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
Kamryn McCool threw a shutout and the whole lineup was hitting as Franklin County got out to an early lead on Lawrenceburg and never looked back in an 11-0 victory on Monday. The Wildcats continued to play all-round great softball in a total team effort in the win. The victory extends Franklin County’s winning streak to nine games as their record in now 16-3 on the year (8-2 in EIAC). Lawrenceburg’s record falls to 3-11 overall (1-8 in EIAC).Franklin County Wildcats Varsity got on the board in the first inning when Gabby Mitchum led off with a hit by pitch. She then scored when Kamryn McCool tripled on a 0-2 count. McCool scored on an RBI ground out by Hannah Hornsby for the second out, but the Wildcats would continue to score with two outs. Next, Camryn Brewer had a single to left field, and Kloe Bolos followed that up with a RBI double to left scoring Brewer. After advancing to third on a fielding error, Bolos scored on a Kendall McCool single up the middle and just like that the Wildcats were up 4-0 before the Tigers even came up to bat.The Wildcats other big inning came in the third inning when they scored five runs. With one out, Tessa Harper reached on a fielding error and then advanced to third on a sacrifice bunt by Abby Orschell. The Wildcats were then able to capitalize with two outs and string some hits together to score their five runs. With Harper on second, Gabby Mitchum pulled a line drive into left field to score Harper from second. After Mitchum advanced to second on the throw, Maggie Wendel poked a hard grounder through the hole between shortstop and third for a single, scoring Mitchum. Kamryn McCool then drew a walk which was followed by a 2 RBI double by Hannah Hornsby. Camryn Brewer then ripped a single into left field that was misplayed by the fielder, allowing Hornsby to score from second.Kamryn McCool was the winning pitcher for Franklin County. She surrendered no runs on one hit over five innings, striking out eight and walking zero. Her record on the season is now 9-1.The lone hit for the Tigers was a single to left field by Bailee Johnson.Sam Heiert took the loss for Lawrenceburg. She allowed 12 hits and 11 runs over five innings of work.Franklin County scattered 12 hits in the game with Brewer and Mitchum each having multiple hits for the Wildcats. Brewer went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead the team in hits.The Wildcats were also sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error.Franklin County will be back in action Tuesday evening as the Wildcats take on EIAC foe Rushville at home. First pitch against the Lions is scheduled for 5:30 pm.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Alex McCool.
Last weekend, matches of the 20th round of BiH Football Premier League was played.Olimpic played against Velež and the result was 1:1; Gradina lost once again from Leotar with 0:1 and Rudar defeated Široki Brijeg with 2:1.Radnik and Borac scored no goals, and Čelik defeated Travnik with 2:1. Željezničar once again won, this time against Slavija with 2:1. Sarajevo defeated GOŠK with 2:0 and Zrinjski lost to Zvijezda with 1:2.Željezničar is still the first-ranked team of the League with 47 points, followed by Sarajevo with 43, Borac 35, Olimpic 34, Široki Brijeg 31, Čelik 30, Slavija 30, Leotar 29, Zrinjski 29, Radnik 25, Rudar 24, Velež 22, Zvijezda 22, Travnik 20, Gošk 16 and Gradina with 5 points.
A MAN who feigned illness to escape garda custody has been fined for being drunk.Owen Hannigan, 33, appeared at Letterkenny District Court charged with entering a house at Ballyraine Park – near his home – with intent to commit an offence.He was also charged with being intoxicated in a public place on February 5 this year. Inspector Goretti Sheridan told Judge Paul Kelly that Hannigan was extremely drunk and local people had called gardai.The home owners had asked him to leave, but Hannigan had refused.He was arrested and taken to Letterkenny Garda Station.However once there he appeared to take ill, said the inspector.“He was taken by ambulance by Letterkenny General Hospital but he later admitted he had feigned illness to escape garda custody,” said Inspector Sheridan.Hannigan apologised to Judge Kelly.He said he had been “extremely stupid” and “extremely drunk”.He said he had been at a house party at the address the day before, had lost his phone and his coat and had gone back to get them.Hannigan was fined €150 for being intoxicated.Judge Kelly struck out the charge of entering the premises without consent.ARRESTED MAN RUSHED TO HOSPITAL ADMITS HE FAKED ILLNESS was last modified: July 6th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallyraineLetterkenny District CourtOwen Hannigan
How much software can fit in a butterfly brain? Scientists are again amazed at the navigating ability of Monarch butterflies. In the 07/09/2002 entry, we reported about how Canadian researchers used a clever flight simulator to test Monarch butterfly navigation with reference to sun angle. Now, using an enhanced version of the earlier “butterfly flight simulator,” with controls for wavelength and polarization of light, an international team reporting in Neuron1 found that the ultraviolet component of sunlight is critical for their navigation (see summary on EurekAlert). The small amount of UV light that makes it through Earth’s shielding atmosphere was also found to connect the butterfly’s circadian clock to its ability to orient itself. This provides the Monarch with a “time-compensated sun compass.” With this high-tech navigation gear, a Monarch butterfly can stay on course throughout the day, as the sun angle continuously changes. Another brain network detected by the team might regulate the insect’s hormonal system, “to induce the longevity that enables the butterfly to extend its survival in its overwintering grounds in Mexico.” That’s quite a bit of fancy software for a bug brain.1Sauman et al., ”Connecting the Navigational Clock to Sun Compass Input in Monarch Butterfly Brain,” Neuron, Vol 46, 457-467, 5 May 2005,Most software has bugs, but who would have thought that bugs have software? The authors did a short phylogenetic analysis of light-sensing genes among butterflies, but otherwise never mentioned evolution. They made no attempt to explain how a time-compensated sun compass, circadian clock, hormonal system and flight navigation hardware and software arose by a Darwinian process. Intelligent human designers of guidance and control systems should stand meekly and humbly before the Monarch butterfly, and – much more than they did as kids – wonder.(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Pamela SmithDTN Progressive Farmer Crops Technology EditorDECATUR, Ill. (DTN) — DTN is looking for two farmers to document and share their 2019 growing season.For the past 14 years, DTN’s View From the Cab series has encouraged readers to experience the successes, struggles and dreams of two farm families from spring planting through harvest. Now we’re looking for volunteers to step into the role for 2019.Genny Haun reported in from Kenton, Ohio, this past year. She said the experience caused the Layman Farms team to adopt a habit of gathering each week to review and plan ahead. “It did wonders to keep us all on the same track and that’s something we want to continue,” said Haun.Kyle Krier filed his weekly reports from Claflin, Kansas. He said reader responses and hearing what was happening in Ohio each week made him think beyond his own fields and furrows.“It definitely opened my eyes to agriculture in other regions and how diverse it truly is in the U.S.,” said Krier. “I loved learning about the challenges, differences in practice and how others use their time and abilities for their own prosperity.”The 2018 season definitely contained its moments. We interviewed Haun and Krier via texts, direct messages, emails, phone calls and personal visits to each farmer. We talked to them while they were baling hay, hauling kids to preschool and trying to fix computer issues (everyone’s worst nightmare). We birthed two babies, lamented employee labor challenges, disagreed and agreed on dicamba, crunched through crop insurance concerns and covered many other agricultural issues.What makes View From the Cab special as an editorial feature is it is real and celebrates the day-to-day.“The whole experience reminded me why I decided to farm in the first place,” Haun noted. “Agriculture is truly a passion of mine, and I want our family operation to run as efficiently and effectively as possible. I also want to stay actively involved in the agriculture community both at my local level and state.”Farmers interested in participating in View From the Cab during the 2019 season should send us a short note and tell us why you and your farm should be featured in this series. Give us an idea of what you grow, where and why you’d like to be considered.Send your letter to [email protected] View From the Cab featured farmers have been:— 2018: Genny Haun, Kenton, Ohio; Kyle Krier, Claflin, Kansas.— 2017: Zack Rendel, Miami, Oklahoma; Brent and Lisa Judisch, Cedar Falls, Iowa.— 2016: Chase Brown, Warrensburg, Illinois; Jim Hoover, Newport, Pennsylvania.— 2015: Lane Robinson, Cromwell, Indiana; Leon Kriesel, Gurley, Nebraska.— 2014: Karen and Bill Johnson, Avoca, Iowa; Jamie Harris, Madison, Florida.— 2013: William “Shep” Sheppard, Louisiana, Missouri; Kane Bercaw, Union City, Michigan.— 2012: Katie Sanger Hancock, Water Valley, Kentucky; Ryan Brodersen, Randolph, Nebraska.— 2011: Tom Tibbits, Minneapolis, Kansas; David Brandt, Carroll, Ohio.— 2010: Becton Bell, Wilson, Arkansas; Frank Zweber, Hoven, South Dakota.— 2009: Marcus Hess, Bushnell, Illinois; Matt Wolle, St. James, Minnesota.— 2008: Dan Pedersen, Underwood, Iowa; Brad Lindstrom, Varna, Illinois.— 2007: Matt Rush, Fairfield, Illinois; Jason Heijl, Abbott, Texas.— 2006: Bob Worth, Lake Benton, Minnesota; Keith Miller, Great Bend, Kansas.— 2005: Richard Oswald, Langdon, Missouri; Mark Rasumssen, Hoagland, Montana.Pamela Smith can be reached at [email protected] her on Twitter @PamSmithDTN(AG)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.
GeofogiesGeofogiesNominated by Tzinny, Michael and Lynn, a.k.a. Geofogies “are a great example of what geocaching is all about. Michael and Lynn recently passed 20,000 finds by traveling all over the world. They have found caches on all 7 continents and in 45 countries. In addition to finding caches, they own 73 of them. They also logged over 1,100 trackables. Most importantly, they are great people with interesting stories to share. They regularly attend events and love to go out on casual cache outings where they like to engage in lively conversation about geocaching. They are very encouraging and beginner cachers are always inspired by them.” SharePrint RelatedMay Featured Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your CommentsJune 12, 2012In “Community”Announcing the May Featured Geocacher of the MonthJune 24, 2012In “Community”July Featured Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your CommentsJuly 20, 2012In “Community” Comment below to tell us who you think should be the featured June Geocacher of the Month. A panel of Lackeys will use your comments to help decide which geocacher is awarded the honor. Each featured Geocacher of the Month will receive an exclusive special edition featured Geocacher of the Month Geocoin, along with a Geocacher of the Month hat, a Geocacher of the Month profile icon, and a certificate acknowledging their contributions signed by two of the founders of Geocaching.com. We will be accepting comments for June’s award through July 9th.Featured Geocacher of the Month IconThose whose nominees were not recognized here are encouraged to submit their nominations again next month.If you know an outstanding geocacher you would like to nominate to be a Featured Geocacher of the Month, send an email to [email protected] nomination must meet the following requirements:Please include your name, the name of your nominee, their username, at least one picture of the nominee and a description (500 or fewer words) explaining why he or she deserves to be the Geocacher of the Month. Please inform your nominee that you’ve submitted them for the award. Nominations for the July Geocacher of the Month must be received by July 16th.Once we have received all of the nominations, we will choose the top candidates and post them on the blog. You will then get a chance to champion your favorite. Our goal is to involve the entire geocaching community in this process so we might learn from each other. Share with your Friends:More akpattyakpatty“When Keith and Patty are on the hunt, they never give up. Whether that means wading a stream, climbing a tree, or figuring out a difficult clue,” says RanNat1718, who nominated akpatty for Geocacher of the Month. “They have been caching all over the world; Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Canada, Italy, and the Bahamas to name a few. They are very encouraging of using everyone’s talents in order to solve a clue and they leave no one out. Even though they love cracking a clue or making the find, they are willing to step aside and let someone else have the glory if it means that person will be excited for caching. It was akpatty who originally introduced us to geocaching and, since then, we’ve used it to explore unusual spots we never would have found on our own. It’s opened up a whole new way of traveling and exploring where we live.” Whether they are nominated as singles or as teams, these geocachers have one thing in common; they are truly inspirational. The June Featured Geocacher of the Month nominees have traveled the world, climbed trees, and spent countless hours making their caches just perfect.Lulusoy – May 2012 Geocacher of the MonthNow it’s your turn to help select one of them as June’s featured Geocacher of the Month.Write a comment on this blog post about which of these three geocachers you feel should be crowned.Last month, Lulusoy was chosen as the May Featured Geocacher of the Month. Lulusoy was recognized for organizing the very first official CITO event in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico and for running a successful podcast in Spanish called Cache D Island, where she talks about anything and everything geocaching-related.Here are your nominees for the June Featured Geocacher of the Month. Some testimonials have been edited for length.SniperChickenSniperchickenNominated by lacey38655, Scott, a.k.a. SniperChicken, is “the Board President for the Mississippi Geocachers Association. His dedication to geocaching as a whole, not only in Mississippi but nearby states is immeasurable. He will spend countless hours researching locations to give you the best place to go when searching for a cache. If the location is not the best, then you better bet the story line or cache itself will be unique. He owns over 140 geocaches, varying from Traditional Caches, to Multi-Caches, to EarthCaches. He is an active volunteer fire fighter and likes to use his skills from the fire service in extreme caching. Scott is also one of the few people I know who is a dedicated puzzle cacher. One of the greatest things about Scott is how warm he is to everyone he meets, making them feel the love of the sport through his love for the game.”
8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… T-Mobile G1 owners can do this too following the instructions here.2. Mods for Performance Improvements (and More)G1 and myTouch 3G owners can follow this tutorial to install the popular CyanogenMod on their devices, which boosts performance and speed, among other things. Here’s a video tutorial on this via AndroidandMe.com: Tags:#Google#How To#web Windows: Double click “install-superboot-windows.bat” Mac: Open a terminal window to the directory containing the files, and type “chmod +x install-superboot-mac.sh” followed by “/install-superboot-mac.sh” Linux: Open a terminal window to the directory containing the files, and type “chmod +x install-superboot-linux.sh” followed by “/install-superboot-linux.sh”That’s it, your device has been rooted! If those instructions confused you, check out YouTube for instructional videos instead. Here’s one for rooting the myTouch 3G or G1, and here’s one for the Motorola Droid. Here’s another. There’s also an alternative rooting method involving 1 click demoed here. You get the idea.Now What?Now that you’ve rooted your Android phone, you can get busy adding features, functionality and other hacks. This is the fun part! LifeHacker offers five great reasons to root your phone, for those wondering why you would bother to do this. Our favorite reasons? 1. Multi-TouchFirst of all, Nexus One users can enable multi-touch on their devices. RedmondPie has a good how-to on this: Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting If you need more information, visit the Cyanogenmod Wiki for all the details on this custom ROM. And stay tuned to the latest Cyanogen news via this website. 3. Extra Apps and FeaturesFor more fun hacks, try these:Anyone with a rooted handset can set up Wi-Fi and Bluetooth tethering using this app. The ever-popular Apps2SD software lets you migrate your Android apps over to your SD card, freeing up room on your phone. You can also install custom themes, ringtones and alerts. More?If you’ve hacked your Android phone, share your tips and tricks in the comments. Or if you have links to other good hacks, let us know. Image credit: Rooting android via ryebrye.com Meanwhile, Droid owners can hack their phones for multi-touch Web browsing: sarah perez Do you want to take control of your Android phone? By “rooting” your device, a process similar to jailbreaking an iPhone, you can install custom ROMs (images), which add stability and speed improvements to Google’s mobile operating system, as well as install new features developed by the hacker community themselves. The procedure involves running commands that enable total access to the device. For non-developer types, hacks like these sound scary, but by following the instructions below, you can take control of your Android phone in only a matter of minutes. The end result is a truly open device which you can modify to your heart’s content.Why Hack Android?So why would you want to hack your Android phone? For those with older handsets, rooting the device lets you install customized ROMs which can deliver major speed improvements and performance increases. For example, the popular CyanogenMod, created by one of Android’s most notable hackers, optimizes performance for both the G1 and MyTouch 3G handsets. Another good reason to root your phone? Multi-touch. One of the surprising omissions from Google’s own Nexus One handset, for example, is the ability to use more than one finger at a time to operate the device. Although available on iPhone from the start, the Nexus One excludes this valuable feature from its mobile operating system. Why? No one knows for sure, but it might have something to do with some patents Apple owns. But that’s no matter to the hacker community. Thanks again to cyanogen, Nexus One owners can enable the feature by copying some files over to their device. Other Android owners can perform similar procedures to enable multi-touch Web browsing. But before you can get started with any of these hacks, you first have to root the phone. How to Root Your Android Phone However, for novice hackers, “rooting” the phone sounds like it may be easier said than done. Although seemingly intimidating, by following a few simple steps anyone can do this with ease.Before getting started, remember to back up your phone, including your contacts, SMS messages, files and photos. The first step is to download and install Superboot, a boot image that, when flashed, will root the device the first time you boot up. You can grab a copy of the Superboot zip file from the Modaco forumshere. Once downloaded, extract the files it contains to a directory on your computer, just like any other zip file. Now put your Android phone in bootloader mode. (Note, owners of a retail N1 should see instructions here).To do so, turn off the phone, remove the battery, and plug in the USB cable. When the battery icon appears onscreen, pop the battery back in. Now tap the Power button while holding down the Camera key. For those whose Android phones have a trackball, you have an even easier method of doing this: Turn off the phone, press and hold the trackball, then turn the phone back on. Depending on your computer’s OS, do one of the following: Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
Twitter cofounder and chairman Jack Dorsey has either lost his mind, or he’s just showing the obsessive devotion to his company’s products he’s famed for.About an hour ago, Dorsey tweeted a six-second Vine video where he said he was “about to do something very interesting.” In the video, he followed some men in construction-worker uniforms. Where he was going, we weren’t quite sure.The next thing we knew, Dorsey tweeted a torrent of Vine videos with no further explanations. From the videos, it seems Dorsey followed those construction men up the scaffolding of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco and has been taking six-second videos of the view from high above the Bay with his smartphone. Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Kids, don’t try this at home.Dorsey appears to have followed safety protocols. He is buckled in and hooked to the wires that lead up the bridge, from what we can tell from his videos.Really though, who scales the Bay Bridge and whips out their smartphone?Dorsey may have just shown us the perfect example of when Google Glass is an essential gadget: when you are climbing large structures and presumably need your hands free on top of a windy bridge over large bodies of water.ReadWrite has noted before that Vine could be the killer app for Google Glass. Jack Dorsey just proved it. Related Posts dan rowinski The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Tags:#Jack Dorsey#Stunts#twitter#Vine Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro…