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Rogers City Theatre’s ‘Shrek The Musical’ Brings Far Far Away to Life

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisRogers City- Singing and dancing fill the stage over at Rogers City Theater as the cast and crew prepare to pull off one of the most lively musicals to hit the stage.“Shrek The Musical” is based off the film, Shrek, which follows the story of an Ogre and Donkey through the mythical land of Far Far Away. The biggest difference between the movie and the musical is the styles of music, encompassing a wide spectrum of  styles and rhythms.Rogers City Theater has not had a true back-to-back sellout since 2004 which was a high school performance of Annie. Actor William Burrel-Reece is excited for his performance and ready to be back on the stage.“We’re going to show you a lot of things that haven’t come out of this theatre in a long time,” said Burrel-Reece who will be a jack of all trades in the show.The show takes the stage March 9-11 & 16-18. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30pm with Sunday matinees at 2:00pm. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6. You can purchase them at the door.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Ella White Ensures Teachers and Students are safe after yesterday’s scareNext Alpena County Sheriff’s Office sets the standards for school safetylast_img read more

Angels acquire second baseman Ian Kinsler from the Tigers

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first_imgLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Billy Eppler is clearly a believer in the importance of defense up the middle.The Angels’ general manager added a third Gold Glove-winner to the heart of the defense, acquiring second baseman Ian Kinsler from the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night in exchange for minor leaguers Troy Montgomery and Wilkel Hernandez.Kinsler will join shortstop Andrelton Simmons and catcher Martin Maldonado — both Gold Glove winners in 2017 — in front of center fielder Mike Trout. Eppler has traded for Simmons, Maldonado and Kinsler in his two-plus years with the Angels.“I like defense,” Eppler said with a smile, speaking just before midnight local time in the hotel suite he had barely left in the first three days of the winter meetings. “I like scoring runs and preventing runs. I’m excited to watch these guys play.” Even though Kinsler is 35, evaluators believe his defense is still above average. He won the Gold Glove in 2015.Offensively, he has slipped from the form that helped him to four All-Star appearances. Last season he hit .236 with a .313 on-base percentage, but he still hit 22 homers. Kinsler is a career .273 hitter with a .342 on-base percentage. Although he last made an All-Star team in 2014, in 2016 he hit .288 with 28 homers.“The people that we task with evaluating those things, both on-field evaluations and the metric-based evaluations gave us some optimism that he’s better than that (2017) line,” Eppler said. “He knows that and we believe in him as a player.”Kinsler is signed for one more season at $11 million. Kinsler, who had the Angels among the 10 teams to which he could block a trade, approved the deal after talking to Eppler on the phone.Eppler said he’d consulted former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus, now an Angels special assistant, and Justin Upton, Kinsler’s former teammate in Detroit, before the deal. Eppler said he got the full endorsement of both. “He’s a pretty complete baseball player,” Eppler said. “He hits for average, has selectivity, impacts the baseball. Outstanding defense. Runs the bases well. Phenomenal in the clubhouse. A great teammate from everything I’ve heard about him.”Although Kinsler is a one-year fix, he appears likely to be the best second baseman the Angels have had since trading Howie Kendrick after the 2014 season.In 2015 and 2016, Johnny Giavotella played most of the games at second, providing adequate offense but below average defense. Last year, the Angels played half the season with Danny Espinosa at second, and he was just the opposite. After they released Espinosa, they filled with a combination of Kaleb Cowart and Brandon Phillips.Their performance left little doubt that that the Angels would need to go outside the organization to get a second baseman. While the best multi-year fit may have been the Philadelphia Phillies’ Cesar Hernandez, who is 27 and under control for three more years, the prospect cost for him would have been much higher than what the Angels gave up for Kinsler.Montgomery, 23, was the Angels’ 20th-ranked prospect, according to MLB.com. He was their eighth-round pick in 2016, reaching as high as Double-A in his first pro season. He has a career .279 average with a .368 on-base percentage.Hernandez, 18, has posted a 2.28 ERA in his first two seasons, both at short-season rookie leagues. He was ranked 24th by MLB.com.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

Founding Assembly of Association ‘Minibasket’ Held

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first_imgThe family of the B&H Basketball Association has a new member. On Tuesday, 10 December 2013 in Sarajevo, the inaugural assembly of the Association ‘Minibasket’ was held with the participation of members of the Assembly from all over B&H.The aim of the Association is to include as many children in sport, and the development of basketball among children, and this will be done through a number of events that will be organized in the next period in our country.On this occasion, members of the Assembly selected the administrative bodies of the Association, Board of Directors, Supervisory Board and the President of the Association and Assembly. For the first president of the Association ‘Minibasket’ of B&H, Ozren Selesković was chosen, who is also one of the initiators of this idea, along with a group of B&H basketball coaches.In the first days of spring, the organization of the first Minibasket Festival is expected, which will have an international character.As a newly-established Association, it is also a member of KS B&H and will submit an application soon for membership to the European and World Organization of Minibasket.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more