PUBLISHED: 19:00 03 April 2019 Mark Langford Olivia Boyd of the Central School of Ballet in London Picture: AMBER HUNT Amber Hunt A ballet dancer from Ipswich is poised to make her first professional appearance on home ground as part of a nationwide tour, Olivia Boyd limbers up Picture: AMBER HUNTOlivia Boyd will be performing at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds on Thursday April 11 as part of a five month tour performing in 20 venues across England with Ballet Central as part of the final year of her training to be a professional dancer.She is a student at the prestigious Central School of Ballet (CSB) in London and the tour will be the first chance many friends and family will have had to see her perform locally.She said: “I’m really excited about coming back to Suffolk, We do a lot of performances in London but not everyone from home can always make it there so this is a real opportunity for the people I know here to see what I … [Read more...] about Ballet dancer Olivia steps on to the professional stage
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | Record and Share Your Family History in 5 Steps Supported by TECH TIP Holiday gatherings offer a great time to create a multimedia digital archive of interviews with your relatives so they can share their memories with the current — and future — branches of the tree. ByJ. D. Biersdorfer Nov. 21, 2018 Many people have pieced together their own family tree. But how much do you really know about the early lives of your living relatives, especially those with decades of stories to share? To learn more, take the time to talk during family gatherings over Thanksgiving and the holiday season. And make sure to save that oral history for future generations: Record and preserve it with a multimedia digital archive Step 1: Prepare Your Questions. Do everyone a favor and plan ahead. To be as … [Read more...] about Record and Share Your Family History in 5 Steps
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Supported by ByKatie Benner, Cecilia Kang and Daisuke Wakabayashi Nov. 2, 2018 WASHINGTON — Susan Molinari, who leads Google’s federal lobbying and policy effort and is a former Republican congresswoman from New York, is stepping down from her role at the company. The change comes during a turbulent time for Google and is the latest indication of a shake-up at the company’s massive Washington operation. Google has been under fire from lawmakers in Washington and Europe and faces growing antitrust scrutiny on both sides of the Atlantic. Corporate leaders at Alphabet, Google’s parent company, have been criticized by their workers on artificial intelligence work with the Pentagon and for developing a search engine that would censor results in China. Google subsequently did not renew its Pentagon contract and … [Read more...] about Senior Google Lobbyist Is Stepping Down From Her Role
Updated 1:06 pm PDT, Friday, October 26, 2018 This Sept. 21, 2017 file photo shows Megyn Kelly on the set of her show, "Megyn Kelly Today" at NBC Studios in New York. Kelly is apologizing to her NBC News colleagues for questioning why dressing up in blackface for a Halloween costume is wrong. She faced a swift backlash for her morning show segment on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, and wrote later that she realized that such behavior is wrong. >>Remember when... Celebrity scandals through the years less This Sept. 21, 2017 file photo shows Megyn Kelly on the set of her show, "Megyn Kelly Today" at NBC Studios in New York. Kelly is apologizing to her NBC News colleagues for questioning why dressing up in ... more Photo: Charles Sykes, Associated Press 1) Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s Sex Tape The Baywatch babe and Mötley Crüe drummer rocked the world when their private frolicking became one … [Read more...] about The Latest: Megyn Kelly’s lawyer: ‘next steps’ talks ongoing
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Day Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByKate Kelly, Landon Thomas Jr., Andrew Ross Sorkin and Erin Griffith Oct. 17, 2018 Since the disappearance and apparent killing of a dissident journalist in a Saudi Arabian consulate, some of the most powerful figures in business are distancing themselves from the kingdom. There is one prominent exception: Masayoshi Son, chief executive of the SoftBank Group. Mr. Son, the 61-year-old founder of SoftBank, the Japanese internet, energy and financial conglomerate that owns Sprint, is one of Saudi Arabia’s biggest business partners. His company oversees the SoftBank Vision Fund, a technology investment fund that sought $100 billion in investments and received the promise of $45 billion from the Saudi sovereign wealth fund. In the two years since then, the Vision Fund has become the largest … [Read more...] about Powerful Executives Have Stepped Away From the Saudis. Not SoftBank’s.