Tony Host James Corden & More Get the Vogue Treatment

first_imgLeslie Odom Jr., Lin-Manuel Miranda & Joan SmallsSmalls wears an Erdem cape and dress(Photo: Mikael Jansson/Vogue) The Schuyler Sisters aren’t the only Great White Way show-stoppers that know how to werk. Hamilton title star, mastermind, Tony nominee, Pulitzer Prize winner and Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda, along with BACA Fave Onstage Pair partner Leslie Odom Jr. and a slew of other Broadway stars have received the wave from Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour’s wand. This season’s robust roster of talent is currently slaying in the glossy pages of the iconic fashion magazine’s June issue. From a high fashion duel in front of the NYC skyline to model Joan Smalls riding shotgun with Tony host James Corden (see below), the issue is currently on stands to get you hyped up for the glamour of Broadway’s biggest night on June 12. So, who will Wintour play fairy godmother to at this year’s Great White Way ball? One thing’s for sure: all of Broadway’s best clean up real nice. Pick up a copy of Vogue with actress Margot Robbie on the cover to see Cynthia Erivo, Sara Bareilles and more inside! Star Files Hamilton View Comments Lin-Manuel Miranda Leslie Odom Jr. Fashion Editor: Camilla NickersonPhoto: Mert Alas And Marcus Piggott/Vogue Related Shows from $149.00 Smalls wears a Saint Laurent blouse; Corden wears BurberryPhoto: Mikael Jansson/Voguelast_img read more

DEW Construction wins AGC-VT Best Builder award

first_imgDEW Construction Corp,DEW Construction Corp was among five companies awarded an Associated General Contractors of Vermont (AGC-VT) Best Builders Award for Outstanding Quality of Work and Effort at the AGC-VT Annual Meeting held at the Sheraton Hotel on December 7, 2010. DEW received recognition under the New Construction category for using Innovative Construction Technologies on the Tram Haus Lodge project at Jay Peak Resort in Jay, VT. The Tram Haus Lodge is a five ‘story, 57-suite hotel that offers a mix of studio, 1 and 2 bedroom units along with a bar and restaurant with seating for up to 180, a fitness studio and spa, coffee shop and bakery, a small retail store and a rental and repair shop. The project also includes an underground heated parking garage for hotel guests. The DEW team for the Tram Haus project included Jerry Davis, Senior Project Manager; Willis Whitaker, Superintendent; Dave Lothian, Assistant Superintendent; Karl Bahrenburg, Project Engineer; Andrew Rouille, Project Engineer; Chris Bertrand, Field Engineer and Sonya Samalis, Project Administrator. The Architect for the Project was Gardner Kilcoyne Architects out of Burlington, VT. ( Photo credit: Susan Teare Photography)Source: DEW. Burlington, VT, December 7, 2010last_img read more

How to get through uncertainty

first_imgThis is placeholder text continue reading » We’re now in the fourth quarter of 2020. As we reflect on the year, where we – and our organizations – are now is likely lightyears away from where we thought we would be in January. The coronavirus pandemic made our initial annual plans irrelevant, dramatically changed our business operations, and is continuing to alter our plans for the future.Add to that environment a fast-approaching, contentious presidential election and we’ve got a lot of uncertainty.Uncertainty weighs heavy on all of us. It’s hard to know what to do next when circumstances are changing so quickly. Axios Future writer Bryan Walsh acknowledges that people “are a future-focused species that feels happiest when we think we can plan for and shape our tomorrow. Take that away, and the result can be crippling anxiety.”To help overcome the stress of uncertainty, Walsh has a “guide” using strategic foresight, which requires us to plan for several possible futures and outcomes. I’ve previously shared a similar sentiment, encouraging fellow leaders to build “What if?” agendas that challenge assumptions, leave you prepared to handle worst-case scenarios, and encourage innovation. This post is currently collecting data…center_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

MC Mary Kom and PV Sindhu in line for top national civilian honours

first_img WE RECOMMEND LIVE TV Last Updated: 12th September, 2019 13:01 IST MC Mary Kom And PV Sindhu In Line For Top National Civilian Honours Boxer MC Mary Kom has been nominated for the prestigious Padma Vibhushan award which is India’s second-highest civilian honour after Bharat Ratna in the country 11 months ago Sachin Tendulkar from Master Blaster to Bharat Ratna, path traced 1 year ago Fit India Movement: PV Sindhu, Mary Kom urge people to join initiative 1 year ago MC Mary Kom, Simranjit win gold as Indian boxers grab nine medals in President’s Cup Written By WATCH US LIVE Karthik Nair center_img First Published: 12th September, 2019 10:22 IST COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US 11 months ago Priyanka Chopra shares stunning first poster of ‘The Sky Is Pink’ FOLLOW US In a first in Indian sports, the name of a woman athlete—six-time world champion boxer MC Mary Kom—has been recommended for the prestigious Padma Vibhushan award, the country’s second-highest civilian honour after Bharat Ratna, by the sports ministry. Mary was honoured with the Padma Bhushan in 2013 and Padma Shri in 2006. What’s even more interesting—and unprecedented— is that all nine athletes recommended by the ministry this year are women.  Badminton world champion P V Sindhu has been nominated for the Padma Bhushan. Sindhu was also recommended for the Padma Bhushan in 2017 but failed to make the list of awardees. She had got the Padma Shri in 2015. The Padma Vibhushan has been given to three male sportspersons in the past chess champ V Anand (2007), Sachin Tendulkar (2008) and mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary (posthumously in 2008). Seven women stars in line for Padma Shri.READ: South Korea seeks IOC ban on controversial Japan ‘Rising Sun’ flagList of other women sportspersonsBesides Mary Kom and PV Sindhu, the other seven women in this year’s list – all recommended for Padma Shri – are wrestler Vinesh Phogat, table tennis star Manika Batra, T20I skipper Harmanpreet Kaur, hockey captain Rani Rampal, former shooter Suma Shirur and mountaineer twin sisters, Tashi and Nungshi Malik.The recommendations have been sent to the Padma awards committee in the ministry of home affairs (MHA). It will announce the names of the selected awardees on the eve of the Republic Day celebrations – January 25, 2020. Apart from this list of nine names, some individual recommendations have also been sent to the MHA. READ: PKL season 7: Narwal, Kumar & Sehrawat top raiders this seasonMary Kom and PV Sindhu’s road to the 2020 Tokyo OlympicsMary Kom, 36, who was nominated as a member of the Rajya Sabha in April 2016 on the recommendation of the ruling BJP government, is looking to qualify for her second Olympics – the 2020 Tokyo Games – after securing a historic bronze at the 2012 London Olympics. Late last year, the Manipuri boxer had clinched the world title in 48kg category at home for the record sixth time. Rio Olympics silver medallist Sindhu recently became the first Indian to win a World Championship title, defeating Japan’s Nozomi.READ: Undertaker chokeslams Sami Zayn in middle of ring as he returns to MSGREAD: John Cena spills the beans on his famous ‘You Can’t See Me’ Taunt 1 year ago Soli Sorabjee on Arun Jaitley: Miss him dearly, was an honourable manlast_img read more