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Neil Patrick Harris, Andy Karl & More Nominated for 2014 Astaire Awards

first_img Star Files Neil Patrick Harris, James Monroe Iglehart, Andy Karl, Susan Stroman and more have been nominated for Astaire Awards. Choreographer Pat Birch will receive the Douglas Watt Lifetime Achievement Award, while dancer and dance instructor Luigi will be awarded with the Outstanding Achievement in the Preservation of Musical Theatre Award.The Astaire Awards is the only awards show to honor excellence in dance and choreography on Broadway and in film and were first started in 1982 by the late Fred Astaire and the late Douglas Watt. The 32nd Annual Fred and Adele Astaire Awards will be held on June 2 at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.See below for the full list of nominees.Outstanding Male Dancer in a Broadway ShowJulius Chisholm, After MidnightNick Cordero, Bullets Over BroadwayVirgil Gadson, After MidnightJared Grimes, After MidnightNeil Patrick Harris, Hedwig and the Angry InchJames Monroe Iglehart, AladdinAndy Karl, RockyDesmond Richardson, After MidnightOutstanding Female Dancer in a Broadway ShowKrystal Joy Brown, Big FishDormeshia Sumbry Edwards, After MidnightKarine Plantadit, After MidnightGayle Rankin, CabaretMonique Smith, After MidnightHeléne Yorke, Bullets Over BroadwayKaren Ziemba, Bullets Over BroadwayOutstanding Choreographer for a Broadway ShowCasey Nicholaw, AladdinSusan Stroman, Big Fish & Bullets Over BroadwayWarren Carlyle, After MidnightSteven Hoggett and Kelly Devine, RockyJosh Prince, BeautifulPeggy Hickey, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and MurderRob Marshall, Cabaret View Comments James Monroe Iglehart Andy Karllast_img read more

SymQuest Acquires Business Operations of UBIQ Imaging Solutions

first_imgSymQuest Acquires Business Operations of UBIQ Imaging SolutionsSOUTH BURLINGTON, VT Larry Sudbay, President and Chief Executive Officer of SymQuest Group, Inc. has announced that the company has recently acquired the business operations of UBIQ Imaging Solutions, with offices in Portland and Bangor, Maine. In addition to serving its clients throughout Vermont, New Hampshire and New York, the acquisition of UBIQ Imaging Solution’s business operations will allow SymQuest to also service clients in the Seacoast region, as well as the immediate inland areas of both New Hampshire and Maine.Designing, installing and supporting business technologies that handle the information flow of electronic and physical communications, SymQuest currently houses its headquarters in South Burlington, Vermont and has offices in Rutland, Vermont, as well as Plattsburgh, New York, and Keene and West Lebanon, New Hampshire. SymQuest employs 130 technology professionals. The acquisition of UBIQ will add 20 additional technology professionals.SymQuest has a history of growth and acquisition as evidenced by its purchase of IniNet, Inc. in Keene, New Hampshire in 2004; its expansion into the Plattsburgh, New York region in 2006; and most recently, its acquisition of UBIQ Imaging Solutions in Maine.”We are pleased to join forces with the UBIQ staff who share our standards of delivering service above client expectations and ensuring that clients are ahead of the curve in the fast-paced world of technology. In order to continue to provide our clients with the best resources, we must constantly evolve and geographical growth is a natural part of that equation,” says Sudbay.SymQuest’s Continued Pattern of GrowthSudbay founded SymQuest with Pat Robins in 1996 – a $10 million business at that time. SymQuest furthered its expansion with the acquisition of IniNet, Inc. in 2004. SymQuest gained a well-developed presence in the Keene, New Hampshire region. Founded in 1996, IniNet provided IT services, network design and consulting.Sudbay explains, “The integration of IniNet’s business and resources of technical people provides a remarkable advantage for our clients in New Hampshire, Southern Vermont and Massachusetts. We shared similar philosophies and cultures. As a result of the acquisition, SymQuest has increased market reach, providing better levels of service.”IniNet’s former owner and current Service Director for SymQuest’s Keene office, Scott Vickery adds, “IniNet had reached a stage of growth when an investment in resources and infrastructure was required for continued success. This was just an innate progression towards success for everyone involved: the clients and both the employees of IniNet and SymQuest.”In 2006, SymQuest opened their Plattsburgh office. The branch has experienced success in the region and continues to grow, establishing a solid presence for the company in the Northern New York market.Sudbay commenced talks regarding a potential acquisition of UBIQ Imaging Solution’s business operations with its President and Founder, Jim Chamoff in early 2007. Locally owned, the Portland-based company provides digital imaging products to businesses throughout Maine and southern New Hampshire, including a complete range of hardware and software options for corporate and small businesses. UBIQs products and services include color imagers, corporate printers, small office printers, faxes, document management, secure printing and cost accounting.Chamoff has a career spanning more than two decades in the office equipment business. Throughout his career, Chamoff has excelled in delivering his extensive industry knowledge, personal enthusiasm and business experience to clients in Maine and southern New Hampshire.”We are thrilled about working together. SymQuest brings vast resources and benefits to UBIQ and its clients, such as: IT expertise, a Network Operations Center and 24/7 remote monitoring capabilities.”UBIQ was formed in late 2001 and has experienced significant growth during the past six years. We have approximately 20 employees between our Bangor and Portland offices; so, increasing from 20 employees to 150 is a positive development for both our internal operations and the clients we serve.”What Larry and his team have built at SymQuest is more than impressive. I immediately realized that my vision for the future of UBIQ is precisely what SymQuest is today, and that we are moving in the same direction,” said Chamoff.”Going forward, SymQuest will continue to expand the areas we serve with a constantly developing range of services. Currently, we are successfully transitioning from an emergency-based support approach to a comprehensive management services package – a more proactive approach,” says Sudbay.last_img read more

How to start saving without making big mistakes

first_img 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Americans are not prepared for the unexpected.Just 37% say they would have enough money in savings to pay for a $1,000 hospital visit or a $500 car repair, a December 2015 Bankrate survey found.Health issues or car expenses might be hard to predict, but “you can set aside money so you can pay for them and avoid going into debt if they do arise,” says Leslie Tayne, a New York-based debt resolution attorney.Indeed, not having enough money set aside for unplanned emergencies is a big error. It’s 1 of 6 savings mistakes you should avoid. continue reading »last_img read more

One stabbed to death, another arrested in Binghamton

first_imgPolice say 55-year-old James Sellers of Binghamton was found dead at the scene. They say Sellers was laying on a sidewalk with stab wounds just outside of the location. They say Williams was located at the scene later. The police department told 12 News in a press release that Williams and Sellers had a domestic relationship. The Binghamton Police Department says 30-year-old Shalace Williams of Binghamton was arrested and charged with murder in the second degree, a class A2 felony. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Authorities have made an arrest into a fatal-stabbing investigation Thursday night. The police department says officers were called to a report of a “dispute with injuries” at 111 Eldredge St. Binghamton authorities say this was not a random act of violence and there is no threat to the public.last_img read more

Three exes battle over $2.2m Auckland house after polyamorous relationship breaks up

first_imgNZ Herald 22 May 2020Family First Comment: Watch this space…“Three people shared a home and a bed for 15 years, but their relationship isn’t recognised by law… The court ruling noted that polyamorous couples had asked the Law Commission to recognise their relationships when it recently reviewed the law. The Law Commission said at the time that excluding multi-partner relationships – which were “functionally similar” to marriages, civil unions or de facto relationships – could be difficult to justify. (!!) …But it eventually recommended to Government that the PRA should continue to cover only intimate relationships between two people.”When gender doesn’t matter in marriage, why should number?#protectmarriage #onemanonewomanThree people from a polyamorous relationship are in a battle over how to split a valuable Auckland property after they broke up.In the first case of its kind in New Zealand, the High Court ruled that the Property Relationships Act (PRA) could not be applied to people in a multi-partner relationship.The judge in the case, Justice Anne Hinton, also said the Family Court could not “stretch” the law to accommodate a three-way relationship.The case relates to a couple, Lilach and Brett Paul, who married in 1993.In 1999, Lilach met Fiona Mead and in 2002 the three of them formed a polyamorous relationship.They moved into a four-hectare property in Kumeu, which had just been purchased in Mead’s name for $533,000. She paid the deposit of $40,000.They lived together at the property for 15 years, and mostly shared the same room and bed, the court ruling said.READ MORE: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12334075Man and two women who had three-way relationship in court battle over $2m farmStuff co.nz 22 May 2020A man and two women who were in a polyamorous relationship are now in a court battle over a property where they lived for 15 years.The relationship was the subject of the first ever judgment on polyamory and the Property (Relationships) Act, which was released on Friday.According to the judgement, Lilach and Brett Paul married in February 1998.The following year Lilach met Fiona Mead and in 2002 the three formed a polyamorous relationship.Polyamory is the practice of engaging in multiple sexual relationships with the consent of all the people involved.READ MORE: https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/121597356/man-and-two-women-who-had-threeway-relationship-in-court-battle-over-2m-farm?cid=app-iPhoneKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

SC will remain independent with Peralta at the helm – Panelo

first_img Peralta was the third SC Chief Justice appointee of President Rodrigo Duterte after previously choosing Lucas Bersamin and Teresita Leonor De Castro./PN “He made many landmark decisions that reverberate to this time, which include the imposition of the death penalty on a policeman who used his service firearm to shoot an 11-year-old boy while flying his kite on a rooftop in People vs. Fallorina; the first conviction for plunder involving a cashier of the Bureau of Internal Revenue in People vs. Manalili; the first and only conviction of Qualified Bribery under Article 211-A of the Revised Penal Code, as amended, involving a substantial number of police officers in the case of suspected foreign drug-traffickers,” Panelo said. “We are certain that with Chief Justice Peralta at the helm of the Supreme Court, the Judiciary will continue to be well-managed as it thrives to uphold the principles of judicial excellence, integrity and independence,” Panelo said. According to Panelo, the Malacañang is confident that the judicial branch will effectively fulfill its core functions with Peralta, who will serve as the SC CJ for the next three years. He added that Peralta convicted the most number of accused involved in big time drug cases and other serious crimes. center_img Vice President Leni Robredo is off to a good start one week into leading the government’s crackdown on illegal drugs, Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo says. PCOO Peralta’s track record is unquestionable, Panelo said, as he has served the judiciary for more than three decades in various capacities, a trial court judge, associate justice and presiding justice of the Sandiganbayan and associate justice of the SC. MANILA – The Supreme Court (SC) will remain independent under the tenure of newly-appointed Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta, Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said.last_img read more

Ibrahimovic lampoons vandals over defaced statue in Malmo

first_img And it has angered Ibrahimovic, who has hit out at the vandals for their actions before replying defiantly. He said: “It’s a shame. They want attention and want the media to write about it – it’s at kindergarten level and we’re bigger than that. “The statue was what it was, but that doesn’t mean that my story will be torn down, it will remain forever.” The 38-year-old has been training with Hammarby IF amid the coronavirus crisis despite being contracted to AC Milan. Manchester United, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Juventus and Paris St-Germain are among the teams he has played with, winning an array of trophies. Read AlsoIbrahimovic’s return to training with Hammarby sparks future rumours Despite league titles in Italy, Spain and France, the Champions League has been one trophy that has eluded him He did land the Europa League with United when they faced his former side Ajax in 2017. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Zlatan Ibrahimovic has branded the Malmo fans that defaced his statue as  being “at kindergarten level”. It follows a series of incidents that saw the sculpture vandalised on numerous occasions after annoying  his boyhood club’s supporters. The former Sweden international has had a long career in football but it all began at Malmo, his birthplace. At the club, he scored 18 times as a teenager before moving to Ajax in 2001 and was commemorated for his services to the club with his own statue. ibrah statue was defaced and had to be briught down for repairs However, Ibra courted controversy when he became a part-owner of their big rivals Hammarby IF. Supporters were livid and the statue was quickly defaced in multiple ways. Since then, it has been brought down for repairs but it remains to be seen whether the figure is reinstated.Advertisement Promoted ContentA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets10 Characters That Should Be Official Disney PrincessesBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Waycenter_img Loading… last_img read more

Parks named Villa goalkeeping coach

first_img The former Tottenham keeper has arrived from Norwich, where he had worked since 2014. Parks worked with Sherwood when he was in charge at Spurs and left following Sherwood’s exit from White Hart Lane in May 2014. The 52-year-old spent six years at Tottenham, training Hugo Lloris, Brad Friedel, Heurelho Gomes and Carlo Cudicini, and was goalkeeping coach of the year in 2013. Former Villa number two Kevin MacDonald returned to the club as assistant manager last week, joining new first-team coach Mark Robson and performance analyst Seamus Brady at Villa Park. Sherwood lost his first game in charge on Saturday as Villa went down 2-1 at home to Stoke to leave them second bottom of the Barclays Premier League. They go to Newcastle at the weekend having lost their last six league games. Tony Parks has joined Aston Villa as goalkeeping coach as Tim Sherwood continues to revamp his backroom staff.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Cricket News India’s tour of West Indies begins with two T20s in Florida

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi : After the conclusion of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, India will begin their World Test Championship campaign against the West Indies in a two-match series starting here on August 22 while the tour begins with a couple of T20 Internationals in Florida from August 3.The tour of West Indies will be India’s sole away Test assignment in 2019. Besides two Tests and three T20s, both teams will also play a three-match ODI series during the five-week tour. The first Test, from August 22 to 26, will be played at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here and the second one starts on August 30 at Sabina Park in Jamaica.The Tests open the new ICC World Test Championship which will be played over the next two years and has been introduced to give greater context and competition in the “Ultimate Test” of the game.”The West Indies and India have a long and colourful rivalry, and the MyTeam11 Series will bring more thrilling competition across every format of the game,” said Cricket West Indies (CWI) Chief Executive Officer Johnny Grave on Wednesday. The series starts with the T20Is, with the first two matches being contested back-to-back on the weekend of August 3 and 4 at the Broward County Stadium in Lauderhill in the American state of Florida.Only one of the two T20Is produced a result when the two sides played at this American venue three years ago before sell-out crowds. The second match ended in a no-result, due to a rain and technical delay. In the first match of the series, K L Rahul scored the second-fastest T20I century off only 46 balls, eventually finishing on 110 not out for the highest international score in the venue’s history.The two teams also the posted the highest international innings totals in the venue’s history for a world record of 489 runs, with the West Indies winning by one run, thanks to a hundred off 49 balls from left-handed opener Evin Lewis.”We’re excited to bring two more T20Is to Florida, giving the West Indies diaspora in North America the opportunity to watch the team play ‘live’ and in person,” said CWI Commercial, Marketing and Communications Director, Dominic Warne.The last of the three T20Is will be played on August 6 at the National Stadium in Guyana, where the series also transitions to the 50 overs-a-side format. The first ODI willbe taking place on August 8, the first time in three decades the two sides will contest an ODI in the South American nation. The ODI series concludes with matches on August 11 and 14 at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad. India were originally supposed to tour West Indies right after the World Cup, which ends on July 14, but CWI pushed it back after BCCI’s request.(With Inputs: PTI) last_img read more

Men’s basketball: Koenig, Hayes approach their final year as more than just basketball players

first_imgUniversity of Wisconsin basketball players Bronson Koenig and Nigel Hayes have been making waves this offseason for everything but basketball. From the Keystone Pipeline to collegiate athletes getting paid, the two have taken some pretty profound stances that hit home for each of them and are attracting national attention. Despite the laid back and comical nature Koenig and Hayes have had in front of a microphone in the past, the two have put on stern faces to address what problems they see affecting them before they lose the publicity in the coming year.Issues like these have been front and center lately due to 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick-led protests in the NFL and athletes like Carmelo Anthony speaking out against police brutality. In line with Madison’s political history and nature, Wisconsin’s own athletes have been known to take stands for things they believe in and representing a better conversation than this current election.Koenig, a member of the Ho-Chunk nation, has been outspoken against the use of Native Americans names as mascots, including the Washington Redskin’s. The senior point guard has displayed a strong connection with his native heritage this offseason and has been as vocal as possible as of late.“With the mascots and all that stuff I think people think its OK to make fun of us,” Koenig told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “I feel like sometimes we are the lowest of the low among the minorities … and when a Native American kid sees that growing up and see disrespect, it lowers their self-esteem and puts them in a lower place in society.”Dane County Sheriff recalls deputies from North Dakota pipeline protestsAfter sending 10 deputies to North Dakota Oct. 9 to aid with crowd control at the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, Read…He later went on to explain how the name Redskins refers to Native Americans being skinned. The issue of the Washington, D.C. football team has offended many across athletes in the U.S., and has been overlooked according to the LaCrosse, Wisconsin native.Koenig’s loyalty to his heritage was put on full display earlier this fall when he joined the protests of the North Dakota pipeline, an oil pipeline that cuts through sacred tribal land. Koenig drove the 11 hours to North Dakota, joining his older brother and athletic trainer Clint Parks. In addition to joining the protests, Koenig also hosted an impromptu basketball clinic for the local kids. Koenig is a massive figure in the Native American community — a young leader in a community with few athletes representing them as proudly as Koenig. In his short time in the national spotlight, he has proved he does not take this role lightly and does not intend on standing idly by when he has been given a platform to make a change, much like his teammate Hayes.UW officials respond to ‘war chant’ incident at Native American community gatheringStereotypical “war chants” disrupted an event to promote healing for Native American survivors of sexual assault Wednesday, according to a Read…Hayes’ outspoken nature has made him a polarizing figure in the world of NCAA politics, to say the least. His latest display came during ESPN’s College GameDay, when he help up a sign that read, “Broke College Athlete. Anything Helps.” The sign listed a Venmo account for people to send money to. He then gave all the money to the Boys and Girls Club. College GameDay is certainly an appropriate place for Hayes’s protest of the NCAA’s policy that disallows any form of payment to the athletes. SB Nation reported that ESPN and other networks pay handsomely to air Big Ten sports. Starting next year, the conference will pull in $440 million per year to broadcast football and basketball. Reports suggest Wisconsin will receive about $40 million of that income directly.Nigel Hayes uses College GameDay to protest NCAAUniversity of Wisconsin men’s basketball team forward Nigel Hayes joined the crowd of students at ESPN’s College GameDay Saturday to Read…This doesn’t include the income Wisconsin receives from their new Under Armor deal. The article later mentions how Athletic Director Barry Alvarez, as well as Paul Chryst and Greg Gard make millions. Many, however, are skeptical of the 6-8 forward, since he debated declaring for the NBA draft last year, potentially turning down a huge pay-day. If he was drafted late in the first round as some projected him, Hayes could have made more than $2 million in his first two years in the league. One of these skeptics is Marquette University guard Duane Wilson. In a series of tweets, Wilson condemned Hayes’ protests as a social media stunt for attention. Wilson mentioned he has a son and said “it’s a blessing to even get a free education.”[UPDATE] Hayes blows up Twitter with #BlackLivesMatter discussionFor six hours Thursday evening, University of Wisconsin star basketball forward Nigel Hayes tweeted 44 times supporting the Black Lives Read…Both Hayes and Koenig have been placed on the preseason All-Big Ten team, along with teammate Ethan Happ. A panel of Big Ten media also declared Hayes Big Ten Preseason Player of the Year and the coaches poll has the Badgers at No. 10 in the nation and third in the Big Ten this year.Hopefully, the two seniors can create the same kind of buzz on the court this year in their first full season with coach Greg Gard, an outspoken defendant of the duo’s activism.last_img read more