View Comments Patrick Stewart Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on March 30, 2014 Ian McKellen Star Files No Man’s Land No Man’s Land headliners Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen are accustomed to having famous people visit them backstage—but when former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright stopped by for a visit, even the Sirs were surprised! The honorary chair of the World Justice Project took an evening off on January 11 to catch the existential Harold Pinter play at the Cort Theatre, and after the show, she went backstage to greet Broadway besties McKellen and Stewart and co-stars Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley in person. Check out this hot shot, then catch the starry foursome in No Man’s Land and Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot, playing in repertory through March 30.
RidgeviewTel, a full-service broadband communications company, is helping rural Vermont residents map their broadband needs at the Vermont Dairy Festival in Enosburg Falls this weekend, June 5 through 7. In addition to participating in the popular parade, RidgeviewTel will have a tent in the festival’s concessions area equipped with access to http://weneedbroadband.com(link is external), a dial-up friendly site where festival-goers from communities under- or unserved by broadband can map their location in a system that compiles their demand for broadband to attract service and even federal stimulus dollars.”We are activists,” said Vince Jordan, CEO of RidgeviewTel. “We understand the value of high-speed Internet and believe everyone deserves affordable broadband and the opportunities it provides. That’s why we’re reaching out inVermont and around the country, encouraging rural residents to map their location and rally their neighbors to do the same.”When the federal government starts distributing the $7.2 billion earmarked for rural broadband, it’s essential that the funds go to areas with the most need. Additionally, communities that have already been mapped for service will be decidedly more attractive to telecommunications companies receiving these funds. With the help of communities likeEnosburg Falls and others throughout Vermont, RidgeviewTel is tracking the true demand directly from the source – rural residents with little to no option for broadband Internet – and helping accelerate network deployments. Additionally, RidgeviewTel plans to share the data collected with economic development groups that can also vie for stimulus dollars and help bring broadband to communities that need it most.RidgeviewTel is a full-service broadband communications company based in Longmont, Colorado, that provides affordable, high-speed, wireless Internet services to communities under-served by traditional telecom and cable providers. Founded by President and CEO Vincent Jordan, a telecom industry veteran and entrepreneur, RidgeviewTel provides wireless broadband to 14 communities in New York, 25 in Colorado, and 15 in Illinois. For more about RidgeviewTel, visit www.ridgeviewtel.com(link is external).ENOSBURG FALLS, Vt., June 4 /PRNewswire/ —
Share Accident at Massacre this morning.The victim of an early morning road traffic accident is said to be in a stable condition at the princess Margaret Hospital. 51 year old Griffin Harris an employee of Mam’s Super Market in Massacre, was on his way to work when he was struck by a jeep after it collided with another vehicle shortly before 7:00am this morning. The victim’s son Ronald “Mickey” Harris says his father’s both legs have been broken as a result of the accident. “When they did the x-ray at the hospital we found out that of his both legs were broken. They stabilized the legs and he is now in theatre undergoing surgery,” he explained.Police are conducting their investigations the accident. Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring! LocalNews A morning accident in Massacre leaves one man hospitalized by: – October 31, 2011 Tweet 52 Views no discussions Share Share
It is back to the drawing board for manager Chris Ramsey after embattled QPR fell to an uninspiring defeat at Crystal Palace. “Mathematically of course we’re not safe but we’re in a great position and we would have snapped someone’s hand off to be in this position at this stage, whoever the manager was,” he said. “I said to the players when I arrived to look above because if you look below there is anxiety and pressure. You can’t play like that. “You have to try to get above Newcastle, whoever is above us. We’re above Everton, that was a bit of a goal for us. Can we stay above them? There is plenty of motivations in our group to stay where we want to stay. “I think 11th or 12th is top of the league for this team at the moment for where we are at the moment. I n the summer, if we are clever enough it might not be.” The west Londoners have just five points to show from their last 12 top-flight matches, putting their Premier League status at serious risk. Saturday’s 3-1 defeat at Selhurst Park was the latest hammer blow, making it four straight defeats after Ramsey last month oversaw Rangers’ first away win of the campaign. Morale had been boosted by that victory but now they are hurtling towards the Championship, with the first-half capitulation against Palace a particular concern. “We’ll go for it as best we can,” Ramsey said, looking ahead to the final nine matches. “The players are disappointed. They’re still unified in what we’re trying to do and all we can do is keep fighting. “The only thing we can do is go back to the drawing board, there’s nothing else we can do. “I know there are Rangers fans out there whose weekend will have been spoilt by this result. “They live, die and breath football every weekend, and that’s what hurts me the most.” While QPR are staring down the barrel, the Eagles now look all-but certain of avoiding relegation. Alan Pardew has done a remarkable job since taking the reins in January, building an eight-point cushion over the drop zone having arrived with Palace in it. Press Association
VETERAN spinner Rangana Herath will break a 30-year record when he captains Sri Lanka on their Test series against Zimbabwe after regular skipper Angelo Mathews pulled out of the tour due to injury.Herath will take the reins for the two-Test tour after Mathews joined his deputy Dinesh Chandimal in withdrawing from the trip.The 38-year-old left-arm spinner, who took 28 wickets in Sri Lanka’s 3-0 series whitewash of Australia, will become the oldest player to make his Test captaincy debut since 1983.A statement from Sri Lanka Cricket did not say why Mathews pulled out after being named in the original 15-man squad on Friday, but official sources said it was related to a recurring calf muscle injury.Mathews tore his calf during the fourth one-day international against Australia in August and will rest ahead of Sri Lanka’s three-Test tour of South Africa starting late December.The allrounder is expected to miss three weeks and is also in doubt for the ODI tri-series, also featuring the West Indies, that follows the Zimbabwe Tests.Vice-captain Chandimal also won’t make the trip to Zimbabwe, allowing him more time to recover from a thumb injury he sustained during a domestic match last month.There are three new faces in Sri Lanka’s Test squad – fast bowlers Kasun Madushanka and Lahiru Kumara and allrounder Asela Gunaratne.The first Test begins on October 29 in Harare while the second is scheduled from November 6 at the same venue.Sri Lanka Test squad: Rangana Herath (c), Kusal Perera, Kusal Mendis, Kaushal Silva, Dimuth Karunaratne, Dhananjaya de Silva, Niroshan Dickwella, Dilruwan Perera, Lakshan Sandakan, Kasun Madhushanka, Lahiru Kumara, Lahiru Gamage, Suranga Lakmal, Asela Gunaratne.