TLC’s Hit TV show ‘Trading Spaces’ Looking for Neighbors to Cast in Pasadena

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This Week’s Picks! Finding Neverlad, Bombshell & More

first_imgHey, you, bawling that you couldn’t get a ticket for the Bombshell reunion concert. There’s no need to get upset. Trust us, you’re so not alone. Besides, you always have your Smash fan fiction—and a ton of fun things to do this week. We have Jason Alexander’s debut in Fish in the Dark, a Spring Awakening reunion, and Cheyenne Jackson performing in your backyard. Dry your eyes and get ready for this week’s picks! See Jason Alexander’s Broadway ReturnBegins June 9 at the Cort TheatreJason Alexander cannot escape Larry David, not that we’re complaining. Seinfeld, where Alexander became a star, was co-created by David. Alexander’s character, George Costanza, was based on David. Now, 25 years after his last performance on the Great White Way, Alexander returns—to a Larry David-written play! Alexander takes over (for David, of course) in Fish in the Dark. Glenne Headly, whose career is not tangled with America’s favorite neurotic, joins him. Click for tickets! Fall for a Spring Awakening ReunionJune 9 at 54 BelowFamily reunions? Lame. High-school reunions? Mega-lame. Reunion featuring cast members from Spring Awakening’s Broadway and touring productions? Amazing. Join Jenna Ushkowitz, Phoebe Strole, Lilli Cooper and more as they belt out tunes and share backstage anecdotes. Three disclaimers: This isn’t a presentation of the musical or its songs. The first show features performers from the first national tour; the second and third shows feature Broadway cast members. Either way, it sounds like fun. Click for tickets! Go on the Town with Cheyenne JacksonJune 12 at Town HallIt’s Friday, so it’s time to celebrate. No, that doesn’t mean burnt microwavable popcorn and the latest Netflix documentary. We can top that. Head to Town Hall, where the super-talented Cheyenne Jackson is performing a new show backed by his band. And if that isn’t enough of a treat, guess who his guest star is? Laura Benanti! Why would you deprive your life of joy? Get going! Click for tickets! Take Vanessa Hudgens & More HomeAvailable June 9The headline is a joke, of course. That’d be weird and probably illegal. (Plus, you haven’t vacuumed in ages.) But you can take Hudgens’ work on the cast recording of Gigi home. And if you’re looking for variety, get the cast recording of the revival of The King & I and Finding Neverland: The Album, a companion concept album to the hit show featuring performances by Christina Aguilera, Jon Bon Jovi, and the musical’s headliner Matthew Morrison. Get Smash-ed with Katharine McPheeJune 11, check local listingsUnless you were one of the lucky few, you missed McPhee in the Bombshell reunion concert, so catch up with the singer-actress on Live with Kelly & Michael, where she just might perform a number or two from Bombshell. And maybe this will be the encouragement you need to stop dressing in black and subsisting on a diet of peanut butter cups and start living! McPhee, Megan Hilty, and everyone else in the Smash family want that too. Find your light. View Commentslast_img read more

The Latest: Juventus player with virus says he ‘OK’

first_imgThe Juventus player who tested positive for the coronavirus says he’s “OK” and wants “to reassure everyone who is worrying about me.” Juventus announced late Wednesday that defender Daniele Rugani and “those who have had contact with him” are being isolated. It also said Rugani is not showing any symptoms of the disease.Rugani sent a post on Twitter overnight in Italian.“You’ll have read the news and that’s why I want to reassure everyone who is worrying about me. I’m OK. I want to remind everyone to respect the rules, because this virus doesn’t make distinctions! Let’s do it four ourselves, for those dear to us and for those around us,” he wrote.Rugani is the first player in the country’s top soccer division to test positive for the virus. The Latest: Juventus player with virus says he ‘OK’ Associated Press A four-race finals week in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, was canceled last week by the International Ski Federation.“The health and welfare of the athletes and all other participants, as well as the general public are in the forefront and the priority of FIS and all stakeholders,” the governing body said Thursday.Kilde’s runner-up finish in what proved to be the season-ending race — a downhill last Saturday in Kvitfjell, Norway — lifted him to the overall title above French rival Alexis Pinturault.Pinturault also finished runner-up to Kristoffersen in giant slalom. Another Frenchman, Clement Noel, was runner-up to Kristoffersen for the season-long slalom title by only two points, 552-550.Kristoffersen had an outside chance of winning the overall title if the final two races had gone ahead. Kilde succeeds Austrian great Marcel Hirscher, who won eight straight overall titles before retiring in the offseason.___More AP sports: and March 12, 2020 ___9:55 a.m.The season-ending men’s World Cup ski races were canceled Thursday to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, giving Norwegian skier Aleksander Aamodt Kilde his first overall title.Giant slalom and slalom races were scheduled for this weekend in Kranjska Gora, near Slovenia’s border with Italy.The cancellations mean Henrik Kristoffersen, another Norwegian, becomes the season champion in both disciplines by tiny margins. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditLONDON (AP) — The Latest on the coronavirus outbreak’s affect on sports around the globe (all times local):___10 a.m.last_img read more

Syracuse battles back to take down No. 19 Wake Forest, 4-3

first_img Published on April 1, 2016 at 10:44 pm Contact Jake: [email protected] Libi Mesh couldn’t believe what she had done until her whole team surrounded her in a mosh pit. She, like many of her teammates, had not looked at the scoreboard until the game was over.“I had no idea what the (final) score was,” Mesh said. “I went to cheer on (Dina Hegab) and my teammates yelled that we had won.”Almost four hours had passed since the start of the match and it seemed as if Syracuse was going to lose its sixth straight game until it didn’t. Headed by two furious comebacks in singles from Valeria Salazar and Mesh, along with a stellar day overall by Gabriela Knutson, 40th-ranked Syracuse (9-6, 3-6 Atlantic Coast) defeated 19th-ranked Wake Forest (16-6, 5-5), 4-3, after losing in doubles in an up-and-down match.After losing five straight matches, including a 7-0 loss to No. 4 North Carolina last Thursday, assistant coach Shelley George was happy to see Syracuse pull off the comeback, which is what Pro Football Hall of Famer Floyd Little spoke to the team about recently.“There was so much fight in both of those girls today”, said George. “… We actually had Floyd Little come in and talk to the girls about perseverance, getting through tough times and finding a way. You can’t measure (the size) of somebody’s heart.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textGeorge spoke with Salazar during her singles match when she was down 5-1 in the first set and changed her strategy, leading Salazar to a comeback win. George told her to come to the net more frequently and attack her opponent’s forehand.“Besides the ranking (of Wake Forest) that’s going to help us,” Salazar said. “We all fought and persevered.”Mesh, who had been down 5-0 in the final set of her match against Luisa Fernandez, also changed her approach and made a furious comeback that would ultimately seal the win and upset for Syracuse.“I just didn’t give up and I knew if I won it made it easier for (my teammates),” Mesh said. “I saw that at some point she started rushing and (going after) the ball early. (Head coach Younes Limam) told me to stay positive and cheer for the other girls and that will help me to relax more.Limam is happy to see his team put the past few weeks behind it and carry the momentum from this match into the final weeks of the season.“This is why we play”, Limam said. “April is a big month for us and a lot is at stake, such as the NCAA’s. We needed a win like that to get momentum back.” Comments Related Stories Gabriela Knutson anchors Syracuse’s win against Wake Forestcenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more