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first_img Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter By News Highland – October 25, 2011 Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter Donegal Gathering aims to brings the diaspora back to the County Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Pinterest Google+center_img Previous articleMc Brearty praises council’s flood responseNext articleDerry brothers jailed for driving theory test scam News Highland Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Pinterest WhatsApp News Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North WhatsApp Google+ A number of major tourism events are due to take place in Donegal next year as part of the “Donegal Gathering”.The initiative is the brainchild of Donegal’s Mayor Cllr Noel Mc Bride, who wants to see a number of events geared towards promote the County and encouraging members of the Donegal diaspora the return.Cllr Mc Bride says while no events have been confirmed, he and the executive are at an advanced stage of planning and discussion.Cllr Noel McBride says as Mayor, his number one priority is creating employment through tourism…..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/mcb1pm.mp3[/podcast]last_img read more

first_img An Emmy winner for her documentary Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie, Arnaz also teased, “We’re in discussion with a company right now that wants to produce a Broadway show based on [my parents’] lives. It’s people who could really get it done and would know how to do it well.” Arnaz added that a feature film covering the same material is also in development. She would consult on both projects as a producer. Arnaz keeps adding to her plate, but there’s no stopping her: “You talk about raining and pouring. It’s drenching out there right now! I’m soaking wet.” Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 4, 2015 View Comments Lucie Arnaz is swinging back to the Great White Way! The actress will show off her circus moves as sassy grandma Berthe in the Tony-winning revival of Pippin. After kicking off the production’s national tour in September, she’s already had a few performances under her belt, but playing a hot trapezing granny is hard work: “My back went out, my knees went out, my thighs went out,” she told Broadway.com. “Then suddenly it got strong. Now it’s fun!” She’ll be taking center ring at the Music Box Theatre this week as Andrea Martin reprises her Tony-winning performance on the West Coast. Pippin Arnaz, who admits to being a “musical theater freak” as a kid, will still get to direct the Hazel reading while spending her evenings flipping through the air in Pippin. Based on the cartoon by Ted Key about a maid working for a middle-class family, Hazel features music by her friend and longtime music director Ron Abel, lyrics by Chuck Steffan and a book by Lissa Levin. The team aims to have stage vet Klea Blackhurst—whom Arnaz initially suggested for the show’s demo recordings—in the title role. Arnaz credits Abel and Steffan as the “bravest people on Broadway” for sticking to their intuition. Related Shows Naturally, the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz was trained at an early age to hit her marks, enunciate and all those fundamentals: “That’s all part of my bloodstream now,” she explained. Her parents also instilled her with a huge boost of self-confidence. “My mother used to say, ‘I don’t know how you do it. I can’t do that.’ And my father used to send me red and white carnations on every opening and say, ‘Nobody will do it better than you.’ Wonderful, positive reinforcements.” So how did Arnaz wind up on Broadway after just a few short weeks on the road? While Martin was scheduled to perform in L.A., Arnaz had planned to take a hiatus and come to New York to direct a reading of the forthcoming musical adaptation of Hazel. That’s when producer Barry Weissler had an idea: Why not put Arnaz under the Broadway big top for a limited engagement? “So I said, ‘You know, let’s go for it. Take a chance and do it,’” Arnaz recalls. “I love this part and I’m looking forward to be able to do it for my friends.”last_img read more

first_imgEngland’s star all-rounder Ben Stokes says the Bristol bar brawl and the ensuing chain of events, which dogged his career for 15 months, may be the “best thing that could have happened” to him.The ugly episode brought about a change in his lifestyle.Following the incident in September 2017, Stokes was acquitted of affray at Bristol Crown Court in August last year, before the England and Wales Cricket Board’s Discipline Commission concluded his 15-month exile after a hearing in December last year.”It sounds silly but, could Bristol have been the best thing that could have happened to me? Who knows. But maybe in terms of my way of thinking,” Stokes told ‘ESPNcricinfo’ during a visit to a children’s charity here.Stokes, who is playing for Rajasthan Royals in this year’s IPL, said he was determined to win the upcoming World Cup at home.”I don’t want to be remembered as the guy who had a fight in the street. I want to do things on the field to be remembered for. If we win the World Cup, that becomes the first paragraph… doesn’t it?””I was that close to my career ending and being thrown away just like that. Maybe that is it,” the New Zealand-born cricketer added.He missed the 2017-18 Ashes series against Australia after being suspended by the ECB pending the police investigation.”No matter what happens in life with me now, the Bristol thing will always be there.”It’s something I’ll always carry with me. It’ll always be there. Always.”He said that his off-field activities had changed since his arrest outside a Bristol nightclub, in the wake of England’s victory over West Indies in an ODI.advertisement”I don’t go out anymore. I mean, I might go out for dinner, but I don’t go out-out (for long night and drinks) anymore in England,” he said.”I used to love going out and celebrating with the lads. But we can do that in the hotel and I don’t miss it. I don’t feel that urge any more. Once you make the transition to not doing it then you don’t miss it,” Stokes said.Also Read | Ben Stokes has been punished enough: Michael Vaughan after pub brawl verdictAlso Read | Ben Stokes ‘mocked gay men’ before Bristol pub brawl: ProsecutorAlso Read | Ben Stokes had at least 7 vodka drinks and 3 beers before Bristol pub brawlAlso Watch | Great to have someone like Chris Gayle in KXIP: KL Rahullast_img read more