Video PUBLISHED: 17:04 25 April 2018 | UPDATED: 17:04 25 April 2018 Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans during his first-ever video interview. Picture: IPSWICH TOWN YOUTUBE Archant Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has given his first-ever video interview. Here’s what he had to say.... MARCUS ON: Mick’s time at club “Mick brought a stability and consistency to the playing squad which definitely was missing when he took over. The first three seasons provided the environment which enabled our success. That’s continued. Today we’ve got a great togetherness within the dressing room. That’s a testament to Mick’s judgement on who he brought to the club. It’s to do with leadership, day in, day out which kept a happy dressing room. That was kept whether players were in the team or not in the team – those man-management skills are certainly something I’ll be looking for in his replacement.” MARCUS ON: A new deal for Mick? … [Read more...] about Read: Transcript of Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans’ first-ever video interview
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Comic Riffs Analysis Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events by David Betancourt by David Betancourt Email the author April 23 Email the author The Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Captain America (Chris Evans) are on the front line in a battle to save the universe in Wakanda. (Marvel Studios) Who is going to be the next Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Of all the mysteries surrounding the coming mega-movie event “Avengers: Infinity War,” the potential for a new Captain America is perhaps … [Read more...] about Who will replace Chris Evans as Captain America? ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ might have the answer.
Bookseller Michael Evans sees great possibilities ahead for historic Lexington Market and Baltimore's west side, where his family has built a business over three decades.While other independent bookstores have shut down and even big chains have struggled to stay relevant in an age of e-books, Expressions, a Lexington Market bookstore co-owned by Evans, has found its niche.Evans, 45, describes the store started by his parents, Clifford and Barbara Evans, as a library, a gathering spot, a source of children's books, cookbooks, autobiographies and African-American history. In the narrow shop across from the main market on North Paca Street, books are crammed in floor-to-ceiling shelves along one wall, with dozens more piled on a display case. Greeting cards fill another wall. The shop also specializes in custom framing, gifts and art supplies.In a city where students fall behind, Evans sees selling books as a mission."There's a great need for education and a great need for reading," Evans … [Read more...] about Five Minutes With Michael Evans, co-owner of Expressions bookstore at Lexington Market
PUBLISHED: 16:02 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 18:36 12 April 2018 Stuart Watson New Ipswich Town caretaker manager Bryan Klug (centre) is flanked by his assistants Gerard Nash (left) and Chris Hogg (right) while watching the Under-23s in action today. Picture: GREGG BROWN Bryan Klug today held his first press conference since being appointed Ipswich Town caretaker manager. Here you can read the full transcript. Bryan Klug has been named as Ipswich Town's caretaker manager following the departure of Mick McCarthy. Picture: ARCHANT Q: How does it feel to be Ipswich Town caretaker manager? You must be very proud? A: Yes, in some ways. It’s obviously nice to be considered for something like this, but there have obviously been circumstances leading up to it and when you care about the club, like we all do, you don’t want those things to happen. It’s quite unusual circumstances. I’ve spoken to the players today and said ‘usually these things happen when … [Read more...] about ‘If something is starting to knit back together then that will be a success for me’ – read full transcript of Bryan Klug interview
Michael James Scott as Genie in the North American tour of “Aladdin,” one of the shows coming to the Kennedy Center next season. (Deen van Meer) No “Hamilton” hyperventilating next season: The Kennedy Center’s big theater attractions for 2018-19 will be “Aladdin,” “Miss Saigon” and “Hello, Dolly!,” starring Betty Buckley, in the Opera House, with last year’s Tony-winning “Dear Evan Hansen” returning to town after debuting in 2015 at Arena Stage. Under the guidance of Jeffrey Finn, hired in late 2016 to head theatrical producing and programming, the Kennedy Center continues to gradually expand what it makes in house. This season’s popular Broadway Center Stage series of musicals in concert — which included Lin-Manuel Miranda taking a bow with the concert cast of his “In the Heights” last month — will be back, with a twist. The three concert musicals will be “Little … [Read more...] about ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ and ‘The Band’s Visit’ are coming to the Kennedy Center