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MessageMe test on Oct. 7

MessageMe test on Oct. 7

first_imgOn Thursday (Oct. 7) the Harvard MessageMe emergency notification system will be tested. All MessageMe registered subscribers will receive a test message between noon and 1 p.m. The test message will be delivered as a text message, email, and/or voice mail message depending upon the delivery method selected by each subscriber.  No action will be required as a result of this test. Any and all emergency test messages can and should be deleted.For more information, to sign-up up for service or update your information, visit the MessageMe website.last_img read more

Here We Go Again! Alan Campbell & More Begin Performances in Mamma Mia!

Here We Go Again! Alan Campbell & More Begin Performances in Mamma Mia!

first_imgMamma Mia! here we go again and how could we resist them? Five new stars are joining the cast of the hit Broadway show February 3 at the Broadhurst Theatre. Tony nominee Alan Campbell, Paul DeBoy and John Hemphill will begin performances as prospective papas Sam Carmichael, Harry Bright and Bill Austin respectively. Meanwhile Elena Ricardo and Jon Jorgenson will take on the roles of young lovers Sophie Sheridan and Sky. The new cast members replace current stars Aaron Lazar as Sam, Graham Rowat as Harry, Daniel Cooney as Bill, Laurie Veldheer as Sophie and Zak Resnick as Sky. Campbell garnered a Tony nomination for Sunset Boulevard and also appeared on Broadway in Contact.  DeBoy makes his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia! after playing Harry in the musical’s national tour. Hemphill previously played Sam Carmichael in the Broadway cast of Mamma Mia! Jorgenson makes his Broadway debut in the ABBA tuner after recently graduating from Carnegie Mellon University. After making her Broadway debut in the ensemble, Ricardo also appeared in the Mamma Mia! national tour. The new stars will be joining Judy McLane as Donna Sheridan, Felicia Finley as Tanya, Lauren Cohn as Rosie, Jacob Pinion as Pepper, Thomasina E. Gross as Lisa, Traci Victoria as Ali and Albert Guerzon as Eddie. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 12, 2015 View Comments Mamma Mia! last_img read more

Hampton style apartment has harbour views from every room

Hampton style apartment has harbour views from every room

first_img31102/2 Ephraim Island Pde, Paradise Point.A TOUCH of Hamptons style at this stylish apartment brings a sense of homeliness to sky-high living. Overlooking the water, the apartment on Ephraim Island is home to Debra and Peter Baillie, who have created a grand retreat. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North6 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago31102/2 Ephraim Island Pde, Paradise Point.Savills Queensland agent Georgia Elson is marketing the property and said the two-bedroom home was privately positioned. “It is right on the water and it has a design that allows breezes from the southwest to a northerly aspect,” she said. 31102/2 Ephraim Island Pde, Paradise Point.“The harbour view is the biggest drawcard. In the main bedroom you have views to the harbour and you can hear the sounds of fish and birdlife. It’s serene.” With a leafy outlook, the apartment comes with two parking spaces and has 24-hour security.last_img read more

NBA tries a new format for 2018 All-Star Game at Staples Center

NBA tries a new format for 2018 All-Star Game at Staples Center

first_imgThe leading vote-getters will be the team captains and they’ll pick from a pool of players.It’ll be an old-fashioned schoolyard pickup game.Suffice to say, no one wants to be picked last.The league’s 67th All-Star Game will be the first without an East vs. West matchup.Curry’s starting five could look something like this: Curry and James Harden of the Houston Rockets in the backcourt, with Draymond Green of the Warriors, Kevin Love of the Cavaliers and Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks up front. Imagine it: Western Conference captain Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Eastern Conference counterpart LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers standing at midcourt choosing sides before the NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 18 at Staples Center.Except it’s not a dream. It could be reality.(Details on the actual choosing of the All-Star teams will be announced at a later date.)Curry and James won’t be representing their conferences, though. None of the 24 All-Stars will be once the game begins. James’ starters could look something like this: Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder and Klay Thompson of the Warriors in the backcourt, with James, Kevin Durant of the Warriors and Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans up front.Who knows?Maybe Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball will be a starter. Or the Clippers’ Blake Griffin.That’s the point of this exercise. The teams won’t be known until the picks are made.In another new wrinkle, the teams will select a Los Angeles-area charity and play for it.A cynic might say this is just a ploy to avoid a lopsided result in favor of the more dominant Western Conference, which includes Curry’s star-studded defending champion Warriors, the James Harden- and Chris Paul-led Houston Rockets and the Westbrook-led Oklahoma City Thunder.James’ Cavaliers are the lone superteam in the East.So, in order to mix things up, the NBA and the players’ association decided to go with something new and different. Will it work? Will the game be competitive? Will the players actually try to play a little bit of defense? Or will it devolve into another dunk contest?“I’m thrilled with what the players and the league have done to improve the All-Star Game, which has been a priority for all of us,” said Paul, a former Clippers guard who also serves as president of the players’ union. “We’re looking forward to putting on an entertaining show in L.A.”As in the past, 12 players from each conference will be selected as All-Stars. Ten starters once again will be chosen by a combination of voting by the fans (50 percent), current players (25 percent) and basketball media members (25 percent). The All-Star coaches will select the reserves.The coaches will be those whose teams have the best records in each conference two weeks before the All-Star Game. Steve Kerr of the Warriors and Brad Stevens of the Boston Celtics are ineligible because they coached in last season’s game.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

No. 4 Sam Houston State Earns Semifinals Spot, Defeats No. 5 Privateers 85-63

No. 4 Sam Houston State Earns Semifinals Spot, Defeats No. 5 Privateers 85-63

first_imgBox Score | Photo Gallery | ESPN3 Replay | HighlightsKATY, Texas – Josh Delaney helped take down the defending Southland Conference Men’s Tournament champion while almost taking down a long-held tourney record for three-point marksmanship.Sam Houston State’s junior guard knocked down seven treys as the Bearkats eliminated New Orleans 85-63 at the Merrell Center on Thursday, advancing to the tournament semifinals for a sixth straight season. Delaney had a chance to at least tie Marcus Anthony’s Southland Tournament record of eight thrree-pointers but finished his night well after the Bearkats had sewn up the victory.“I’d probably say after I saw the third one go in,” said Delaney about when he began to feel his hot hand from beyond the arc. “I kept it going at the start of the second half and that’s when my teammates started getting the ball to me.”Delaney, who finished seventh in the conference in three-point percentage (.402), helped Sam Houston State shoot 52 percent from long range as he finished the night with 25 points and five rebounds.MBB 2nd Round: Easy choice for ESPN crew. @BearkatsMBB Josh Delaney is #SouthlandStrong Player of the Game. SHSU advances to semifinal round. #EatEmUpKats pic.twitter.com/1wJh6bcyTn— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) March 9, 2018With the win, the fourth seeded Bearkats (19-13) advance to face top seed Southeastern Louisiana at 5 p.m. CT on Friday, with the winner playing in Saturday night’s championship game.“Our guys played great tonight,” said Sam Houston coach Jason Hooten. “They were ready to go, they were focused and locked in, but, of course, when you have a guy make seven threes and gets out to a good start like he did, it makes winning a lot easier.”On a night where all-conference first team pick Chris Galbreath was held to seven points on 3-for-11 shooting, the presence of Delaney put the Bearkats’ depth on display. Guard John Dewey III added 14 points and five assists while helping to limit New Orleans to just 42 percent shooting.New Orleans (15-16) shot 52 percent from the field in the first half but managed just one three-pointer while Sam Houston State drilled seven treys. “We couldn’t get stops,” said Privateers guard Lamont Berzat, who scored nine points. “We were clicking offensively but we couldn’t get it done on the other end.”Almost as devastating as Delaney’s long-range artistry was the Privateers’ inability to establish themselves on the glass. Sam Houston State outrebounded them by a 21-9 margin in the first half with the Bearkats pulled down nine boards on the offensive end of the court.The Privateers were outrebounded by a combined 45-23, with the Bearkats finishing with 17 rebounds on the offensive glass, allowing them to outscore a larger New Orleans team 32-20 in the paint while also getting 13 second chance points.Thursday was also the biggest margin of victory by a Sam Houston State team in their opening round game in the Southland Conference Tournament since the Bearkats defeated McNeese 88-70 in the first round in 2005.MBB: Winning is fun. @BearkatsMBB into the semifinals.SHSU vs. top seed @SLU_Hoops 5 o’clock Friday at @MerrellCenter.#SouthlandStrong pic.twitter.com/T0XdwNcKym— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) March 9, 2018New Orleans (15-16) led 3-2 early in the contest yet never saw it again after Delaney’s first trifecta of the evening put Sam Houston State up to stay with 16:11 to go in the first half. The Privateers were able to push within 10-8, but a 9-2 run by the Bearkats extended their lead to 19-10.Unable to counter Sam Houston State’s long-range accuracy, New Orleans continued to fall behind and were down 50-32 at intermission. The Bearkats led by as much as 26 in the second half and were able to bring in their reserves down the stretch.Despite the loss, New Orleans coach Mark Slessinger felt good about not only his team’s effort to keep playing hard but also what lies ahead for the program after reaching the NCAA Tournament last year.“Culture doesn’t graduate,” he said. “Players do but culture doesn’t. I’m excited and elated about what next year has for us.”last_img read more