View Comments Blithe Spirit tells the story of Charles and his wife Ruth, who invite their friends the Bradmans over for dinner and a seance with local clairvoyant Madame Arcati, whom they are convinced is a fake. The ghost of Charles’ first wife Elvira is summoned and overstays her welcome, creating a rift between Charles and his current wife Ruth. The feuding wives—one alive, one dead—plan to sabotage each other, but will they succeed? Reprising their roles from the West End incarnation will be Charles Edwards (TV’s Downton Abbey) and Jemima Roper (One Man, Two Guvnors). Susan Louise O’Connor and Sandra Shipley, both of whom appeared in the 2009 Broadway revival, will also return. Additionally, Charlotte Parry (Coram Boy) has been tapped for the production. Further casting will be announced later. Star Files It looks as if Tony-winning legend Angela Lansbury will indeed return back across the pond with Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit! As previously speculated, the Michael Blakemore-helmed production, which played the West End earlier this year and starred Lansbury as Madame Arcati (a role for which she won a Tony in 2009), will receive a North American tour later this year. The tour is scheduled kick off on December 9 at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles with an official opening set for December 14. The production will continue on to San Francisco, Toronto and Washington D.C. Angela Lansbury
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Renew Economy:Australian telecommunications giant Telstra says it is back in the market for more wind and solar projects as it seeks to boost the amount of electricity it sources from renewables.Ben Burge, Telstra’s executive director of energy, says the company – whose electricity consumption is about 1.7 terawatt hours, or nearly 1 per cent of the country’s total demand – already sources about 35 per cent of its needs from wind and solar, and wants to do more. Burge said the reasons for more investment in wind and solar were two-fold – the company wanted to do its part for the environment, but more importantly, it was a good financial deal.“We like to do stuff for the planet –and that is awesome – but these have been really lucrative deals,” Burge says, noting the savings that have been made through contracting for projects such as the Murra Warra wind farm and others. “Climate skeptics who ignore these deals – it’s just sheer stupidity.”Burge’s comments came as Macquarie Group also confirmed that it was looking to build about 20GW of large-scale renewables in the next five years, including around 1GW in Australia itself.Brian Morris, a division director at Macquarie, said there was a pipeline of about 12 terawatt hours of corporate demand in Australia – around six per cent of the country’s total demand – indicating that Telstra was not the only company in the market for such deals. “We have moved to an unsubsidised market or very close to it, Morris said. “The cost of going renewable is incredibly cheap.”Telstra has also been involved in “syndicate” deals that brought in other corporate players, and Burge said the company was looking to do more. It was also one of the biggest providers of “firming capacity,” courtesy of the generators and storage that Telstra has historically held to ensure that its telecommunications network – its towers and relay stations – have reliable power. [Giles Parkinson]More: Telstra looking for more wind and solar as corporate demand booms Corporate interest in renewable energy growing fast in Australia
CRAZY 8S 8Kkingsport, tennesseejuly 13, 2013Not only was the Crazy 8s one of the first night races in the country (start time is 10:08pm), and not only is the course lit by candle luminaries, but if you beat the course record, you’ll get a check for $10,008. Good luck with that though, since the Crazy 8s course record is also the 8K World Record (22:02), set by Peter Githuka in 1996. The lure of the World Record has turned the Crazy 8s, in little Kingsport, into one of America’s must-run races, attracting the fastest runners from all over the world. Race director Hank Brown talks about the night that Peter Githuka ran the fastest 8K in history: “ We didn’t have crowd fencing back then, so once the crowd heard that someone was running at World Record pace, they filled the streets. You couldn’t see the finish line through the people. We had to dig a hole through the crowd for the runners. It was a crazy scene.” It’s at night, with candles everywhere, and runners finish in the football stadium with really loud music and the stadium lights. It’s like the X Games for road racing. crazy8.comBLUE RIDGE RELAYvirginia / north carolinaseptember 6-7, 2013A dozen runners pile into two vans and take turns rotating through 36 legs as they run 208 miles from Grayson Highlands State Park, in Virginia, to downtown Asheville via some of the prettiest country roads in the Southern Appalachians. “It’s 12 hours of suspenseful, dramatic, sleepless running adventure,” says Jerad Crave, who’s been on the winning relay team four times over. “If you want to win, each person has to run three hard races within 12 hours. You run your leg with no warm-up, finish, and jump in the van. There’s a chance to grab a few hours of sleep, but it’s so exciting, you keep going to see how everyone else is doing. It’s 3:30 in the morning when you finally try to doze off, then someone slaps your leg and says, “You’re up in 15 minutes.” blueridgerelay.comBest of the RestHilton Head Half MarathonHilton Head, South CarolinaFebruary 9, 2013 • bearfootsports.comGreen Legs and HamstringsDanville, VirginiaMarch 9, 2013 • danville-va.govShamrock 4-MilerAbingdon, VirginiaMarch 15, 2013 • werunevents.comMartinsville Half MarathonMartinsville, VirginiaMarch 23, 2013 • milesinmartinsville.comCherry Blossom 10-MilerWashington, D.C.April 7, 2013 • cherryblossom.orgKnoxville MarathonKnoxville, TennesseeApril 7, 2013 • knoxvillemarathon.comUkrops Monument Avenue 10kRichmond, VirginiaApril 13, 2013 • sportsbackers.orgDismal Swamp Stomp Half MarathonChesapeake, VirginiaApril 13, 2013 • dismalswampstomp.comCharlotte Racefest Half MarathonCharlotte, North CarolinaApril 13, 2013 • charlotteracefest.comParis Mountain Road RaceGreenville, South CarolinaApril 20, 2013 • parismountainroadrace.comFig Leaf 5KDawsonville, GeorgiaApril, 2013 • paradisevalleyclub.comRun For The Dream Half Marathon and 8kWilliamsburg, VirginiaJune 1-2, 2013 • runforachievabledream.comVirginia Wine Country Half MarathonLoudon, VirginiaJune 1, 2013 • destinationraces.com/runvirginiaMaggie Valley Moonlight 8kMaggie Valley, North CarolinaAugust 24, 2013 • maggievalleymoonlightrun.comAsheville Citizen-Times Marathon and Half MarathonAsheville, North CarolinaSeptember 15, 2013 • citizen-times.comTucker Community Foundation Run For It 5kDavis, West VirginiaSeptember 28, 2013 • tuckerfoundation.netThe Genworth Virginia 10-MilerLynchburg, VirginiaSeptember 28, 2013 • virginiatenmiler.comCherokee Harvest Half-MarathonCherokee, North CarolinaOctober 19, 2013 • cherokeeharvesthalf.comCharlottesville Fall Classic HalfCharlottesville, VirginiaOctober, 2013 • badtothebone.bizTuna Run 200Raleigh to Atlantic Beach, North CarolinaOctober, 2013 • tunarun200.comFreedom’s Run MarathonSheperdstown, West VirginiaOctober 12, 2013 • freedomsrun.orgAnthem Richmond MarathonRichmond, VirginiaNovember 16, 2013 • richmondmarathon.comPhiladelphia MarathonPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaNovember 22-24, 2013 • philadelphiamarathon.comFor more great Race Ahead information check out these sections:SnowsportsTrail RunningRoad RunningMountain BikingRoad CyclingClimbingPaddlingHikingMultisportSuperlatives ROAD RUNNINGMILLER LIGHT CHARLOTTESVILLE MARATHONcharlottesville, virginiaapril 6, 2013After more than a decade, the Charlottesville Marathon has become a legitimate destination race. The course takes you on a tour of Charlottesville, from the hip downtown mall to the gorgeous outlying wine country. The course isn’t flat, but it’s not tough either. The biggest hill is early on at mile six, before a vineyard. Other than that, it’s all rolling. “My favorite part of the course is the section along the Rivanna River, between mile 23 and 26,” says race director Francesca Conte. “You’re almost at the end, and the river gives you a boost exactly when you need it.” charlottesvillemarathon.comFOOT LEVELERS BLUE RIDGE MARATHONROANOKE, VIRGINIAapril 20, 2013Run one of America’s toughest road marathons. With 3,620 feet of total elevation gain and 7,234 feet of total elevation change, the marathon gives new meaning to runner’s high. Around mile 6, runners climb Roanoke Mountain on the Blue Ridge Parkway, one of the most difficult sections of the course—and also one of the most stunningly scenic. Not up for 26.2? Team up for a five-person relay. Running legends Bart Yasso, Frank Shorter, and Bill Rodgers will be on a relay team this year. blueridgemarathon.comPEACHTREE ROAD RACEatlanta, georgiajuly 4, 2013This 6.2-mile race through downtown Atlanta is well-known as the biggest footrace in the country. In 2013 and 2014, the Peachtree will host the men’s and women’s 10K USA Championships, solidifying the event as one of the best in the nation as well.110—Number of runners at the inaugural Peachtree Road Race in 197060,000—Current race cap, making the Peachtree the largest race in the country750—Number of port-a-johns at the race.27:04—Course record, set in 199612,000+—Number of runners who will finish in under an hour.30+—Number of runners who will finish in under 30 minutespeachtreeroadrace.org
Harlene Johnson, president of Light Commerce Credit Union in Houston, has been named Credit Union Magazine’s 2019 Credit Union Hero of the Year.Johnson will be recognized at the 2019 America’s Credit Union Conference held June 17-20 at Walt Disney World® Resort, FL.Sponsored by CUNA System Partner CUNA Mutual Group, this award recognizes credit union leaders who demonstrate outstanding commitment to credit unions’ people-helping-people philosophy and make a difference for their members and the communities they serve.“I am who I am and where I am because of the grace of God and others who have poured into my life,” says Johnson. “I have built my career around helping people with their finances and encouraging them in their careers. I am honored to be recognized for doing what I enjoy and continuing to fulfill my purpose in life.” ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The voting period for the annual Bethpage Best of Long Island Awards Program is officially open Oct. 1! This year there were a record number of business nominated for the Bethpage Best of L.I. program–58,499 to be exact. Of these, the top 15 nominees have advanced to the official ballot, so . . . Now’s your time to help them win!From October 1 to December 15, voting is open for the Bethpage Best of L.I. program at BestOf.LongIslandPress.com. During this 75-day window everyone can vote for whatever local store, restaurant, business or personality they feel should hold a “Bethpage Best of L.I.” title.There is only one place on the podium in each category… FIRST PLACE.Whoever receives the largest number of votes in each category will be declared the “Best Of Long Island.” There is no second or third place. If applicable, a National Winner will be selected, but only if they receive the most votes in that category.This year all voters will be required to register with their email address, which provides another way to ensure that the voting is as fair as possible.You are allowed one vote per IP address per day for each category. These categories are in sections such as Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Nightlife & Spirits, Health & Wellness, Restaurants, and many others, to make it easy to find a specific place you’re looking for.Voting for the Bethpage Best of L.I. is a great way to support the local businesses you frequent. Long Islanders cherish the value of this annual competition and the importance of being named the “BEST of L.I.” 2017 will be distinguished by a new group of annual winners.So don’t delay, VOTE TODAY (and every day)!If you have any questions, email email@example.com or call (516) 962-3700. If you’re a business owner and want to see if you made the ballot, simply go to BestOf.LongIslandPress.com/voting-open.Good luck!
Sofia Richie. MediaPunch/ShutterstockBarbie’s dream wardrobe has come to life in Hollywood! Los Angeles-based fashion brand, Nana Jacqueline, was inspired by the iconic doll and her fabulous style, and celebrities including Sofia Richie, Amelia Gray Hamlin, Bella Thorne and Bebe Rexha can’t stop wearing it.The line, created in 2013 by two best friends — Nana Li and Jacqueline Zhang — is known for its feminine, sexy and luxurious designs made with special details including rhinestones, bows, cutouts and more, making It-girls’ nostalgic fantasies come true.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Regardless of what you choose, the ultimate goal is to for shoppers to feel like their best selves in the label. “Everything we create comes from two best friends dreaming together. … The Nana Jacqueline girl a confident girl who enjoys looking good and feeling sexy while passionately pursuing her dream life.”Listen to Get Tressed With Us to get the latest beauty and style news! “We have everything you would need out of Barbie’s dream closet including fun designs, trendsetting pieces and stunning accessories,” Zhang tells Stylish exclusively while celebrating the launch of the brand’s holiday collection.Filip MilenkovicAnd regardless of the occasion, expect to make heads turn in their minidresses, jackets, crop tops, skirts, pajamas and more. “Our pieces are really unique and help you stand out from the crowd,” she explains.“We love to celebrate and make you feel special in every moment of your life. … We want you to wear our pieces while celebrating important moments in your life such as birthdays, anniversaries, traveling, holiday parties, weddings and more,” the designer says. – Advertisement – “We also want to be there when you wind down and assist in making you feel luxuriously at peace and comfortable in our 100% silk loungewear.” Another plus: You can even mix and match the line’s glamorous pieces with cozy ones for a chic, in-between look.Filip Milenkovic“Pairing our dresses with our blazers can really help dress your outfit up or down. We also offer a lot of two piece sets, which include a dress and blazer to go from day to night. Adding any of our coats and knits is another great option,” Zhang suggests.- Advertisement –
Israel has imposed a lockdown on the city of Bethlehem over coronavirus fears as Palestinian authorities announced a two-week ban on tourists and shuttered the Church of the Nativity.The moves came after Palestinian authorities said seven cases had been confirmed in the Bethlehem area south of Jerusalem on Thursday and announced a 30-day state of emergency and the cancellation of large gatherings.All Israelis and Palestinians “are forbidden from entering or leaving the city”, the Israeli defense ministry said in a statement, adding the lockdown had been imposed “in coordination with the Palestinian Authority”. The Palestinian health ministry said the cases had first been detected at a hotel in the Bethlehem area.All were being treated in quarantine, it added.The head of the local health directorate, Imad Shahadeh, told AFP that a group of Greek tourists had visited the hotel in late February, with two later diagnosed with the virus.A number of suspected cases have since been identified among hotel workers, he said.Government officials announced a series of measures in the occupied West Bank, also including the cancellation of large sporting events and other major gatherings.Asbed Balian, senior cleric of the Armenian church at the Church of the Nativity, said infected visitors had entered the site.”People affected by corona visited the church,” he told AFP. “It will be closed for 14 days and they are going to spray antiseptic.”Schools, universities and mosques in Bethlehem were also closed Thursday and the Palestine Marathon, scheduled for March 27, has been postponed.COGAT, the Israeli body responsible for civilian activities in the Palestinian Territories, said it was “working closely with the Palestinian Authority” to stem the spread of the virus.Israel, which so far has 16 confirmed cases of the disease, has imposed stringent measures on many European nations in a bid to contain the virus.Israel has also scrapped joint military exercises with the United States in Germany.The Israeli army announced that from noon Friday all forces would be prevented from leaving Israel, whether “on personal trips or on duty”. Israel controls all entrances to the West Bank from the Jewish state but the Palestinian government has limited autonomy in cities.The Church of the Nativity, built on the site that Christians believe was the birthplace of Jesus, was closed on Thursday and is among the sites expected to be shuttered until March 20.”We have decided to prevent the entry of tourists for a period of 14 days and to prevent hotels in all cities from receiving foreigners,” tourism minister Rula Maayah told AFP.All travel between governorates without permission was now prohibited, Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh told local TV. Topics :
Saunders wants to fight Smith (Picture: Getty)I’m almost avoiding Billy Joe Saunders’ calls at this stage because he’s desperate to know what’s next. I don’t understand Joe Gallagher. What kind of manager doesn’t even tell their fighter we’d made an offer? I sent the offer to Callum Smith myself, that’s the truth. Gallagher says they want over 50%, why? What does he bring to the table that Billy Joe doesn’t? It’s the fight we want, but we need them to come to the table.I’ve never met Stan Kroenke, but when I do I’ll have a few things to say to him. Speaking on behalf of the fans, what nonsense is this? They said once we built the Emirates we’d be competing with Manchester United. We’ve had that stadium for 13 years. United are stuck in the Europa League, but they’ve still spend over £70million this summer. We’re not even competing with West Ham’s budget at the moment. Nathan Gorman and Daniel Dubois are both my guys and fighters I believe will go on to do big things. This fight is a big moment for both of them, but it can be challenging promoting both of them at once.You have to hold back. Even when you’re watching the fight, I’ve got to sit on my hands. I’ve done that a few times down the years with various fighters, so it’s nothing new, but I won’t be predicting a winner. What I do know is it’s a great fight, something a bit special. Two undefeated fighters for a British heavyweight title. This is a rarity in boxing. I heard about Nathan as an amateur, but it wasn’t until Ricky Hatton signed him thatAdvertisementAdvertisementI seriously considered taking him on. Ricky really backed him and his first pro fights with Nathan were impressive. It was easy to do a deal with Ricky considering we’d worked together before and Nathan has certainly lived up to Ricky’s hype so far. CommentShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitter55Shares By Frank WarrenSaturday 13 Jul 2019 9:00 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link55Shares Arsenal had a bid rejected for Zaha (Picture: Getty)They were going to pay Celta Vigo £45million for Maxi Gomez – that’s our entire budget. It’s a joke. We’re slipping further and further behind. It’s evident our squad isn’t good enough. I don’t know if Unai Emery is up to the job yet, but that squad… if they were boxers I would have withheld their fight purses and made them all retire after last season. We need different owners, that’s the truth.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Kroenkes haven’t lost a penny running Arsenal. They’re absentee landlords. Look at what Liverpool did, they spent a huge amount of money on a goalkeeper and defender and became title contenders. Arsenal with these owners are only going backwards. We’re trying to buy Wilfried Zaha on the cheap, for God’s sake, it’s embarrassing.Watch Daniel Dubois v Nathan Gorman and for the British Heavyweight Championship and Joe Joyce v Bryant Jennings live tonight on BT SPORT 1HD from the O2 Arena, London. Action begins at 7.30pm.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Advertisement Fury has signed for the Wilder rematch (Picture: Getty)Tyson Fury has signed to fight Deontay Wilder, and we’re now working on all the finer details. My co-promoter Bob Arum has set a big target for the rematch. I’ll stop short of backing his prediction, but obviously I’d love to see it match Floyd Mayweather versus Manny Pacquiao. It certainly has all the ingredients for a record-breaking fight. It will be the biggest fight in the UK market since Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko, and I think it can beat their pay-per-view return, even though it’s in America. Frank Warren: Arsenal going backwards and Dubois-Gorman winner could book Joe Joyce fight Advertisement Dubois and Gorman sparred as amateurs (Picture: Getty)Daniel and Nathan are vastly experienced for their age. People are underestimating Daniel’s boxing ability and dismissing Nathan’s punch power. Daniel’s got a great jab. Nathan is a heavy hitter. It’s not one or the other for me. I think this fight comes down to maturity – who can stick to their game plan. The winner will show the strength of mind to keep focused. I want to see the winner fight Joe Joyce, but I also believe that whoever comes through will be in a No.1 contender spot in the next nine to 12 months.ADVERTISEMENTJoe Joyce knocking out Bryant Jennings is not a foregone conclusion. Jennings was beating Oscar Rivas until the last round when he got clipped. Now Rivas is in against Dillian Whyte. They’re selling that as a tough fight for Whyte, and Jennings was beating Rivas for eleven and a half rounds. It’s a tough challenge for Joyce.
Townsville’s property market has felt a lot of pain in recent years.TOWNSVILLE’S unit market continues to be an attractive buy for investors according to Core Logic’s quarterly Pain and Gain report, released today.The city recorded a loss-making resale of 46.8 per cent in the September 2016 quarter – remaining steady to the previous quarter.While industry experts remain confident in a market turnaround this year, Corelogic RP Data’s senior research analyst Cameron Kusher said it was difficult to pinpoint when Townsville would see a reduction in loss-making resales.“It is difficult to know, obviously, as it is not really a pretty view in Townsville at the moment,” he said.“Looking at (the market), it tends to be more units than houses that are for sale. “Still, 42.7 per cent of houses resold at a loss over the quarter and 66.7 per cent of units. “I think the stimulus from things like mining projects and big construction projects might take a while to feature into the data. More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Townsville has plenty going for it, even if the property market took a bit of a battering last year.“It might get a little bit worse before it gets better.”Nationally, the proportion of loss- making sales reached a recent low point over the three months to November 2016, when 7.9 per cent of all resales were loss-making. Since this time, the proportion of loss-making sales has been gradually drifting higher. The total gross loss realised over the quarter was recorded at $477.9 million with an average gross loss of $71,529 per sale.Released every quarter, Core Logic’s Pain and Gain report compares the most recent sale price to the previous sale price in order to determine whether the property sold at a gross profit or gross loss. It provides a proxy for the performance of each housing market and highlights the magnitude of profit or loss the typical seller of a home makes across those regions analysed.The latest report can be accessed at corelogic.com.au/paingain.
The home at 111 Arthur Tce, Red Hill, features reclaimed materials from historic Brisbane buildings.This Red Hill home features reclaimed materials from buildings and properties across Queensland, including the Treasury Building.The 111 Arthur Tce home will go under the hammer on Saturday.The four bedroom, two bathroom home is great for those concerned about sustainability, with a number of recycled materials used in the build of the property. You can almost imagine a group of men standing around with glasses of scotch.It will go to auction at 12pm, Saturday, April 14. The master suite is fit for a queen.Brisbane Real Estate acreage specialist Kel Goesch said the builders of the property had thought of everything.“It’s a very rare opportunity to buy a home and lifestyle package of such high quality and space in this general area,” Mr Goesch said.“The home has lots of character and lots of thought has been put into the detail, from the cornicing to the light fittings and the curtains.” The pillars supporting this deck are reclaimed from Bretts Wharf.“It’s mid-level size and is great for somebody that doesn’t want stairs, because most of the time on a smaller block it will go upstairs,” she said.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoIt will be auctioned on-site at 9am, on Saturday, April 14. The home at 22 Elaroo St, Morningside, will go under the hammer this Saturday.On the south side of the river at Morningside, a modern two-level home will also go under the hammer.The 22 Elaroo St home has five bedrooms and two bathrooms, and Place Bulimba lead agent James Curtain said it had a great flow. There is a great open plan living space, with bi-folds leading to outdoors.“The house has really superb indoor outdoor connection,” Mr Curtain said.“The original design of the home has been enhanced by substantial outdoor decking… that does give the home a really tremendous alfresco flavour.” The indoor living spills out onto a lovely deck.The home has a Colonial twist, with VJ feature walls and plantation shutters in the bedrooms. Kick back and relax in the cinema.The house has all the extras you could ever want, including a wet bar and wine cellar, a billiards room, a cinema, an outdoor kitchen by the pool and a wood fire pizza oven. Stunning exposed brick and beams in the living area.Place New Farm lead sales agent Alex Rutherford said the home was built about 20 years ago and the original owners had run a salvage yard.“This home has a classic feel and was built with recycled materials,” Ms Rutherford said.“The recycled brick and exposed beams make for some really historical features.” The home at 49 Landing Place, Moggill, has a gorgeous facade.The five bedroom home at 49 Landing Place, Moggill, will also go to auction this Saturday.The house sits on a 2.47 acre block and has decadent touches from parquet floors to chandelier light fittings. The exposed brick and beams continue in the kitchen, with cupboards from a Queensland convent.The bricks originated from Cannon Hill stockyards, the kitchen hoop pine cupboards from a Queensland convent, and floor joints from the Treasury Building.The pillars supporting the back deck were also reclaimed, originating from Bretts Wharf.Ms Rutherford said the home, which is set on 506sq m, faced directly north and was on one level, which was unusual for the size of the block. The bedrooms have VJ feature walls and plantation shutters.The property will go under the hammer at 12pm, Saturday, April 14.