Finding Neverland Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016 Related Shows You gotta believe it—we’re bringing you another exclusive first look from Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Favorite New Musical winner Finding Neverland! This time it’s the turn of the Llewellyn Davies kids to take center stage—check out below a video of Sawyer Nunes, Alex Dreier, Aidan Gemme and Christopher Paul Richards singing the catchy number “Stars” from the second act. Directed by Diane Paulus, the tuner features a score by British pop icon Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy, and is currently playing at the Great White Way’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, starring Matthew Morrison and Laura Michelle Kelly. The cast recording is available on Republic Records AND WE CAN’T GET THESE SONGS OUT OF OUR HEADS EITHER! View Comments
1:19 Mikuru Suzuki squanders four match darts to defeat Gerwyn Price in a dramatic deciding leg as Price picked up the victory Mikuru Suzuki takes out finishes of 135 and 116 on her way to forcing a last-leg shootout against the two-time champion but misses darts for a landmark victory; Van Gerwen whitewashes Adam Hunt but Peter Wright beaten on opening day Last Updated: 16/11/20 11:16pm 1:45 Jonny Clayton gives reaction after beating Ryan Joyce 5-4 in his first match at the Grand Slam of Darts Mikuru Suzuki missed four match darts as she came close to inflicting a shock group-stage defeat on defending champion Gerwyn Price at the Grand Slam of Darts.The Iceman has won this tournament for the last two years and hasn’t lost a game since the final group-stage match in 2018, but Suzuki came as close as anyone with a superb display of huge finishing that pushed the Welshman all the way.Suzuki missed a dart at tops for a third three-figure finish of the match that would have sealed a memorable win and when Price missed a dart for the match himself, Suzuki had three more which she saw go begging to allow Price to sweep up.- Advertisement – Monday Afternoon’s results Michael Smith reflects on his win over Lisa Ashton, which he called the ‘toughest game’ of his group Bully Boy claimed two of the five titles on his way to the Winter Series at the same venue in Coventry last week and averaging more than 100, he powered into a 3-0 lead to Ashton, the four-time women’s world champion who lost all three of her matches last year.The Lancashire Rose beat Smith on the Pro Tour earlier this year but there was to be no repeat as the world No 4 won two of the next three legs to start his latest bid for a major televised title with a 5-1 victory.Jose De Sousa produced a blistering display of finishing to rally from 3-1 down to beat Krzysztof Ratajski. Group EPeter Wright 4-5 Dirk van Duijvenbode Group CMichael Smith 5-1 Lisa Ashton Jonny Clayton gives reaction after beating Ryan Joyce 5-4 in his first match at the Grand Slam of Darts Blistering return for quickfire MVG 0:19 De Sousa impressive 101 finish was the highlight of a day one victory Live Grand Slam of Darts November 17, 2020, 1:00pm- Advertisement – Group GGerwyn Price 5-4 Mikuru Suzuki Suzuki’s 116 checkout But Suzuki hit back with a spellbinding 116 to level and force a deciding leg where the drama played out, both players missing darts for the match before Price pinned double 10 for the matchEarlier in Group G, Jonny Clayton and Ryan Joyce got the evening’s action off to a blistering start but it was Price’s World Cup-winning partner Clayton who got over the line with a 5-4 victory. Krzysztof Ratajski 4-5 Jose De Sousa 0:31 Suzuki’s 116 checkout
May 17, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released a detailed report about a 2-year-old Indiana boy who is recovering from a severe eczema vaccinatum infection contracted through contact with his father, a soldier who had recently received a smallpox vaccine.The report, published in the May 18 issue of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), said the boy’s illness is the first reported eczema vaccinatum case in the United States since 1988. The boy’s father received his first-time smallpox vaccine on Jan 27, 2007, despite his history of childhood atopic dermatitis and contact with household members who have eczema (two of his three children), both contraindications to vaccination, the report said.Vaccinia, a rare cutaneous and sometimes systemic reaction to smallpox vaccination that can occur in vaccinees or in close contacts of vaccinees, has been reported more frequently in the medical literature since the US military revived its long-discontinued smallpox vaccination program in late 2002. As of March 2007 the US Department of Defense said it had vaccinated about 1.2 million US service members deployed to the Middle East and other areas considered high-risk.The father’s overseas deployment was delayed, so he made an unplanned visit to his family in Indiana on Feb 16. During his 5-day visit at home the father said he kept the vaccination site bandaged and that the scab had separated before he returned home. During the visit he said he hugged and wrestled, bathed, and slept with his son, who had severe eczema and a history of failure to thrive.On Mar 3 the boy was taken to a small local hospital in Indiana after a papular vesicular rash developed on his face, neck, and upper extremities. He was transferred to a hospital in Chicago later that day because of the severity of his illness, and healthcare workers there instituted Contact Precautions, the authors noted. The boy’s mother told the hospital that weeping skin lesions had developed on Feb 24 and that he had a fever 2 days before he was admitted to the hospital.By Mar 7 healthcare workers documented that his rash had progressed to umbilicated lesions with an erythematous base on his hands, forearms, neck, chest, face, and knees, which involved about 50% of his keratinized skin, the report said. The next day the Illinois Department of Public Health laboratory performed polymerase chain reaction orthopox assays on his lesion specimens, and the tests were positive for orthopoxvirus DNA, which confirmed the clinical eczema vaccinatum diagnosis. The CDC confirmed the vaccinia diagnosis.From Mar 8 through Mar 28 the boy was treated with immunotherapy and antivirals. He received vaccinia immune globulin (VIG) along with supportive care. Despite treatment his condition worsened on Mar 10. His medical team then administered cidofovir, an antiviral, and an investigational drug ST-246, which has been shown in phase 1 clinical trials to protect animals from vaccinia and other poxviruses, according to its maker, SIGA Technologies, Inc. The patient also received more VIG infusions, according to the MMWR report.After about 1 week of aggressive treatment the boy began to improve. He was discharged on Apr 19 after 48 days of hospital treatment.Early in the boy’s hospitalization the medical staff noted that his mother had six vesicular lesions on her face, and more lesions developed on her right index finger and eyelid. She told the hospital staff that she had periodic acne flare-ups and that she had rested her cheek on her son’s abdomen while he was hospitalized. The mother was voluntarily isolated in her son’s hospital room, and after 3 days of VIG treatment her lesions started to scab over. A blood test determined that an immune response to the orthopox virus had not yet developed.The family’s two other children, one with a history of eczema, stayed with their grandparents during the boy’s hospitalization, and neither has shown symptoms of vaccinia infection, the report states.Public health officials interviewed family and community contacts who may have had physical contact with the father or child and monitored them daily for 21 days after their last possible vaccinia exposure. Of 23 family contacts and 73 healthcare workers, one person had a rash and one had a fever, but neither had vaccinia virus infection, according to the MMWR report.An environmental assessment of the family’s home was conducted during the boy’s hospitalization, and public health workers found that many samples were positive for the vaccinia virus DNA. Cell-culture samples from three items contained viable virus, and the home was disinfected by steam cleaning carpets, disinfecting household surfaces with phenolics, and washing clothing and linen in hot water after a phenolic presoak.In an editorial note that accompanied the account of the boy’s case, the authors wrote that the investigation indicates the father transmitted the vaccinia virus to his son and that tertiary transmission could have occurred between the child and his mother, though fomite transmission from household objects could not be excluded.According to a previous Chicago Sun-Times report, doctors said the sick boy’s father didn’t know he should stay away from his son after the vaccination. And a Chicago Tribune report said it was unclear why the soldier was allowed to have contact with his son so soon after the immunization.The CDC emphasized that agencies which administer the smallpox vaccine periodically assess the effectiveness of educational materials for healthcare providers and those who receive the vaccines. The report said the US military is investigating the vaccinia case, which might prompt a reevaluation of screening and education procedures.Data mostly from the 1960s suggest that eczema vaccinatum occurred in between 10 and 39 cases out of every million first-time smallpox vaccinees, according to the CDC. But widespread smallpox immunization today could result in a higher rate, because of the large numbers of people with immunity weakened by cancer treatment, other immune-suppressing drugs, and HIV.CDC. Household transmission of vaccinia virus from contact with a military smallpox vaccine—Illinois and Indiana, 2007. MMWR 2007 May 18;56(19):478-81 [Full text]See also:Mar 18 CIDRAP News article “Son of vaccinated soldier has severe vaccinia infection”CIDRAP overview of smallpox, including information on risks of vaccinationCDC smallpox sitehttp://www.bt.cdc.gov/agent/smallpox/index.asp
The new coronavirus outbreak in hard-hit Brazil has plateaued, the World Health Organization said Friday, urging the country to seize the opportunity to drive down transmission.”The rise in Brazil is no longer exponential, it has plateaued,” WHO health emergencies chief Michael Ryan told a virtual news conference.Brazil is the second worst virus affected country in the world after the United States, counting nearly 77,000 deaths and more than two million cases. But now the number had dropped to between 0.5 and 1.5, he said, hailing that “the virus is not in a sense doubling itself in the community as quickly as it was before.”Ryan stressed that while this was good news, “there is absolutely no guarantee that (transmission) will go down by itself”.But he pointed out that there was “an opportunity here now for Brazil to push the disease down, to suppress the transmission of the virus”.He urged Brazil to “take control”, acknowledging that “it is going to take a very sustained, concerted action in order for that to occur”.”Up to now, in many countries, including in Brazil, the virus has been in charge, the virus sets the rules,” he said.”We need to set the rules for the virus.”Since the beginning of the crisis, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has dismissed the seriousness of the epidemic and criticized containment measures ordered by governors in Brazilian states. The far-right leader has himself tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently in quarantine.Topics : Figures published by the health ministry Thursday showed there were more than 45,000 new cases over the previous 24 hours, and an extra 1,300 deaths.But Ryan said the rate of infection had now “stabilized”.He pointed out that the reproduction rate (R0) for the virus, which indicates how quickly it is spreading, had been “quite high” in April and May, standing at 1.5 and in many places over 2.0.That means that each person infected was infecting at least two other people.
The massive back deck. Traditional features like fretwork have been maintained in the home.Agent Arthur Conias of Arthur Conias Real Estate – Ashgrove had marketed it as “destined for an outstanding future”.The home has three living areas, a rumpus room and an entertainment deck with a massive backyard that lead to a park.The house itself seemed well worth saving, judging by its traditional features including a double gabled roofline, high pressed metal ceiling, VJ walls, fret work, polished timber floors, French doors, bay and casement windows. 39 Hawthorn Terrace, Red Hill, was listed as having sold this week for $1.2m.A SEVEN bedroom fixer-upper has sold for 48 times its last sale price, landing a massive seven-digit price despite its rundown state.The three bathroom, single car garage home at 39 Hawthorn Terrace, Red Hill, had last sold for $25,000 in 1975, according to CoreLogic.Despite the fact that it had seen better days, the property still had three major factors in its favour – its location less than 5km from the Brisbane CBD, the fact that it was actually made up of two 405sq m lots plus its backyard backed onto a park.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours agoThe home is on a large 810sq m block. The home backs onto a park.
The £4bn (€4.7bn) UK Power Networks Group of the Electricity Supply Pension Scheme (ESPS) has appointed BlackRock as fiduciary manager, following a competitive tender process run by IC Select.Michele Hirons-Wood, head of pensions at UK Power Networks, said the scheme was looking for “a partner who could help us design and manage an investment strategy aligned to our funding objectives.”She said BlackRock fully understood the group and showed flexibility in accommodating the scheme’s ”unique circumstances”.BlackRock will advise, design and implement the scheme’s asset allocation and manager selection across all asset classes, evolving the portfolio as the scheme matures. According to a statement, the firm will use Aladdin, its proprietary platform, to provide sophisticated risk management and analysis, including reporting, giving trustees end-to-end transparency.Bespoke training, education and guidance to trustees will also be provided by BlackRock in addition to transition management services, it added.A spokeswoman said the group used SEI as fiduciary for a smaller pension scheme, but BlackRock would be UK Power Networks Group of the ESPS’s first fiduciary manager.Sion Cole, head of UK fiduciary business at BlackRock, said UK Power Networks Group of the ESPS is following the recent trend of much larger schemes considering fiduciary management. “For the group, we have been able to deliver an incredibly tailored solution,” he added.The fiduciary management industry saw assets under management increase 21% to reach £172bn at the end of June this year, up from £142bn as at end-June 2018, according to research from KPMG.
The Batesville Lady Bulldogs ran tough Thursday night, finishing their regular season with a victory at Greensburg’s 11 team invitational. Batesville scored 56 points beating Connersville by 12 points as they had 68, followed by East Central-75, Greensburg-80 and rounding out the top 5 was Oldenburg Academy with 118.All of the Batesville runners were in the top 30 of the meet and they were led by Senior Kesley Gausman who was the meet runner up with a time of 19:59 and behind North Decatur’s, Megan Hoover. The Bulldogs then took, 11th, 12th, 14th and 18th place. They were Mary Poltrack, Sarah Poltrack, Emma Gausman And Katie Baumer respectively. Finishing the top varsity 7 were Maria Wessel with a 26th place finish followed closely by Kylie Lehman at 28th.In the JV race, Batesville’s Madeleine Robben was the champion with a finishing time of 23:25. Many of the JV girls came in one right after another as the Bulldogs claimed 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th. Finishing in those spots were Liz Cuttle, Mary Catherine Barnett, Sarah Canady, who ran a persoan best, Jamie Day, Molly Weigel, Candice Roell, Breanna Hartman and Heidi Shaw.The team now begins to prepare of the EIAC meet next Tuesday that will be held at East Central.Courtesy of Bulldogs Lisa Gausman
The 29-year-old has struggled to settle in France and Ireland bosses were frustrated by their inability to control how frequently the 45-cap outside-half sees action at his Paris club. “It’s a choice for my family, my international career and my extended family in Ireland,” said Sexton. “I have a great rapport with everyone here, it was a very hard decision to make. “I haven’t spoken to any other French club other than Racing. “Now, I don’t want contract talk but to concentrate on Racing. I don’t regret at all coming to France or Racing, it has been an incredible experience. “I am pleased to be rejoining Leinster, the club where I started my professional career. “I grew up playing my rugby in Leinster and always wanting to pull on the blue jersey so I am delighted to be able to return to play my club rugby in Ireland.” Sexton turned down a new long-term offer from Racing to complete his return home. The prolific goal-kicker remains in a fitness battle for Ireland’s autumn Test series after breaking his jaw in Top 14 action against Toulon. Last season he was forced to play 13 games in 12 weeks after swapping Dublin for Paris, suffering a leg problem that threw his autumn series into doubt. Sexton came through that scare, but that left Ireland head coach Schmidt determined to bring his sole frontline star operating abroad – and outside of IRFU control – back to home soil. Sexton admitted last term that he was struggling to adapt to life in France and has now confirmed his impending Leinster return. “Jonathan is one the best out-halves in world rugby and the IRFU are delighted that he will be playing his rugby in Ireland,” said IRFU chief executive Philip Browne. “Irish rugby will benefit hugely from having a player of his calibre playing full-time in Ireland.” Ireland will now hope that Sexton’s return will nudge a host of out-of-contract stars to sign new deals to remain at the country’s provinces next term, for the crucial run to the World Cup. Leinster and Ireland were able to persuade the likes of Sean O’Brien and Jamie Heaslip not to follow Sexton’s France switch last term. Jonathan Sexton has completed his four-year deal to return to home club Leinster from Racing Metro next summer. The British and Irish Lions fly-half has completed terms on a lucrative IRFU and Leinster central contract, in a clear boost to Ireland boss Joe Schmidt’s Rugby World Cup 2015 preparations. Sexton had been widely tipped to return to Ireland after his second year in France, and has now made good on the rumours. Press Association
A gunman killed two people when he opened fire on at the University of North Carolina on Tuesday.Police are describing one of the victims, 21-year-old Riley Howell, as a hero citing that he was most likely the last fatality in the school shooting.The alleged gunman, identified as 22-year-old Trystan Andrew Terrell, encountered Howell in a building on campus.According to police, Howell tackled the gunman and most likely saved lives in the final moments of his life.Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney says Howell lost his life trying to shield others from the gunfire.Adding, that if Howell didn’t approach the gunman, he “might not have been disarmed.”“Unfortunately, he gave his life in the process,” he said of Howell “But his sacrifice saved lives.”“What he did was he took the assailant off his feet, and then the heroes that we have here were able to apprehend him from there.”19-year-old Ellis Parlier was identified as the second victim in the shooting.Four other students were injured in the attack.Wednesday, shooting suspect Terrell was charged with two counts of murder, four counts of attempted murder, four counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, possession of a firearm on educational property and discharging a firearm.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Tennis News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. London: Serena Williams has warned her Wimbledon rivals she is nowhere near her best despite powering into the quarter-finals without dropping a set.Williams is chasing an eighth Wimbledon crown and the American star showed why she is the title favourite with a 6-2, 6-2 demolition of Evgeniya Rodina in the fourth round yesterday.In her 13th Wimbledon quarter-final, Serena faces Italian world number 52 Camila Giorgi on Tuesday.The path to the title appears wide open for the 36-year-old after every female top seed crashed out before the last eight for the first time in Wimbledon history.Garbine Muguruza, Maria Sharapova, Simona Halep, Petra Kvitova, Venus Williams, Caroline Wozniacki and Sloane Stephens have all been eliminated.The carnage at the top leaves 11th seed Angelique Kerber — beaten by Serena in the 2016 Wimbledon final — as the highest ranked player left.Williams isn’t complaining about the high number of shock results, but she couldn’t resist at jab at the Wimbledon organisers who only seeded her 25th despite her remarkable record.”I faced a thousand and three seeds in my life, so I’m okay,” she said.”Things happen. On both sides, men’s and women’s, there’s been a tremendous amount of upsets.”I don’t think this has happened to this extreme. But also I’ve never been ranked where I am when this has happened before, so usually I’m one of those few seeds left that’s still fighting and still in the tournament.”Now that I’m not, it kind of happened!”It’s not as if Serena needs much encouragement to dominate at Wimbledon, where she has already reached nine finals.Having shaken off the rust following her lenghthy lay-off after the birth of her daughter Olympia in September, she is rounding nicely into form for the business end of the tournament.Ominiously for the other seven women left in the draw, the 23-time Grand Slam champion, who missed Wimbledon last year but won the title on her previous two visits, insists there is still plenty of room for improvement.”There’s a lot to improve on. This is only my fourth tournament back,” said Williams, who has won all three of her previous meetings with Giorgi.”For me, there’s so much farther I want to go to get back where I was, and hopefully go beyond that.”I’m always striving for perfection. There’s a lot of things that, I don’t know if you can tell, but I really need to work on. Hopefully I can get there.”Of the other quarter-finalists, only Kerber and former French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko have won Grand Slams.Kerber, who won the Australian and US Open in 2016, takes on Russian 14th seed Daria Kasatkina.”I’m not feeling the pressure because I’m not looking on the seeded or who is left or not,” Kerber said of her improved title chances.”For every single day that I’m here trying to do my best. This is all I’m focusing on. It’s still a long way until the end.”Latvian 12th seed Ostapenko plays former Australian Open finalist Dominika Cibulkova.”At the French Open I had all that pressure, now it’s gone,” former junior Wimbledon champion Ostapenko said.”I’m just not afraid to miss. I’m just going for the shots.” Kiki Bertens took care of the last of the top 10 with a 6-3, 7-6 (7/1) victory over Czech seventh seed Karolina Pliskova.Bertens, who was contemplating retirement last year after losing her enthusiasm for the sport, is the first Dutch woman to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals since Michaella Krajicek in 2007.The 26-year-old faces German 13th seed Julia Goerges, who beat Donna Vekic to seal her first Grand Slam quarter-final berth at the 42nd attempt.”This is for me something pretty special,” Goerges said.”It sounds pretty strange when you saw my record from the last five years here. I didn’t expect it, honestly.”