Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) STOCKTON – A City of Buffalo man was charged with abandonment of animals after allegedly leaving his dog in a car for 24 hours.The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office responded to an animal complaint at a residence on Bone Dry Road in the Town of Stockton Friday afternoon.Deputies located a small dog inside of an abandoned vehicle in the area. At the time the dog was located, deputies say it was 17 degrees outside.Through investigation deputies believe the dog’s owner, Josiah Schuaman, 32, allegedly abandoned his vehicle with the dog locked inside. Deputies say Schuaman was issued an appearance ticket for abandonment of animals.Schuaman is scheduled to appear in the Town of Stockton Court on a later date.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Pixabay Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – Have you ever thought of making your own soap? Well, you are in luck with help from the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Jamestown.The group is holding an old-fashioned soap making demonstration on Saturday, March 28 at SUNY JCC’s Sheldon Center.In the class, participants will also learn the history and science behind soapmaking.They will additionally learn about the needed equipment, supplies, and how various fats and oils affect the finished product. Part of the $10 registration fee covers material costs. For more, and to register, visit chautauqua.cce.cornell.edu/leaf2020.The demonstration is scheduled to start at 10 a.m.
Image via PxHere / United States House of Representatives.WASHINGTON – Members of the Problem Solvers Caucus stood together Thursday to fight for what Congressman Tom Reed says is their common-sense bipartisan, bicameral COVID-19 emergency relief package.Reed says the legislation is being supported by a rapidly growing group of Senators on both sides of the aisle, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and others to help American families, small businesses, workers, and health care providers during this crisis.Leaders in both parties have stated support for the Problem Solvers Caucus’ framework as the basis for immediate bipartisan, bicameral legislation.“The bipartisan, bicameral relief package we’ve put forward with our Senate partners is already generating significant support from leaders across Washington because it is right in the range of reason,” said Reed. “Millions of Americans don’t have time for Congress to continue playing games; let’s pass this common-sense emergency relief measure to ensure our communities receive the federal support they deserve.” “We won’t leave town until we pass a bipartisan COVID-19 relief package,” said Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chair Josh Gottheimer. “Too many families, small businesses, and communities are suffering all across our country — and that’s why the momentum around our bipartisan, bicameral framework is continuing to grow by the hour.”Reed and other Caucus members say they won’t go home until a package is passed. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Let’s say you don’t have a toddler who sings “Let It Go” to you 24 hours a day. Let’s say you’ve been holed up inside avoiding the polar vortex and binge-watching Netflix. Let’s say you’re “in tech” and haven’t had a chance to see the smash Disney hit Frozen. Hey, no problem. We’re not here to judge, we’re here to help. Sit back and relax as you meet feline sisters Elsa and Anna and get a quick study of the plot, setting, songs, snow and everything else you need to know about the movie as performed by kittens. Think of it as Cats but way cuter. Let’s say it all together: “Awww!” View Comments Disney’s Frozen
In Under My Skin, a twist of fate leads to love and laughs when New York’s most eligible bachelor Harrison Baddish (Walton), and a single, working mother Melody Dent (Butler), hilariously experience each other’s lives and see things from a very different perspective. Sex, love and healthcare? These three things that we need but don’t always necessarily get, are all touched upon in Under My Skin, which will star Tony nominee Kerry Butler and Matt Walton off-Broadway. Written by Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser and directed by Kirsten Sanderson, the comedy will begin previews April 5. Opening night is set for May 15 at The Little Shubert Theatre. Related Shows Under My Skin Butler received a Tony nod for Xanadu. Other Broadway credits include Catch Me If You Can, The Best Man, Hairspray, Little Shop of Horrors, Les Miserables, Rock of Ages and Beauty and the Beast. Walton originated the role of Harrison Baddish at The Pasadena Playhouse. Screen credits include Burn After Reading and One Life to Live. Also reprising the role that she originated at The Pasadena Playhouse will be Megan Sikora as Nanette. Her Broadway credits include Gentleman Prefer Blondes, How to Succeed in Business and Promises, Promises. Additional cast members include: Allison Strong (Bye Bye Birdie) as Casey, Kate Loprest (First Date) and Andrew Polk. Sternin and Fraser are the creative forces behind The Nanny and Who’s The Boss? Under My Skin will have scenic design by Stephen Dobay, costume design by Lara de Bruijn, lighting design by Driscoll Otto and sound design by Janie Bullard. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on June 8, 2014
The show’s score consists of revamped 1930s Broadway songs as well as new and existing numbers from artists like Sarah McLachlan, Robert Del Naja, Justice, Guy Garvey and The Avalanches. Sad you won’t be able to see King Kong in NYC for a while? Soothe yourself with these pics of hunky Aussies posing for a Kong calendar. There, there. Feel better? View Comments “King Kong has been more than five years in the making,” producer Carmen Pavlovic, CEO of Global Creatures, said in a statement. “We realize that there are some exciting creative changes we can and want to make before King Kong comes home to New York City, and we don’t want to be pressured to rush in to meet any artificial deadlines. We will announce our plans when we can confirm our timeline to open on Broadway. It will be worth the wait!” King Kong, the mega-musical monster thriller, is still aiming for Broadway, but has delayed its previously announced December arrival on the Great White Way. Producers for the show, which premiered in Melbourne, Australia, have decided not to “rush in before the end of the year,” according to a production spokesperson, due to the “huge scale of the production” and “the time needed to implement creative changes.” King Kong features a score by Marius de Vries and book by Craig Lucas. Set against the backdrop of bustling New York City in the 1930s, the show tells the story of the infamous ape and his encounter with aspiring actress Ann Darrow, megalomaniac filmmaker Carl Denham, stubborn first mate Jack Driscoll and the people of NYC. The Australian production of King Kong is directed by Daniel Kramer.
View Comments Of Mice and Men Of Mice and Men tells the story of two migrant workers: George (Franco), a sharp but uneducated, short-tempered man, and Lennie (O’Dowd), a large but simple-minded man. Together they hope to one day acquire their own piece of land. But when Lennie stirs up trouble on the job, George must choose between protecting his friend or continuing to strive for the American dream. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 27, 2014 Three stars of the screen are in the wings, ready to make their Broadway debuts on March 19 as Of Mice and Men begins previews at the Longacre Theatre. Oscar nominee James Franco, Chris O’Dowd and Leighton Meester lead the cast of the stage adaptation of the classic John Steinbeck novella. This is the first time the play will have been on Broadway in 40 years. Additional cast members include Tony winner Jim Norton, Ron Cephas Jones, Alex Morf, Joel Marsh Garland, James McMenamin, Jim Ortlieb, Jim Parrack, Michael Dempsey, Kevin Jackson, Erica Lutz and Stephen Payne. The strictly limited engagement will open officially on April 16.
What a night! What a night! The ceremony has sadly come to a close, but we can’t stop thinking about all of the phenomenal performances we saw this evening. From Neil Patrick Harris’ hot glasses-licking session with Samuel L. Jackson to the thrill of the fight in the Rocky ring, there was no shortage of awe-inspiring, unbelievable and just plain awesome live performances this year. Did Cabaret make you feel good? Did A Gentleman’s Guide make you want to get away with murder? Did Beautiful put a smile on your face? Cast your vote for your favorite performance below! View Comments
The 2015 season of New York City Center’s Encores! series will open with George and Ira Gershwin’s Lady, Be Good on February 4, 2015. Next up will be Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s Paint Your Wagon, followed by John Kander and Fred Ebb’s Zorba!. Rob Berman will helm both Paint Your Wagon and Zorba!. No casting has been announced at this time. View Comments Zorba! will run May 6, 2015 through May 10. The re-imagining of Nikos Kazantzakis’s best-selling tale of a larger than life Greek jack-of-all-trades features a book by Joseph Stein, music by Kander and lyrics by Ebb. Helmed by Hal Prince, the original production starred Herschel Bernardi and Maria Karnilova and opened at the Imperial Theater on November 16, 1968 and ran for 305 performances. Songs include “Life Is” and “Only Love.” Lady, Be Good! will run February 4, 2015 through February 8. The original production opened at the Liberty Theater on December 1, 1924 and ran for 330 performances. The stars of the show included Fred and Adele Astaire playing a penniless brother and sister who crash a garden party in hopes of some quick nourishment. With music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin, and a book by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson, songs include “Oh, Lady Be Good,” “Fascinatin’ Rhythm” and “The Half of it Dearie Blues.” Founding Encores! Music Director Rob Fisher will return as music director of Lady, Be Good, and will supervise the restoration of Gershwin’s original score. Paint Your Wagon will play March 18, 2015 through March 22. The musical, set in a mining camp in Gold Rush–era California, is the story of a dreaming gold miner and his daughter whose world is changed when the daughter finds gold—and love—near their camp. The original production opened at the Shubert Theater on November 12, 1951 and ran for 289 performances. With a book and lyrics by Lerner and music by Loewe, the original production was directed by Daniel Mann and choreographed by Agnes De Mille. Songs include “They Call the Wind Maria,” “I Talk to the Trees” and “I’m On My Way.”
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is one of the nation’s leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations View Comments The Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction includes one-of-a-kind opportunities to own a part of theater history or to step into the footlights. Broadway fans can search for unique showbiz treasures, meet favorite cast members and bid on exclusive backstage experiences. The Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction takes place from 10 AM to 7 PM. The 28th annual Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction will take place on September 21 in the newly transformed Times Square pedestrian plaza, Shubert Alley and along West 44th Street in the heart of New York City’s Theater District. The event benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Shows and organizations participating in the Flea Market, packages to be offered in the Grand Auction and stars set to appear at the Autograph Table & Photo Booth will be announced in September. Last year, the Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction raised $631,222, bringing the event’s 27-year total to more than $10.3 million.