Chris McCosky The Detroit News Published 3:19 PM EDT Apr 3, 2019 New York – Manager Ron Gardenhire and his coaches were contemplating sending Spencer Turnbull home early Wednesday ahead of his start Thursday in the Tigers’ home opener. With the getaway game starting at 4:05 p.m. here, and the 1:10 p.m. start time Thursday, it would have been normal practice to send Turnbull home early. “But one of my coaches, I won’t mention his name (Steve Liddle), said, ‘He might get arrested for being on the mound at midnight again,’” Gardenhire said. “I said, ‘Good point.’” Wait. What? This is the best Spencer Turnbull story you will hear today, guaranteed. “I didn’t get arrested,” Turnbull said. “There’s a picture of me with my hands behind my back, but I wasn’t actually arrested. There were two pictures. One, I was on the mound with my hands raised and the other I had my hands behind my … [Read more...] about About the time Spencer Turnbull walked onto the mound in Durham and nearly got arrested
PUBLISHED: 08:21 19 March 2019 | UPDATED: 08:21 19 March 2019 CHRIS SADLER Stephen Cunningham stars in The Time Machine, which will be performend at Gresham School's Auden Theatre. Picture: BEN GUEST Ben Guest Photographer 2017 North Norfolk welcomed a ‘topical and incisive reinvention’ of H.G.Wells’ dystopian classic ‘The Time Machine’ on Monday night. Writer/director Elton Townend Jones, bringing the touring show to his home county, said: ‘Having grown up in Norfolk and spent some of the happiest years of my life here whilst studying Performing Arts, I’m always delighted to bring my directorial work to this wonderful part of the world; and so I’m even happier to see ‘The Time Machine’ materialise at the Auden Theatre.’Produced by Rebecca Vaughan and the critically acclaimed Dyad Productions (who recently staged their successful ‘Orlando’ at Norwich Playhouse) this was an … [Read more...] about Review: The Time Machine at The Auden Theatre, Holt
Viet Nam News Paul Kennedy It doesn’t matter what you do for a living or how much money you earn, if you’re not happy where you work, it’s time for a change. Gareth Bale clearly isn’t happy right now. He may be playing football for the champions of Europe and earning in an hour what most of us make in a month, but even a blind man can see things aren’t going well for the Welshman. As of this season, the boy from Cardiff will have spent more time playing for Real Madrid than any other team. His four Champions League medals make him the most successful British footballing export there has ever been. He’s also not short of a bob or two, with only golfer Rory McIlroy and tennis player Andy Murray ahead of him in the rich list of British sports stars. Other than a dodgy haircut, there really should be nothing to make Bale sad right about now, but there is. After some pretty poor results of late by the Galacticos, including back to back cup and … [Read more...] about Sorry Gareth the time has come to Bale out
Opening for preview February 19, The Times Square EDITION will officially begin welcoming guests March 12. The new Manhattan hotel will have 452 guestrooms, dining venues from a Michelin-starred chef, a cabaret performance space and more. Michelin-starred chef John Fraser will lead The Times Square EDITION’s food and beverage projects. Fine dining restaurant 701 West will serve dishes like sweet potato baked in seaweed bread and lobster velouté with truffle pannisse and champagne float. The Terrace Restaurant and Outdoor Gardens will act as an "everyday" dining option with inspiration taken from traditional French brasseries and American chophouses. The Lobby Bar will serve bar food that goes beyond the typical nuts and finger food. The Times Square EDITION’s cabaret venue, The Paradise Club, will showcase work from Anya Sapozhnikova, Justin Conte, Matthew Dailey and Kae Burke of House of Yes. The venue will regularly present an ongoing performance based on William … [Read more...] about The Times Square EDITION to Officially Launch in March
Andrea Sachs, The Washington Post Published 10:12 am CST, Friday, February 1, 2019 App in the Air can help travelers predict wait times for TSA security lines. App in the Air can help travelers predict wait times for TSA security lines. Photo: App In The Air Photo: App In The Air Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 App in the Air can help travelers predict wait times for TSA security lines. App in the Air can help travelers predict wait times for TSA security lines. Photo: App In The Air How long is the airport security wait? We test the apps that tell us the time. 1 / 3 Back to Gallery Airport security lines can behave like curly hair: One small change in the atmosphere and … [Read more...] about How long is the airport security wait? We test the apps that tell us the time.