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Taylor Louderman Quits Ride the Cyclone

first_img Ride the Cyclone Related Shows Peter Pan Live!’s Taylor Louderman has departed the New York premiere of Ride the Cyclone “due to creative differences.” Performances of the MCC production began at off-Broadway’s Lucille Lortel Theatre on November 9; opening night is set for November 30. According to a production spokesperson, she has been replaced by Tiffany Tatreau as Ocean, who appeared in the role when the show played Chicago.”It was not an easy decision, but both the creative team and I felt it was the right one to make,” the actress tweeted. “I sincerely wish the show continued success, and I send my cast mates love and support.”The cast also includes Alex Wyse, Gus Halperfour, Lillian Castillo, Karl Hamilton, Emily Rohm and Kholby Wardell.Rachel Rockwell directs and choreographs the Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell musical, which follows a group of high school students who take a fatal ride on the Cyclone roller coaster.The limited engagement is scheduled to run through December 18. Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 28, 2016center_img View Comments Taylor Louderman(Photo: Bruce Glikas)last_img read more

How to pay school loans and save for retirement at the same time

first_img 19SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The best time to start saving for retirement is as soon as possible. By saving in your early 20s, you give your nest egg extra time to grow, potentially shaving years off how long you need to work.But before setting aside money for retirement, most feel the need to retire student loan debt. That’s easy to say but harder to do for millennials exiting college these days. Many are in the same boat as Nolan Grace, a 24-year-old who graduated from Purdue University with “very significant” loans. “It’s the biggest weight on my life right now,” he says.Luckily, Grace works for an employer—Austin-based software-services company BP3 Global Inc.—that helps him with loan payments in an increasingly popular way. BP3 uses a platform called Student Loan Genius to let it match as much as $100 per month in Grace’s debt payments, one of several companies offering similar benefits. Employees who work for Student Loan Genius customers have more than $61,000 in student loan debt on average, and their monthly payments are usually more than $500 a month.“We really like the effect it has on our ability to recruit,” BP3 Chief Executive Officer Scott Francis says. He explains that the benefit tends to get much more attention from college students than the company’s health-care and retirement offerings. And on Wednesday, Student Loan Genius is unveiling a novel product that may attract even more debt-laden graduates. continue reading »last_img read more

‘Jamu’ groups oppose House’s decision to import ingredients for ‘COVID-19 cure’

first_imgTwo organizations representing Indonesian jamu (herbal medicine) producers have objected to the reported importation of ingredients for traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) by the House of Representatives COVID-19 task force, saying that the same ingredients can be produced domestically.“I object to this, because Indonesia uses the [same] formula as the imported [TCM],” Dwi Ranny Pertiwi, who heads the Indonesian Jamu and Traditional Medicine Producers Group (GP-Jamu) said on Monday as quoted by kompas.com.Dwi said that the House task force had not coordinated with the Food and Drug Monitoring Agency (BPOM) in importing the TCM, which she claimed would be distributed to COVID-19 referral hospitals in Indonesia.Andre Rosiade of House Commission IV said that the task force had only imported two out of the 15 ingredients needed for the TCM, while the remaining 13 ingredients would be locally sourced.He also said that the formula for the herbal medicine had been developed by local TCM practitioners who had been granted permission to do so by the Health Ministry.“The task force is recommending the herbal drink because some have submitted statements that it can cure [COVID-19]. One member of the House, along with six members of his family, were exposed to the coronavirus and were said to have recovered after consuming the drink,” said Andre.Read also: Not all herbal drinks are healthy: ExpertsMeanwhile, Inggrid Tania, who chairs the Association of Indonesian Doctors for the Development of Traditional and Herbal Medicines (PDPOTJI), said that she had reviewed several Chinese journals and discovered that the imported ingredients were used to treat acid reflux disease, which Indonesians sometimes referred to as masuk angin, or the common cold.“We have many Indonesian herbs for masuk angin, so why would we need to import?” she added.Inggrid said that herbal medicines had not been clinically tested for use as COVID-19 therapy. Further, she stressed that no referral hospitals were using herbal products to treat patients with the disease.“We only have personal testimonials. Along with LIPI, [the Indonesian Institute of Sciences], UGM [Gadjah Mada University] and Kalbe Farma, we are planning to conduct clinical trials of several herbs for COVID-19 treatment,” she said. (syk)Topics :last_img read more