Watch Kristin Chenoweth Try On Blinged-Out Wedding Gowns (for Her BFF) on Say Yes to The Dress

first_img Star Files Kristin Chenoweth View Commentscenter_img Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth is a vision in white on the season 10 premiere of Say Yes to the Dress…no, she’s not getting married—her assistant and BFF Julie Trussell is! Of course, the bubbly Broadway favorite couldn’t resist trying on a few wedding dresses and tiaras herself, all in the name of finding her “nonsexual life partner” Julie a gorgeous gown for her wedding day. Chenoweth, who will be a bridesmaid in the wedding, gives her pal a very Wicked-esque makeover by convincing Julie to go “outside her comfort zone.” Click below to watch Chenoweth say yes to a gorgeous wedding dress (even though she doesn’t have a boyfriend) in a clip from the show, then catch the full episode Friday August 16 on TLC!last_img read more

James Taylor Odom & Blake Price Will Lead A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder Tour

first_img View Comments James Taylor Odom & Blake Price The dastardly cast assembles! James Taylor Odom and Blake Price will headline the national tour of the Tony-winning musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder as the eight D’Ysquith heirs and Monty Navarro, respectively. The touring production will kick off on September 27 at the Clemens Center in Elmira, NY, before continuing to additional cities across the country, including Madison, Fresno, Albuquerque, Fort Lauderdale, Portland, Atlanta, Austin, Milwaukee and Boise.In addition to Odom and Price, the touring cast will feature Colleen McLaughlin as Sibella Hallward and Erin McIntyre as Phoebe D’Ysquith. The ensemble includes Timothy Aaron Cooper, Ashton Michael Corey, Mia Fitzgibbon, Colleen Gallagher, Briana Gantsweg, Kristen Kane, Tyler Lenhart, Conor McGiffin, Ryne Nardecchia and Rosie Webber.Featuring a book and lyrics by Robert L. Freedman and music and lyrics by Steven Lutvak, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder tells the uproarious story of Monty Navarro, a distant heir to a family fortune who sets out to jump the line of succession, by any means necessary. All the while, he’s got to juggle his mistress (she’s after more than just love), his fiancée (she’s his cousin but who’s keeping track?), and the constant threat of landing behind bars. Of course, it will all be worth it if he can slay his way to his inheritance…and be done in time for tea.The creative team for this production includes direction and choreography by Peggy Hickey, based on Broadway’s original Tony Award-winning direction by Darko Tresnjak, and her own original choreography. The musical opened at Broadway’s Walter Kerr Theatre on November 17, 2013, and went on to become the most nominated and honored production of the 2013-14 Broadway season. A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder is the winner of four 2014 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Direction of a Musical (Tresnjak), Book of a Musical (Freedman) and Costume Design of a Musical (Linda Cho).To find out when A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder is headed to your city, click here.last_img read more

GMT benefit for Canal Street Veterans Housing

first_imgVermont Business Magazine All this week, Green Mountain Transit will be collecting items at its new Downtown Transit Center in Burlington and administrative offices in Burlington, Berlin, and St Albans to donate to Canal Street Veterans Housing. Canal Street Veterans Housing is an innovative approach to veterans’ assistance that COTS hopes will serve as a national example – creative housing, not shelter, for formerly homeless veterans. The program provides veterans with time to transition back into the community, allowing participants to stay up to 24 months with their families.GMT is excited to further our mission of positively enhancing the quality of life for the communities we serve. On Friday, February 17, 2017, for every bus pass sold at the Downtown Transit Center, GMT will make an equivalent donation to Canal Street Veterans Housing. GMT will offer a free round-trip on local buses (must have passes from the ticket booth) to passengers who donate an item.“Green Mountain Transit provides vital transportation to local communities daily,” says Interim General Manager, Mark Sousa, “ When the opportunity arose to go a step further, we jumped at the chance.”Most Wanted Items: Bus passes (10-Ride and Monthly) / New hats and gloves for adults / New bath linens / New bedding (pillows, twin and full sheets and blankets) / Gift cards for basic needs (groceries, clothing, pharmacy, gas) / New unopened toiletries / New unopened cleaning products / Powered infant formula. For a complete list, please visit RideGMT.com.Source: GMT February 13, 2017 – RideGMT.com(link is external)last_img read more

Conroy’s Public House restaurant and bar opening in former Sutera spot in Westwood along Rainbow

first_imgPat Walsh is one of the owners of the new Conroy’s in Westwood.Conroy’s Public House is planning to open its new Westwood location today. The bar and restaurant will take over the space in the Westwood Village Shopping Center that Sutera’s Restaurant had occupied along Rainbow Boulevard.Owners Pat Walsh and Ray Dunlea also operate Conroy’s on 95th Street in Overland Park. Both locations will have the same menu.“We’re about the neighborhood,” Walsh said. “You’ll feel at home.” The pair have spent the last few months completely remodeling the Sutera space and expanding it slightly. Conroy’s will seat more than 100 inside and will have two outdoor patios.The new establishment will have 15 beers on tap and features a broad menu with everything made from scratch. Fish and chips and shepard’s pie are among the specialties that reflect the shared Irish heritage of the two owners. The other house specialties range from steak, salmon and catfish to chicken pot pie, fried chicken and pastas.An extensive list of pizza, burgers, sandwiches and salads are part of the offerings with a large number of appetizer choices.Walsh and Dunlea have operated the Overland Park location for more than six years. They met through the establishments they each owned in the Waldo neighborhood.Conroy’s serves lunch and dinner with breakfast on the weekend. It opens at 11 a.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. weekends. Closing is 2 a.m. except Sunday. The staff at the new location is ready to go with some help from the Overland Park Conroy’s this week.Conroy’s Public House will have two patio areas.last_img read more

Medical: M.D. Anderson Banner Cancer Center

first_imgM.D. ANDERSON BANNER CANCER CENTERDeveloper: Banner HealthContractor: DPR ConstructionArchitect: Cannon DesignSize: 120,000 SFLocation: Higley Rd. & US 60 in GilbertThe $107M development will include a 3-story building dedicated to outpatient services. The center will treat inpatients on two floors inside Banner Gateway Medical Center, which was built in 2007. Construction on the cancer center began December 2009, with completion scheduled for fall 2011.last_img

Will Facebook Make You Sad? Depends How You Use It

first_imgScience Magazine:Using Facebook makes people sadder, at least according to some research. But just what is it about the social network that takes a hit on our mood? A study of the different ways of interacting with the site now offers an answer: Grazing on the content of other people’s idealized lives may make reality painful.Scientists have long debated Facebook’s impact on users’ in-the-moment mood as well as their deeper satisfaction with life. Some studies have found that the site makes us happier; others, sadder.Read the whole story: Science Magazine More of our Members in the Media >last_img

Grosvenor loses £236m in improved 2009 performance…

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Singapore: Cleanup of Oil Spill after Ships Collide Progresses

first_imgConsiderable progress has been achieved in containing and cleaning up the oil spill caused by the collision, which happened this morning between ships Oriental Pioneer and Atlantic Hero off Singapore’s Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) informed in an update.MPA further reported that there has been no additional spillage of fuel oil from Oriental Pioneer, from which some 100 metric tons of fuel spilled into the water right after the accident.Precautionary measures were taken by placing an oil boom around the vessel. An oil spill response craft have been also deployed on the site to monitor the situation.“11 craft and some 100 personnel from MPA and oil spill response companies have been deployed as part of the containment and clean-up efforts. A helicopter was also deployed to conduct aerial surveillance of the affected waters,” MPA said in a statement.[mappress]World Maritime News Staff, July 2, 2013; Image: Maritime and Port Authority of Singaporelast_img read more

Probate

first_img Teresa Rosen Peacocke (instructed by Brunswick Law) for the claimant; Nicholas Le Poidevin QC and Alexander Learmonth (instructed by Gillan & Co) for the defendants. Marley v Rawlings and another: Court of Appeal, Civil Division (Sir Anthony May, Lady Justice Black and Lord Justice Kitchin): 2 February 2012 Will – Construction – Intention of testator In 1999, a married couple had an appointment with their solicitor at their home for the purpose of executing the wills that he had drafted for them. The wills were short and except for the differences necessary to reflect the identity of the maker, were in identical terms. Each spouse left his or her entire estate to the other spouse, or if the spouse failed to survive him or her by one calendar month, to M, who was not related them, but who they treated as a son. By mistake, they signed each other’s will, rather than their own. No one noticed the error on the death of the wife in 2003. When the widower died in 2006, the error came to light. The couple’s children alleged that they had died intestate, so that they would inherit the estate, rather than M. M issued proceedings for probate of the widower’s will. The claim was dismissed, and M appealed. M submitted that the role of the court had been to give effect to the intention of the testator, pursuant to section 9 of the Wills Act 1837 (the 1837 act). Section 9 of the 1837 act required simply that the testamentary document was in writing and signed in such a way that it was apparent that the testator intended by his signature to give effect to it as a will. Consideration was given to sections 20 and 21 of the Administration of Justice Act 1982 (the 1982 act). The appeal would be dismissed. In the circumstances, the formalities in section 9 of the 1837 act had not been satisfied. The testator had not intended to sign the will that he had. It followed that the will was not valid. There was no room for rectification. It was not therefore necessary to determine whether what had arisen was the consequence of a clerical error within the meaning of section 20 of the 1982 act (see [56], [62], [94] of the judgment). ––’s Goods, Re (1850) 14 Jur 402 considered; Guardhouse v Blackburn [1861-73] All ER Rep 680 considered; Hunt’s Goods, Re (1875) LR 3 P & D 250 considered; Meyer’s Estate, Re [1908] P 353 considered; Guardian Trusts Executors Co of Zealand Ltd v Inwood [1946] NZLR 614 considered; Foster, Re [1956] NZLR 44 considered; McConagle v Starkey [1978] 3 NZLR 635 considered; In the matter of Harvey Snide, deceased (1981) 52 NY 2d 193 considered; Wordingham v Royal Exchange Trust Co Ltd [1992] 3 All ER 204 considered; Wood v Smith [1992] 3 All ER 556 considered; In the Estate of McDermid [1994] Can LII 4950 considered; Corbett v Newey [1996] 2 All ER 914 considered; Vautier (estate of), Re (2000) 3 ITELR 566 considered; Henriques v Giles [2009] ZASCA 64 considered. Decision of Proudman J [2011] All ER (D) 43 (Feb) affirmed.last_img read more

Solar powered railcar ready for summer

first_imgHUNGARY: A solar-powered railcar with a top speed of 25 km/h was unveiled at Hungary’s Forest Railway Festival in Krályrét on May 4.The 760 mm gauge railcar is intended for use on summer tourist services, and has 9·9 m2 of solar cells which are used to charge an onboard battery. The battery can also be charged from a mains supply, and is able to store enough energy for four or five uphill trips on the 12 km line between Kismaros to Királyrét; the return trip is downhill and requires little power. The railcar is 8275 mm long and 2000 mm wide, with an entry height of 360 mm and 32 seats. The frames and mechanical parts were supplied by Börzsöny 2020, with Hungarotrain responsible for electrical systems and GanzPlan providing documentation.last_img