Related Shows This is a trio to die for! Tony winner Alice Ripley, Tony nominee Jennifer Damiano and Broadway alum Heléne Yorke will join Benjamin Walker in the Broadway premiere of American Psycho. The three will play Patrick’s Mother/Mrs. Wolfe, Jean and Evelyn Williams, respectively. Damiano and Yorke had taken part in the workshop presentation earlier this year.The musical, written by Duncan Sheik and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, will begin performances at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on March 24, 2016. Rupert Goold will direct.Ripley and Damiano reunite after playing mother and daughter in Next to Normal, which earned Ripley a Tony and Damiano a nomination. Ripley’s additional credits include Side Show, The Rocky Horror Show and Sunset Boulevard. Damiano made her Broadway debut in Spring Awakening and most recently appeared in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Yorke returns to the Great White Way after appearing in Bullets Over Broadway and Grease. On screen, she can be seen in Masters of Sex and the upcoming series Graves.Based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis (which also inspired the Christian Bale-led film), the musical follows 26-year-old Patrick Bateman (Walker): a sophisticated, rich and devastatingly handsome Wall Street banker in 1980s New York City. He’s got a sculpted body, a model-gorgeous girlfriend and a to-die-for apartment. There’s just one snag: He also has a murderous, psychopathic alter ego that he hides from his friends and co-workers.Additional casting and the opening night date will be announced later. American Psycho Star Files View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 5, 2016 Benjamin Walker
GlobalFoundries,IBM has awarded the DREAM mentoring program a $10,000 Catalyst Grant to develop an environmental education program using the organization’s 50-acre property bordering the Metcalf Pond in Fletcher Vermont.IBM is awarding Catalyst Grants in recognition of its 100th anniversary. The grants support IBM employees applying their professional skills to volunteer projects with schools or community organizations, or that demonstrate a connection to a local, sustainable issue. IBM is awarding 100 Catalyst Grants of $10,000 worldwide in 2011.The DREAM program (Directing through Recreation, Education, Adventuring and Mentoring), matches college student mentors with students from affordable housing communities. DREAM, with central offices in Winooski, VT, uses a community mentoring approach it calls ‘Village Mentoring,’ which empowers a group of college student mentors to engage both individual students and the entire community of children and families. This project supports DREAM’s goal of building a sense of caring for community, environment and self for the children they serve through the use of unique outdoor experiences, summer and winter camps, trips and community events. The IBM grant will enable DREAM staff and IBM volunteers to create a new environmental curriculum at DREAM’s facility in Fletcher, Vermont. The goal is the development of a ‘hands on’ curriculum to teach the students about the watershed, its associated water cycle, and impacts on the quality of the water system. Designated areas and signage will help educate the students about brooks, marshes, vernal pools and the pond, and key water resources on the property will be sampled and interpreted by the students.To develop the program, DREAM staff and IBM volunteers will create a global positioning system (GPS) map of the property. Volunteers will identify key areas and install interpretive signs. The program will incorporate components of an IBM-designed student activity kit called “Clean Water Difference’ which discusses the importance of watersheds and the environmental, societal, and economic tradeoffs faced when making decisions that affect water quality and quantity.The IBM grant also will help DREAM redesign its web site and create a web page that will provide access to the environmental curriculum and allow students to upload the water quality data they gather as part of the program.In recognition of its 100th anniversary IBM is providing $12 million in grants worldwide during 2011 to schools and not-for-profit organizations where IBMers volunteer, including the IBM Catalyst grants. In addition to the Catalyst Grant to the DREAM program, in July IBM announced a $100,000 IBM Centennial Grant for an energy efficiency initiative to help HowardCenter and Vermont Technical College reduce their energy use by at least 5 percent annually. That grant is one of eleven IBM Centennial Grants awarded by IBM to projects around the world ‘ one of only two in the U.S.About DREAM: for more information about DREAM, please visit http://www.dreamprogram.org/index.htm(link is external)About IBM: For more information about IBM’s Centennial, please visit http://www.ibm100.com(link is external) BURLINGTON, VT, September 7, 2011 ‘ IBM
By Dialogo May 26, 2009 it is good to visit areas where people do not get any medical services. thanks to all doctors team who regularly visit them and respect their profession in true manner with true services to all. The US Navy Hospital Ship “Comfort” will dock next Monday, for the purpose of conducting a humanitarian assistance mission throughout the Caribbean, Central America and Colombia. Representatives from the Panamanian Ministry of Health (Minsa) and from the U.S. Embassy in this country indicated today during the press conference that the ship will be anchored in the Port of Cristóbal in the city of Colón, in the Panamanian Caribbean. The primary objective of this visit, which was conducted for the first time in 2007, is to provide free medical assistance and to improve some of the health infrastructure of this Central American country. The “Comfort” will have a crew comprised of 925 members from France, Canada, Holland, Spain and the United States; 121 of the crew members are physicians, each one of them being able to examine up to 60 patients each, as explained by the Southern Command’s Surgeon General and Ship’s Captain, Miguel Cubano. The ship, which will be in Panama for 7 days, is 275 meters long, has 12 hospital wards and the space capacity for up to 1000 hospital beds. According to Cubano, all types of general surgery, pediatric and orthopedic operations will be performed on the ship, except for neurosurgical interventions and vascular surgery. Last April 1st, the ship “Comfort” set sail from Norfolk, Virginia (Unites States), and it visited Port-au-Prince (Haiti), Antigua and Barbuda, and afterwards it went from Panama towards Colombia, El Salvador and Nicaragua. The Clinical Supplies Director for the Panamanian Ministry of Health, Mario Rodríguez, stated that the ship did not come to Panama due to the increase in the number of cases of Influenza Type A. “The arrival of the ship is a coincidence, an activity that we had been coordinating for several months before the epidemic occurred. It did not happen because Panama had requested the US help with the influenza epidemic. It just arrived in a moment of humanitarian emergency,” Rodriguez said. In 2007, the American vessel conducted a mission throughout 12 Latin American countries, where more than 169,000 patients were assisted and 1500 operations were performed. A total of 20 million dollars was earmarked in order to cover the expenses of this two year mission, according to information provided by the US Embassy.
Mar 28, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – China announced today that a 16-year-old boy died of H5N1 avian influenza, and yesterday Egypt reported that a 46-year-old woman had tested positive for the disease, according to news services.Officials in China said the boy is from Bengbu in eastern Anhui province, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported. China’s health ministry told Xinhua, the state news agency, that the boy got sick Mar 17 and was hospitalized the following day and that surgical treatment was unsuccessful, the AFP report said. If the boy’s case is confirmed by the WHO, he will be listed as China’s 24th case-patient and 15th fatality.Media reports have not said if the boy had contact with infected birds. Local health authorities told AFP that no bird outbreaks have been reported in the boy’s town and that his close contacts have so far shown no symptoms of the disease, AFP reported.In Egypt, the health ministry reported that the 46-year-old woman who tested positive for H5N1 is from the northern Nile delta city of Damnhour, about 80 miles north of Cairo, the Associated Press (AP) reported. Few details were available about her illness, though health officials said the woman and other recent H5N1 patients contracted the virus from domestic birds, the AP report said.If the WHO confirms the woman’s case, she will be listed at Egypt’s 30th case-patient. Her case is the country’s 12th reported this year.Also today, the WHO confirmed two other Egyptian cases that were reported earlier yesterday, involving a 6-year-old girl and a 5-year-old boy. Both were hospitalized on Mar 25, had contact with infected birds, and remain in stable condition, according to the WHO report.The 6-year-old girl is from the southern province of Qena, and the 5-year-old boy is from Menia province in central Egypt.In Indonesia, the Jakarta Post reported today that a 40-year-old man who had tested positive for H5N1 died in Surabaya, capital of East Java. Yesterday an AFP story had listed the Surabaya patient as a 39-year-old.See also:Mar 28 WHO statement
Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionAlong with every U.S. birth certificate, let’s issue an AR-15 assault rifle. After all, we’re just a bunch of expendable, disposable, replaceable creatures with no lasting significance, so let’s have some fun pulling triggers if we so desire. “Long live the Second Amendment.” I can only shake my head in disbelief.Also, if using the logic that “guns don’t kill people; people kill people,” let’s give anyone who wants a nuclear weapon his own personal bomb, because nuclear weapons won’t kill people either.Louis Restifo Sr.SchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesSchenectady’s Lucas Rodriguez forging his own path in dance, theater, musicEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusSchenectady man dies following Cutler Street dirt bike crashSchenectady police reform sessions pivot to online
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Game time will be the priority when Arsenal look to loan out their youngsters (Picture: Getty)Smith-Rowe similarly left Arsenal on loan this time last year, joining RB Leipzig, but only played three times at the very end of the season having arrived in Germany with a groin problem and as a result he is expected to stay in England, likely joining a Championship side.Incredibly, Arsenal are working on shifting as many as 12 players in January – the majority of whom are youngsters – as they look to expose their academy starlets to more first-team football, with technical director Edu in charge of all the loan moves.MORE: Arsenal board concerned over Jerome Boateng signing from Bayern MunichMORE: Mikel Arteta thrilled as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reaffirms commitment to ArsenalMore: 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 Emile Smith-Rowe close to January move as Arsenal work on shifting as many as 12 players Nketiah returned from Leeds and will be loaned back out very soon (Picture: Getty)According to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, a host of Championship clubs put forward presentations explaining how they would use Nketiah and why they would be the perfect destination.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe shortlist of clubs he could join has been whittled down to just three – Bristol City, Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest – all of whom want him as their main striker.Nketiah will make a final decision over which club he will join imminently, with his camp having entered into talks with the clubs over personal terms.Smith-Rowe is expected to join him in leaving Arsenal and has also been the subject of presentations from clubs looking to take him on loan.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalThe 19-year-old actually started interim boss Freddie Ljungberg’s final match against Everton – a 0-0 draw which Arteta, who had only been announced a day earlier, watched from the stands.He has not made Arsenal’s squad at all in their last two outings, against Manchester United in the Premier League and Leeds United in the FA Cup, and it is felt he would benefit from consistent game time elsewhere. Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 7 Jan 2020 3:47 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link7.1kShares Advertisement Comment The 19-year-old attacker is expected to move to a Championship side (Picture: Getty)Emile Smith-Rowe is set to follow Eddie Nketiah in leaving Arsenal on loan this month as the Gunners work on offloading as many as 12 players in a busy January window.The Gunners have an abundance of talented young players at the club but Mikel Arteta cannot guarantee them all game time, with this month’s window largely going to be focused on finding short-term clubs for many of their youngsters.Nketiah was recalled from his loan spell at Leeds United due to a lack of pitch time – only starting two Championship games – with Arsenal keen for him to be a starter elsewhere. Advertisement
Then two weeks later in the final he was knocked unconscious but was given permission to return to action, despite vomiting in the changing rooms.The 38 year old believes “winning took precedence over the health of players” at the club. French side Clermont Auvergne are set to be sued by one of their former players over concussion issues.Jamie Cudmore played with the side for over 11 years, and has claimed team doctors failed in their medical duty to him on two occasions.Cudmore says he suffered a serious head injury in the 2015 Champions Cup semi-final but was allowed to play on.
NHL hockey is back, and the action kicks off with an exciting matchup between two champions.The defending Stanley Cup winner St. Louis Blues will face off against the 2018 Cup champion Washington Capitals in their season opener Wednesday. Before the game, the Blues will raise their Stanley Cup banner to the rafters and look to pick up where they left off last year. In the meantime, the Caps will look to start their season on the right foot after a disappointing first-round exit at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes in April.St. Louis had a relatively quiet summer until a blockbuster trade took place in the final week of training camp, where they acquired puck-moving blueliner Justin Faulk in exchange for longtime Blues defenseman Joel Edmundson and several other pieces.MORE: Watch NHL games with fuboTV (7-day free trial)With a stronger backend, also featuring the likes of Alex Pietrangelo and Colton Parayko, as well as Jordan Binnington between the pipes, St. Louis has a stronger defense, but also one that can serve as a catalyst for more offense moving forward, especially with Faulk now in the mix.In the meantime, Washington was relatively busy, but in a different sense — it spent the offseason strengthening the bottom six to add more secondary scoring with Richard Panik, Garnet Hathaway and Brendan Leipsic now a part of their offensive arsenal, replacing Brett Connolly and Co.With more stability and depth on the forward lines, Washington also made changes to the defense corps, trading Matt Niskanen to Philadelphia in exchange for Radko Gudas while also relying on young defenders in Jonas Siegenthaler, Tyler Lewington and 19-year-old Martin Fehervary.Still, the Capitals will have to make do against a tough Blues team without the services of Evgeny Kuznetsov, who was suspended for three games for “inappropriate conduct” after testing positive for cocaine in the summer, and Michal Kempny, who is still recovering from a torn hamstring he suffered in March against the Tampa Bay Lightning.Here’s more on how to watch the second game of the 2019-20 NHL campaign, including the time, TV channel and full opening night schedule.What channel is Capitals vs. Blues on today?TV channel: NBCSN (national)Live stream: fuboTVThe game will be featured as part of NBCSN’s “Wednesday Night Hockey.” Viewers can also stream the game on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.NBC’s hockey broadcast will again be led by NHL commentators Mike “Doc” Emrick (play-by-play) and Eddie Olczyk (analyst), who are on the call for Capitals vs. Blues, along with Brian Boucher inside the glass.Capitals vs. Blues: What time is puck drop?Date: Wednesday, Oct. 2Start time: 8 p.m. ETWednesday’s game is set to begin at 8 p.m. ET. This is one of just two times that these teams will play each other during the regular season; they next face off in March.One player to watch will be Caps captain Alex Ovechkin, who is tied for most goals (10) and points (17) in season-opening matchups. In the 2017-18 campaign, he had back-to-back hat-tricks in his first two games, including a four-goal performance in the first game against the Montreal Canadiens. Both St. Louis and Washington won their first Cup titles in the last two years, the first times a team has captured its first title since the Los Angeles Kings won in 2012.NHL opening night TV scheduleTime (ET)MatchupTV channel7 p.m.Senators vs. Maple LeafsSportsnet8 p.m.Capitals vs. BluesNBCSN, fuboTV10 p.m.Canucks vs. OilersSportsnet10:30 p.m.Sharks vs. Golden KnightsNBCSN, fuboTVBlues schedule 2019Here are the St. Louis Blues’ next five games.GameDateTimeChannelvs. Dallas StarsOct. 58 p.m. ETFS-MW, FS-SWat Toronto Maple LeafsOct. 77 p.m. ETFS-MW, NHLN, TVAS, TSN4at Ottawa SenatorsOct. 107:30 p.m. ETFS-MW, RDSI, TSN5at Montreal CanadiensOct. 127 p.m. ETFS-MW, NHLN, CITY, TVASat New York IslandersOct. 141 p.m. ETFS-MW, MSG+Capitals schedule 2019Here are the Washington Capitals’ next five games.GameDateTimeTV Channelat New York IslandersOct. 47 p.m. ETNBCSWA, MSG+at Washington CapitalsOct. 57 p.m. ETNBCSWA, FS-CRvs. Dallas StarsOct. 87 p.m. ETNBCSWA, FS-SWat Nashville PredatorsOct. 108 p.m. ETNBCSW, FS-TNat Dallas StarsOct. 128 p.m. ETNBCSW, FS-SW