NeNe Leakes went into a total ‘80s time warp on April 10! The Real Housewives of Atlanta star took a trip to Broadway to catch the headbanging jukebox hit Rock of Ages—and obviously, she had “nothin’ but a good time” while rocking out with the stars. After the show, she went backstage to meet the cast and get a behind-the-scenes tour! Check out this Hot Shot of Leakes chilling with the Rock of Ages crew (in some very cool shoes), then see the totally awesome face-melting musical on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre. Rock of Ages View Comments Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 18, 2015
Nina Lannan, Charlotte St. Martin, Julie Menin, Daisy Eagan, Alex Brightman, Rashidra Scott, Leslie Kritzer, Laura Penn & Anthony DePaulo(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Every year, the go-getters who have dedicated their time and creativity to making the Great White Way the best it can be for 25, 35 or even 50-plus years are toasted at Broadway Salutes. The eighth annual celebration took place on September 20 in Shubert Alley. Broadway.com was on the scene to grab a shot of past Broadway League Chair and Event Co-Chair Nina Lannan, Broadway League President Charlotte St. Martin, NYC Mayor’s Office Commissioner of Media and Entertainment Julie Menin, Tony winner Daisy Eagan, School of Rock frontman and Tony nominee Alex Brightman, Broadway alum Rashidra Scott, Something Rotten!’s Leslie Kritzer, Stage Directors & Choreographers’ Society Executive Director and Event Co-Chair Laura Penn and Anthony DePaulo, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees’ Vice President, Coalition of Broadway Unions & Guilds’ Chair and Event Co-Chair. Brightman hosted the event, which included performances from Kritzer, Scott and Eagan. Additional honorees included Guy M. Caso, Catherine Jayne and Tatiana Koulombis and Scott Mallalieu. Broadway director Marc Bruni (pictured below) helmed the successful program. Here’s to all those who put the razzle dazzle in the Great White Way! View Comments
On July 14, the representative of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Colombia, Todd Howland, condemned the harassment of inhabitants of the conflict-ridden department of Cauca (in southwestern Colombia) by the FARC, a communist guerrilla group. “I energetically condemn these attacks that affect civilians,” Howland said in a statement in which he reported on a visit he made Friday to the municipality of Miranda, where clashes between Government forces and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) have taken place. “Although neither my team nor I were wounded, we were witnesses of what is happening to people in this region of the country, and it’s really difficult and very sad to see what these Colombians are suffering,” the representative lamented. Accompanied by other OHCHR delegates, Howland met with organizations of indigenous people and rural workers, as well as with civilian and military authorities, in order to evaluate the human-rights situation in this conflict-ridden area. “During almost the entire mission, I heard shots and explosions. I left the area by a different route from the one by which I entered. I know that the coordinator of the Miranda indigenous guard, Camilo Tarquinas, who accompanied us in several of these places, was wounded in the left leg upon leaving the area,” Howland lamented. Over the last week, in the course of combat in other Cauca municipalities, such as Toribio, Argelia, and Caloto, more than a dozen inhabitants have been wounded, while residences and communications infrastructure have been damaged, and dozens of communities of indigenous people and rural workers have been displaced. At the same time, in the municipality of Jambaló, a Colombian Air Force plane – a Super Tucano manufactured in Brazil – suffered an accident in which its two pilots died. While the guerrilla group claims to have shot down the aircraft, which was conducting operations in the mountainous area, President Juan Manuel Santos and the authorities have dismissed this account. The FARC is Colombia’s leading guerrilla group and has around 9,200 fighters, according to official figures. By Dialogo July 17, 2012
“All members will endure the process, according to the arranged schedule (…) This is the first step taken to evaluate the Police’s high command of operation,” Eduardo Villanueva, head of the Police Career Investigation and Evaluation Office (DIECP), said on May 6, when the process started. About 50 senior officers of the Honduran Police, including director Juan Carlos “el Tigre” Bonilla, will undergo counter drug and polygraph tests on May 6, during an institutional purging campaign, caused by alleged organized crime infiltration, official sources stated. During the so-called “confidence tests,” the police officers are tested by a polygraph or a lie detector regarding drug consumption, as well as their psychological status. Getting a polygraph test is the quickest and the easiest way to detect deception. It has been used as a pre-employment measure and as in the above case should be used during the entire course of service to continuously test and evaluate the employees for false means of income and drug-testing. Many companies like Lie Detector Test UK https://www.liedetectors-uk.com/ are providing specialized services like these in their test packages. Honduras is facing an alarming crime rate, ranking first worldwide with 85.5 per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the Violence Observatory at the National University, nearly ten times the global average. Furthermore, the test also verifies the police officers’ assets to determine if they correspond to their incomes; it also verifies whether any property has been transferred to family members. By Dialogo May 08, 2013 “After concluding this stage, we will continue with 50 more, which involves subordinates and immediate collaborators, so that we can assure society that we have a transparent police force that is doing its job,” DIECP’s chief added.
Sweet Potato PuffsBrand: SpudsyRsp: £3.49A new US import, these baked snacks will be available from online retailer Tropicana Health and Fitness in Bangin’ BBQ, Crunchy Cinnamon and Cheese Cheddar flavours from late November. Made with sweet potato flour, pea protein and rice flour, the snacks are vegan and free of gluten and GMO. Sweet Potato Katsu CurryBrand: Sainsbury’sRsp: £3Launched on the back of the Wagamama trend, this vegan option hit Sainsbury’s chillers in June. It includes breaded sweet potato slices, sticky rice and a spiced coconut sauce. Sweet Potato & Smoked Paprika ClustersBrand: SuperfoodioRsp: £2.49Instead of using refined sugars and syrups, these vegan clusters use sweet potato as a sweetener. Available from Whole Foods Market, Planet Organic and Ocado, they come in portable snack packs and include a combination of cashews, walnuts and seeds tied together with a sweet potato and smoked paprika flavour. Sweet Potato Super Seed Loaf Brand: VegbredRsp: £7.50Made with fresh sweet potato and plant-based flours, this loaf is naturally low-carb and gluten-free. It’s high in protein, vegan and available from Whole Foods Market and Planet Organic. Sweet Potato & Cashew Goodness BarBrand: The Food Doctor Rsp: 95pThis bar from The Food Doctor is packed with half of the daily recommended intake of fibre to support healthy digestion. Made with a combination of dried sweet potato, sunflower seeds, oats, cashew nuts and pea protein crispies, it was listed in Tesco and Ocado in October. Sweet Potato SticksBrand: Emily Crisps Rsp: £1/35g, £2.50/100gAvailable in Sea Salt, Chilli & Lime and Salt & Pepper flavours, these sweet potato snacks landed in Tesco this summer. “An original take on the humble crisp”, says Emily Crisps, they’re vegan-friendly and available in sharing and single-serve bags. Sweet Potato & Cauliflower Soup Brand: Bol Rsp: £3This dhal-inspired jar soup landed in Waitrose chillers this summer. With a combination of beluga lentils, sweet potato, chunky cauliflower and coconut milk, each vegan-friendly soup packs 30% of the daily vitamin A requirement. Darlings of the low-carb world, it’s no surprise that manufacturers have been making the most of sweet potatoes. From puffs to bread, the bright orange root veg has inspired a wealth of quirky product innovation this year. Here’s our pick of the best.,Sweet Potato Waffles Brand: Birds EyeRsp: £2.50Made from lightly seasoned sweet potato and potato, this alternative waffle rolled into Ocado freezers in mid-October. Described as a “trendy twist on a family favourite”, the waffles are gluten-free and come in at 150 calories each.
This property at 12 Torrens St, Annerley sold at auction for $615,000 on May 19.BROTHERS Greg and Glen Cameron said goodbye to the home their grandfather built when it sold at auction on May 19, 2018.SOLD: 77 Tooth Ave, Paddington sold at auction on May 19 for $1.92 million.Place Paddington principal director and auctioneer Andrew Degn said they had eight buyers register to bid on 77 Tooth Ave, Paddington, which sold for $1.92 million.“It was a great result and everyone’s happy,” Mr Degn said.The 1912-built Tooth St home’s last renovation was some time in the 1970s.He said only four of the eight registered bidders put their hand up and bidding started at $1.2 million.“They were a bit cheeky, I called for $1.6 and they opened me at $1.2 and then we went in $50,000 rises,” he said.“We got back up to $1.6 and then it took off after that.”The buyers will cash in on this view and will likely renovate the Paddington pad.Mr Degn said the male buyers were in their mid-30s and purchased it as a joint ventre.“I think they’re going to live in it, then renovate it, then sell it again,” he said.“Because it’s in two lots they might build two properties, but they’re undecided yet.”Vendor Glen Cameron said he would be interested to see what they do to the home, which had been in his family for more than 100 years.“My grandfather built this in 1912, and it’s been in the family since then of course,” Mr Cameron said.“The house is very, very solid with the way it was built and how it was maintained.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours ago“A renovation was done back in probably the 1970s, we put in new stumps and all sorts of things and its solid as a rock.“I will probably have a chat to the guy who bought it, because he seemed quite nice.“It’ll be interesting to see what he wants to do.”The buyer of 12 Torrens St, Annerley, which sold at auction for $615,000 on May 19, loves the proximity to Brisbane City.A two-bedroom home, on the other side of the city, in Annerley also sold under the hammer on May 18.Ray White Bulimba elite sales and marketing Mark Diamond said eight bidders registered to buy 12 Torrens St, Annerley.“We had eight registered bidders and we probably had 35 to 40 people watching,” Mr Diamond said.“Bidding started at $400,000 and it sold for $615,000.”The buyer of this Annerley homes plans to renovate it.The property, which last sold in 2009 for $435,000, has a development approval in place for demolition, but buyer Vincent Blanchet said he has no immediate plans to demolish the home.“I think I will renovate and live in it a little bit,” Mr Blanchet said.Mr Blanchet, who is a neighbour, said he had looked to buy in the pocket before, but the stocks were not suitable until this property came on to the market.“I like the street, it’s a bit leafy and it’s a high set, so that’s an asset for me,” he said.“It’s close to the CBD, so the transport is always excellent and with the new Cross River Rail and the Brisbane Metro, it’s going to make access to the busy part of the city even better.”On the opposite end of the scale, a rare acreage property at 70 Woodlark Cres, Parkinson was passed in at auction.The rare Parkinson property was passed in at $2.4 million.Queensland Sotherby’s International Realty Brisbane senior sales executive Malcolm Li said despite having four registered bidders, the four-bedroom home did not sell.“Bidding opened at $1.5 million, and it was passed in at $2.4 million,” Mr Li said.He said negotiations would continue over the weekend.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 3:17Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -3:17 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels576p576p480p480p256p256p228p228pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Do you remember Dave Miley who was the Cincinnati Reds manager from 2003-2005 where he compiled a 125 win and 164 loss record? The Tampa native was a catcher by profession. As a player he was a member of the Cincinnati Reds organization. After retirement from active playing, he became a coach and manager in the Reds minor league system before moving into the major league managers roll. He was only in his 40’s when he managed the Cincinnati Reds.Dave Miley’s wife is from the St. Peters area of Franklin County. He met and married her while a member of the Reds organization.Albert Schneider of Morris was recently in a local nursing home recuperating from knee surgery. His roommate was Dave Miley’s father-in-law, and Dave and his wife came to visit while both men were in the nursing home. Albert stated that Dave was very friendly to him during the visit. I am not sure what Dave Miley is doing at this time. He is only 52 years old, so I am sure he is still involved somewhere in baseball. However, I was not able to find out where when I did research for this article.
Brookville, In. — Brookville police say a dead body was in a local park by a couple taking a walk.The body of Allen Nobbe, 59, was found in the Brookville Town Park around 6:30 a.m. in a shelter house. The cause of death has not been releasedThis is a developing story.
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