View Comments Amber Milt Yep, just a little bit of pixie dust! Broadway Balances America, the special six-part series airing on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, continued its third season on September 27 with a special look at the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award-winning musical Finding Neverland. Correspondent Amber Milt chats with Tony-winning director Diane Paulus, Emmy-winning choreographer Mia Michaels and Olivier winner Laura Michelle Kelly, who starred in the Broadway production of Neverland. Click play! Broadway Balances America
(West Palm Beach, FL) — A Florida vacation home in the exclusive Ibis Golf and Country Club is nearly uninhabitable after being overtaken by dozens of federally protected black vultures. The owners, the Casimanos from New York, have moved their family back up north because the vultures have taken up residence at their $700-thousand West Palm Beach house, vomiting and pooping all over the property. Experts say the unique vultures throw up as a form of self-defense to scare away predators. According the couple, the birds have destroyed the pool and screen enclosures making the home smell “like a thousand rotting corpses.” The Casimanos fear for the safety of their small children around the destructive birds.A neighbor says many of the vultures became trapped in her pool enclosure, violently tearing each other apart when they could not find a way out. The Home Owner’s Association says another neighbor has been feeding the birds and has been cited and fined, but keeps feeding them anyway. Most property owners have very few options when their place is taken over by the federally protected birds.
Halep steps on the quarterfinals in Melbourne for the fourth time (his greatest end result was the ultimate he misplaced in 2018 towards the newly retired Caroline Wozniacki) and will face Kontaveit, who reaches them for the primary time. In reality, he had by no means handed eighth in Grand Slams (one thing historic for his nation as a result of nobody there had completed it) and took benefit Swiatek’s extra momentum, which added 42 profitable strokes however accrued 51 unforced errors. Halep maintained with Mertens a rivalry whose earlier chapter had ended with Elise’s victory in the Doha last, though in Roland Garros 2018 the winner was Simona, who solely made three errors this time on the Rod Laver Area. The document between Halep and Kontaveit favors the primary 2-0, though they haven’t crossed since Rome 2017.Outcomes of the ladies’s group of the Australian Open. Simona Halep and Anett Konataveit have been the primary to maneuver to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open this Monday. The Romanian, third favourite, beat the Belgian Elise Mertens (16th) by a double 6-4 in 1h: 37, whereas the Estonian beat the 18-year-old Polish lady Iga Swiatek with extra issues 6-7 (4) , 7-5 and 7-5 in 2h: 42.
ꟷ says he identifies with PPP/C’s vision for GuyanaNewly-selected Prime Ministerial (PM) candidate of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) retired Brigadier Mark Phillips is counting his selection as a great honour, as he promises dedicated service to the people.PPP Prime Ministerial candidate, Brigadier (ret’d) Mark PhillipsIn a statement after the PPP Central Committee would have endorsed him, Phillips noted that his selection was both an honour and a privilege. He also made it clear that he is in support of the PPP’s vision for the development of Guyana.When it comes to PPP Presidential Candidate and former Housing Minister Dr Irfaan Ali, Phillips emphasised that he wholeheartedly supports him. And he urged everyone to remain focused on the big picture.“I identify with the party’s vision for Guyana and I wholeheartedly support our Presidential Candidate, Dr Irfaan Ali. As we embark on this journey together, be assured of my continued service to all the people of Guyana. Let us be steadfast and let us always remain focused,” Phillips said in his statement.Phillips emerged as the consensus candidate on Friday after the withdrawal of another contender, Bishop Juan Edghill. It is understood that Edghill wrote the party to withdraw his nomination, after which the Central Committee endorsed Phillips.In his letter, Edghill had described his withdrawal from consideration as a move of strategic value. He had said in his letter that he remained committed to the party, a point the PPP itself reinforced in a statement it put out afterwards.In the statement, the PPP lauded the Bishop and his contributions and made it clear that Edghill, who served as a Junior Finance Minister under former President Donald Ramotar’s administration, would play a key role should the party win power in the March 2 General and Regional Elections.Hugh Todd, a University of Guyana lecturer who had also been cited as a possible Prime Ministerial candidate, threw his support behind Phillips. In a Facebook post, Todd congratulated Phillips and urged supporters to back the Ali-Phillips ticket.“Brigadier Phillips has my full support as we work towards restoring democracy and putting Guyana back on a pathway towards prosperity. March 2 is another critical juncture in our political history. Let us support the Ali-Phillips ticket as they lead us to a March 2 PPP/C victory,” Todd said in his post.Phillips served as Chief of Staff of the GDF from 2013 to 2016. He previously attended the Royal Military Academy of Sandhurst in the United Kingdom and was Guyana’s non-resident Military attaché to Venezuela. Phillips is also the holder of a Master’s Degree in Public Sector Management.Elections are due March 2, 2020… one year and two months after the No Confidence Motion was passed against the Government. Nomination day is meanwhile scheduled for January 12 and will potentially see as many as 19 parties participating.