alert the authorities.In order to keep that promise, Sullivan stole funds from other clients, whom he told he was investing their money in special private investments with high rates of return, authorities said.One of Sullivan’s victims confronted him using a hidden camera and reportedly caught Sullivan admitting to the crime, prosecutors said.“What I did was completely illegal, completely wrong,” he said on the video, according to investigators. “Everything I’ve done was wrong, was illegal. I have nothing to say.”U.S. District Judge Leonard D. Wexler also sentenced Sullivan to three years of post-release supervision and ordered him to pay $1.9 million in restitution to his victims.
The sales are waiting to be approved by Binghamton City Council vote. Mayor David says the development could become a business anchor that employs hundreds of people. The buildings are estimated to be between 150,00 and 200,000 square feet in size and may be used for office space, warehousing, distribution and “light” manufacturing. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — On Monday, Binghamton Mayor Rich David announced a deal to sell the Charles Street Business Park and co-generation power plant in Binghamton’s First Ward to a Syracuse-based development company to advance a $25 million redevelopment project. Mayor David says the company, Bowers Development, plans to invest the money to upstart a co-generation power plant and a build prefabricated- steel buildings for “future commercial use.” The Charles Street power plant is being sold for $500,00 and the business park is being sold for $621,000.
TOWN OF DICKINSON (WBNG)- Multiple emergency crews responded to a house fire early Tuesday morning at 185 Bevier Street in the town of Dickinson. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation. Multiple crews responded including Port Dickinson Fire, Hillcrest Fire Company, Kirkwood Firecompany, Chenango Bridge Fire Company, New York State Police and the Broome County Sheriff’s Office. The second floor of the home is severely damaged. There is a ‘For Sale’ sign in front of the home and a deputy with the Broome County Sheriff’s Office said they don’t believe anyone was inside when the fire started. No injuries have been reported at this time. This is a developing story, stay with 12 News for further updates. The fire started around 2:30 a.m. and our 12 News crew said they could see the flames from I-81 as they were driving to the scene.
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Kim Heng Offshore & Marine’s wholly owned subsidiary Kim Heng Marine & Oilfield (KHMO) has secured another Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) contract awarded by a repeat customer.The contract was awarded following the completion of its first Marine Civil Engineering contract announced on April 11, 2019. The new contract is expected to begin in September 2019.“We are delighted to secure the project works to support our venture into renewable energy services for shallow water subsea cable laying and wind farm projects in Asia. The award of the contract is testament to the group’s growing capability and competency in the HDD space,” Kim Heng Offshore & Marine said.“Leveraging on our expertise in the oil and gas sector, we will continue to capitalise on every suitable market opportunity to secure more works and intend to develop our competitive advantage and track record not only in the HDD space, but also in the renewable energy sector,” the company added.
Teams from Oregon, Washington, California, North Dakota, British Columbia, and beyond are expected to make the journey. The Speedweek extravaganza ventures to some of the best racing facilities in California and Oregon. By Ben Deatherage All features are qualifying events for the 2019 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot and pay a minimum of $100 to start. YREKA, Calif. – The ninth annual IMCA Wild West Modified Shootout is ready to get started with eight $1,000 to win features on the series schedule. The party gets started on Friday, June 21 at Siskiyou Motor Speedway in Yreka, Calif., for the only date in the Golden State. Saturday, June 22 will have the tour make the short jump over the border to Southern Oregon Speedway in White City. Making a detour off Interstate 5, the tour makes the curvy serpentine journey west on Highway 42 to the Oregon Coast’s Coos Bay Speedway on Sunday, June 23. The tour will spend Monday and Tuesday, June 24 and 25 at Cottage Grove Speedway before embarking on their farthest venue north, at Bank’s Sunset Speedway Park on Wednesday, June 26. The lone day of rest is reserved for Thursday, June 27 when FinishLine Graphics hosts the Driver Appreciation Party at Willamette Speedway with great food and fun games. The week will be closed out at Willamette Speedway, in Lebanon, on Friday and Saturday, June 28 and 29, where the 2019 champion will be crowned. John Campos is the defending Shootout champion despite not winning a race during the 2018 tour. Collen Winebarger and Jesse Williamson were the only multi-feature victors capturing two checkered flags each. Bricen James, Grey Ferrando, Nick Trenchard and Ethan Dotson all managed to pay victory lane one visit in 2019.
And Yorke, who played alongside Keane at Old Trafford and was later signed by the Irishman for Sunderland, is confident the no-nonsense former midfielder will prove a major success in the new role. Yorke said of the former Ireland engine room general: “I saw him as a manager at Sunderland, he did fantastically well getting promotion up to the Premier League. “Knowing the character for a number of years, I feel Roy Keane would be a far greater manager at international level. “I think it’s too much (as a club boss) because of the type of person he is, having to constantly relate to players, dealing with players on a daily basis, report to the board, watch reserve games, give young players contracts and deal with a whole lot of issues – I don’t feel Roy Keane is that type of person. “I feel at international level he has great presence, he has the respect from the players – all the attributes you need to be a manager at international level. “Also, you only get the players for two or three weeks, then you say, ‘There you go lads, I don’t need to see you for two or three months’.” Although Keane will be going in as O’Neill’s deputy, Yorke claims he has the ability to play a leading role on the world stage. “I do believe that he would be a far greater manager than he has been given credit for,” Yorke said. Keane is poised to become assistant to his fellow former Sunderland manager Martin O’Neill with Ireland. His appointment will end Keane’s near three-year exile from management and coaching, having been sacked by Ipswich in January 2011. Press Association The 42-year-old, who was speaking as an ambassador for his native Trinidad and Tobago at the World Travel Market in London, had nothing but praise for Keane, who has more recently joined Yorke in taking on media work. Yorke won the 1999 Champions League at Manchester United, playing in the final that Keane missed due to suspension. “There’s two sides – when you play and when you become a manager,” Yorke said. “In my years with him at Manchester United, as a player, he was sensational. Arguably one of the best I’ve come across – his leadership, his winning mentality, what he demands from the players on the football pitch, the aura he presents on the football pitch – there is nobody better in the game when it comes to that.” Dwight Yorke is convinced his former Manchester United team-mate Roy Keane can achieve far more on his return to international football than he managed in club management.