Top 10! Frozen & Bradley Cooper on Broadway and Idina’s Backstage Visit Lead the Week’s Most-Read Stories

first_img 8. FEATURE: Weekend Poll: Which Hollywood Besties Would You Love to See on Broadway Together? Stage fans flocked to Broadway.com’s news coverage this week, getting excited about Disney’s announcement that Frozen may be headed to the Great White Way, Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper’s Broadway return and lots more. If you missed anything, click on the links below for the 10 most-read stories from January 10 through January 16: 4. NEWS: Billy Porter, Jonathan Groff, Jinkx Monsoon and More Top Out’s 100 Most Eligible Bachelors List 7. WATCH IT: The Lost Patti LuPone Musical! Watch the Tony Winner as a Lovelorn Laundromat Ghost in Love Cycle: A Soap Operetta 9. NEWS: Lena Hall to Star as Yitzhak in Broadway’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch; Neil Patrick Harris Extends His Run 2. NEWS: Bradley Cooper Will Take a Break From Being the Hottest Guy in Hollywood to Be The Elephant Man on Broadway 6. WATCH IT: Amy Adams Takes on Idina! Watch the Golden Globe Winner Belt Out “Defying Gravity”center_img 5. NEWS: Tony Winner Christian Borle & More Join Emma Thompson in New York Philharmonic’s Sweeney Todd 3. PHOTO: If/Then and Frozen’s Idina Menzel Roars Into The Lion King 1. NEWS: Dreams Do Come True! Disney Confirms Broadway Plans For Hit Movie Frozen 10. NEWS: Darren Criss on Glee’s Move to NYC, Being a “Nerdy Rock Musician” and Wanting to Return to the Stage View Commentslast_img read more

Restoration complete to all VEC members

first_img‘By far this is the worst storm that we’ve ever seen,’ said Dave Hallquist, Chief Executive Officer. ‘At the height of storm there were verified reports of wind gusts of up to 94 mph in some parts of VEC’s service territory which resulted in power outages to more than one-third of our member-owners.’Several utility poles were felled along this stretch of Oak Hill Road in Williston. A crew from New Hampshire fixes this one. Photo: Vermont Business Magazine.Restoration outlooks began to look dismal by late Friday afternoon as damage assessments for some of the hardest hit areas came in. Numerous downed trees and power lines and over 80 broken poles in VEC’s system hindered restoration efforts. The further crews progressed the more apparent it was that they were not just repairing damage – they were actually rebuilding parts of the Co-op’s system. By temporarily adding approximately 300 trained line worker and tree removal personnel, VEC’s restoration was successfully completed within five days.‘It is currently estimated that storm restoration costs will reach $2 million,’ added Hallquist. ‘There is no doubt in my mind that this storm will go down as one of the most extensive and costly power outages in VEC’s history.’VEC crews with assistance from Burlington Electric Department, Central Vermont Public Service, Green Mountain Power, New Hampshire Electric Coop, Stowe Electric, the Village of Johnson, Bemis Construction, Charles Curtis LLC, Energized Line and numerous tree crews, worked around the clock for five days restoring power to Co-op members. Some members had been in the dark since the onset of the storm early Wednesday morning, December 1st. In addition, support staff worked continuously to provide 24 hour communication support to members including regular website and Facebook updates.‘Even though power is fully restored to all VEC members, clean-up work for VEC crews is far from done,’ said Jeffrey Wright, Chief Operating Officer. ‘This week crews will continue to replace broken poles that were temporarily repaired, re-assess damage to right-of-ways, respond to partial power issues and repair low hanging services to members’ homes. All of us at VEC appreciate the demonstrated patience of our members during this difficult restoration process,’ added Wright. Vermont Electric Cooperative, Inc,After five days of round the clock work, crews restored power to the last VEC member at approximately 10:30 pm Sunday night. Strong winds that pounded Vermont on Wednesday resulted in extensive damage to VEC’s system, which executives there called the worst in the company’s history, which will cost it about $2 million. At the height of the storm VEC had approximately 12,500 members without power, this equates to one-third of its member’owners. ‘In the midst of the storm we had no idea how severe the damage was,’ Wright said. ‘The further into the restoration process we got, the more we realized the magnitude of devastation to our system which was best illustrated by the abundant number of broken utility poles we had. In some of the hardest hit areas we were actually rebuilding our system rather than repairing it.’Utility crews and support staff have been working between 16 and 18 hour shifts around the clock to restore power and answer member calls. At daybreak on Sunday, VEC had a total of 60 line crews and 80 tree crews available to make the final push to get power restored to VEC members in the hardest hit areas of Williston, Hinesburg and Underhill.Preliminary reports had more than 35,000 Vermont customers losing power as VEC, Central Vermont Public Service and Green Mountain Power scrambled to restore service after hurricane force winds swept in from the east, causing significant damage in parts of Chittenden, Franklin and Lamoille counties.last_img read more

Google Chrome Will Get New Feature to Stop JavaScript Based ‘Tab-Napping’ Attacks: Report

first_img– Advertisement – – Advertisement – Google Chrome is getting a new feature that improves security for pages that open in a new tab, says a report. The vulnerability Google is fixing, is a kind of ‘tab-napping’ where a page would be opened in legitimate tab, and your original page would be redirected. The new page would open a legitimate page, but the page you left would still be accessible and would redirect to a malicious page that could harm your computer or be used to phish you for passwords or payment information.A report by Bleeping Computer states that to prevent ‘tab-napping’, a new attribute called rel=”noopener” has been created that stops the newly opened tab from using JavaScript, preventing it from further redirecting user to a different URL.- Advertisement – Last week, Eric Lawrence brought this feature to Chromium which means that it will be added to Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Brave, and other Chromium-based browsers.Which is the best TV under Rs. 25,000? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. As per the report, a note by Microsoft Edge developer Eric Lawrence states, “To mitigate ‘tab-napping’ attacks, in which a new tab/ window opened by a victim context may navigate that opener context, the HTML standard changed to specify that anchors that target_blank should behave as if |rel=”noopener”| is set. A page wishing to opt out of this behavior may set |rel=”opener”|.”The report adds that this feature has been added to Chrome Canary — Chrome’s experimental model primarily for developers — and will make its way to the stable public version by January next year.Back in 2018, Apple and Mozilla made some changes to Safari and Firefox to make links more secure, according to the report. It added a function that automatically added the ‘noopener’ attribute to links that had target=”_blank” in them. Here, the browser automatically secured the URLs that don’t have ‘noopener’ attribute in them.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Mexico reports record daily spike in virus cases

first_imgMexico has the fourth-highest number of deaths in the world, after the United States, Brazil and the United Kingdom.It can take several days to record new cases and deaths, meaning there are some days when the official results lag behind the actual numbers.As of the cutoff on Wednesday evening, the death and infection rates per million Mexican residents were 319.47 and 2,809.79 respectively, according to an AFP tally.”When COVID-19 came, it became even more complicated because it revealed the country’s deteriorated health,” said Hugo Lopez Gatell, the deputy health minister in charge of the fight against the pandemic.According to Thursday’s report, 43 percent of the people who died also suffered from hypertension, 38 percent from diabetes and 25 percent from obesity.The Mexican government on June 1 began easing lockdown restrictions in several areas of the country.Topics : Mexico on Thursday posted 8,438 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours, a daily record, and an additional 718 deaths, data from the health ministry showed.According to the ministry’s daily update, the Latin American country has recorded 370,712 cases of COVID-19 and 41,908 deaths since its first case was reported in late February.The previous record for cases added in one day was 7,615 on July 18.last_img read more

Kabaddi: Bengal Warriors edge out U Mumba 29-26 in a nail-biter

first_imgLast Updated: 12th September, 2019 16:38 IST Kabaddi: Bengal Warriors Edge Out U Mumba 29-26 In A Nail-biter Bengal Warriors beat U Mumba 29-26 in the Pro Kabaddi League 2019, in what turned out to be a thriller of a match. Read on for the highlights from the match Arjun Deshwal was shining throughout of the match from the U Mumba’s squad. He kick-started the match with a super raid of 3 points i.e. bonus + touchpoint. Next, it was Maninder Singh, Captain for Bengal Warriors who went for a raid. Guess what? He reciprocated to Arjun’s super raid in a similar manner and earned first 4 points for his team. Once again Arjun Deshwal replicated his super raid stint, up until the end of the 1st half of the match It was 16-13 for Bengal Warriors and U Mumba respectively by half time. With a total of 3 super raids within the first half of the match. In the second half, Bengal Warriors were truly owning the match. They were in the lead ever since the start of the second half. DefenderJeeva Kumar tackled Arjun Deshwal beautifully in his ‘do or die’ raid. Sukesh Hegde was put down by Fazel, and U Mumba got a point. Lastly, a Super Tackle resulted in Arjun Deshwal’s exit, resulting in Bengal Warriors winning the match by 2 points.  Bengal Warriors tasted sweet victory with a total of 29 points. Aishwarya Rai Read: Virat Kohli Picks These 7 Cricketers For Kabaddi Team Including M S Dhoni, Reckons They Will Do Well If SelectedRead: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Cheer For Jaipur Pink Panthers. Abhishek Bachchan Calls Her ‘Lucky Charm’ The ongoing seventh season of the Pro Kabaddi League is in its eighth week now. On 11 September, the 85th match of the season was held between Bengal Warriors and U Mumba at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indoor Stadium in Kolkata. It was the home ground for Bengal Warriors, who managed to defeat U Mumba with 29-26 on the scoreboard.Read: PKL Season 7: Narwal, Kumar & Sehrawat, Top Raiders This SeasonBengal Warriors edge out U MumbaIt was indeed a  nail-biting experience for the audience as both the teams had put their best foot forward. Bengal Warriors are on the second position on the points table with 53 points out of 15 matches. Whereas, after losing to Bengal Warriors, U Mumba is sitting a little lower in the rankings chart at no 5 with 43 points. Bengal Warriors have defeated U Mumba for the second time in the same season. Earlier Bengal won with a score of 32-30 against U Mumba.Read: National Sports Awards: Deepa Malik To Jadeja, Full List Of WinnersMajor Highlights of the Match WE RECOMMEND First Published: 12th September, 2019 11:36 IST 1 year ago Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s must-see cheer for Jaipur Pink Panthers has Abhishek Bachchan chuffed, he calls her ‘lucky charm’ LIVE TV 1 year ago Virat Kohli’s dance move gets a hilarious response from AB de Villiers, Harbhajan Singh joins in the funcenter_img Written By 1 year ago National Sports Awards: Deepa Malik to Jadeja, full list of winners SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE 1 year ago Virat Kohli picks these 7 cricketers for Kabaddi team including M S Dhoni, reckons they will do well if selected FOLLOW US 1 year ago Amazon Quiz For The Apple Watch: Check Out Correct Answers For 9 April To Check If You Have Won The Wearable COMMENTlast_img read more