Gurira’s Familiar will make its New York premiere at the Mainstage Theater, beginning February 2016. The production will be directed by Rebecca Taichman. Playwrights Horizons has unveiled its lineup for its 2015-16 season. Shows include the New York premieres of Hir by Taylor Mac and Familiar, a new play by playwright and The Walking Dead actress Danai Gurira. Finally, Indian Summer will make its world premiere at the Mainstage Theater from May 2016. Penned by Gregory S. Moss, the production will be helmed by Carolyn Cantor. View Comments The second production of the season will be Mac’s Hir. Directed by theater director and performance artist Niegel Smith, the show will play the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, beginning October 2015. Next up will be Marjorie Prime, from Orange is the New Black writer Jordan Harrison. Directed by Anne Kauffman, the new play will receive its New York premiere at the Mainstage Theater from November 2015. Kicking off the season will be The Christians, the New York premiere of a new play by Lucas Hnath. Helmed by Les Waters and presented at the Mainstage Theater, the show will begin previews on August 28. From March 2016, Antilia Pneumatica will receive its world premiere at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. The show is written by Anne Washburn and directed by Ken Rus Schmoll.
By Dialogo December 03, 2010 The Colombian Supreme Court of Justice has chosen Viviane Morales as chief public prosecutor, ending a sixteenth-month vacancy due to a dispute between former president Alvaro Uribe and the judicial branch that delayed court cases and criminal investigations. This is the first time in the history of the South American country that a woman has been chosen as chief public prosecutor. Morales obtained fourteen out of eighteen votes cast by the justices who participated in the election. “After so long a vacancy, with so many tasks to carry out, with so many extremely delicate investigations that the public prosecutor has to deal with, the truth is that it’s a challenge that will mean working intensely, sacrificing my family life and personal life,” the new chief public prosecutor said. Morales promised a frontal assault on corruption and guaranteed independence and transparency at the head of the investigative agency.
May 15, 2006 Regular News Practice Tips–Get the address right when cutting checks Get the address right when cutting checks Here’s a tip for personal injury attorneys and anyone else who writes checks from a trust account on behalf of clients: Take a minute before writing each check to call the payee to confirm the proper name and address to send the check.This simple phone call will help reduce the complaints from medical providers and others claiming they were never paid; you also won’t have the hassle of reissuing a new check and stopping payment on the old check. And, since the check goes immediately to the proper address, it will help reduce the late-cashing of checks that can put a glitch in your trust account reconciliation process. Practice Tips is a service of the Practice Management Advisors Committee of the ABA Law Practice Management Section. It is not intended as legal advice, nor is it an authorized legal ethics opinion binding on any state bar or law society. For additional information about PMA services in Florida contact The Florida Bar’s Law Office Management Assistance Service (LOMAS) at (866) 730-2020.
15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Some credit unions have coaching rock stars in their ranks.In these high-functioning credit unions, branch managers hold biweekly, one-on-one coaching sessions with each staff member. Staff look forward to the challenge of addressing the ideas generated during these discussions.Between sessions, managers offer encouraging feedback to their team after casually or intentionally observing their conversations with members.But what do you do if your credit union doesn’t operate this way? Maybe you only receive “coaching” during your annual review, and praise is as rare as a flying unicorn.Is it a lost cause? No.Anyone can be a coach and provide valuable feedback. You just need to understand the goals and principles of coaching, and be observant of your co-workers and boss.At CUNA, we use the CUNA Creating Member Loyalty™ Service Strategies program. The lessons we learn empower us to better serve our members, and better serve each other as colleagues. continue reading »
If anyone understands just how inspirational words can be it’s a professional football coach. These leaders haven’t acquired successes simply by being in positions of prominence but by truly communicating the value of teamwork, perseverance, and both physical and emotional strength. To mark the turning of fall and the start of football season, we’ve put together a list of wise words to remember from some of the greatest football coaches the game has ever known.“Success isn’t measured by money or power or social rank. Success is measured by your discipline and inner peace.” — Mike Ditka, Head Coach, Chicago Bears (1982-92), New Orleans Saints (1997-99)“Self-praise is for losers. Be a winner. Stand for something. Always have class, and be humble.” — John Madden, Head Coach, Oakland Raiders (1969-78)“I’ve observed that if individuals who prevail in a high competitive environment have any one thing in common besides success, it is failure—and their ability to overcome it.” — Bill Walsh, Head Coach, San Francisco 49ers (1979-88)“Stay focused. Your start does not determine how you’re going to finish.” — Herm Edwards, Head Coach New York Jets (2001-05), Kansas City Chiefs (2006-08)“The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.” — Jimmy Johnson, Head coach, Dallas Cowboys (1989-93), Miami Dolphins (1996-99) 43SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
Despite dominating possession, the Gunners were struggling for rhythm and they were not really testing goalkeeper Andreas Linde, but they should have drawn level when Eddie Nketiah poked home Pepe’s low cross. However, the flag was raised for offside against Willock, but it was the England U21 striker who got the final touch.Arteta’s side did eventually draw level in first-half stoppage time as Granit Xhaka led a counter-attack. He played the ball forward for Nektiah, and his cross in search of Willock was turned into his own net by Haugen Image:Joe WIllock produced another excellent display for Arsenal How Arsenal ran away with victory…After a slow start, the game eventually burst into life when Bernd Leno’s clearance quickly found its way back into the Arsenal half. Magnus Wolff Eikrem swept the ball into the path of Ellingsen, who beat a frustrated Leno from 25 yards. Subs: Soares (6), Saka (7), Tierney (n/a), Elneny (n/a).Molde: Linde (6), Wingo (7), Bjornbak (7), Gregersen (7), Haugen (6), Aursnes (6), Eikrem (7), Hussain (6), Elllingsen (7), Omoijuanfo (6), Bolly (6).Subs: Sinyan (5), Knudtzon (6), James (6), Brynhildsen (6), Mostrom (n/a).- Advertisement – Man of the match: Joe Willock Image:Arsenal are three wins from three in the Europa League Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta on Willock’s performance: “He could’ve scored more. All the time he was in goal-scoring situations. He created a few goals as well. He had a really good performance.”Arsenal defender David Luiz on Willock: “He’s a fantastic kid. I’m always behind him to help.“He could do better because he has the talent to be at the top level. He understands that every single day and for me, it’s a pleasure to play with him, especially because he’s humble.“When you are humble you can learn things, be better and improve. If you are not humble you don’t understand you need to improve.“He’s humble and he has a great present and a great future.”Opta stats – Arsenal’s perfect start in Europe continues The turnaround was complete in the 62nd minute as substitute Sheriff Sinyan also turned into his own net, before Nicolas Pepe (69) and Joe Willock (88) added the gloss to the scoreline for Mikel Arteta’s side.It’s three wins from three in Europe now for the Gunners, who move three points clear of Molde at the top of Group B as they race towards qualification for the knockout rounds. Image:Molde players celebrate after Martin Ellingsen put them ahead at Arsenal Image:Kristoffer Haugen turns the ball into his own net under pressure from Joe Willock Willock put the exclamation mark on the result for Arsenal, grabbing himself a deserved goal in the final stages. The Gunners won the ball back high up the pitch and Mohamed Elneny released Pepe, who set Willock free and the midfielder made no mistake, firing emphatically into the roof of the net.Man of the match – Joe Willock Arsenal have avoided defeat in 60% of their matches when conceding first under manager Mikel Arteta, winning four and drawing two of 10 such games (L4).Arsenal have won 15 of their 21 UEFA Europa League group stage games (71% – D4 L2), at least six more than any other side since the 2017/18 season.Norwegian teams have lost 21 of their 23 away games vs English sides in all European competition (D2), netting 14 goals and conceding 104 in those games.Arsenal have benefitted from two own goals in a single game for the first time since beating Swansea 4-0 in the Premier League in January 2017.What’s next for Arsenal?Arsenal host Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Box Office; Kick-off at 7.15pm. Player ratingsArsenal: : Leno (5), Maitland-Niles (6), Mustafi (7), Luiz (7), Kolasinac (6), Ceballos (7), Xhaka (7), Willian (7), Willock (8), Pepe (7), Nketiah (7).- Advertisement – It was another own goal which gave Arsenal the lead in the second half and this time, half-time substitute Sinyan, turned home Willock’s cross with a number of Arsenal players waiting to pounce.The game was then wrapped up in the 69th minute as Pepe swept home from the edge of the penalty area after substitute Bukayo Saka’s excellent cutback. Arsenal overcame an early scare to continue their perfect start in the Europa League with a 4-1 victory over Norwegian side Molde at the Emirates Stadium.Martin Ellingsen’s long-range effort gave the visitors a shock lead in the 22nd minute, but Arsenal, after a rather disjointed first-half performance, were back on level terms just before the break thanks to Kristoffer Haugen’s own goal (45+1).- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
The hosts hit back 10 minutes later when full-back Ashleigh Neville flicked in a header from a corner for her first goal of the season to level matters.Former Lyon striker Morgan, who made the switch to north London in September and missed the start of the season as she gained match fitness, came on in the 70th minute as her side sought out a winner before they settled for a share of the spoils. Image:Tottenham’s Ashleigh Neville (right) celebrates after equalising against Reading – Advertisement – Tottenham head to Bristol City next weekend still looking for their first win of the campaign following just two points from their opening six matches.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Image:Reading’s Brooke Chaplen (centre) celebrates scoring against Tottenham Two-time World Cup winner Alex Morgan could not find the winning touch as she made her Women’s Super League debut off the bench in Tottenham’s 1-1 draw at home to Reading.A goal within the first 15 minutes saw the visitors take the lead as Brooke Chaplen met a cross and fired a header home.
Cross Country Finished 14th and 15th in the Walt Disney World Classic Oct. 6, 2007ORLANDO, Fla. – The West Florida Men finished 14th as a team, and the Women finished 15th as a team in the 12th Annual Walt Disney World Classic this past Saturday in Orlando. The meet was one of the largest Invitational races of the year, as 327 runners from 45 teams competed in the men’s 8k race, and 366 runners from nearly 50 women’s teams competed in the 5k event, run in muddy conditions.Coach Matt Dobson was pleased overall as he discussed the race. “The team had a great showing. The race conditions were amazing, rain all day Friday and through the night. So it was like running in a swamp for a lot of the course. What impressed me the most about the team, especially the women is that even with the tough conditions they ran pretty good times. So, I know where their conditioning level is and now it is time to fine tune as we prepare for the conference championships in less than two weeks.”Senior Diana Sitar (Las Vegas, Nev.) was the top finisher for the women in the 5k run, crossing the finish line in 39th place with a time of 19:17. Freshmen Josh McEachin (Tallahassee, Fla.) was the first finisher for the men, with an 80th place finish in 27:41 for the 8k (5 mile) event. The men ran as a strong pack, as the top six Argos finished within 50 seconds. Immediately behind McEachin, was Eric Mayes (Jr. / Pensacola, Fla.) in 84th place with a 27:47.Senior Jordan Theuerkauf (Wausau, Wisc.) placed 98th in 28:03, while teammate Nicholas Maedel (Fr. / Orange Park, Fla.) was right behind him in 99th place with a time of 28:04. Justin Gates (Jr. / Fort Walton Beach, Fla.) rounded out the scoring for the Argos with his 116th place finish in a time of 28:27. The Argos team score for the men’s race was 450, as they outscored regional rivals Florida Tech and Valdosta State. South Dakota was the team champion with 108 points, while Nicolas Kering of Chattahoochee Tech was the overall winner in 25:04.For the women, Margaret Harter (Jr. / Milton, Fla.) also finished under 20 minutes for the 5k run, as she placed 58th in 19:38. Kelli Midden (Fr. / Boca Raton, Fla.) was 108th in a time of 20:26, while Rebecca Thielemann (Sr. / Dunnellon, Fla.) finished in 130th place with a 20:40 time. Rounding out the team scoring for the women was Katherine Ragia (Jr. / Daytona Beach Shores, Fla.) in 193rd place with a time of 21:44. The women’s team score was 466, as they outscored regional rivals Valdosta State and Florida Tech. The University Tampa was the Women’s team champion, and they were lead by Laura Woznicki, who was the overall women’s winner in a time of 17:41.Also competing for the Argos in the 8k run, was Andrew Maedel (Fr. / Orange Park, Fla.), who finished 123rd in a time of 28:32. Three other freshmen finished for the men, as Reynolds Griner (Tallahassee, Fla.) was 156th in 29:06, while Sean Jansen (Lutz, Fla.) was 163rd in 29:10, and Jared Black (Tallahassee, Fla.) was 173rd in 29:41. Also finishing for the women was Senior Lindsey Failing (Pace, Fla.), who completed the 5k run in 22:54.So far this season, the men’s record against D-II schools and below is 40-8, while the women’s record is 42-7. Dobson explained, “It’s been a good year despite all the injuries. We hope to have (Brian) Gowin (Sr. / Pensacola, Fla.) back for conference, and will fill a complete women’s team, if the rehabilitation goes well for those women that have been injured.”The Argos will run in an intersquad meet at home this weekend, to prepare for the Gulf South Conference race on October 20th, which will be run in Hoover, Alabama. Print Friendly Version Share
Five area fire departments responded to a blaze at Book Hill Golf Clubhouse, north of Brookville. Franklin County Dispatch got a call in the noon hour Saturday, reporting a golf cart on fire under the deck. Brookville Fire Department initially responded and found a fire that was said to be electrical in nature and involving utilities. Cedar Grove, Sunman, Blooming Grove and Liberty departments provided mutual aid. There were no injuries. Damages include extensive roof damage, roughly half the deck on the rear of the facility gone, and a total loss of the contents of the basement including golf carts. However, the golf course was able to open as normal on Sunday.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The whole cricketing fraternity is celebrating Team India’s skipper Virat Kohli’s 30th birthday, who has had yet another fantastic year on and off the cricket field.Kohli, on the field, had a record-breaking year, especially in ODI cricket where he recently became the fastest batsman to cross the 10,000 run-mark. The Delhi lad has scored 1202 runs at a brilliant average of 133.55 in 14 innings this year – magical numbers that definitely deserves a mention with the likes of Sir Don Bradman.However, Kohli’s run to the top has not been smooth from the start. He has faced many difficulties and overcame like a true champion. At an age of 30, when he is enjoying his peak as a batsman and leading Team India with pride and passion, this is definitely the best time of Virat Kohli’s career.Off-the-field too, Virat Kohli is enjoying a beautiful married life with Bollywood star Anushka Sharma.People dream to have a life like Virat Kohli, but very few know what it takes to climb up a mountain.Let us take a look at 3 things that changed Virat Kohli’s career:1. A young Virat Kohli was brought to train in the Raj Kumar Sharma’s coaching clinic in West Delhi Cricket Academy by his father Prem Kohli. At first glance, Raj Kumar was adamant that Kohli didn’t have anything special quality in his bag and was a regular nine-year-old ‘chubby’ kid.”He was like most other boys; restless, enthusiastic, keen to get a stint in the nets. We really hadn’t seen anything extraordinary,” recounts Raj Kumar, an off-spinner in his playing days, in the biography – Driven: The Virat Kohli Story.However, his opinion took a toll soon after as the coach recalled, “I remember vividly. He produced a throw that made heads turn. He was just nine, but the accuracy and power in that throw gave an indication that he had one quality – the feel for the game – and we lost no time in concentrating on Virat.”This was the first time Virat Kohli made a mark, and this was just the beginning of an unforgettable journey. 2. In 2006, Karnataka played Delhi in a Ranji match. After conceding 446 in the first innings, Delhi was left reeling at 14-3. This later became 59-5, as the last recognized batting pair. His partner was younger still – an 18-year-old Virat Kohli. Kohli and Bisht batted their hearts out and by the end of the day Kohli was playing at 40.However, later that night, Virat Kohli received a notice that Prem Kohli – his father- had passed away.The following morning, Delhi Coach Chetan Chauhan had instructed the next batter to pad up as Kohli would be busy attending his father’s funeral. But to their surprise, Virat Kohli showed up on time, fully padded up and said that he “wanted to” bat.Kohli smashed 90 runs and each run was a tribute to his father, who had introduced him to the cricket field.From 14-3, Kohli took Delhi to 211 with now only 36 runs needed to avoid the follow-on. After Kohli’s dismissal when Delhi was fighting tooth and nails for a draw, a young Kohli was cremating his father.3. It was December 2009, Virat Kohli was fighting for his place in the XI and his debut had come sixteen months ago, but he had failed to score a single century till now.India was locking horns against Sri Lanka at the iconic Eden Gardens, Kolkata with a 2-1 lead in the series.Sri Lanka batted first and scored 315-6. In return, India lost both Sachin and Sehwag in the first four overs and their scoreboard read 28-2. However, alongside Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli showed why he was termed ‘special’ by many, he played Malinga with elegance and confidence.Kohli used his feet to perfection against spin, that too in a pitch where stepping out against the spinners was seen as suicidal. Kohli reached the three-figure mark for the first time in ODI cricket and in just 108 balls. His knock was central to India clinching the series and that was the beginning of a confident Kohli, who would smash centuries for fun.Kohli is a rare gem in the world of cricket, who has matched the basics with the innovation to perfection. His elegance while batting is a treat to watch, and his passion while leading the team is only to be admired. Virat Kohli is a talent that comes once in a century, so let us cherish his centuries with the bat.Happy birthday King Kohli.