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Odds & Ends: Set Your DVRs (and Netflix Queues) for Kendrick, Monk and Shepard

first_imgHere’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed. Mary-Louise Parker and Debra Monk Reunite in Feed Me There’s a Little Shop joke here somewhere. Tony and Emmy winner Debra Monk will star opposite Tony winner Mary-Louise Parker in the NBC comedy pilot Feed Me. Deadline reports that the series is about a dysfunctional family bound by love and the restaurant they run together. These two can’t seem to get away from each other—the duo appeared on stage in the Broadway productions of Reckless and Prelude to a Kiss. What’s next? Mame? Side Show? Sam Shepard joins Norbert Leo Butz in Netflix Drama Playwright and actor Sam Shepard will soon join the list of Broadway faces making it big on Netflix. Vulture.com writes that Shepard will join the previously announced Norbert Leo Butz in a new psychological thriller drama. The untitled series revolves around four adult siblings whose scars are revealed when their estranged brother returns home. Shepard is of course no stranger to family drama after playing Beverly Weston in the film adaptation of August: Osage County. Live From New York, It’s Anna Kendrick Tony nominee Anna Kendrick will make her Saturday Night Live hosting debut next month. According to The Hollywood Reporter the Pitch Perfect star will appear on the show April 5 alongside musical guest Pharrell. We just know that Kendrick will show us once again that she can not only make us laugh, but also sing her face off. View Commentslast_img read more

First Lady Frances Wolf Joins Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs to Honor Pennsylvanians

first_img Asian Pacific American Affairs,  First Lady Frances Wolf,  Governor’s Residence,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – First Lady Frances Wolf today joined Governor Tom Wolf’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (GACAPAA) to host the first annual Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Recognition Ceremony to celebrate the beginning of AAPI Heritage Month. 31 Asian Americans from across the commonwealth were recognized at the Governor’s Residence for their outstanding contributions and dedicated service to the AAPI community and Pennsylvania.“Those being honored today have made incredible contributions to their respective communities – and to the commonwealth. Many of them have also overcome significant challenges along the way,” said First Lady Frances Wolf. “That is exactly why Tom and I, along with the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, are welcoming them to the Governor’s Residence today in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. It is important for us to pause and recognize the profound contributions each of these individuals has made to Pennsylvania.”“According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the AAPI communities in Pennsylvania saw an 18.3 percent increase between 2010 and 2015, compared to an increase of only 1.3 percent for the total population in the commonwealth,” said Commission Chair Bibhuti Aryal. “This community is rapidly growing, and the 31 individuals being honored today are a great representation of the more than 400,000 AAPIs currently in Pennsylvania.“On behalf of the GACAPAA, we are honored to join First Lady Frances Wolf to recognize these 31 individuals for their outstanding contributions to the AAPI communities across Pennsylvania. These individuals deserve recognition, and we are honored to share their unique stories and accomplishments.”View Governor Wolf’s proclamation commemorating May 2018 as AAPI Heritage Month.05.01.18 – GACAPAA by Governor Tom Wolf on Scribd First Lady Frances Wolf Joins Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs to Honor Pennsylvanians May 01, 2018center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Lonzo Ball reacts to being traded from Lakers to Pelicans

first_imgBall was originally selected by the Lakers out of UCLA with the No. 2 pick in the 2017 draft.Hart also addressed the deal in a social media post one day earlier.”I want to thank the Laker organization, Jeanie Buss & Magic Johnson for taking a chance on me & believing in me,” Hart wrote. “To my teammates thank you for teaching me how to play & grow in this league. To the fans….THANK YOU! Thank you for embracing me and for supporting me through all the ups and downs! One of the best fan bases in the league. It was a dream come true to wear the purple and gold! It’s always love on this side but now N.O ‘Let’s dance.'” …through all the ups and downs! One of the best fan bases in the league. It was a dream come true to wear the purple and gold! It’s always love on this side 💜💛 but now N.O. “Let’s dance”— Josh Hart (@joshhart) June 22, 2019The Pelicans underwent a major roster overhaul this month. In addition to the Davis deal, they selected Zion Williamson with the top pick in the 2019 draft.They also added Jaxson Hayes, Nickeil Alexander-Walker and Marcos Louzada Silva in the draft, as well. Lakers rumors: Los Angeles didn’t make having cap space for third star a priority in Anthony Davis trade Three things the Lakers need to be successful in 2019-20 Lonzo Ball has weighed in on being traded.The 21-year-old guard ⁠— along with Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first-round picks — was sent from the Lakers to the Pelicans earlier this month in exchange for Anthony Davis. Ball discussed the deal in a video shared on social media. “You probably heard the news, it’s good news in my opinion,” Ball said in the video. “(Younger brother) ’Melo had a game today, he did good. … I got traded, that was good. And yeah, now we’re going to be taking the show to New Orleans and turning up out there. So, until next time, ciao.”Lonzo Ball is happy he was traded. pic.twitter.com/uNX5YelRJJ— The Render (@TheRenderNBA) June 24, 2019Ball struggled with an ankle injury and was limited to just 47 games last season. He averaged 9.9 points and 5.4 assists while shooting 32.9% from 3-point range. Related News D’Angelo Russell free agency rumors: Guard ‘may be open to’ returning to Lakerslast_img read more

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