Tony Winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson to Co-Star in TBS Pilot Opposite Ed Burns

first_img Currently starring in August Wilson’s How I Learned What I Learned off-Broadway, Santiago-Hudson won a Tony for his performance in Seven Guitars. His other Broadway credits include Stick Fly, Gem of the Ocean and Jelly’s Last Jam. How I Learned What I Learned Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 29, 2013 You have the right to remain silent! Tony winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson is jumping from AMC’s canceled cop drama Low Winter Sun into a new TBS pilot about cops in the 1960s entitled Public Morals, according to Deadline.com. Santiago-Hudson will co-star opposite The Wire’s Ed Burns in the new Steven Spielberg-produced drama. Set in 1967, the show follows Terry Muldoon (Burns) in the crooked New York City Public Morals Division, as he tries to remain a virtuous and respectable man, whilst teaching his family to do the same. Santiago-Hudson plays Lt. King on the drama, a hardcore but lovable lady-killer who is admired by the whole department.center_img Related Shows View Commentslast_img read more

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Coal cut-off line approved

first_imgINDIA: The government has approved the construction of a 108 km rail link between Kolhapur and Vaibhavwadi, for completion in 2023-24 at an estimated cost of Rs34·4bn. Connecting Central Railway’s current Shri Chhatrapati Shahumaharaj terminus at Kolhapur with Vaibhavwadi Road station on the Roha – Madgaon section of the Konkan Railway, the line is to be built by the Central Railway construction organisation, generating an estimated 2·6 million days of direct employment. The line would provide a direct connection between the growing industrial belt in the Miraj-Kolhapur region of Maharashtra and west coast ports south of Mumbai, avoiding the need to route freight trains through the busy hubs at Pune and Panvel. According to the government the link would be particularly important for the movement of thermal coal to power stations in northern Karnataka and southern Maharashtra. This is currently imported via JNPT, Krishnapatnam and New Mangalore, but could in future use the developing port at Vijaydurg, south of Ratnagiri.last_img read more

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