Value for money ratings softening in North West

first_img Twitter Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Value for money visitor ratings in the North West appears to be softening, that’s according to the manager of the Wild Atlantic Way.Joan Crawford, says while there has been a 7% increase in visitor numbers in the first quarter of this year, the latest visitor experience survey conducted revealed that British tourists are being affected by the euro rate.However, speaking on the Nine til Noon Show today Ms Crawford says considering other parts of the country, the North West still offers good value:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/crawford1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. AudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleHighlandTV: Emerald Guitars, Lavengro and Dean Maywood on the Monday Night SessionsNext articlePublic facilities open today at popular Donegal destinations News Highland WhatsApp Google+ WhatsApp Pinterest Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction center_img Google+ Harps come back to win in Waterford FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Value for money ratings softening in North West Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook By News Highland – June 1, 2018 Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24thlast_img read more

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Summer spotlight performance tonight

first_img Sponsored Content “In the group, we have seven Troy University theater majors who are using this opportunity for observation and to utilize their teaching skills – and to have some fun,” Moree said. “All of the students will benefit from the direction of Roy Hudson, who was the teacher of the year at Shades Valley High School where he developed the theater academy.”Hudson is now a member of the faculty of the Troy University Department of Theater and Dance.Renfrow, who will be a freshman at Auburn University in the fall, said the opportunity to work with Hudson has provided her with one more source before heading to The Plains.Her schoolmate and friend, Kaitlyn Conway, agreed that working with Hudson has given her a different perspective on theater.“This has been an opportunity to grow,” she said. “I find that sometimes I’m thinking too hard, and I need to stop and take the advice that is offered to me. Savannah and I have only worked with one director. Here at camp, we’ve learned to trust a director that we didn’t know. It’s been a great experience.”For Bryan Benfield of Huntsville, the camp has been an opportunity to improve what he is best at – “dancing,” as well as what he is “bad” at –“singing and dancing.”“Working with Roy Hudson is a chance to work with someone who understands me at my level and pushes me beyond my limits,” Benfield said.“And he has done that. He’s a lot of fun and jokes with us but this camp has been a great learning experience – and very intensive.”Tonight’s Summer Spotlight Showcase will be the culmination of a week of intensive theater training and Moree said it will be a proud performance by a group of very fine young theater students. 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We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Summer spotlight performance tonight Published 7:47 pm Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Skip Latest Stories Adena Moree, director of theater and dance at Troy University, said the high school and Troy University freshmen theater students have been involved in classroom studies and rehearsals for tonight’s Showcase.“We have studied all aspects of the theater, including script analysis, musical theater and acting,” she said.“One of tonight’s stage events was developed by the group from poetry.”A highlight of the Showcase performance will be “Faade” from the musical Jekyll and Hyde. “We’re running on about four hours of sleep,” said Savannah Renfrow, from Prattville. “Our director Roy Hudson is fantastic, but we are required to do so much. We don’t have time to catch our breath. The performance camp is ‘intensive.’”The Summer Spotlight Performance Intensive Camp opened on Sunday and the 38 participants were fast out of the gate and off to the races.Tonight, all they have learned during this week of intensive theater training will be under the spotlight as they present the Summer Spotlight Showcase at 7 p.m. at the Trojan Center Theater on the campus of Troy University. The Showcase performance is free and open to the public. Print Article By Jaine Treadwell The word of the week at the Summer Spotlight camp at Troy University is “intensive.”According to Mr. Webster, “intensive” means using or requiring large amounts of a specified thing.Ask the participants in the Summer Spotlight Performance Intensive Camp and they will say, to a man and woman, that the “ specified thing” is “everything” – energy, creativity, time, will power, homework – “everything.” By The Penny Hoarderlast_img read more

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Premier League restarts as players take knee in racism protest

first_img Loading… “In the first Premier League fixture of Project Restart both clubs hope that the act of ‘taking a knee’ will send a strong message of unity and amplify the many messages of support from Premier League players and the wider football family,” the clubs said in a statement. Manchester City and Arsenal players also took a knee before kick-off at the Etihad. An apparent goalline technology mistake denied Sheffield United a goal against Aston Villa The Premier League resumed on Wednesday after a three-month hiatus, with players taking the knee at the start of a goalless draw between Aston Villa and Sheffield United overshadowed by a goalline controversy. Players, staff and officials took a knee before the restart of the Premier League to protest racial injustice Coronavirus restrictions mean the 92 games remaining after the 100-day shutdown are being crammed into less than six weeks. Defeat for Manchester City, who kicked off against Arsenal later on Wednesday, would leave Liverpool on the brink of their first English top-flight title for 30 years. But Villa and Sheffield took centre stage to relaunch the English top-flight. In front of a huge global audience, players and staff protested racial injustice for about 10 seconds in solidarity with worldwide protests following the death of American George Floyd while in police custody. Read Also: Ronaldo fails to lift Juve as Napoli claim Coppa Italia All players will wear Black Lives Matter (BLM) on the back of their shirts where names are normally printed for the first 12 matches of the restart. A BLM logo will feature on shirts for the remainder of the season along with a badge thanking Britain’s health workers for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Road to Mecca Basketball Championship bounces off today

first_imgTHE Fourth Edition of the Road to Mecca Basketball championship, organised by the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF), will bounce off today with three matches at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.The tournament is being sponsored by Banks DIH Limited under the Coca-Cola Brand.The sponsorship cheque and trophies were presented during a simple ceremony at Thirst Park yesterday where president of GABF, Nigel Hinds, received the cheque from Shenisa Fredericks, Brand Trainee of Banks DIH Limited.Hinds thanked Banks DIH Limited and Coca-Cola for partnering with the GABF for the yearend tournament which will climax on December 24 (Christmas Eve) with the grand final.Banks DIH Limited Communications Manager Troy Peters said his company was delighted to be working closely with GABF to promote the development of basketball in Guyana. The participation clubs will be representing Upper Demerara, Berbice, East Coast Demerara, East Banks Demerara and Georgetown.Ten of Guyana’s top basketball clubs – Bounty Colts, Dyna’s Raven, Amelia’s Ward Jets, Half Mile Bulls, Rose Hall Jammers, Victory Valley Royals, Retrieve Raiders, Pacesetters, Plaisance Guardians and Kobras will be vying for top honours.Dyna’s Ravens will square off with Rose Hall Jammers in the opening encounter starting at 17:00hrs to be followed by Bounty Colts against Half Mile Bulls. The final game will bring together Victory Valley Royals versus Plaisance Guardians.Prior to the tip-off, at 15:00hrs there will be the official march past of the 10 competing teams as well as entertainment provided by singer Tiffani Bonner and cheerleaders who will be cheering the teams on, Hinds said.The tournament coordinators are Junior Hercules and Shevon Henry who were also present at the handing-over ceremony.The preliminary matches will be played on December 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10, 13 and 22. The semi-finals will be played off on December 23 and the final on December 24 with all matches at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.last_img read more

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Lakers should ‘shut down’ LeBron James for rest of season, ESPN analyst says

first_img“Hey, let’s get these younger assets back involved, let them play without LeBron and showcase themselves, so you can create more assets,” Williams said. “Also, hey, Luke Walton, you’re going to be the next coach of UCLA, let’s start looking forward to who our next head coach is going to be and start really paying attention to who we’re going to trade for in the offseason. “Magic Johnson needs to shut LeBron James down,” Williams said. “He needs to take it away from LeBron, because LeBron’s pride will want him to play. LeBron is the ultimate competitor, and he will want to compete for an eight [playoff] spot. But if you’re thinking about long-term return on investment for LeBron James, who is 34 years old, you have to be able to compartmentalize that if you’re Magic Johnson, and say, ‘OK, LeBron, sit down, I don’t need you to get injured … sit down, get healthy.'”The NBA would certainly frown on that, given the league’s recent directive to the Pelicans that they must play disgruntled star Anthony Davis rather than sit him. But might the Lakers take a similar stance with James, and play him extremely limited minutes the rest of the way? Williams said sitting James would allow the team to show off its younger players and boost their trade value. And as far as coach Luke Walton … well, Williams, like many others, expects he’s on the way out. Related News The reeling Lakers have lost four of five and are now an extreme long shot to make the NBA playoffs. Is it time to do the once unthinkable and sit LeBron James?ESPN analyst Jay Williams thinks so. The former college star and NBA player said Monday morning on the network’s “Get Up!” program that the Lakers should “shut down” LeBron James for the final 19 games. Snoop Dogg rips Lakers, offers his box seats for $5 in expletive-filled videocenter_img Lakers’ loss to Suns causes playoff odds to plummet “[ESPN’s] BPI Index gives them a 1.1 percent chance to make the playoffs. Why are you fighting for that? Let it go. Focus on next year.”Williams, a former star at Duke, was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft. He played one season for the Bulls before a serious motorcycle crash ended his career.New video by ESPN: Lakers/Magic Johnson need to shut LeBron down – Jay Williams | Get Up! https://t.co/RY2gccrGjS— WillMore Sports (@WillMoreSports) March 4, 2019last_img read more

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