View post tag: Naval Authorities View post tag: Navy View post tag: US Navy An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter attached to the Blackjacks of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21 lifts pallets of supplies during a replenishment-at-sea.The supplies were transferred from the flight deck of the Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Walter S. Diehl (T-AO 193) during a vertical replenishment with Wasp-class amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2).The operation was conducted while the vessels were in the South China Sea on June 14.The Essex Amphibious Ready Group is operating in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility.Image: US Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today Image of the Day: Replenishment-at-Sea Operation June 17, 2015 View post tag: operation View post tag: News by topic Share this article View post tag: RAS View post tag: Replenishment-at-Sea Image of the Day: Replenishment-at-Sea Operation View post tag: asia
The NHS Bursary Scheme new rules (8th edition) are for the academic year from 1 September 2019 to 31 August 2020.They apply to: medical and dental students (bursary-eligible study years) non-medical students who started their course on or after 1 September 2012 but before 1 August 2017 non-medical postgraduate students who started their course on or after 1 August 2017 but before 1 August 2018 students on dental hygiene and dental therapy courses who started their course on or after 1 August 2017 but before 1 August 2018 (included in the capped numbers commissioned by Health Education England) or started their course on or after 1 August 2018 but before 1 August 2019 at certain institutions Students who began their studies before 1 September 2012 and are continuing training in the 2019 to 2020 academic year should refer to the NHS Bursary Scheme old rules (17th edition).The Learning Support Fund (3rd edition) gives information about allowances for eligible students beginning pre-registration healthcare programmes on or after 1 August 2019.
Roadies, a new Showtime comedy following the road crew of a fictional major touring band, is set to officially premiere on Showtime on Sunday, June 26th. The series, created by music industry veteran Cameron Crowe (Almost Famous), puts the hard-working individual members of the often-overlooked crew in the spotlight by providing an insider’s look at the lives of some roadies for the Staton-House Band. Although they don’t have the prolific lives and public scandals of the rockers who take the stage each night, there is still enough recklessness and romance to go around with the road crew. The roadies persevere through the issues they face in their personal lives to make sure the show goes on as planned every night.Ahead of the official Showtime release on Sunday, the network has allowed fans on YouTube and the Showtime app to watch the series premiere early. Check out the full episode below:The show’s premiere episode is sure to pique the interest of any music fan. The dialogue is well-written and clever, and the characters are strange and lovable–like the conspiracy-nut bass tech from New Jersey who speaks in a fake British accent, the wise, road-worn tour bus driver who spouts advice like “It’s my opinion that in like you need two things to survive: oxygen and family. Everything else is dessert” (played with emotion by Luis Guzman), the grizzled felon head roadie (the hilarious Ron White) who shouts things like “when you look at me, you’re lookin’ at Rock n’ Roll in America!”, the spike-clad rocker kid who just got fired from Pearl Jam‘s crew but still would “take a bullet for McCready, ‘cus those are my guys!”, the crazy stalker groupie (“You live for what you live for. I live for this band.”), and many more. It’s a show about quite literally living for live music, and the ways people devote themselves to the music in order to feel close to it.Needless to say, we’ll be setting our DVRs for this one. Check out new episodes every Sunday night on Showtime.
Writer, producer and story editor Tom Leopold served up his reflections on faith with a side of comedy during his one-man show, “A Comedy Writer Finds God,” on Thursday night at Saint Mary’s. Leopold, who has worked with shows like “Will and Grace,” “Cheers,” “Seinfeld” and “The Chevy Chase Show,” converted from Judaism to Catholicism a few years ago. At the beginning of the show, Leopold explained the title of his program. “God was fine, He wasn’t lost,” he said. “I may have been a little bit, but He was fine.” The performance included an array of jokes about his life growing up but also some commentary on how he got to where he is today. The show told the story about his personal journey to faith and finding his place in the world with God by his side. “That’s the great thing about having faith and religion – feeling like you belong,” he said. Leopold grew up in a Jewish family in Miami but never really gave much thought to God as a child or even as an adult. He said when he got married and had his two daughters, he still had not truly considered why or how he had been so fortunate. “I knew [my family] was blessed,” he said. “I never stopped to think by who, I just knew that we were lucky.” Leopold said his religious experiences began to change a few years ago when his youngest daughter became deathly ill and had to be hospitalized. After the family experienced a particularly difficult Christmas Eve away from her while she underwent treatment, he said he felt “so sad that I could break” and decided to pray to God for a sign. “I didn’t know how to do it, but I actually started to pray,” he said. “For the first time in my life, I was praying.” Through a series of events, conversations and experiences, Leopold said he seriously considered converting to Catholicism. He said he found himself at this new point in his life, and it was a welcome and necessary change. “Religion is a leap of faith,” he said. “After everything I had been through and that had happened to me, I was ready to leap.” Tonight’s performance concluded Leopold and comedian Bill Persky’s two-day visit to the College. Persky, a five-time Emmy award winning writer, director and producer, is best known for his work on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” “Kate and Allie,” “That Girl,” “Who’s the Boss” and “The Cosby Show.” Persky introduced Leopold during Thursday’s performance, and he said the headliner was a man very dear to him. During the trip, the comedic pair met with students for meals, taught private master classes and gave workshops. The duo also worked closely with English, theatre and communication students for discussion panels. This was Persky’s second visit to Saint Mary’s in just six months and Leopold’s first visit to the College. Persky said he was very excited to be back at Saint Mary’s. “It feels like coming back home,” he said. “We’ve spent a lot of time with the students here and they give you hope for the future. The young women at this school are so delightful.” Senior Rose Franzen was on of the students able to eat lunch with Leopold and Persky during their visit. She also attended the various workshops, master classes and Leopold’s one-man show. Franzen said she especially enjoyed Thursday evening’s performance for its inclusion of faith and God into the world of humor and laughter. “I thought [the performance] was really great,” she said. “I loved how he wove his comedy into his religious experience. Like he said – it’s not perfect, it’s him.”
In addition to Williams and Walken, the broadcast starred Tony winner Christian Borle as Mr. Darling and Smee, Tony nominee Kelli O’Hara as Mrs. Darling and Taylor Louderman as Wendy. A Great White Way family classic, Peter Pan premiered in 1954 at the Winter Garden Theatre, featuring a book by J.M. Barrie, music by Mark “Moose” Charlap and Jule Style, lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, direction and choreography by Jerome Robbins and Mary Martin in the lead role of the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. NBC has broadcast the musical live a total of three times previously: in 1955 (when it reached 65 million viewers), 1956 and 1960. People really like crowing (but not as much as yodeling). NBC’s December 4 telecast of Peter Pan Live!, starring Allison Williams as the title Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up and Christopher Walken as Captain Hook, delivered high-flying numbers. According to TheWrap, the three-hour program pulled in a total of 9.1 million viewers. While CBS topped NBC in total viewers on Thursday, the Peacock Network was first in ratings, drawing a 2.3 in the coveted 18-49 demographic. The telecast marked the second-biggest non-sports Thursday for the network (beat by—you guessed it—The Sound of Music.) While the Pan numbers mean good news for the network, last year’s The Sound of Music Live has it beat by double, having drawn a massive 18.5 million viewers overall on December 5, 2013. “We didn’t expect to reach the same rating as The Sound of Music,” said NBC honcho Robert Greenblatt in a statement, “since that was the first live movie event of its kind in over 50 years.” The lower (though still impressive) numbers aren’t stopping the network from bringing live musicals to the small screen: plans have already been announced for its next live musical event: The Music Man. View Comments
Related Shows from $95.00 Broadway.com Resident Artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson is no stranger to the merry old land of Oz, and he couldn’t resist going back for a return visit to see Broadway’s newest Wicked witches, Caroline Bowman (Elphaba) and Kara Lindsay (Glinda) in action. After witnessing the high-flying musical onstage, Squigs sketched a new tribute to the current Broadway cast. Check out the work of art above, then see Wicked at the Gershwin Theatre! Wicked Star Files View Comments About the Artist: With a desire to celebrate the magic of live theater and those who create it, and with a deep reverence for such touchstones as the work of Al Hirschfeld and the wall at Sardi’s, Squigs is happy and grateful to be among those carrying on the traditions where theater and caricature meet. He was born and raised in Oregon, lived in Los Angeles for quite a long time and now calls New York City his home. Caroline Bowman
Brazil has the third-worst outbreak of coronavirus globally with more than 4.1 million cases, passed this week by India for the second highest number of cases after the United States. More than 127,000 people have died from the disease, according to the official Health Ministry death toll.The high number of cases has led several vaccine makers to seek out Brazil for clinical trials. The country is testing a potential vaccine from AstraZeneca and has signed a memorandum of understanding to receive 30 million doses of it.Right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro, who has downplayed the severity of the coronavirus pandemic, on Tuesday repeated prior statements that vaccination would not be mandatory, although the government would still mount a vaccine campaign.”People cannot be injected with whatever, or forced,” Bolsonaro said in an afternoon event with Brazilian doctors. Topics : Brazil’s acting Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello said on Tuesday that a COVID-19 vaccine would be rolled out for all Brazilians in January 2021.”We are closing contracts with vaccine manufacturers and the forecast is that a vaccine will arrive for us starting in January next year and we will start vaccinating everyone,” Eduardo Pazuello said in a video posted to social media.Pazuello and other ministers were responding to questions from Esther Castilho, a 10-year-old YouTuber wearing a cowboy hat. Pazuello did not give details on which vaccine would be rolled out.
Western Visayas has 133 LGUs. The 23additional LGUs were in the following provinces: DSWDhas released P25,290,000 in SAP funds to the municipality of Zarragafor 4,215 qualified families in 24 barangays. This brought to 103 the LGUs now setto release cash assistance to their people economically displaced by theongoing enhanced community quarantine, according to Regional Director Ma.Evelyn Macapobre. * Capiz – Pontevedra, Ivisan,Maayon, Pilar, Dao, Cuartero, President Roxas, Dumalag, Jamindan, Panit-an,Pan-ay, Sapi-an, Sigma, and New Washington The SAP funds released to the 103LGUs so far reached P5,905,974,000. Eachbeneficiary received a cash subsidy of P6,000. AssistantSecretary for Specialized Programs Rhea Peñaflor said under Republic Act (RA)11469 or the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, 18 million low-income families allover the country are expected to receive emergency cash assistance to mitigatethe impact of the coronavirus public health emergency. * Antique – San Remigio, Bugasong,Sibalom, Pandan, and Caluya As of April 15, the 30 LGUs yet tobe released SAP funds were the following: * Iloilo – Carles, Pavia * Aklan – Tangalan, Buruanga,Makato, and Balete * Iloilo – San Miguel, Sara, Dingle,Lambunao, Leon, Batad, Concepcion, Santa Barbara, San Dionisio, Leganes, andLemery Yesterday, DSWD and the LGU of Zarraga, Iloilostarted distributing SAP cash grants to 4,215 family beneficiaries. ILOILO City – Twenty-three morelocal government units (LGUs) in Western Visayas received Social AmeliorationProgram (SAP) funds from the Department of Social Welfare and Development(DSWD) for distribution to their constituents. Asof yesterday, the town already distributed P768,000 cash aid to 128 families inbarangays Dawis Centro, Dawis Norte, and Dawis Sur. “Ginapangabaygid namon ining LGUs nga dasig-dasigon or coordinatediri sa DSWD para mahatagankahigayunan ang aton pumoluyo sa inyo nga banwa nga makabaton sangassistance,” said Peñaflor./PN Underthe SAP, the LGU should pay out the beneficiaries within five days after thetransfer of funds. RICHER BY P6,000. A resident of Barangay Dawis Sur, Zarraga, Iloilo receives her cash aid of P6,000 from the national government’s Social Amelioration Program for people economically displaced by the enhanced community quarantine. Twenty-three more local government units (LGUs) in Western Visayas received Social Amelioration Program funds from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) for distribution to their constituents. This brought to 103 the LGUs now set to release cash assistance to their people, according to Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre. DSWD-6 PHOTO * Negros Occidental – Talisay City Peñaflorwas in Barangay Dawis, Zarraga yesterday to oversee the distribution of cashaid to 70 beneficiaries amounting to P420,000. * Aklan – Batan, Numancia, Madalag,Malay, Ibajay, Nabas, Altavas, Banga, Leso, Malinao, Libacao, and Kalibo * Guimaras – Nueva Valencia * Antique – San Jose * Capiz – Tapaz * Guimaras – Buenavista
I am sure you have heard about some of the things coming out of the New York Mets starting pitchers. If you haven’t, here are a couple examples. Terry Collins allowed his starting pitchers to decide the uniform, style, and color on the days they were pitching. In fact, they kept stats on the records achieved for every game uniform style worn both at home and away. I think you might call this wanting to take superstition to a new level.In fact, Matt Harvey and his agent (plus his doctor) wanted to dictate to the Mets how may pitches he would throw during the season. In fact, the agent set up press conferences putting out these demands. In the end, Harvey had enough sense to follow his managers wants and not what his agent wanted.What can we expect next from pro athletes? Their own uniform–different from the rest of the team? Who knows?
The closest feature finish of the evening came in the Mach-1 Sport Compacts as Lucas Parsons, Oliver Monson and Kaytee DeVries finished within a car length of each other as they crossed the finish line 1-2-3. By Greg Grabianowski Burns took the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature holding off a late challenge from Brandon Nielsen. The Algona driver was racing with a heavy heart as his grandmother had passed away earlier in the day and in a victory lane interview, dedicated the race to her. Brandon Nielsen took the runner-up spot as Cody Nielsen was third. Jay Sidles grabbed the early lead before an early caution. The race resumed as Burns used the high side to get past Sidles on lap four. He built a comfortable lead only to see Nielsen closing fast, but Burns slammed the door to set off a wild celebration in victory lane with his first career victory. James Burns became a first-time IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature winner Thursday at Kossuth County Speedway. (Photo by Greg Grabianowski) Austin Wolf was the IMCA Modified winner and Jake Masters dominated in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature. Matt Looft paced the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod headliner. ALGONA, Iowa (July 16) – James Burns won his first career feature race to highlight an exciting night of dirt track racing at the Kossuth County Speedway on Thursday. The big night of racing drew another nice crowd count of 104 cars filling the pit area looking for a tune up for the upcoming Salute to Veterans show.