first_img View Comments It’s been six years since Jonathan Groff, Skylar Astin and Lea Michele appeared together in the Tony-winning musical Spring Awakening, so it’s a huge treat to see them reunite all the way across the country in San Francisco! Michele tweeted this adorable “weekend getaway” photo of her two talented pals on October 21—since Spring Awakening, Groff’s gotten gigs on TV’s Glee, Boss and the forthcoming HBO series Looking, while Astin became a Pitch Perfect sensation on the big screen before joining the new TV series Ground Floor. Of course, Michele is also walking the halls of Glee’s McKinley High, and during this emotional time, it’s so great to be surrounded by her best friends. Check out this Hot Shot of the Spring Awakening stars, back together at last! Lea Michele Star Files Jonathan Grofflast_img read more

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first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Senate Labor & Commerce Committee took more than four and a half hours of public testimony on the House’s proposed income tax bill last night (Tuesday), hearing comments like… “I’m urging you not to compromise with the spend-crazy House that refuses to make one single cut. Do not succumb to the tantrums of our Governor that has opened offices in Houston on Tokyo for his ‘pipe’ dream of session.I know several people here that own small businesses. I see their struggles every day.For the past three years, students have been watching as their class sizes get bigger and services have been reduced. That’s why I’m asking you to pass a comprehensive fiscal plan that includes a broad-based revenue measure like HB 115.Science says any increase in taxes reduces growth. We’re in a recession. That is going to affect the Anchorage economy immediately.” Debate continues as the Democrat-led House and Republican-led Senate are yet to compromise on budget cuts or the proposed tax. Both bodies agree there must be some use of the Permanent Fund’s earnings.center_img The Senate Majority has vowed it will not pass an income tax bill this year. They claim that the 110-person Tax Division needed to administer the new tax would add at least 60 new positions, with immediate start-up costs estimated at $14 million.last_img read more

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first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 The fair will offer information sessions on cardiopulmonary resuscitation, first aid, how to turn off gas lines and the importance of a family communication plan. There will also be a children’s educational area to stress the importance of earthquake preparedness. Admission is free. All residents are welcome. For questions or more information, contact Public Safety Officer Shelli Henson at (661) 267-5170. PALMDALE – How-to information, educational presentations, suggestions and supplies will be offered at an earthquake preparedness fair hosted by the city’s public safety office. The event will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Poncitlan Square, on 9th Street East, south of Palmdale Boulevard. “Most people don’t realize that if they’re properly prepared for an earthquake, they are prepared for most natural disasters,” said Anne Ambrose, public safety manager. “Being prepared is very important for Palmdale residents since the city sits on the San Andreas Fault line.” Organizations that will participate include the American Red Cross, Palmdale Water District, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the Palmdale Sheriff Station’s Search and Rescue team, Community Emergency Response Team trainers and Los Angeles County Fire Department. last_img read more

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