Exclusive! Eden Espinosa Honors South Pacific’s 70th Anniversary with a Powerful ‘Some Enchanted Evening’

first_imgLate last year, Eden Espinosa, the beloved Broadway star currently appearing as Trina in the national tour of Falsettos, lent her talent to Broadway Dreams’ gala performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific to toast its 70th anniversary. In celebration of the milestone, which is this Sunday, April 7 (the same day the Broadway revival of R&H’s Oklahoma! opens), Broadway.com is exclusively sharing a video of Espinosa’s gender-swapped version of Emile de Becque’s showstopper “Some Enchanted Evening.” Listen to the fan-favorite star’s strong vocals below and cross your fingers that this Pulitzer-winning musical returns to the stage soon. View Commentslast_img

U.S. 11th Circuit to amend its rules

first_imgU.S. 11th Circuit to amend its rules U. S. 11th Circuit to amend its rules Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §2071(b), notice and opportunity for comment is hereby given of proposed amendments to the Rules of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. The public comment period is from December 5 to January 9, 2017. A copy of the proposed amendments may be obtained on and after December 5 from the court’s website at www.ca11.uscourts.gov/rules/proposed-revisions. A copy may also be obtained without charge from the Office of the Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, 56 Forsyth St., N.W., Atlanta, GA 30303, phone 404-335-6100. Comments on the proposed amendments may be submitted in writing to the clerk at the above address, or electronically at www.ca11.uscourts.gov/rules/proposed-revisions. December 1, 2016 Regular Newslast_img read more

NWDA ‘could owe millions’ on site sale

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Freeport LNG selects Air Products tech for Train 3

first_imgAir Products signed an agreement to provide its LNG technology, equipment, and process license for Freeport LNG’s Train 3 gas liquefaction and export project.The sale includes Air Products’ main cryogenic coil wound heat exchangers and associated technology, which will be vital in the production of LNG at the facility near Freeport, Texas, the company informed in a statement.Air Products will supply its AP-C3MRTM liquefaction technology, and its MCR Main Cryogenic Heat Exchanger will be installed at the heart of the propane pre-cooled mixed refrigerant liquefaction process.Air Products technology and equipment for Train 3 is scheduled to be on stream in 2019. Image: Air Productslast_img

A tale of two tunnels

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Swedish testing

first_imgINTERFLEET Technology is carrying out testing of Alstom X40 and X60 trains being supplied to Sweden.During June three weeks of dynamic testing were carried out on X40 double-deck EMUs for SJ inter-regional services, using instrumented wheelsets with accelerometers to assess the behaviour of a moving train. ’We go all over Sweden to find representative sections of track so that we can replicate all the situations the train might be exposed to’, said Interfleet’s test centre manager, Martin Bäfverfeldt.Interfleet is carrying out pre-delivery testing in Germany of X60 suburban trains for Stockholm Transport. Acceptance testing will take place in Sweden during October and November, and the first of the trains will enter service in autumn 2005.last_img

SEC announces UK-Missouri kickoff time, TV

first_imgThe Southeastern Conference on Monday announced a 4 p.m. kickoff for the University of Kentucky’s Nov. 1 football game at Missouri.Televised by the SEC Network, the matchup is also expected to serve as the site of that week’s SEC Nation pregame show.Missouri is 5-2 overall and 2-1 in the SEC, a game ahead of UK in the loss column for second in the SEC East Division. Georgia, which the Cats play Nov. 8, leads the East with a 4-1 conference record.Kickoff times and TV assignments beyond the Missouri game have yet to be determined.last_img

Pooran hit with four-match ball-tampering ban

first_imgLUCKNOW, Afghanistan, CMC – West Indies strokemaker Nicholas Pooran has been slapped with a four-match ban for ball tampering, casting a dark shadow over the Caribbean side’s recent one-day whitewash of Afghanistan. The incident took place during the third One-Day International here Monday when television footage showed the 24-year-old “scratching the surface of the ball with his thumbnail.”On-field umpires Bismillah Shinwari and Ahmed Durrani, along with third umpire Ahmed Pakteen and fourth umpire Izatullah Safi reported the matter and Pooran on Tuesday pleaded guilty to the charge of “changing the condition of the ball.”He will now miss the three-match Twenty20 International series against the Afghans starting here today, and also sit out the first T20 of another three-match series against India next month. There was no need for a formal hearing after the Trinidadian accepted the ban.“I want to issue a sincere apology to my teammates, supporters and the Afghanistan team for what transpired on the field of play on Monday in Lucknow,” Pooran said in a statement.“I recognise that I made an extreme error in judgement and I fully accept the ICC penalty. I want to assure everyone that this is an isolated incident and it will not be repeated. I promise to learn from this and come back stronger and wiser.” Pooran has also been hit with four suspension points which translates into five demerit points.The ban comes as a huge blow for the left-hander whose star has been on the rise over the last 12 months, becoming one of the West Indies’ most dependable batsmen.He was their leading scorer at the ICC World Cup earlier this year where he averaged 52, returned home to average 36 in a three-match ODI series against India and was last week praised for his maturity after scoring a match-winning 67 against Afghanistan in the second ODI last Saturday. Pooran currently boasts an ODI career average of 44.58.last_img read more