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first_img from $149.00 View Comments The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.Raise a glass to freedom! Fourth of July weekend is upon us, and because of the Tony-winning Broadway phenomenon Hamilton, red, white and blue bathing suits, beach towels, fireworks, burgers and dogs are not the only reasons to be excited about the holiday. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s gargantuan smash hit has made fans excited about United States history, and this year, we celebrate 240 years of our young, scrappy and hungry nation running nonstop. So which Ham jam will you be blasting at your barbecue? Broadway.com Cinematographer Alex Goyco kicked off the challenge with his top 10. Now it’s your turn. Happy Fourth!STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites.STEP 2—RANK & PUBLISH: Click “rearrange list” to order your selections. Click the “publish” button.Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list.Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results next week on Broadway.com! (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)center_img Hamilton Related Showslast_img read more

first_img Sunday’s 3-1 win against Sunderland at Stamford Bridge brought the season to a fitting end for the west Londoners and one of their favourite sons. Ahead of the match, Drogba announced it would be his final game as a Chelsea player after two spells totalling nine years. Press Association Didier Drogba has left “big shoes to fill” at Chelsea but Gary Cahill has backed Diego Costa to replicate the outgoing striker’s influence. It has been an emotional goodbye and a move borne out of the Ivorian’s desire to give youth a chance, with centre-back Cahill confident they have just the man to replace him in Costa. The 26-year-old’s first season at Stamford Bridge has been injury-disrupted, but his 21-goal haul has highlighted what a fine striker they have on their hands. “I know it’s the second time Didier’s been here but obviously it’s sad that he’s played his last game for the club,” Cahill said, referring to Drogba’s previous exit after scoring the winning penalty in the 2012 Champions League final. “He said a few words before we left the hotel, it was only brief but it was good. “I’m sure one day we’ll see him back at the club. I don’t think he’s gone forever but probably from a playing point of view that was his last game. “They’re big shoes to fill but Diego couldn’t have started his Chelsea career any better. “He’s had a couple of injuries but nevertheless his goalscoring ratio has been phenomenal. “He’ll be a big player here and with Diego in the team you’re a far better side.” Costa will no doubt have an integral role to play if Chelsea are to retain the title next season. Jose Mourinho’s men comfortably won the championship, but the Blues manager has already hammered home the difficulties they face next season. “He’s told us it will be a lot harder to win it next season, he’s drilling that into us and as players that’s a good thing,” Cahill told the club’s official website, www.chelseafc.com. “It’s important for us to take his advice as someone who’s been there and done it and no doubt it will be tough because teams always want to beat you when you’re champions, like Man City have found this season. “You don’t need to be told it’s hard. I know how hard it’s been this season, even though we’ve been at the top all the way through. “I’m sure other teams will strengthen in the summer and that will make it even harder for us.” last_img read more

first_img“You have to bring your best players to the World Cup. It is not a competition you attend with just any player,” the coach reasoned.With interest being shown by many players eligible to play for Nigeria and positive discussions with some Nigerian players in the NBA, G-league and across Europe, selecting the best will be a priority task for the coaching crew.“There will be a try out. We have to go through our list, see each position and see who is going to be best for each position. There are so many young players in the US and the NBA that we want to integrate into the system.”He promised that every quality player will be given a fair chance to fight for a shirt during the camping exercise expected to start soon.“Being in those camps, we will re-assess those players who played the different windows and that will give us a good chance to see those new players that we will be taking to the World Cup and hopefully those we will use in the future.”According to the tournament schedule released by Federation of International Basketball Associations (FIBA) on Monday, D’Tigers will start their campaign against Russia on Saturday, August 31 before taking on Argentina on September 2 in Wuhan.Their final group game will be against South Korea on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Nigeria’s senior men’s basketball team Head Coach, Alex Nwora has insisted that only Nigeria’s best players will be selected in D’Tigers’ squad to the 2019 FIBA World Cup for men.Nwora’s announcement followed weekend’s draw that pitted Nigeria against Russia, Argentina and South Korea in Group B. He said that the World Cup is only deserving of the best materials that the country can boast of.The coach who led Nigeria to becoming the first country in the world to qualify for the World Cup scheduled to be hosted in China said it’s time to go back to the drawing board after the euphoria of qualification. D’Tigers Head Coach, Alex Nwora last_img read more

first_imgThe Ministry of Lands, Mines, Energy and Natural Resources Deputy Minister for Administration-designate, has assured a Senate confirmation hearing that as a public servant his patriotism remains unquestionable, while his loyalty and commitment to country are unflinching and surpass everything.Mr. Jenkins Okika Atuanya told the Senate Committee on Lands, Mines, Energy and Natural Resources, that character and credibility play significant roles in setting the gauge to qualify a person for a high profile job like the one he has been nominated to occupy.Believing that perfection is not common to humans, except Jesus Christ, Mr. Atuanya said it is important to add “some moral values to whatever we do in the public sector and this is where the issue of integrity comes into play.” “Practically, for me, integrity is what you do when you are in your closet or your darkest corner, or locked behind your office door and no one is watching you. My inspiration of the years of service has been to serve my country and I do this with a great deal of respect and love for country, not engaging in unscrupulous acts,” declared Atuanya, who has served the ministry since 2012 as Assistant Minister for Administration and Comptroller. Atuanya promised that if confirmed, he will keep track of all ongoing activities, especially the priority of bringing reliable and affordable electricity “to our people and re-strengthening the mining sector in the wake of the shock.” He admitted that the mining sector lacks sufficient manpower, especially in the area of supervisors and inspectors.To the dismay of committee members, Mr. Atuanya disclosed that the shortage of inspectors is such that the ministry is constrained to use non-employees to serve as mining inspectors, who in turn pay themselves from what is realized from their field jobs. Before his nomination, Atuanya served in the positions of Comptroller, Project Director, Executive Assistant, and Director for Administration and Finance, and currently Assistant Minister for Administration.Also appearing before the Albert T. Chie-chaired Committee in the Conference Room of the Pro Tempore Armah Jallah last week, was Henry Sambola, who, as Assistant Minister for Administration-designate, is nominated to replace Atuanya.Confirmation reports for both nominees are expected on the agenda for today’s sitting of the Senate. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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