Image by Jamestown Police.UPDATE: Homeowner Speaks Out After Property Is Vandalized For Supporting PoliceJAMESTOWN – Police in Jamestown are trying to find out who spray painted anti-police graffiti on a city street and private sidewalk Tuesday night.Jamestown Police say the incidents are believed to have occurred sometime between 8 p.m. on Tuesday night and 08:15 am Wednesday morning at a private residence and on city property on Arlington Avenue.Police say an unknown person(s) used black spray paint to write several anti-law enforcement sentiments onto a walkway of a Northside residence that had a Police Flag displayed in the yard.Similar comments were written on the roadway near this residence as well, police said. “My office has been made aware of hateful spray paint activity at an Arlington Avenue property,” said Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist in a statement. “We don’t condone this type of activity. We’ve been working with local community justice groups and the police to make sure their voices are heard and that we are working together to bring positive change to the city.”“We encourage open and productive dialogue and not this kind of activity,” furthered the Mayor. “Anyone who may have information related to this incident is asked to contact the Jamestown Police Department.”Investigators are asking anyone who may have info on this incident to contact them at 483-7537 or via the anonymous Tips Line at 483-Tips (8477) or via the Tips 411 App. 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)
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) WNY News Now File Image.JAMESTOWN – In an attempt to maintain low levels of COVID-19 at SUNY JCC, all operations will move to a remote format starting today.The college announced the change on its website.As predicted by healthcare officials, a significant increase in COVID-19 cases is occurring in the region. With recommendations from JCC’s health services team, they are suspending on-campus instruction and campus operations.“This decision was made with an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our students and employees during this second, and in many cases, more severe wave of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said JCC president Daniel DeMarte in a statement. “Cases of COVID-19 are predicted to continue to climb even higher in the coming holiday weeks.” However, essential personnel are allowed on campus. Courses scheduled through Cornell Cooperative Extension and Workforce Readiness will continue as scheduled.The school says student support services, which include tutoring, academic advising, library services, and more, will continue to be available to students.The college says they will continue remote until the Christmas break.
523.4 COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 0.7% 0-390 14726- Conewango Valley0 Total Cases Zip Code 14781- Sherman3 0.3% 20 60-693 18.2% 34 17 914 14769- Portland2 303.2 543.5 164.0 NYS Fatality Rate: 4.06%US Fatality Rate: 1.7%Source: John Hopkins University COVID-19 Tracker 12/29/2020 55 189 14081- Irving0 14062- Forestville9 1316 3 21 149.6 0.7% 3.55% 2 0.49% 21 3 1.1% 12.8% 0.3% 14787- Westfield26 640 12.12% 14767- Panama1 506.4 14710- Ashville7 13.95% 6.57% Percent 10 14712- Bemus Point15 0.3% 657.1 28 3.4% 551.5 Total Deaths 473.4 296.2 14782- Sinclairville10 14 14723- Cherry Creek4 2 39 461.4 13 624.6 14750- Lakewood13 0.40% 22 3.2% Active Cases 14722- Chautauqua0 14775- Ripley3 Age 20 24.34% 740.7 139.8 197.6 14724- Clymer2 494.3 55 14736- Findley Lake1 0 12.51% MAYVILLE – Four new COVID-19 deaths and 376 new cases of the virus were reported in Chautauqua County from over the past weekend.The county Health Department’s COVID-19 Dashboard reported the update on Monday.According to the new data, the deaths involved a 70-year-old, two 80-year-olds and a 90-year-old.There have been 44 deaths connected to the virus since the pandemic began in the county. The number of those hospitalized rose to 42, from 40 last week. The seven-day average percent positivity rate is also up, from 11.2 percent to 13.4 percent.To date there have been 5,010 cases of COVID-19 with 4,251 people recovering.More from Monday’s update is posted below:COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 150.9 34 0.3% 14728- Dewittville0 Number 288.5 161 50-59742 No897 692.3 191.5 1.9% New Cases 98 0 2.3% Percent of Total Cases 715 12.12% 22 14757- Mayville5 169 40 14716- Brocton13 4 Number 90+4 0.4% 57 Fatality Rate 726.9 24 15 36 16 170 335.0 Symptoms 40-493 3.9% 370.7 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) 612.0 3 60-69607 0.0% 3 0.8% 3 80-8919 14740- Gerry3 35 3.0% 0.8% 14701- Jamestown87 203 14048- Dunkirk95 1.5% 75 4 128 Percent 14733- Falconer10 14138- South Dayton1 14738- Frewsburg11 14718- Cassadaga1 2.0% 159 15 14784- Stockton2 196 0.7% 111 5 3.65% 26.3% Fatality Rate by Age Group 0.7% 14063- Fredonia35 Yes2789 14136- Silver Creek14 3.8% 5010 0.4% 0.0 0-19627 3.4% 2.6% 0 5 20-29901 17.98% 510.9 1121.5 40-49699 0.43% 80-89178 376 3 16 70-79329 70-7912 14 1.78% 90+89 1.1% 10.67% 100.0% COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 30-39676 19 0.88% Total 6 Symptoms Known3686 150 Age Group 14720- Celoron0 116 0.0 1.1% Active Case Rate (per 100,000 residents) 0 50-593 2.2% All Ages44 13.49% 677.5 0.00% 4.49% 211.8 79 538.3 0.0 14747- Kennedy3 93 75.66%
Downton Abbey returns this Sunday, January 5, with the series featuring stage favorites Dame Maggie Smith and Shirley MacLaine. Relive some of Matthew and Mary’s most romantic moments below and please pass the tissues! Stars – they’re just like us. Well at least when it comes to watching PBS-favorite Downton Abbey. Broadway vet and former upstairs Downton resident Dan Stevens said he’ll be watching along with the rest of us when season four premieres, according to The Hollywood Reporter. View Comments Stevens, who played Matthew Crawley (RIP!), the husband to Lady Mary said, “I have absolutely no idea what becomes of Mary because I want to watch it with the American audience—it will be fun. After all, I live in Brooklyn now.”
Cabaret Alan Cumming Show Closed This production ended its run on March 29, 2015 Related Shows Life is a Cabaret, old chum! Alan Cumming, reprising his Tony Award-winning role as the Emcee in the Sam Mendes/Rob Marshall revival, tweeted this selfie March 21 just before his first performance in the production at Studio 54. The Scot has been brutally honest about the changes he’s undergone in the last 16 years since he played the part, even tweeting about how he’s now a man who dyes his hair and talking about how he’s now an “ancient old hag” in interviews. Well, we can’t wait to see you at Studio 54, Mr. Cumming, you’ll always be young in our eyes. We do have a favor to ask, though: how about tweeting a hot shot of your co-star Michelle Williams? We really want to know what she looks like as Sally Bowles! Star Files View Comments
Joining Laciura in the cast are Ross DeGraw, Christine Marie Heath, Justin R.G. Holcomb and Nicole M. Carroll. Opening night is scheduled for May 14. View Comments Set against the bonds of baseball and moving between 1968 and 1992, the play tells the story of an ambitious young reporter who tries to uncover secrets about a respected, retired doctor. Honor Bound Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 19, 2014 Albert J. Repicci’s Honor Bound begins performances on April 18 at St. Luke’s Theatre. Under the direction of Josh Iacovelli, the new drama stars Boardwalk Empire’s Anthony Laciuera.
View Comments Great news, sexy, hot-tub-loving singles: The Bachelor is casting! But this season, we have a brilliant idea—why not cast a hunky Broadway bachelor to be the next star of the deliciously dramatic ABC reality series? From Norm Lewis to Matt Doyle to Taye Diggs to Aaron Tveit (who looks really dreamy in orange, we might add), we’d hang out with these guys in a hot tub any day of the week. So we have to know: In your wildest dreams, which Broadway leading man should be the next star of The Bachelor? Cast your vote below!
Graham’s film credits include Boogie Nights, The Hangover (and its second sequel) and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. On TV, she can be seen in Californication and the Lifetime film adaptation of Flowers in the Attic. Weller’s most recently appeared on Broadway in Mothers and Sons. His additional stage credits include Take Me Out, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Rehearsal, The Little Foxes and Seascape. Crovatin appeared in LaBute’s reasons to be pretty and Reasons to be Happy at L.A. Theatre Works; she also starred in his short play In the Beginning at Clurman Theater’s Theater Uncut. Thorne has appeared on screen in the USA series Necessary Roughness, as well as Rescue Me and The Wire. She returns off-Broadway after appearing in The Country Club and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 19, 2014 Star Files Related Shows View Comments The Money Shot Heather Graham and Frederick Weller will star in the previously announced world premiere of Neil LaBute’s The Money Shot. The MCC Theater production will begin performances at the Lucille Lortel Theatre on September 4 and run through October 12. Opening night is set for September 22. Also joining the cast are Gia Crovatin and Callie Thorne. The Money Shot, directed by Terry Kinney, tells the story of Karen (Graham) and Steve (Weller), two glamorous movie stars with one thing in common: desperation. The night before filming a big scene for the latest film by a hot shot European director, the two meet with their respective partners to make an important decision: how far will they let themselves go to keep from slipping further down the Hollywood food chain? Frederick Weller
Your favorite Broadway bachelor Aaron Tveit’s previously reported movie Big Sky has a release date! The film, which also stars Bella Thorne, Kyra Sedgwick and Frank Grillo will hit theaters and video on demand on August 14.Directed by Mexican filmmaker Jorge Michel Grau (whose We Are What We Are centered on a family of cannibals), the dark film features Tveit as an emotionally and physically scarred young man. “He dealt with some abuse when he was a kid,” Tveit revealed exclusively to Broadway.com. “You come to find out he got hit in the head with a shovel by his mom and because of this, he has some issues. It’s definitely a part I’ve never played before. I get to really challenge myself with some physical impediments. I’m nervous about it, but in a really good way. Good nervous!”Check out Tveit’s third appearance on Show People With Paul Wontorek below. View Comments
View Comments Pick your Brian d’Arcy James: On Broadway, he serves up laughs and musical references in Something Rotten!, but on screen, he’s among the leading cast in the antithesis of musical comedy. In the recently released Spotlight, the Tony nominee plays Matt Carroll, the real-life reporter who helped uncover the Boston archdiocese sexual abuse scandal as part of the The Boston Globe’s Pulitzer-winning Spotlight Team. In a recent chat with Broadway.com, d’Arcy James opened up about balancing Broadway with his burgeoning film career, confronting the gravity of the movie’s subject matter and yes, whether or not he’d return to Hamilton.Congratulations on being part of such a momentous film! Thank you! It really is powerful, isn’t it?This has to be huge for you. You’re part of the principal cast in a major motion picture; was there any initial pressure? It is a big deal for me, but remarkably, I didn’t feel the pressure. If I got the vote of confidence from [director and co-writer] Tom McCarthy just getting the job, that gave just a great deal of confidence in myself. That’s not to say I wasn’t agog the first couple of days around the table thinking, “How the hell did I get here?!” But the work was inviting and exciting because the people are so remarkable.You filmed this while doing the Something Rotten! workshop last fall. Nick Bottom is a considerably lighter character than Matt. Did you experience mood whiplash? With each medium comes its own territory. It’s such a different pace and method of working when you’re shooting a film, as opposed to going eight hours every day in a rehearsal room and just digging through the soil to get to creating a show. In a film you’re doing it piecemeal, so you’re latching on to the character as you go.What about on set? How do you find the balance between respecting the significance of the material and making sure it’s not entirely draining emotionally? What I found so amazing about being on set was how fun it was. That doesn’t seem like the right word to use, because the content you’re absorbing is tragic and unfathomable. I do think that we all were looking for a chance to turn our heads away a little bit and give ourselves a chance to breath before heading back into diving into these awful stories.Did being a father inform your choices in playing this character who is so deeply motivated by being a parent?If anything, I had an immediate grasp on the motives of the character. Sometimes it’s hard when you’re playing a real person. You want to make sure you understand what they did and why. In this case, there was no second thought for me, as a father, of what that moment meant. When Matt has to hold on to the story and not tell his neighbors that there is an abusive priest living on their street, that is an interesting personal dilemma that allows the audience to see how the story is seeping into his personal life.How does it feel to be part of such an important film—one that you have to talk about afterward?To even get a movie, and then the film is really good, and then on top of that to have it have some kind of social impact is rare. And there’s the conversation that’s happening right now in terms of critical acclaim. We’ll see how things move forward, but—oh boy, talk about threading the needle! I feel really lucky with this.Your co-star Michael Keaton came to Something Rotten! recently. What was it like having him there given his history with the St. James in Birdman? I think it was a kick for him. He was walking through different points of the stage and describing some of the filmmaking techniques they used. It was interesting to hear him talk about particular beats from the movie that I could immediately recognize as he was explaining how they were shot. And what a strange confluence of events for me to be in the theater where he shot this movie only two years ago!Would you ever return to Hamilton? I would love any chance to go back to that show. I owe them such a debt of gratitude. It’s not ideal when you assemble a cast and then six weeks into it one of them leaves. So if only to say I owe you for that, I would come back. But clearly it’s not about that. It’s about being selfish in wanting to be in the most extraordinary show! Just being a part of that equation is something I’m so proud of, and I feel so lucky.Spotlight, which also stars Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber and John Slattery, is now playing in select theaters.