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January 17, 2021

C-C-C’mon & Check Out Portraits of Will Roland & More on Be More Chill’s Opening Night

first_img Be More Chill Tiffany Mann Be More Chill’s Jason Tam plays The Squip. View Comments Be More Chill’s Stephanie Hsu plays Christine Canigula. Be More Chill’s George Salazar plays Michael Mell. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 11, 2019 Star Files Be More Chill songwriter Joe Iconis Related Shows Will Roland(Photos: Emilio Madrid-Kuser for Broadway.com) View the Full Gallery Here Stephanie Hsu Be More Chill’s’s director Stephen Brackett Jason Tam Will Roland George Salazar Not even Michael would hide in the bathroom at this fun fête! Be More Chill’s cast and creative team celebrated opening night on March 10 at New York City’s Gotham Hall. Songwriter Joe Iconis, stars Will Roland, George Salazar and the entire company celebrated the big night in style. Check out fun photos of the Be More Chill fam in the Broadway.com portrait booth, and then go see the new musical at the Lyceum Theatre! View All (5)last_img read more

December 9, 2020

Colour red boosts your physical strength

first_imgZee News:New Delhi: A new study has found that when humans see red, their reactions become both faster and more forceful.The findings may have applications for sporting and other activities in which a brief burst of strength and speed is needed, such as weightlifting. But the authors caution that the colour energy boost is likely short-lived.“Red enhances our physical reactions because it is seen as a danger cue,” said coauthor Andrew Elliot, professor of psychology at the University of Rochester and a lead researcher in the field of colour psychology.“Humans flush when they are angry or preparing for attack. People are acutely aware of such reddening in others and it`s implications,” he said.Read the whole story: Zee News More of our Members in the Media >last_img read more

September 23, 2020

AirAsia Mulai Kenakan Biaya Bagi Penumpang yang Check-in di Konter Bandara,Mobil Terbang SkyDrive SD-03, Uji First Flight dengan Pilot

first_imgSumber: Tribun Sebagian besar maskapai penerbangan dunia saat ini tengah mengalami kerugian meski beberapa diantaranya sudah mulai bangkit kembali. Bahkan mereka melakukan berbagai cara untuk menutupi kerugian yang terjadi akibat pandemi Covid-19.Baca juga: Kembali Beroperasi, AirAsia Indonesia Baru Buka Dua RuteSalah satu maskapai yang mengalami kerugian adalah AirAsia dan mereka mengatakan, Selasa (1/9/2020) kemarin akan mulai mengenakan biaya kepada pelanggan yang melakukan check-in di konter bandara. Selain untuk menutup kerugian, AirAsia juga ingin mengajak pelanggannya untuk meminimalkan kontak fisik dan tetap menjaga jarak selama pandemi ini. Dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman thejakartapost.com (1/9/2020), pihak AirAsia menyebutkan, bagi calon penumpang yang tidak melakukan check-in melalui situs web maskapai, aplikasi seluler atau kios bandara akan dikenakan biaya 20 ringgit Malaysia atau sekitar Rp71 ribu untuk penerbangan domestik. Sedangkan untuk pelancong yang melakukan penerbangan internasional akan dikenakan 30 ringgit malaysia atau sekitar Rp106 ribu meskipun beberapa pengecualian akan berlaku.Chief Operations Officer atau COO AirAsia Grup Javed Malik mengatakan, biaya tersebut akan membantu memotivasi para calon penumpang untuk memanfaatkan investasi maskapai dalam teknologi digital.“Mengingat pandemi Covid-19, fasilitas check-in mandiri ini menjadi sangat penting dalam meminimalkan kontak fisik antara tamu dan staf kami,” katanya dalam sebuah pernyataan.Untuk diketahui, pada bulan Agustus lalu, maskapai berbiaya hemat ini melaporkan kerugian kuartal terbesar dalam sejarahnya yakni pendapatan turun hingga 96 persen. Hal ini karena dampak pandemi yang menghancurkan permintaan perjalanan.Meski begitu, maskapai yang berbasis di Malaysia ini mengatakan, telah mengajukan pinjaman bank di pasar operasinya. Mereka juga telah disajikan dengan proposal dari bankir investasi, pemberi pinjaman dan calon investor untuk meningkatkan modal.Baca juga: Antisipasi Covid-19, Awak Kabin AirAsia Punya Seragam Baru Mirip Kostum HazmatTernyata biaya check-in AirAsia di konter ini sendiri jauh dibawah biaya PLC dari maskapai penerbangan Eropa yakni Ryanair Holdings sebesar $66 atau sekitar Rp976 ribu untuk check in di bandara yang diberlakukan sebelum pandemi. Maskapai berbiaya hemat lainnya asal Amerika Serikat yakni Spirit Airlines mengenakan biaya $10 atau sekitar Rp147 ribu untuk boarding pass yang akan dicetak di bandaraShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Relatedlast_img read more

September 19, 2020

‘Racism is the only disease, says Sterling

first_imgSoccer England football star Raheem Sterling has given his backing to anti-racism protests gripping the world following George Floyd’s death in the United States. The 25-year-old Manchester City winger insisted racism is “the only disease right now” and said he will continue to speak out on the issue in the hope that it will contribute to lasting change. Speaking on BBC Newsnight, Sterling said: “I know this might sound a little bit cheesy but the only disease right now is the racism that we are fighting. “This is the most important thing at this moment in time because this is something that is happening for years and years. Just like the pandemic, we want to find a solution to stop it. “At the same time, this is what all these protesters are doing. They are trying to find a solution and a way to stop the injustice they are seeing, and they are fighting for their cause. “As long as they are doing it peacefully and safely and not hurting anybody and not breaking into any stores, they continue to protest in this peaceful way.” Sterling believed it was now time for the talking to develop into real change in order to go further in banishing the scourge of racism from sport and wider society for good. Sterling, who was born in Jamaica, has been the subject of racist taunts during his career, both while playing in England and overseas. “There’s only so much communities and other backgrounds can take – especially black people,” Sterling said. “It’s been going on for hundreds of years and people are tired and people are ready for change. “This is something that needs more than just talking. We need to actually implement change and highlight the places that do need changes. “But this is something that I myself will continue to do, and spark these debates and get people in my industry looking at themselves and thinking what they can do to give people an equal chance in this country.” Meanwhile, world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua hit back at critics of his speech at a Black Lives Matter protest in Watford on Saturday (Sunday NZ time), in which, like Sterling, he compared racism to a “virus”. In an expletive-laden riposte to those who questioned his intentions on his social media channels, Joshua vowed to make good on his promise to help turn the talking into action. Joshua wrote: “I personally spoke from the heart about the Watford community, ideas of us personally investing 7 figures to create unity and opportunities and adding change to the African-Caribbean community. “I said what I said and I will act to make change.” – AAPlast_img read more

September 19, 2020

FIFA confident ahead of World Cup despite problems

first_imgFootball’s governing body said Thursday it’s “in control” of what needs to be done to get the tournament off to a good start in a week.“The general feeling is that we have done … all we need in order to ensure that the World Cup will start on the 12th of June,” secretary general Jerome Valcke said after a meeting of the local World Cup organizing committee.The meeting took place the day Sao Paulo was thrown into transit chaos as subway and overland commuter train operators went on strike, putting at risk the only means that most football fans will have to reach the Itaquerao stadium which will host the opener between Brazil and Croatia on June 12.“We are in control, we are not afraid of the next days,” Valcke said, noting that he was confident local authorities would do everything possible to keep events such as strikes and protests from “impacting” the tournament.Asked if the country was ready, Brazil Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo admitted there were some preparation problems and said it was impossible “to hang a diploma on the wall saying everything is ready.”“We know of our difficulties,” he said. “We have done everything that was within our reach … to give visitors a warm welcome.”After local organizers presented their latest report on the country’s preparations, President Sepp Blatter said FIFA was “confident” the tournament will be successful.Blatter and FIFA again refused to directly address the equally troubled 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which came into question after a report by the Sunday Times in Britain alleged that Mohammed Bin Hammam, who FIFA expelled in 2012, paid football officials millions of dollars to support the nation’s successful campaign.FIFA communications director Walter De Gregorio started Thursday’s news conference by stressing that “we can’t say anything about this” until FIFA prosecutor Michael Garcia wraps up his investigation.“The only thing I can say to the Qataris is that … we do not put the World Cup in Qatar into question,” Blatter said. “We are waiting for the result of the investigation.”Valcke said it’s normal there’s still work to be done in some of the stadiums, including the addition of seats and the installation of generators. The secretary general downplayed the unfinished work at the Itaquerao.“It’s true that if you go to Itaquera it looks like around the stadium there’s quite a lot of work still going on,” Valcke said. “But I would say it’s quite normal, and it’s even more normal when some of the stadiums were late.”The first time the Itaquerao will host a match with a capacity crowd will be the opener. FIFA usually plans three test events in each of the venues, but that wasn’t possible in Sao Paulo because of the delays, including one caused by the collapse of a huge crane late last year.Brazil promised to finish all 12 stadiums by the end of last year as required by FIFA, but six venues missed that deadline. Half of the stadiums were ready for last year’s Confederations Cup, although several deadlines were also missed then.Although Brazil had seven years to prepare for the World Cup, it arrives on the eve of the tournament knowing that many of the infrastructure projects promised by the government will not be ready.FIFA said it received an “unprecedented number” of nearly 11 million ticket requests for the tournament in Brazil. It sold a total of about 2.9 million tickets, including more than 2.2 million directly via FIFA.com to the general public. Overall, 60 percent of the tickets went to Brazilians. Americans were the second-biggest buyers, with almost 197,000.“Never before have we sold so many tickets directly to the general public,” Valcke said.FIFA also said it’s launching a social media campaign “inviting people around the world to unite against racism” by posting messages with the #saynotoracism hashtag.Blatter said the “Say No to Racism” campaign “is our commitment to drive racism from the game and to set an example of equality for all to society.”___Tales Azzoni on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tazzonilast_img read more