Bring Glee Star Matthew Morrison Home for Christmas with New EP

first_img Morrison will provide his own take on Christmas standards including “It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”, “Jingle Bell Rock” and “Let It Snow.” The record has been produced by Phil Ramone, the late legendary producer who was also behind Morrison’s collection of Broadway songs, Where It All Began. The EP will be released on Adam Levine’s 222 Records. Morrison was Tony-nominated for The Light In The Piazza. His other Broadway credits include Footloose, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hairspray and South Pacific.  Glee may be ending, but triple threat Matthew Morrison won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. The Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated star is adding another string to his bow, releasing his first-ever holiday collection EP, A Classic Christmas on November 19. Prefer to catch the Glee star live? Morrison will be performing on November 29 and 30 with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Fans can also see a special performance by Morrison on PBS beginning November 30, when the network will air a live concert recorded at the Bushnell Theater in Hartford, Connecticut. View Commentslast_img read more

Auto International Association Installs Two New Board Members

first_imgBETHESDA, Md. – The Auto International Association (AIA), a segment of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA), installed two new board members at its May meeting during AAIA Spring Leadership Days in Hollywood, Fla. The newly elected board members are Bob Clark, director of aftermarket sales, Aisin World Corp. of America, and Dan Lelchuk, president, Centric Parts.   Clark joined Aisin in 1991 and is responsible for OES, accessory and aftermarket sales in North America and Latin American countries. His previous experience includes 14 years with Champion Spark Plug and six years with Genuine Parts Co. Clark is a member of the Automotive Sales Council and the Northwood University Advisory Board, and a former member of AASA Marketing Executives Committee.   Lelchuk has been part of the automotive aftermarket business since 1976, holding positions with several import parts suppliers including Beck/Arnley and Brembo. He spent 13 years with Autospecialty as vice president, sales and marketing, and is an original partner in the forming of Centric Parts in 2000. As Centric president, Lelchuk has developed extensive knowledge of trade and regulatory issues affecting the import aftermarket.   Two incumbent directors were elected to another term: • Peter Klotz, WORLDPAC Inc. • Patricia Law, ANSA Automotive Parts Distributors Inc.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Continuing board members are: • Chairman Brian Cohn, Multi Parts Supply USA Inc. • Vice Chairman Jeffery Berman, Bosal USA Inc. • Secretary Mary DellaValle, Babcox Media • Treasurer Stephen Bearden, H.B. International Marketing Services • Thomas Beer, Interamerican Motor Corp. • W. Michael Brown, Olympus Imported Auto Parts Corp. • Martin Gold, S-G Imported Car Parts Inc. • Anthony (Tony) Perticarilast_img read more

Canceled: County Personnel Board Meeting March 17

first_imgCOUNTY News:In alignment with Los Alamos County’s policies for limiting the impact of COVID-19, the decision has been made to cancel the County Personnel Board meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 17. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 28. Further announcements will be issued should the April meeting be canceled or rescheduled.last_img

City farmers push up land prices

first_imgSo-called lifestyle buyers made up 28.8% of rural land purchases in the first half of the year, according to data from Knight Frank. This is a 50% rise on a year ago. The trend has pushed up prices by 27% in 12 monthsRocketing London house have given home owners more equity to buy land in the Countryside. Alex James, bassist from rock group Blur, for example, swapped his champagne Soho existence to become a Cotswolds farmer and presenter of Radio 4’s On Your Farm programme. Hector Sants, incoming chief executive of the Financial Services Authority, is among the many City workers who run a farm. His is near Oxford.last_img

McDaniel tops round 2 of Nor-Cal Challenge Series

first_imgANTIOCH, Calif. (May 10) – It wasn’t a pretty win but Randy McDaniel’s run to the $1,000 Saturday checkers at Antioch Speedway put him on the ballot for the upcoming Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational.McDaniel survived a crash-filled IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified main event in the latest installment of the Nor-Cal Challenge Series. He made a pit stop to repair damage early in the race, managed to re-enter the track without losing a lap and found himself in the lead on the final restart, with Troy Foulger chasing him in a very battered car.Third place finisher Tom Purcell was the happiest of the drivers afterwards. A full-time engineering student at the University of Nevada, Reno, had never raced at Antioch Speedway before. It was just the third time out for his new car. “I tried to stay out of the trouble. I came from all the way in the back to third place,” he said. “I’m very happy with my third place finish, even though the car is damaged. I’ll take third place any day.” Feature results – 1. Randy McDaniel; 2. Troy Foulger; 3. Tom Purcell; 4. Jake Dewsbury; 5. Brian Cass; 6. Chris Elbert; 7. Nick DeCarlo; 8. Ryan McDaniel; 9. Carl Berendsen; 10. Dave Duste Jr.; 11. Richard Papenhausen; 12. Kellen Chadwick; 13. Aaron Crowell; 14. Joe Carr; 15. Brian Azevedo; 16. Danny Dozier; 17. Chester Kniss; 18. Bill Egleston; 19. Anthony Slaney.last_img read more