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The original 1950 production starred Shirley Booth, who won a Tony for her performance and then an Academy Award for the 1952 movie version

Merkerson will star as Lola, a blowzy, 대구출장샵 lonely housewife, in the Inge drama that opens Jan. 24 at the Biltmore Theatre, MTC announced Wednesday. Preview performances begin Jan. 3. It will be the play’s first Broadway revival. The original 1950 production starred Shirley Booth, who won a Tony for her performance and then an Academy Award for the 1952 movie version.

Merkerson is best known for her 13 seasons as Lt. Anita Van Buren on NBC’s “Law & Order.” Her Broadway credits include “The Piano Lesson,” August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, in 1990.

Earlier this summer, Merkerson starred in a California production of “Come Back, Little Sheba,” produced by Center Theatre Group at its Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. It was directed by Michael Pressman, who will also direct the Broadway revival.

“Come Back, Little Sheba” was Inge’s first Broadway success and was followed by such hits as “Picnic” (1953), “Bus Stop” (1955) and “The Dark at the Top of the Stairs” (1957).

Additional casting for “Come Back, Little Sheba” will be announced later.

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Brazil’s Navy said in a statement that a distress signal was picked up from the three-masted SV Concordia about 5 p.m. (2 p.m. EST; 1900 GMT) Thursday. It was located about 300 miles off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

Three hours later, an Air Force plane spotted life rafts floating in the ocean where the distress beacon had come from.

The Navy had already informed shipping in the region to be on the alert.

The Navy sent its own rescue ship, but those aboard the Canadian ship were plucked from the ocean early Friday by other vessels.

The Concordia is owned by West Island College International, based in Nova Scotia.

The ship had left Brazil’s northeast on Feb. 8 and was expected to dock in Montevideo, Uruguay, 인천출장샵 on Tuesday.

The head of the school, Kate Knight, says the 64 people included 48 students in grades 11 and 12 and first-year university.

Knight said they got word yesterday morning that a distress signal had been picked up from the vessel and an air and sea search commenced.

She said everyone successfully abandoned ship and got into life-rafts, which are equipped with blankets, medical supplies and food.

She said the life-rafts were spotted from the air around eight o’clock Atlantic time last night.

As far as Knight knows, no one was suffering from any medical issues as a result of the incident.

She said she doesn’t know what caused the three-masted Concordia to sink.

The school’s Web site says the Concordia was built in 1992 and “meets all of the international requirements for safety.”

The 188-foot Class 100A1 yacht, with a gross tonnage of 413, was outfitted with 15 sails and 570 h.p. engines.

The college’s site says it gives high school and college students the chance to study various subjects while sailing the world.

Students on the 2009-10 voyage, which departed Canada in September and stopped over in Ireland, Portugal, France, Malta, Turkey, Morocco and Senegal before heading for South America, can study marine biology and practice their ship-keeping tasks while also performing community service in various ports of call.

She said everyone successfully abandoned ship and got into life-rafts, which are equipped with blankets, medical supplies and food

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Brazil’s Navy said in a statement that a distress signal was picked up from the three-masted SV Concordia about 5 p.m. (2 p.m. EST; 1900 GMT) Thursday. It was located about 300 miles off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

Three hours later, an Air Force plane spotted life rafts floating in the ocean where the distress beacon had come from.

The Navy had already informed shipping in the region to be on the alert.

The Navy sent its own rescue ship, but those aboard the Canadian ship were plucked from the ocean early Friday by other vessels.

The Concordia is owned by West Island College International, based in Nova Scotia.

The ship had left Brazil’s northeast on Feb. 8 and was expected to dock in Montevideo, Uruguay, on Tuesday.

The head of the school, Kate Knight, says the 64 people included 48 students in grades 11 and 12 and first-year university.

Knight said they got word yesterday morning that a distress signal had been picked up from the vessel and an air and sea search commenced.

She said everyone successfully abandoned ship and got into life-rafts, which are equipped with blankets, medical supplies and food.

She said the life-rafts were spotted from the air around eight o’clock Atlantic time last night.

As far as Knight knows, no one was suffering from any medical issues as a result of the incident.

She said she doesn’t know what caused the three-masted Concordia to sink.

The school’s Web site says the Concordia was built in 1992 and “meets all of the international requirements for safety.”

The 188-foot Class 100A1 yacht, with a gross tonnage of 413, 대구출장샵 was outfitted with 15 sails and 570 h.p. engines.

The college’s site says it gives high school and college students the chance to study various subjects while sailing the world.

Students on the 2009-10 voyage, which departed Canada in September and stopped over in Ireland, Portugal, France, Malta, Turkey, Morocco and Senegal before heading for South America, can study marine biology and practice their ship-keeping tasks while also performing community service in various ports of call.

Legislators passed the sweeping abortion measure during their 2016 session

TALLAHASSEE, https://sarkariresultcom.online/ Fla. – A federal judge is being asked to block additional parts of a contentious Florida abortion law.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida filed a lawsuit late Monday on behalf of several ministers, rabbis and organizations that provide abortion counseling services to women.

The lawsuit contends that the law violates constitutional rights by requiring groups to register with the state and pay a fee if they advise or help women seek abortions. The lawsuit also challenges a provision requiring groups to tell women about alternatives to abortion.

Legislators passed the sweeping abortion measure during their 2016 session. A federal judge already blocked two parts of the law this summer, and the administration of Gov. Rick Scott didn’t appeal the decision. 

The parts of the law blocked this summer would have prevented state funds from going to organizations that provide abortions.

One part of the law required increased abortion clinic inspections.

Similar to a Texas law struck down earlier this week by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Florida law also requires doctors who perform abortions to have privileges at a nearby hospital. No challenges to that part of the law have been filed yet.

The court action this week was just a new chapter in a long-running battle over abortion in the Sunshine State. Since the GOP assumed control of the Florida Legislature two decades ago, legislators have enacted a series of bills only to see many of them overturned in the courts. The Florida Supreme Court in April suspended a 24-hour waiting period for abortions while it decides whether that law is constitutional.  

Marines in Marjah, told The Associated Press that allied forces have taken control of the main roads, bridges and government centers in Marjah, a town of about 80,000 people located 360 miles southwest of Kabul

About two dozen Marines were inserted into an area where skilled Taliban marksmen are known to operate, an officer said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of security concerns.

U.S. and Afghan troops encountered skilled sharpshooters and better-fortified Taliban positions Thursday, indicating that insurgent resistance in their logistics and opium-smuggling centre was far from crushed.

Special Report: Afghanistan

CBS News correspondent Mandy Clark, embedded with U.S. Marines on the frontline, said she could hear single-shot sniper rounds on top of the machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades as Lima Company engaged militants in an intense firefight.

The sniper fire was an added threat on top of the homemade bombs, or IEDs, which the Taliban planted in vast numbers across Marjah, adds Clark.

“Yesterday, our convoy hit one, and just moments ago on the same main bit of road, another convoy hit an IED,” Clark told “The Early Show” via phone from the front.

More coverage from CBS News Correspondent Mandy Clark:

Marines Reach out to Marjah PopulationMarines Drive Into Afghan StrongholdMarines Engage Taliban on Edge of MarjahAfghanistan: Life on the Frontline

A Marine general said Thursday that U.S. and Afghan allied forces do now control the main roads and markets in Marjah, but fighting has raged on elsewhere in the southern farming town. A British general said he expected it would take another month to secure the town.

NATO said six international service members died Thursday, bringing the number of allied troops killed in the offensive to 11 NATO troops and one Afghan soldier. The international coalition did not disclose their nationalities, but Britain’s Defense Ministry said two British soldiers were among the dead.

No precise figures on Taliban deaths have been released, but senior Marine officers say intelligence reports suggest more than 120 have died. The officers spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not supposed to release the information.

Brig. Gen. Larry Nicholson, commander of U.S. Marines in Marjah, told The Associated Press that allied forces have taken control of the main roads, bridges and government centers in Marjah, a town of about 80,000 people located 360 miles southwest of Kabul.

“I’d say we control the spine” of the town, Nicholson said as he inspected the Marines’ front line in the north of the dusty, mud-brick town. “We’re where we want to be.”

As Nicholson spoke, bursts of heavy machine-gun fire in the near distance showed that insurgents still hold terrain about a half-mile away.

“Every day, there’s not a dramatic change. It’s steady,” he said, noting that fighting continues to erupt.

The offensive in Marjah is the biggest since the 2001 U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan, and a test of President Barack Obama’s strategy for reversing the rise of the Taliban while protecting civilians.

Plans call for NATO to rush in a civilian administration, 부산출장샵 restore public services and pour in aid to try to win the loyalty of the population in preventing the Taliban from returning.

But stubborn Taliban resistance, coupled with restrictive rules on allies’ use of heavy weaponry when civilians may be at risk, have slowed the advance through the town. The NATO commander of troops in southern Afghanistan, British Maj. Gen. Nick Carter, told reporters in Washington via a video hookup that he expects it could take another 30 days to secure Marjah.

NATO has given no figures on civilian deaths since a count of 15 earlier in the offensive. Afghan rights groups have reported 19 dead. Since those figures were given, much of the fighting has shifted away from the heavily built-up area, where most civilians live.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has repeatedly criticized the use of air strikes and other long-range weaponry because of the risk to civilians. Twelve of the 15 deaths reported by NATO happened when two rockets hit a home on Sunday.

The allied troops have to go to great lengths to distinguish insurgents from civilians. Marines detained one man Thursday as he left a compound they had taken fire from. He had no weapon but a quick test found gunpowder residue on his hands – sufficient grounds to arrest him.

Soldiers tied the suspect’s hands behind his back and covered his face with a shawl while he sat cross-legged on the ground waiting to be hauled away.

Throughout Thursday, U.S. Marines pummeled insurgents with mortars, sniper fire and missiles as gun battles intensified. Taliban fighters fired back with rocket-propelled grenades and rifles, some of the fire far more accurate than Marines have faced in other Afghan battles.

The increasingly accurate sniper fire – and strong intelligence on possible suicide bomb threats – indicated that insurgents from outside Marjah are still operating within the town, Nicholson said.

There were also pockets of calm Thursday. Some families returned to their homes, their donkeys laden with their belongings. Several stores reopened in the bullet-riddled bazaar in the north of town, and customers lined up to buy goods for the first time in nearly a week.

One Marjah farmer said the Taliban broke into his home and used it to fire on the troops.

“We couldn’t do anything when one of them was forcing his way into our house. What could we do?” said Sayed Wakhan, a sunburned, middle-aged opium poppy farmer in northern Marjah.

But Wakhan, who spoke to reporters as he mixed mud to make repairs on his house, also said he didn’t trust the government forces who now occupy his neighborhood.

“I have suffered at the hands of police, and I don’t like the international forces coming into our area,” he snapped. His remarks were a reminder of the tough job ahead for NATO and Afghan authorities in winning over locals used to an uneasy peace under the Taliban.

Also Thursday, a NATO air strike in northern Afghanistan missed a group of insurgents and killed seven Afghan policemen, the Afghan Interior Ministry said.

A NATO statement acknowledged the report and said it and the ministry were investigating.

In eastern Afghanistan, eight Afghan policemen defected to the Taliban, according to Mirza Khan, the deputy provincial police chief.

The policemen abandoned their posts in central Wardak province’s Chak district and joined the militants there, he said. One of them had previous ties to the Taliban, he said, but would not elaborate.

“These policemen came on their own and told us they want to join with the Taliban. Now they are with us,” Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Muhajid said.

The sniper fire was an added threat on top of the homemade bombs, or IEDs, which the Taliban planted in vast numbers across Marjah, adds Clark

About two dozen Marines were inserted into an area where skilled Taliban marksmen are known to operate, an officer said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of security concerns.

U.S. and Afghan troops encountered skilled sharpshooters and better-fortified Taliban positions Thursday, indicating that insurgent resistance in their logistics and opium-smuggling centre was far from crushed.

Special Report: Afghanistan

CBS News correspondent Mandy Clark, embedded with U.S. Marines on the frontline, said she could hear single-shot sniper rounds on top of the machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades as Lima Company engaged militants in an intense firefight.

The sniper fire was an added threat on top of the homemade bombs, or IEDs, which the Taliban planted in vast numbers across Marjah, adds Clark.

“Yesterday, our convoy hit one, and just moments ago on the same main bit of road, another convoy hit an IED,” Clark told “The Early Show” via phone from the front.

More coverage from CBS News Correspondent Mandy Clark:

Marines Reach out to Marjah PopulationMarines Drive Into Afghan StrongholdMarines Engage Taliban on Edge of MarjahAfghanistan: Life on the Frontline

A Marine general said Thursday that U.S. and Afghan allied forces do now control the main roads and markets in Marjah, but fighting has raged on elsewhere in the southern farming town. A British general said he expected it would take another month to secure the town.

NATO said six international service members died Thursday, bringing the number of allied troops killed in the offensive to 11 NATO troops and one Afghan soldier. The international coalition did not disclose their nationalities, but Britain’s Defense Ministry said two British soldiers were among the dead.

No precise figures on Taliban deaths have been released, but senior Marine officers say intelligence reports suggest more than 120 have died. The officers spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not supposed to release the information.

Brig. Gen. Larry Nicholson, commander of U.S. Marines in Marjah, told The Associated Press that allied forces have taken control of the main roads, bridges and 인천출장샵 government centers in Marjah, a town of about 80,000 people located 360 miles southwest of Kabul.

“I’d say we control the spine” of the town, Nicholson said as he inspected the Marines’ front line in the north of the dusty, mud-brick town. “We’re where we want to be.”

As Nicholson spoke, bursts of heavy machine-gun fire in the near distance showed that insurgents still hold terrain about a half-mile away.

“Every day, there’s not a dramatic change. It’s steady,” he said, noting that fighting continues to erupt.

The offensive in Marjah is the biggest since the 2001 U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan, and a test of President Barack Obama’s strategy for reversing the rise of the Taliban while protecting civilians.

Plans call for NATO to rush in a civilian administration, restore public services and pour in aid to try to win the loyalty of the population in preventing the Taliban from returning.

But stubborn Taliban resistance, coupled with restrictive rules on allies’ use of heavy weaponry when civilians may be at risk, have slowed the advance through the town. The NATO commander of troops in southern Afghanistan, British Maj. Gen. Nick Carter, told reporters in Washington via a video hookup that he expects it could take another 30 days to secure Marjah.

NATO has given no figures on civilian deaths since a count of 15 earlier in the offensive. Afghan rights groups have reported 19 dead. Since those figures were given, much of the fighting has shifted away from the heavily built-up area, where most civilians live.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has repeatedly criticized the use of air strikes and other long-range weaponry because of the risk to civilians. Twelve of the 15 deaths reported by NATO happened when two rockets hit a home on Sunday.

The allied troops have to go to great lengths to distinguish insurgents from civilians. Marines detained one man Thursday as he left a compound they had taken fire from. He had no weapon but a quick test found gunpowder residue on his hands – sufficient grounds to arrest him.

Soldiers tied the suspect’s hands behind his back and covered his face with a shawl while he sat cross-legged on the ground waiting to be hauled away.

Throughout Thursday, U.S. Marines pummeled insurgents with mortars, sniper fire and missiles as gun battles intensified. Taliban fighters fired back with rocket-propelled grenades and rifles, some of the fire far more accurate than Marines have faced in other Afghan battles.

The increasingly accurate sniper fire – and strong intelligence on possible suicide bomb threats – indicated that insurgents from outside Marjah are still operating within the town, Nicholson said.

There were also pockets of calm Thursday. Some families returned to their homes, their donkeys laden with their belongings. Several stores reopened in the bullet-riddled bazaar in the north of town, and customers lined up to buy goods for the first time in nearly a week.

One Marjah farmer said the Taliban broke into his home and used it to fire on the troops.

“We couldn’t do anything when one of them was forcing his way into our house. What could we do?” said Sayed Wakhan, a sunburned, middle-aged opium poppy farmer in northern Marjah.

But Wakhan, who spoke to reporters as he mixed mud to make repairs on his house, also said he didn’t trust the government forces who now occupy his neighborhood.

“I have suffered at the hands of police, and I don’t like the international forces coming into our area,” he snapped. His remarks were a reminder of the tough job ahead for NATO and Afghan authorities in winning over locals used to an uneasy peace under the Taliban.

Also Thursday, a NATO air strike in northern Afghanistan missed a group of insurgents and killed seven Afghan policemen, the Afghan Interior Ministry said.

A NATO statement acknowledged the report and said it and the ministry were investigating.

In eastern Afghanistan, eight Afghan policemen defected to the Taliban, according to Mirza Khan, the deputy provincial police chief.

The policemen abandoned their posts in central Wardak province’s Chak district and joined the militants there, he said. One of them had previous ties to the Taliban, he said, but would not elaborate.

“These policemen came on their own and told us they want to join with the Taliban. Now they are with us,” Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Muhajid said.

– A federal judge is being asked to block additional parts of a contentious Florida abortion law

구월동출장안마-후불출장안마 / 수출장안마 / 서울출장프로필TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A federal judge is being asked to block additional parts of a contentious Florida abortion law.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida filed a lawsuit late Monday on behalf of several ministers, rabbis and organizations that provide abortion counseling services to women.

The lawsuit contends that the law violates constitutional rights by requiring groups to register with the state and 경기도출장샵 pay a fee if they advise or help women seek abortions. The lawsuit also challenges a provision requiring groups to tell women about alternatives to abortion.

Legislators passed the sweeping abortion measure during their 2016 session. A federal judge already blocked two parts of the law this summer, and the administration of Gov. Rick Scott didn’t appeal the decision. 

The parts of the law blocked this summer would have prevented state funds from going to organizations that provide abortions.

One part of the law required increased abortion clinic inspections.

Similar to a Texas law struck down earlier this week by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Florida law also requires doctors who perform abortions to have privileges at a nearby hospital. No challenges to that part of the law have been filed yet.

The court action this week was just a new chapter in a long-running battle over abortion in the Sunshine State. Since the GOP assumed control of the Florida Legislature two decades ago, legislators have enacted a series of bills only to see many of them overturned in the courts. The Florida Supreme Court in April suspended a 24-hour waiting period for abortions while it decides whether that law is constitutional.  

Britney and K-Fed’s marriage may have officially ended last week, but their battle continues

Britney and 부산출장샵 K-Fed’s marriage may have officially ended last week, but their battle continues. On Wednesday, a lawyer for Federline filed an order to show cause for primary physical custody of their two children.

The pop tart, whose bizarre behavior has been well documented by the tabloids, must respond to the filing at a scheduled hearing.

Meanwhile, one of Spears’ former flings spilled the gory details of his wild night with Britney to Us Weekly. Matt Encinias told the magazine that the singer pounded drinks and removed her top before jumping topless into a pool.

Brown, who gave birth to daughter Angel in April, tied the knot with boyfriend Stephen Belafonte in June, the Associated Press reported.

Meanwhile, court documents revealed this week that Jennifer Lopez was awarded nearly $600,000 in a suit against her ex, Ojani Noa.

According to court papers made public on Monday, the singer claimed that her first husband violated a previous agremement in which he said he would remain mum about their relationship, reports said.

“Two And A Half Men” star Charlie Sheen chose national TV to reveal a startling request by his ex-wife Denise Richards. Sheen told “Entertainment Tonight” that Richards asked him to father her third child, even though he is is engaged to be married to someone else.

“There was a request for a donation,” Sheen told “ET” in an interview that aired Tuesday night. “Without getting into it here … there is a specific document relating to this that I am going to reserve for a court.”

Steamrolling in New York’s Long Island is the nasty divorce proceedings between Dina and Michael Lohan. The parents of embattled actress Lindsay Lohan – who is reportedly in rehab – still wrangle over visitation rights for their younger children as paparazzi capture their every move.

And finally, Marilyn Manson was sued by his ex-bandmate, Stephen Bier, who alleges that the shock rocker didn’t give him a share of profits. Bier reportedly says Manson owes him $20 million.

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인천출장마사지-후불출장안마 Vvip미출장안마cnfwkddksakPaparazzi took pictures and videos of a puppy-toting Britney Spears steering her car into another one as she tried to turn into a spot in a Studio City parking lot. Then assessing the damage to her own car only. Then heading off to shop.

But the tale of the tape made it clear to the owner of the parked car just who it was who scraped up her silver Mercedes-Benz.

Kim Robard-Rifkin, 59, told the entertainment Web site CelebTV.com on Wednesday that nobody from Spears’ camp had contacted her about the damaged car.

“It’s sad because I was really hoping she’d step up and be a mensch, be a human being,” Robard-Rifkin said. “It was simply like my car didn’t matter to her, my inconvenience didn’t matter to her.”

Robard-Rifkin, a registered nurse, said she was “sort of amused and sort of shocked” when she learned it was Spears who hit her car, and 인천출장샵 figured she would hear from the embattled entertainer.

“There were obviously a lot of paparazzi there, and what kind of person wouldn’t realize that this (would) be on TV and she had to be responsible and contact me,” she said.

“I’m not asking for money. I’m not asking for a new car. … I simply want my car fixed, the same as I would fix somebody’s car if I had done that.”

Robard-Rifkin filed a police report on Thursday.

An e-mail to Spears’ spokeswoman at Jive Records was not immediately returned.

Chinese leaders believe the 75-year-old monk, who fled Tibet when the region was invaded by China in 1959, is scheming to attain political independence for his homeland. Tibet’s political status is an internal matter for China, authorities here argue, leaving no place for input from Washington. President Obama is believed to have declined a meeting with the Dalai Lama last October, to avoid tense relations with his Chinese counterparts before his first visit to China in November. In Beijing, China’s leaders reportedly urged the President to refrain from ever meeting with their Tibetan rival. Since that trip, relations between Beijing and Washington have gone steadily downhill. The long list of disputes kicked off in earnest at the Copenhagen climate change summit, when China and the U.S., the world’s carbon emissions giants, failed to find common ground. China then refused the Obama administration’s request to revalue its currency. That was followed by ongoing trade disputes on items ranging from steel to chicken. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton then publically backed Google in its stand against the Chinese government’s internet censorship. Beijing was incensed when the U.S. sold $6.4 billion of weaponry to Taiwan, a disputed region that China claims as its own. The White House tried to downplay Thursday’s closed-door meeting, choosing to release just a single photo of the event. But, the fact that the two men met at all was enough to anger Beijing. Nonetheless, there might never be a good time for a U.S. president to meet the Dalai Lama. Since George Bush Sr. was in office, each successive American leader has met the Tibetan, and each time, Chinese authorities have issued loud objections in response. So far, Sino-U.S. ties have weathered the inevitable storm that follows, and it is unlikely China will do much more to protest the Dalai Lama’s latest visit. That does not mean, however, that the issue has been resolved. For weeks, China’s state-controlled media have echoed the unhappiness of the government. “What would the U.S. government feel and do if Chinese leaders meet someone who has been carrying out activities for the independence of one of its states, say Alaska?” writes China Daily op-ed columnist Zhu Yuan, adding that President Obama “is giving the impression that he told lies or at least did not speak from the bottom of his heart when promising to promote Sino-U.S. relations.”

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