Suffolk County Says Farewell to Commissioner Jordan

More than 250 local first responders, Suffolk County elected officials, government employees and friends said farewell to Commissioner John G. Jordan, Sr., earlier this month after 14 years of service with the Suffolk County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services (FRES). Prior to serving as FRES Commissioner, Commissioner Jordan...
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Farewell to Jack Dorsey, the only tech bro weirder than Elon Musk

Silicon Valley just got a little less awkward. Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s nose-ring-sporting chief executive, announced his resignation from the social network he co-founded 15 years ago. More than a radical change for his company, it marked the end of his tenure as the strangest man to run any major US tech firm.

This Is Us Season 6 Trailer Takes You on a Heartbreaking Ride

Yes, it’s ending and double yes, the final season is gonna leave you in splits. This is Us Season 6 Trailer is here and believe me when I say this, it’s as heartbreaking as you would want it to be. Let me break it out to you just in case...

Farewell, my lovely jumpsuit

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Demon Slayer episode 7 recap and review: Farewell, our Flame Hashira!

The conclusion of Demon Slayer: Mugen Train Arc has finally arrived and it’s safe to say, not a single anime watcher’s eyes were dry after viewing that sorrowful finale. Episode 7 titled “Set Your Heart Ablaze” not only depicted the aftermath of the Mugen Train but also depicted the aftermath of one of our mighty demon slayers who was relentless in ensuring that his goal to keep everyone safe was met — even if it cost his life.

Farewell to Stephen Sondheim: fans bid farewell to Broadway legend

Two days before his death, Stephen Sondheim, the giant of Broadway won eight Tony as a. songwriter (the highest amount so far), saw several presentations of works. Last Thursday he celebrated Thanksgiving surrounded by his closest affections at a dinner and, in the early hours of Friday, he passed away at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut.

Farewell to a great actor, protagonist in dozens of internationally successful films and TV series

He was 91 years old and a long and successful career behind him: the world of cinema and international TV say goodbye to Lou Cutell. The world of cinema, television and theater in the United States and around the world have recently learned the news of the death of a great artist, famous for dozens of roles in highly successful TV series and films. The messages of condolence written by the closest friends and most loyal colleagues of Lou Cutell.

The Portuguese press says goodbye to Apple de Palmeiras after the title – 11/27/2021

Farewell tone shown by Portuguese coach Abel Ferreira from Palmeiras after Libertadores won by beating Flamengo 2-1 this afternoon (27). He has not only attracted the attention of the press and fans of Palmeiras in Brazil, but also the attention of news sites in his homeland that are already reacting to the possible farewell.
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Farewell to Stephen Sondheim

Stephen Sondheim made his last public appearance at the first preview of the revival of “Company,” his 1970 classic, last Monday night, the fifteenth of November. Ninety-one, and a little slowed but not visibly ailing, Sondheim was greeted by the Broadway audience, as he took his seat, in the left orchestra, with an emotional intensity that was tidal in its ferocity and duration. The emotion was doubled, perhaps tripled, by the relief at Broadway’s returning to life at all—it was, without exception, the most overwhelming tribute that I have ever experienced in the theatre. Now that moment is sealed as history, since Sondheim would die less than two weeks later, on Friday the twenty-sixth, at his house in Connecticut.

Wesch: After 52 Years, A Farewell – But Not Good Bye – To Old Del Mar

My first look at Del Mar came in June of 1969 on a clever misdirection ploy by Steve Scholfield. Best friends through high school and college we had parted company in 1968 when “Scholf” left our home state of Michigan to seek his fortune in California and landed a job as the sports editor – and only full-timer in the department – at the Oceanside Blade-Tribune.

Farewell to the Shakespeare of his generation: CHRISTOPHER STEVENS looks back at the career of Stephen Sondheim, the genius who defined musical theater after his death aged 91

Tributes poured in last night for Stephen Sondheim, the genius behind some of Broadway’s greatest musicals, who has died at the age of 91. After scoring his first big hit with West Side Story at just 27 years old, Sondheim delighted New York audiences in six decades. The author of...

Staples Center, no more. New name: “ Arena”

In a $700 million deal, has purchased the naming rights of downtown L.A.’s Staples Center– current home of the Lakers, Clippers, Sparks, and the NHL’s Kings. The name change, “ Arena”, is expected to go into effect on Christmas Day, 2021, as the Lakers host the Brooklyn Nets.

Goodbye and Farewell from your current MK Cartersville Publisher!

It is with a sad heart that I am saying goodbye to you all and Macaroni Kid Cartersville-Rome today. I have enjoyed the last almost 3 years of being with Macaroni Kid Douglasville and then Macaroni Kid Cartersville. I truly enjoyed bringing events and contests to you all over the last year. I will miss the MK family but I know that this is the right move for my family. I have several businesses of my own and I need to focus on them more than I have been doing. MK was always a hobby and never a business in my location as many people do not know of the name Macaroni Kid in the rural area that I live in:)