The current cast includes Tom Bateman as Will Shakespeare, Lucy Briggs-Owen as Viola De Lesseps, Ian Bartholomew as Tilney, Tony Bell as Ralph, Anna Carteret as Queen Elizabeth, Paul Chahidi as Henslowe, David Ganley as Burbage, Richard Howard as Sir Robert De Lesseps, Harry Jardine as Sam, Abigail McKern as Nurse, David Oakes as Marlowe, Patrick Osborne as Mr. Wabash, Alistair Petrie as Wessex, Doug Rao as Ned Alleyn, Ferdy Roberts as Fennyman and Colin Ryan as John Webster. The acclaimed West End production of Shakespeare in Love, which is rumored to be Broadway-bound in the near future, has extended its run at London’s Noel Coward Theatre through January 10, 2015. Adapted from the hit 1998 film by Tony winner Lee Hall and directed by Olivier winner Declan Donnellan, the play officially opened on July 23. Set in London during the late 16th century, Shakespeare in Love centers on young playwright William Shakespeare, who is struggling with his latest work Romeo and Ethel the Pirate’s Daughter. A great fan of Shakespeare’s plays is young, wealthy Viola who is about to be married to the cold-hearted Lord Wessex, but constantly dreams of becoming an actress. Women were not allowed to act on stage at that time, but, dressed up as a boy, Viola successfully auditions for the part of Romeo. Soon she and William are caught in a forbidden romance that provides rich inspiration for his play. View Comments The movie, penned by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard and directed by John Madden, won seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Original Score, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress for Gwyneth Paltrow and Best Supporting Actress for Judi Dench. Shakespeare in Love also starred Joseph Fiennes, Geoffrey Rush and Tom Wilkinson.
View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on May 21, 2017 Amelie Tickets are now on sale for the musical adaptation of Amélie, starring Hamilton Tony nominee Phillipa Soo. The production will begin performances at the Walter Kerr Theatre on March 9, 2017. Opening night is set for April 3.Before the New York run, the musical is scheduled to play a limited pre-Broadway engagement December 4 through January 16, 2017 at Los Angeles’s Ahmanson Theatre. Joining Soo in both L.A. and New York will be Adam Chanler-Berat as Nino; additional cast for the Broadway run will be announced at a later date.Directed by Pam MacKinnon and based on the 2001 French film, Amélie features music by Daniel Messé, lyrics by Nathan Tysen and Messé, along with a book by Craig Lucas. The musical follows the journey of the inquisitive and shy Amélie (Soo) who turns the streets of Montmartre into a world of her own imagining, while secretly orchestrating moments of joy for those around her. After discovering a mysterious photo album and meeting a handsome stranger, Amélie realizes that helping others is easier than participating in a romantic story of her own.Samantha Barks previously led the world premiere of Amélie at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre opposite Chanler-Berat last year.The Walter Kerr’s current tenant Falsettos will end its limited engagement on January 8, 2017. Related Shows Phillipa Soo as Amélie(Photo courtesy of Polk & Co.)
The team, which includes Steven Stice and Franklin West in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Claudio Afonso at the Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service, used a technology platform called shRNA — single strands of RNA that fold back on themselves — to selectively stop the production of nucleic acids that cause disease, such as the Newcastle disease virus. “We’ve taken many years to prove that this technology is viable,” he continued, “and we’re now ready to expand our work to the next stage.” The research team’s tooling process for enhancing disease resistance, published recently in the Journal of the International Alliance for Biological Standardization, is potentially a much better way of disease protection than vaccination because it introduces permanent genetic resistance, which is transmittable to a bird’s offspring, the researchers said. In contrast, many vaccines provide protection for a given period of time and must be re-administered periodically. Shipping disease-resistant chickens produced here in the U.S. could be the best possible solution for many countries, Stice said. “Ultimately, you could have birds that are both avian influenza resistant and Newcastle disease virus resistant,” said West, an assistant professor in the animal and dairy science department. “Theoretically, you may never have to vaccinate again.” “With this technology, we can target specific regions used by the Newcastle disease virus that are critical for its survival,” said Stice, a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar and director of the Regenerative Bioscience Center. “Preventing these lethal viruses from replicating in individual chickens may in the end reduce the overall level of virus transmission from one chicken to the next.” Organized distribution of vaccine products can also present problems, especially in countries where farmers may not have a refrigerator or other means to store the vaccines at the temperature needed to keep the vaccine alive. This is particularly true in rural areas where backyard flocks may be a farmer’s main source of income. Newcastle disease is a worldwide problem and is caused by one of the most deadly of all viruses that spreads between birds. Exotic Newcastle virus, the most devastating form of the virus, has been eradicated in the U.S. and Canada. The milder forms of Newcastle are kept under control using vaccines. Multiple types of animals and diseases could be targeted. This technology could also be applied to avian influenza and swine flu. The study, “Delayed Newcastle disease virus replication using RNA interference to target the nucleoprotein,” is available at sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1045105615000275. The Regenerative Bioscience Center at the University of Georgia links researchers and resources, collaborating in a wide range of disciplines to develop new cures for the devastating diseases. With its potential restorative powers, regenerative medicine could offer new ways of treating diseases for which there are currently no treatments—including heart disease, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and stroke. The RBC is geared toward identifying regenerative solutions for numerous medical conditions that affect both animals and people. For more information, see www.rbc.uga.edu. Poultry disease is an international issue, especially when there is an outbreak close to home. However, it’s a particularly costly problem in developing countries. Developing animals to be resistant to disease may be one of the long-term solutions. University of Georgia researchers in the Regenerative Bioscience Center have spent the last four years gathering data that could make the process a reality.
As an integral part of his economic development program, Gov. Peter Shumlin said today that he plans to present special awards to Vermont businesses that have an effective Workplace Safety program.A commitment to workplace safety not only protects employees, but allows the business community to reap the benefits of reduced costs. Typically companies that maintain a safe workplace experience lower costs for workers’ compensation and medical issues, increased productivity and employee morale, and the ability to market their business more successfully in the global market.‘Vermont businesses that provide safe workplaces for their employees should be recognized for their successful safety policies,’ said Gov. Shumlin.The Governor’s Award for Outstanding Workplace Safety is sponsored by the Vermont Department of Labor, the Vermont Safety & Health Council and the Vermont Small Business Development Center. The awards will be presented at the annual Workplace Safety Conference on May 12 at the Double Tree Inn, South Burlington. Applications can be found on the Vermont Department of Labor website and will be distributed by the department to Vermont businesses.2010 Recipients of the Governor’s Award for Outstanding Workplace Safety:(1) Large Companies: IBM, Essex Junction; Northwestern Counseling & Support Services, St. Albans; Vermont Electric Power Company, Rutland; and Columbia Forest Products, Newport.(2) Small Companies: Addison County Transit Resources, Middlebury; Chaput Family Farm, North Troy; and(3) Special Recognition: Ryegate Associates, East Ryegate; and Long Trail Brewing, Bridgewater Corners.FYI: Award Criteria: More than a dozen applications for this respected award have been received in each of the past two years. This is a self-nomination competition based on key safe workplace factors. (MOD rate of .90 or less, no workplace fatalities or catastrophic injuries for the past 3 years, an active workplace safety committee involving management and employees, and a written workplace safety policy).Source: Governor’s office. 2.8.2011
“When the jobs do open, if you’re having a hard time when jobs do open, you have that person to call on and say, ‘Hey, remember me?'” said Lorenzetti. Despite being difficult, seniors are being encouraged to keep applying, especially within thriving fields. For those interested in other industries, Lorenzetti suggests looking for jobs that could be used as a stepping stone. “I concentrated in medical devices and the medical device industry is booming because respirators and ventilators and all those things are medical devices,” said Tacopina. If things aren’t working out, seniors can fill this time with volunteering or taking online classes. So while the job market may not be ideal right now, many seniors are staying positive. “I was struggling. I was looking on LinkedIn and Glassdoor trying to find jobs. A lot of them would post a job and two days later take it down because they were on a hiring freeze,” said Tacopina. “They may have to cast a wider net and really think about looking and researching what fields are growing,” said Binghamton University Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development director Denise Lorenzetti. “Some of the industries are actually thriving. You look at things like healthcare, technology, remote jobs from home, biotechnology, supply chain management.” The Fleishman Center is still offering its services, but virtually. Binghamton University student Nicole Tacopina is a senior graduating with a biomedical engineering degree who has been actively looking for jobs. But with the coronavirus being a major disruption to the economy, the job search could be tough. This time could also be used to build a network. VESTAL (WBNG) — Many college seniors are getting ready to enter the workforce. For more information, click here. “Especially your first job in general, it’s about building skills. There are jobs, there are internships out there, they just may have to be a little more creative,” said Lorenzetti. “The whole experience has been a roller coaster I would say but it’s been good and I’m hopeful that I’ll find something,” said Tacopina. “Showing people this was a hard time, but I was resilient, I was adaptable by doing these other things,” said Lorenzetti.
At the beginning of February, as part of the Eco Domus certification project for eco-accommodation, which was launched last year by the Istria County Administrative Department for Tourism, the first 11 certificates were awarded, ie tables and promotional materials for eco-friendly accommodation.13 landlords applied for the first public call and were provided with free advisory services on the adaptation of their facility to obtain the eco-label, and after the evaluation of all received applications, 11 facilities were selected that met the criteria, which are: Villa Baldaši from Baldaši (Vižinada), Villa Milica from Šajini (Barban), Villa Ladonja from Manjadvorci (Barban), Apartment Margerita from Bezjaki (St. Peter in the Forest), House Una from Kranjčići (Svetvinčenat), Villa Dubravka from Pinezići (Tinjan) ), Agrotourism Ograde from Katun Lindarski (Pazin), Villa Marten from Brajkovići (Kanfanar), Apartment Oliveto from Medulin, Villa Dolce Vita from Motovun and Villa Gašparini from Cerion (Višnjan).As the project proved to be more than successful and aroused great interest of the hosts in family accommodation, the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County announced the second Public call for inclusion in the Eco Domus Eco-friendly accommodation certification program. By the way, one of the general goals of the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County is the sustainable development of tourism in Istria, and the development of Istria as a quality tourist destination. Following these goals, which are based on the Master Plan for the Development of Istria Tourism from 2015 to 2025, the Eco Domus program was launched, which aims to encourage diversification and increase the quality of accommodation through harmonization with the principles of sustainable development and sustainable tourism. “It is a continuation of activities related to the diversification of private accommodation in the County of Istria, which we started with the Istra Bike & Bed project, and continues with the Eco Domus program, which encourages private renters to adapt and offer their facilities and services in a responsible and sustainable way. points out Nada Prodan Mraković, head of the Administrative Department for Tourism.Villa Baldaši from Baldaši (Vižinada), Villa Milica from Šajini (Barban), Villa Ladonja from Manjadvorci (Barban), Apartment Margerita from Bezjaki (St. Peter in the Forest), House Una from Kranjčići (Svetvinčenat), Villa Dubravka from Pinezići (Tinjan) ), Agrotourism Ograde from Katun Lindarski (Pazin), Villa Marten from Brajkovići (Kanfanar), Apartment Oliveto from Medulin, Villa Dolce Vita from Motovun and Villa Gašparini from Cerion (Višnjan).The Eco Domus program is aimed at small tourist accommodation facilities, and its goal is to encourage private renters to diversify and raise the quality of accommodation through compliance with the principles of sustainable development and sustainable tourism., which are categorized as holiday homes or as apartments (only if the whole facility in which they are located is managed by the same person) with a total capacity of a maximum of 30 beds.Also, when choosing facilities, preference will be given to renters from those areas where systematic selective waste collection and disposal is already carried out, who are registered for year-round operations and have been engaged in renting for at least 2 years. ‘Sustainable tourism development is very important because it meets the needs of tourists and the domicile population. It seeks to achieve resource management in such a way that economic, social and environmental needs are met by maintaining cultural integrity, basic ecological processes, biodiversity, and the systems on which life rests.”Concludes Prodan Mraković.As part of the Eco Domus project, through entry criteria and obtaining certificates, local values are evaluated through informing guests about local cultural and historical heritage, informing guests about local natural values, facilities and events, landscaping with indigenous plant species, promotion of traditional products and souvenirs, informing guests about opportunities to learn and / or participate in traditional customs, promotion of local cuisine and typical food products, etc.The basic characteristics of Eco Domus accommodation are: Social and environmental responsibility, comprehensive protection of the environment and health, use of eco-certified detergents, use of eco-certified toiletries, use of natural materials, water and energy saving and waste sorting and recycling.The public call is open until the maximum is collected 20 eligible applicants, and concluding until 31.10. 2018, and if the anticipated number of eligible applicants is collected before the expiration of the specified deadline, the public call will be closed earlier.Attachment: Public call for inclusion in the Eco Domus Eco-friendly accommodation certification programMore information on the conditions and criteria of the Eco Domus certificate can be found in the attachment below:Criteria for inclusion in the projectPublic call for involvement in the projectApplication formInformation leaflet about the EcoDomus project
Thomas Partey has a €50 million release clause in his contract with Atletico Madrid (Getty Images)Atletico have already offered Partey a new contract which would double his current £65,000-a-week deal and increase his release clause to over €100m (£87.2m).In April, Partey’s father claimed that Arsenal had already made an approach to sign the midfielder.Meanwhile, Partey’s Atletico Madrid teammate, Kieran Trippier, has praised the midfielder’s talent.‘I’d seen him play for Atletico but I didn’t realise how good he is,’ said the former Tottenham defender.‘It’s unbelievable, his physicality, how he breaks up play. Technically, he’s got everything. More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘He ranks as one of the best midfielders I’ve played with but Mousa is Mousa, he’s on a different planet. Even in training he’s just in cruise control. ‘Ask anybody who has played with him and they’ll say Mousa Dembele. That’s how good he was. It was frightening. ‘But Thomas is still very young and everybody loves him out here.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Thomas Partey keen on Arsenal transfer as Gunners step up interest Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 1 Jul 2020 10:12 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.5kShares Comment Advertisement Thomas Partey is reportedly keen to join Arsenal this summer (Getty Images)Thomas Partey is keen on a move to Arsenal as the Gunners have stepped up their push to sign the midfielder from Atletico Madrid, according to reports.Mikel Arteta is keen to strengthen his midfield options in the summer transfer window and Partey is one of his top targets.However, the Gunners are likely to have a restricted budget for the upcoming window as their finances have taken a hit following the coronavirus pandemic, while the club are also on course to miss out on another season in the Champions League.According to The Athletic, Arsenal have ‘intensified’ their interest in Partey ahead of the summer window.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBut the Gunners are not willing to meet the midfielder’s €50 million (£43m) release clause.Arsenal, however, will be boosted by the fact that Partey is keen on the idea of joining Arteta’s side this summer. Advertisement
NZ Herald 16 February 2017Family First Comment: Study author Dr Lisa Underwood said that while maternal ante-natal and post-natal depression were recognised and known to be associated with poor outcomes for women and children, there had been little done to identify peri-natal depression symptoms in men.Pre- and post-natal depression has been studied exhaustively in mothers but a new study of 3500 Kiwi men has revealed how dads are also affected by the baby blues.Using participants from the longtitudinal Growing Up In New Zealand study, University of Auckland researchers discovered that 2.3 per cent of fathers experienced depression during their partners’ pregnancy and the figure climbed to 4.3 per cent nine months after their child was born.Fathers most at risk of depression symptoms either felt stressed or were in poor health, although post-natal depression was also influenced by relationship factors.Although paternal depression could not induce harm to the fetus, it could still affect the psychosocial and cognitive development of their children.The researchers behind the study, published todayThursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry, now hope to increase awareness among fathers about the risk of increased depression.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11801286
Loading… Barcelona forward, Luis Suarez, has revealed that playing without fans is not good enough for football’. Suarez is in line to return from a long injury lay-off when La Liga resumes next week behind closed doors in the heat of the Spanish summer after a three-month coronavirus shutdown. “We are not used to playing in so much heat in the middle of summer. We are adapting to playing without a crowd which will be peculiar,” he said. “We will continue to focus on winning games to win the league title, which is what we all want.” read also:Suarez tells Barca fans: I’ll be ready to play “As time goes on, everything is getting back to normal, despite the death of so many people,” he added. Defending champions Barca hold a two-point lead over Real Madrid at the top with 11 rounds of matches still to be played. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Suarez, 33, was sidelined for four months in January after undergoing surgery on his right knee but could make his comeback on June 13 when leaders Barcelona travel to Mallorca, for their first game since early March. “I feel very good, adapting to training with my team-mates. Returning after an injury is always difficult because you are a little scared but I’m enjoying being back,” Suarez told the club’s website. La Liga is set to restart with the Seville derby on June 11 and to be completed on July 19, yet the expectation is players will be subjected to safety protocol for several months and stadiums will not be full again until next year.Advertisement Promoted ContentA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThis Is The First Meme Ever, According To The InternetWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterFrom Enemies To Friends: 10 TV Characters Who Became Close
The New York Police Department has made the decision to fire the officer who is accused of fatally putting Eric Garner in a chokehold in 2014, while attempting to arrest him.Police Commissioner James O’Neill announced the firing Officer Daniel Pantaleo Monday, based on a recent recommendation of a department disciplinary judge.According to the report, officers were called to the scene in 2014 because Garner was suspected of illegally selling loose cigarettes.When Pantaleo arrived at the scene, he attempted to arrest Garner who was much bigger than him. Pantaleo reportedly used two approved restraint tactics on Garner before placing him in the chokehold which is banned by the NYPD. During that time, Garner could be heard crying out, “I can’t breathe.”Garner reportedly cried out at least 11 times before he fell unconscious.The medical examiner’s office later reported that the chokehold contributed to Garner’s death.Federal prosecutors decided not to charge Pantaleo in Garner’s death despite nationwide protest, but he was placed on suspension while awaiting the commissioner’s decision on whether he would continue with the police department or not.“It is clear that Daniel Pantaleo can no longer serve as a New York City police officer,” Commissioner O’Neill said during a press conference Monday.