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Johnny Williams issues words of advice to other men as he reveals cancer diagnosis

first_imgWednesday Oct 9, 2019 Johnny Williams issues words of advice to other men as he reveals cancer diagnosis Newcastle Falcons centre Johnny Williams has revealed that he has recently finished chemotherapy having been diagnosed with testicular cancer. ADVERTISEMENTThe 22-year-old said that he has faced a “slight bump in the road”, but said that the “road is about to get easier from here” after finishing his last batch of chemotherapy. However, he does not reveal on the post how long he has been battling cancer. The centre, who played for England earlier this year against the Barbarians, also shared photos of himself in hospital alongside his teammates, who he thanked amongst others for being “extremely supportive in these circumstances.” Williams is very upbeat in the message, despite what must have been troubling times for him. He finished his message by saying: “Here’s to getting back fit and healthy and back on that pitch asap.” He has not given a timeframe in which he will return to action for the Falcons, but both he and the team will raring to see him back playing. Newcastle’s Championship season starts this weekend after being relegated from the Premiership last season, and they will be hoping for the former England under-20 international’s services as soon as possible as they seek to bounce back to the top flight. Williams also said that this diagnosis was “a huge surprise and out of nowhere but these things always do and there’s no preparing for it.”He went on to send a warning to all males: “Lads, please make sure you don’t make the same mistake I did. Regularly check your balls and if you find anything out of the ordinary, swelling or firmness be sure to get checked out by your GP straight away.” ADVERTISEMENT Posted By: rugbydump Share Send Thanks Sorry there has been an error See it to Believe it Related Articles 25 WEEKS AGO WATCH: Experts explain what actually happens… 26 WEEKS AGO WATCH: Leigh Halfpenny makes yet another… 26 WEEKS AGO Parisse alley-oop magic sets up brilliant… From the WebThis Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s DeletedSecrets RevealedYou Won’t Believe What the World’s Most Beautiful Girl Looks Like TodayNueeyUrologists Stunned: Forget the Blue Pill, This “Fixes” Your EDSmart Life ReportsDoctors Stunned: This Removes Wrinkles Like Crazy! (Try Tonight)Smart Life ReportsIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier Living10 Types of Women You Should Never MarryNueeyThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancellast_img read more

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HAT Market Analysis for 2/3/21 with Tom Fritz of EFG Group

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News HAT Market Analysis for 2/3/21 with Tom Fritz of EFG Group HAT Market Analysis for 2/3/21 with Tom Fritz of EFG Group Previous articleIndiana Sheep Checkoff Seeks Candidates for BoardNext articleISA, ICMC Sponsor Indianapolis Colts Biggest Fan Coloring Contest Andy Eubank Audio Playerhttps://hoosieragtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Tom-Fritz-markets.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Wednesday was a slow start for the grain and oilseed markets but momentum slowly turned them all higher, and Tom Fritz of EFG Group explains it remains a bull market. Click to listen. Facebook Twitter SHARE SHARE Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – Feb 3, 2021 last_img read more

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Follow the Odyssey of Hedwig, From Underground Club to B’way

first_imgLadies and gentlemen, whether you like it or not…Hedwig and the Angry Inch is back in New York City! How I Met Your Mother star and Tony host extraordinaire Neil Patrick Harris is stepping into the transgender rock star’s high-heeled boots, where he’ll be rocking out all summer long (without an understudy) at the Belasco Theatre. So put on some makeup, turn on the eight track, and read below to find out how Hedwig transformed from a late-night dive bar act into an internationally beloved rock musical. The world wigged out After the success of the film, productions of the musical popped up all over the globe, including Puerto Rico, Prague, Brazil, Korea and Japan. Hed-Heads (a term for Hedwig fans coined by Mitchell) declared their love by getting Hedwig’s signature tattoo, based on the love story from Plato’s Symposium. Hedwig “shadowcasts,” where actors perform along with a movie screening a la The Rocky Horror Picture Show, continue to play all over the United States. Hedwig and the Angry Inch See Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Belasco Theatre. View Comments The creators met on a plane The story of Hedwig begins at an altitude of 30,000 feet. John Cameron Mitchell, an actor who had appeared in Big River on Broadway, struck up a conversation with Stephen Trask, a rock musician, while on a flight from Los Angeles to New York in 1989. “We were united by a common aesthetic right from the beginning,” Trask told New York magazine. “John was the only other person on the plane who didn’t have his headset on, watching When Harry Met Sally.” Tommy Gnosis was the main character The pair became friends after touching down in New York City, and Mitchell went to see Trask and his band Cheater play at SqueezeBox, a punk-rock drag party at the SoHo club Don Hill’s. Mitchell approached Trask and asked if he would help him compose music for a character named Tommy Gnosis, the son of a general who, like Mitchell, was raised in a strict Catholic household. In 1994, Mitchell brought Tommy to life for the first time, accompanied by Trask and his band. The score is a rock collage As Trask developed Hedwig’s songs into a full-length musical, he was inspired by a variety of different rock musicians. “The Hedwig score is in many ways just one big Lou Reed mash-up,” the composer told Out magazine. The musical namechecks Reed, as well as David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Toni Tennille, Debbie Boone, Anne Murray and many more. The musical also draws inspiration from Plato’s Symposium—the lyrics to the song “Origin of Love” are loosely adapted from the philosophical text. Miss Hedwig became a movie star After the success of the off-Broadway production, Mitchell began working on a screenplay for a movie adaptation of Hedwig. Filmed with a $6 million budget, Mitchell directed the film and reprised the role of Hedwig, with Michael Pitt (Bully, Boardwalk Empire) as Tommy Gnosis. Mitchell and the band opted to record the film’s score live (over a decade before the Les Miserables movie did) to give the songs a grittier, rock concert sound. It paid off—Hedwig took home the Best Director and Audience Awards at the Sundance Film Festival, and Mitchell garnered a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor. Hedwig is based on a real woman The duo continued to play at SqueezeBox, and soon, a character based on Mitchell’s childhood babysitter, a woman named Helga, evolved. “She was a German army wife but also a prostitute,” Mitchell, an army brat whose father was a general, told the BBC. “She provided the visual inspiration for Hedwig.” In real life, Helga was a biological woman, but Mitchell’s Hedwig was an an East German rock singer with a botched sex-change operation and a wild hairdo made from toilet paper rolls wrapped around a synthetic wig. Hedwig quickly became a more popular character than Tommy, and was soon the focal point of the act at SqueezeBox.center_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 13, 2015 Neil Patrick Harris Related Shows Stars flocked to the show Hedwig and the Angry Inch opened at the Jane Street Theatre on February 14, 1998, and it was both a critical success and a fan favorite. “Parker Posey has seen the show four times, Glenn Close twice,” New York magazine reported. “David Bowie blew off the Grammys for a night with Hedwig, an actress-model on each arm; Danny DeVito scaled six flights of stairs to meet the young phenomenon; Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson made out as Mitchell sang a love song (‘I took it as a compliment,’ he says).” It couldn’t find a theater Hedwig transferred to New York City’s Westbeth Theatre Center in 1997, and was billed as “part Ziggy Stardust concert and part Marlene Dietrich cabaret.” Mitchell, who was now an alum of Broadway’s The Secret Garden and Six Degrees of Separation, played the title role, featuring Trask as the show’s musical director Skszp and Miriam Shor (in drag) as Hedwig’s downtrodden husband Yitzhak. It shuttered after a short run. “We’ve always been sort of the ugly kid on the block,” Mitchell told New York magazine. After briefly considering a transfer to a steakhouse on Wall Street, Mitchell discovered the Hotel Riverview, a hotel with a ballroom that once housed the surviving crew of the Titanic. It was a perfect fit. Hello, New York! 14 years after its final off-Broadway performance, Hedwig is back in New York City, in a newly reimagined production directed by Michael Mayer, featuring Lena Hall as Yitzhak and starring How I Met Your Mother favorite Neil Patrick Harris in the title role. “[Hedwig] is such a left turn from what people have been seeing me do recently, which is an alpha-male womanizing dude on mainstream TV,” Harris told Broadway.com. “Hedwig is such a complicated role in almost every way: Physically transformative, emotionally damaged, bizarrely funny and rock-and-roll in a way that I’ve never been. It’s challenging me on a bunch of different levels. And I like challenges.” Star Files Everyone wanted to take a stab Hedwig quickly became the toast of the off-Broadway theater scene, winning an Obie Award and the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway musical before closing off-Broadway on April 9, 2000. When Mitchell left the production, actors couldn’t wait to try Hedwig’s inch on for size. Former off-Broadway Hedwigs include Michael Cerveris, Kevin Cahoon, Asa Somers, Donovan Leitch, Ally Sheedy and Matt McGrath. Anthony Rapp, Constantine Maroulis [pictured above] and Jinkx Monsoon also played the role regionally. (Fun fact: Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland once played a concert in full Hedwig drag!)last_img read more

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Kawhi Leonard shared a helicopter pilot with Kobe Bryant

first_img Councilmembers move to make Kobe Bryant Boulevard an LA street “It’s just one of those times when it was just time, you know?” he said. “The things that you hear, you don’t know what’s real yet. I can’t really speak on it. I don’t know. I don’t know yet. It’s a lot of thoughts in my head.” Related Articles According to a Facebook post on Monday, Peter and Claudia Lowry, owners of Group 3 Aviation, said Zobayan went to Group 3 Aviation in 1998 for flying lessons.In 2001, he became a private pilot; in 2007, he got his commercial pilot’s license; and in 2008, he got certified to be a ground instructor, according to Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor. Previous Facebook posts from Group 3 Aviation show that Zobayan taught trainees to become pilots.He regularly piloted Bryant to practices, games and other functions – a time-saving tactic the retired Laker shared with Leonard.“I talked to him about it before our transition to playing in L.A.,” Leonard said. “Just seeing how we (he) got back and forth from Newport (Beach) and he said he was doing it for about 17 years or so. Yeah, same pilot, everything, the whole situation, this whole program, the set-up, how he was traveling back and forth was the same way I was getting here from San Diego.”Leonard said because he’s still processing the tragic news, he can’t say whether Sunday’s crash will lead him to want to change his own commuting habits. Helicopter company in fatal Kobe Bryant crash sues 2 air traffic controllers Kobe Bryant: 42 photos for the Laker legend’s 42nd birthday center_img PLAYA VISTA — Kawhi Leonard is mourning not only Kobe Bryant this week, but also helicopter pilot Ara Zobayan, whom also often was at the controls when Leonard choppered around Southern California, the Clippers star said after practice Wednesday.Zobayan, 50, of Huntington Beach, has been identified as the pilot of the helicopter that crashed Sunday in Calabasas, killing all nine people aboard, including Zobayan, Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.“Flown with him a lot,” Leonard said of Zobayan. “Great guy. Super nice. He was one of the best pilots. That is a guy who you ask for to fly you from city to city. It’s just surreal still …“He (would) drop me off and say he is about go pick up Kobe. Or he’ll just be like, ‘I just dropped Kobe off and he said hello.’ … He’s a good dude and I’m sorry for everybody.” How Kobe Bryant was remembered on his birthday On Mamba’s day, councilmen aim to create Kobe Bryant Boulevard Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Cincinnati Open: Fatigued Rafael Nadal pulls out, Andy Murray returns to singles

first_imgWorld number two Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from this week’s Cincinnati Open due to fatigue, the tournament’s organisers said on Sunday.The Spaniard, Cincinnati champion in 2013, beat Russia’s Daniil Medvedev to claim his fifth Rogers Cup in Montreal earlier in the day.Cincinnati organisers also said Canadian teen Bianca Andreescu, who was crowned women’s champion at the Rogers Cup after Serena Williams retired in the final with a back injury, had also withdrawn because of a change to her schedule.Andy Murray has sharpened his game on the practice courts with some of the best players in the world but the Scot says now is the time to really test himself with a return to singles action at the Cincinnati Masters.Murray had hip resurfacing surgery in January in a bid to salvage his career and eased himself back into competitive action in doubles play.The 32-year-old is now ready to go it alone and will face Frenchman Richard Gasquet on Monday in what will be his first singles match since losing in the Australian Open first round to Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut seven months ago.”The performances against top singles players in practises have been good,” said the three times Grand Slam winner, whose world ranking has slipped to No. 325″But at some stage you have to take the step to try and play. The quickest way to get up to speed is by being on the practice and match court with top players,” the ATP Tour’s website here quoted him as saying.advertisementNow with a metal covering on part of his hip, Murray says he is pain-free but knows it will take time to regain his agility and movement around the court.”I’m not expecting to move as well I used to, but I think I can move better than I am now,” he said at a news conference. “That will take some time since I only started playing singles a couple of weeks ago.”When you’re playing at the highest level against the best players, they hit the ball big and that takes some time to get used to.”Murray said he taken inspiration from doubles player Bob Bryan, who made a successful return from hip surgery.”I probably would have had the operation regardless,” he said. “But I’m not sure I would have tried to play if I hadn’t seen what he had done and heard everything he told me about. He’s been brilliant.”last_img read more

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