CVPA to rejoice the brand new 12 months in fashion | Leisure




Tim Dionne, left, Kerry Gremp and Bruce Smit will give a “Musical Memories Concert” at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts on New Year’s Eve.




At last year’s Christmas party at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts in Münster, a fillet meal was on the New Year’s menu.

If you are looking for a festive way to celebrate the arrival of the year 2022, the Center for Fine and Performing Arts in Münster welcomes guests to a big event on New Year’s Eve.

CVPA presents its New Year’s Eve early-even dinner and its show from Friday at 5:00 p.m. The event, which takes place in the ballroom, includes dinner, dancing, and an early countdown to the New Year. The CVPA ballroom with its ornate chandeliers is specially decorated for the event.

Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and dinner starts at 6:00 p.m. with an early countdown at 9:00 p.m.

The evening celebrations, presented by Trama Catering at the CVPA, were specially planned as an early event so that night owls don’t travel too late into the evening.

The menu, under the direction of Chef Joe Trama, will be a four-course offer. Trama and his team prepare cream of asparagus soup; Winter salad with various salads, roasted butternut squash, feta cheese and champagne vinaigrette dressing; Filet mignon and boneless chicken breast, served with bearnaise sauce; swirled duchess mashed potatoes; green beans and rolls. For dessert, guests enjoy chocolate panna cotta with a frangelico cream sauce and a garnish of fresh berries.

A cash bar with specialty drinks is also available.

Ring in 2022 in type with dinner, dancing, household occasions | Leisure

We all agree that 2021 was not what we hoped for after a challenge in 2020. Even if we don’t want to bewitch ourselves, let’s say we are optimistic for 2022. What better way to start it than with a celebration? . Here are some options in town.

Let’s have a party

New Years Eve Cruise Ship 2022: Sail into the New Year with this cruise-themed spectacle from Elements Venue & Banquet Center and MG Events.

Walk the red carpet as the doors open at 6:00 p.m. for cocktails before the conversation begins at 6:30 p.m. with comedian KMitch, aka Kyle Mitchell, who hosts “The Saturday Switch” on Forge 103.9.

Mariachi Oro y Plata will perform during dinner from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

A couple ticket ($ 159.95) includes dinner for two with a choice of New York steak or grilled chicken breast, asparagus, buttered penne pasta, raspberry vinaigrette spring salad, garlic toast, a soft drink, and dessert. Admission also includes a champagne toast, souvenir lanyard, party supplies, and pozole at 1am

The seating is family-style and available in three areas: upstairs and in the lounge with eight tables each and in the main dining area with tables for 10 people. (If your larger group wants to sit together, one person will need to buy the tickets.)

Those who just came to dance can stop in time at 9:30 p.m. for the performances of the local party band Mento Buru and DJ Danny P from Groove 99.3 and DJ Nokturnal, who will play sets until 2 a.m.

The evening also features a $ 1,000 balloon filled with cash and prizes at midnight, party favors, a taco station, and a large photo booth with a photographer. Dance tickets are $ 45.

Elements Venue is located at 3401 Chester Ave., Suite H.

Stage door speakeasy: The Stars Theater Restaurant is dedicating its New Year’s Eve celebration to the theme of the “Great Gatsby” of the roaring 1920s.

Dress up in your best 1920s attire and enjoy an evening of live entertainment, including the Stage Door Speakeasy Band and Bethany Rowlee swapping the sea witch clothes from her final role as Ursula in “The Little Mermaid” for one to transform enchanted siren.

The evening also includes dancing, charcuterie and cocktails, which are available in the Stars Lounge.

Tickets are $ 30, $ 50 including charcuterie, available at bmtstars.com/portfolio-view/nyeve or by calling 661-325-6100 or visiting the box office at 1931 Chester Ave.

New Year’s “Decades Party”: The Padre Hotel invites guests to dance through the decades from 9:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Embrace your favorite time and dress in clothes of the time for this dance party. Each of its venues offers different options: music by Marlon Mackey on the outdoor terrace of the Prairie Fire, a DJ with a social atmosphere in Belvedere, a silent disco in Prospect and a midnight toast in Brimstone. A balloon will also be dropped at all indoor locations at midnight.

Entry to the event for ages 21 and older is $ 25 and includes access to all venues. visit thepadrehotel.com/play/events for tickets sold online by 12 noon on December 31. Inquire at the hotel about the day of purchase.

Those who want to stay overnight can book a room with packages from US $ 250 (plus tax) that include entry for two to the NYE party and a bottle of sparkling wine. Call 661-427-4900 to book.

The Padre Hotel is located at 1702 18th St.

New Year’s Eve 2022: The Tower Event Venue makes up for New Year’s Eve for a year with this event, which unites original members of the press band for just one night with Glenda Robles on vocals.

In addition, No Strings Attached (formerly Nu Standard) will perform with dance hits. In addition to the two bands, DJ Adam E will make the crowd dance with feel-good cumbias, old school, 90s and classics.

This event runs from 7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. at the Tower, 1200 Truxtun Ave.

The evening includes a full bar service, plus party favors, after-hour tacos and posole from Big Momma, plus a midnight toast and $ 1,000 balloon filled with cash and prizes.

Admission is $ 25 in advance at eventbrite.com or $ 30 at the door. VIP tables may still be available; Text 661-808-4279 with inquiries.

New Years Eve Party: Ring in 2022 with this country-style event, sponsored by Michelob Ultra, at Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace. Enjoy performances by Foster Campbell and Friends as well as the Stampede Band.

The guests have reserved seats and receive a four-course menu with party items and a champagne toast until midnight. (Dinner is served until 8:45 p.m.)

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. at the venue, 2800 Buck Owens Blvd.

Old Farts New Year’s Eve Potluck: God bless you, the Bellvedere Cocktail Lounge keeps its tradition alive for people who don’t intend to party until midnight – but want to party. The fun starts at lunchtime with the TCB Band playing from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the lounge at 3090 Brundage Lane. The free event includes an early champagne toast, party favors, and a potluck.

For all those who want to continue celebrating, the Bellvedere 2022 will ring in with Elevation 406, which will appear from 9 p.m. with a countdown break and champagne toast. Call 661-325-2139 for more information.

And finally, Tommy Castro & The Painkillers will take the audience on a world records blues adventure in part 104 of the venue’s ongoing No Stinkin ‘Service Charge blues series. (See the sidebar for more information.)

Fine dining

New Years Eve Celebration: The Kitchen Downtown offers a “Culinary Review of the Year” with a five-course menu with highlights from the menus it served at events in 2020.

The first course is a coconut-curry-carrot soup from the Tiki-Ko-To-Go dinner in April; followed by pipérade and eggs, followed by a June meet-your-grower dinner with Ayden’s eggs. The third course from a tasting menu by head chef Richard Yoshimura in June is Mentaiko pasta with prawns, miso butter and shiso.

For starters, enjoy a steak and strata from a meet-your-grower dinner in August with Blue Magnolia Bread Co.

Finish your meal with a crispy chocolate and hazelnut cake from Yoshimura’s October tasting menu.

Dinner is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at The Kitchen, 1317 20th St.

The cost is $ 85 per person with an optional wine pairing for $ 45.

New Year’s three-course dinner: The Petroleum Club in Sundale serves a gourmet menu along with the brand new Blanc de Noirs sparkling wine from Tlo Wines.

Costs vary by entree, with options like vegetable tortellini ($ 43), garlic mushroom chicken ($ 48), crab-stuffed salmon ($ 53), filet mignon ($ 60), and surf and turf ($ 72) with tenderloin and garlic shrimp. Each meal includes a first course Phoenix Club Salad with toasted pears, chevre, dried cranberries, glazed walnuts, and champagne vinaigrette; and a chocolate tuxedo cake dessert.

The event will take place at the Petroleum Club, Sundale, Sundale Ave 6218, from 4pm to 10pm. The champagne toast is celebrated at 9 p.m. in New York time

“Through the decades” New Year’s Eve party: If you fancy a road trip, head to Cuyama Buckhorn’s Fete, which celebrates a different decade every hour of the night from 5:00 p.m. until the ball drop. (Note: the roadside resort is fully booked, but the public are invited to dine and enjoy the party at the Buckhorn restaurant.)

Starting with the 1950s, every hour of the night music from every decade, an iconic film of the time (played on silent) and specialty drinks from every era and its trends is shown.

The Buckhorn Restaurant serves its usual dinner menu along with three seasonal specialties: smoked 3H Cattle Co. Waygu Beef Meatloaf, a nod to the 1950s, served with lobster mac and cheese, roasted carrots, and barbecue sauce; fried Brussels sprouts salad with Cuyama Valley Orchards apples, pistachios, smoked cheddar, watercress, house bacon and balsamic vinaigrette; and pomegranate crème brûlée, a lucky New Year dish with pistachio biscotti. These dishes can be ordered together for $ 60 or a la carte.

The Cuyama Buckhorn is located at 4923 Primero St. in New Cuyama. Call 661-766-2825 or visit cuyamabuckhorn.com for more details.

New Year’s Lunch: The guild house will hold its last special event of the year with a lunch ($ 30) that starts with French onion soup. As a starter, a sliced ​​roasted New York strip steak is served with bluegrass sauce, potato gratin and fresh green beans. The dessert consists of white chocolate raspberry cheesecake.

Lunch is served from 11.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. in the volunteer-run restaurant, 1905 18th St.

Call 661-325-5478 to reserve your spot.

The proceeds from the guild house will benefit the Henrietta Weill Memorial Child Guidance Clinic & Adult Behavioral Health, a psychiatric facility for children and families that opened in 1946.

For the family

New Years Eve 2022: Take the family for a day or night of bowling to ring in the new year at Bowlero in southwest Bakersfield.

Book a two-hour slot on December 31 (from 12:00 noon) or January 1 (from 2:30 pm) for the NYE package ($ 23.99 per person), which includes unlimited bowling, shoe rentals, and the unique cheese menu or pepperoni Pizza, cheese dipper, pretzel dipper, french fries and salsa, Caesar salad and cookies.

Those who want nightly bowling can opt for the NYE Ball Drop ($ 37.99 per person) from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. on December 31, the four hours of bowling, shoes, a unique menu (see above plus spring rolls) and a champagne or sparkling apple cider includes toast.

Bowlero is located at 3610 Wible Road.

Late night skating: On New Year’s Eve, Skateland organizes an early (10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.) and a late skate (7:30 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.). The cost for the evening session is $ 14, including the quad skate rental. Call 661-831-5567 for more information and New Year’s Eve morning prices.

Skateland is located at 415 Ming Avenue.

New Years Eve Party in NYC: John’s Incredible Pizza will usher in East Coast Time in 2022 with its buffet, games, party favors and more.

The cost is $ 29.99 for buffet and drinks, unlimited rides, 75 credits, and New Years hat and lightbulb; $ 39.99 for buffet and drinks, unlimited rides, 200 credits, and New Years Eve accessories. Book by December 26th for 20 additional credits.

John’s is located on 3709 Rosedale Highway.

AMC Leisure (AMC) Q3 2021 earnings

The AMC Burbank 16 and the Batman bronze statue in Downtown Burbank.

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Shares in AMC entertainment lashed Monday’s extended trading after the company posted a smaller-than-expected loss in the third quarter.

Here’s what the company said, relative to Wall Street expectations, based on an analyst survey by Refinitiv:

  • Loss per share: 44 cents vs. 53 cents expected
  • Revenue: Expected $ 763.2 million versus $ 708.3 million

AMC posted a net loss of $ 224.2 million, or 44 cents per share, for the third quarter. That loss is well below the $ 905.8 million, or $ 8.41 per share, that they lost in the year-ago period. According to Refinitiv, analysts had expected a loss of 53 cents per share.

The cinema chain reported revenue of $ 763.2 million, surpassing the $ 708.3 million analyst had expected.

The company’s shares initially rose after the results were released. However, as of 5:20 p.m. ET, shares were down 4.3%. AMC stock was the focus of this year’s meme stock frenzy, rising more than 2.025% in 2021.

AMC said all of its domestic cinemas were open on September 30th, as was 99% of its international theaters. The cinema chain found that it welcomed 40 million guests again in the US, Europe and the Middle East in the third quarter thanks to new blockbuster titles and rising vaccination rates.

During the quarter, the company posted entry revenue to $ 425.1 million from $ 62.9 million in the year-ago period. Food and beverage sales also rose to $ 265.2 million from just $ 29.1 million year over year.

Still, AMC’s operating expenses exceeded revenue, causing the company to post a loss for the quarter.

“Our financial results continue to improve,” said CEO Adam Aron in a statement on Monday. “You can see and feel that our industry and our company are on the way to recovery and improvement. That is why we are optimistic.”

“However, despite this good news, we are still not where we want and need to be,” he said. “We would like to emphasize that nobody should be under the illusion that there are not more challenges ahead of us. The virus continues to accompany us, we have to sell more tickets in the coming quarters than in the previous quarters. “Quarter, and the adjusted EBITDA is still well below the level before the pandemic.”

At the end of the third quarter, AMC had more than $ 1.8 billion in liquidity, including cash and undrawn revolving credit lines. Aron said the company doesn’t expect to have to borrow under these lines of credit in the next 12 months.

This liquidity has allowed AMC to explore and integrate new revenue streams. The company has already acquired new theater rentals, started offering new content such as concerts and sporting events, and it expands into popcorn retail.

This is the latest news. Please check again for updates.

Winnie Harlow loves to modify up her type with wigs | Leisure

Winnie Harlow loves wearing wigs to express her different styles.

The 26 year old model’s career means changing her look forever, so wearing a hairpiece is the best way for her to change her hair while protecting her natural curls.

Speaking to Us Weekly, she said, “The ability to change my hair all the time is a big part of my life because I never get bored.

“I experience so many different looks and try new things and I think that’s what life is all about … I like to wear wigs so I can achieve all the looks my career brings, expressing different styles and mine at the same time can protect natural hair. “

Winnie recently announced that she is excited to see New York Fashion Week return in September and she can’t wait to see “Making The Cut” co-star Jeremy Scott on Moschino.

She said, “I’m going for Jeremy. Everything stopped and it was nice to take a breather, but we’re ready to get back into the flow.”

Jeremy and Winnie joined as judges on ‘Making The Cut’ this year and Winnie was impressed with the Amazon show’s commitment to diversity.

She said, “From everyone who filmed to the models they chose, not only were they different in race and creed, but also in size. It was important to the designers to make sure their clothing would fit multiple sizes . “

That’s leisure! ‘Tables and Spreads’ make it simple to be a star party-planner

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Astrologische Lebensstilberatung ist wieder auf dem Vormarsch, wurde mir gesagt. Und es ist gut zu wissen, dass, wenn sich der Mond im siebten Haus befindet und Jupiter auf Mars ausgerichtet ist, dann Frieden die Planeten leiten wird und wir alle instinktiv wissen, wie man Essen, Trinken und die gesamte Ausrüstung für eine perfekte Party zubereitet, nein egal zu welchem ​​Anlass.

Aber bis diese astrale Ausrichtung eintritt, gibt es eine geerdetere Unterstützung. „Tables and Spreads: A Go-To Guide for Beautiful Snacks, Intime Gatherings and Inviting Feasts“ ist eine inspirierende Bereicherung für jeden, der darüber nachdenkt, eine Party mit Stil zu veranstalten. Shelly Westerhausen Worcel ist eine Autorin/Fotografin, die mit ihrem Blog über fleischfreie Lebensmittel Vegetarian ‘Ventures (www.vegetarianventrues.com). Dies ist ihr zweites Buch über Home Entertainment. Ihr erster, der Bestseller „Platters and Boards“, konzentrierte sich auf Rezepte und die Oberflächen, auf denen sie serviert werden konnten. „Tables and Spreads“ erweitert das Gespräch und enthält alle Elemente, die erforderlich sind, um einen schönen, köstlich kuratierten Tisch für eine visuell zusammenhängende Themenveranstaltung für fast jeden Anlass zu kreieren und zu gestalten.

Das Buch ist sauber in zwei Teile gegliedert. Die erste ist ein enzyklopädisches Kompendium rund um das Thema Unterhaltung, einschließlich Zeitplänen, die zwei Wochen vor der Veranstaltung beginnen und damit enden, dass Sie ruhig und glücklich spazieren, um Ihre Gäste zu begrüßen und einen Drink anzubieten, nachdem Sie sich nur einen kurzen Moment Zeit genommen haben, um Ihre Pracht zu bewundern Weidetisch (ja, das ist ein unüberspringbarer Schritt). Wenn zwischendurch etwas übersehen wird, konnte ich es nicht finden.

Beginnen Sie mit den 5 Qs, die Ihnen helfen, Ihren Spread zu wählen und zu skalieren. Folgen Sie dann den zahlreichen skurril illustrierten Diagrammen und üppigen Fotos, die Sie zu den entsprechenden Speisen und Rezepten führen, Servierplatten, Utensilien, Bettwäsche, Musik, Blumenarrangements, Kerzen (nie parfümiert!), Käsemesser, Farbthemen, Glaswaren und Beilagen. bis hin zu DIY-Themen-Party-Picks und den verschiedenen Möglichkeiten, Fleisch für eine elegante Plattenpräsentation zu falten. Worcel liefert einen Tsunami an Informationen und bietet gleichzeitig ein Rettungspaket an. Sie sagt: „Ich habe Ihnen mehr Informationen gegeben, als Sie jemals brauchen werden, damit Sie auswählen können, was Sie zusammenstellen möchten: Brotaufstriche, Bretter, Platten oder Tische, die Sie stolz und glücklich machen – und nie hungrig! ”

Teil 2 besteht aus Spread-Themen und Rezepten. Es gibt 21 davon, von einem einfachen Dips-Dinner bis hin zu einem aufwendigen Thanksgiving-Dessertbuffet. Jeder enthält spezifische Styling-Notizen, Rezepte und einen Vorschlag für die Getränkepaarung. Sie können auswählen und auswählen oder sogar mischen und kombinieren, aber echte Herausragendes sind einige der interaktiven Spreads. Wir haben unten fast eine ganze Strecke für Sie zum Probefahren in der Rezeptabteilung eingefügt. Der Blumenkohl mit knusprigem Quinoa-Topping in Salatbechern ist cremig, erdig, knackig und würzig; sautiertes Gemüse und Getreide, umhüllt von frischem, weichem Buttersalat, mit zusätzlichen Gewürzen und Beilagen, um Ihr Gericht zu verfeinern.

Und als kleine Anspielung auf die Saison haben wir ein Rezept für Blackberry Hibiscus Limeade aus der Summer Limeade Party der Schule hinzugefügt. Sie können Ihren Gästen eine farbenfrohe Platte mit Obst und Kräutern anbieten – geschnittene Zitrusfrüchte, Beeren, Thymian, Minze –, damit Ihre Gäste ihre Getränke individuell gestalten können, wie es Worcel tut. Aber Sie müssen das Buch kaufen, um die Pierogi-Party zu erleben. Alle Rezepte und zusätzliche Coachings für dich und deine Freunde, um Kartoffel-Sauer-Sahne, Spinat-Feta und zum Dessert Pflaumen-Cheesecake-Piroggen, frisch und scharf, für euch selbst zuzubereiten.

Der Mond besucht etwa zwei von 28 Tagen das siebte Haus, und Jupiter richtet sich etwa alle zweieinhalb Jahre mit dem Mars aus. Sie können also Ihren lokalen Astrologen nach der besten Zeit für die Planung eines Ereignisses fragen, aber die bessere Wette ist es, “Tabellen und Spreads” zu erhalten. Wenn Sie nur ein Stubenhocker sind, ist es eine unterhaltsame Lektüre, und wenn Sie tatsächlich unterhalten möchten, werden Sie Ihren Glückssternen danken. Es ist eine inspirierende, unterhaltsame und beruhigende Ressource, die verfügbar ist, wenn Sie es sind.

Rezepte

Eine von Worcels Versammlungen, obwohl sie „Ladies Night Lettuce Wraps“ heißt, ist für jedes allgemeine Gruppentreffen geeignet. Es ist ein leichtes, aber zufriedenstellendes, einfaches, unterhaltsames, interaktives Essen mit zwei Rezepten. Eine gemahlene Hühnchen-Alternative zum Blumenkohl im Rezept unten für alle Fleischfresser anzubieten, die unter den Gästen lauern, ist ein Hinweis auf die geniale einfache Inklusivität des Buches.

Es gibt viele wertschöpfende Details in dem Buch, aber dies ist im Grunde eine Mahlzeit, die Sie selbst einpacken. Mit einem süßen oder halbtrockenen Weißwein servieren; Worcel schlägt einen Riesling oder Chenin Blanc vor, um die Gewürze in den Rezepten zu ergänzen. Zusammen mit dem Blumenkohl und knusprigem Quinoa eine Platte mit Buttersalat – Blätter gewaschen und getrennt – für Wraps sowie Schüsseln mit Toppings bereitstellen: Sojasauce, geröstetes Sesamöl, Sesam, Paprikaflocken oder Chili-Knoblauch-Sauce, Frühlingszwiebeln , Koriander und Limettenspalten, um den Aufstrich zu vervollständigen.

Blumenkohlsalat-Wraps (Foto mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Chronicle Books)

Ingwer Sesam Blumenkohl

Diese mit Gemüse gefüllte Füllung kommt in nur wenigen Minuten zusammen und ist ein absoluter Publikumsliebling! Überspringen Sie nicht das Rösten der Sesamsamen, da sie zusammen mit der knusprigen Quinoa den dringend benötigten Crunch hinzufügen (Rezept unten).

Dient 4 als Hauptgericht oder 6-8 als Vorspeise/Snack

3 Teelöffel Erdnuss- oder Olivenöl

1 Kopf Blumenkohl, gewaschen und in kleine Röschen geschnitten

½ Tasse gefrorene Erbsen (60 Gramm)

1 Karotte, in dünne Scheiben geschnitten

3 Esslöffel Tamari oder Sojasauce

1 Esslöffel Tahin

1 Esslöffel Honig

2 Teelöffel Chili-Knoblauch-Sauce

1 Teelöffel Reisessig

1 Knoblauchzehe, gehackt

½ Teelöffel geriebener frischer Ingwer

2 Teelöffel frisch gepresster Limettensaft

1 Esslöffel gerösteter Sesam

In einer großen Pfanne bei mittlerer Hitze 1 Teelöffel Öl erwärmen. Fügen Sie die Blumenkohlröschen hinzu und braten Sie sie 2 Minuten lang oder nur bis der Blumenkohl leicht weich wird. ¼ Tasse Wasser hinzufügen, abdecken (den Deckel leicht geöffnet lassen, damit der Dampf entweichen kann) und 2 Minuten dämpfen lassen. Die Erbsen dazugeben und weitere 2 Minuten dämpfen oder bis der Blumenkohl sich leicht mit einer Gabel einstechen lässt.

Aufdecken und 30 Sekunden anbraten oder bis das meiste Wasser verdunstet ist. Fügen Sie die restlichen 2 Teelöffel Öl und die Karotte hinzu und braten Sie sie 5 Minuten lang oder bis die Karotte anfängt, braun zu werden.

Währenddessen in einer kleinen Rührschüssel Tamari, Tahini, Honig, Chili-Knoblauch-Sauce, Reisessig, Knoblauch und Ingwer verrühren. Gießen Sie die Mischung in die Pfanne und werfen Sie das Gemüse herum, bis es vollständig mit der Sauce bedeckt ist. Kochen lassen, das Gemüse oft schwenken, bis die Sauce eingedickt ist und die meiste Feuchtigkeit verkocht ist, weitere 3 bis 5 Minuten. Vom Herd nehmen und den Limettensaft hinzufügen. Mit Sesam bestreuen und sofort servieren.

Fleischfressende Option (mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Worcels Partner Wyatt, der bei vielen Rezepten der Fleisch-„Pairer“ ist): Ersetzen Sie den Blumenkohl durch 1 Pfund (455 Gramm) gemahlenes Hühnchen. Fügen Sie das Hühnchen gleichzeitig mit dem Blumenkohl hinzu, kochen Sie es jedoch 3 Minuten lang. Mit dem Rest des Rezepts wie angegeben fortfahren.

Knusprige Quinoa

Obwohl ich empfehle, dies als Topping auf diesen Salat-Wraps zu verwenden, ist diese knusprige Quinoa auch immer großartig auf Salaten und Tacos! Quinoa wird nach dem Backen knusprig, also mach dir keine Sorgen, wenn es noch etwas Feuchtigkeit hat, wenn du es aus dem Ofen nimmst.

Für 8 als Belag

1 Tasse (180 Gramm) Quinoa, gespült

¼ Tasse (60 Milliliter) Tamari oder Sojasauce

1 Esslöffel Olivenöl,

2 Teelöffel Chili-Knoblauch-Sauce

1 Teelöffel Reisessig

½ Teelöffel gemahlener Ingwer

In einem mittelgroßen Topf bei starker Hitze 2 Tassen Wasser zum Kochen bringen. Nach dem Kochen die Quinoa dazugeben und die Hitze auf niedrige Stufe reduzieren. Abdecken und 15 Minuten köcheln lassen. Vom Herd nehmen und abgedeckt weitere 10 Minuten ruhen lassen oder bis die meiste Flüssigkeit aufgesogen ist. Quinoa mit einer Gabel auflockern.

In der Zwischenzeit den Backofen auf 375 Grad vorheizen und ein Backblech mit Backpapier auslegen. In einer mittelgroßen Rührschüssel Tamari, Olivenöl, Chili-Knoblauch-Sauce, Reisessig und Ingwer verrühren. Quinoa in eine Rührschüssel geben und umrühren, bis sie vollständig mit der Sauce überzogen ist. Quinoa gleichmäßig auf dem vorbereiteten Blatt verteilen. Unter Rühren 25 bis 35 Minuten backen, bis der Großteil der Quinoa gebräunt ist und sich die Quinoa nicht mehr nass anfühlt. Aus dem Ofen nehmen und vor dem Servieren abkühlen lassen.

Limeadeplatte

Limeade-Platte zur Sommersonnenwende. (Foto mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Chronicle Books)

Limeade aus schwarzem Hibiskus

Suchen Sie nach getrocknetem Hibiskus in Lebensmittelqualität entweder in der Teeabteilung oder in der Kräuterabteilung Ihres örtlichen Lebensmittelgeschäfts (oder online).

Ergibt 6 Getränke

1 Tasse (200 Gramm) Zucker

6 Tassen (1,4 Liter) Wasser oder 5 Tassen (1,2 Liter) Wasser und 1 Tasse (240 ml) Sprudelwasser

1 Tasse (120 Gramm) Brombeeren

¼ Tasse (10 Gramm) getrocknete Hibiskusblätter

2,5 cm großes Stück frischer Ingwer, geschält und gerieben

1 Tasse (240 Milliliter) frisch gepresster Limettensaft (aus ca. 12 mittelgroßen oder 16 kleinen Limetten)

1 Limette, in Scheiben geschnitten

In einem kleinen Topf bei mittlerer Hitze den Zucker, 1 Tasse Wasser, die Brombeeren, Hibiskusblätter und Ingwer verquirlen. Zum Köcheln bringen und verquirlen, bis sich der Zucker aufgelöst hat. 1 Minute köcheln lassen, abdecken und vom Herd nehmen. Vollständig abkühlen lassen und dann abseihen. Entsorgen Sie die Feststoffe. Nach dem Abkühlen mischen Sie den abgesiebten einfachen Sirup mit dem Limettensaft und den restlichen 5 Tassen Wasser (oder 4 Tassen, wenn Sie Mineralwasser verwenden). Abgedeckt mindestens 2 Stunden im Kühlschrank ruhen lassen. Wenn Sie servierfertig sind, fügen Sie 2 Tassen Eis, die Limettenscheiben und, falls verwendet, Mineralwasser hinzu. Rühren und servieren. Der einfache Sirup kann bis zu 1 Woche im Voraus zubereitet und in einem luftdichten Behälter im Kühlschrank aufbewahrt werden.

A look at N.J. leisure this weekend (July 9-11)

WHAT’S HAPPENING? Here is a small selection of events in the area – some in person, others online – that you might want to try out over the coming days.

Members of the American Symphony Orchestra give an open air concert at the Morris Museum in Morristown on Sunday, July 11th.Fat Jack

Art museums

JULY 10

MORRISTOWN “Dig It, Plant It, Eat It” Family Saturday, hands-on gardening, guided tour of the museum’s historic rooms and art project for 4-10 years accompanied by adults, 10 am, Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, 45 Macculloch Ave. Registration required. maccullochhall.org, 973-538-2040, diam. 11.

JULY 11

MORRISTOWN Presidential Memorabilia – Jefferson to FDR, Second Saturday Personal Presentation, 1:30 pm, Morris County Historical Society, Acorn Hall, 68 Morris Ave. $ 4- $ 10. morriscountyhistory.org, 973-267-3465.

comedy

JULY 10

NEWARK Mike Marino, 8:00 p.m., New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Victoria Theater, 1 Center St. $ 35. njpac.org, 888-466-5722.

ROSELLE Central Jersey Comedy Showcase hosted by Comedy Therapy, 8:00 p.m., Central Park Restaurant, 2401 N. Wood Ave. $ 20 and at least two items. eventbrite.com/e/158189144991, 848-391-8808.

To dance

JULY 9

WILDWOOD Dance Xplosion National Dance Finals, 7 am-11pm, also July 10th, 7 am-11pm Wildwoods Convention Center, 4501 Boardwalk. danceexplosiontalent.com, 516-781-3400.

Trade fairs / festivals

JULY 9

EAST RUTHERFORD State Fair Meadowlands, entertainment, rides, gambling, and other amusements, 3pm – 1am, also July 10th, 2pm – 1am; July 11, 2:00 p.m. to midnight, State Fair Meadowlands, 50 Route 120. $ 15- $ 35; online purchase only. njfair.com, 201-355-5911.

MILLTOWN North Brunswick Youth Sports Festival, horse rides, pig races, aerial acrobatics, motorcycle stunt show, magic show, food, vendors, fireworks on July 4th and 10th, 6pm – midnight, also July 10th, 3pm – midnight; July 11, 3 p.m. – 11 p.m. David B. Crabiel Park, Route 1. $ 7- $ 25. nbysf.com. Registration required.

WEST LONG BRANCH Monmouth University Music & Arts Festival, virtual performance by members of the Garden State Philharmonic for civil war music, Dixieland, ragtime and jazz, with solos by the Monmouth University Chamber Choir, the Blue Hawk House Band and a reading by former US -American musician poet award winner Natasha Trethaway, Monmouth University, Pollak Theater, 400 Cedar Ave. Free of charge, but registration required. monmouth.edu/mca/festival/, 732-263-6889.

WEST WINDSOR LEAD Fest State Fair, rides, live music and other entertainment, followed by fireworks on July 3rd and 4th, 5-11pm and 10-11am. July, 1 pm-11pm Mercer County Park, 1638 Old Trenton Road. $ 5 to $ 8. mercercountyparks.org, 609-799-6141.

JULY 10

JEFFERSON Jefferson Fest, food truck festival with music, fireworks, 5-11pm, Jefferson Township High School, 1010 Weldon Road, Oak Ridge. jeffersonarts.org, 973-697-2032.

music

JULY 9

EATONTOWN Grace Potter, Count Basie Center “Concert on the Green”, 7:30 pm and July 10th, 7:30 pm Suneagles Golf Club, 2067 Tinton Ave. at Fort Monmouth. $ 45- $ 89. thebasie.org, 732-842-9000.

MILLBURN Brookside Cabaret, outdoor live performance with optional fixed-price dining at FM Kirby Carriage House Restaurant, 7:30 pm, Paper Mill Playhouse, 22 Brookside Drive. $ 20- $ 35 and $ 20- $ 30 food / drink minimum. papermill.org, 973-376-4343.

JULY 10

BEDMINSTER Whitehouse Wind Symphony, Free Field of Honor concert with patriotic selections, rock and jazz medleys, noon, Jacobus Vanderveer House, River Road Park, 955 Route 202/206 South. whitehousewindsymphony.org, 908-534-6662.

MADISON Nat Adderley Jr. Trio, 5 p.m., also July 10, 8 p.m. Shanghai Jazz Restaurant and Bar, 24 Main Street. At least $ 40 food and drink. shanghaijazz.com, 973-822-2899.

JULY 11

EATONTOWN Salat, Count Basie Center “Concert On The Green,” 7:30 pm, Suneagles Golf Club, 2067 Tinton Ave. at Fort Monmouth. $ 49.50- $ 69.50. thebasie.org, 732-842-9000.

ENGLEWOOD pianist Carolyn Enger, free concert “Vienna in Englewood – Music of the 1820s” with works by Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, John Field, Schubert and Chopin, 3 p.m., Black Box Performing Arts Center, 49 E. Palisade Ave. blackboxpac. de, 201-569-2070.

MORRISTOWN Members of the American Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Trio, open-air concert “Modernist Mexican Music and Margaritas”, 8 pm, Morris Museum, Normandy Heights Road 6. 50 USD for space for two guests by reservation only. morrismuseum.org, 973-971-3706.

OCEAN CITY Ocean City Pops, Grand Reopening Concert, 7 p.m., Ocean City Music Pier, Moorlyn Terrace at Boardwalk. $ 10. ocnj.tix.com, 609-399-6111.

OCEAN GROVE 67th Annual Choir Festival, free performances by choral singers from the eastern United States accompanied by the historic organ in the Great Auditorium, 7pm, Great Auditorium, 54 Pilgrim Pathway. oceangrove.org, 732-775-0035.

RED BANK Art Garfunkel, “In Close-Up”, 7pm, Count Basie Theater, 99 Monmouth St. $ 35- $ 89. countbasietheatre.org, 732-842-9000.

SPARTA Florian Schantz Jazz Combo, outdoor concert and lecture by band members on music, composers, instruments and jazz techniques, 4 p.m., Van Kirk Homestead Museum, 336 Main St. $ 15. vankirkmuseum.org, 973-726-0883.

STANHOPE Stanley Jordan, Plays Jimi, 7pm, Stanhope House, outdoor beer garden, 45 High Street. $ 38.50 USD. stanhopehousenj.com, 973-347-7777.

theatre

JULY 9

ENGLEWOOD Sam Shepard Play Festival, screenings of “The Unseen Hand,” “Cowboy # 2,” and “Back Bog Beast Bait,” 8pm, also July 11th 8pm Black Box Performing Arts Center, 49 E. Palisade Avenue $ 20. blackboxpac.com, 201-569-2070.

FLORHAM PARK “Snug”, outdoor production by Bonnie J. Monte Homage to the mechanic band from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, 8pm, also July 11th 8pm College of St. Elizabeth Greek Theater, 2 Convent Road (from Route 124.)). $ 40-45. shakespearenj.org, 973-408-5600.

HACKETTSTOWN “Forever Plaid”, musical about the other side of a pop singer group who died in a car accident, 8 pm, also July 10, 8 pm; July 11, 2 p.m. Centenary University, Sitnik Theater, Lackland Center, 400 Jefferson St. $ 22.50- $ 25.50. centenarystageco.org, 908-979-0900.

LAMBERTVILLE “Head Over Heels”, musical about the songs of the go-gos, 8 pm, plus July 10, 3 and 8 pm; July 11, 3 p.m. Music Mountain Theater, 1483 Route 179. $ 25. musicmountainheatre.org, 609-397-3337.

MIDDLETOWN “Shakin ‘the Mess Outta Misery”, open-air production by the Dunbar Repertory Company about the growing up of a young black girl in the 1960s in the south, 8 pm, also July 10, 8 pm; July 11, 4 p.m. Middletown Arts Center, 36 Church St. $ 20. https://middletownarts.org/shakin-the-mess-outta-misery, 732-706-4100.

MONTCLAIR “Brooklyn’s Bridge, a New Musical”, 8 pm Friday-Saturday, 3 pm Sunday, also 10-11. July; “Tasha, a protest piece”, 8 pm, also July 10, 8 pm; July 11, 3:00 pm, Montclair State University Theater and Dance Department “Virtual Spring Festival”. $ 10. peakperfs.org, 973-655-5112.

WOODBRIDGE “Kentucky Fried Calamari,” comedy about a country boy courting a city girl, 8 pm, also July 10, 8 pm; July 11th, 3 p.m. Avenel Performing Arts Center, Avenel Str. 150 in Avenel. $ 49.50. avenelarts.com, 732-314-0500.

JULY 10

ENGLEWOOD Sam Shepard Play Festival, screenings of “Fools for Love”, “Cowboy # 2” and “The Holy Ghostly”, 8 pm, Black Box Performing Arts Center, 49 E. Palisade Ave. $ 20. blackboxpac.com, 201-569-2070.

FLORHAM PARK “Comedy of Errors,” open-air performance by the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, 8:00 p.m., also July 11, 5:00 p.m. College of St. Elizabeth Greek Theater, 2 Convent Road (off Route 124). $ 40-45. shakespearenj.org, 973-408-5600.

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Melco Resorts & Leisure Broadcasts Share Buy and Award Program

MACAU, July 8th, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited (Nasdaq: MLCO) (“Melco” or the “Company”) announced today that it has launched a share purchase and incentive program to promote engagement and to honor the commitment of its employees and give eligible employees the opportunity to benefit from the company’s long-term growth.

The share purchase and rewards program applies to eligible employees who agreed to participate in the company’s voluntary vacation program in 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, one of a number of proactive cost control measures the company has undertaken in the face of the unprecedented Pandemic challenges.

As part of the Share Purchase and Rewards Program, an eligible employee will be invited to use a portion of their base salary to purchase and grant restricted shares during the term of the program, which runs from July 2021 to June 2022, to purchase and grant restricted shares to the Melco Resorts 2011 Share Incentive Plan a total of 200% of the base salary applicable at the time of grant. The maximum amount of blocked shares that can be issued under the share purchase and incentive program is less than 0.50% of the company’s total outstanding shares as of July 8, 2021.

Mr. Lawrence Ho, Chairman and CEO of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, said: “The Share Purchase and Award Program shows our recognition of the dedication and dedication our colleagues showed during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic last year. As the pandemic gradually subsides, we would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to all of our colleagues and ensure that they have a chance to benefit from the company’s long-term growth. Our colleagues are always the most important ingredient for future success. “

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains forward-looking statements. These statements are made in accordance with the “safe harbor” provisions of the US Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited (the “Company”) may also make forward-looking statements in its periodic reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), in its annual report to shareholders, in press releases and other written materials, and in oral statements their officers, directors or employees to third parties. Statements that are not historical facts, including statements about the company’s beliefs and expectations, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements involve inherent risks and uncertainties and a number of factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in any forward-looking statements. These factors include, but are not limited to, (i) the global pandemic of COVID-19 caused by a novel strain of the coronavirus and the ongoing impact of its effects on our business, industry and the global economy, (ii) growth in the gaming market, and Visitor numbers in Macau, the Philippines and the Republic of Cyprus, (iii) capital and credit market volatility, (iv) local and global economic conditions, (v) our anticipated growth strategies, (vi) gambling authority and other government approvals and regulations, and (vii) our future Business development, operating results and financial position. In some instances, forward-looking statements may include words or expressions such as “may,” “will,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “aim,” “aim,” “estimate,” “intend,” “plan,” “believe” , “Potentially”, “further”, “is / are likely” or other similar expressions. For more information about these and other risks, uncertainties, or factors, see the company’s filings with the SEC. All information in this press release is as of the date of this press release and the company undertakes no obligation to update this information unless required by applicable law.

The story goes on

About Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited

The company, whose American Depositary Shares are listed on the Nasdaq Global Select Market (Nasdaq: MLCO), is a developer, owner and operator of integrated resort properties in Asia and Europe. The company currently operates Altira Macau (www.altiramacau.com), an integrated resort in Taipa, Macau and City of Dreams (www.cityofdreamsmacau.com), an integrated resort in Cotai, Macau. The business also includes the Mocha Clubs (www.mochaclubs.com), which comprise the largest non-casino based electronic gaming machine operation in Macau. The company also majority-owned and operated Studio City (www.studiocity-macau.com), an integrated movie-style resort in Cotai, Macau. In the Philippines currently operates and manages a Filipino subsidiary of City of Dreams Manila (www.cityofdreamsmanila.com), an integrated resort in the Entertainment City complex in Manila. In Europe, the company is currently developing City of Dreams Mediterranean (www.cityofdreamsmed.com.cy) in the Republic of Cyprus, which is expected to be the largest and leading integrated resort in Europe. The Company currently operates a Temporary Casino, the first authorized casino in the Republic of Cyprus, and is licensed to operate four satellite casinos (“Cyprus Casinos”). After City of Dreams Mediterranean opens, the company will continue to operate the satellite casinos while the temporary casino ceases to operate. Further information about the company can be found at www.melco-resorts.com.

The company is heavily backed by its largest single shareholder, Melco International Development Limited, a company listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited and largely owned and run by Mr. Lawrence Ho, the Chairman and Executive Director, and Chief Executive officer of the company.

For the investment community, please contact:
Robin Yuen
Director, Investor Relations
Tel: +852 2598 3619
Email: robinyuen@melco-resorts.com

For media inquiries, please contact:
Chimmy Leung
Managing director, corporate communications
Tel: +852 3151 3765
Email: chimmyleung@melco-resorts.com

The Nordic Leisure Group (STO:NENT B) Share Value Is Up 29% And Shareholders Are Holding On

We believe that investing is smart because history shows that stock markets will rise over the long term. However, if you do choose to buy stocks, some of them will underperform. For example the Nordic Entertainment Group AB (public) (STO: NENT B) the stock price has risen over the past year, but its 29% increase is below the market return. Nordic Entertainment Group hasn’t been on the list for long so it’s not yet clear if it’s a long-term winner.

Check out our latest analysis for Nordic Entertainment Group

In his essay, The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville, Warren Buffett described that stock prices do not always rationally reflect the value of a company. A flawed but sane way of assessing how sentiment has changed around a company is to compare earnings per share (EPS) to its share price.

The Nordic Entertainment Group had really great EPS growth last year. This remarkable rate of growth, while unsustainable, is impressive nonetheless. We are not surprised that the share price has risen. Turning points like this are the best times for us to take a closer look at a stock.

Below you can see how EPS has changed over time (you can find out the exact values ​​by clicking on the picture).

OM: NENT B earnings per share growth July 8, 2021

We like that insiders have bought stocks in the past twelve months. Even so, future profits will be far more important to whether current shareholders make money. These free interactive report about the Nordic Entertainment Group Earnings, sales and cash flow is a great place to start if you want to further investigate the inventory.

Another perspective

Nordic Entertainment Group’s shareholders gained 29% over the course of the year. While it’s always nice to make a profit on the stock market, we find that the TSR was no better than the general market return of around 48%. The last three months have not been so friendly for the Nordic Entertainment Group, the share price only increased by 4.0%. It’s not uncommon to see a company’s stock price between updates to shareholders. I find it very interesting to look at the share price as a proxy for business development over the long term. But to really gain insight we need to consider other information as well. Take risks, for example – the Nordic Entertainment Group has 4 warning signs (and 2 who don’t sit well with us) We think you should know.

If you’re into buying stocks alongside management, then maybe you will love this free List of companies. (Note: Insiders bought them).

Please note that the market returns given in this article reflect the market weighted average returns on stocks currently traded on SE exchanges.

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MGA Leisure To Convey L.O.L. Shock! Model To Digital Collectable App VeVe

The partnership will experience the exciting world of LOL Surprise! Enter the world of digital collectibles and give fans the opportunity to collect their favorite LOL dolls and characters as exquisite 3D models that can be animated and interactive. This will be the first product produced on the VeVe platform for a younger audience.

Currently the only app of its kind, VeVes unique Mixed Reality adds a digital layer to the world around us, allowing fans to interact with their collection and bring their favorite toys and other collectibles to life. Fans can also share their own curated collections of photos, videos and virtual showrooms with their friends and the fan community through the app’s features.

“This is a very exciting step to partner with the world’s largest toy brand and we look forward to bringing fans a new and exciting way to play and get involved,” said David Yu, Co-Founder and CEO, VeVe. “With hundreds of thousands of satisfied adult fans, we look forward to creating offers for younger fans.

VeVe NFT’s digital collectibles are minted on the blockchain, which allows for immutable authentication record and allows fans to collect their digital products in a fun and engaging way. Since last December, the VeVe app has been downloaded more than 350,000 times and over 580,000 digital NFT collectibles have been sold to enthusiastic fans and is one of the top apps in the entertainment category in the Google App Store.

Earlier this year, VeVe announced its plans to be the first carbon neutral NFT platform and is committed to 100% carbon neutral NFTs by offering grants to nonprofit environmental organizations to raise funds for a good cause. The VeVe app also uses distributed ledger technologies which are known to be more energy efficient than the competitors in the market.

“We are very excited to be working with a company that, like MGA, creates unique opportunities to experience the world of fandom. The combination of technology with toys has been successful for us in the past and we look forward to even more success with VeVe. ”Says Isaac Larian, CEO & Founder of MGA Entertainment.

More details on LOL and other MGA collectible series, including the drop date, will be announced in the coming weeks.

To learn more about the VeVe app, please visit the official website Here.

About LOL / MGA entertainment:

Headquarters in Chatsworth, California, MGA Entertainment, the fastest growing entertainment products company for the past five years, makes innovative proprietary and licensed products including toys and games, dolls, consumer electronics, home décor, stationery, and sporting goods. The MGA family includes award-winning brands such as LOL Surprise ™, Little Tikes®, Bratz®, Rainbow High ™, Na! N / A! N / A! Surprise ™ and Zapf Creation®. Visit us in www.mgae.com.

About VeVe:

VeVe is a direct-to-consumer company based on the pop culture nexus, combining toys, games and collectibles to provide a unique way to experience the many worlds of fandom. Through technological innovations, VeVe makes new forms of content accessible to consumers. We see digital collectibles as a new class of collectibles that offer fans a new collecting experience and intellectual property owners the opportunity to explore new opportunities in the digital landscape.

The VeVe Digital Collectible app is available for both iOS and Android and will soon be available for desktop.

Find out more: VeVe.me

The VeVe Digital Collectible App is available for both iOS and Android.

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New theater firm broadcasts inaugural season | Leisure

Moonstone Theater Company has announced its inaugural season, which includes a Neil Simon comedy, a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, and a classic American play.

In a statement, Artistic Director Sharon Hunter said the company’s 2021-2022 season is focused on “mental health and its impact on individuals and their families.”

14.-31. October: “Jake’s Women” is Simon’s serious and comical account of a novelist and the women in his life. Directed by Edward M. Coffield.

February 17th – March 6th: “Proof”, by David Auburn, won a Pulitzer for this drama about a young woman, the daughter of a gifted mathematician. Director: Hunter.

May 19 – June 5: “The House of Blue Leaves”. Annamaria Pileggi directs John Guard’s critically acclaimed comedy about a frustrated songwriter.

Performances take place Thursday through Sunday at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center. Subscriptions and single tickets go on sale on August 14th. Additional Information: moonstonetheatrecompany.com.