Arcelus will play attorney Jack Brigance, a role he played in the Arena Stage world premiere of A Time to Kill in 2011. Set in Ford County, Mississippi, A Time to Kill tells the emotional story of a young, idealistic lawyer (Arcelus) who defends a black man, Carl Lee Hailey (John Douglas Thompson), for taking the law into his own hands following an unspeakable crime committed against his young daughter. The small town is thrown into upheaval as Jack finds himself arguing against the formidable district attorney, Rufus Buckley, and goes under attack from both sides of a racially divided city. Fred Dalton Thompson will play Judge Noose. Grisham’s 1989 novel was adapted into a major motion picture in 1996, starring Matthew McConaughey, Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Bullock and Kevin Spacey. View Comments Sebastian Arcelus A Time To Kill features set design by James Noone, costume design by David Woolard, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, sound design by Lindsay Jones and projection design by Jeff Sugg. Fred Dalton Thompson Star Files John Douglas Thompson A Time To Kill Arcelus has appeared on Broadway in Elf, Jersey Boys, Good Vibrations, Rent and Wicked. He currently plays newspaper editor Lucas Goodwin on the Netflix TV series House of Cards, and will continue to be a series regular while rehearsing and performing A Time to Kill. Arcelus’ additional film and TV credits include Person of Interest, The Last Day of August and Winx Club. Fred Dalton Thompson will make his Broadway debut in A Time To Kill. His film credits include Marie, No Way Out and The Hunt for Red October. He played New York District Attorney Arthur Branch on TV’s Law & Order. John Douglas Thompson appeared in Julius Caesar and Cyrano de Bergerac on Broadway. His film and TV credits include The Bourne Legacy and Michael Clayton. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 17, 2013 Order in the court! Sebastian Arcelus, Fred Dalton Thompson and John Douglas Thompson will star in the Broadway stage adaptation of John Grisham’s bestselling courtroom novel A Time to Kill. Adapted for the stage by Rupert Holmes and directed by Ethan McSweeny, the previously announced production begins performances September 28, with an official opening night set for October 20 at the Golden Theatre. Additional casting will be announced shortly.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center,Vermont Business Magazine The major issues facing families and children impacted by the nation’s opioid crisis – and solutions to those issues – will be the topic of an all-day forum presented by Dartmouth-Hitchcock on Friday, October 5, in Concord, NH. US Surgeon General VADM Jerome M. Adams, MD, MPH, will deliver the keynote address at the forum, “Our Families, Our Children, Our Future,”(link is external) to be held from 8 am to 4 pm at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. The forum is open to the public.Representatives from community, family, and children’s organizations; elected officials; school leaders; and others who are actively engaged in finding solutions to the opioid crisis are expected to attend.This is the first forum in Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Solutions to Opioid Addiction & Recovery (SOAR) Opioid Collaborative Series, a series that will focus on critical issues surrounding the opioid crisis in New Hampshire. Through the series Dartmouth-Hitchcock, along with a broad group of community partners, regional health care organizations, and individuals, will lead important discussions share information and inform the public about evidence-based and innovative solutions and programs that are happening locally, regionally and nationally. The October 5 forum is hosted by Dartmouth-Hitchcock, with sponsorship by Northeast Delta Dental, Hypertherm’s Hope Foundation, New Futures, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, New Hampshire PBS, and the AdCare Educational Institute of New England.Dartmouth-Hitchcock CEO and President Joanne Conroy, MD, and New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu will offer opening remarks and frame the day’s discussion, which includes a series of panel discussions and Dr. Adams’ lunchtime keynote address. A broad range of speakers, including top clinicians, researchers, policymakers, and representatives of community groups,(link is external) have been invited to present at the forum.“The people of New Hampshire are looking to Dartmouth-Hitchcock for help in finding effective solutions to this crisis. Everyone who serves our communities – health care providers, educators and researchers, social service organizations, elected officials, and others – recognize what’s at stake” said Conroy. “I believe that the SOAR Collaborative Series is a next step in a strong statewide effort to pull together the wide-range of work that’s already being done. By utilizing and strengthening the existing resources that are in place to address the epidemic, we can focus on collaborating with our partners to find additional interventions and solutions.”Morning sessions will focus on clinical and community support for affected families, children, and communities. Presentations will include “The Impact of the Opioid Crisis on New Hampshire Families, Communities, and Child Welfare Systems,” “Nurturing Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)-Affected Infants and Moms,” “Addressing the Social and Emotional Well-Being of Children and Youth Traumatized by OUD,” and “Supporting Recovering Families and Children Over Time.” At noon there will be a working lunch with remarks from NH Union Leader correspondent Shawne Wickham, who since last spring has been chronicling the many faces and stories of the opioid epidemic in New Hampshire in her ongoing series, “Beyond the Stigma”, and journalist and film producer Sarah Holt of the PBS program “NOVA,” who has just completed production on a new program about the science of addiction that will premiere nationally October 17 on PBS. Dr. Adams’ keynote address will begin just after 1 p.m. As Surgeon General, Dr. Adams oversees the operations of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, which has approximately 6,500 health officers who serve in nearly 800 locations around the world to promote, protect and advance the health and safety of our nation and our world. Dr. Adams is committed to maintaining strong relationships with the public health community and forging new partnerships with non-traditional partners, including business and law enforcement.He has pledged to lead with science, facilitate locally led solutions to the nation’s most difficult health problems, and deliver higher quality healthcare at lower cost through patient and community engagement and better prevention.Following Dr. Adams’ address, afternoon sessions will address public policies and support for families, children, and communities affected by the opioid crisis. Topics include “The Federal View: Federal Policies and Funding to Support Affected Children, Youth, and Families,” and “The State View: How New Hampshire Systems Are Working to Meet the Rising Needs of Families and Children.” Confirmed speakers include: DHHS Commissioner Jeff Meyers, Executive Director of NH High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, Jay Fallon, NH Drug czar Dave Mara and City of Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig. Advanced registration for the forum is required(link is external). Registration is $45(link is external) and includes continental breakfast and buffet lunch. For more information about the forum, visit https://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/classes_events/opioid-forum.html(link is external)Source: D-H 9.7.2018
If you work for an “essential business” If your job is part of essential government services that cannot be conducted through telework (the latest order does not change this)To conduct “necessary activities” – obtaining medicine or seeing a doctor, purchasing necessary supplies such as groceries and personal hygiene products, picking up educational supplies from your child’s school or providing necessary care and supplies to family members in another household. You may leave your house to take a walk, or jog, or to walk the dog. But you may not do these things in groups. And you should limit your time outside to only what is essential. The full list is available here.Q: Are there additional closings because of this order?A: Yes. If a business does not fall under one of the “essential” categories, employees must either telework or it must suspend operations.Q: The new order revises what’s considered a prohibited mass gathering. What’s the new rule?A: This order defines a mass gathering as any public or private gathering that brings together five or more individuals in a single room or connected space or an outdoor space where people are within 6 feet of each other. Q: Are there any exemptions to the 5-or-more rule?A: Yes. If five or more people live together, they are exempt inside their residence. Also exempt are churches, synagogues, mosques or other places of worship.Q: What’s closed? A :Entertainment venues, Gyms and fitness studios, Public events and gatherings, Convention centers, Hair and nail salons, Casinos and horse-racing facilities and more.Q: How long will this order be in place? A: This order is in place through 8 a.m. April 10, 2020, unless otherwise amended.Q: What about government services?A: This order does not change the status of state and local government operations. Previous orders exempted all persons necessary to maintain the operations of state and local governments. State government has already moved to a largely telework system; local government agencies are strongly encouraged to do the same.Q: Is there a curfew associated with the order? A: No. Q: My employer has asked me to come to work at a non-essential business – what do I do? A: The main line at newmexico.gov, 833-551-0518, will soon have a reporting mechanism to report non-compliance to the state.SCHOOLS AND CHILD CAREQ: My school is providing free grab-and-go meals, instructional materials and supplies, and child care. Are those still open?A: Yes. Q: Are child care services still open? Can my babysitter still come to the house?A: Yes. Child care facilities necessary to provide services to workers employed by essential businesses and nonprofit entities may continue to operate. Child care services are also available to serve families with young children when the parents are involved with protective services, behavioral health and/or juvenile justice services. Child care facilities that remain open must employ heightened cleaning and distancing requirements; guidance will be released shortly. Babysitters may travel to homes to care for the children of parents working in essential sectors.OTHER SERVICESQ: Can I go to the park?A: No, you should not.Q: Will public roads be closed?A: No. All streets, roads and highways will remain open.Q: What about public transportation? A: Public transportation is considered an essential service; it will continue to operate.Q: How does the order affect people who are homeless?A: Previous orders exempted those who are homeless, and that has not changed. Like everyone, they are encouraged to practice social distancing of at least 6 feet. Services that provide for the homeless, like shelters, may remain open. Q: Can I still get my mail and deliveries?A: Yes. You will still be able to get mail and other deliveries at your home. Mail is considered an essential government function, and businesses that deliver goods or services directly to residences are considered essential businesses.HEALTH CARE AND HELPING SICK RELATIVESQ: Can I visit loved ones in the hospital, nursing home, skilled nursing facility, or other residential care facility?A: The Department of Health’s March 13, 2020, public health order states that visitors are only allowed at nursing homes and other facilities that care for seniors if they are receiving end-of-life care and the visitor meets certain conditions (i.e. temperature taken at the entrance). Many hospitals are implementing modified visitation policies at this time. Check with the specific hospital location about what the policy is at this time. Q: Since health care is a necessary activity, may I keep my appointment for an eye exam or a dental cleaning?A: Non-essential medical care like eye exams, teeth cleaning and elective procedures should be postponed. If possible, health care visits should be done remotely.Q: May I still go out to get my prescriptions?A: Yes. Pharmacies remain open, as do medical marijuana dispensaries.Q: Can I leave home to care for family members or friends who have disabilities, or who require assistance to care for themselves? A: Yes. Be sure that you protect them and yourself by following social distancing guidelines such as washing hands before and after, using hand sanitizer, maintaining at least 6 feet of distance when possible, and coughing or sneezing into your elbow or a tissue and then washing your hands. If you have any symptoms of a cold, however, please stay away.OUTDOOR RECREATION/EXERCISEQ: Can I still go outside for a hike or walk? A. Yes, but you must maintain a distance of at least 6 feet with those outside of your family unit. Gyms, fitness centers, recreational centers, golf courses, swimming pools and skating rinks are all closed.New Mexico State Parks have been temporarily closed to protect public health. PETSQ: Can I walk my dog? Take my pet to the vet?A: You may walk your dog. You may also take your pet to the vet; emergency veterinary services are exempt from the orders. OTHERQ: Have any other states done this?A: Yes. As of Sunday, March 22, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Louisiana, New York, New Jersey, Ohio and Illinois had issued similar orders. From the Office of the Governor:New Mexico Department of Health Secretary Kathy Kunkel today announced a new public health emergency order effective at 8 a.m. Tuesday, March 24, closing all businesses and nonprofit entities except for those deemed essential, and further restricting mass gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.All New Mexicans must immediately heed the directive to stay home except to maintain continuity of functions critical to public health and safety.Read the Executive Order here.See the full list of what businesses and services are deemed essential here.Find the below FAQs online hereBASICS Q: When should I leave my house?A: You may leave your home for these reasons: Gas stations PharmaciesFood providers: Grocery stores, farmers markets, food banks, convenience stores, school meal distribution sites and restaurants (but only for delivery and take-out). Banks Laundromats/laundry services Farms, ranches and other food cultivation operationsEssential state and local government functions, including law enforcement and emergency management services Homeless shelters Health care operationsChild care facilities necessary to provide services to workers employed by essential businesses and essential non-profit entities. UtilitiesEssential state and local government functions, including law enforcement and emergency management servicesU.S. government and military installations Q: What’s open?A: Essential businesses and nonprofits, as defined in the order, will remain open. These include:
The South Fork Natural History Museum, in Bridgehampton, presented its 29th Annual Summer Gala Benefit on Saturday, July 14, to benefit educational and environmental programming and initiatives at the museum. The event honored Courtney Ross, founder of the Ross Institute, Ross School, and the Ross Learning System; Don Church, President of Global Wildlife Conservation; and Russell Mittermeier, Chief Conservation Officer of GWC. Chairs were Sammi and Scott Seltzer and Patsy and Jeff Tarr, with co-hosts Leslie Clarke, Alex Guarnaschelli, and Debra Halpert. Share
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European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) judges have rejected appeals lodged by three British Christians who argued that their individual rights to express religious beliefs had been breached.Shirley Chaplin, Lillian Ladele and Gary McFarlane all lost their cases in the ECtHR in January of this year and last week attended the court again to appeal the verdicts.The appeal judges ruled that the employers of Chaplin, a nurse, were indeed justified in forbidding her to wear a crucifix while at work on health and safety grounds.The cases of Ladele and McFarlane were more complicated, since they depended upon balancing their rights against the convention rights of others.Ladele, a registrar, had declined to conduct a civil partnership ceremony on the article 9 grounds of freedom of thought, conscience and religion. McFarlane, invoking the same article, said he did not want to undertake sex therapy sessions with same-sex couples.The appeal judges ruled that their refusals breached the convention rights of the civil partnership and sex therapy couples, namely the article 14 prohibition on discrimination and the article 8 right to respect for private and family life.City firm Charles Russell employment head Michael Powner said: ‘This sends a stark message that religious freedoms have very limited parameters when they potentially or actually infringe the rights of others.‘When different convention rights compete in different factual scenarios, the line has to be drawn somewhere. What is now certain is that one set of rights, here for religious freedom for Christians, does not automatically trump the others.’
Mr Justice BakerSitting in the administrative court, Mr Justice Andrew Baker said the government was not acting unlawfully and refused permission for a judicial review. The ABI said it intends to appeal.James Dalton, ABI director of general insurance policy, said his members were open to a proper dialogue on how to reform the system, but ‘caving in to legal threats’ from personal injury lawyers was not the way for the MoJ to do it.Dalton added: ‘Despite consulting over three years ago and not letting anyone know the outcome of that process, the lord chancellor seems to want to rush out a new discount rate at a time of significant global financial uncertainty.‘While we welcome today’s commitment not to make an announcement before 31 January, we call on the lord chancellor to provide a considered timeline which gives all stakeholders the opportunity to engage in a constructive dialogue on the way forward.’The discount rate is set to calculate deductions from injured people’s compensation to reflect the interest the payments are assumed to earn.The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has campaigned for years that the current rate – 2.5%, set by the lord chancellor in 2001 – is too high and penalises claimants.‘For far too long, people with lifelong and life-altering injuries have faced running out of compensation, or had to risk their compensation on uncertain investments to try to make up the shortfall, because insurers do not have to pay the full amount needed,’ said Neil Sugarman, APIL president.‘Insurers have been getting away with undercompensating vulnerable injured people for years,’ said Sugarman. The High Court has thrown out a last-ditch attempt by insurers to delay the government’s announcement on the rate used to calculate discounts on compensation awards. The Association of British Insurers had argued in court this week for an injunction to stop the Ministry of Justice delivering its promise to make a decision by the end of this month.The legal challenge was opposed by claimant lawyers who have campaigned for an adjustment to the rate for many years.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses a meeting of his ruling ZANU PF party’s youth league in Harare, Zimbabwe, October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addresses a meeting of his ruling ZANU PF party’s youth league in Harare, Zimbabwe, October 7, 2017. REUTERSThe Zanu-PF Youth League says it will stand by President Mugabe in the face of any threat to his position as the constitutionally elected leader of Zimbabwe, Local online website, the Herald reports.Speaking to journalists at a press conference in the country’s capital Harare, the Secretary for Youth League Affairs, Kudzanai Chipanga said that young people would not allow anyone to interfere with President Mugabe’s leadership.“As the youth, we are in our millions and at present, the majority in the country,” he said.“It is our country and future at stake and we will not let any individual military man interfere with the leader of the party and legitimately voted President of this country, Robert Gabriel Mugabe.” He added.Chipange said that the youth of the country constitute the majority of the population and that it is their future which is at stake.“Freedom is a non-negotiable birthright bestowed upon us by the revolution.” He said.Chipange said that the military’s intervention is an assault on their freedom since the new Constitution places soldiers in barracks and civilian authority in power.He called on all the youth of the country, regardless of their political affiliation, race, gender or creed to stand up and be counted when the time comes.