Related Shows View Comments Christian Borle, Anthony Rosenthal & Stephanie J. Block in ‘Falsettos'(Photo: Joan Marcus) Brace yourselves for four Jews on a screen bitching. The Broadway revival of William Finn and James Lapine’s Falsettos will air on PBS for an upcoming Live from Lincoln Center special. An air date for the broadcast is still to be announced.The production, directed by Lapine, stars Tony winner Christian Borle, Stephanie J. Block, Andrew Rannells, Brandon Uranowitz, Anthony Rosenthal, Tracie Thoms and Betsy Wolfe. The Lincoln Center Theater staging (produced in association with Jujamcyn’s Jordan Roth) is scheduled to play the final performance of its limited engagement at the Walter Kerr Theatre on January 8.Falsettos follows Marvin (Borle) who struggles to create a “tight-knit family” from his array of relationships, including his ex-wife Trina (Block), his new boyfriend Whizzer (Rannells), his soon-to-be bar mitzvahed son Jason (Rosenthal), his psychiatrist Mendel (Uranowitz) and “the lesbians next door” (Thoms and Wolfe). Amidst a series of complcated changes, the group is forced to reckon with their own views on love and responsibility.Due to filming on January 3 and January 4 evening, the January 4 matinee has been canceled. Broadway.com customers with tickets to this performance will be contacted with information on refunds or exchanges. Falsettos Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 8, 2017
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Ahh, it’s that time of year when prediction stories are in abundance and we here at CUbroadcast would be remiss if we didn’t publish our share. So to help us fill this bill, Mitek’s VP of Product Sarah Clark joined us to provide four mobile predictions for 2016.Here are the four predictions we discussed in detail and what they mean for credit unions and their members this year:Mobile wins the account opening raceBiometrics become the normSmart phones get smarter than people when it comes to fraudReal applicants get the respect they deserve in the mobile channelLet us know your take on these predictions and feel free to provide a few of your own, as well. Enjoy! continue reading »
Interest rates have hovered near historic lows for a decade, making it more efficient, and more member friendly, for credit unions to deploy capital in other ways. In the past five years, the percentage of investments to total industry assets has declined from 26.8% to 17.5%. The percentage of loans to total assets, on the other hand, has increased more than 10 percentage points in the same timeframe. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Nassau County police have identified the teenager and 26-year-old man who were both killed when their vehicles collided in Hicksville last week.Kashyan Patel, 17, of Hicksville, was driving an Acura westbound on Old Country Road when he collided with a Volkswagon driven by Nicholas Zarzana of Mount Sinai, who was making a left turn out of Antun’s Catering at 11:37 p.m. Monday, Dec. 22, police said.The collision caused the Volkswagon to strike a Toyota Prius driven by a 55-year-old man. Zarzana was ejected from his vehicle into the roadway, where he was struck by a fourth vehicle that was heading eastbound at the time, police said.Zarzana was pronounced dead at the scene, as was Patel, whose vehicle skidded across the road and struck a tree, police said.Two passengers in the Volkswagon were taken to a local hospital, where they were treated for their injuries..Homicide Squad detectives are continuing the investigation.
France on Monday said it was halting ratification of an extradition treaty with Hong Kong after Beijing introduced a controversial new security law in the former British colony.”In light of the latest developments, France will not proceed as it stands with the ratification of the extradition agreement signed on May 4, 2017 between France and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,” the French foreign ministry said in a statement.The ministry bitterly criticized the new security law, saying it called into question the principle of “‘one country, two systems’… and the fundamental freedoms that result from it.” Topics : “This law also directly affects our citizens and our businesses,” it added.The introduction of the security law has raised new tensions between China and the West, compounding existing strains over the treatment of the Uighur minority and the behavior of telecoms giant Huawei.Britain last month suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong “immediately and indefinitely” in response to the new law while Germany suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong over the decision to push back local elections by a year.
Comment Advertisement Aubameyang, meanwhile, has also revealed that Mikel Arteta played a key part in convincing him to remain at Arsenal.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘I also had a chat with Mikel, that I think he gave me something very clear about the idea of the future of the club and about me,’ said the striker.‘He was straight and honest and that’s what I like because we are always honest. He said: ‘Okay, you can maybe leave. I don’t know what your mind is [thinking] right now, but you can leave and go for trophies at other clubs or you can stay here and have a legacy’. This, for me, was the key word. Advertisement ððð» “Â¡SANTIIIII!” La alegrÃa de AUBAMEYANG cuando @19SCazorla le comenta un directo de INSTAGRAM. pic.twitter.com/lw8rNFr9ih— ChiringuitoChampions (@chirichampions) September 16, 2020 Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 16 Sep 2020 4:14 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link30.6kShares Santi Cazorla congratulates Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over new Arsenal contract Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says Mikel Arteta played a key role in convincing him to stay at Arsenal (Getty)‘We had a chat when we were in lockdown, he called me. Normally we have to speak about a game. I had to do a summary. You have to explain how the game works.‘He called me and said: ‘Forget about it’. I had prepared maybe two pages and he said: ‘Yeah, forget about it. Let’s talk about real things’.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 said: ‘I want to be honest with you, how do you feel?’ I was like, I have to say the truth: ‘I feel very good’, it was maybe two or three months that he was here. [In] training, you can feel the passion. You can feel everything from this guy. He is so good and he’s the kind of guy who you can trust in him.‘That’s why I said to him: ‘I feel very good. What you said to me about legacy and stuff, I really think about it. I think it’s the right way and the true way to go’.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Santi Cazorla sent a message of congratulations to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Getty Images)Santi Cazorla has sent a message of congratulations to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after the striker signed his new contract with Arsenal.The 31-year-old has finally ended speculation over his future with the Gunners this week by committing to a new three-year deal worth £250,000 a week.After confirming his new contract, Aubameyang hosted a live video on Instagram to interact with Arsenal’s supporters.And during the video Cazorla, who spent six years at Arsenal, sent his message of support to the striker.ADVERTISEMENTThe former Arsenal midfielder wrote: ‘Well done bro’ along with three flexed bicep emojis.And after spotting the message, Aubameyang replied: ‘Santi! Muchas gracias, hermano. Thank you my bro.’
25 Minnie St, Southport.There is currently two houses on the block.“You could build now or later since holding costs are minimised with the having dwellings which also offers an excellent return,” Ms St Bruno said. “Right now it offers the perfect duel living scenario.”The block is on the market for $1 million and is a stroll to Ferry Road Markets and the light rail. 25 Minnie St, Southport.IT’S a mini house on a mega block at Minnie St. But don’t be fooled by its name or size — this property comes with huge possibilities. The 1950s house at 25 Minnie St is built on a gold mine or as Donya St Bruno from PRD Nationwide Ashmore describes a ‘prime development site’. 25 Minnie St, Southport.Spanning 1,012sq m and located close to the Southport CBD the sky is the limit for this “hot property”. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoMs St Bruno said the land was zoned for developments up to 23m. “It has massive potential with such a central location and the best part, it comes with RD5 zoning,” she said.Ms St Bruno said there were plenty of development opportunities.“There is potential for a four-level building with 20 units or better yet a set of modern townhouses,” she said. 25 Minnie St, Southport.
NEST, the UK’s workplace pension fund, has committed £200m (€236.9m) to BlackRock’s Institutional Cash Series (ICS) Sterling Liquid Environmentally Aware Fund (LEAF).The amount will fluctuate depending on asset allocation and investment strategy, as that is the precise nature of the fund, to give liquidity, BlackRock said.The move comes as NEST – one of the UK’s top five defined contribution (DC) pension schemes – is forecast to grow its assets under management to £20bn by 2022. The investment follows NEST’s announcement in June 2019 that it would be banning tobacco from the entirety of its portfolios and, where possible, begin to transition assets into sustainable strategies. The master trust said the decision to exclude tobacco holdings from its portfolios was based on the expected future performance of the tobacco industry.Simultaneously, BlackRock was working to launch the LEAF series, which screens out tobacco and follows sustainability-focused investment criteria.Additionally, BlackRock said the demand for sustainable cash is rapidly growing with interest from a diverse client set, including corporates, private banks, wealth managers, universities, charities and pension schemes.The manager launched its LEAF series in July 2019 to meet growing demand for sustainable cash solutions in sterling, euro and US dollar.They are the first range of money market funds of its kind, launched with the thematic purpose of tilting investments towards environmental factors, as well as social and governance considerations, while maintaining the core objectives of liquidity funds, BlackRock said.Mark Fawcett, NEST’s chief investment officer, said: “Assessing ESG factors when investing sheds light on how adaptable a company or industry is and how sustainable it will be in the years to come.“We believe it helps achieve stronger long-term, risk-adjusted returns,” he said, adding that “it is important that fund managers step up and show their commitment to responsible investment”.Alex Cave, head of UK institutional DC at BlackRock, said that there has been an increasing number of DC clients focused on the impact of sustainability on their portfolios.Last month BlackRock published an open letter to its clients highlighting that it planned to expand its sustainable product offering, in addition to making sustainability integral to portfolio construction and risk management.
Top end buyers splash the cash on main river The games lounge is well set up for kids and adults alike.Come school holidays it’s game on inside the basement of the four-level residence where the games lounge is kitted out with pin ball machines, a darts board and billiards table. But the all-time family favourite is a five-hole putt putt golf course with a spectacular outlook over the Broadwater to Brown Island. The Sovereign Islands mansion boasts spectacular views over the Broadwater.OF all the luxury features inside their grand Sovereign Islands mansion, there’s one in particular the Jordan family will miss the most.Bill and Muriel Jordan have put their family home of seven years on the market — much to the upset of their grandchildren. The four-level residence is on the market for offers over $5 million.The home, which is listed for offers over $5 million, has hosted many special occasions for the retired couple who plan to downsize.“The grandkids keep saying, ‘But Nanny, why are you selling? We love this house!’” Mrs Jordan said.“Sovereign Islands is lovely. We would love to stay in the area.” RELATED: Peace and privacy on floating island palace More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoThe basement games lounge.A builder by trade, Mr Jordan brought his piece of paradise to life on the exclusive island estate, with features including an internal lift, Hollywood-style cinema, pool, 8-car basement and five spacious bedrooms. The putting green is wisely positioned alongside the Broadwater.Mr Williams, who is on The Sovereign Islands Gateway board of directors, is an avid golfer but it’s the grandkids who get serious on the green.“Bill loves his golf but our grandson adores the putt putt course,” Mrs Jordan said. “He always says he’s going to flog us but more balls end up in the water than on the green.” Southern buyers bypass closed border
The Hill 6 June 2019Family First Comment: “The marijuana of even 10 years ago was less than 5 percent THC [tetrahydrocannabinol], which is the product that causes you to get high, which can cause addiction, which can cause problems. The new strains that are professionally grown are 10, 15, 20 percent THC, and then when you vape them or dab them through these new devices, folks are getting 50, 60, 70 percent THC delivered. I like to have a glass of wine every once in a while. But that doesn’t mean I endorse a pint of grain alcohol.” #voteNOThe U.S. surgeon general warned in an interview that aired Wednesday on “Rising” that new strains of marijuana are more dangerous than those developed a decade ago.“The marijuana of even 10 years ago was less than 5 percent THC [tetrahydrocannabinol], which is the product that causes you to get high, which can cause addiction, which can cause problems,” Dr. Jerome Adams told Hill.TV’s Saagar Enjeti.“The new strains that are professionally grown are 10, 15, 20 percent THC, and then when you vape them or dab them through these new devices, folks are getting 50, 60, 70 percent THC delivered,” he said.“I like to have a glass of wine every once in a while,” he added. “But that doesn’t mean I endorse a pint of grain alcohol.”Adams’s comments come as the push for legalizing marijuana has become more popular in recent years.READ MORE: https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/447080-surgeon-general-warns-marijuana-could-be-more-dangerous-than-it-was-a-decadeKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.