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Kristin Chenoweth Attempts a High-Five & Performs ‘Over the Rainbow’

first_img View Comments Star Files I’ve a feeling we’re not in Broken Arrow anymore. Tony and Emmy winner Kristin Chenoweth stopped by The Today Show on November 19 to talk her new live album, Coming Home, which features her take on several signature numbers from classic roles. The album was recorded during her hometown concert. “My parents were out there, people that saw me grow up, or I guess just grow somewhat,” jokes the 4’11” songstress. The On the Twentieth Century star also has difficulty high-fiving Savannah Guthrie. Maybe height affects depth perception? Cheno then performed her rendition of “Over the Rainbow,” complete with those high notes you know and love, as well as some good ol’ fashioned Broadway belting. Take a listen below!center_img Kristin Chenowethlast_img read more

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Safe Summer Biking

first_img* Wear the helmet flat on your head, not tilted back at an angle. Don Bower, a human development specialist with the University of Georgia ExtensionService, urges families to talk about how to bike safely. You can’t beat a summer day, a bike and a cool bottle of water. But too many bikersleave safety plans behind. The result is about 900 bicycle-related deaths and anotherhalf a million injuries treated in U.S. hospital emergency rooms every year. Your safety job isn’t over once you strap the helmet on. “The most important thing is to wear a helmet,” Bower said. “Using bicycle helmetsproperly can reduce head injuries by up to 85 percent.” * Get a helmet that fits snugly and doesn’t block your view. Bower said the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission suggests these bicyclehelmet safety tips: “Bikes can be fun and good exercise,” Bower said, “but only when you remember yourresponsibility as a safe rider.” “See and be seen,” Bower said. “Wear bright fluorescent colors during the day.Flashing rear lights help drivers see you. If you must ride at night, equip your bikewith a headlight and taillight, and wear reflective clothing.” * Make sure your helmet meets standards. Check the label. * Don’t use a helmet after it has been involved in an accident. It could be cracked.Destroy the helmet, get a new one or ask the manufacturer to inspect it to see if itneeds to be replaced. * Always wear the helmet with the chin strap firmly buckled. The strap should fitsecurely and stay fastened. No matter how hard you twist or pull, the helmet shouldstay on your head, and the strap should stay buckled and secure. Remember the rules of the road. Ride with the traffic, not against it. Be aware oftraffic around you. Obey traffic laws. Check your brakes, tires, gears and headlightregularly.last_img read more

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St. Nicholas announces Education Center groundbreaking

first_imgSunman, In. — St. Nicholas Catholic Church has announced a groundbreaking for a new Education Center groundbreaking Sunday, April 29th at 11:30 on the Church campus at 6459 E. St. Nicholas Drive in Sunman.As St. Nicholas School continues to reach new academic heights, the need for a new school building became apparent. The oldest facility is 137 years old and showing its age.“We are grateful for the sacrificial giving of donors and the pledges received that enable us to start groundbreaking for Phase 1- our Education Center,” commented Father Whittington, Pastor of St. Nicholas.The next step for St. Nicholas is to raise the funds to build Phase 2 – a Fellowship Center which will provide much-needed space for an updated and expanded kitchen and dining area, plus a new gym, stage, and multipurpose space.Years of planning, addressing road blocks, sacrificial giving, and the determination of this local parish are coming to fruition.last_img read more

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