Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016 Finding Neverland View Comments Related Shows Sutton Foster Star Files Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Sutton Foster’s new TV series Younger is currently airing on TV Land and she stopped by TODAY on April 7 to talk about starring in the show. The two-time Tony winner plays a New Jersey divorced single mother in her early 40s who kickstarts her career by passing herself off as a 20-something—how did she feel when she landed the role? “It’s fun to relive my 20s in a safe environment and be able to retain the maturity of my now ripe old age!” she said, before going on to reveal that she was more of a Blockhead than a Directioner. Check out the interview below—and find out why you won’t be swiping right for Foster on Tinder anytime soon (as if anyone would ever be swiping left for her)!
Celtics free agency rumors: Terry Rozier ‘more than open’ to re-signing with Boston if Kyrie Irving leaves The Celtics, I’m told, are emerging as a stealth suitor for Charlotte Hornets free agent Kemba Walker— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) June 25, 2019Walker has told The Athletic during the offseason he would make Charlotte his first priority in free agency but he will have plenty of teams interested on the open market.The Lakers are reportedly interested in the guard as they traded away Lonzo Ball in the reported Anthony Davis deal and will likely not re-sign Rajon Rondo, who inked a one-year contract with the team last season. Related News Celtics free agency rumors: Boston targeting Bucks’ Malcolm Brogdon The Celtics could lose Kyrie Irving and Terry Rozier in free agency this offseason, but they could be looking into adding another All-Star guard to their roster.Boston is emerging as a “stealth” suitor for Hornets guard Kemba Walker, according to the New York Times. Kemba Walker addresses free agency: ‘Charlotte’s definitely my first priority’ Boston is going to have to figure out something at the point guard spot and has already targeted restricted free agents Malcolm Brogdon and Tomas Satoransky, according to Yahoo Sports.Irving has reportedly zoned in on the Nets as his likely free agent destination and has apparently “ghosted” the Celtics, not talking to them for months on end as the team has attempted to persuade him to come back to Boston, according to the Boston Globe. As for Rozier, he has said it is unlikely he comes back to Boston if there are not changes to the team’s roster, but he also said if Kyrie Irving leaves he would be open to returning.It’s unclear exactly who will play point guard for the Celtics next year, but at this point it appears they have a Plan A (re-signing Rozier), Plan B (signing Walker) and a Plan C (bringing in Brogdon or Satoransky).We’ll see which plan works out.
CHICAGO — Pete DeBoer says the best hockey teams figure out ways to win a variety of different games. The Sharks added the bizarre to their 2018-19 resumé Sunday.After they surrendered three goals on their first four shots against, the Sharks (18-11-5) found a way to come back and beat the Chicago Blackhawks 7-3 in a game that saw both starting goalies exit in the first period.With the victory, the Sharks extended their winning streak to a season high of four games.The fourth line led the …
Vietjet’s interline agreement with Qatar will make it easier for passengers to connect with the Gulf carrier. ApprovedIn a fully approved procedure, an aircraft can back away from the gate under its own power under reverse thrust. However, before the jet can move backwards, it must roll forward slightly before the reversers can be deployed, and to move off of the tire’s ‘flat spot’ created when the aircraft sits parked on the ramp for any length of time.A critical component necessary for this procedure is the ramp agent or ground marshaller. After engines are started with the jet still parked at the gate, the marshaller signals the pilot in command when to move forward, and then using a rotating motion rapidly moving the signaling wands one-over-the-other, indicates exactly when to deploy the reversers and back away from the gate. When the aircraft has safely cleared the ramp area, the reversers are closed, throttles are brought back to idle, and the airliner can then taxi out to the runway. (See What are thrust reversers?)
With the end of the month rolling over this weekend it is the time when some begin preparing their monthly invoices to bill clients. Theses days there is no shortage of online tools to help with financing and invoices, so we thought we would take the opportunity to point out a few tools to help you get your weekend work done quickly and efficiently. With a plethora of services comes an equally cumbersome amount of features and options, from invoice limits, to pricing and to iPhone apps. Hopefully with this quick overview of four great services you’ll be able to better choose the right one for you.Editor’s note: This story is part of ReadWriteWeb’s Online Finance series, a weekly three-month-long look at how the Internet is transforming finance. From now until April 15, the annual income tax filing deadline for US readers, we’ll be looking at how finance has evolved, analyzing top Web tools and posting video of our conversations with the people who are shaping the online world of finance. The series is sponsored by OptionsHouse, an online brokerage firm with a professional-grade trading platform and some of the lowest rates in the industry for self-directed investors interested in stock and options trading. OptionsHouse offers free, online virtual trading accounts so investors can try out investment strategies before attempting to trade with real money.FreshBooks Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Ballpark takes a different spin on invoicing by adding the missing link of communication between payers and payees, as well as a bidding and estimate service. With a birds-eye dashboard of your activities, users can tell when their clients view their invoices, and Ballpark’s commenting system makes it easy to clear up any disagreements. The service also compliments its slick user interface with an equally attractive iPhone app and desktop notifier for Mac. Users can get a free account limited to 1 invoice and 3 estimates per month, or they can pony up anywhere between $6 and $99 for more users and invoices.Billing Boss By far the online invoicing application with the widest set of features is FreshBooks. Users can create and manage invoices, track time and expenses, brand their documents, and get paid from clients through any of a number of online payment systems. FreshBooks also offers integration with Basecamp, an API for developers looking to integrate the software into a business’ current setup, and an official iPhone application. Half a dozen payment options are available, ranging from a free account with limited number of users and clients, to the highest paid account of $149 per month for 5000 clients and 20 users.Blinksale RWW’s Online Finance Series: Tags:#start#startups chris cameron Billing Boss is a completely free online invoicing solution for you bootstrappers, but this comes at the expense of being limited to basic features. The site does make up for this with its own iPhone and Google G1 applications and the ability to use PayPal. Users can also import their merchant accounts used on Beanstream, a payment services platform run by Sage, which also provides Billing Boss.There are dozens of online services that provide help with invoicing, including but certainly not limited to: PayPal, Zoho, Simply Bill, Invotrak, CurdBee and Invoicera. There is sure to be a solution out there to fit any business’ needs.If you know of some other great services you’d like to share, let us know in the comments. Another great service is Blinksale, which offers an unlimited number of clients, but limits the number of invoices through its various payment plans. Like FreshBooks, users can import clients from Basecamp, but the only online payment option for Blinksale is through PayPal. A few downsides to Blinksale include the lack of a basic free account (they offer a free 30 day trial), and not having an official iPhone app, though a 3rd party developer has produced an application using their API. Blinksale has three pricing plans for $6, $12 and $24 per month.Ballpark Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… How the Web is Transforming Personal FinanceThe Evolving Online Finance EcosystemStartup Finance: Xero Powers Accounting in the CloudStartup Finance: 4 Online Invoicing Resources 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…
The Central government’s move to push a revised Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) in the winter session of Parliament will have repercussions across the north-eastern states and balkanise the region, according to Delhi-based rights group Rights & Risks Analysis Group.The bill, if passed, would throw out some 10 lakh people from Manipur and three north-eastern States, where inner-line permit (ILP) was applicable besides Manipur, the group said on Friday.Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Nagaland are governed by the Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation (BEFR) of 1873, under which Indian nationals from other parts of the country have to possess an ILP to visit temporarily. In 2018, the Manipur Assembly passed the Manipur People’s Protection Bill that seeks to expel people who or whose forefathers were living in the State before 1951.The Ministry of Home Affairs and the ruling BJP had, in reaction to vociferous protests against the CAB in the Northeast, proposed to tweak the bill so that it does not override the BEFR. If this is done, more than 10 lakh people can be identified as illegal residents and dumped on Assam. “Instead of expelling the alleged foreigners, Assam will end up receiving more than a million people before 2024,” said Suhas Chakma, director of the rights group.The BEFR, Mr. Chakma said, was enacted to insulate the tribal areas and all non-tribal people who could not establish their descent from 1873 may be identified as illegal residents. The 2011 census said Mizoram had 61,091, Nagaland 2,67,529 and Arunachal Pradesh 4,31,906 non-tribal people, while Manipur had lakhs of people who might not have documents to prove their residence prior to 1951. “All these people are expected to be dumped on Assam.” Religious minorities who fled alleged persecution in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan were being “fooled” with the CAB promise. There was no guarantee that if it was enacted, the citizenship applications of those excluded from the National Register of Citizens would be processed by Assam or the Centre, it said.
The National Youth Championships (NYC) and National Schools Cup 2018 run from Wednesday 12th to Saturday 15th September!Check out the draw here: NYC 2018 DrawAnd tune in to the livestream of games on Field 1 via one of these links:NYC websiteTFA wesbiteTFA YoutubeTFA Facebook
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Southampton boss Hasenhuttl demands intensity lift from playersby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveSouthampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl is demanding a higher level of intensity from his players.The Austrian cancelled a day off last week, conducted intensive video sessions and staged one-on-one meetings with his players. His methods worked wonders as Sunday’s victory over Arsenal, the first at home since April, moved Southampton out of the relegation zone.”You can be sure as long as I am manager that if I have the feeling one guy makes one step less, I will tell him. And when I tell him, I am sure he will immediately improve,” he said.Hasenhuttl rewarded his players with a day off this week and admitted it would be tough to change a winning side. “At the moment I am happy I found a first XI who showed me against Arsenal that it is possible they fit well together,” he said.”I am not in the situation that I’ll change everything because one or the other player is a little bit tired. That is not in my mind at the moment. I am glad I’ve found a first XI and to get in this team is not so easy because they put something in my account and showed me they are able to win.”
ohio state ezekiel elliottThe national champion Ohio State Buckeyes are in Washington D.C. Monday morning, and in just a few hours, they’ll make their way to the White House to officially be congratulated by President Barack Obama on winning the inaugural College Football Playoff. The leader of the free world may, however, want to make sure he has an extra body guard on staff before they arrive.OSU running back Ezekiel Elliott and his teammates enjoy trolling people when they’re live on television, using a move called “salmoning.” Basically, the way we understand it, the perpetrator moves his hand back and forth to mimic a salmon swimming, before poking or tickling the subject right at the end. Elliott, on Twitter, suggested that he’s planning on figuring out a way to do it to Obama this [email protected] thanks Jacoby. You are greatly appreciated. Now we need to plan the salmoning of the president @BarackObama— EzekielElliott#⃣1⃣5⃣ (@EzekielElliott) April 20, 2015If @EzekielElliott doesn’t salmon @BarackObama today, was the trip to the White House even worth it?— Jillian Yuricich (@Jill_Yuricich) April 20, 2015Here’s video of Elliott doing it to the president of the Sugar Bowl live on television.We hope he pulls it off, and somehow isn’t attacked in the process.
This fall, Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover, Rosita, and other furry friends from Sesame Street will embark on a two-month USO tour to military installations throughout Europe.Sesame Street and the USO head overseas to perform for service members and their familiesThe 2017 Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families will perform more than 30 shows at 19 military bases in six countries; each 30-minute costumed character performance will center around the challenges military families face on a regular basis, including frequent moves and the military-to-civilian transition. The tour will kick off on September 11th at NAS Sigonella in Italy before journeying to Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Spain, wrapping up in mid-November.“Since 2006, the Sesame Street/USO tour has brought to life the resources we’ve developed to help military families navigate the unique challenges they face,” said Dr. Jeanette Betancourt, Sesame Workshop’s Senior Vice President of U.S. Social Impact. “Sesame Workshop is proud to continue our longstanding partnership with the USO, employing our early childhood expertise and beloved Sesame Street characters to support and celebrate military kids and families as they learn, heal, and grow.”Sesame Workshop and the USO know that when one family member serves, the whole family serves, which is why they partnered to create Katie, a special character who models the real-life experiences of today’s military children. In the military-to-civilian transition show, “Katie’s Family Transitions to Civilian Life,” military families will follow Katie as she starts a new adventure outside of the military, confident that her family and all her Sesame Street pals will be there to support her throughout the transition. The tour will also perform “Katie is Moving to a New Base,” which explores the feelings of uncertainty and excitement that come with moving to a new place. To best suit the needs of military families overseas, each installation will be given the chance to determine which show is performed on their base, with some installations opting for both.“There is no better time to kick off our ninth-year run of the Sesame Street/USO tour than on Patriot Day – a day the USO is encouraging Americans everywhere to connect with service members by sending them a message of support at uso.org/Reflect,” said Lorie Hennessey, USO’s Senior Vice President of Entertainment. “We are incredibly grateful for our collaboration with Sesame Workshop and look forward to supporting hundreds more military families this year.”The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families has toured the globe since July 2008, making it the longest-running traveling tour in the USO’s 76-year history. Based on Sesame Workshop’s award-winning Sesame Street for Military Families initiative, the tour has performed more than 1,100 shows on 150 military installations in 33 states and 11 countries and distributed more than 2.8 million outreach materials, entertaining nearly 600,000 service members and military families through the magic of song, dance, and beloved characters. To learn more about this year’s tour, including upcoming tour stops visit uso.org/Sesame.