Denis Arndt Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 11, 2016 Related Shows View Comments Star Files There’s a bit of a switcheroo going on off-Broadway. Denis Arndt will replace the previously announced Kenneth Welsh in the world premiere of Heisenberg. Welsh has withdrawn from the production due to personal reasons. Starring Tony winner Mary-Louise Parker, the play, penned by The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’s Simon Stephens, will begin performances on May 19 at Manhattan Theater Club’s New York City Center—Stage II. Mark Brokaw will direct the six-week limited engagement, which will officially open on June 3.Arndt is best known for his roles in L.A. Law, Annie McGuire and Basic Instinct; additional screen appearances include Grey’s Anatomy, Past Life, Boston Legal, 24 and Providence. Stage credits include The Tempest, King Lear, Othello, Richard II and The Ballad of Soapy Smith.Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, Clare (Parker) spots Alex (Arndt), a much older man, and plants a kiss on his neck. This electric encounter thrusts these two strangers into a life-changing game.Tickets are now available for the production. Heisenberg Mary-Louise Parker
This renovated house at 6 Robinson St, Moorooka has sold under the hammer for $1.15 million. Photo: suppliedThe first onsite auction for Ray White New Farm since the COVID-19 lockdown was not supposed to be held at a bus stop – but, when more than 100 people turned up for the auction, agents had no choice but to take it out on the street. Mr Cush calls the auction from the nearby bus stop.With only 20 people permitted onsite at any one time for open homes and auctions in Queensland right now – and a large crowd, including nine registered bidders, turning up in the rain – Ray White auctioneer Haesley Cush set up proceedings off the property at a nearby bus stop.MORE Did HomeBuilder bring the crowd? This is what Robinson St, Moorooka usually looks like. Photo: Debra Bela On Saturday it looked like this. The house going to auction was the white house on the left. Photo: Debra BelaBy the time the bus turned into neighbouring Hamilton Rd, Mr Cush had another $20,000 bid on top of the $960,000.“He had a little bit more time to think about it,’ Mr Cush said of the bidder. “I’m looking for a million now.” Coronavirus forces major swing in Aussie attitudes Nine registered bidders were in the crowd with five active during the auction.They hadn’t crossed the border for the auction, but were once stationed in South Australia.“I worked as a teacher in South Australia but I’ve been here for eight years,” the successful bidder said. “We live in Camp Hill”. SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN MOOROOKA The bus does not pick up any passengers but stops for several seconds at the intersection before turning right into Hamilton Rd, Moorooka.When the 116 bus from Rocklea pulled into the stop, Mr Cush had his mum’s umbrella in one hand and a whopping $960,000 bid in the other.“Here comes the competition,” he said, pausing the auction of 6 Robinson St, Moorooka to let the bus pass. The house at 6 Robinson Rd, Moorooka. Photo: supplied. With people still arriving, real estate agents decided to relocate the auction to the street to adhere to social distancing requirements.When the hammer finally went down, the five-bedroom renovated Queenslander sold for $1.15m to a couple that had been sheltering under an umbrella emblazoned with the logo of South Australia’s Pulteney Grammar School. The house was styled by Brushed Interiors. Photo: suppliedIt was Mrs Mewing’s home staging company that set up the property before auction.Ray White New Farm agent Meaghan Bakker had no doubt that the staging made a difference when it came to attracting buyers’ attention.“There’s no question it was the presentation of this home,” she said. “It was straight out of the pages of a magazine.” Mrs Mewing with her son at 6 Robinson St, Moorooka. Photo: supplied FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK Ms Bakker said the staged home attracted people who had been looking elsewhere previously.“The majority of our buyers including the successful (bidder) were people who hadn’t necessarily considered Moorooka before,” she said.For the auctioneer, Haesley Cush, there was a touch of nostalgia being in the suburb too.“Mum used to own Ray White Moorooka, and she’s actually working for us today,” Mr Cush said. The kitchen at 6 Robinson St, Moorooka. Photo: suppliedThe 102-year-old Queenslander the couple bought was one of 42 properties that went to auction across Brisbane over the weekend.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours agoParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoThe vendors Andrew and Megan Mewing had bought the property in 2014, getting local builders, Grayhaus, to undertake a full renovation.
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By Ben DeatherageLEBANON, Ore. (May 6) – The IMCA Modified ranks saw domination from Collen Winebarger Saturday at Willamette Speedway.The Corbett chauffeur took off with the coveted top spot and never looked back. It was Winebarger’s first Modified victory in 2017 at Willamette.Bricen James was second with John Campos behind him in third. The balance of the top five included Brad Martin and Dustin Cady.
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April 5, 2020 Update on the latest sports William Byron has won the third NASCAR virtual raceUNDATED (AP) — William Byron has won the third NASCAR virtual race in a series put together after the coronavirus pandemic stopped sports.Byron easily captured the iRacing event Sunday at virtual Bristol Motor Speedway, where NASCAR would have been really racing before the coronavirus pandemic caused sports to shut down.His victory came after he led the most laps in NASCAR’s first two virtual races and had nothing to show for his gaming skills.The most entertaining part of Sunday’s event was the drivers’ gaming streams, where they argued and complained about one another. Bubba Wallace “rage quit” the game early after an accident and Daniel Suarez and Kyle Larson were parked after virtually tangling on track. Dempsey set an NFL record that stood for 43 years when he kicked a 63-yard, game-winning field goal for the New Orleans Saints against Detroit on Nov. 8, 1970. It wasn’t until 2013 that Matt Prater of the Broncos broke that record with a 64-yarder in Denver.Dempsey’s success came despite being born without toes on his kicking foot. Dempsey kicked for 11 seasons in the NFL with New Orleans, Philadelphia, the Los Angeles Rams, Houston Oilers and Buffalo.His daughter says Dempsey was diagnosed with dementia several years ago and was living in a New Orleans nursing home that was hit hard by the virus.The Orleans Parish coroner has yet to release an official cause of death.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-HAGANS-NBA Associated Press In other news related to the coronavirus pandemic:— Major League Soccer’s 25th season is on hold indefinitely because of the coronavirus outbreak, but league officials and coaches still hope the league will be able to get in a full season and with fans in attendance. The league had set a target date for re-starting on May 10, although that now seems unlikely. The anniversary of the first MLS match is Monday.— England defender Kyle Walker is facing disciplinary action from English Premier League team Manchester City after appearing to break lockdown conditions during the coronavirus pandemic. Walker apologized on Sunday after it was widely reported he held a party involving two sex workers at his home last week, breaking the government’s rules on social distancing. The country is in the middle of a three-week lockdown. The team says it will look into Walker’s conduct.— A Serbian soccer player has been sentenced to three months of home detention for flouting a curfew imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus. Striker Aleksandar Prijovic pleaded guilty at a video link trial in Belgrade on Saturday. Police had arrested him and 19 others for gathering at a hotel lobby bar in Belgrade on Friday and violating the country’s 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. lockdown orders. He is the second Serbian soccer player to be caught violating the stay-at-home orders. Those who violate the restrictive measures could face up to three years in jail.— Soccer players in Spain are criticizing the Spanish league’s decision to ask clubs to put the footballers on government furloughs during the coronavirus crisis. The league on Friday said the furloughs were needed because there was no agreement on the size of the salary cuts that players must take to reduce the financial impact of the pandemic. In a statement Sunday, Spain’s players’ association said the league should have created a financial cushion for this period. The league and the players’ association have been in talks to try to find ways to mitigate losses if the season cannot be restarted because of the pandemic. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-OBIT-TOM DEMPSEYEx-NFL kicker, Saints hero Tom Dempsey dies at 73NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Former NFL kicker Tom Dempsey has died from what his family described as complications from the new coronavirus. He was 73. Hagans entering NBA draftLEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky guard Ashton Hagans is giving up his last two seasons of college eligibility to enter the NBA draft, saying the time is now to pursue his dream of playing professionally.The 6-foot-3 Hagans was named SEC Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman and became one of the country’s best point guards this past season.He averaged 11.5 points, 6.4 assists, 3.9 rebounds and 1.9 steals last season, but he also clashed with coach John Calipari. Hagans argued with forward Nick Richards and coach Calipari and reportedly refused to re-enter in the second half of a home loss to Tennessee. Calipari downplayed the incident afterward.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTS — Australia’s triathlon world champion Mirinda Carfrae has found virtual reality competitions created to sustain sport amid the coronavirus outbreak have unexpected hazards. The three-time world ironman champion was competing against Jocelyn McCauley of the United States, Canada’s Angela Naeth and Jeanni Seymour of South Africa in the inaugural Ironman VR Pro Challenge women’s race when disaster struck: Her husband tripped over the cord of her smart trainer, disconnecting it and putting her out of the race.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6