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Samantha Bricker was named the Chief Sustainability and Revenue Management Officer for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) in September 2020. She is responsible for overseeing Commercial Development, Mobility Strategy, Sustainability and Environmental Programs, as well as a new Procurement Center of Excellence. Commercial Development will consolidate and manage all key revenue-generating activities, including real estate, concessions and Non-Exclusive License Agreements, or NELAs, as well as all parking and ground transportation. Mobility Strategy will include the Rideshare group and will focus on developing and directing the implementation of new initiatives and policies designed to improve airport access for employees and passengers. The Procurement Center of Excellence Team will develop and implement a consolidated and consistent procurement process for the entire organization.
Ms. Bricker was named Chief Environmental and Sustainability Officer in August 2019 with responsibility for overseeing environmental and sustainability programs for LAWA including air quality and conservation initiatives, noise programs, environmental planning, regulatory compliance as well as transportation and mobility strategy. Ms. Bricker also oversaw the third party coordination with external agencies and stakeholders in support of LAWA’s Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) and Capital Improvement Program. Ms. Bricker joined LAWA in July 2016 as Deputy Executive Director for Project Management and Coordination and in November 2016 was named Deputy Executive Director for the Environmental Programs Group.
Prior to joining LAWA, she was the Chief Operating Officer of the Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority. In that role, she coordinated the design and construction of Metro’s Expo rail line, where she managed a budget of $2.5 billion and directed the Authority’s environmental planning, third party and external agency coordination, procurement, contract compliance, real estate program, as well as community and government relations.
Before her position with the Expo Construction Authority, Bricker served as a senior legislative deputy to former Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky from 1994 to 2006. In this role, she developed policy and worked on environmental and transportation projects including the Orange Line busway in the San Fernando Valley and the Red Line subway to Hollywood and North Hollywood.
Bricker earned a Master of Arts in Political Science from UCLA and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Northwestern University.
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Named best scholar athlete in 8th grade. Won the JV Catholic School Championship freshman year. Earned a Jv cross country letter freshman year.
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Sam Mlkvy – Women’s LacrosseAWARDS & HONORS
American Athletic Conference Postseason All-Conference First Team • 2019
American Athletic Conference Preseason All-Conference Team • 2019
American Athletic Conference Midfielder of the Week (1x)
American Athletic Conference Weekly Honor Roll (3x) • 2/12/19, 4/9/19, 4/23/19
CINCINNATI PROGRAM RANKINGS
#2 – 184 Draw Controls
#4 – 13 Hat Tricks
#5 – 82 Goals
#5 – 27 Assists
#5 – 1 Woman-Down Goal
#6 – 109 Points
#6 – 109 Ground Balls
#7 – 2 Woman-Up Goals
#7 – 2 Game-Winning Goals
Single-Season (best entry on the list)
#1 – 97 Draw Controls (2019)
#3 – 1 Woman-Down Goal (2017)
#5 – 2 Woman-Up Goals (2018)
#7 – 6 Hat Tricks (2019)
#7 – 48 Points (2019)
#8 – 15 Assists (2019)
#10 – 36 Goals (2018)
QUICK NOTES: Enters her senior season coming off an impressive 2019 season in which she was named preseason and postseason AAC All-Conference First Team. .. broke the single-season record for draw controls with 97 to her credit in 2019… moved up to #2 on the career ledger for draw controls with 184…. one of only two players in program history with 100+ points (109), ground balls (109) and draw controls (184) in a career and still has the 2020 season to add.
2019 (JR*): Started all 19 games on the year… one of the more versatile players on the squad, finished second in scoring (48 points), fourth in goals (33), fourth in ground balls (47) and first in draw controls (97)… opened the year being named the American Athletic All-Conference Preseason Team and ended the year on the American Athletic All-Conference First Team, both of which were the first honors of her career… those 97 draws are a single-season record, surpassing the 70 she recorded in 2018… averaged 5.11 draws per game, ranking her #42 in the NCAA for the season… finished the year scoring at least one goal in the final 12 contests, including four games in a row with hat tricks.
2018 (SO*): Returned from an injury that sidelined her in 2017 to have a breakout year in 2019… played and started all 17 games… recorded at least one point in 16 games, including the first 10 of the season, and did the same when it came to scoring goals… had six games in which she scored at least one goal and added at least one assist… tallied a career-high eight points at Butler (4/21/18) with seven goals and one assist… her points tied her for fifth in a single game at UC while her goal total was tied for second… finished the year with nine games of two or more goals scored, including seven hat tricks or better… totaled 36 goals, the #7 single season total at UC… also had 44 points (#6 at UC) to finish third on the team in scoring… selected to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll April 24 after scoring 10 goals and adding four assists in a three-game span, including her eight point performance against Butler… in that span, she also tallied 10 draw controls at Butler for the third-most in a game at UC while tying for 10
2017 (SO): Started the first five games of the season before suffering an injury… collected a career-high four draw controls at Coastal Carolina (2/24)… dished out a career-high two assists to tie a career high with three points vs. No. 20 Louisville (3/1)… picked up a career-high three ground balls at Detroit (3/10).
2016 (FR): Saw the field in 15 games during rookie season, starting the final 11 contests… scored eight goals while adding two assists… netted first collegiate goal in win over Central Michigan… scored one goal against No. 17 Ohio State… found the back of the cage in consecutive games against UConn and Villanova… scored against No. 2 Florida… had first career hat trick in season finale at Marquette, earning BIG EAST Rookie of the Week accolades.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Eastern Regional High School in Voorhees, N.J.… holds school record for draw controls with 217 as a senior… set school record for draws in game during senior season, winning 19… also owns school record for goals in a game with 13… scored 50 goals during senior season, earning second team All-South Jersey honors… was named first team All-South Jersey as a sophomore… also played basketball and soccer in high school.
Single Game Highs
Points: 8, at Butler (4/21/18) • UC #9(t)
Goals: 7, at Butler (4/21/18) • UC #2(t)
Free-Po Goals: 1, 7x (last: vs. #18 Florida, 5/4/19)
Assists: 3, 3x (last: vs. Gardner-Webb, 3/24/19)
Ground Balls: 9, vs. ECU (4/23/18) • UC #4(t)
Draw Controls: 11, vs. Ohio State (2/8/19) • UC #2(t)
Caused TOs: 4, at Marquette (3/18/18)
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Sam Farrell – Lacrosse – Florida Gators
2013 IWLCA All-American
2013 SynapseSports.com All-American
2013 ALC Defender of the Year
2013 All-ALC First Team
2013 IWLCA All-South Region
2013 ALC Tournament Team
2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
ALC Defensive Player of the Week (4/22)
2013 Tewaaraton Award Watch List
2012 ALC Preseason Player to Watch
2013 Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American
2012 IWLCA First Team All-America
2012 SynapseSports. com First Team All-America
2012 IWLCA First Team All-South Region
2012 NCAA All-Tournament Team
2012 All-ALC First Team
2012 ALC All-Tournament Team
ALC Defensive Player of the Week (4/23/12)
2012 Inside Lacrosse Preseason Second Team All-America
2012 ALC Preseason Player to Watch
2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2011 WomensLacrosse.com Second Team All-America
2011 IWLCA Second Team All-South Region
2011 ALC All-Tournament Team
2011 All-ALC First Team
WomensLacrosse.com Honor Roll (3/14/11)
ALC Defensive Player of the Week (3/14/11)
2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2011 ALC Academic Honor Roll
ALC Defensive Player of the Week (4/5/10)
2010 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll
2010 ALC Academic Honor Roll
2013: Played and started in all 21 games… Set a single-season record with 24 caused turnovers and had a team-high 41 ground balls… Also grabbed 13 draw controls… Earned All-American honors from IWLCA and SynapseSports. com… .Named the first ever ALC Defender of the Year… Had a ground ball in the NCAA quarterfinal against Syracuse… Caused two turnovers and recorded three ground balls in the NCAA second round against Denver…Had a team-high four caused turnovers and three ground balls in the ALC Championship game against Northwestern which earned her ALC Defensive Player of the Week honors…Recorded a ground ball and caused turnover against Ohio State in the ALC semifinals and kept the Buckeye’s to their lowest scoring total of the season…Started but did not record a stat in the historic victory over No. 4 Northwestern… Assisted the Gators in a win over Vanderbilt with a ground ball and caused a turnover… Added a ground ball, two draw controls and caused a turnover against No. 17 John Hopkins… Registered one assist and one ground ball at No. 9 Penn State… Recorded a ground ball and caused a turnover against Ohio State… Started but did not record a stat in the win over Stetson… Started for the Gators but did not record a stat against Oregon… Got the start but didn’t record a stat in the Gators dominating win over Lehigh… Had one ground ball, three draw controls and caused a turnover against No. 13 Dartmouth… Contributed two ground balls and had a draw control against No. 9 Loyola… Had one ground ball and caused two turnovers against No. 4 Syracuse… Contributed a draw control and a ground ball against Albany… Registered three ground balls and caused three turnovers against UC Davis… Had one ground ball and six draw controls against No. 18 Stony Brook… Was responsible for one ground ball and a caused turnover at High Point… Had one ground ball and one caused turnover against Jacksonville… Had three ground balls and caused two turnovers at No. 5 North Carolina.
2012: Started all but one game for the Orange and Blue … Named First Team All-America by both the IWLCA and SynapseSports.com … IWLCA First Team All-South Region … NCAA All-Tournament team … First-Team All-ALC … ALC All-Tournament team … Recorded 41 ground balls, 17 caused turnovers, 12 draw controls and a goal on the year … Second on the team in both ground balls and caused turnovers … Finished sixth in the ALC and 89th in the nation in ground balls per game (1. 95) … Tallied three ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers against No. 4 Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals to earn a spot on the NCAA All-Tournament team … Registered three ground balls against Penn State in the NCAA Quarterfinals … Caused a turnover against Albany in the NCAA First Round … Held Northwestern’s second-leading scorer Erin Fitzgerald scoreless while earning five ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers in the ALC Championship … Tabbed a ground ball against Ohio State in the ALC Semifinals … Recorded three caused turnovers, three ground balls and a draw control at No. 1 Northwestern, holding second-leading scorer Erin Fitzgerald to just one shot from the field … Named ALC Defensive Player of the Week for her performance at Northwestern … Registered a draw control against No. 17 Vanderbilt … Had a draw control at No. 19 Johns Hopkins … Recorded three ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover against No. 10 Penn State, holding two-time ALC Player of the Week Tatum Coffey to just one goal . .. Scored her first goal since 2010 against Fresno State, adding a ground ball and a draw control … Recorded two ground balls and a caused turnover, holding Gabby Capuzzi to just one goal at No. 15 Ohio State … Led the team with five ground balls and two caused turnovers against No. 10 Dartmouth, holding leading-scorer Sarah Plumb to just one shot on goal and no points … Earned two ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover at William & Mary, holding leading-scorer Taelor Salmon to just one goal from the field … Played a fantastic game against Stony Brook, limiting former Gator Janine Hillier to just one shot and no points and adding a ground ball … Notched two ground balls and a caused turnover against Temple … Recorded two ground balls at No. 15 Georgetown … Had two ground balls and a caused turnover against No. 9 Syracuse … Missed the Detroit game due to a minor injury in warmups … Registered two ground balls against Siena … Notched one ground ball at UMBC . .. Recorded three ground balls and a team-high two caused turnovers against Jacksonville … Notched a ground ball and a draw control in her start at No. 3 UNC … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2011: Started all 20 games for the Gators, anchoring the Florida defense with 27 ground balls, adding 11 draw controls and eight caused turnovers … Named Second Team All-America by WomensLacrosse.com and IWLCA Second Team All-South Region … Named to the 2011 ALC All-Tournament Team and First Team All-ALC … Earned ALC Defensive Player of the Week honors and a WomensLacrosse.com Honor Roll nod for her performance against Georgetown and Temple, holding Georgetown’s 2011 IWLCA All-Region honoree Jordy Kirr to only two goals and three shots when she was previously averaging over double both of those totals … Notched a draw control against Duke in NCAA Quarterfinals … Had two ground balls and a caused turnover against Stanford in the NCAA First Round … Had two ground balls and two caused turnovers against Cornell … Stellar in the midfield against No. 17 Vanderbilt, notching two ground balls … Was incredible in the midfield, helping the Gators defeat No. 2 Northwestern, while adding a ground ball … Had a ground ball and a caused turnover against Johns Hopkins … Notched a ground ball against No. 16 Penn State while holding Theresa Zichelli to only one assist … Started against Ohio State, controlling the midfield for the Gators … Had two ground balls against Fairfield while adding a draw control and a caused turnover … Had two ground balls against No. 11 Syracuse while controlling the game in Florida’s midfield … Won a draw control against Colgate … Led the team in draw controls against Temple with three, while also causing a turnover … Notched a team-high four ground balls against Georgetown … Had two ground balls against Lehigh … Won two draw controls against UMBC … Caused her first turnover of the season against Denver … Started against Jacksonville, leading the team in ground balls with a career-high six … Started and recorded one ground ball vs. UNC … Named to the SEC and ALC Academic Honor Rolls.
2010: Started all 18 games for the Gators and became a key defensive player in the latter part of the season … Second on the team in draw controls (23) and fourth in ground balls (19) … Scored six goals on the season with one assist and also caused 10 turnovers … Caused one turnover and had one ground ball and a draw control in the ALC Semifinal loss to No. 10 Vanderbilt … Controlled one draw and picked up one ground ball in the ALC Tournament win over No. 20 Johns Hopkins … Had one ground ball and one draw control in the loss at No. 2 Northwestern … Controlled one draw in the loss to No. 8 Vanderbilt … Started at midfield in the 2OT loss at Colgate … Had four draw controls, four ground balls and two caused turnovers in the win at Le Moyne … Named the ALC Defensive Player of the Week after her performance against No. 14 Penn State and Oregon … Recorded two draw controls against Penn State and limited PSU’s Jen Steadman to zero shots on the day … Had a ground ball and a caused turnover in the win over Oregon … Recorded two ground balls and two draw controls in loss at No. 17 Ohio State … Recorded a ground ball, one draw control and a caused turnover in the win over Cornell … Had two ground balls and caused three turnovers in the win over No. 17 New Hampshire … Recorded two ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers in the win over Marist … Had three ground balls and a draw control in the loss at JHU … Scored twice and had a pair of draw controls in the loss to No. 5 Georgetown … Had two goals, one assist and five draw controls against SBU … Started in the midfield at No. 4 North Carolina and had two shots in the loss … Had two shots and a ground ball in the win at La Salle … Scored the first-ever goal for UF and added another in the win over Jacksonville … Named to the SEC Freshman and ALC Academic Honor Rolls.
Before Florida: Three-year member of the 2007, 2008 and 2009 Region and State Champion Severna Park High School … Played for Coach Carin Peterson … Recorded 45 goals, 10 assists, 53 ground balls, 40 draw controls and seven interceptions during her senior campaign … School had a 47-game win streak snapped during her senior year, going 20-0 the previous two seasons … Named a US Lacrosse First-Team All-American and Under Armour All-American … Won the 2009 Annapolis Capital Gazette Player of the Year award … Selected First-Team All-Metro by the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun and Digital Sports … Earned First-Team Coaches’ All-Anne Arundel County recognition in 2007 and 2009 and Second-Team in 2008 … Named to the Annapolis Capital and Baltimore Sun Second-Team All-County in 2008 … Nominated for the 2008 Tewaaraton Award … Member of the Chesapeake Club Lacrosse (CC LAX) ’09 Black club team … Named to All-Galaxy First-Team in 2007 and 2008 … Also played soccer in high school.
Personal: Born Samantha Rose Farrell on Feb. 19, 1991, in Annapolis, Maryland … Daughter of Tom and Christina Farrell … Has three brothers, Joe, Tommy and Andrew … Member of the National Honor Society … Was named to the Honor Roll and the Principal’s Honor Roll and had a 3.6 GPA … Won the Minds in Motion Scholarship from 2006-09 … Also considered UNC, Johns Hopkins, Maryland and Notre Dame … Chose Florida because of the great academic achievement, awesome athletic programs and beautiful campus.
Major: Family, Youth and Community Sciences
Goals……………………………………………….. 2, 3x-last vs. Georgetown (3/9/10)
Assists……………………………………………… 1, 2x-last vs. Penn State (3/30/13)
Points…………………… ……………………………….. 3 vs. St. Bonaventure (3/4/10)
Shots……………………………………………………………. 6 vs. Georgetown (3/9/10)
Ground Balls……………………………………………….. 6 at Jacksonville (2/16/11)
Draw Controls……………………………………………. 6 vs. Stony Brook (2/20/13)
Caused Turnovers…………………………….. 3, 3x-last vs. UC Davis (2/22/13)
*Graduated in May of 2013 with a degree in Family, Youth & Community Sciences
Sam Higgins – 2021 – Women’s Lacrosse
2021: No competition due to coronavirus pandemic.
2020 (Junior): Did not appear in any games … Season canceled after six games due to coronavirus pandemic.
2019 (Sophomore): Second team All-Ivy League … Tied for eighth in Ivy League in assists per game (1. 20) … Ninth in Ivy League in ground balls per game (2.07) … Led team in ground balls (29) and caused turnovers (20) … Tied for first in team in assists (21) … Third on team in points (45) … Improved her shooting percentage from .412 in 2018 to .511 in 2019 … Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Mar. 4 … Tied career high with four goals vs. Princeton Apr. 20 … Also had hat tricks vs. Hartford (Feb. 26), Cornell (Apr. 6) and Dartmouth (Apr. 27) … Career-high eight points (2-6-8) and six assists in 17-11 win vs. UConn Apr. 10 … Had multiple-point outings in six of the last seven games … Had at least one point in 13 of 15 games.
2018 (First Year): Second on team in assists (nine) … Fourth on team in points (23) … Played in all 15 games, starting nine … Started season-opening 12-10 win at Albany and had first career goal and assist; also had season-high three caused turnovers … Season-high four ground balls vs. Boston College Mar. 20 … Season-high four goals and six points in 19-17 win vs. Brown Mar. 17 … Also had hat tricks against Harvard (Mar. 3) and Penn (Apr. 28).
Shoreham-Wading River High School: US Lacrosse All-Academic 2016 and 2017 … Five-year starter for lacrosse team … Captain of lacrosse team junior and senior years … All-County 2016 and 2017 … All-Division 2014 and 2015 … Led lacrosse team in assists 2016 and 2017 … Lacrosse team was league champions 2017 … Four-year starter for soccer team … Captain of soccer team junior and senior years … All-League in soccer 2016 and 2017 … All-County in soccer 2016 and 2017 … All-Conference in soccer 2016 and 2017 … Soccer team was league champions 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 … Soccer team was county champions 2015 … Played on varsity basketball team for three years (junior varsity as a freshman) … Captain of basketball team junior and senior years … Academic All-County in basketball 2017 … Basketball team was league champions 2017 … Team Athlete of the Year 2017 … Wildcat Athletic Club Award 2017 … Gold Key Award 2017 … National Honor Society … Natural Helpers (nominated by peers to attend a retreat and monthly meetings to build on skills to help others more effectively) … Brainstormers Club (trivia competition) … Global Club (community service) … Compassion Without Borders (leadership workshop) … Best Buddies (spend time with special education students, fundraise) … National Jr. Honor Society … Freshman tour guide … Theater Class Tutor for special education students as a senior … Open House as a senior — direct peers to classrooms and help teachers with meetings … Peer Tutoring as a junior and senior … High School Peace Garden clean-up as a junior … Senior Recognition Night as a junior — assisted guidance department in distributing pamphlets, directing speakers and organizing snacks … Safe Halloween as a junior — volunteered to guide elementary school students in trick or treating and work with students at the arts and crafts table … Senior Brunch volunteer as a junior — prepared food and distributed items for activities … Volunteer at school’s Lax Out Cancer event from eighth grade through 11th grade … Senior Awards Night volunteer her freshman and sophomore years, assisting Athletic Club.
Yellow Jackets 2017 Blue: National Champions 2014 … Lax for the Cure Champions 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 … Lax by the Sea 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Notes: Basketball assistant coach during her senior year of high school — helped head coach of a Father Joe’s basketball team during practices at Miller Ave Elementary school … Habitat for Humanity volunteer during junior year of high school … Soccer Camp Counselor volunteer as a freshman, sophomore and junior years of high school … Participated in Tunnel to Tower Run, 5K run that raises money and honors families/people affected by 9/11, during junior year of high school … Volunteer at Patriot Run , 2.54 mile run to honor Thomas Cutinella and raise funds for scholarship fund, during junior and senior years of high school … Volunteer at coat drive during junior year of high school … Has been a part of Big Brothers/Big Sisters since eighth grade, gathering and donating clothes and toys to local chapter … As a junior and senior in high school, trained teammates outside of practice to improve skills; also worked with younger children to teach them basic lacrosse skills … Has made holiday donations since second grade, collecting food for needy families at Thanksgiving and purchasing presents for families in need at Christmas … Took part in community trash clean-up as an eighth grader … Organized Pumpkinfest games and activities for elementary school students as an eighth grader … Sang Christmas carols at adult homes from sixth grade through eighth grade … Made sandwiches for needy at local church as part of “Peanut Butter and Jelly Gang” from sixth grade to ninth grade … Organized folders and books for special education program at local school district as part of Read to Feed Program from sixth grade through eighth grade.
Why Yale? “I chose Yale because of the prestigious programs the school offers. I felt the balance between the academic and athletic realms were unmatched. I instantly felt at home when I stepped on campus and thought I could flourish in all aspects with the support Yale provides for their students.”
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The dull grunt of the Doberman breaks into the sticky web of sleep. Not nightmarish, but alarming. Viscous turbidity, when it is not clear what will happen, but the heart is already starting to tremble powerlessly.
My fingers are stroking the short hair of the Doberman.
– Hush, Brown. I don’t like rain either. But it will definitely end …
I roll over to the other side. A dark silhouette moves towards the bed, crushing me under its body.
The fingers themselves burrow into the husband’s hair. He presses me tightly into the ribcage, as if he is going to lock me there forever.
– So late! – I complain. – I didn’t wait, I fell asleep. Sorry.
– No. Excuse me. I had to stay.
A hot whisper buries itself in the hair and slides to the ear, burning with caress. I pull my husband over, picking up the fabric of the T-shirt.
– Did you miss?
I rub my nose and lips against a man’s neck, inhaling the scent of my beloved man’s skin. I want to drown out the ozone freshness of the rain. I am always uneasy about her. But as luck would have it, my husband smelled like rain.Wet hair, drops of water on the neck.
– Mmm … – whimsically turning my nose.
– What’s the matter?
– Rain. Dust. Everywhere, – I answer, tracing my face with my fingers. Familiar until the very last mole. Even blindly.
– Only from the road, Ir. I didn’t even have time to drive the car and drive it into the shower. I’ll be back soon.
The husband steps aside, the Doberman immediately takes a place near the bed, laying his muzzle on the bed.
– Hey boy, you’re crazy! You don’t belong here.
Doberman grumbles dully, turning away from her husband.
– Sergei, come back quickly, – I ask. “You leave so often that Brown is in my bed more often than you.
– Last trip. Fair. This summer belongs to us. I’ll be back soon.
My husband kisses me and leaves the room. Brown grunts dully, looking out the window. He, like me, does not like rain. We always hide from him together.
Now that Sergey is back, I am relaxing. Rain is just water. Unbeknownst to myself, I fall asleep again.
But the sound of a dull thunderous roll shakes me sharply.
The bed is empty.
Neither husband nor even Brown. Fear pounds me. The thundering rhythm of the heart beating with fear sounds in unison with the thunderous rumblings.
– Brown? Brown … – I call, realizing that the Doberman is not in the room.
Out? Did Sergey get up? The Doberman trailed after him?
Wall sconces with a soft yellowish light are burning in the corridor on the second floor.
I hear rustles downstairs, on the first floor, from the side of the kitchen. Heavy, confident steps.
I freeze on the threshold of the kitchen, seeing only male fingers holding onto the refrigerator door.
The light from the refrigerator suddenly goes out. The light of the wall sconces also fades out instantly. More power outages.
– Brown followed you, huh? I ask, barely audible.
In total darkness, the refrigerator door slams shut. Loud rumble. Flash of lightning. From her it seems to pin me to the place. I know that I am safe. But I am unconsciously afraid and trembling with fear.
The bright light of lightning illuminates the male figure for a moment. Swayed, sculpted body, wide shoulder turn. The husband looks complicated, but another flash convinces me that this is not a husband.
I open my mouth to call for help. But I stifled in a gasp.
A stranger in my house. I don’t know how he got here. I don’t know who he is and what he wants.
Frequent flashes of lightning illuminate the room like a flashing light bulb.
The glance manages to grab one piece of the puzzle, then another. They probably go well together, but in my head they add up to a chaotic feeling of helplessness and panic in front of a large, half-naked man.He is wearing only a towel wrapped around his swinging hips.
The clatter of claws is heard on the floor. Doberman poured hot breath on the skin under the knee. This light breeze of breath finally drowns me in a panic with my head.
Another clap of thunder makes me take a step back, and then again and again.
A loud scream breaks the cocoon of silence that entangled me from head to toe.
– Wait. Ir. Ira-ah! The man calls in a low voice.
– Get out! Help!…. Help-and-and-it!
I choke in a desperate scream, rushing to the stairs to the second floor. Bare feet slide over the laminate. I almost stretched out, almost burying my face into the steps of the stairs.
They managed to pull me back and hold me. Embrace. Press down. Immobilize.
– Calm down. Take it easy! – a little sharper, with a steel note that you can cut yourself on.
And about a man – you can definitely get burned. The proximity of someone else’s body hits the nerve endings, as if I had climbed into boiling water with my hand.
I’m struggling. The trap of someone else’s hands seems like a disastrous quagmire. The harder I flounder, the more it keeps me from convulsion and panic.
– You misunderstood everything. Do not be afraid. I will not harm you. Don’t be afraid …
I have nothing to breathe because he is pressing me into his body. Another clap of thunder hits my head with a sledgehammer, driving me into a panic state. I shrink suddenly, becoming a blot scared to death.
– Ira, what’s wrong with you ?!
He drops abruptly on the steps, laying me down like a baby.My head is pressed against his chest.
– Are you still afraid of a thunderstorm? Do not be afraid. Everything will be over now.
I fidget on a man’s lap. During a short fight, the towel flew off the man’s thighs. And now, while he tries to hold me, I now and then brush my hips against his excited flesh.
I am choked with panic and look for salvation. Brown sits nearby, looking at me.
I try to give a command to the dog and, finally, I manage to put down the order with numb lips:
– Alien.Alien, Brown!
Doberman sharply takes a low start and rushes at the man, aiming at the neck and shoulders with its fangs.
Brown gets along well with everyone, but he is well trained and trained. He knows how to vomit.
Simultaneously with the angry growl of the dog, a selective mate and a cry of pain are heard.
The man put out his hand, defending himself from the dog, but continues to hold me with his other hand.
Like nothing is happening. As if a large, adult Doberman is not tearing him out with his teeth.
– Brown! A place!
A familiar, native voice breaks the chaos. The husband’s voice is like the light of a beacon during a hated storm. Brown retreats, but not immediately, and still grunts dully as he smells and tastes blood.
Moments later, the light comes on again. With the arrival of her husband, even the power outages disappeared.
– Irish! Irish, look at me, come on!
The husband’s hands are squeezing his face with all their might.
– Everything is fine, do you hear? You shouldn’t have been scared! In vain.
A moment later Sergey picks me up in his arms. I cling to his neck, sobbing dully.
– Calm, calm. All right!
Hot palms soothe. Wrap up familiar, confident warmth.
– Stas? – I hear the deep voice of my husband. – How are you?
– I will live, – the man grins.
I’m afraid to even look in his direction, freezing.
– Ir, do not be afraid. This is my friend. Stas.
I shake my head negatively.
– Yes, dear.Stas. I told you about him, remember?
My husband lifts my face to him. A soft smile changes the harsh features of the face.
– No. I do not remember. I do not remember! I cry desperately.
The husband’s eyes are lit with a flash of joy and something else. A slight sadness appears and immediately disappears, like an imaginary mirage.
– Thunderstorm? – the husband’s friend grins knowingly.
– Thunderstorm, yes, – the husband agrees, looking over my head at his friend.
Men conduct some kind of silent dialogue.I don’t understand anything about the cross exchange of eloquent glances. This language is unfamiliar to me.
– Sorry I didn’t warn you. I thought that you would fall asleep, and in the morning I will tell you that I did not come alone. You are scared now, but I told you about Stas. We served together. He pulled me out of the fire. Saved my life.90,000 The Television Critics Association announces its nominees – News
The leaders in terms of the number of references were two new series – the drama of the USA channel “Mr. Robot” and the anthology of the FX channel “American Crime Story: The People Against O.J. Simpson ”, presented in four categories.Personal achievements in the drama:
- 1 of 6 Brian Cranston, Till the End Frame: Amblin Entertainment
- 2 of 6 Rami Malek, TV series “Mr. Robot” Frame: Universal Cable Productions
- 3 of 6 Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul Frame: American Movie Classics (AMC)
- 4 of 6 Sarah Paulson, American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson “ Frame: Cinema Vehicle Services
- 5 of 6 Keri Russell, The Americans Frame: DreamWorks Television
- 6 of 6 Courtney B.Vance, American Crime Story: The Folk vs. O.J. Simpson “ Frame: Cinema Vehicle Services
Brian Cranston (Until the End, HBO)
Rami Malek (Mister Robot, USA)
Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul, AMC)
Sarah Paulson (American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson “, FX)
Keri Russell (The Americans, FX)
Courtney B. Vance (American Crime Story: The Folk vs. OJ Simpson, FX)Personal achievements in comedy:
- 1 of 6 Aziz Ansari, TV series “Master not of all trades” Frame: 3 Arts Entertainment
- 2 of 6 Samantha Bee, Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Frame: TBS
- 3 of 6 Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex Frame: CBS Television Studios
- 4 of 6 Aya Cash, the series “You are the embodiment of vice” Frame: FX Productions
- 5 of 6 Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Vice President Frame: HBO
- 6 of 6 Constance Wu, TV series “Assimilation Difficulties” Frame: 20th Century Fox Television
Aziz Ansari (Not a Handyman, Netflix)
Samantha Bee (“Full Frontal With Samantha Bee”, TBS)
Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex, The CW)
Aya Cash (“You are the embodiment of vice”, FXX)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Vice President”, HBO)
Constance Wu (Difficulties of Assimilation, ABC)Best New TV Series
- 1 of 6 The series “Crazy Ex” Frame: CBS Television Studios
- 2 of 6 “Jessica Jones” TV series Frame: ABC Studios
- 3 of 6 The series “The master is not of all trades” Frame: 3 Arts Entertainment
- 4 of 6 Mister Robot Series Frame: Universal Cable Productions
- 5 of 6 The series “Underground” Frame: Get Lifted Film Company
- 6 of 6 The series “Unreal” Frame: Wieden + Kennedy Entertainment
Crazy Ex, The CW
Jessica Jones, Netflix
Not a Jack of All Trades, Netflix
Mister Robot, USA
Subway, WGN America
“Unreal”, LifetimeBest TV series of the year:
- 1 of 7 American TV Series Frame: DreamWorks Television
- 2 of 7 Series “Fargo” Frame: 26 Keys Productions
- 3 of 7 Game of Thrones Series Frame: HBO
- 4 of 7 Mister Robot Series Frame: Universal Cable Productions
- 5 of 7 American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson “ Frame: Cinema Vehicle Services
- 6 of 7 The series “Unreal” Frame: Wieden + Kennedy Entertainment
- 7 of 7 Making a Killer Series Frame: NetFlix
Game of Thrones HBO
Mister Robot, USA
American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson “, FX
Creating a Killer, NetflixBest TV Movie, Miniseries, or Special Edition:
- 1 of 6 The series “Until the very end” Frame: Amblin Entertainment
- 2 of 6 Series “Fargo” Frame: 26 Keys Productions
- 3 of 6 Series “Night Administrator” Frame: BBC Television Center
- 4 of 6 American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson “ Frame: Cinema Vehicle Services
- 5 of 6 The Roots Series Frame: History Channel
- 6 of 6 Show Me a Hero Frame: Blown Deadline Productions
Until the End, HBO
“Night Administrator”, AMC
American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson “, FX
Show Me a Hero, HBOBest Drama
- 1 of 6 The series “Americans” Frame: DreamWorks Television
- 2 of 6 Better Call Saul Frame: American Movie Classics (AMC)
- 3 of 6 Abandoned Frame: HBO
- 4 of 6 Game of Thrones Series Frame: HBO
- 5 of 6 Mister Robot Series Frame: Universal Cable Productions
- 6 of 6 The series “Unreal” Frame: Wieden + Kennedy Entertainment
Better Call Saul, AMC
Left Behind, HBO
Game of Thrones HBO
Mister Robot, USA
“Unreal”, LifetimeBest Comedy
- 1 of 6 The series “Blackish” Frame: ABC Studios
- 2 of 6 The series “Crazy ex” Frame: CBS Television Studios
- 3 of 6 TV Series “The Master of All Trades”, Netflix Frame: 3 Arts Entertainment
- 4 of 6 The series “Silicon Valley” Frame: 3 Arts Entertainment
- 5 of 6 Series “Vice President” Frame: HBO
- 6 of 6 The series “You are the embodiment of vice” Frame: FX Productions
Crazy Ex, The CW
Not a Jack of All Trades, Netflix
Silicon Valley, HBO
Vice President, HBO
“You are the embodiment of vice”, FXX
Winners for the 32nd Television Critics Association Awards will be announced Saturday, August 6, 2016 at the Beverly Hilton.