Andy Karl Related Shows Andy Karl is coming back to Broadway! Andy Karl is coming back to Broadway! Andy Karl is coming back to Broadway! After London critics and audiences repeatedly fell for the two-time Tony nominee as he headlined Groundhog Day at the Old Vic, it is now confirmed that Karl will lead the production when it lands at the August Wilson Theatre. The previously reported much-buzzed about stage adaptation of the 1993 film is set to begin previews on March 16, 2017 and officially open on April 17 at the venue.Karl received Tony nods for his two most recent Broadway performances: On the Twentieth Century and Rocky. His additional Main Stem credits include The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Jersey Boys, 9 to 5, Legally Blonde and Wicked. He recently appeared on Law & Order: SVU as Sergeant Mike Dodds, playing son to his former On the Twentieth Century co-star Peter Gallagher.Directed by Matthew Warchus, the musical features a score by Matilda scribe Tim Minchin and a book by Danny Rubin (who co-wrote the original film). No word yet on further casting; Karl played Phil in London opposite Carlyss Peer as Rita.Groundhog Day follows TV weather man Phil (played by Bill Murray in the film), who reluctantly goes to cover the story of Punxsutawney Phil for the third year in a row. Making no effort to hide his frustration, he covers the story and moves on, expecting his job to be finished. However, he awakes the “following” day and discovers that it’s Groundhog Day again, and the fun happens again and again and again. He soon realizes he must take advantage of it in order to secure the love of a coworker.Jersey Boys is scheduled to close at the August Wilson on January 15, 2017. Andy Karl in ‘Groundhog Day'(Photo: Manuel Harlan) View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 17, 2017 Groundhog Day Star Files
Martial arts instructor Jim Bouchard kicked off NJCUL‘s CURealityCheck with a brief but interactive introduction to the world of martial arts. The speaker and author of “Think Like a Black Belt” and “The Sensei Leader,” then asked the audience, “What is the biggest barrier to growth and success at your credit union?”Answers included challenges with lending, compliance, or leadership gaps. While these are all valid obstacles that many financial institutions face, Bouchard, instead focused on making sure that these credit union leaders were encouraging and developing leaders who don’t let tradition limit their decisions but rather guide them. “We’ve always done it that way” is not the attitude to have if your credit union wants to survive.There is always someone to learn from. There are always new ideas to share. As Robert Stevenson pointed out, “Complacency kills.”It only takes one great idea to make a change so it is important to encourage a collaborative and creative work environment. When is the last time you asked your team, “What’s the stupidest thing we are doing around here?”Maybe it’s time to do that then listen, evaluate, and take action.43% of employees quit their jobs willingly because they do not feel appreciated. How many of those employees could be working for you? What can you do to change that for the better?“Transformation is not always about location but member service as well.”Your employees are the ones interacting regularly with members, providing service in person or through digital channels. They are the people that members associate with your credit union’s brand and you are the one responsible for making your credit union better through your employees.Remember: “Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders.” 22SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jordan Rumsey Jordan is a Senior Content Manager for CUInsight.com. Jordan manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionIt’s comical watching the FBI continue to try and find a connection between Trump and Russia after a year of investigating.Unfortunately for them, they are only exposing the corruption in their own department and the corruption in the Democratic Party. I snuggle with my blanket on the sofa with a bowl of popcorn to watch what’s next. This is better than a blockbuster movie.Linda KnightesRotterdamMore from The Daily Gazette:Car hits garage in Rotterdam Sunday morning; Garage, car burnFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesRotterdam convenience store operator feels results of having Stewart’s as new neighbor
A supply agreement with Sanofi and GSK would be Britain’s second such deal, after it said it would buy 100 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.Sanofi was not immediately available to comment, while a spokesman for GSK declined to comment. Both have both said they are prioritizing quality over speed in developing a vaccine.”The Government’s Vaccines Task Force is actively engaging with a wide range of companies both in the UK and abroad to negotiate access to vaccines,” a spokeswoman for Britain’s business ministry, said, without confirming if Sanofi or GSK were among them.The Sunday Times report said that Britain was considering taking an option to buy the vaccine should it work in human trials, and would see the amount paid in stages. Sanofi is working on two possible COVID-19 vaccines, one of which uses an adjuvant made by GSK to potentially boost its efficacy, and has said it has capacity to produce up to 1 billion doses a year.Its timeline for clinical trials is behind the likes of Moderna Inc, the University of Oxford in collaboration with AstraZeneca Plc, and an alliance of BioNTech and Pfizer Inc, whose projects all grabbed headlines by moving to human trials as early as March.Sanofi has received financial backing from the United States and caused a stir in its home base of France after its British CEO Paul Hudson signaled that Europe was being too slow in supporting work on a vaccine, hinting US patients might get any vaccine it develops first.The EU is also seeking a deal with Sanofi, and has invited Britain to join its efforts to buy vaccines for the bloc. Topics : Britain is close to a 500 million pound ($624 million) supply deal with Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline for 60 million doses of a potential COVID-19 vaccine, the Sunday Times reported.Clinical trials are due to start in September and Sanofi has said it expects to get approval by the first half of next year, sooner than previously anticipated.More than 100 vaccines are being developed and tested around the world to stop the COVID-19 pandemic and governments are racing to secure supplies of vaccines even before their efficacy is proven.
It said it expanded its position as market leader in a saturated market, and that customer retention had been more effective than in 2012.“In relation to new sales, PFA is being very selective and has refused or withdrawn from several pension tenders where the tender documents did not allow for value-creation and securing profitable customer relationships,” it said.Heideby said 2013 was a very good investment year for customers with savings in the unit-link product PFA Plus.The return on unit-linked products slipped to 5.2% before pensions tax (PAL) from 7.8% the year earlier, while with-profits pensions made an investment loss of 2% compared with a profit of 8.3% over the same period last year.Contributions to PFA Plus increased by 48% year-on-year before internal transfers and, at the end of September, represented 66% of the total contributions.PFA said it was the only pensions provider to offer all customers with guaranteed pension products a share of the reserves if they switched to the unit-link product.As a mutually owned company, PFA puts aside around 5% of customers’ savings as capital, or KundeKapital, on which customers receive an annual return.PFA said the transfer allowance was calculated according to regulations and in close dialogue with the FSA to make sure it was reasonable both for customers leaving the guaranteed product and for those remaining with it.Total assets under management rose to DKK373bn from DKK351bn, and solvency coverage rose to 225% from 205%. Denmark’s biggest commercial pension fund PFA has reported strong business growth in the year so far, with contributions up 14% from last year even though the company said it had been very selective regarding new sales.Henrik Heideby, chief executive at PFA, said: “PFA’s high level of growth in customer contributions continued in the third quarter.”In the first nine months of 2013, contributions rose 14% to DKK19.4bn (€2.6bn) from DKK17bn in the same period last year, the company said in its interim report.PFA said the growth in contributions reflected the fact more and more companies were choosing it as a pensions provider.
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83 Views no discussions Tweet Share Pay Attention to Your TickerHeart attacks don’t always strike out of the blue — there are many symptoms we can watch for in the days and weeks leading up to an attack. But the symptoms may not be the ones we expect. And they can be different in men and women, and different still in older adults. Last year, for example, a landmark study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) published in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Institute found that 95 percent of women who’d had heart attacks reported experiencing symptoms in the weeks and months before the attack — but the symptoms weren’t the expected chest pain, so they went unrecognized.Don’t let that happen to you. Here are 10 heart symptoms you’re likely to ignore — and shouldn’t.1. Indigestion or NauseaOne of the most oft-overlooked signs of a heart attack is nausea and stomach pain. Symptoms can range from mild indigestion to severe nausea, cramping, and vomiting. Others experience a cramping-style ache in the upper belly. Women and adults over age 60 are more likely to experience this symptom and not recognize it as tied to cardiac health.Most cases of stomach ache and nausea aren’t caused by a heart attack, of course. But watch out for this sign by becoming familiar with your own digestive habits; pay attention when anything seems out of the ordinary, particularly if it comes on suddenly and you haven’t been exposed to stomach flu and haven’t eaten anything out of the ordinary2. Jaw, Ear, Neck, or Shoulder PainA sharp pain and numbness in the chest, shoulder, and arm is an indicator of heart attack, but many people don’t experience heart attack pain this way at all. Instead, they may feel pain in the neck or shoulder area, or it may feel like it’s running along the jaw and up by the ear. Some women specifically report feeling the pain between their shoulder blades.A telltale sign: The pain comes and goes, rather than persisting unrelieved, as a pulled muscle would. This can make the pain both easy to overlook and difficult to pinpoint. You may notice pain in your neck one day, none the next day, then after that it might have moved to your ear and jaw. If you notice pain that seems to move or radiate upwards and out, this is important to bring to your doctor’s attention.3. Sexual DysfunctionHaving trouble achieving or keeping erections is common in men with coronary artery disease, but they may not make the connection. Just as arteries around the heart can narrow and harden, so can those that supply the penis — and because those arteries are smaller, they may show damage sooner. One survey of European men being treated for cardiovascular disease found that two out of three had suffered from erectile dysfunction before they were ever diagnosed with heart trouble. 4. Exhaustion or FatigueA sense of crushing fatigue that lasts for several days is another sign of heart trouble that’s all too often overlooked or explained away. Women, in particular, often look back after a heart attack and mention this symptom. More than 70 percent of women in last year’s NIH study, for example, reported extreme fatigue in the weeks or months prior to their heart attack.The key here is that the fatigue is unusually strong — not the kind of tiredness you can power through but the kind that lays you flat out in bed. If you’re normally a fairly energetic person and suddenly feel sidelined by fatigue, a call to your doctor is in order.5. Breathlessness and DizzinessWhen your heart isn’t getting enough blood, it also isn’t getting enough oxygen. And when there’s not enough oxygen circulating in your blood, the result is feeling unable to draw a deep, satisfying breath — the same feeling you get when you’re at high elevation. Additional symptoms can be light-headedness and dizziness. But sadly, people don’t attribute this symptom to heart disease, because they associate breathing with the lungs, not the heart.In last year’s NIH study, more than 40 percent of women heart attack victims remembered experiencing this symptom. A common description of the feeling: “I couldn’t catch my breath while walking up the driveway.”6. Leg Swelling or PainWhen the heart muscle isn’t functioning properly, waste products aren’t carried away from tissues by the blood, and the result can be edema, or swelling caused by fluid retention. Edema usually starts in the feet, ankles, and legs because they’re furthest from the heart, where circulation is poorer. In addition, when tissues don’t get enough blood, it can lead to a painful condition called ischemia. Bring swelling and pain to the attention of your doctor.7. Sleeplessness, Insomnia, and AnxietyThis is an odd one doctors can’t yet explain. Those who’ve had heart attacks often remember experiencing a sudden, unexplained inability to fall asleep or stay asleep during the month or weeks before their heart attack. (Note: If you already experience insomnia regularly, this symptom can be hard to distinguish.)Patients often report the feeling as one of being “keyed up” and wound tight; they remember lying in bed with racing thoughts and sometimes a racing heart. In the NIH report, many of the women surveyed reported feeling a sense of “impending doom,” as if a disaster were about to occur. If you don’t normally have trouble sleeping and begin to experience acute insomnia and anxiety for unexplained reasons, speak with your doctor.8. Flu-like SymptomsClammy, sweaty skin, along with feeling light-headed, fatigued, and weak, leads some people to believe they’re coming down with the flu when, in fact, they’re having a heart attack. Even the feeling of heaviness or pressure in the chest — typical of some people’s experience in a heart attack — may be confused with having a chest cold or the flu.If you experience severe flu-like symptoms that don’t quite add up to the flu (no high temperature, for example), call your doctor or advice nurse to talk it over. Watch out also for persistent wheezing or chronic coughing that doesn’t resolve itself; that can be a sign of heart disease, experts say. Patients sometimes attribute these symptoms to a cold or flu, asthma, or lung disease when what’s happening is that poor circulation is causing fluid to accumulate in the lungs.9. Rapid-fire Pulse or Heart RateOne little-known symptom that sometimes predates a heart attack is known as ventricular tachycardia, more commonly described as rapid and irregular pulse and heart rate. During these episodes, which come on suddenly, you feel as if your heart is beating very fast and hard, like you just ran up a hill — except you didn’t. “I’d look down and I could actually see my heart pounding,” one person recalled. It can last just a few seconds or longer; if longer, you may also notice dizziness and weakness.Some patients confuse these episodes with panic attacks. Rapid pulse and heartbeat that aren’t brought on by exertion always signal an issue to bring to your doctor’s attention.10. You Just Don’t Feel Like YourselfHeart attacks in older adults (especially those in their 80s and beyond, or in those who have dementia or multiple health conditions), can mimic many other conditions. But an overall theme heard from those whose loved ones suffered heart attacks is that in the days leading up to and after a cardiac event, they “just didn’t seem like themselves.”A good rule of thumb, experts say, is to watch for clusters of symptoms that come on all at once and aren’t typical of your normal experience. For example, a normally alert, energetic person suddenly begins to have muddled thinking, memory loss, deep fatigue, and a sense of being “out of it.” The underlying cause could be something as simple as a urinary tract infection, but it could also be a heart attack. If your body is doing unusual things and you just don’t feel “right,” don’t wait. See a doctor and ask for a thorough work-up.And if you have any risk factors for cardiac disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, or family history of heart disease, make sure the doctor knows about those issues, too.By Melanie HaikenYAHOO Health News HealthLifestyle Heart Attack Symptoms You Are Most Likely to Ignore by: – January 23, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share Share
Pamela J. “Pam” King, age 54 of Lawrenceburg, Indiana passed away Monday, August 12, 2019 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Born July 19, 1965 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of Robert and Blanch (Hogg) McClure.Pam graduated from Northwest High School in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1983, worked for Envoy Airlines for over 25 years. Married Mike King January 1, 2001 in Cincinnati, Ohio.Pam is survived by her mother Blanche McClure, husband Mike King, daughters Mikayla King, Emily King, Courtnie (Derrick) Velte and Heather King. Grandma of Avah, Skye and Lily. Sister of Robert McClure. Also survived by her nephew Aaron McClure.Pam is preceded in death by her father Robert McClure.Service will be private at convenience of the family.
The pair are among six out-of-contract players, also including Yannick Sagbo, Maynor Figueroa, Steve Harper and Joe Dudgeon, to be released, while Alex Bruce and Stephen Quinn have been offered new deals. Manager Steve Bruce told the club’s official website, www.hullcitytigers.com: “Regrettably following relegation, we have made the decision to release the majority of those players whose contracts have expired. “We would like to place on record our thanks for the service they have given to the club, particularly our two longest-serving players, Liam Rosenior and Paul McShane. Both players have been outstanding for us and they leave with our very best wishes for their futures. “The aim now is to retain as many of the remaining squad as possible and look to add some new faces this summer as we bid to compete at the top end of the Championship and bounce straight back into the top flight.” Republic of Ireland international McShane spent seven years with the East Yorkshire club, during which he made 136 appearances, while Rosenior played 161 times for the club he joined in October 2010. Forty-year-old Harper, who joined the Tigers during the summer of 2013 after 20 years at Newcastle, made 31 appearances, the last of them in Sunday’s 0-0 draw with Manchester United which saw them relegated from the Barclays Premier League. Relegated Hull have released longest serving players Paul McShane and Liam Rosenior as they reshape their squad for life in the Sky Bet Championship. Press Association
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Quinton de Kock has always had a good record against India. In the 2019 tour, during the first two Twenty20 Internationals, de Kock had scores of 52 and 79 as South Africa leveled the three-match series 1-1. His good form in the Twenty20 Internationals was carried into the Vizag Test as the left-handed wicketkeeper batsman smashed his fifth century and first in India as South Africa continued to fight against India on day three of the Vizag Test.De Kock’s century was backed up well by Dean Elgar, who also smashed his first century against India and his 12th overall. Elgar had revived the South Africa innings with an aggressive partnership with Faf du Plessis, who scored 55. Following the South Africa skipper’s dismissal to Ravichandran Ashwin for 55, De Kock stepped up and took a liking to the Indian bowlers. De Kock got off the mark by slamming a full toss from Ashwin to the deep cover region for a boundary and that stroke signalled his intent. The left-hander took a liking for Ashwin whom he smashed for two further boundaries before launching into Ravindra Jadeja with a six over deep midwicket and a four to third man. As the post-lunch session wore on, De Kock and Elgar made the Indian bowlers toil. Also Read | Dean Elgar Hits Maiden Ton Against India, South Africa Fight In Vizag TestWith India waiting for the new ball, De Kock and Elgar chipped away at the deficit and scored at a healthy rate. After notching up his fifty, De Kock continued to target Ashwin with two boundaries while he continued the onslaught with two boundaries off Hanuma Vihari. In the quest for quick runs, de Kock and Elgar smashed the Indian bowling to all parts of the ground and although Elgar fell for 160, de Kock continued to bat in his merry ways. Also Read | Mayank Agarwal, Ravichandran Ashwin Highlight India’s Dominance In Vizag Test Vs South AfricaOn 97, De Kock notched up his century in the same way like Elgar. Ashwin flighted a delivery outside off and de Kock powered an inside-out lofted drive over wide long off to bring up his landmark. It indeed is a fantastic knock from South Africa’s wicketkeeper batsman after a lean run recently. South Africa have avoided the follow-on after Mayank Agarwal’s fantastic double century and a blazing 176 from Rohit Sharma. The duo stitched a brilliant 317-run partnership for the opening wicket and it was the best stand in Tests between India and South Africa. The Proteas will be aiming to avoid a repeat of 2015 in which only a washout in the Bangalore test helped them avoid a 4-0 whitewash.