The performance will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and falls 10 years to the day that the Boy George bio-musical closed on Broadway after a too short, three-month run. Rowland, Buttery and Kushnier take on the roles originated on Broadway by Boy George (as Leigh Bowery), Euan Morton (as George) and Raul Esparza (as Philip Sallon). Star Files View Comments In addition to Rowland, Buttery and Kushnier the performances will star Sarah Uriarte Berry (Nicola), Jeffrey Carlson (Marilyn), Liz McCartney (Big Sue) and Cary Shields (Marcus). Original ensemble members returning are Jennifer Cody, Lisa Gajda, Bob Graynor, Curtis Holbrook, Donnie Keshawarz, Jennifer K. Mrozik, Nathan Peck, Alexander Quiroga, Jody Reynard, Asa Somers, Denise Summerford, James Tabeek and Gregory Treco. Tumble for this! Taboo has found its leading men. Joining previously announced members of the original cast for a reunion will be Broadway vet Jeremy Kushnier as Phillip Sallon, along with Matthew Rowland as George and Samuel Buttery as Leigh Bowery. Rowland and Buttery are reprising their roles from the 2012 London revival of Taboo at the Brixton Clubhouse. The concerts will take place on February 8 and 9 with performances at 8PM and 11PM at 54 Below. Jeremy Kushnier
Apple is planning to launch its new 13-inch MacBook Air as well as 13- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models at the November 10 event, according to a report. The new MacBook models are likely to have the anticipated Apple silicon, which is said to be based on the company’s A14 Bionic SoC that is already powering the iPhone 12 series as well as the latest iPad Air models. The Cupertino company sent the media invite for the event on Monday, without detailing any specifics.The invite mentioned “One more thing” that is expected to be the new Mac machines with the Apple silicon, Bloomberg reports. These new machines are said to include the new 13-inch MacBook Air alongside the 13- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models that all three are speculated to come with the new SoC.- Advertisement – Aside from the new silicon, Apple is busy developing macOS Big Sur as its next-generation Mac operating system that would start rolling out following the November 10 event. The new OS includes a list of changes to provide an experience that is in line with iOS and iPadOS.We, of course, need to wait until next week to see what Apple has this time — at its fourth big event of the year. The event, just like the previous ones, will take place virtually from the Apple Park, Cupertino.Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. – Advertisement – In addition to the new MacBook models, Apple is reported to have a redesigned iMac in the works — alongside a new Mac Pro. Both new desktop offerings are also speculated to be based on the new silicon. Further, the new Mac Pro is said to be about half the size of the existing model, though it would look quite similar to the current design.Reports suggesting Apple’s move on from Intel chips emerged back in 2018. However, the company made it official at WWDC 2020 in June. It stated that the transition to the Apple silicon would begin later this year.Apple kicked off a Universal App Quick Start Programme to help developers switch to its native silicon ahead of the debut of the first new hardware. The transition would complete in about two years, the company said at the WWDC virtual event.- Advertisement – Apple is reportedly ramping up the production of the new MacBook models — with Foxconn manufacturing the new 13-inch MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models and Quanta Computer building the new 16-inch MacBook Pro.The new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro in 13-inch size are said to be further ahead in production and are likely to receive their announcement at the November 10 event. However, Apple may take some time in bringing the 16-inch MacBook Pro to the market.Apart from moving on from Intel chips, the new MacBook models are said to have no significant design changes. This suggests that there would be the same aesthetics and the presence of a Magic Keyboard that we saw on the MacBook Air 2020 and the 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh earlier this year.- Advertisement –
BILL NEAL :9 And call they did! Some of you, no—a lot of you—called in to get me told about my “Top Ten Best Jumpers Ever” list.Here’s an update.“Neal, How you gonna have a top 10 without Jim McCoy? There’s a reason they called him “Jumpin’ Jim” McCoy!”•Tyrone “Moon” Howard…Duh!•Darrin “Skywalker” WaIls…YA think!•Myron “Air” Walker…The Quips Finest!I added them—you place them. Thanks for the calls.:8 So herrrreee we go!! Sorry Frank Foster, but you’re gonna love this:Top 10 Guards of All Time1. Ricky “Black Magic” Coleman2. Robert “Jeep” Kelly3. B.B. Flenory4. Hosea Champaine5. Ron Carter6. Myron Brown7. Bobby Byrd8. Dwight “The Iceman” Clay9. Len “Houdini” Johnson10. Norm Van Lier:7 Please Shut Up! You Do Gooders who don’t want to be touched when you go to the airport. They could strip me naked. I could care less as long as the plane don’t blow up. Please pat me down, rub me down, tickle me silly…I don’t care!!!:6 Get used to it boys. The top dog said you’re going to change how you tackle…And you’re going to change how you tackle or go broke. Period…End of conversation. After all, the league is only trying to keep you out of a wheelchair. If you need help on how to change your style without using your helmet, I have two names for ya…Jack Ham & Ray Lewis!!:5 How is it a quarterback throws a pass to a receiver on the 10 yard line, the receiver runs 90 yards for a touchdown and the quarterback gets credit for a 90-yard touchdown pass?:4 The Pens are on the move and “Sid the Kid” is back. (That’s all I can tell you. Everybody out there knows I don’t know anything about hockey!):3 Yeah, like the Yankees weren’t going to sign Derek Jeter…Mr. Steinbrenner would rise-up from his grave!:2 Auburn beat up on S. Carolina thanks to the machine known as Cameron “Cam” Newton. 6’5” about 240 pounds of arm, muscle and speed, and a very humble young man. But trust me when I tell you if he was “Joe Blow” at Does Not Matter University he would have been thrown off the team and his dad barred from everywhere for trying to hustle up the money on the down low!!:1 Last call comin’ at ya. The 35th Willie Stargell Memorial MVP Awards Banquet, Sunday, December 12th, at the magnificent DiImperios four-star restaurant in Monroeville, 6:30 p.m. cocktail reception, 7:30 p.m. dinner and 8:00 p.m. awards program honoring 4-time Super Bowl Champion Franco Harris, New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Champion Darnell Dinkins, Kevin Cameron, Tika Hemingway, Sheldon Ingram, Gloria & Russell Bynum, Sam Clancey, Bruce Atkins, Paul Seneca, Shayla Scott, Gilbert Brown, Beverly Walker, Bill Viola, Chaz Kellem, Kevin Davis, Joyce Ellis and others. Featuring special guests- Rod Rutherford, BB Flenory, Myron Brown, Armon Gilliam, Duane Woodruff, Jennifer Bruce, Karen Hall, very special guest Demetrius lvory from WTAE-TV…and of course the fabulous Diamond Models.Game over! :10 I know we’ve all seen it a hundred times and I know everyone has their own list. You got Rocky, Slapshot, The Natural, Bingo Long and the Traveling All-Stars and now Blindside. But I tell you what, you’ll have a hard time not making “Remember the Titans” the No. 1 sports movie of all time. Denzel Washington at his best, the true life history of the story, the music and the on the field action…It’s hard to beat.
Advertisement f4p4iNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs2yrwWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E698( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 8kvWould you ever consider trying this?😱1vq032bCan your students do this? 🌚8wymdfRoller skating! Powered by Firework Trent Woodhill, the former coach of Steve Smith stated that his student’s uniqueness and unorthodox batting style would have been accepted in the Indian cricket system, where everything is “about the output”. The Aussie superstar was named as the player of the tournament in the recently concluded Ashes for his sublime form and now his formative coach believes that Smith’s unusual technique should be celebrated in Australia.Advertisement “If Steven was Indian, his technique and mechanics and the strategy around his batting would just be accepted,” Woodhill said in an interview with ESPNcricinfo.Advertisement “We see Kohli, Gavaskar, (Rohit) Sharma, Ganguly, Sehwag – all these players have unique techniques. The Indian system is all about output, about scoring runs. We don’t care how you do it as long as you do it’, whereas in Australia we wanted you to score well and we wanted you to look good” he added.The former Australian captain scored 774 runs in five Tests with an average of 110.57 which included three centuries and as many fifties along with a superb double hundred at Manchester. However, his peculiar batting style, especially while leaving deliveries, was criticized by those who still view Test cricket as a classical game. Woodhill though, is upset with those struggling to accept his uniqueness, saying this attitude can have a negative impact on a young player’s career.Advertisement “Young players need protection from both themselves and others who don’t like difference. A cricket dressing room can be a brutal place for a young player, who might be forced to conform – more so in Australia than any other country I’ve been in. In Australia we struggle with things that are different. We like a sexy Shaun Marsh thirty, made with a conventional, attractive technique, rather than an unconventional Steven Smith hundred.” Advertisement