Dennehy and Farrow will appear in the production September 13 through October 10. Burnett will then step in for Farrow and play opposite Dennehy October 11 through November 7. Alda and Bergen will take over November 8 through December 5. Keach and Rigg will play December 6 through January 9, 2015. Huston and Sheen will then play January 10, 2015 through February 15. Directed by Gregory Mosher, Love Letters is a funny and emotional portrait about the powerful connection of love. Two friends, rebellious Melissa Gardner and straight-arrow Andrew Makepeace Ladd III have exchanged notes, cards and letters with each other for over 50 years. From second grade, through summer vacations, to college, and well into adulthood, they have spent a lifetime discussing their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, and victories and defeats. But long after the letters are done, the real question remains: Have they made the right choices or is the love of their life only a letter away? Love Letters originally opened off-Broadway in March 1989, starring Kathleen Turner and John Rubinstein. The play changed its cast every week and other notable names that appeared in that incarnation included Victor Garber, Julie Harris, Christopher Reeve and Christopher Walken. The show transferred to Broadway in October of that year, with Lynn Redgrave, John Clark, Stockard Channing and more appearing in the production. View Comments Love Letters Tickets are now available for the starry Broadway revival of A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters. The production will officially open on September 18 at the Nederlander Theatre, starring Brian Dennehy and Mia Farrow. The pair will be followed by casts of stars in strictly limited engagements that include Alan Alda, Candice Bergen, Carol Burnett, Anjelica Huston, Stacy Keach, Diana Rigg and Martin Sheen. Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 14, 2014 Related Shows
The supply of oilheat in the Northeast is approximately 17 percent higher than last year and the strongest it has been in the last five years, according to EIA. Retail heating oil prices in the Northeast have dropped about 40 percent, according to EIA. In Vermont, prices have dropped approximately 42 percent, according to the Vermont Dept of Public Service. The Winter Fuels Outlook is available at http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/steo/pub/oct09.pdf(link is external)The Vermont September Fuel Price Report is available at http://publicservice.vermont.gov/pub/vt-fuel-price-report.html(link is external)”The Winter Fuels Outlook is a sign that the 2009-2010 supply of heating oil should be abundant with appealing prices for consumers compared to last winter. Vermont’s oilheat retailers will once again deliver consumers a high-quality, safe, clean and efficient heating fuel,” according to Matt Cota with the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association.
By Julieta Pelcastre/Diálogo August 31, 2018 The Colombian Navy gathered naval institutions from nine partner nations of the Americas and Europe in Colombia’s Caribbean waters. The Sail Cartagena 2018 maritime event strengthened bonds of cooperation and friendship among different naval forces, July 21st-26th. The nautical event, held in Cartagena, Colombia, every four years since 2006, was well attended. “We had a naval week with seven training ships, two naval vessels from partner nations, and more than 2,000 sailors present,” said Colombian Navy Rear Admiral Francisco Cubides Granados, commandant of Colombia’s Admiral Padilla Naval Academy and executive secretary of Sail Cartagena 2018. “It was the perfect scenario to promote hemispheric wellbeing in the maritime field.” Sail Cartagena seeks to promote greater and better regional and hemispheric integration between the world’s navies and make Cartagena de Indias a travel and nautical destination in the Caribbean and the Americas. Argentina’s ARA Libertad, Brazil’s NVe Cisne Branco, Chile’s Esmeralda, Honduras’s FNH Lempira, Mexico’s ARM Cuauhtémoc, Peru’s BAP Unión, Portugal’s NRP Sagres, and the USCGC Hamilton, as well as the host, Colombia’s ARC Gloria, anchored at the docks of la Bodeguita, Edurbe, and Sociedad Portuaria. Crew members shared experiences and enjoyed the attractions of the historic walled city, a world heritage site. At the event, 75,000 international and local tourists discovered the culture of each country through their vessels. “Each boat is a floating embassy full of history, culture, and traditions, with a goodwill message from the friendly side of the navy,” Colombian Navy Rear Admiral Juan Ricardo Rozo, commandant of the Noncommissioned Officers Naval Academy, told Diálogo. “It’s not just about maritime military operations to counter criminal groups’ activities, but also to bring a goodwill message.” Tokens of friendship The inauguration ceremony included a welcome nautical parade with hundreds of sailboats and yachts gathered by the channel to access the docks. “The town’s whole nautical community showed up to welcome [the training ships],” Rear Adm. Cubides told Diálogo. “It was the perfect moment to show Cartagena’s nautical history to visitors.” The Peruvian ship BAP Unión was received with a 21-gun salute to honor its first entry into Colombia. The event included a military parade on the bay, the exhibition of naval vessels, and the participation of more than 250 sailors of partner nations. “Each crew displayed their flags, emblems, and banners with pride,” Rear Adm. Cubides said. Among the naval activities, crews carried out a knot-tying contest. The Peruvian crew, demonstrating skills and precision, won first place, followed by Colombia’s ARC Gloria and Portugual’s NPR Sagres. More than 5,000 attendees took part in culinary fairs, cultural celebrations, and a farewell concert. The event also commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Colombian Navy training ship ARC Gloria. According to the Colombian Navy, the ship has flown its flag in 77 countries and trained more than 4,000 students in seafaring practices. The best collaboration “Although some adjustments need to be made, the peace process has brought wellbeing for the whole Colombian population,” Rear Adm. Cubides said. “The country’s economy is growing; people already feel the peace in their everyday lives.” Sail Cartagena has grown from previous versions. For Rear Adm. Rozo, the meeting of commanders and the nautical events “are an example of how these activities strengthen capabilities [and] relations among the different navies, because we all join efforts and capabilities.” “It was special to see children happy, asking questions as they toured vessels. These children might have the opportunity to be members of an institution like the Colombian Navy in the future. All these activities strengthen bonds of cooperation and brings us closer to the population,” Rear Adm. Rozo concluded.
—– The driver of the tractor-trailer was hauling freight from Wilkes-Barre, Pa. to Buffalo, N.Y. —– 2:07 P.M. UPDATE: KIRKWOOD (WBNG) — The Broome County Sheriff’s Office has identified the victim of Friday morning’s crash as 80-year-old David J. Sheeran of Yonkers, N.Y. Authorities did not release the name of the driver of the car. KIRKWOOD (WBNG) — The Broome County Sheriff’s Office says the car involved in the crash pulled in front of the tractor-trailer from the shoulder of the road. Stay with us here on 12 News for any updates throughout the day. 9:44 A.M. UPDATE: KIRKWOOD (WBNG) — One person is dead after an early-morning tractor-trailer crash in Kirkwood. It happened around 4:30 a.m. Friday on I-81 southbound near Exit 1. Multiple emergency crews were on the scene including New York State Police, the Broome County Sheriff’s Office and Five Mile Point Fire Department. The sheriff’s office says the car pulled in front of the tractor-trailer “without warning.” According to the Broome County Sheriff’s office, a preliminary investigation shows that the tractor-trailer was traveling on I-81 northbound, crossed over the median and hit the car, traveling on I-81 southbound, head-on. The tractor-trailer then took out a highway sign, before stopping in a wooded area with the car still pinned to the front of the truck.
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– Advertisement – First-half strikes from Youri Tielemans and Dries Mertens proved enough to sink Gareth Southgate’s side, who were without Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire.Tielemans grabbed the opener after 10 minutes and, after Harry Kane – making his 50th England appearance – saw a chance cleared off the line, the world’s top-ranked team doubled their lead through a brilliant Mertens free-kick.Scotland made to wait Wales stayed top of Group B4 with a hard-fought 1-0 win over the Republic of Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium.David Brooks headed the only goal of the game after 66 minutes, maintaining a one-point lead over Finland, who they face in their final group fixture in Cardiff on Wednesday.The Republic, who were reduced to 10 men in stoppage time after Jeff Hendrick was red-carded, face a relegation decider against Bulgaria in Dublin.Finland kept pace with Wales after a 2-1 victory in Bulgaria.Trouble ahead of Northern Ireland There was more frustration for Northern Ireland as two late goals consigned them to a 2-1 defeat in Austria and likely relegation.Josh Magennis gave the visitors the lead as they rebounded well from the disappointment of missing out on Euro 2020 qualification three days ago.But late goals from Louis Schaub and Adrian Grbic turned the tie around, with Northern Ireland’s fate set to be sealed if, as expected, Romania are awarded three points from their postponed game against Norway.Full Nations league results…North Macedonia 2-1 EstoniaSlovakia 1-0 ScotlandAlbania 3-1 KazakhstanBelarus 2-0 LithuaniaBulgaria12FinlandGeorgia12ArmeniaNetherlands 3-1 Bosnia and HerzegovinaTurkey 3-2 RussiaWales 1-0 Republic of IrelandAustria 2-1 Northern IrelandBelgium 2-0 EnglandCzech Republic 1-0 IsraelDenmark 2-1 IcelandHungary 1-1 SerbiaItaly 2-0 PolandMoldova 0-2 GreeceSlovenia 2-1 Kosovo Highlights of the Nations League Group A2 match between Belgium and England – Advertisement – 4:48 Highlights of the Nations League Group A1 match between Italy and Poland 4:26 Italy stay top of the group after a 2-0 win over Poland, and will seal victory in the group if they win in Bosnia on Wednesday.An early Jorginho penalty and a second-half strike from Domenico Berardi clinched victory for the Italians, while Poland had Jacek Goralski sent off late on. Two Christian Eriksen penalties earned Denmark a narrow 2-1 win over Iceland and gives them hope of overhauling the Belgians when Group A2’s top two meet on Wednesday.The Danes’ hopes appeared to have been extinguished when Vidar Kjartansson equalised for the visitors in the 85th minute, but Eriksen made the most of a second spot-kick opportunity deep in injury time.England’s slim hopes of returning to the UEFA Nations League finals came to an end as they were beaten 2-0 by Belgium in Group A2. Highlights of the Nations League Group A2 match between Denmark and Iceland 2:26 Georginio Wijnaldum scored twice as Netherlands got their campaign back on track with a 3-1 win over Bosnia, which relegates the visitors from Group A1.Wijnaldum scored both his goals in the opening 14 minutes, before Memphis Depay added a third, with Smail Prevljak scoring a late consolation for Bosnia. Highlights of the Nations League Group B2 match between Slovakia and Scotland – Advertisement – 4:47 5:19 Highlights of the Nations League Group B4 match between Wales and the Republic of Ireland 4:06 4:46 Highlights of the Nations League Group B1 match between Austria and Northern Ireland Highlights of the Nations League Group A1 match between the Netherlands and Bosnia and Herzegovina Scotland missed a chance to clinch top spot in Group B2 as they were brought back down to earth with a bump in Slovakia.Just days after their famous penalty shoot-out win in Serbia to qualify for the Euro 2020 finals, the Scots were sunk by a deflected long-range effort from Jan Gregus in the first half.Oli McBurnie and Leigh Griffiths were both denied after the break, but the Scots can still win the group if they beat Israel on Wednesday.Israel were beaten 1-0 by Czech Republic on Sunday evening.Wales and Finland set for winner-takes-all showdown Eriksen the hero for Denmark – Advertisement –
Facebook Linkedin Forgot Password ? Log in with your social account refugees West-Jakarta UNHCR asylum-seekers asylum In an abandoned building in West Jakarta, refugees from various war-torn countries live crammed in tiny rooms and tents. There is no electricity, no running water and often no food or drinking water. Approximately 250 refugees live in the complex. The majority come from Afghanistan, and some are from Pakistan, Iraq, and Somalia. Feroza, 21, fled with her in-laws from Pakistan nearly three years ago. She shares a cramped room with eight other people, which consists of two tents, a pillow, and a blanket draped over the floor.“Every night we spend in tears, in the darkness, without water, without any facilities,” she said. “We can’t say whether tomorrow we’ll be alive or not. People become fed up with hunger. They die with hunger here.” None of the refugees in the camp know how long they will have to remain in Indonesi… Google Topics : LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here
A Spanish military pilot was killed when his plane crashed into the Mediterranean Sea during an aerial acrobatics display on Thursday.After recovering debris from the plane off the east coast of Spain, the airforce confirmed on Twitter that the pilot was dead.It was the third deadly air force accident in the Murcia region in six months.Last August, a military instructor died when his plane crashed in the same area. The following month another instructor and his trainee died in another crash.Topics :
The IORP stress tests the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) wants to launch later this month should not be based on “something hypothetical”, according to Matti Leppälä, chief executive at PensionsEurope. Leppälä took particular issue with the controversial ‘holistic balance sheet’ accounting approach. “Why does EIOPA need to stress the HBS, which does not exist yet and has not been approved by anybody?” he asked.Further, he pointed out “we have not received a proper answer to this question” yet. Leppälä told IPE he was “unsure whether EIOPA was really pushing the HBS” or using the stress tests to see whether “it makes sense”.But he also stressed that his organisation did not support the HBS approach, as it was “conceptually wrong” and “unsuitable as a regulatory instrument”.“Simpler alternatives”, such as ALM studies and continuity analyses, should instead be used, as the have the “same goals but are cheaper and have less model uncertainty because they are in use”.Leppälä also criticised the stress test itself, which has “a lot of shortcomings because it has a short-term focus”.“This stress test will give just a snap-shot picture,” he said.“It does not enable the long-term evaluation of the sustainability of the IORP.”He added: “For a long-term evaluation, you would need a dynamic stress test that includes the recovery periods – otherwise, you cannot draw any conclusions on whether the system is stable.”He questioned whether the stress test – which includes DC plans for the first time – could provide any significant information on the impact on members and beneficiaries.Leppälä also noted that EIOPA’s aim to cover at least 50% of the national markets was most likely to be achieved by getting the biggest pension funds to participate.“Of course, if and when that happens, results will be biased and unrepresentative of the sector as a whole,” he said.
An Australian yacht racing heavyweight, Mark ‘Squark’ Bradford helped his crew set a new race record in the Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race this year. RELATED: Yacht racing millionaire flicks massive Riparian unit 11 Norbiton St, is a surprise listing in the sleepy suburb of Zillmere.THE skipper of Queensland’s Sydney-Hobart supermaxi, Black Jack, is selling his Zillmere home less than a month after Black Jack owner Peter Harburg made a multimillion-dollar sale on his double apartment in Brisbane’s Riparian Plaza skyscraper. A modified Black Jack. shown here competing at this week’s SOLAS Big Boat Challenge in Sydney Harbour, is expected to perform well in the Sydney-Hobart yacht race.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoThe $400,000 renovation of 11 Norbiton St, Zillmere was turned into a team building exercise for the Bradford family after they purchased the 1956 Queensland War Service home in 2013 for $428,000. The renovation has turned a three bedroom War Service house into a luxury home.The house, on a 620sq m block has been raised and extended to double the internal floor space. Black Jack owner Peter Harburg’s Riparian Plaza apartment that sold last month.MORE: A new wing extends the living space to include a back deck.It is now a four-bedroom house with a study, large covered entertaining areas and a competition height basketball hoop with concreted court area.Zillmere’s median house price is $200,000 less than the Brisbane median, at $480,000, CoreLogic property data shows.Four houses have sold for $1 million or more in Zillmere and the highest sale of 2018 so far has been 28 Fisher Parade, which sold for $799,000 in August.Black Jack owner Peter Harburg had a price guide of $5.2 to $5.6m on his inner city Riparian apartment at 4602/71 Eagle St. It was sold for an undisclosed amount in November. Skipper Mark Bradford and owner Peter Harburg in front of the crew of Black Jack at this year’s Brisbane to Gladstone yacht race. The Queensland supermaxi broke the race record with a course time of just under 17 hours.He is now preparing for his 13th Sydney-Hobart yacht race which kicks off on Boxing Day.