‘The Hamilton Mixtape’ Related Shows View Comments Hamilton from $149.00 Worn out your Hamilton cast recording? Hamilfans eager for The Hamilton Mixtape won’t have to wait for it much longer. Amazon.co.uk has released a track list for the post factum concept album—including a complete list of artists—and listed the release date as December 2. The album will be available for pre-order on November 4.A number of the artists, including Sia, Queen Latifah and Usher, were reported back in March. Sia and Latifah will team up with Miguel to perform “Satisfied,” and Usher will lend his voice to the Aaron Burr ballad “Wait For It.” The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon will channel King George to sing “You’ll Be Back,” as previously announced.Other highlights on the album include Ashanti and Ja Rule on “Helpless,” Kelly Clarkson on “It’s Quiet Uptown,” The Roots, Common and Ingrid Michaelson on “Who Tells Your Story” and Regina Spektor and Ben Folds on “Dear Theodosia.”While Lin-Manuel Miranda said earlier this year he intended to stay out of the recording booth for the mixtape, he is set to appear on a few tracks—primarily demos of songs cut before the Tony and Pulitzer-winning musicals’ debut.The complete track list is as follows:1. “No John Trumbull (Intro)” – The Roots2. “My Shot (feat. Busta Rhymes, Joell Ortiz & Nate Ruess) [Rise Up Remix]” – The Roots3. “Wrote My Way Out” – Nas, Dave East, Lin-Manuel Miranda & Aloe Blacc4. “Wait For It” – Usher5. “An Open Letter (feat. Shockwave) [Interlude]” – Watsky6. “Satisfied (feat. Miguel & Queen Latifah)” – Sia7. “Dear Theodosia (feat. Ben Folds)” – Regina Spektor8. “Valley Forge (Demo)” – Lin-Manuel Miranda9. “It’s Quiet Uptown” – Kelly Clarkson10. “That Would Be Enough” – Alicia Keys11. “Immigrants (We Get The Job Done)” – K’naan, Snow Tha Product, Riz MC, Residente12. “You’ll Be Back” – Jimmy Fallon & The Roots13. “Helpless (feat. Ja Rule)” – Ashanti14. “Take A Break (Interlude)” – !llmind15. “Say Yes To This” – Jill Scott16. “Congratulations” – Dessa17. “Burn” – Andra Day18. “Stay Alive (Interlude)” – J.PERIOD & Stro Elliot19. “Slavery Battle (Demo)” – Lin-Manuel Miranda20. “Washingtons By Your Side” – Wiz Khalifa21. “History Has Its Eyes On You” – John Legend22. “Who Tells Your Story (feat. Common & Ingrid Michaelson)” – The Roots23. “Dear Theodosia (Reprise)” – Chance The Rapper & Francis and The Lights
Wolf Administration Announces Funding to Recruit and Retain Physicians in Underserved Areas of Pennsylvania
Healthcare, Press Release Governor Tom Wolf announced today that the Pennsylvania Department of Health has released a request for applications for the PA Primary Care Loan Repayment Program. This program provides funding to recruit and retain primary care providers working in areas where there are shortages of healthcare practitioners.“The loan repayment is critical to recruit and retain providers in areas with the greatest need for health care services in our state,” Gov. Wolf said. “I’m pleased to be able to make funding available for those professionals committed to serving where they are needed most.”“Regularly seeing a health care provider is one of the most important steps a person can take to improve their health,” Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “This funding helps us ensure that those living in underserved areas have access to primary medical, dental and behavioral health care services. We want to make sure that all Pennsylvanians have the ability to regularly be treated at a location that is convenient to them.”The department currently has a total of $625,000 in state and federal funding available for these new awards, and hope that as more funding becomes available, further assistance can be provided.The state’s loan repayment program provides educational loan repayment to practitioners who provide primary medical, dental or behavioral health care in areas designated as Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs), or providers who serve a minimum of 30 percent low-income patients.HPSAs are federally designated areas where shortages in health professionals exist. For example, an area with a shortage of providers serving a specific population group, such as low-income, is identified as a HPSA.Eligible primary care practitioners include physicians (primary care and psychiatrists), general dentists, physician assistants, certified registered nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, dental hygienists, psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselors, and marriage and family therapists.Loan repayment is provided for approved practitioners in exchange for two years of service at an approved primary care practice site.For more information about the loan repayment program, visit the Department of Health website at www.health.pa.gov or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.Ver esta página en español. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Wolf Administration Announces Funding to Recruit and Retain Physicians in Underserved Areas of Pennsylvania August 20, 2020
Lendlease regional development manager for Elliot Springs Simon Walker and Martin Locke Homes Sales manager Sam Jackson pictured at Elliot Springs. Picture: Shae Beplate.MORE land has been released at Elliot Springs as buyer demand at the $4.7 billion satellite city increases.Lendlease will release the next stage of land today which will cater to buyers wanting mountain views and flat elevation.The new land release comes as 10 builders have signed on be part of the Elliot Springs display village with construction starting in March before opening in October.Lendlease regional development manager for Elliot Springs, Simon Walker, said interest had been strong since the first stage of land was released in May.“We’re seeing strong interest from couples and families who are taking advantage of the great price points and ability to have the home of their dreams on a larger lot,” he said.“What the city is looking for right now are projects that provide a pipeline of activity, and Elliot Springs certainly delivers with parks, shopping centres and schools set to come online over the next 40 years. “It’s something the community, particularly the building community, can get behind and we’re encouraged by the early support we’ve received.”Prices for the new lots will start at $150,000 for 525sq m while lots over 700sq m will be priced from $165,000.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020There are also two lots at over 1613sq m.Buyers are expected to start moving into Elliott Springs from mid next year.Townsville builder Martin Locke Homes has signed on for the spec home program and director Martin Locke said Lendlease’s existing developments at Willow Gardens and Riverside Gardens had won him over.“Lendlease has already demonstrated its commitment to and belief in Townsville, and we’re excited to be working alongside a business that shows this kind of commitment on a project like Elliot Springs,” he said.“It represents such a significant opportunity for the city. Elliot Springs is a great fit for us with a picturesque location, planned parks, schools and amenities, which is why it makes sense for us to launch our first ever spec home program here.”Elliott Springs is 15km south of Townsville and once complete in 2056 will have more than 10,000 homes and 26,000 residents.The estate has 360-degree mountain views with 30 per cent of the site being dedicated open space including a conservation area.For more information visit elliotsprings.com.au.
ERAFP – Dominique Lamiot has been re-appointed chairman of the board of directors of the supplementary pension scheme for the French civil service. Lamiot has been chair of the board since 2013. The position is filled by presidential decree. His re-appointment follows the renewal of the entire board, by ministerial decree, effective 20 November.Swedish Shareholders’ Association – Carl Rosén is to step down as chief executive of the Swedish Shareholders’ Association to join the Swedish Ministry of Industry, where he will head up the division charged with overseeing the nearly 50 state-owned companies. Rosén is a former head of corporate governance at AP2 and left the buffer fund in 2009 to become managing director of the International Corporate Governance Network.AXA Investment Managers-Real Assets – Sébastien Herzog has been appointed global CFO, COO and corporate secretary. Herzog has been global head of internal audit at AXA IM since 2012, having originally joined AXA IM-Real Assets (then AXA Real Estate) in 1998 as corporate finance manager. NIBC, APG, Cambridge Associates, Cardano Risk Management, Pzena Investment Management, Russell Investments, Nordea, ERAFP, Swedish Shareholders’ Association, AXA Investment Managers-Real AssetsNIBC – Dick Sluimers has been appointed as member of the supervisory board (RvC) of Dutch corporate bank NIBC as of 1 January 2016. On NIBC’s RvC, Sluimers is to chair the audit committee. Currently, he is chief executive at APG, asset manager and pensions provider for the large civil service scheme ABP. He is to leave APG at the end of this year. He joined ABP in 2003 as CFO and became chief executive of APG in 2008, when the asset manager was privatised. Sluimers is a member of the RvC of Akzo Nobel and chairman of the RvC of credit insurer Atradius. He is also a trustee of the International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation and a member of the RvC of Netspar, the Dutch network for pension researchers and professionals. Angelien Kemna, the company’s CFRO, will act as interim chief executive until APG appoints a successor.Cambridge Associates – Benoit Jacquemont has been appointed as senior investment director. He joins from Cardano Risk Management, where he was a senior portfolio manager responsible for the implementation of liability-driven investment strategies and tactical fixed income overlays for fiduciary mandates. At Cambridge, he will advise UK and European corporate and public pension scheme clients on their liability-driven investments and risk management. He will focus on fiduciary mandates.Pzena Investment Management – The US-based asset manager has opened a London office. To lead its EMEA business, the company has installed a new management team for London – Phil Hoffman as head of UK, Middle East and Africa and Ulrik Ahrendt-Jensen as head of Europe. Hoffman joins from Russell Investment, where he held a number of positions, including head of research. Ahrendt-Jensen joins from Nordea’s funds business.
BBC News 22 January 2018Family First Comment: Safeguards? Too late now. Make a submission against euthanasia in NZ www.protect.org.nzA Catholic deacon accused of killing at least 10 people – including his own mother – has gone on trial in Belgium.Former nurse Ivo Poppe is suspected of killing his victims by injecting air into their blood, causing a fatal embolism.The offences are alleged to have taken place at a clinic in Menen, where he worked as a nurse – and later, after being ordained, in a pastoral role.Belgian newspapers have nicknamed the 61-year-old man the “deacon of death”.If found guilty of all the alleged murders, he would become one of the worst serial killers in Belgian history.Mr Poppe was arrested in 2014 after telling his psychiatrist that he had “euthanised” dozens of people. All of the alleged victims were elderly patients.He had, according to reports, initially made partial confessions during the investigation, saying he was acting compassionately for those who were terminally ill. However, he later retracted his statement and now denies the charges against him.READ MORE: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-42780226
Anotherissue also being protested by the groups is the Land Transportation Franchiseand Regulatory Board’s (LTFRB) plans to consolidate the franchises by way offorming corporation which will give way for the control of all PUVs in thecountry. BACOLODCity – Two major transport groups here are set to join the nationwide strike onMonday to show their continuous protest against the proposed phase out ofjeepneys and UV Express vehicles next year. TheSentrong Samahan ng Tsuper at Operators Negros and Federation Bacolod CityDrivers Association issued a joint statement slamming the “impossible”requirements of the government for its public utility vehicle (PUV)modernization program. SSTONEand Febacda claimed that under the LTFRB’s modernization bid, all transportcooperatives will ultimately be abolished and subsumed by the corporations. Bothgroups strongly said purchasing modernized jeepneys in line with thegovernment’s upgrade bid worth at least P2.4 million would burden manysmall-time operators and would put them in debt. Theyfurther claimed several transport cooperatives have already met a host ofproblems such as the unavailability of spare parts, thereby affecting theirincome and burying them deeper in bank debts. “Weare not against modernization but the cost of the Class 3 vehicles is tooexpensive and beyond the reach of their drivers and operators,” the twotransport groups stressed./PN PHOTO BY IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN
Greensburg, IN—The Decatur County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the publics’ help in searching for Caleb M. Stone, 24. Stone is charged with numerous felonies and misdemeanors. Stone was recently seen in Rush County and is now believed to be traveling and/or living in South Carolina. He has a Rebel Flag tattoo located on his chest and a black mushroom tattoo located on his back. If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local law enforcement agency, our department at (812) 663-8125, or anonymously at (812) 222-TIPS (8477).
Press Association Ireland’s Shane Lowry looks to have secured a place in the Accenture Match Play Championship – and a possible clash with golf’s number one Rory McIlroy – by 0.0002 world ranking points. Winner of the 2009 Irish Open as an amateur and then last season’s Portugal Masters, Lowry will play in Tucson next week if Phil Mickelson confirms he is not going to be part of the 64-man field for the second year running. Swede Fredrik Jacobson needed to come seventh on his own at Pebble Beach if he was to push Lowry down to 66th in the world, but finished joint seventh when American Patrick Reed sank a birdie putt on the final green – and that after driving onto the rocks.
Stoke look set to make Senegal striker Mame Biram Diouf their second new signing of the summer. Press Association Sport understands former Manchester United player Diouf, 26, whose contract with German outfit Hannover is coming to an end, has been at the Potters’ training ground this week for talks with their manager Mark Hughes and chief executive Tony Scholes. Stoke on Thursday announced their first new recruit of the transfer window in Sunderland defender Phil Bardsley, secured on a three-year deal and officially joining the club on July 1 when his contract with the Black Cats expires. The acquisition of Diouf on a free transfer would see the end of a lengthy pursuit after Stoke believed they had agreed a fee last summer before the deal fell through. Hughes has for some time been interested in the frontman, who has netted 26 Bundesliga goals for Hannover since his switch to them from United in January 2012. He joined the Red Devils from Norwegian side Molde in 2009 and went on to make nine United appearances, scoring once, in all competitions. Part of the time during his Old Trafford stint he was back on loan with Molde, and he also spent the 2010/11 season on loan at Blackburn, for whom he scored six times, including a hat-trick in a 3-1 League Cup victory over Norwich. Meanwhile, Stoke have confirmed winger Matthew Etherington’s departure from the club. The 32-year-old, who has been with the Potters for five and a half seasons, is coming to the end of his contract and has not been offered a new deal. The Staffordshire outfit have, however, made an offer to their 37-year-old goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen. Defender Andy Wilkinson, whose contract was also set to expire at the end of June, has already agreed a new one-year deal with the option of a further 12 months. Press Association
Press Association McIlroy’s ongoing court case with his former management company put a strain on their relationship as McDowell was also represented by the same firm, but, with both players insisting that would not be a factor this week, McGinley revealed other concerns. “Both of them have assured me all along that there’s no issues and that’s the way I’ve always seen it,” McGinley told a press conference on Monday. “Whether they come together or not is another story. “Three or four months ago, I had a very strong view that they would have been, but the more I look at their statistics and the more I look at the different value I have with them, I’m thinking there may be value in not doing it. “If I don’t decide to play them, it would be for tactical reasons. They have played six Ryder Cup matches and they have only won two together (losing three and halving one). It’s not like these guys are written in stone. They are not a formidable fourball pairing that’s unbeatable (both wins have come in foursomes).” McDowell was the last member of the European team to arrive at Gleneagles on Monday afternoon, while McIlroy turned up on Sunday after a week off following the Tour Championship. Despite saying he was in need of a rest, the 25-year-old kept himself busy with various sponsorship and social events, but McGinley added: ” I don’t have any concern. He hit balls yesterday and got a real good break away from golf. “Resting doesn’t always necessarily mean lying in bed for the week or lying by the pool. I think getting out and doing different things he’s been doing, having fun, like going to the boxing the other day, and doing that Goals on Sunday (programme) too – those are things he enjoys doing. “He arrived yesterday afternoon, had a nice session with his coach and again this morning, so he’s fresh, he’s ready.” McIlroy and McDowell have been regular partners in team events since 2009, winning three of their four matches in the Seve Trophy and also representing Ireland in the World Cup that year and 2011. The Northern Irish duo have also played six times together in the Ryder Cup, including the very first match at Medinah two years ago, and would seemingly make an obvious pairing at Gleneagles. McIlroy was famously not ready for his singles match at Medinah two years ago, when a time-zone mix-up meant he needed to hitch a ride in a police car to get to the course with just 10 minutes to spare. Staying on site at Gleneagles should ensure there is no repeat this time – “They can roll out of bed to the first tee in five minutes,” McGinley joked – and the European captain has also learned another important lesson from 2012. “It was a big learning curve for us in a lot of ways,” the 47-year-old Dubliner added. “Sadly for me it was the first time in a team situation that we were really getting a wallop the first two days. “I learned a lot from (captain) Jose Maria Olazabal – the decisions he made and the structures he put in place to give us the best chance of getting out of the hole that we were in. Looking back on it now, it was a great experience. “The bottom line is, this is a very, very strong American team. The favourites tag is irrelevant as far as I’m concerned. We’re going to have to play really well to win this Ryder Cup. ” I think we’re slight favourites. We’re not overwhelming favourites. But we have been favourites before and I think our players have deserved it. I think it’s a situation to embrace. It’s not something to be afraid of or be ashamed of. The guys have worked very hard to be in the position they are.” McGinley revealed that there would be no ban on players using social media during the week, adding: ” The last few Ryder Cups that I’ve been involved in the policy was to be aware of what you’re doing and be aware of confidences to be breached and privacy. You have to trust the players at the end of the day.” European captain Paul McGinley insists Rory McIlroy will be fresh and raring to go when the 40th Ryder Cup gets under way at Gleneagles on Friday, but hinted that Graeme McDowell may not be alongside him when it does.