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),If total transparency is true why are the locations of the last 4 positives being kept from the public? That’s not transparency!,It doesn’t matter. If you go out, you’re at risk. It’s everywhere. It’s on every cart, every handle, every railing, in every store, in every restaurant.,In a statement, Sundquist said, “I want to urge all city residents to continue as they have been .staying home as much as possible, maintaining social distance, and taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of you and your family.” LOOK AROUND! People aren’t taking it seriously or staying home. They still hang together, get the whole family together to go shopping and go to the parks, etc. I see it every day I go to work as an “essential employee “. MGN ImageJAMESTOWN – Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist is urging city residents to continue to shelter in place, even though there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city.In a statement, Sundquist said, “I want to urge all city residents to continue as they have been; staying home as much as possible, maintaining social distance, and taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of you and your family.”As more Covid-19 cases are confirmed in Chautauqua County, Sundquist said he recognizes the need to provide accurate and timely communications to residents.“The health and well-being of our citizens is a top priority for my administration. I want to remind residents that the Chautauqua County Health Department, the lead agency for the COVID-19 response, has not publicly confirmed any positive cases in the City of Jamestown.” “My office is aware of social media posts and other conversations regarding potential cases. As Mayor, I firmly believe total transparency is necessary to fight this disease and any misconceptions surrounding it. But, in the meantime, the City will do what we have done all along: be proactive and take any precautionary measures we feel are necessary to fight this disease.”He asked residents to stay positive and cooperate in efforts to confine the virus.In addition, he said his administration will continue to update residents on the situation and continue to do what is best for local residents.
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) JAMESTOWN – Officials in Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Warren Counties announced several new positive cases of COVID-19 across the region on Wednesday.In Chautauqua County, there are two new cases, consisting of a man in his 60’s and a woman in her 70’s.This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 90. There remain 257 cases under quarantine or isolation orders while there have been 71 recovered cases, 2 remain in hospitalization, and 4 fatalities. There have also been 4,008 negative test results to date.Cattaraugus County also reported two new cases; an asymptomatic woman who lives in the southeast part of the county with no contact history, and a male health care worker who also resides in the same section of the county who has known contact with COVID 19 patients. These two new cases bring the confirmed number of cases to 71. Additionally, Warren County has announced one new case of COVID-19, bringing the county total to four confirmed cases.Officials have not released any information regarding the new positive case.
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) MGN ImageBUSTI – Police have identified the woman killed in a Friday evening crash on Busti-Sugar Grove Road near the New York, Pennsylvania line.Lakewood-Busti Police say around 6:30 p.m. a vehicle operated by 51-year-old Joseph Wisnewski, of Jamestown, was heading south when a deer ran in front of it.Wisnewski, police say, swerved to miss the animal causing his vehicle to travel off the east side of the roadway striking a tree head-on. Wisnewski, police report, had to be extricated from the vehicle.Officers say the front seat passenger, 65-year-old Carol Boyer, also of Jamestown, was pronounced dead at the scene. Additionally, there were two children in the back seat of the vehicle, a 13-year-old and two-year-old, that were taken to UPMC Chautauqua Hospital with minor injuries.The Busti Fire Department, Lakewood Fire Department and Chautauqua County EMS were among department that responded to the scene.
Star Files Lord of the Dance Is Back…with Goddess Nadine Coyle Hopefully you didn’t bury your clogs too deep in your closet, because the international dance sensation Lord of the Dance is returning this September. According to the Daily Mail, the new incarnation, subtitled Dangerous Games, will play the London Palladium for an eight-week engagement beginning September 1. Of the dancers set to kick up their heels are Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle (as goddess Erin, Mother of Ireland) and the show’s creator Michael Flatley. Daniel Radcliffe Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Andrew Lippa & Alexandra Silber Bring I Am Harvey Milk to L.A. Outer Critics Circle Award nominee Alexandra Silber (Arlington) will join composer Andrew Lippa in the Los Angeles premiere of his oratorio I Am Harvey Milk this summer. The two join the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles on July 19 and 20 at Disney Concert Hall under the direction of Noah Himmelstein. As previously announced, Lippa will bring the show to New York in October, performing alongside Kristin Chenoweth. View Comments Daniel Radcliffe Loses the Crutch for What If Wait, is DanRad replacing Idina in If/Then?! Not quite, though we know he’d make a beautiful woman. The Cripple of Inishmaan star leads the new romantic comedy What If, which also features Broadway vets Adam Driver, Zoe Kazan and Rafe Spall. Take a look at the trailer that covers everything from sex and nachos to defenestration (your vocab word of the day).
How many lives has Cats now had?! The acclaimed West End revival of the classic tuner, which is currently playing an extended limited run at the London Palladium through April 25, may return to the venue this Christmas. According to The Daily Mail, Andrew Lloyd Webber wants the musical to play another limited engagement over the 2015 holiday season. As we previously reported, the legendary composer will then bring Cats back to the Great White Way in 2016, potentially starring Nicole Scherzinger, who is currently playing Grizabella in the show. Scherzinger departs the production this weekend and will be replaced by Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Kerry Ellis from February 9. Cats, featuring a score by Lloyd Webber and lyrics by T.S. Eliot, Trevor Nunn and Richard Stilgoe, ran for 21 years in London and 18 years on Broadway. It won seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Based on Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, the tuner tells the story of the Jellicle cats and each cat’s individual quest to be selected as the lucky one who will ascend to “the Heaviside Layer.” Broadway.com recently attended the production’s opening night to chat with Lloyd Webber; check out the video below of all the feline frenzy! View Comments
View Comments Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.Barry Manilow on Sting & Bringing Harmony to B’wayBarry Manilow still hopes that his musical Harmony, which has previously played in Atlanta and L.A., will come to the Great White Way. However, the Grammy—and honorary Tony—winning icon is wary about the move to New York. “You just don’t play around with this Broadway musical thing unless you just want to lose everything,” Manilow told Billboard. “Look what happened to Sting (and The Last Ship)…he did a beautiful job and they lost everything.” Harmony tells the story of a group of young men in 1920s Germany who formed one of the world’s first boy bands and rose to superstardom around the globe. We’ll let you know if the tuner comes in this one direction!There is Nothing Like Dame Helen MirrenThe Audience star Helen Mirren will be honored by Roundabout at their annual spring gala. There is Nothing Like a Dame will take place on March 2 at the Waldorf Astoria, where the Oscar winner will be presented with the Jason Robards Award for Excellence in Theatre. Scott Ellis will direct the tribute, which will feature Jennifer Garner, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming, Laura Benanti, Santino Fontana, Kelli O’Hara, Laura Osnes and more. Mirren begins performances in The Audience on February 14 at the Gerald Schoenfeld—sounds like the perfect Valentine’s date destination to us!The Actors Fund to Award Mike BloombergSpring—and Tony season—must be around the corner with all these fancy events being announced! The Actors Fund will pay tribute to entrepreneur and philanthropist Michael R. Bloomberg at its annual gala on May 11 at the New York Marriott Marquis. The former Big Apple Mayor will receive the Fund’s Medal of Honor, the highest award given by the 133-year old non-profit human services organization serving everyone in performing arts and entertainment.Watch Rosie O’Donnell Talk Leaving The ViewEyebrows were raised when Rosie O’Donnell didn’t address her reasons for leaving The View on the ABC show earlier this week. However, the honorary Tony winner later posted her explanation online, saying she was “minimizing my stress” because of health issues. It was also recently revealed that O’Donnell is divorcing her wife Michelle Rounds, who she married in 2012, and there have additionally been rumors that all was not well behind-the-scenes with the show. Check out O’Donnell’s video below. Star Files Kristin Chenoweth
It’s time to dig deep! Full casting has been revealed for the much-buzzed about one-night-only concert presentation of Bombshell. Smash alums Jeremy Jordan, Brian d’Arcy James (Something Rotten), Leslie Odom, Jr. (Hamilton) and more will join the company for the event benefitting The Actors Fund. The show is set to take place on June 8 at the Minskoff Theatre.Joining Jordan, d’Arcy James, Odom, Jr. and the previously announced Christian Borle, Will Chase, Megan Hilty, Katharine McPhee and Debra Messing, will be Jaime Cepero, Ann Harada, Donna McKechnie and Wesley Taylor.The ensemble will include Yesenia Ayala, Ioana Alfonso, Emily Bindiger, Colin Bradbury, Benjamin Chavez, Dennis Collins, Neal Coomer, Alexa De Barr, Josh Franklin, Karla Garcia, Mary Gatchell, Alex Gibson, Tyrone Jackson, Reed Kelly, Jenny LaRoche, Marty Lawson, Carolyn Leonhart, Karen Lloyd, Michael McArthur, Paul McGill, Chase Madigan, Kevin Osborne, Nicole Prothro, Lillie Ricciardi, Eugene Ruffolo, Michael Ruocco, Sarah Tolar, Jessica Walker, Katie Webber, Tatiana Wechsler and Sam Zack. All cast members appear subject to availability.Bombshell was the Marilyn Monroe musical created in NBC’s series Smash. The June 8 event will feature music by Marc Shaiman, lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman and direction by Joshua Bergasse and Wittman. View Comments
Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 24, 2016 Current Something Rotten star Brooks Ashmanskas and more will complete the cast of Shuffle Along, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed. Starring Audra McDonald, the production will begin performances on March 14, 2016 at the Music Box Theatre. Opening night is set for April 21.Also boarding the cast will be Felicia Boswell, Amber Iman, Adrienne Warren, Phillip Attmore, Darius de Haas, C.K. Edwards, Afra Hines, Curtis Holland, Adrienne Howard, Kendrick Jones, Lisa LaTouche, Alicia Lundgren, J.C. Montgomery, Erin N. Moore, Janelle Neal, Brittany Parks, Arbender Robinson, Karissa Royster, Britton Smith, Zurin Villanueva, Christian Dante White, J.L. Williams, Pamela Yasutake and Richard Riaz Yoder. As previously reported, Billy Porter, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Joshua Henry and Brandon Victor Dixon are also on board.The show, which bills itself as a revival, combines the 1921 musical Shuffle Along with the backstory of the people who brought it to life, including the songwriting team Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle and bookwriters Aubrey Lyles and F.E. Miller. Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk collaborators George C. Wolfe and Savion Glover will reunite to direct and choreograph, respectively. Wolfe will also pen the new book.Shuffle Along first played Broadway and became a runaway hit in May of 1921. The show, which was expected to become an immediate flop following a back-breaking pre-Broadway tour, ended up playing for 504 performance. The story follows two friends who both run for mayor in fictional Jimtown, USA. One wins and the other is appointed chief of police, but as they fight, their opponent plots to drive them out. The original production featured the talents of such soon-to-be theatrical stalwarts as Josephine Baker, Paul Robeson and Lottie Gee. Shuffle Along View Comments
Jersey Shore’s Vinny Guadagnino has boarded the cast of That Bachelorette Show as Giovanni Giovanni, ex-boyfriend and hopeful suitor of the titular bachelorette. The off-Broadway production, starring Fox News’ Red Eye co-host Joanne Nosuchinsky, is playing at 42 West.At That Bachelorette Show you’ll mix, mingle and dance to your favorite radio hits, spun by star Guest DJ’s, as some of the most eligible and spoof-tastic bachelors around vie for our Bachelorette’s…flower. Over the course of the show, they’ll slowly be eliminated until only one winner remains. The rest are up for grabs!Nosuchinsky plays Adriana, The Bachelorette. The cast also includes Andy Peeke as Malcolm Love, Russell Daniels as Brian Burtleman, Pedro de Leon as Dr. Lencho, James Royce Edwards as Nicky Fangs, Douglas Goodhart as Prince Al Zaheed, B.J. Gruber as Zeke Double Moon Turtle, Bret Lada as Tripp Swift, Bennett Leak as Tristan di Stefano, Kelsey J. Nash as Lt. Col. Tyler Peck, Gavyn Pickens as Mack Jenkins, Lukas Poost as Judder Jones and Rachel Hirschfeld as Ricki Ronzoni. That Bachelorette Show View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 23, 2016 Related Shows
Seal(Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images) View Comments “Killer” casting! Seal will take on the role of Pontius Pilate on Fox’s next live musical event, The Passion. The singer will join the previously reported country music icon Trisha Yearwood, Tyler Perry and more in the two-hour telecast, which will air from New Orleans on Palm Sunday, March 20.Seal’s worldwide album sales exceed 30 million; his breakthrough hit was Adamski’s 1991 club hit, “Killer,” followed by his own Top 10 hit, “Crazy.” Later work includes the Grammy-winning “Kiss From a Rose.”The Passion, written by Peter Barsocchini (High School Musical), tells the 2000-year-old story of the last hours of Jesus Christ’s life on earth through a variety of popular music. Set in modern day, the event will follow the story of Jesus of Nazareth, as he presides over the Last Supper, and then is betrayed by Judas, put on trial by Pontius Pilate, convicted, crucified and resurrected. As Mary follows her son into Jerusalem, she already has witnessed Jesus struggle with opposition from other religious leaders, but bolsters him with the boundless depth of a mother’s love. Peter, meanwhile, remains one of Jesus’ closest confidantes, but his loyalty will be sternly tested.The event will unfold live at some of New Orleans’ most iconic locations, while featuring a procession of hundreds of people carrying a 20-foot, illuminated cross from outside the Superdome to the live stage at Woldenburg Park on the banks of the Mississippi River.Along with Yearwood as Mary and Perry as the host/narrator, the cast will include Prince Royce as Peter, Jencarlos Canela as Jesus Christ and Chris Daughtry as Judas.