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first_img54 Below has become the hottest spot in town, featuring dozens of stage stars strutting their stuff every week. Below are some of the exciting just-announced sure-to-be amazing nights at Broadway’s top nightclub. AARON LAZAR “Look For Me In the Songs” – 4/2 at 7PM Look for him on the stage of 54 Below! The hunky Broadway star (who recently retired his Mamma Mia! spandex after a long run in the hit show and previously dazzled in The Light in the Piazza and Les Miz) makes his 54 Below debut with tunes from Broadway, Top 40 and the American Songbook. GET TICKETS  SARA GETTELFINGER “Songs to Grow On” – 3/19 at 7PM The leggy Broadway beltress who seduced John Stamos in nothing but a sheet as Carla in Nine and danced a deadpan tango as Morticia in the national tour of The Addams Family presents her act, Songs to Grow On, promising songs from bluegrass to Broadway that shaped her life. GET TICKETS HONEYMOON IN VEGAS 4/7 at 7PM After a smashing run at Paper Mill last year, this new Jason Robert Brown musical comedy is heading to Broadway soon. Before that, the cast (featuring Rob McClure, Tony Danza and Brynn O’Malley) will come together for a special concert reunion at 54 Below. This one is already a sell-out, so beg, steal or borrow to get in! GET TICKETS JULIE JAMES “The Julie James Show” – 3/27 at 9:30PM Julie James is jumping out of your car stereo and onto the stage of 54 Below! The program director of the SiriusXM On Broadway channel and host of its popular Broadway Names with Julie James talk show shows off her performer side with this fast-paced night of stories, songs and fun! GET TICKETS View Commentscenter_img JARROD SPECTOR “A Little Help From My Friends” – 3/10 at 7PM; 3/23, 24 & 31 at 9:30PM An encore run of the electrifying rock and roll set from the former Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys and current Barry Mann in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. We’ve seen this one already and the song set, honoring a century of tenor legends, has to be seen to be believed. GET TICKETS THE WILD PARTY SWINGS 4/17 at 9:30PM & 11:30PM Composer Andrew Lippa teams up with 54 Below staple Charlie Rosen’s Broadway Big Band to revisit the sexy off-Broadway hit The Wild Party. Julla Murney is back as Queenie (the one that was a blonde), with special guests like Jeremy Jordan, Lea DeLaria, Caissie Levy, Ciara Renee and Stark Sands! GET TICKETS JUDY KAYE “Sings Bernstein & Sondheim” – 3/28 & 3/29 at 8PM Exactly what it sounds like: the two-time Tony winning musical comedy icon makes her debut at 54 Below with a stirring night of songs from Steve and Lenny! Of course, she actually worked with both geniuses, so expect some great insider stories along the way! GET TICKETS MANDY GONZALEZ “Love, All Ways: A Musical Retrospective of Triumph and Hilarity” – 4/2 at 9:30PM Spend a night with the big-voiced star of In the Heights and Wicked performing a club act that Broadway.com’s Paul Wontorek called ”one of the very best” he’s seen at 54 Below. Songs from Elvis, Liza, Prince and her Broadway hits make it a night to remember. GET TICKETSlast_img read more

first_imgA new study released by Bankrate, Inc. (Nasdaq: RATE) shows that the cost of getting a mortgage has fallen nationwide, a reflection of the price shift in the housing market. Nationwide, the average origination and title fees on a $200,000 mortgage this year totaled $2,732, down from $3,118 in 2008. In the study’s geographical breakdown, Texas leads the nation at an average fee of $3,855, with New York City, Florida, San Francisco and Oregon rounding out the top five. Nevada is the least expensive area with an average fee of $2,276, replacing North Carolina at the bottom of the list. To view the complete study and analysis of the data, as well as tips on what to look for in closing costs when getting a mortgage, go to http://www.bankrate.com/finance/mortgages/state-by-state-closing-costs8-(link is external)…. “Consumers need to keep a look out for the standard fees when figuring out the true cost of their new home,” said Holden Lewis, senior reporter with Bankrate.com. “Even as the average closing costs go down across the nation, some of these surprise costs can make your new home deal more expensive than you initially thought.” For this study, Bankrate surveyed one area in 49 states, two areas in California (Los Angeles and San Francisco) and the District of Columbia. Researchers picked a ZIP code in some of the largest cities in each state and requested information on the closing costs for at $200,000 loan. They requested fees on a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage for a borrower with a 20 percent down payment and good credit to buy a single-family house. Bankrate’s survey includes lenders’ origination fees and title and settlement fees, and not taxes or prepaid items. Title and 2009 2008 State or city Origination closing Total —- —- ————- ———– ——- —– 1 2 Texas $1,566 $2,290 $3,855 2 1 New York – NYC $1,038 $2,370 $3,408 3 4 Florida $1,369 $1,999 $3,368 4 11 California – San Fran $1,264 $1,853 $3,117 5 19 Oregon $1,310 $1,750 $3,059 6 9 Alaska $1,183 $1,829 $3,012 7 8 Pennsylvania $1,137 $1,872 $3,009 8 5 Oklahoma $1,238 $1,748 $2,986 9 12 Ohio $1,222 $1,760 $2,982 10 34 Washington $1,329 $1,578 $2,906 11 41* North Dakota $1,349 $1,555 $2,904 12 24 Tennessee $1,285 $1,616 $2,901 13 6 New Mexico $1,143 $1,739 $2,882 14 13 California – Los Angeles $1,264 $1,597 $2,861 15 35 Virginia $1,312 $1,546 $2,858 16 45 Utah $1,238 $1,614 $2,852 17 31 Arkansas $1,232 $1,620 $2,852 18 21* Massachusetts $1,132 $1,689 $2,822 19 17 Michigan $1,398 $1,404 $2,802 20 15 West Virginia $1,106 $1,640 $2,746 21 20 Hawaii $1,224 $1,515 $2,739 22 38 Wisconsin $1,430 $1,304 $2,734 23 32 Louisiana $1,082 $1,637 $2,720 24 16 Connecticut $1,188 $1,512 $2,700 25 30 Mississippi $1,229 $1,459 $2,689 26 25 South Carolina $1,159 $1,528 $2,687 27 29 Idaho $1,214 $1,446 $2,660 28 7 New Jersey $931 $1,725 $2,656 29 10 Colorado $1,161 $1,494 $2,655 30 21* Alabama $1,276 $1,369 $2,645 31 43 Georgia $1,151 $1,487 $2,638 32 52 South Dakota $1,369 $1,256 $2,625 33 36 Montana $1,287 $1,324 $2,611 34 49* Wyoming $1,346 $1,256 $2,602 35 26 Delaware $1,135 $1,443 $2,579 36 41* New Hampshire $1,147 $1,428 $2,575 37 49* Iowa $1,027 $1,546 $2,574 38 40 Minnesota $1,143 $1,418 $2,561 39 27 Arizona $1,088 $1,453 $2,541 40 23 Maryland $1,095 $1,418 $2,513 41 28 District of Columbia $1,117 $1,384 $2,502 42 39 Rhode Island $954 $1,542 $2,495 43 48 Illinois $1,279 $1,207 $2,486 44 14 Kentucky $1,071 $1,401 $2,472 45 44 Nebraska $1,167 $1,286 $2,453 46 56 North Carolina $1,155 $1,276 $2,431 47 54 Missouri $1,186 $1,243 $2,429 48 47 Vermont $1,040 $1,386 $2,426 49 53 Maine $1,097 $1,322 $2,419 50 46 Indiana $1,145 $1,272 $2,417 51 55 Kansas $1,019 $1,341 $2,361 52 33 Nevada $946 $1,331 $2,276 *tiedAbout Bankrate, Inc.The Bankrate network of companies includes Bankrate.com, Interest.com,Mortgage-calc.com, Nationwide Card Services, Savingforcollege.com, FeeDisclosure, InsureMeCreditCardGuide.com and Bankaholic. Each of thesebusinesses helps consumers to make informed decisions about their personalfinance matters. The company’s flagship brand, Bankrate.com is a destinationsite of personal finance channels, including banking, investing, taxes, debtmanagement and college finance. Bankrate.com is the leading aggregator ofrates and other information on more than 300 financial products, includingmortgages, credit cards, new and used auto loans, money market accounts andCDs, checking and ATM fees, home equity loans and online banking fees.Bankrate.com reviews more than 4,800 financial institutions in 575 markets in50 states. In 2008, Bankrate.com had nearly 72 million unique visitors.Bankrate.com provides financial applications and information to a network ofmore than 75 partners, including Yahoo! (Nasdaq: YHOO), America Online (NYSE:TWX), The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times (NYSE: NYT).Bankrate.com’s information is also distributed through more than 500newspapers.For more information contact:Chris SpagnuoloPublic Relations [email protected](link sends e-mail)(917) 368-8671www.bankrate.com(link is external)SOURCE Bankrate, Inc. NEW YORK, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ —last_img read more

first_img Sharing is caring! 28 Views   one comment LocalNews Court sets aside Skerrit and St. Jean’s subpoenas by: – September 7, 2011 Share Sharecenter_img Share Tweet Justice Gertel Thom has ruled that the subpoenas filed by the Petitioners in the dual citizenship case of Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and Petter St. Jean be set aside and struck out.The legal team of the United Workers Party filed two subpoenas last week ordering Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and Minister for Education Petter St. Jean to take the stand as witnesses for the Petitioners and give evidence.Justice Thom also ruled that the thirteen Witness Statements filed on August 31st in breach of the Court’s Order be admitted, that paragraph nine of Ronald Green’s Witness Statement be set aside other than the first sentence and that the Witness Statements of the Petitioners which contains matters that were not pleaded are admissible.After the ruling and orders were made, Senior Counsel Douglas Mendes called his first witness to the stand, Leader of the United Workers Party Mr. Ronald Green who confirmed that he held American citizenship during his term in office.Leader of the United Workers Party, Hon. Ronald GreenMr Green confirmed to the Court that he was once held American citizenship which he obtained through his mother in 1957 as a child when he was seventeen years old.He further testified that he renounced his citizenship prior to the general elections in 2009.Mr. Green explained that he first inquired at the United States Embassy before Nominations Day in 2009 and then formally applied on the 11th of December, 2009.It was Mr. Green’s evidence that although he applied on the 11th of December, 2009 and that the renunciation was confirmed some months later, it took effect as of 1th December, 2009.Mr. Green also confirmed that he held dual citizenship while sitting in Parliament in 1995, 2000 and 2005 general elections, and that the issue of his dual citizenship arose in 1995 when a Member of Parliament at that time, Former Chief Justice Sir Brian Alleyne questioned it.He further explained that this issue was resolved as he did not receive dual citizenship by his own hand.Dominica Labour Party Supporters outside the Court cheering and chantingHowever, when asked by his attorney Mr Mendes why he renounced his citizenship in 2009, he replied that a case in Jamaica came up which changed the picture and as a precautionary measure he renounced his citizenship.Several supporters of the Dominica Labour Party were outside of the Court cheering, waving party t-shirts and chanting the party’s song “we shall not be moved.”Court has been adjourned until nine o’clock tomorrow morning when Mr Green will be cross-examined by the legal team of the Defendants.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more