Landmark maps out a new future for property

first_imgHome » News » Landmark maps out a new future for property previous nextProducts & ServicesLandmark maps out a new future for propertyMetropix, Landmark and ETSOS services and products now one big familyNigel Lewis21st November 201601,234 Views Digital mapping company Landmark Information has consolidated all its businesses that provide services to estate agents into one division, it has been announced.Floorplan provider Metropix and its recently-launched leads generation tool SmartVal plus Landmark’s GoView digital OS mapping and Mouseprice portal have been added to last year’s acquisition ETSOS and bundled together.ETSOS offers ‘compliance in a box’ to agents for Consumer Protection Regulation and Anti-Money Laundering Regulations.Landmark, which has offices in Reading, Exeter and Brighton, also provides income generation tools via its conveyancing quotes service both for branch use and consumer-generated online referral leads.The new division will be called Landmark Estate Agency Services and be headed up by Phil Natusch who, until now, had been managing director of ETSOS. He founded the company in 2010 and it’s not surprising that Landmark should prize his skills and experience. ETSOS was profitable within a year of launching and, most recent records show for 2014, has a turnover of £12m.“By bringing together all of Landmark’s residential property services under one roof, we are now looking at ways of delivering new product and service initiatives for the benefit of our estate agency clients,” says Phil.“I am excited to be leading the new division and to working closely with our clients and other Landmark divisions on future developments to support the operations, management and growth of our client’s estate and letting agency businesses.”For those with longer memories than most in the industry, Landmark Information is headed up by Mark Milner who until 2012 was CEO of another DMGT business, the former Digital Property Group. Its portals FindaProperty.com and PrimeLocation were merged with Zoopla in 2013 to create ZPG.Landmark Information Metropix ETSOS November 21, 2016Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

USA: Independent Duty Corpsman First to Earn ESWS Qualification

first_img View post tag: ESWS Share this article View post tag: first View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Earn View post tag: Defence An independent duty hospital corpsman became the first Sailor assigned to the littoral combat ship USS Fort Worth (LCS 3) Gold Crew to earn the Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS) qualification, Sept. 9.Chief Hospital Corpsman Sloane E. Sall, assigned to Fort Worth’s Gold Crew, received her ESWS pin from Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Jonathan Greenert during an informal ceremony on board the ship.Greenert came aboard Fort Worth as part of a CNO counterpart visit where he escorted Adm. Wu Shengli, Commander of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (Navy), on a tour of San Diego-based Pacific Fleet units.A 17-year Navy Reserve full-time support (FTS) Sailor, Sall said the ESWS qualification was her first warfare pin as operational billets are not always readily available to FTS personnel.Sall, who has been working on the qualification since shortly after checking on board Fort Worth, said working her way through the ESWS qualification process helped her to learn more about the operational side of the Navy.“You just weren’t becoming familiar with the spaces, but learning how to operate equipment and read consoles,” said Sall, a native of Mount Vernon, Ohio. “[On the LCS platform] each crew member is involved in every evolution and casualty response, so you will have to learn to assist.”According to Sall, the LCS ship-specific deck, navigation and engineering portions of the qualification process took the most time to complete.“It was time intensive to walk each space with the subject matter expert,” said Sall. “It was imperative that you really took to heart the importance of their training because of our minimum manning on the LCS platform.”Sall said she joined the LCS program shortly after graduating from independent duty hospital corpsmen school and hopes to remain in and continue to serve the LCS community at the squadron/class level.Chief Fire Controlman (SW) Beth Simpson, Fort Worth’s Gold Crew ESWS coordinator, said it normally takes a Sailor about 18 months to earn the qualification due to acclimating to shipboard life, adjusting to the operational tempo and learning the skills of their rate.“The goal of the ESWS program is for Sailors to be proficient in all matters of surface warfare and instill a sense of heritage and naval tradition,” said Simpson, a native of Paw Paw, Mich. “I think it’s critical for each Sailor to have a broad understanding of each aspect of warfighting that we are capable of and the importance of each Sailor aboard our fine warships.”Simpson, who joined the LCS program in 2012, said Sall is the first to qualify for the ship’s Gold Crew and that only four Sailors from the ship’s Blue Crew have previously qualified.“We currently have 31 Sailors enrolled in the ESWS program; two more are initial qualifications and 29 are re-qualifications,” said Simpson. “The LCS program requires us to not only perform the duties of our rate, but of several rates to be successful.”Commissioned in 2012, Fort Worth is the third littoral combat ship delivered to the Navy and the second LCS of the mono-hull Freedom variant. The ship is homeported in San Diego where the crew is currently participating in training and certification exercises in preparation for future operations.[mappress]Press Release, September 12, 2013 USA: Independent Duty Corpsman First to Earn ESWS Qualification View post tag: Defense View post tag: Corpsmancenter_img View post tag: Duty Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Independent Duty Corpsman First to Earn ESWS Qualification View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navy September 12, 2013 View post tag: Independent View post tag: Qualification Training & Educationlast_img read more

New LCS Will be Named USS Oakland

first_img View post tag: News by topic New LCS Will be Named USS Oakland View post tag: LCS View post tag: Naval August 21, 2015 Share this article View post tag: USS Oaklandcenter_img View post tag: Navy View post tag: americas Authorities Back to overview,Home naval-today New LCS Will be Named USS Oakland US Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced Aug. 19 that the next Independence variant Littoral Combat Ship will be named USS Oakland (LCS 24).The ship will be named to honor the long-standing history its namesake city has had with the Navy.The future USS Oakland will be the third naval ship to bear the name. The first, commissioned in 1918, was largely used to transport cargo; the second, commissioned in 1942 during the height of World War II, was only in service for seven years, but was key in many antiaircraft missions in places such as Pearl Harbor, Marshall Islands, Pagan, Guam, Iwo Jima, Rota, Peleliu and Okinawa. After the war, Oakland performed two duty patrols off the coast of China before being decommissioned.A fast, agile surface combatant, the LCS provides the required war fighting capabilities and operational flexibility to execute a variety of missions in areas such as mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare and surface warfare.The ship will be built with modular design incorporating mission packages that can be changed out quickly as combat needs change in a region. These mission packages are supported by detachments that deploy both manned and unmanned vehicles, and sensors, in support of mine, undersea, and surface warfare missions.Oakland will be built by Austal USA in Mobile, Alabama. It will be 419 feet long and be capable of operating at speeds in excess of 40 knots.Image: US Navylast_img read more

STENDARDO, JAMES T., SR.

first_imgof Bayonne passed away on August 16 with his family by his side. Father of James Jr. of Jackson, NJ and David and his wife Melissa of Canton M.I. Grandfather of Brianne, Victoria, and Tyler. James is also survived by his sister Janet Turco of Princeton N.J. along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Mr. Stendardo worked as an Electronic Supervising Engineer for the N.J. Turnpike Authority, and is a proud Vietnam Navy Veteran. James served as the Exalted Ruler of the Elks 434 of Bayonne as well as their treasurer for nearly 20 years; Mr. Stendardo was a member of The ELCO Club of Bayonne, and a Champion Ballroom dancer at Arthur Murray in Highland Park. Funeral arrangements by DZIKOWSKI, PIERCE & LEVIS Funeral Home, 24 E 19th St.last_img read more

Troubled Ocean City Housing Authority to Undergo Reforms

first_imgBy Donald WittkowskiA sweeping management overhaul is planned at the Ocean City Housing Authority following a guilty plea in an embezzlement investigation involving its executive director and growing indications that the agency’s finances are in disarray.The authority’s six-member board is expected to take steps during its meeting Tuesday to reform the agency, including the hiring of a new interim executive director and authorization for a forensic audit to examine all finances dating to 2012. The board also plans to hire an accounting firm to conduct the authority’s 2017 audit.“I had suspicions that our finances were a mess,” said Bob Barr, who serves as chairman of the housing authority’s board and is also a city councilmanBarr plans to recommend the hiring of veteran housing official Jacqueline Jones to take over the authority on an interim basis. Barr said he has already spoken to the authority board members and they have indicated they will support Jones’ appointment.“I believe she is the best person to help us get our feet back on the ground and to dig us out of the big hole we are in,” Barr said in an interview Monday.Jones is the executive director of the Vineland Housing Authority and would take on the same role in Ocean City under a shared services agreement up for approval at Tuesday’s board meeting. As an interim executive director, Jones would be retained on a month-to-month contract amounting to $58,500 annually if she stayed the entire year, Barr said.Barr touted Jones’ qualifications, saying that she maintains an “excellent reputation” with officials at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. He also said Jones formerly helped to clean up the troubled finances of the Buena Housing Authority, giving her the experience to undertake a similar task in Ocean City.Bob Barr, chairman of the Ocean City Housing Authority, plans to recommend the hiring of a new interim executive director at the agency’s board meeting Tuesday.The Ocean City Housing Authority uses federal funds from HUD to provide affordable housing for low-income senior citizens, families and the disabled at its Pecks Beach Village and Bay View Manor facilities.On May 8, the authority’s executive director, Alesia Watson, pleaded guilty to one count of embezzling HUD funds to pay credit card bills for personal expenses.According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Watson misused two Ocean City Housing Authority credit cards to buy 69 MasterCard gift cards. The gift cards were used for personal expenses and were also shared by Watson with friends and family members, authorities said.Watson then used HUD funds administered by the housing authority to pay off the credit card bills associated with her purchase of the gift cards, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.Watson, 54, of Galloway Township, agreed to plead guilty in the case, admitting that between $6,500 and $15,000 was embezzled. She is scheduled for sentencing in federal court on Aug. 15 and faces a maximum penalty of one year in prison and a $100,000 fine.Barr said he and other housing authority board members were unaware that Watson had been under investigation until her guilty plea was announced last week.Starting in August 2013, Watson became the executive director of the Ocean City Housing Authority under a shared services agreement with the Brick Housing Authority, where she held the same position.Barr said the authority’s board plans to terminate the shared services agreement with Brick on Tuesday, effectively getting rid of Watson to make way for Jones.In March, Barr tried to have Watson removed after he grew suspicious of the authority’s finances, but was unable to win enough support then from his fellow board members.Before she was hired in Ocean City, Watson had four previous theft convictions, according to a report in The Press of Atlantic City. She resigned her position as executive director of the Atlantic City Housing Authority in 2007 after the paper disclosed her criminal past.Barr was unable to explain how Watson was hired in Ocean City, despite her previous theft convictions. He noted that he was not an authority board member at that time.Since taking charge as board chairman this year, Barr has been examining the authority’s finances. He said he was surprised to learn in April that the housing authority, “all of a sudden,” owed an additional $141,000 to the city.In all, the housing authority owes the city about $298,000, Barr said. The amount includes taxes and money that must be reimbursed to the city for Federal Emergency Management Agency funds that were used to help the authority following Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Barr said.Mayor Jay Gillian used his weekly address on the city’s website to mention the housing authority’s ongoing troubles. “I’m disappointed to learn of this alleged crime, and I believe it’s important for the Housing Authority to move forward with a new executive director and new financial oversight of this federally funded housing program, Gillian said.The mayor noted that the city has no oversight of the authority’s personnel or finances, but stressed that residents of Pecks Beach Village and Bay View Manor are an important part of the community.Gillian explained that the city stepped in to help the housing authority when residents of Pecks Beach Village were displaced by Sandy and efforts to get them back into their homes stalled.“Then, as now, I believe these citizens deserve better,” Gillian said. “I’m confident the current Housing Authority has the leadership to get the job done.”The Ocean City Housing Authority board meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. Tuesday on the fifth floor of the Bay View Manor on Sixth Street. 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Passion Vines in Somers Point and Egg Harbor Township Tempts All Taste

first_imgGift baskets make great presents for business associates to family and friends.Bray opened his Somers Point location, which also has a bar, in 2004, and the Egg Harbor Township distribution center, warehouse and store in 2011. He said he is also looking to expand.His entrepreneurial spirit, he said, comes from his love for his mom, Jayne Bray, 68, of Somers Point, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1990. She is confined to a wheelchair.“She is a fighter and really inspired me to find meaningful ways to sell with a mission,” Bray said.Five years ago, he created a fundraiser called The Right Notes with the South Jersey Jazz Society of Somers Point. Each year they hold a fundraiser with wine tastings and music to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. To date, The Right Notes has raised $300,000 to fight MS. Throughout the journey and growth of Passion Vines, Bray said his mom and her strength continue to guide him to be a good business partner and friend to the community.Bray and his wife Kimberly live in Somers Point with their children Dylan, 8, and Jocelyn, 5.Passion Vines is located at 265 New Rd, Somers Point. For more information call (609) 601-8463. The Egg Harbor Township store is at 3013 Ocean Heights Avenue. For more information call (609) 653-8463 or visit https://www.passionvines.com/ Passion Vines Wine & Spirit Company in Somers Point and Egg Harbor Township offer something for everyone. Photos courtesy Passion Vines  By Maddy VitaleWine connoisseurs and even the occasional libation lover, can pretty much find something for all tastes at Passion Vines Wine & Spirit Company in Somers Point and Egg Harbor Township.From California, France and Italy, to South African, Australia and New Zealand, there aren’t too many fine wines in the world that Michael Bray, 38, founder and director of operations at Passion Vines, hasn’t offered his loyal and growing customer base.“We believe every wine tells a story, predicated on where the grapes are grown. It’s all grape juice, but what we love is the story,” Bray remarked, from his Egg Harbor Township business, Dec. 13. “The French word for it is terroir, which means the sanctity of a place.”Passion Vines in Egg Harbor Township and Somers Point offers wines from around the world. What’s hot now that it’s cold?“With temperatures getting colder, red is the category getting a lot of play and white wine and lighter beers go down,” Bray said.But fuller bodied white Chardonnays, replace their lighter counterparts, and for beers the same holds true: stouts and porters are popular now, with more complex tastes, Bray explained. Craft beers are also popular.The age-old spirit that takes the top for younger people is whiskey, specifically bourbons over scotches, primarily because they blend well in a cocktail, Bray said. “The bourbons are more palatable. They have caramel and vanilla flavors to them,” Bray said.The price point for whiskey is also a bit lower than the scotches, starting at about $29 as opposed to the $50 or $60 average starting price for the single-malts.Two weeks before Christmas shoppers at both Passion Vines locations who purchase cases of wine, receive complimentary gift wrapped individual bottles.“You could put them in your trunk and you always have a gift for someone,” Bray said.Michael Bray, owner of Passion Vines in Somers Point and Egg Harbor Township Stocking stuffers?A popular gift which makes a great stocking stuffer is a $20 certificate to a wine tasting at the Somers Point Passion Vines location. “All you have to do is call and make a reservation,” Bray said.Included in the tasting is, for example, six types of beer, cheese, chocolate and crackers and a 60-minute question and answer period to discuss the different tasting wines or spirits.Gift Baskets are big sellers…Holiday gift baskets are great for corporate events and are welcomed gifts for friends and family. Passion Vines puts some clever spins on the baskets.“This one is like a dinner in a basket,” Bray said, of an Italian-inspired themed gift basket, with red wine, pasta shells and marinara sauce, all wrapped up in a pretty cellophane and elegant basket with a bow. Then there is one for the beer lovers. It comes with chocolate pretzels, different flavored stouts and other goodies.And the prices range from the very affordable – $29.99 to the $500 range.Then there are the old-fashioned “hat boxes” that come with enough room to stuff cheeses, wines and all other holiday goodies in. There are also more moderately-priced “boxes” with room for two bottles of fine wine.“This time of year, our gift basket business is booming. We literally bring on employees to create the baskets over the holidays,” Bray said. “Whether a family wants one to five gift baskets, or a company is providing 100 gift baskets, we make them, and we ship them everywhere permissible.”last_img read more

Scottish duo open first bakery outlet

first_imgA Scottish bakery has opened its first shop, after previously running a home bakery from the south of Glasgow.The business, named bakery47, has now opened a shop serving hot drinks, cakes and bread.Husband and wife duo Sam and Anna Luntley opened the premises after two-and-a-half years of running a wholesale business from home, With the new bakery in early days, it is currently opening on an ad-hoc basis, and will be looking for more employees to help the business run from the new premises. It said it would also look to run workshops in the new café space, along with sourdough pizza nights and function evenings. Sam Luntley said: “We have a really loyal customer base, which has been built up over these past two-and-a-half years – it’s always been just us two and we started selling things door to door, so people know us.”The bakery supplies to 11 coffee shops throughout Glasgow, and makes a range of breads, croissants, pastries – all made by hand.  In a statement on Facebook, the bakery ownerssaid: “We were amazed and overwhelmed by the number of folk who turned up to buy our bakes, enjoy our space and sip our huge mugs of tea.”last_img read more

Watch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Perform Neil Young’s “Vampire Blues” In San Diego

first_imgJoe Russo’s Almost Dead returned to the road last night, hitting the House Of Blues in San Diego, CA for a Grateful night of musical entertainment. The band has been treating fans to some of the tightest, unique interpretations of the Grateful Dead catalog, and carried on with that trend in their first West Coast performance since High Sierra.One of the biggest surprises of the setlist came in the form of a Neil Young cover, as the band worked “Vampire Blues” into the first set for only the second time in their career. The song came after opening renditions of “Touch Of Grey” and “Rubin & Cherise”, bringing the house down quite the celebration.Watch “Vampire Blues” below, courtesy of YouTube user TimeZonerTV.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead will head up to Oakland, CA tonight at the Fox Theatre. You can see the full setlist below, which naturally includes “The Eleven” on an 11/11 performance.Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at House of Blues, San Diego, CA – 11/11/16Set 1 (9:00PM – 10:33PM)Jam ->Touch Of Grey (TH) ->Ruben & Cherise (TH) ->Vampire Blues ^ (JR) >Dancing In The Streets @ (SM) ->Brown Eyed Women # (TH) >St Stephen (All) >Feel like Stranger (SM)Set 2 (10:58PM – 12:31AM)China Cat Sunflower $ (TH) ->The Eleven % (All) ->Truckin & (SM) ->The Other One (SM)Stella Blue (TH) ->Let It Grow (SM)E: Brokedown Palace + (TH)^ – Neil Young cover, second time played. Not played since 2015-10-31 at The Ritz, Raleigh, NC – 32 [email protected] – With a “Chameleon” (Herbie Hancock) Tease (MB), a DD Bass Solo and a “Shortnin’ Bread” (James Whitcomb Riley) tease from DD during said solo# – With a Terrapin Station Tease (TH), Ruben & Cherise Teases (Band) and with “Everybody Wants to Rule The World” (Tears for Fears) Teases (MB)$ – With a “Fat Mama” (Herbie Hancock) Tease (MB)% – The Eleven was played at 11:11PM on 11.11. I’m just noting that, because that’s what happened. & – With “The Heat Is On” (Harold Faltermeyer & Keith Forsey/Glenn Frey) and Cryptical Teases (MB)+ – Not played since 2015.10.2 at Brooklyn Bowl – 38 showslast_img read more

Paulsell named interim Pusey Minister

first_imgHarvard Divinity School Professor Stephanie Paulsell will become the interim Pusey Minister at the Memorial Church, Harvard announced Tuesday.Paulsell, the Susan Shallcross Swartz Professor of the Practice of Christian Studies at Harvard Divinity School (HDS), will lead  Memorial Church, the nondenominational center of Christian life at the University, during the search for a permanent successor to Jonathan L. Walton. Walton stepped down this summer to become dean of the Wake Forest University School of Divinity.A distinguished scholar who teaches religion and literature, Christian spirituality, and ministry studies, Paulsell has been an affiliated minister at Memorial Church for the past seven years. She is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).In a letter to the Harvard community, President Larry Bacow shared the news and expressed his gratitude to Paulsell for taking on the role.“Stephanie is highly regarded among her colleagues for both her academic achievements and her pastoral commitments,” said Bacow. “For much of her distinguished career, Stephanie’s research has explored the intersection between intellectual work and spiritual practice, between the academic study of religion and the practices of ministry.“She and [HDS] Dean David Hempton have been extraordinarily generous with their time and talent as planning for the search has gotten underway. I am deeply grateful to them both for their commitment to ensuring that the spiritual center of our community is well served during this period of transition.”Paulsell, who joined the Harvard faculty in 2001, studied religion and English at Greensboro College and earned a Ph.D. in religion and literature from the University of Chicago. She said the Memorial Church has become an important presence in her life.“Under the leadership of Professor Jonathan L. Walton, the Memorial Church has been a place where the life of the spirit, the life of the mind, and the struggle for justice in our common life have been deeply intertwined,” Paulsell said. “As an affiliated minister, it’s been an honor for me to preach and teach, pray and study, protest and lament with the Memorial Church community. I look forward to joining more fully in the life of the church this year, working closely with the extraordinary staff, and helping the community prepare for its next era of leadership on this campus and beyond.”Along with her new position, Paulsell will continue her classroom duties. This fall, she is offering the course “Virginia Woolf and Religion” and will co-teach, with Amy Hollywood, a class on Emily Dickinson. She is the author of the upcoming book “Religion Around Virginia Woolf,” and the co-editor, with David Carrasco and Mara Willard, of “Goodness and the Literary Imagination,” a collection of essays on the religious dimensions of the work of Toni Morrison. She has also written “Honoring the Body: Meditation on a Christian Practice” and “Lamentations and the Song of Songs: A Theological Commentary on the Bible.”Dean Hempton, the Alonzo L. McDonald Family Professor of Evangelical Theological Studies and John Lord O’Brian Professor of Divinity, said he looks forward to Paulsell’s tenure.“I know of no one who better brings together the academic and the spiritual, the worlds of ministry and scholarship than Stephanie Paulsell,” said Hempton. “She is also a very gifted communicator, both orally and in print. Through her study of literature, modern and ancient, she brings humane wisdom to bear on the complexities of human experience and inspires hope and mature reflection in her readers and listeners.“As a dean of HDS, I’m also excited about the possibilities of closer collaboration between HDS students and the campus-wide ministry of Memorial Church.”Memorial Church staff members received the news of Paulsell’s appointment with excitement. University organist and choirmaster Edward Jones served with Walton and with the legendary Rev. Peter J. Gomes, who oversaw the church for more than three decades before his death in 2011. Jones said Paulsell’s personal and professional qualifications make her the best person to lead the church during the transition.“She’s incredibly personable and collegial, a brilliant academic and a wonderful preacher, and she certainly knows how Memorial Church works,” said Jones. “The nice thing about having someone like Stephanie in this position is that the University can probably take their time over the search and know that we’re in good hands during this period.”Before the announcement of Pausell’s appointment, Memorial Church staff were hoping for Paulsell to be chosen as interim Pusey Minister, said Alanna Sullivan, associate minister at the church. In conversations Sullivan had with department heads, they all, independently, told her of their desire to see Paulsell become the interim minister.“Everyone is so excited to work with her, and it is because of the unique constellation of gifts she brings,” said Sullivan. “She is a prophetic preacher, a pastoral presence, and a brilliant scholar. She has met with every single staff member at the church to hear about their work, their hopes, and how she can best support them.“The church is here to serve the students of Harvard, and I’m hoping that Stephanie helps keep our student ministry and student programming as the heartbeat of our community,” she said.Prior to Harvard, Paulsell served as director of ministry studies and senior lecturer in religion and literature at the University of Chicago Divinity School.Paulsell is also the faculty adviser for the Harvard College Interfaith Forum and the chair of the Board of Religious, Ethical, and Spiritual Life at Harvard. She is a member of First Church in Cambridge.last_img read more

Got a Question for Bullets Star Zach Braff? Fire Away!

first_img Bullets Over Broadway He will be “sitting on top of the world,” and on Broadway.com’s comfy Ask a Star couch! Zach Braff, who is currently making his Main Stem debut in Bullets Over Broadway as the aspiring playwright David, is the latest star to answer your burning questions. Braff made his film debut in Woody Allen’s Manhattan Murder Mystery, and has since appeared on screen in the series Scrubs and the films Garden State, Oz the Great and Powerful and the upcoming Wish I Was Here. Dying to know what working with Allen on screen and stage is like? Wonder what number Braff wants to see in a Scrubs musical? Want to know what’s really in Marin Mazzie’s flask? Here’s your chance to find out. Ask him anything! <a data-cke-saved-href="https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/z1mx99r1g7orqd/" href="https://broadway.wufoo.com/forms/z1mx99r1g7orqd/">Fill out my Wufoo form!</a> View Comments Star Files Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 24, 2014 Zach Brafflast_img read more