Check Out Tony and Emmy Winner Jeffrey Wright in the Season Four Trailer of Boardwalk Empire

first_imgTony and Emmy winner Jeffrey Wright is muscling his way onto Boardwalk Empire’s turf. The Emmy-nominated HBO period drama returns on September 8, and the season four trailer finds Enoch “Nucky” Thompson (Steve Buscemi) with his hands full while negotiating the Prohibition-era underworld of Atlantic City and New York City. It also offers a first look at series newcomer Wright (Angels in America), who will play Harlem kingpin Dr. Valentin Narcisse. “Only kings understand each other,” he declares, before posing the foreboding question, “What shall we do, Mr. Thompson? What shall we do?” Check out the trailer below to find out what’s brewing on the Boardwalk. View Commentslast_img read more

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Exiting Spider-Man Star Reeve Carney Lands Role in Horror Series Penny Dreadful

first_imgOh, the horror…series! Fresh off the news of his upcoming departure from Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark, original star Reeve Carney has scored a key role in Showtime’s upcoming horror drama series Penny Dreadful, created by Tony winner John Logan (Red, I’ll Eat You Last). According to The Hollywood Reporter, Carney will be a series regular on the eight-episode drama, which intertwines classic horror character origin stories (like that of Dr. Frankenstein and Dracula) into one fright-packed anthology. Carney will play Dorian Gray, the titular hero of Oscar Wilde’s 1890 novel about a young man who sells his soul in order to stop aging. Penny Dreadful also stars Timothy Dalton, Jost Hartnett and Eva Green. Star Files Reeve Carneycenter_img Carney is poised to exit his three-year stint as the superhero webslinger in Broadway’s Spider-Man in September. He’ll appear next in Mystery White Boy as musician Jeff Buckley. Carney also made a memorable appearance at MTV’s Video Music Awards in August 2013, attending the show with Taylor Swift (who picked up the best female video award for “I Knew You Were Trouble,” in which Carney starred). View Commentslast_img read more

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Weekend Poll: Which Into the Woods Movie Performance Are You Most Excited to See?

first_img View Comments Anything can happen in the woods, including (but not limited to) wolf kidnappings, cow exchanges, illicit affairs, footwear robberies and at least three shady negotiations over legumes. All of these magical events are a part of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Into the Woods, and they’ll all take center stage—or, screen—when the show receives an all-star movie adaptation, due for release on Christmas 2014. Disney’s Into the Woods is shaping up to be the movie musical event of next year, with stars like Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp and Anna Kendrick on tap to channel their inner fairy tale characters in the enchanted musical. Now that the cast is officially set, we want to know: Which performance in the film will be the most magical? Cast your vote below!last_img read more

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Cafe Carlyle’s Winter Season Includes Tony Winners Sutton Foster, John Lloyd Young & More

first_img Sutton Foster Following Foster, Clint Holmes and Jane Monheit take the stage January 28 through February 1 in a new show featuring the music of Grammy- and Tony Award-nominated composer/producer Frank Wildhorn (Jekyll and Hyde), who will perform with the singers. From January 14 through 24, Broadway bound Violet star Foster (Anything Goes, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Shrek, Bunheads) will make a highly anticipated return to open the winter season at Cafe Carlyle. Star Files John Pizzarelli returns March 17 through 29 to premiere a concert of bossa nova music featuring the Brazilian singer-songwriter and pianist Daniel Jobim, grandson of Antonio Carlos Jobim. Throughout the season, Woody Allen will continue to perform Monday nights with the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band.center_img Jersey Boys original star John Lloyd Young launches a new show February 4 through 15, followed by Nellie McKay (The Threepenny Opera, Old Hats) February 18 through 23. Fiona Apple’s sister Maude Maggart makes her Café debut February 25 through March 1. Come to the cabaret! Cafe Carlyle’s Winter 2014 season will include Tony winners Sutton Foster and John Lloyd Young, as well as debuts by Nellie McKay, Maude Maggart and composer Frank Wildhorn, performing his songs with Clint Holmes and Jane Monheit. More artists will be announced at a later date. View Comments John Lloyd Younglast_img read more

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NSWPS

first_imgNaval Special Warfare Preparatory School (NSWPS) Great Lakes is responsible for preparing students for Basic Underwater Demolition School (BUD/S). About 250 Sailors are at the prep school at a given time for about eight weeks of physical conditioning and mental preparation before transferring on to the BUD/S school in Coronado, Calif.The course prepares students for the rigors of SEAL training. The majority of SEAL students are enlisted Sailors fresh out of boot camp from Recruit Training Command (RTC). Also present are fleet Sailors who have been selected for SEAL training. While most of the class is enlisted, all future SEAL officers are enrolled, joining their class during the last two weeks of BUD/S Prep to develop class cohesion, leadership and help prepare the class to function as a team when they report to BUD/S.At the prep school, enlisted and officer candidates train together, with the curriculum providing each candidate the opportunity for success through daily physical and academic training.last_img read more

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Sexual Harassment Assault Response Prevention (SHARP)

first_img2601 Indiana Ave.24/7 Hotline 270-498-4319Office 270-798-6383/270-412-5497http://www.sharp.army.mil/index.aspxHours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through FridayThe SHARP program is dedicated to eliminating sexual harassment and sexual assault within the Army Family through robust prevention and training, direct leader engagement in support of the SHARP Program, and consistent team coordination that can inspire trust in the SHARP response system. SHARP staff can offer Information and support to victims of sexual assault. SHARP classes that will satisfy the annual training required of all civilian employees are provided monthly.last_img read more

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Vehicle Registration

first_imgTennessee and Kentucky Driver’s LicensesNew residents have 30 days after establishing residence in either state to renew their driver’s license, per state vehicle codes. No test is required if the current out-of-state license is valid.CLARKSVILLE DRIVER’S SERVICE CENTER220 W. Dunbar Cave Road931-648-5596Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed weekends and all holidays.CIRCUIT CLERK’S DRIVER’S LICENSE OFFICEChristian County Justice Center100 Justice Way270-889-6540Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Monday through Friday.VEHICLE REGISTRATIONActive duty Soldiers and dependents can retain their vehicle registration from whichever state they are registered. Residents of Kentucky (Hopkinsville) or Tennessee (Clarksville) can register their vehicle at the following locations:Clarksville, TennesseeMontgomery County Clerk35 Pageant Lane, Suite 502Clarksville, TN 37040270-648-5711Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.Hopkinsville, KentuckyChristian County Clerk511 S. Main St.Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240270-887-4105Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Closed weekends and holidays.last_img read more

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Safety

first_imgState of OhioEmergency Management 614-889-7150http://ema.ohio.govThe Ohio Emergency Management Agency’s mission is to coordinate activities to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. Visit the agency’s website for information on preparedness and the Safer Ohio App — a mobile public safety tool for reporting suspicious activity, requesting emergency or roadside help, and monitoring traffic conditions.Clark CountyEmergency Management 937-521-2175www.clarkcountyohio.gov/index.aspx?NID=158The Clark County Emergency Management Agency provides information for community and individual disaster and emergency preparedness. The agency manages Hyper-Reach, a mass notification system that sends community alerts via telephone, text and email in the event of emergency situations. Alert examples include tornado warnings, missing child notifications, boil alert notices and evacuation notices. Visit the agency’s website for disaster preparedness information.Greene CountyEmergency Management 937-562-5994http://www.co.greene.oh.us/191/Emergency-Management-AgencyGreene County’s Emergency Management Agency provides a comprehensive emergency management program that coordinates people and resources in order to protect the lives, property and environment within the county. Visit the website for the county’s safety checklists and information on Hyper-Reach alerts.Miami CountyEmergency Management 937-332-8560www.co.miami.oh.us/Index.aspx?NID=753Miami County’s Emergency Management Agency strives to lessen the loss of life, reduce injuries and reduce property damage during incidents through mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. The agency maintains an alert center that allows users to view alerts and emergencies in their area. Visit the agency’s website to subscribe.Montgomery CountyEmergency Management 937-224-8934https://www.mcohio.org/departments/emergency_management/Montgomery County’s Office of Emergency Management is responsible for coordinating the county’s efforts to prepare for, prevent, respond to and recover from disasters. Visit the office’s website for information on personal preparedness, seasonal weather hazards and other resources.Preble CountyEmergency Management 937-472-0087https://www.preblecountyhealth.org/#!emergency-preparedness/c1qw6Preble County Public Health maintains on-call personnel 24/7 to respond to public health emergency situations. Preble County Public Health works with representatives from local law enforcement, the Emergency Management Agency, the Emergency Medical System, fire departments, Red Cross, county agencies, school districts and elected officials to develop plans that minimize the effects of an adverse event. Visit the department’s website for the county’s emergency response plan and other disaster preparedness information.last_img read more

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Getting Here

first_imgDirections to Naval Support Activity Philadelphia700 Robbins St., Philadelphia, Pa, 19111From Philadelphia International Airport and points South:Merge onto I-95N/Delaware Expressway.Take exit 27 toward Bridge St/Harbison Ave.Merge onto Aramingo Ave.Left at Bridge St.Right at Bustleton Ave.Take the second left onto E Cheltenham Ave.Right at Oxford circle, then make a right onto Oxford Ave/Route 232 (This will take you across US 1/Roosevelt Blvd).Make a left to stay on Oxford Ave.Left into Naval Support Activity Philadelphia’s main gate.From Newark Liberty International Airport, and points North:Note: This route requires use of toll roads and the cost will vary depending on your originating point.Merge onto US-1/US-9 via the ramp to ElizabethTake exit toward I-95 S/New Jersey TurnpikeMerge onto NJ-81 S (If coming from Newark Liberty International Airport)Take the ramp for I-95 SKeep right at fork and continue on to I-95 S/NJ Turnpike (approximately 50 miles)Slight right on the New jersey Turnpike ExtensionContinue onto I-276 WTake exit 351 for US-1 toward Philadelphia/TrentonKeep right at the fork and continue onto US-1 SMerge onto the outside/right-side segment of lanesRight at Levick StLeft at Oxford Ave and continue straight into Naval Support Activity Philadelphia’s main gateToll free option:Merge onto US-1/US-9 via the ramp to Elizabeth.Stay right at Bayway Circle.Take second right onto US-1 S/Carlton St.Continue to follow US-1 S.Merge onto I-95 S via ramp toward Philadelphia (It’s possible to stay on US-1 S here but there is a toll to cross a bridge).Merge onto US-1 S.Merge onto the outside/right-side segment of lanes of US-1 S/Roosevelt blvd.Right at Levick St.Left at Oxford Ave and continue straight into Naval Support Activity Philadelphia’s main gate.From Harrisburg, Pa, and points West:Note: This route requires use of toll roads and the cost will vary depending on your originating point.Merge onto I-83 N toward Hershey.Take exit 46A and merge onto I-283 S toward I-76/Airport/Lancaster.Take exit toward I-76 E.Take the exit on the LEFT to merge onto I-76E toward Philadelphia.Take exit 326 toward I-76 E toward Philadelphia.Take exit 340B to merge onto US-1 N/Roosevelt Blvd. Travel north on US-1 for just under six miles.Left at Adams Ave.Right at Tabor Ave.Right at Levick St.Right at Martin Mills Rd.Right at Oxford Ave into Naval Support Activity Philadelphia’s main gate.From Ft. Dix, McGuire AFB, and points East:Merge onto NJ-68 NLeft at Mt. Pleasent RdContinue onto Columbus RdLeft to stay on Columbus RdLeft at US-130 SSlight right at Washington AveSlight left at Kiem BlvdContinue onto Burlington Bristol BridgeContinue onto PA-413 NLeft at Newport RdLeft at US-13 S/Bristol PikeContinue to follow US-13 SRight at Cottman Ave/Route 73Left at Oxford AveContinue straight into Naval Support Activity Philadelphia’s main gateThe directions and map provided here are intended as a reference. Please go to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s website for current roadway information.last_img read more

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Otso Waheela C gravel bike gets sharp new looks, still crazy versatile w/ monster…

first_imgWhat size wheels and tires do you want to ride today? That’s a question you would be asking yourself if you owned an Otso Waheela C. The carbon gravel bike is one of the most versatile out there thanks to a clever dropout system that adjusts both wheelbase and bottom bracket height to accommodate for the difference in wheel and tire sizing. But if you saw our first posts on the bike, you already know that. Now, the bike is getting a fresh new look with some beautiful new color schemes and updated build options.While the frame hasn’t changed, it’s worth pointing out what makes this bike unique. With total clearance for 700c x 53mm, 29 x 2.1″, or 27.5 x 2.25″ tires you can run the biggest gravel tires out there.But thanks to the three positions of the Tuning Chip dropout system, you can also run much smaller tires without putting the BB in a terrible position. When the Tuning Chips are at the front position, the bottom bracket is at its highest. As the Chips move backwards, the BB drops to make up for the fact that the bigger tires would naturally raise the BB. Note that the Tuning Chip system is not a slider – it uses massive hardware that bolts everything together on top of the thru axle pulling both sides together to completely eliminate the chance for any noises down the line.In total there is 20mm of wheelbase adjustment and 4mm of BB height adjustment with three Chip positions. The bike also features a longer top tube meant to be paired with shorter stems for better handling and also more clearance between your feet and the front tire for reduced toe overlap with giant tires. Available a frameset with a frame, fork and headset for $2,2550, complete bikes will start at $3,600 with a Shimano GRX base build shown above. Further customization to the build can be done with the Otso bike builder which provides a ton of options.With the exception of the size small Gloss Red, all colors and sizes are available now.otsocycles.com New to the Waheela C is the choice of frame color with Midnight Blue & Chartreuse or Seafoam & Maroon. That makes for some pretty sharp looking bikes – especially against a backdrop of sticky red clay. These new colors will be in addition to the existing choices of Gloss White, Matte Black, and Gloss Red.center_img The carbon frame uses EPS molding for a light weight build without a lot of excess resin and smooth internal walls. A 68mm threaded bottom bracket keeps things simple, the frame has the ability to run 1x or 2x drivetrains with massive chainring clearance – 53T for 2x, and 50t for 1x round or 46t for 1x oval rings. The internal cable routing also makes this frame dropper compatible, and the Lithic full carbon fork uses a 15 x 100mm thru axle up front and 12 x 142mm thru axle out back.Not thrilled about the 15mm axle up front? Otso (which is the bike division of Wolf Tooth Components) tells us that they are very close to releasing a 15mm to 12mm adapter for existing Lithic Hiili forks. That would give anyone that currently owns a Lithic fork or anyone who buys a new Otso bike with one the option of running both axle standards on the same fork. Once available, we’re told that both the bikes and the aftermarket forks will be sold with 12mm axles as the standard, and 15mm available as an option.last_img read more

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