Mother Arrested After Police Find House Littered With Dog Feces, Soiled Diapers

first_imgShare: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) MGN Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – A Jamestown mother was arrested Thursday afternoon after officers found her child wandering alone in the area of Burtch Street.Jamestown Police say Linda Troutman, 27, is charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child.Officers were first advised by residents in the area that a toddler was found wandering along for at least an hour.Police were able to locate the child’s mother inside a nearby residence. While speaking with Troutman officers observed deplorable living conditions inside the house. It is alleged that Troutman’s house was littered with dog feces, soiled diapers, food and other garbage.Police said Troutman was taken into custody and transported to Jamestown City Jail.It is unclear if the child, or other children in the house, were taken into protective custody.last_img read more

Governor Cuomo Says Ski Resorts Can Reopen Starting Next Month

first_imgImage courtesy: Peek’n PeakALBANY – Ski resorts will be able to open at 50 percent capacity starting Nov. 6, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced during a Sunday afternoon press conference.Masks will be required at all times except when eating and drinking or skiing.Social distancing will be also required between parties at all times.Gondolas and ski lifts will be limited to members of the same party, and skiing lessons will be limited to no more than ten people at a time. Resorts must reduce capacity on the mountain by 25 percent during “peak” days, or if multiple trails are closed due to unseasonable conditions.Rented or shared equipment must be thoroughly cleaned or disinfected. 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)last_img read more

Congressman Reed Heartbroken Following Fatal Rush Of U.S. Capitol

first_imgZUMA / MGN WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Reed (R) says he is heartbroken after Trump supporters breached the U.S. Capitol Wednesday during the electoral vote count, resulting in the fatal shooting of a woman.Reed, who represents New York’s 23rd Congressional District, says the violence is absolutely unacceptable.“My heart breaks for our nation right now,” Reed said in a statement. “Our country and its beautiful democracy is better than this. Our Constitution calls for the civil transition of power and though we may not agree with the election results, we must agree to always act with honor and civility towards all.”“We believe in the right to peacefully protest, but we must emphatically reject these horrible instances of physical attacks on our governing institutions and let democracy proceed.” Metropolitan police confirmed Wednesday evening the person who was shot at the U.S. Capitol as dozens of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the building and violently clashed with police has died.The exact circumstances surrounding the shooting were unclear. Graphic social media video shows a mob inside the Capitol building when a shot is heard and a woman wearing a Trump banner around her neck can be seen lying motionless on the floor.She was transported to a local hospital but died of her injuries. The victim’s identity has not been publicly released.Metropolitan police told NewsNation they are heading the investigation into her death, but declined to give any additional details.The shooting came as dozens of Trump supporters breached security perimeters and entered the U.S. Capitol as Congress was meeting, expected to vote and affirm Joe Biden’s presidential win. 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),Remember when Anti-Kavanaugh protesters took over the Hart Senate Office Bldg. atrium on Capitol Hill. in October 2018 …….I dolast_img read more

He’s Ba-ack! Original Star Jeff Blumenkrantz Returns to Murder For Two

first_imgAfter appearing in the New York Philharmonic’s Sweeney Todd concert, original Murder For Two cast member Jeff Blumenkrantz has returned to the scene of the crime—New World Stages, that is—to play all of the suspects in the hit off-Broadway musical comedy on March 17. He succeeds composer Joe Kinosian, who took over the role during Blumenkrantz’s hiatus. Directed by Scott Schwartz, Murder For Two features music by Kinosian, lyrics by Kellen Blair and a book by both Kinosian and Blair. Blumenkrantz reunites with original cast member Brett Ryback in the zany musical comedy. Murder For Two is a murder mystery with a twist: one actor (Ryback) investigates the crime, the other plays all the suspects (Kinosian) and they both play the piano. Blumenkrantz has appeared on Broadway in Into the Woods, The Threepenny Opera, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, A Class Act and Damn Yankees. His film and TV credits include The Good Wife, Will and Grace, 30 Rock and Ugly Betty. Murder For Two Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on June 29, 2014 View Commentslast_img read more

Six Things We Never Knew About Idina, Sutton & More Tony-Nominated Leading Ladies

first_imgWhat happens when you put five Tony-nominated leading ladies in a room together? (No, they don’t have a Hunger Game-style fight to the death. How dare you even suggest that?) As we found out in this fascinating New York Times interview, they gossip, spill their secrets and of course, dreamcast each other. The Bridges of Madison County star Kelli O’Hara, Violet headliner Sutton Foster, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical star Jessie Mueller, If/Then leading lady Idina Menzel and A Night With Janis Joplin’s Mary Bridget Davies shared some interesting tidbits we never knew before! Check out what we learned below. 6. They’re forced to tweet In the age of social media, it’s not enough for a Broadway star to show up to rehearsal and perform eight times a week. Now, she also has to tweet. “Bridges is the first time in my life where I opened a Twitter account,” O’Hara said, adding, “They basically forced me to.” How does Foster keep her Twitter page interesting? “I just tweet about food. Food and cookies and my dog,” she said. Amen, sister. Jessie Mueller 1. Idina Menzel was “too witchy” for Into the Woods Yes. You read that correctly. “I auditioned for the last revival of [Into the Woods], before Wicked,” Menzel recalled. “I learned ‘Last Midnight.’ When I was done, James Lapine said, ‘Well, that was witchy.’ I left crying. I thought, I can’t pull off Stephen Sondheim.” Don’t worry, Idina. You’ll always be our number-one witch. 5. Sutton Foster’s alter ego is Toni Collette On stage, Violet star Sutton Foster is a force to be reckoned with. How does she channel that fabulousness? By pretending to be Toni Collette, of course. “What would Toni Collette do?” she asks herself. But she’s not the only one—Menzel pretends she’s Glenn Close! View Comments Star Files Kelli O’Hara 4. Jessie Mueller never thought she was pretty She’s now a glamorous Broadway star, but before making it big, Beautiful star Jessie Mueller didn’t feel so, uh, beautiful. “Growing up, I never felt like the pretty girl,” the Tony nominee explained. “Carole King felt that [too].” Idina Menzel Sutton Foster Mary Bridget Davies 2. Kelli O’Hara wanted to sing like Sutton Foster The Bridges of Madison County star has one of the most gorgeous voices we can think of, but the lights are always brighter on the other side of the Great White Way. “There was a time when I thought, ‘If only I could sing like Sutton,’” O’Hara told the Times. Thankfully, there’s room on Broadway for both of them! 3. Mary Bridget Davies can tap dance A Night with Janis Joplin star Mary Bridget Davies, the newcomer of the bunch, has more tricks up her sleeve than wailing Janis Joplin tunes. “My favorite [role] would be Reno Sweeney [in Anything Goes],” Davies said. “I love tap.” Are we the only ones imagining Foster teaching Davies the entire eight-minute Anything Goes tap sequence at a sleepover? Just us? View All (5)last_img read more

Frozen’s Elsa May be Headed to TV Before Broadway

first_img Once Upon a Time is an American fairy tale drama series that takes place in the seaside town of Storybrooke Maine, whose residents are popular fairy tale characters. The show premiered in fall 2011. View Comments It would make sense. Disney, which made Frozen, also owns ABC. So Elsa and no doubt Anna, will probably be making their presence felt on the small screen long before they make their previously reported move to Broadway. Before we go any further, spoiler alert if you haven’t seen the season three finale of ABC’s Once Upon a Time, which aired May 11. Still with us? It seems that Frozen’s Elsa (well, her back, with that oh-so-recognizable blonde hair and blue dress) made a surprise appearance at the end of the aforementioned episode. According to the Daily Mail, it therefore looks like Storybrooke could be in for a cold spell next season, with Elsa joining the cast of characters on the hit show.last_img read more

Check Out the Cover For Hedwig Star Neil Patrick Harris’ New Book!

first_img Hedwig and the Angry Inch View Comments Related Shows Star Files Ever wanted to trade in your boring existence for the glamorous life of Hedwig and the Angry Inch star Neil Patrick Harris? Your prayers have been answered! You can now travel along with NPH in his new book, a “revolutionary Joycean experiment in light celebrity narrative.” In Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography, the Tony nominee lets the reader live his life. Would you like to try out for Doogie Howser, M.D.? What kind of caviar would you like to eat on Elton John’s yacht? The options are endless. Plus, there’s cocktail recipes, magic tricks and of course, “embarrassing photos from your time as a child actor.” Neil, this sounds amazing. Get a sneak peek of the book, now available for pre-order, then pick it up in stores October 14! Neil Patrick Harris Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 13, 2015last_img read more

Brandon Victor Dixon Will Headline West End Transfer of The Scottsboro Boys

first_img The Scottsboro Boys is based on the notorious “Scottsboro” case of the 1930s, in which nine African-American men were unjustly accused of attacking two white women on a train in Alabama. The young men were convicted by an all-white jury and spent years in jail while the case was tried and retried. View Comments Star Files Tony nominee Brandon Victor Dixon, who originated the role of Haywood Patterson in the first US production of The Scottsboro Boys and is currently starring as Berry Gordy in Motown The Musical on Broadway, will make his West End debut in The Scottsboro Boys. As previously reported, Kander and Ebb’s musical will transfer to the West End’s Garrick Theatre following its highly acclaimed run at the Young Vic. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, the award-winning production will begin performances on October 4 prior to an October 20 opening night. Dixon will be joined by several American cast members reprising their Young Vic roles in the West End. They will include Olivier nomine Colman Domingo as Mr Bones, Forrest McClendon as Mr Tambo and James T Lane as Ozie Powell.  British cast members include Game of Thrones’ Julian Glover, reprising his role as The Interlocutor. They will appear alongside Dawn Hope, Dex Lee, Rohan Pinnock-Hamilton, Richard Pitt, Emile Ruddock and Carl Spencer. Further casting will be announced soon. The Scottsboro Boys first played off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre and the Guthrie Theatre prior to opening on Broadway in 2010, earning 12 Tony nominations, including Best Musical and Best Direction of a Musical. The tuner received its London premiere in 2013 and went on to receive the Critics’ Circle Award for Best Musical. Brandon Victor Dixonlast_img read more

B’way’s After Midnight Will Shutter; Honeymoon Eyes Brooks Atkinson

first_img Star Files Conceived by Jack Viertel and directed and choreographed by Warren Carlyle, After Midnight is an evocative new musical that tackles the sexy, smoky glamour of the Jazz Age, set in the heyday of Duke Ellington’s years at Harlem’s Cotton Club. In addition to LaBelle, the show currently stars Tony winner Adriane Lenox and Dule Hill. This summer, Gladys Knight and Natalie Cole had also been set to join the roster of special guest star vocalists. Related Shows Dulé Hill After Midnight began performances on October 18, 2013 and officially opened on November 3. The producers are looking to take the show on a national tour. After Midnightcenter_img Adriane Lenox Show Closed This production ended its run on June 29, 2014 View Comments After Midnight will close at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on June 29, the day current special guest star Patti LaBelle is due to depart. The show was nominated for seven Tonys, but only won one, for best choreography. At the time of its closing, the Broadway production will have run eight months and played 19 preview performances and 272 regular performances. According to The New York Times, Honeymoon in Vegas, which composer Jason Robert Brown recently confirmed is eyeing the Great White Way in the fall, may now go into the Brooks Atkinson.last_img read more

Stockard Channing Hopes to Go Back to B’way’s It’s Only a Play Soon

first_img View Comments Channing took home a Tony for Joe Egg and has been nominated for her performances in Other Desert Cities, Pal Joey, The Lion in Winter, Four Baboons Adoring the Sun, Six Degrees of Separation and The House of Blue Leaves. Tony winner Stockard Channing, who as previously reported is out of the star-studded comedy It’s Only a Play on Doctor’s orders, is aiming to get back to the show soon. A spokesperson for the production told Broadway.com: “On the advice of her physician, Ms. Channing will be returning to her role in It’s Only A Play next week. We had previously anticipated her return this week but let us assure you that she will be returning to the production shortly—it’s only an injury.” Tony nominee Isabel Keating is stepping into the role of Virginia Noyes. Show Closed This production ended its run on June 7, 2015 Directed by Jack O’Brien, the Broadway production is currently in preview at the Schoenfeld Theatre and will officially open on October 9. The show, penned by Terrence McNally, also stars Tony winners Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham, Emmy winner Megan Mullally, Harry Potter alum Rupert Grint and newcomer Micah Stock. Related Shows It’s Only a Playlast_img read more