Here’s a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently.Tony Winner Ali Stroker & More Join Bridge to BroadwaySome incredible talents have joined the already star-studded Bridge to Broadway event, stage alum Erik Liberman’s online initiative that pairs aspiring musical-theater performers with Great White Way professionals. The program offers conversations and Q&As with Broadway luminaries working both onstage and behind the scenes. A percentage of the proceeds benefits The Actors Fund. The next round of guests includes Ali Stroker, André de Shields, Michael McElroy, Ted Sperling, Arian Moayed, Michele Shay, Michael Berresse and Austin Pendleton and Jay Duplass.2020 Powerhouse Theater Season Has Been PostponedNew York Stage and Film and Vassar College announced that the 2020 Powerhouse Theater season has been postponed to 2021 as a result of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Each year, the Powerhouse season runs in June and July and serves more than 400 professional artists, 50 student writers, directors and actors in its training program, 25 interns and 10,000 audience members. Last year, the season included a reading of Ingrid Michaelson’s stage adaptation of The Notebook. New York Stage and Film will continue to serve artists throughout the course of the full calendar year with workshops, readings and residencies.Les Miserables—The Staged Concert Available for DownloadProducer Cameron Mackintosh has announced the digital debut of the Les Misérables -The Staged Concert on digital download in the U.K. and Australia, which will also raise funds for performers, musicians and the National Health Service. For every £9.99 digital download, The Mackintosh Foundation will also donate £5.00 to be shared amongst the charities Acting for Others, the Musicians Union Coronavirus Hardship Fund and Captain Tom Moore’s Walk for the NHS fund. In addition, Mackintosh has launched the fundraising by donating £100,000 from his foundation. Hear the people sing, and make your own contribution here.Disney Brings Theater Magic Home with The Lion King ExperienceDisney Theatrical Productions is now offering a free virtually accessible version of The Lion King Experience, a unique holistic arts education program that provides students and educators an immersive introduction to theater making through the lens of the Broadway smash hit. The web-based, multi-media curriculum was originally designed to be facilitated in a classroom by an instructor as an enhancement for schools producing kids and junior adaptations of The Lion King, but with new step-by-step instructions, students can explore the full experience at home. Through the curriculum, students examine theatrical processes including playwrighting, directing, designing, technical theater and more. For more information, click here.Denise Gough & More Set for Unprecedented: Real Time Theatre from a State of IsolationAs previously reported, BBC Arts has joined forces with the theater company Headlong and Century Films for Unprecedented: Real Time Theatre from a State of Isolation, a series of short, digital plays written and performed in isolation, which will be broadcast. Written by celebrated playwrights, including Ink’s Tony-nominated scribe James Graham, the plays will respond to how our understanding and experiences of community, education, work, relationships, family, culture, climate and capitalism are evolving on an unprecedented scale as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. The cast of over 50 U.K. actors will include Tony nominee Denise Gough, Arthur Darvill, Patricia Allison, James Norton and many more. Using digital conferencing technology and combining live and pre-recorded material, these intimate new works will be broadcast on the BBC this May. Ali Stroker(Photo: Emilio Madrid for Broadway.com) View Comments
Last week, the Sacramento Superior Court of the State of California rejected claims by PETA to discredit communications from the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) about how California dairy farmers care for their dairy herds.The Court determined that “the Department [of Food and Agriculture] and CMAB members have extensive experience and knowledge that provides strong evidentiary support for the claims made by the challenged marketing statements.”advertisementadvertisement California dairy families take the well-being and care of their cows very seriously.The CMAB’s key responsibility is, and always has been, to market and to create a demand for California dairy products. Through its role, the California Milk Advisory Board also contributes to creating choices for consumers around buying dairy products. PD—From California Milk Advisory Board news release
Link to post Share on other sites Forums Home 0 Sports Logo News 508 posts 14,324 posts Banned 5,354 posts Posted September 19, 2006 721 Share this post 0 Don’t call it a comeback 2 Posted September 19, 2006 Banned 13,833 Favourite Logos:WyoMings! Marinerzzzzz Posted September 18, 2006 2 Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years Link to post New NFL Font Sheet! Followers 0 Ever think that there’s more than just what you see? 0 0 Mac the Knife Posted September 19, 2006 slapshot bucskick20 Posted September 18, 2006 SportsLogos.Net Both are rounded, but the two are different. The Cardinals numbers seem shorter proportionally..the 1 looks like USC’s numbers, and the 2 has a diagonal midsection as opposed to the Vikings’ horizontal 2. 1,247 Sports Logos Link to post By Nick 1733, September 18, 2006 in Sports Logo News Moderators Nick 1733 Posted September 18, 2006 Link to post Banned Nick 1733 This topic is now closed to further replies. Followers 0 very nice, but i musta missed the original set… any links? The original sets were posted on here back in November/December of 2004 and I posted the Cardinals new set last year around September/October.I don’t have any links right now, these were all done by myself and Jim (jpslapshot) almost two years ago. After what happened on eBay a few months ago, I can’t release the vector files to but a few trusted people, but I released the .gif images for everyone to use. Mings 13,833 577 Ever think that there’s more than just what you see? Members After what happened on eBay a few months ago, I can’t release the vector files to but a few trusted people, but I released the .gif images for everyone to use. Allow me… Ever think that there’s more than just what you see? Posted September 18, 2006 2 5,354 posts New NFL Font Sheet! bucskick20 slapshot Link to post SportsLogos.Net Sports Logo News 2 0 Mings pagan696 Members Posted September 19, 2006 Am I right that those are the same as the Cardinals numbers with both rounded and sharp corners? Nick 1733 Mac the Knife Share on other sites Share this post 17,857 posts 1,247 2,222 posts Share on other sites 577 Link to post Share on other sites Link to post 2 577 2 2 DG_ThenNowForever Go To Topic Listing pagan696 Banned 0 Share on other sites 13,833 1,247 Sports Logos All Activity Share this post 5,354 posts 2 Location:Minnesota Posted September 19, 2006 Nick 1733 Sign in to follow this Link to post Just a comment — the “J” in that set is ludicrous. I agree, that’s how they decided to do it though. Thought I was seeing things at first. 33,394 posts Location:Chicago, IL very nice, but i musta missed the original set… any links? 2 117 Share on other sites Share on other sites Do you have a link to the origional? Just a comment — the “J” in that set is ludicrous. 18,373 posts All Activity Members Location:Seattle 0 721 Share this post Link to post DG_ThenNowForever Share this post I know it’s be a LONG time since I did these, but the Vikings changed their look and with it came a new font, so I’ve finished it and here it is for everyone to enjoy!! Medical Crab Recommended Posts Share this post Nick 1733 2 Nick 1733 2 Members 0 Share this post Share this post Share this post Share on other sites Sign in to follow this New NFL Font Sheet! 117 2 Share on other sites Forums Home 0 721 117
Saudi Arabia managed their first win at the 2018 World Cup by beating Egypt 2-1 with a last-gasp winner that eclipsed Egyptian talisman Mohamed Salah’s 22nd minute goal in Monday’s Group A game between the two eliminated teams.Saudi Arabia finished third in the group standings, scoring their only goals of the tournament and vastly improving from the 5-0 thrashing by hosts Russia in their opening game.It was a bitter disappointment for the Egyptian side, however, with Liverpool striker Salah unable to prevent three consecutive defeats for his country. Egyptian keeper Essam El-Hadary became the oldest player ever to appear at a World Cup at 45-years-old.Saudi Arabia got back in the game with a penalty awarded just before halftime and Salman Al-Faraj scored from the spot. They then pulled off a win in the 95th minute thanks to Salem Al-Dawsari’s angled shot.