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Get Tix to Public Theater Shows Starring John Krasinski, Phylicia Rashad & More

first_img Related Shows Now’s your chance to get up close and personal with a pair of TV favorites off-Broadway! Tickets are now on sale for two upcoming shows at the Public Theater, headlined by former The Office star John Krasinski and former The Cosby Show star Phylicia Rashad.First up is Dry Powder, led by Krasinski in his theatrical debut. Directed by Hamilton’s Thomas Kail, the new play is scheduled to begin previews on March 1 and open on March 22. The same week his private equity firm forced massive layoffs at a national grocery chain, Rick threw himself an extravagant engagement party, setting off a publicity nightmare. Fortunately, Seth (Krasinski), one of Rick’s managing directors, has a win-win deal to invest in an American-made luggage company for a song and rescue his boss from the company’s PR disaster. But Jenny, Seth’s counterpart, has an entirely different plan: to squeeze every last penny out of the company, no matter the human toll. The production will run through April 10 at the Public Theater off-Broadway.Tony winner Rashad will return to the Public Theater to headline the New York premiere of Head of Passes. Penned by Tarell Alvin McCraney and directed by Tina Landau, the new drama about family, acceptance and the power of faith will begin previews on March 15, 2016 in the Newman Theater. Opening night is set for March 28.Inspired by the Book of Job, Head of Passes is set at the mouth of the Mississippi River. Shelah’s (Rashad) family and friends have come to celebrate her birthday and save her from a leaking roof but unexpected events turn the reunion into the ultimate test of faith and love. As her world seems to collapse around her, Shelah must fight to survive the rising flood of life’s greatest challenges. The cast will also include Alana Arenas, Francois Battiste, Kyle Beltran and J. Bernard Calloway. View Comments Dry Powder Show Closed This production ended its run on May 1, 2016last_img read more

 

New York state pension fund considering divestment from 27 coal companies

first_imgNew York state pension fund considering divestment from 27 coal companies FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Reuters:New York state’s top pension fund official said it was reviewing whether to divest from 27 coal companies and could make decisions on $98 million in holdings within two months. The reviews by the third-largest U.S. state pension system, with $211 billion under management, could set the tone for other retirement plans facing public concerns about climate change.New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli in an interview on Tuesday said his office began reaching out several weeks ago to companies with at least 10% of revenue from thermal coal, or coal burned to produce electricity.The pension fund sent letters asking how much they are spending to move away from coal burned to produce electricity, and how much of their revenue stems from low-emission technologies, among other factors. He declined to estimate how many companies might be excluded.Under review are Arch Coal Inc, Consol Energy Inc, and Peabody Energy Corp, among others. The shares make up just a fraction of the $211 billion in total assets of the state public pension system, making any decision somewhat symbolic, DiNapoli acknowledged.Other pension systems have taken similar steps including the largest, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS), which said in 2017 it had sold stock in 14 companies including Arch and Peabody, following a state law requiring it to study and potentially divest from the sector.DiNapoli intends to begin reviews of other energy holdings, such as for investments related to oil sands projects, as soon as this year, he said.[Ross Kerber and Gary McWilliams]More: New York state pension fund puts 27 coal companies under reviewlast_img read more

 

Indian Army lauds Subedar Gunasekaran after he wins 3 Golds at Wuhan

first_img Written By Subedar Anandan Gunsekaran an officer of the Indian Army has won three Gold Medals in the 7th Military World Games 2019 in Wuhan. The Indian Army has congratulated the champion and lauded his efforts. ‘We are proud of you’  Nisha Qureshi FOLLOW US 11 months ago Vinesh Phogat loses Pre-quarters,can still qualify for Tokyo Olympics SUBSCRIBE TO US 10 months ago Gunasekaran and Shivpal win gold for India in 7th World Military games Subedar Anandan Gunsekaran wins three Gold medalsSubedar Anandan clinched three Gold medals for the Indian Army on Tuesday in the seventh World Military games 2019 in Wuhan. The officer has won the Gold in 100,200 and 400-meter categories each. Anandan has also qualified for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 after winning the 200-meter event in Handisport Open Paris 2019. Anandan is the first Indian Para Athlete in the TT-44 category to win a medal for the Army and break the Asian Record. He was sponsored by the Indian Army and Paralympic Committee of India for the Sri Lanka Army Para Games where he bagged a silver medal in the 100-meter event and a Gold in the 200-meter event. In 2018, he participated in Para Asian Games 2018 held at Jakarta, winning silver in 400 meters and bronze in the 200 meters events.READ | Gunasekaran and Shivpal win gold for India in 7th World Military gamesGunasekaran suffered a mine blast injury A member of the Madras Sappers since September 2005, he was posted to the 10th Engineer Regiment. On June 4, 2008, Anandan stepped on a mine, resulting in a blast. Gunasekaran was then provided with an artificial leg. “If there is one dream I have, it is to run along with the able-bodied individuals in a competitive race” he had said in a statement to the media. Despite, all the setbacks he received he continued to pursue his sporting interests with his new appendage, qualifying for a range of para-athletic events.READ | Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Puneri Paltan: Jaipur bag first PKL home winREAD | Vinesh Phogat loses Pre-quarters,can still qualify for Tokyo Olympics First Published: 30th October, 2019 09:48 IST LIVE TV 11 months ago Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Puneri Paltan: Jaipur bag first PKL home win 11 months ago WWE World Championship: Eddie Guerrero’s historic win back in 2004 COMMENT Last Updated: 30th October, 2019 09:48 IST Indian Army Lauds Subedar Gunasekaran After He Wins 3 Golds At Wuhan The Indian Army has congratulated and lauded Subedar Anandan’s efforts after he bagged three golds for the Indian Army in the 2019 Wuhan World Military Games WATCH US LIVE 11 months ago PKL | TAM vs GUJ: Thalaivas vs Fortunegiants match prediction WE RECOMMENDlast_img read more

 

Glo Premier League wrap :Week 20

first_imgHEARTS VS LIONSA second half winner ensured Hearts of Oak kept the roaring Heart of Lions in check at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday in the Glo Premier League.Joseph Mugre grabbed the winner for the Phobians fifteen minutes before the end to win 2-1.David Duncan’s side, who had been battling t lift themselves from the bottom ranks of the table are now lying 11th on the log with ten games to go.Lions drew first blood when Kweku Andoh struck in the 19th minute to silence the home support.But eight minutes later, Mahatma Otoo drew the Phobians level before Mugre sealed the win in the second half. KOTOKO VS WA ALL STARSAsante Kotoko dropped valuable points in their chase of the summit in the Glo Premier League after drawing goalless against Wa All Stars on Sunday.The Porcupine Warriors are now third on the standings and four points behind leaders, Medeama who won at home against Aduana Stars.Despite the setback, Kotoko’s title defence remains on course as the season has ten more matches to go.For Wa All Stars, who could have claimed all three points against Kotoko, they are still unbeaten in the second round of the league. MEDEAMA Vs ADUANALeaders Medeama have now opened a 3-point lead at the summit of the Glo Premier League after defeating title contenders, Aduana Stars 3-1 on Sunday.Aduana had defender Emmanuel Akuoku sent off before the break after he conceded a penalty to the home team.The home win will give Medeama a little respite after Asante Kotoko failed to win in Wa.Godfred Saka canceled Godbless Asamoah’s 19th opener for Medeama at the T&A Park when he redeemed himself for his role in the home side’s goal by finding the back of the net from a freekick. But a before the break, Godfred Rockson restored Medeama’s lead from a penalty in the 44th minute.Back from the break, Aduana, playing with ten men could not match their opponents as Bismarck Asiedu ended their attempts to find the equaliser when he scored the third goal for Medeama.DWARFS VS LIBERTYEbusua Dwarfs are back in contention for a top-four place after defeating Liberty Professionals on Sunday in the Glo Premier League.After a goalless first half at the Robert Mensah Stadium, Dwarfs scored the opener which proved to be the match winner in the 63rd minute. Bright Lukman who was brought down in the box, picked himself up to send goalkeeper Daniel Agyei the wrong way.The three points earned has pushed Dwarfs to fifth place on the table.FAISAL VS ARSENALBerekum Arsenal’s survival hopes in the Glo Premier League suffered on Sunday following defeat to King Faisal.After managing to hold Faisal in the first half, Arsenal were undone when substitute Kofi Owusu scored in the 53rd minute. The struggles of the Berekum side were further compounded when Akwasi Awuni was sent off 13 minutes after the opener.Arsenal have 16 points and are one place above the bottom side but have a good chance of playing themselves out of the relegation zone depending on their results in the remaining ten matches.RTU VS CHELSEABerekum Chelsea continued their title charge on Sunday with a 1-0 win over bottom side, Real Tamale United in the Glo Premier League.A fifth minute goal by Joseph Ato-Bissah was all that Chelsea needed to keep the pressure on leaders, Medeama, who are now three points clear. Any hope of an RTU point at the Golden City Park was blown when Mohammed Aminu saw his 32nd minute penalty kick saved by Chelsea goalkeeper John Moosie.RTU, have now gone 1,800 minutes without a win as they continue their chase for a first win.Sitting bottom of the table, they have lost 15 times, drawn five and conceded 39 goals.last_img read more