ONSTAGEChip Winn Wells (left) and Rachel Bouchard in a scene from the Vintage Theatre production of “Always a Bridesmaid.” DenverMind MediaAlways A Bridesmaid 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday or 2 p.m. Sunday. The Vintage Theatre, 1468 Dayton St. Tickets are $32 at the door. Call 303-856-7830 for more information.The long-standing tradition of the rhythmically predictable American sitcom hasn’t been killed off just yet. At least, not at the Vintage Theatre in Aurora. Ceaseless punchlines? Check. Excessive eye-rolling and exaggerated frowns? By the bucketload. Crass, hollow jokes about love, sex and marriage? Naturally. The only missing ingredient that would have turned The Vintage’s current summer production into an 8 p.m. front runner is a laugh track. Well, that and a campy, brassy theme song accompanied by 30 to 60 seconds of goofy glances at the camera and an undue number of aerial shots of fill-in the blank-coastal city. Though slightly predictable, “Bridesmaid,” which is shooting for its penultimate weekend starting Aug. 21, is a goofily comical take on recurring wedding preparation. Starring Cindy Hall, Suzanne Nepi, Kathi Wood, Cindy Ladadio-Hill and Rachel Bouchard, the 90-minute romp plays out quite a bit like a “Golden Girls” episode, which, honestly is sorta great — in doses. So, thank you for being a Bridesmaid, or something.Clarence Darrow for the Defense 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday. The Aurora Fox Studio Theatre, 9900 E. Colfax Ave. Tickets are $25. Call 303-739-1970 or visit aurorafoxartscenter.org for more information.Eat your hearts out, legal wonks and history nerds. One of the most decorated American lawyers of all time — outside of Charlie Kelly and his burgeoning bird law practice, that is —Clarence Darrow took part in some of the most well known, yet infamous, trials of the early 20th century, including the Scopes “Monkey” trial as well as that for thrill killers Leopold and Loeb. This new Slingshot Theatre production at The Aurora Fox Arts Center walks through some of Darrow’s more notable lifetime achievements and takes audiences to a time in American history when he was busy carving out the niche of “sophisticated country lawyer.” It was a move that helped lay the groundwork for Gregory Peck to win an Oscar for much the same type of personage. David Casiano stars. The show runs through Aug. 30.Kristian MatssonKristian Matsson is the best thing to have come out of Sweden since those delicious red fish — those, and the mouth-watering spheres of meat served at Ikea. Under the moniker The Tallest Man on Earth, Matsson has wooed the indie rock world with a croaky brand of folk that is just about perfect to blast on any Colorado mountain pass. 8 p.m. Aug. 26 at The Ogden Theatre, 935 E. Colfax Ave. Tickets start at $30. (Photo by Matt Perich)Terracotta Warriors 3DTerracotta Warriors 3D 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday with additional performances at 2:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday afternoon. The Newman Center at the University of Denver, 2344 E. Iliff Ave., Denver. Tickets start at $39. If you can’t afford to schlep to China this summer — or maybe you don’t want to deal with/have to read about that whole currency debacle — you can get a dose of Chinese culture at the University of Denver’s Newman Center this month. Centering on the tale of Emperor Qin, who ruled in the second century B.C., the musical is a dazzling spectacle of Chinese costumes and culture with more than 50 performing artists in town special for the show. It’s a tad unclear as to how the whole 3-D aspect plays into things, but if whatever that “Alice in Wonderland” thing from 2010 can sorta, kinda, somewhat pull it off, here’s to thinking maybe the folks at DU can as well. Maybe.
Like us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlFollow @NewPghCourier on Twitter https://twitter.com/NewPghCourier ALLEGHENY OLD TIMERS head coach Al Smith, middle, with players Marlin Kimbrew and Floyd Means. (Photo by Rob Taylor Jr.)MCKEESPORT—The “Old Timers”—a term of endearment for these basketball stars who flooded basketball gymns across the Pittsburgh area this past weekend, providing a competitive, yet respectful product for all to witness.Here at the historic Neenie Campbell Memorial Gym, the Allegheny Old Timers faced a team from Westerville, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus.“This league is all about fellowship and friendship,” Allegheny Old Timers head coach Al Smith told the New Pittsburgh Courier in an exclusive interview. “It’s a fraternity. When the game’s over, it’s over, (and) we party together.”The American Old Timers basketball league, founded in Ohio, sports upwards of 12-16 teams in cities such as Cleveland, Dayton, Columbus and Detroit. There are three age divisions (35+, 45+ and 50+). The season begins in October, and a particular city gets to host a number of games on a particular weekend, every two weeks. Pittsburgh, more specifically “Allegheny,” hosted 14 games on Oct. 21—five in the 35+ category, five in the 45+, and four in the 50+. Many of the Oct. 21 games were played in McKeesport.“I’ve been coaching for 40 years,” Smith said, including St. Mary’s in Sharpsburg, under legendary Peabody High School head coach Norman Frey, and under Matt Furjanic of Robert Morris fame. “So, just like the (players), I’m still having fun.”Many of the league’s players spent time in Division 1 college ball, the NBA and overseas. The league holds their “Final Four” playoffs in April. Smith said the Allegheny team has won “five or six” championships since becoming a team in the 1980s.“They’re all competitors, but we still joke a lot. These guys never stopped playing,” Smith said. “To me, it’s just a great atmosphere and that’s why I coach.”
“I am excited and passionate about what the future holds for us and look forward to meeting the players and beginning our preparation for the new season.” His first role on his onw was short-lived at Valencia and he built his reputation back in Argentina with Estudiantes and Independiente. Upd. at 19:18 The Argentine joins the club from Alaves, who he left at the end of the season after a ninth-placed finish in La Liga and a run to the Copa del Rey final. Pellegrino, nuevo técnico del Southampton 23/06/2017 IN SPORT.ES EFE Southampton have confirmed the appointment of Mauricio Pellegrino as their new coach on a three-year deal. “I think my philosophy and the culture of the club will work well together. We have to be a team on and off the pitch; I want to make the supporters proud of the players and to feel part of the game every week. I want to win matches, be successful and develop a team spirit where everyone gives 100 per cent and supports each other. Following Alaves’ prmotion to La Liga last summer he was installed as the Basque side’s boss and left in May after an impressive season at the helm. CEST Pellegrino previously worked in England at Rafa Benitez’s assistanct at Liverpool and followed the Spanish coach to Inter Milan in 2010. “I am really happy to become the new coach of Southampton Football Club,” he told the club’s official website. “The club has a great reputation for having a strong and stable structure, competing in the Premier League and playing attractive football.
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By Hayley Wildes, Nick Creely and Russell Bennett AROUND THE GROUNDS MORNINGTON PENINSULA NEPEAN DIVISION TWO – ROUND 13 Karingal…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.
print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The nominees for the 2015/16 Continental Tyres Women’s National Awards have been unveiled ahead of the Awards Ceremony on May 18. All making the cut for the Best XI are representatives from Galway WFC, Peamount United, and UCD Waves, with three players – Karen Duggan, Claire O’Riordan and Aine O’Gorman – making it onto the team for a second successive year.Duggan and O’Gorman, who both play for UCD Waves, are in the running for the Senior Player of the Year alongside Wexford captain Kylie Murphy, while Evelyn Daly (Cork City WFC), Roma McLaughlin (Peamount United), and Keeva Keenan (Shelbourne Ladies FC) are up for the Young Player of the Year.The 2015/16 Continental Tyres Women’s National League Awards will take place in the Marker Hotel on Wednesday, May 18. There will also be a Services to Women’s Football Award presented and an presentation of Golden Boot award.Senior Player of the Year NomineesKaren Duggan (UCD Waves)Aine O’Gorman (UCD Waves)Kylie Murphy (Wexford Youths WFC)Young Player of the Year NomineesEvelyn Daly (Cork City WFC)Roma McLaughlin (Peamount United)Keeva Keenan (Shelbourne Ladies FC)2015/16 Team of the SeasonAmanda McQuillan (Shelbourne Ladies FC)Keeva Keenan (Shelbourne Ladies FC)Meabh De Burca (Galway WFC)Ruth Fahy (Wexford Youths WFC)Shauna Fox (Galway WFC)Karen Duggan (UCD Waves)Emma Hansberry (Wexford Youths WFC)Roma McLaughlin (Peamount United)Siobhan Killeen (Shelbourne Ladies FC)Claire O’Riordan (Wexford Youths WFC)Aine O’Gorman (UCD Waves) Wexford Youths WFC and Shelbourne Ladies FC, who played out a thrilling final game of the regular season to force a Play-Off for the title, have three players each selected to the Team of the Season.
12 March 2010The staff at Durban/eThekwini Municipality’s Revenue Call Centre have launched their own version of Football Fridays, wearing different football jerseys each week to represent the different countries that will be participating at the 2010 Fifa World Cup.Click arrow to play slideshow.Then click bottom right button for fullscreen (ESC to exit).To view captions in fullscreen, click “show info”.They are also planning to have their meals coordinate with whatever country they are supporting that week.“We will be representing each country with food, arts and culture”, says eThekwini Municipality’s Jade Estelle Chetty.Football Fridays News Desk
CCH Tax Day ReportAlaska Gov. Bill Walker’s efforts to get a personal income tax enacted during the General Assembly’s 2016 regular (TAXDAY, 2016/01/22, S.3 ) and five special sessions (TAXDAY, 2016/06/03, S.1 ) ended without any legislative action on his proposals.H.B. 5003e, failed to pass the Alaska State Legislature by adjournment on July 18, 2016
The Aussies were struggling at 27 for 4 in their second innings when veterans Ricky Ponting (60) and Michael Hussey (batting at 79) came to the team’s rescue on the third day of the first Test against India at Melbourne Cricket Ground on Wednesday. The duo has been facing criticism from the Australian media for their poor form with experts asking for them to be given the boot. However, the Aussie top order collapse brought out the best from the two cricketing giants. Repaying the faith imposed on them by the Aussie selectors, the veterans struck crucial half centuries to rescue the hosts. The duo was at its aggressive best adding a crucial 115 runs to power the hosts from 27 for 4 to 142 for 5 to save Australia the blushes and silence their critics. “I don’t care what people from outside the dressing room are saying. If I feel like I have got some support inside the dressing room then that’s all that really matters to me… There is plenty of motivation out there for me but first and foremost it’s for me to be a successful player in a successful team,” Ponting told newsmen after the third day’s game. The former Australian skipper had scored 62 in the first innings of the Test.