UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. Chicago (65.45%)* 4. Mamma Mia! (64.90%)* 3. You Can’t Take It With You (58.08%) 2. Honeymoon in Vegas (54.17%) 1. On the Town (48.51%) Here’s a look at who was on top—and who was not—for the week ending February 1: FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1. The Book of Mormon ($1,423,750) 2. The Lion King ($1,337,983)* 3. Wicked ($1,291,035) 4. Aladdin ($1,119,398)* 5. The Elephant Man ($976,936) Source: The Broadway League *Number based on seven regular performances FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1. The Book of Mormon (101.74%) 2. The River (100.13%) 3. The Lion King (99.55%)* 4. Constellations (97.31%) 5. The Elephant Man (95.49%) UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. Honeymoon in Vegas ($369,342) 4. Chicago ($365,600)* 3. Mamma Mia! ($357,539)* 2. You Can’t Take It With You ($354,139) 1. Disgraced ($348,413) If Christmas and New Years are a Broadway box office’s best friend, a January blizzard is its greatest villain. Almost every show on the Great White Way saw a dip in attendance for the week that Snowstorm Juno hit New York. The two shows to increase in capacity over the previous week were The Lion King (which, along with a bevy of others, played only seven performances) and The River, starring Hugh Jackman. The average ticket price did drop for the latter, but the Jez Butterworth drama had no problem filling its 696-seat (plus standing room) house. The play will take its final bow at the Circle in the Square Theatre on February 8, and we expect that no amount of snow (or slush) will keep audiences from one final chance to watch Jackman cook an entire fish dinner live on stage. View Comments
2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr NCUA will focus on two key areas: vulnerabilities and preparedness.Two key areas on which NCUA will focus during cybersecurity examinations: Vulnerabilities credit unions face and how they’re protecting member data, according to “Cybersecurity Compliance,” a white paper from the CUNA Technology Council.In a January 2015 letter to credit unions, the agency noted it would take steps to ensure credit unions were prepared for a range of cyber threats after preliminary findings from a Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) report revealed “many credit unions and banks were not taking basic cybersecurity actions.”Vulnerabilities can exist in several areas, including access and connection points and technologies such as ATMs and mobile apps.In addition to identifying how attackers can gain entry into institutions to carry out attacks, examiners also look at steps credit unions have taken to prevent attacks and prepare to act once an attack has been carried out. continue reading »
Beer Tree will be present to provide drinks and the Colseville Fire Department will be cooking up hot dogs and burgers for people to enjoy. The event will have ice fishing, ice skating, games, and much more. Broome County Parks Winterfest starts at 12 p.m., with ice fishing beginning earlier, at Nathaniel Cole Park. As warmer weather approaches for the weekend, Woidt says she’s not worried about most of the activities being impacted. Meanwhile, she says her department is continuously working to make sure the event is safe with the rules and regulations it follows. She says they measure the thickness of the ice everyday to make sure it is safe for people to go fishing or ice skating. We’re not going to lose too much ice in a day like that,” said Woidt. “Maybe we will lose a little bit of the snow so sledding might be tough for people who do bring their own sleds, but other than that, everything is going to go as planned.” HARPURSVILLE (WBNG) — With temperatures rising this weekend, Broome County Parks and Recreation officials are making sure the Broome County Parks Winterfest is still a blast. Winterfest is taking place at Nathaniel Cole Park. Broome County Parks, Recreation, and Youth Services Director, Liz Woidt, says they’ve had similar events in the past, but this is the first year they will be having a big extravaganza.
When 68 Sydney St was renovated, an electric car charging station was added to the double garage.The double storey executive home is on a 607 sqm level block with 15 metre street frontage and blends old world charm with new age design.The indoor-outdoor zones have wowed visitors, according to Mr Gracie, with a gourmet kitchen, expansive stone island bench, Miele appliances and butler’s pantry, oversized entertainer’s dining room, motorised timber screens, bespoke brickwork and even an open fireplace in the outdoor living zone. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoThe five bedder has an elegant style maintaining its 1930s roots.Agent Tyson Clarke of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty Brisbane marketed it as having been “tastefully renovated”.“Its beautiful redesign has created a marvellous base for entertaining, with a smooth flow between the contemporary kitchen with butler’s pantry, meals area, wide north-facing deck and swimming pool. A pool bar and poolside pavilion offer further outdoor options to entertain family and friends.” 15 Arinya Road, Ashgrove, was second hottest on the most viewed auction list — set to go under the hammer at 1pm Saturday September 8.Also on the hot list for auction this weekend was 15 Arinya Road, Ashgrove — “a quintessential Ashgrovian Queenslander renewed with Hamptons-style influences”.The five bedroom, three bathroom, double car space house was set to go under the hammer at 1pm (Saturday September 8). 68 Sydney Street, New Farm, was the most viewed QLD property going to auction this week.A JAWDROPPING home with its own electric car charging station, a Hamptons’ style house with a yoga room and a renovator are the hottest homes going under the hammer in QLD this weekend. The home at the top of the list is so hot that over 220 groups have gone through it in four weeks, with a lot of interest from Melbourne buyers especially, according to agent Glenn Gracie of Glenn Gracie Real Estate in New Farm.The five bedroom, four bathroom, double car space house is at 68 Sydney Street in one of Brisbane’s hottest inner city suburbs, New Farm.Designed by Fouche Architects, it’s so up to date, it even has its own electric car charging station in the double garage. Some original features have been maintained in the home.They believed that the property’s “convenient position in the ever-popular inner-city suburb of Coorparoo” a few kilometres from the Brisbane CBD made it one that would see “good rental return and future capital growth”. The backyard is a dream family zone. Mixed bag of homes to go under hammer Best place to be a renter in Australia How long to save a home deposit? He said there were already two registered bidders for the auction — one interstate, one local — which takes place at noon on site (Saturday September 8).“It’s such a great family home, from the kitchen you can see the backyard, the pool, the outdoor area, it’s great for a family home.” The home has a multi-use yoga room as well.A home ready for an upgrade at 15 Wellstead Avenue, Coorparoo, was the third hottest property going to auction this weekend.The three bed, single bath, single car space property was set to go under the hammer at 10.30am (Saturday September 8). As far as home additions go, this one is downright beautiful.The home blends old and new, maintaining its polished timber floors, ornate plaster ceilings, bay windows, stained glass, Hampton-inspired staircase and a 1930s style fireplace.It also has all the modern accompaniments like its own yoga room, a drinks bar, wine cellar, considerable space to rack bicycles and sporting gear, Di Lorenzo marble tiles, Ilve and Miele appliances, mud room, media room and an ensuited guest bedroom that could be used for an au pair or older parents.The property overlooks parkland and neighbours popular Dorrington Park, according to the listing. 15 Wellstead Avenue, Coorparoo, goes to auction at 1-.30am *Saturday September 8).Agents Cliff Tarr and Sam Palmer of Ray White Coorparoo listed it as the “perfect first home renovator or investment”.It has architect-designed plans available on request with potential for the property to be converted into a four bedroom home with study with two and a half bathrooms and a double garage. Space galore in the backyard.It already has a large rear deck for entertaining, high ceiling and polished timber floors, is fully fenced and on a 405 sqm block. Follow Sophie Foster on Facebook Hottest auctions this weekend: 68 Sydney St, New Farm 15 Arinya Rd, Ashgrove 15 Wellstead Ave, Coorparoo 43 Spence St, Mt Gravatt East 51 Wade St, Wavell Heights 4 Plumosa Court, Mermaid Waters 1 Evans St, Nundah 22 Bayview Terrace, Wavells Heights 20 Portland St, Annerley 6 Turubul Crescent, Carindale (Source: Realestate.com.au most viewed property going to auction this weekend) The double storey property has amazing indoor-outdoor flow perfect for QLD.Among family friendly features were a laundry and bag drop area with a clothes chute upstairs, an intercom system, Pay TV access, and a swimming pool with outdoor shower and pool shelter.
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Do you get the feeling that the referees are trying to get even with Vontaze Burfict of the Bengals? In the last 2 weeks, I think he has had 3 personal fouls called on him even though the hits were perfectly legal according to football rules. Not only do the announcers say that, but the rules makers have said it as well.I know Burfict has had stupid plays in the past, especially when the Bengals have been playing the Pittsburgh Steelers. Burfict has been trying to clean up his image, but certain referees seem to have their own agenda whenever he is involved in a tackle. Pro football is a violent sport, and the best defensive players are encouraged to make a defensive impact whenever possible. It is hard for some players to differentiate between hard play and rule violations.
JEFFERSON, S.D. – Championship Night has arrived at Park Jefferson Speedway, as this Saturday, Aug. 19 the track will crown its six IMCA champions.In addition, drivers in the IMCA RaveSaver Sprint Car division will compete for their Road to the Iron Cup event with a draw/redraw format paying $500 to win along with $25 drawings for positions 2-5 and 6-24.Point battles have been very close all season in all divisions but no more so than in the J & J Fitting IMCA Stock Car class, which has seen a myriad of competitors hold the top spot with Greg Taylor leading by just two points.The SignMasters IMCA Mods see Bob Moore 15 points over Ricky Stephan, Todd Boulware 10 points over Rusty Montagne, and David Bates eight points over Luk Jackson.Craig Clift clings to a five point advantage over David Miller and six over Aaron Shearn in the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks while Colin Smith has assured himself the first-ever IMCA RACESaver Sprint title at Park Jefferson with a 73-point lead.Gates open Saturday at 5 p.m. with hot laps set for 6:30 p.m. Adult tickets are $12 seniors 70 and over are $5, children ages 6-16 are $2 and under six are free. The Budweiser Clubhouse will be open for an additional $12 upgrade to any ticket. For more information, go to www.parkjeff.com or call 712 202-5540.
Indianapolis, In. — Early GraduatesIf you have high school students who will be graduating early and plan to matriculate to their chosen college/university in spring 2019, please notify Barbie Martin at email@example.com because student awards must be manually created under these circumstances. For 21st Century Scholars, final, cumulative GPA and diploma type are required. If the student is an Academic Honors/Technical Honors recipient (and NOT a 21st Century Scholar), ONLY final diploma type is required for the student to potentially be eligible for the $800 performance incentive offered through the Frank O’Bannon Grant.2019-2020 FAFSAThe 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opened October 1, 2018. In order to secure state aid eligibility for the 2019-2020 academic year, students must submit the FAFSA by the state deadline of April 15, 2019. The form can be accessed by visiting fafsa.ed.gov.Seniors are encouraged to create a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) prior to beginning the FAFSA. The FSA ID serves as a legal digital signature, and both the student and at least one parent must have one. The FSA ID can be created on the Federal Student Aid website. Students may also use the new My Student Aid app to file their FAFSA. The app can be found on the Google Play and iTunes store by searching “MyStudentAid.”College Goal SundayCollege Goal Sunday is a statewide initiative that supports Hoosiers in completing the FAFSA. It is free for students and families to attend. The second College Goal Sunday event of the FAFSA season will be on February 24, 2019. To view additional information, including locations, dates and times, please visit collegegoalsunday.org.Cash for CollegeDecember officially kicked off Learn More Indiana’s Cash for College campaign. From December to March, Cash for College is here to help students and families plan for and understand the costs of college. Find Cash for College resources, such as school announcements, FAFSA resources and classroom materials for students of all ages at LearnMoreIndiana.org/classroom-materials.To help us better promote Cash for College, the Commission is seeking your help in finding current seniors and college students who have secured a large amount of scholarship funding.During the months of February and March, the Commission’s social media pages will be featuring these students, including their tips on searching for and applying to scholarships.If you have ideas of students to feature, please contact Shannon Elward at firstname.lastname@example.org with the student’s name and email address.National College FairThe American Association of Black in Higher Education is hosting a National College Fair at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown on Monday, March 25 from 3-6 p.m. It’s free for students, but they need to register at https://www.aabhe.education/conference-college-fair. Flyer and details can be found on the site as well.21st Century Scholars EnrollmentThe 21st Century Scholar application for the 2018-2019 school year is open. The program offers income-eligible Hoosier students up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana college or university after they graduate from high school, dependent upon financial need. To access the 2018-2019 enrollment flyer and worksheet, please use the following links below.21st Century Scholar Enrollment Flyer English21st Century Scholar Enrollment Flyer Spanish21st Century Scholar Enrollment Flyer Chin21st Century Scholar Enrollment Flyer Burmese21st Century Scholar Enrollment Worksheet English21st Century Scholar Enrollment Worksheet SpanishNext Level Jobs Workforce Ready GrantThe Next Level Jobs Workforce Ready Grant provides free job training for Hoosiers in high-demand sectors from Ivy Tech Community College or Vincennes University. Sectors include: Advanced Manufacturing, Building & Construction, Health & Life Science, IT & Business Services and Transportation & Logistics.The Indiana General Assembly created Next Level Jobs for working-age Hoosiers in 2017, and expanded the program in 2018 to include all high school graduates. This is a great opportunity for all students, especially those who may not qualify for other forms of financial aid.Next Level Jobs provides free job training for Hoosiers who:1) Are an Indiana resident AND a U.S. citizen (or eligible non-citizen)2) Have a high school diploma (or equivalent) but less than a college degree3) Enroll in a qualifying certificate program in a high-demand job sectorFor more information, please CLICK HERE.Education Workforce Innovation Network (EWIN) GrantsEWIN has recently announced the release of an RFP for Round 4 of Education-Workforce Partnership Planning Grants. The purpose of this opportunity is for communities and schools across the state to develop career pathways that lead to high-wage, high-demand careers for students and a more skilled workforce for local employers. Grant applications are due by January 25, 2019. For more information, please CLICK HERE.Questions?Call us at 888-528-4719, email us at Scholars@che.IN.gov or contact your Regional Outreach Coordinator if you have any questions.
Madison, IN—All Star Paving will start Milling and Paving starting next week in Madison. All work is weather permitting.If the paving crew will be in your area, officials say crews will provide a 24-hour notice. Work will start with the following the streets in no particular order: West end of Crozier Avenue Scott Court Highland Drive (between Taylor St. and Wood St.) Ross Street (between Mouser St. to Cherry Dr.)Elmhurst Apache Drive Cross Avenue BantaCedarwoodCragmont Street Demaree Drive Sunrise DriveAutumnwood