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No Man’s Land & Waiting for Godot, Starring Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellen, Extends & Changes Schedule

first_imgThe critically acclaimed hits No Man’s Land and Waiting for Godot currently running in repertory starring Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, have been extended through March 30 on Broadway. The limited engagement was slated to close March 2 at the Cort Theatre. Additionally, the final two weeks ending March 23 and March 30 have a modified schedule, with the number of Godot performances increasing to six and those of No Man’s Land decreasing to two. In addition to real life besties, Stewart and McKellen, Waiting For Godot and No Man’s Land stars Tony winners Shuler Hensley and Billy Crudup. Godot features Stewart as Vladimir, McKellen as Estragon, Crudup as Lucky and Hensley as Pozzo. No Man’s Land features Stewart as Hirst, McKellen as Spooner, Crudup as Foster and Hensley as Briggs. Star Files Waiting For Godot View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on March 30, 2014center_img Waiting For Godot tells the story of two wanderers who wait by a tree to meet with Godot, whom they hope will change their lives forever. No Man’s Land concerns two elderly writers who meet in a London pub and continue drinking through the night, until their relationships are exposed by the return of two younger men. Related Shows Ian McKellen Patrick Stewartlast_img read more

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Will Apple Silicon Lead to Affordable MacBooks in India?

first_imgFinally we talk about what we expect to see from Apple in the next year or so, which includes AirPods Studio, iMac Pro, Mac Pro, and much more. That’s all for this week’s episode of Orbital, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. This episode of Orbital focuses on the most recent Apple event, where the company unveiled the first Macs to make the switch from Intel processors to Apple’s M1 SoC. Apple enthusiast and friend of the podcast Preshit Deorukhkar joins host Pranay Parab to discuss this launch and what it means for India. We begin this episode by talking about the M1 chip and what this transition could mean for Apple, and those who use Macs. Next, we talk about macOS Big Sur, which has a lot of interesting new features. We then begin talking about the latest Macs and which of these products we want to buy.Preshit talks about the MacBook Air with the M1 chip, and why it makes sense for him, whereas Pranay discusses the pricing of Mac mini’s upgrades. This is where we mention why the Mac mini’s base variant could be a great choice for some people, and comment on the pricing of upgrading RAM and storage on Macs in India. Pranay starts configuring the Mac mini and shares his thoughts on the final price of the machine he wants, and whether he’s going to buy it. Next, we talk about the MacBook Pro with the M1 chip, and why it’s best to wait and watch what happens to other MacBook Pro models. The most prominent of these is the 16-inch device, which has not yet made the transition from Intel to Apple chips. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Arndale Action

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Internet, e-mail access interrupted early Tuesday

first_imgMechanical problems at an off-campus Information Technology Services data center Tuesday morning caused disruptions to Internet, Blackboard, phone and USC e-mail access across campus.“At approximately 7:45 a.m., an electrical problem in the university’s data center triggered the center’s fire suppression system and shut down the supply of power to multiple IT systems,” said ITS Director of Communications and Marketing Kevin Durkin. “The fire department was immediately notified and the building was evacuated.”Those who called ITS asking for assistance heard a recording acknowledging that there had been issues Tuesday morning.“This is Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 9:55 a.m. We are experiencing network outages and major system failures, including e-mail and website features. We have no ETA at this time,” the recording said.Most issues seemed to be resolved by 1 p.m., though some students still reported problems getting online.“As of this moment, e-mail, phone, Blackboard and most website service, including the main USC website services, have been restored and users can now connect to the wired network,” Durkin said at 1:15 p.m. “Wireless connectivity is available but some users may experience a delay or time-out.”Michelle Lim, a sophomore majoring in archaeology and narrative studies, said not having Internet access inconvenienced her in a geology class at 12:30 p.m., but the class was able to get online 15 minutes later.“I was in class and we had to download a data file from Blackboard, but it was down,” Lim said. “We normally download the file at the beginning of class, but we started late today.”Some students said they had trouble turning in homework.“Only three of the 11 students in my Italian class were able to do their homework,” said Chris Benassi, a sophomore majoring in biological sciences.ITS has been working to improve wireless coverage on campus, although the USC network sometimes varies in strength.“I came to campus to get work done this morning, but I couldn’t because the Internet was down,” said Michelle Ragsdale, a senior majoring in linguistics and psychology. “It was annoying, but it wasn’t the end of the world. I knew the Internet would be back eventually.”last_img read more

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