Here’s a look at who was on top and who was not for the week ending August 18: FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross) 1. The Lion King ($2,112,788) 2. Wicked ($1,871,050) 3. The Book of Mormon ($1,741,615) 4. Kinky Boots ($1,649,031) 5. Motown The Musical ($1,437,843) UNDERDOGS (By Gross) 5. First Date ($424,227) 4. Rock of Ages ($384, 217) 3. Let It Be ($316,572) 2. Forever Tango ($282,884) 1. Soul Doctor ($200,673)* from $75.00 With Labor Day just around the corner, Broadway fans are squeezing in trips to New York City to catch a show before school starts. The Lion King roared ahead at the box office this week as the only show to hit the $2 million mark. Big earners Matilda and Kinky Boots both broke their box office records, and the new musical Soul Doctor got a bump in sales on its opening week. Meanwhile, The Book of Mormon and Pippin packed in crowds with over 100% capacity. FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity) 1. The Book of Mormon (102.63%) 2. Kinky Boots (100.77%) 3. Matilda (100.75%) 4. Pippin (100.01%) 5. Motown The Musical (99.37%) View Comments The Lion King Related Shows UNDERDOGS (By Capacity) 5. Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark (78.55%)** 4. Annie (73.00%) 3. Cinderella (72.93%) 2. Forever Tango (64.74%) 1. Let It Be (39.58%) *Number based on four previews and four regular performances. **Number based on seven performances; the eighth was cancelled mid-show after cast member Daniel Curry was injured. Information provided by the Broadway League.
UK renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy, Natural Power, has appointed Pieter D’haen to the newly created role of International Director. D’haen joins Natural Power from Rame Energy plc, where he held the role of Chief Operating Officer, and prior to that as Technical Director at Seawind International.D’haen is said to bring over 12 years of global renewable energy experience to the role, through operating and growing businesses overseas. He holds an MBA from the OU Business School and has an MSc in Electromechanical Engineering.Ted Leeming, Managing Director at Natural Power, said: “Having restructured our core businesses over several years the employment of this role is extremely exciting to me as we are now in a position to expand and diversify our market leading services to existing multinational clients. This appointment also provides for increased focus into new geographic locations as well as bringing increased support to our existing core markets and agencies.”D’haen is based at the company’s global HQ at The Greenhouse in Dumfries and Galloway.“Natural Power recognises the constant flux and transformation in the renewable energy markets worldwide and through its strong growth on the international stage, is ideally placed to advise and lead its customers globally,” D’haen said.”My technical and commercial experience and skills will help to consolidate our international matrix businesses and ensure that we provide our clients with exceptional and market leading services, irrespective of the location, and to do so efficiently and sustainably.”
A woman who continued to provide unregulated immigration advice despite being suspended has avoided jail.Flora Mendes, from Luton, pretended to be a regulated solicitor and practised under the firm name of Arch’s Law – despite the Solicitors Regulation Authority having suspended her in January 2013.Mendes was convicted in her absence at Luton Magistrates’ Court last week of four counts of providing unregulated immigration advice.The 37-year-old was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment for each offence, to run concurrently, suspended for two years. She is also subject to a curfew order to run seven days a week until 29 August and was ordered to pay £2,325 in compensation and £2,881 in prosecution costs.District Judge Lee-Smith said Mendes had ‘left a trail of destruction towards vulnerable people she left in her wake’.Speaking about the sentence, immigration services commissioner Suzanne McCarthy said: ‘Ms Mendes chose to operate outside the law. I am delighted with the outcome of this case.‘I hope it sends a clear message to other people considering providing immigration advice – either act within the law or you will find yourself in court.’According to SRA records, Mendes was subject to an SRA intervention in January 2013 because of suspected dishonesty.The suspension of her practising certificate was lifted in May 2013 on the condition that she could not run a firm again.The SRA then announced last October she would be called to a hearing before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal to face five allegations.
UWF shot a 310 in the final round to drop a few spots after Monday rounds of 306 and 301 for a 917 total. COMPLETE RESULTSWINDERMERE, Fla. – The UWF women’s golf team finished in 16th place at the Peggy Kirk Bell Memorial played at The Golden Bear Club at Keene’s Pointe on Tuesday. Print Friendly Version UWF will return to action in two weeks when they travel to north Texas for the Lion Invitational, hosted by Texas A&M Commerce at Trophy Club Country Club, March 23-24. Sophomore Solange Gomez ended the tournament tied for 20th with a 72-71-78=221 score. Her 133 effort after 36 holes was her best in two years as an Argonaut. Dallas Baptist broke a 36-hole tie with Saint Leo by shooing a tournament-low 5-under-par 283 for a 859 total. SLU took second at 865 with Florida Southern in third at 867. Sophomore Ronja Taipale tied for 102nd at 90-76-79=245. Senior Kelie Kan had the low round of the day for UWF, signing for a 74 that moved her up three spots on the leaderboard into 41st with a 73-79-74=226 total. Freshman Payton Pacheco ended her first event since suffering an ankle injury with a 76-77-80=233 performance for 64th place. Sophomore Conlan McKernan turned in her best tournament as an Argo, shooting a 85-77-79=241. She was 3-over-par through 17 holes on Tuesday before making a nine on the final hole.
KENAI SPUR HIGHWAY, MP 8 to 12.4 PAVEMENT PRESERVATION: ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season.Be alert to nightly LANE RESTRICTIONS and flagging operations from 8:00pm to 6:00am as final paving of approaches, sidewalks and striping continues. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The State Department of Transportation is bringing two local road projects to a close; they’re in the final stages on the Kenai Spur and Sterling highways… STERLING HIGHWAY, MP 114 to 135: ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the season.Be alert to PILOT CAR operations and short DELAYS between Kasilof and Ninilchik (MP 114 to MP 135) from 8:00am to 8:00pm, seven days a week through mid-October due to paving.Expect flagging operations between South Coho (MP 114) and Clam Gulch (MP 118) due to approach work.
LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Temps in Campbell County will take off for the 90s again today. The average high of 82-degrees will hit about lunch time, and then it’s on to 90, maybe 91 for the afternoon high. Humidity increases through the day leaving us with a sunny, muggy and hot day that features an outside chance of a passing shower or storm. The trend continues into Tuesday as Wednesday brings a good chance of showers and storms.Once we clear Wednesday’s storms, cooler and drier air filters in to Campbell County. Expect sunny, warm and pleasant days Thursday through the weekend with highs around 80 with humidity in check. Nights will be a tad cool with lows in the 50s. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/08/2020-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
CEST IN SPORT.ES Upd. at 22:53 Barcelona will face Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan and Slavia Prague in this season’s Champions League draw following Thursday’s draw in Monaco.Barça also drew Inter at the same stage last season, winning at Camp Nou and drawing at the San Siro. However, Inter are now coached by Antonio Conte and have signed Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez, among others.There’s a familiar face on the Dortmund side, meanwhile, in the shape of former Barça striker Paco Alcacer, who joined the German side last summer on loan before making the move permanent.Czech side Slavia Prague complete the group but will have it tough against three of the competition’s better sides. Full draw: Group A Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Club Brugge, Galatasaray.Group B Bayern Munich, Tottenham Hotspur, Olympiacos, Red Star Belgrade.Group C Manchester City, Shakhtar Donetsk, Dinamo Zagreb, Atalanta.Group D Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, Lokomotiv Moscow.Group E Liverpool, Napoli, Salzburg, Genk.Group F Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Internazionale, Slavia Prague.Group G Zenit Saint Petersburg, Benfica, Lyon, RB Leipzig.Group H Chelsea, Ajax, Valencia, Lille. 29/08/2019 Borussia Dortmund, Inter y Slavia de Praga los rivales del FC Barcelona en la Champions League 2019 – 2020
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Upd. at 16:50 EFE “We have followed Guardiola for many years misunderstanding his game,” said Allegri. “Guardiola showed us the exception, it was not football for everyone. That historic Barcelona side was born with three great players who pressure high up and lock up rival defences in their areas. IN SPORT.ES CET “That way, the midfielders raise their position and attack the spaces and your defence can reach the centre of the field. But you have to have Iniesta, Xavi and Messi. We have interpreted something that only they could do as an idea suitable for everyone.” The Italian says Pep managed his great success with Barcelona between 2008-12 thanks “to three great players” in Xavi, Iniesta and Leo Messi. He told Courier della Sera that the play that team used cannot be applied to just any team. Allegri cuestiona a Guardiola 06/12/2019 Coach Massimiliano Allegri, who is a free agent after leaving Juventus in May, questioned Man City boss Pep Guardiola’s ideas. RELATED STORIES Chelsea can sign players in January after CAS reduce FIFA transfer ban
The Castlegar Skateboard Park next to the Sports Complex is host site for the next stop on the 2011 Kootenay Skateboard Series.The event, dubbed the 2011 Castlegar SK8 Jam is part of the Sunfest Celebrations in the Sunflower City and kicks off at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.The Kootenay Skateboard Series started last year as an idea of Ty Smith, who wanted to give boarders an opportunity to strut their stuff.Each event on tour has its own separate format and is individually sponsored but is sanctioned as part of the series.Some of the ideas include game of skate (skateboarding version of Horse), jams format that has competitors scored on style, speed and tricks or just tricks. Helmets are mandatory.Divisions include under-14 years; 15-plus open and a women’s category.Competitors receive 50 points just for showing up.Other points are accumulated on a sliding points scale — first 10 points, second nine points, third eight points, fourth seven points, fifth six points.Castlegar is the third stop on the circuit. The 2011 Kootenay Skateboard Series opened during Trail Silver City Days before heading to Kaslo for May Days.For more information check out the series website at http://bcskateboarding.org/2010-kssSkateboarders will not want to miss a couple of upcoming events set for June 10 in Castlegar and June 11 in Nelson at Finley’s Bar and Grill.On Friday June 10 at the Black Russian SK8shop in Castlegar, Mia is presenting the Art Show “Warrior”. The show was inspired by former skateboard star Josh Evin. There are skate ramps, a barbecue and free love all day.The event runs from noon to 6 p.m. at the Black Russian SK8shop, 1335 Columbia Ave.Saturday, June 11, there is a fundraiser for the Nelson sk8 Park at Finley’s Bar and Grill.Unfortunately, this event is only open to patrons over the age of 19. For a $10 donation, there are prizes for best party [email protected]