Attorney: VT deputy didn’t hear police commands in Saratoga shooting

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The attorney for an off-duty Vermont sheriff’s deputy allegedly involved in the shooting incident in Saratoga Springs over the weekend said his client did not realize police were asking him to drop his gun. Get the latest news, sports, weather and events delivered right to your inbox! Saratoga police officers … Read more

Officer involved shooting in the Spa City

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (NEWS10) – City officials confirm this is the first time in 26 years that Saratoga officers have needed to use their guns on the job. The video we are about to share may be graphic to some and viewer discretion is advised. Saratoga Springs Community Reacts to Shooting “First of all, there … Read more

Saratoga Springs Community Reacts to Shooting

Saratoga Springs residents woke up to disturbing news this morning. After police responded to a shooting downtown around 3 a.m. on the corner of Broadway and Caroline Street, one resident still can’t believe another shooting happened. “You know, it’s crazy that this stuff is coming around here now. Unfortunately, confrontations like this are happening in … Read more

On Stage and Screen: How History Is Translated in Pop Culture | Houston Public Media

Photo by Joan MarcusTown Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, [email protected] or @townsquaretalk. Many of the most beloved musicals take inspiration from history such as Hamilton, Evita, 1776, Newsies, and more recently, SIX. We talk with … Read more

‘The Lion King’ to celebrate 25th anniversary with Broadway performance

NEW YORK CITY — More than 112 million people have seen “The Lion King” on stage around the world since the show opened on Broadway 25 years ago, and in honor of that anniversary, an invitation-only performance will be held on Sunday in New York City. It’s been called ‘a pageant with a soul,’ a … Read more

Jennifer Lawrence rules out career in theater due to ‘horrible stage fright’

It turns out, a successful onscreen career isn’t guaranteed to translate over to the stage. Jennifer Lawrence confirmed that a career on Broadway is simply not on the cards for her, thanks to her “horrible stage fright.” The actress, 32, has already achieved a glittering career on the silver screen, winning an Oscar in 2013 … Read more

“Almost Famous” finds a home on Broadway

“Almost Famous” finds a home on Broadway – CBS News Watch CBS News Writer-director Cameron Crowe’s Oscar-winning autobiographical film, about a teenage rock journalist in the 1970s, is now a musical. He talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about dramatizing the personal, even painful, truth in “Almost Famous,” and about how the spirit of his mother … Read more

I SEE U, Episode 65: The Show Must Go Black | Houston Public Media

The most Tony Award-winning Black producer in history, Ron Simons, is leading an historic effort on Broadway to hire more people of color in creative and leadership positions, as well as develop more onstage narratives and storytelling about underrepresented minority communities. Source link