Grenada U17 Player Profiles Name: Judy McIntosh Position: Centre Midfield Tournament: CONCACAF U17 Women's Championship Grenada 2016, March 3rd .
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“END OF THE RAINBOW”: A musical about Judy Garland's final years, highlighting the scandals and pressures she experienced prior to her “comeback concert” engagements in 1968. April 29-May 28. freeFall Theatre .. MUSE GALLERIA: Art boutique and
Island Records (World Music)
Island Records (World Music)
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Coyabites: Justin Hinds, David McIntosh, Judy Gordon (vocals); Ernest Ranglin, Carrel Hewitt, Fitzroy Hinds (guitar); Glen DaCosta (saxophone); David Madden (trumpet); Vin Gordon (trombone); Harold Butler (keyboards); Leon Ellis (bass); Dennis Smith, Maxwell Hinds (drums); Noel Seale, Akete (percussion). Additional personnel: Dean Fraser (saxophone). Producers: David Madden, Glen DaCosta, Vin Gordon. Recorded at Kuff Recording Studio in St. Mary and Zion Gate, Ochos Rios, Jamaica in April 1996. Personnel: David McIntosh, Justin Hinds (vocals); Ernest Ranglin (guitar); Dean Fraser, Glen DaCosta (saxophone); David Madden (trumpet); Vin Gordon (trombone); Harold Butler (keyboards); Akete (percussion). Recording information: Knuff Recording Studio, St. Mary, Jamaica (04/1996); Zion Gare, Ocho Rios, St Ann, Jamaica (04/1996). Although the Coyabalites are a Jamaican supergroup of sorts, with a lineup that includes the Zap Pow horn section (Vin Gordon on trombone, Glen DaCosta on sax, David Madden on trumpet, plus Dean Fraser on sax), along with keyboardist Harold Butler, guitarist Ernest Ranglin and vocals from the great Justin Hinds, the end result seems less than the promise of its illustrious membership. It's a configuration with a long and glorious pedigree, and one would think this album would fairly explode out of the speakers. That it doesn't has a lot to do with the particular reason this group was formed. The Coyabalites are essentially a hotel lounge outfit, combining light jazz touches to ska standards, and have served as the house band at the Coyaba River Garden complex in Ochos Rios, where their job is to smooth everything out so as not to startle the tourists. That said, Unhinged, their debut album, has it moments, as long as you realize the audience it intends to service. Be advised that Hinds only sings on two cuts here, the opening reprise of his classic Carry Go Bring Come and a totally ill-advised cover of Toots Hibbert's Monkey Man, which is way to
PROFESSIONAL THEATER. “BO-NITA”: Actress Terri Weagant has quite a fascinating, sad and fun story to tell as she plays seven different characters in clear and distinct styles in Elizabeth Heffron’s engaging one-woman play about a young girl’s adventures living with an... (Reviewed by Jay Handelman. ) Extended through May 7. Urbanite Theatre, 1487 Second St. 941-321-1397. urbanitetheatre. “DEARLY DEPARTED”: David Bottrell and Jessie Jones’s heartwarming comedy about a dysfunctional family gathered in their rural Southern home for their patriarch’s funeral. Through May 27. Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, 1646 10th Way. “THE ELABORATE ENTRANCE OF CHAD DEITY: Kristoffer Diaz’s play, set in the world of professional wrestling, is a thrilling and thought-provoking look at racism and identity in this Asolo Rep production that features compelling performances and a... (Reviewed by Jay Handelman. ) Through April 30. Asolo Repertory Theatre, Cook Theatre, 5555 N. Tamiami Trail. 941-351-8000. asolorep. “FST IMPROV: OUT OF BOUNDS”: This weekly improv show features skits, games and audience interaction. Florida Studio Theatre, Bowne’s Lab, 1247 First St. 941-366-9000. floridastudiotheatre. “KINKY BOOTS”: The Tony Award-winning best musical about a young man taking over his family’s struggling shoe business and finding success when he begins focusing on footwear for drag queens. April 25-30. Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, 777 N. Tamiami Trail. “A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM”: Jonathan Epstein’s delightful and inventive production of Shakespeare’s whimsical comedy about fairies playing games with a two sets of young lovers is staged in a gorgeous natural setting outdoors overlooking Sarasota... (Reviewed by Jay Handelman. ) Through April 29. FSU/Asolo Conservatory, Selby Gardens, 811 S. Palm Ave. 941-351-8000. asolorep. “OLDER THAN DIRT”: A four-member cast offers some bright performances and clever ideas in this original musical revue about aging, but the songs and sketches need a bit more bite. (Reviewed by Jay Handelman. ) Through June 11. Florida Studio Theatre, John C. Court Cabaret, 1247 First St. 941-366-9000. floridastudiotheatre. “PIANO MEN”: Brian Walters and John Grieco, two singing piano players, run through two dozen songs by such stars as Billy Joel, Elton Joel, Stevie Wonder and Barry Manilow, who built their careers from the piano, in a show that is frequently... (Reviewed by Jay Handelman. ) Through April 23. Florida Studio Theatre, Goldstein Cabaret, 1241 N. Palm Ave. 941-366-9000. floridastudiotheatre. “RICH GIRL”: Victoria Stewart has some clever ideas for modernizing Henry James’ novel “Washington Square” and the play “The Heiress,” but the results are disappointing in a production that is rarely believable or involving. (Reviewed by Jay Handelman. ) Through May 26. Florida Studio Theatre, Gompertz Theatre, 1247 First St. 941-366-9000. floridastudiotheatre. “HAIRSPRAY”: The Tony Award-winning musical about the pleasantly plump teenager dance fanatic, Tracy Turnblad, and her quest to integrate her favorite local television show, The Corny Collins Show. Through May 14. American Stage in the Park, Demens Landing Park, Bayshore Drive & Second Ave. “BEATSVILLE”: The world premiere of Wendy Leigh Wilf’s musical about a busboy in 1959 Greenwich Village who finds his beatnik aspirations realized when his accidental creation gets lauded as a revolutionary work of art. April 27-May 28. Asolo Repertory Theatre, Mertz Stage, 5555 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. “END OF THE RAINBOW”: A musical about Judy Garland’s final years, highlighting the scandals and pressures she experienced prior to her “comeback concert” engagements in 1968. April 29-May 28. freeFall Theatre, 6099 Central Ave. “LOUIE, LOUIE AND LA DOLCE VITA”: As part of the Burdick New Play Reading Series, a staged reading of this new work by Frank Higgins. Florida Studio Theatre, Bowne’s Lab, 1247 First St. , Sarasota. 941-366-9000. floridastudiotheatre. “THE KING AND I”: A multiple Tony Award-winner, the touring production of this Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about a barrier-breaking relationship between the King of Siam and a British schoolteacher. Straz Center, Carol Morsani Hall, 1010 N. W. C. MacInnes Place, Tampa.
Cowboy Cookies: A Judy & Paige Presentation (baking powder, baking soda, brown sugar, butter, eggs, flour, semisweet chocolate chips, oatmeal, sugar, vanilla extract)
Judy's Strawberry Pretzel Salad (butter, pretzels, water, sugar, sugar)
Judy's Vegetarian Black Bean Soup (black beans, celery, garlic, green pepper, coriander, cumin, tomato, olive oil, onions, black pepper, red pepper, salt, sour cream, water)
Judy's Raspberry Trifle (egg yolks, sugar, marsala wine, heavy cream, pound cake, raspberry jam, raspberries)
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