View Comments Star Files Set in Ford County, Mississippi, A Time to Kill tells the story of a young, idealistic lawyer (Arcelus) who defends a black man, Carl Lee Hailey (John Douglas Thompson), for taking the law into his own hands following an unspeakable crime committed against his young daughter. The small town is thrown into upheavel as Jack finds himself arguing against the formidable district attorney, Rufus Buckley, and goes under attack from both sides of a racially divided city. Fred Dalton Thompson will play Judge Noose. A Time To Kill Related Shows A Time to Kill features set design by James Noone, costume design by David Woolard, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, sound design by Lindsay Jones and projection design by Jeff Sugg. Fred Dalton Thompson Sebastian Arcelus Tickets are now on sale for the stage adaptation of John Grisham’s bestselling legal novel A Time to Kill, starring Sebastian Arcelus, Fred Dalton Thompson and John Douglas Thompson. Adapted for the stage by Rupert Holmes and directed by Ethan McSweeny, the new production begins performances September 28, with an official opening night set for October 20 at Broadway’s Golden Theatre. Additional casting will be announced shortly. Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 17, 2013 John Douglas Thompson
See the current Emmy nominee chat about her stage roles and more below. “Yes, absolutely,” responded Lange when asked about a Broadway return in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. “About 12 years ago now, I did a production of what is probably my favorite play ever of all time, Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, and I am planning on doing that sometime within the next year and a half back on Broadway.” Lange starred alongside British actor Charles Dance in a West End production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Long Day’s Journey in November 2000. She earned an Olivier Award nomination for her performance as Mary Tyrone, a drug-addled mother struggling with a morphine addiction. She last tread the Broadway boards as Amanda Wingfield in the 2005 revival of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, and she made her Broadway debut in 1992 as Blanche DuBois in another Williams classic, A Streetcar Named Desire. View Comments The actress was nominated for six Academy Awards (winning two for Tootsie and Blue Sky), five Emmys (winning two for Grey Gardens and American Horror Story) and 13 Golden Globes (winning five). She’s currently wowing audiences in Ryan Murphy’s acclaimed FX series American Horror Story, which premieres its third season in October 2013. “Blanche DuBois and Mary Tyrone probably are my favorite characters that I ever, ever, ever played,” continued Lange. “It’s wonderful when you are able to create this character and then revisit it years later. So that’s what I’m really looking forward to.” Straight from the star herself, Oscar and Emmy winner Jessica Lange has dropped the news that she’ll be returning to the stage in a new Broadway mounting of Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece Long Day’s Journey Into Night.
2. Behind the Scenes at First Date’s “First Impressions” Recording Session: In this exclusive music video, First Date stars Zachary Levi and Krysta Rodriguez step up to the mic to record “First Impressions,” their initial duet on the musical’s Broadway cast recording. Even in a studio, these two have chemistry to spare. 5. Behind the Music With Big Fish Composer Andrew Lippa: Go inside the brand new Broadway musical Big Fish with composer Andrew Lippa, who explains how he set the life and tall tales of Edward Bloom to life in songs such as “Fight the Dragons,” “Be the Hero” and the love song “Daffodils.” Krysta Rodriguez 3. Show People With Chita Rivera: Legendary Broadway star Chita Rivera reviews her incredible career—including her start in the chorus and the moment she got the role of Anita in West Side Story—and previews the forthcoming Legendary Celebration benefit performance honoring her 80th birthday. Zachary Levi 1. Kiss & Tell: Backstage at First Date With Krysta Rodriguez, Episode 8: All good things must come to an end, including Krysta Rodriguez’s fun-filled First Date vlog, and the final episode takes our star from the Broadway Flea Market to the Longacre Theatre for a full-cast farewell performance of “Time of My Life.” And she owes it all to you! 4. First Date Flirts With Krysta Rodriguez: You won’t want to miss Krysta Rodriguez’s video questionnaire of romantic likes (other Leos) and dislikes (when guys check out other women during a date), plus how banjo music gets her in the mood, the time her boyfriend broke up with her on Valentine’s Day and why her First Date tattoo is a “douche magnet.” Another week, another batch of exclusive videos to savor on Broadway.com. A trio of First Date features powered their way into our top five list, together with a revealing interview with the great Chita Rivera and a fascinating look at the music of Big Fish. Click below to catch up on our most-watched videos from September 24 through October 1: Star Files Chita Rivera View Comments
Richard III is the story of Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who is determined that he should wear the crown of England. He has already dispatched one king and that king’s son; now all that stand in his way are two credulous brothers and two helpless nephews—the Princes in the Tower. And woe betide those—the women he wrongs, the henchmen he betrays—who dare to raise a voice against him. In addition to Rylance, cast members include Stephen Fry, Samuel Barnett, Liam Brennan, Paul Chahidi, John Paul Connolly, Peter Hamilton Dyer, Colin Hurley, Jethro Skinner, Angus Wright, Terry McGinity, Kurt Egyiawan, Matt Harrington, Matthew Schechter Hayden Signoretti and Joseph Timms. Twelfth Night The productions feature live music played on traditional Elizabethan instruments with the stage lit almost exclusively by the glow of 100 candles. Audiences will witness the pre-show ritual of actors dressing and preparing their makeup on stage. Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 16, 2014 The Broadway debut of Shakespeare’s Globe productions, Twelfth Night tells the tale of Olivia’s household, where two campaigns are being quietly waged—one by the lovesick lord Orsino against the heart of the indifferent Olivia; the other by an alliance of servants and hangers-on against the high-handedness of her steward, the pompous Malvolio. When Orsino engages the cross-dressed Viola to plead with Olivia on his behalf, a bittersweet chain of events follows. View Comments The all-male productions of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Richard III, which are being performed in repertory at Broadway’s Belasco Theatre, both open November 10. Directed by Tim Carroll, two-time Tony winner Mark Rylance stars as Olivia in Twelfth Night and the title role in Richard III. Related Shows
Star Files Jill Paice Matilda Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 1, 2017 Related Shows The cast of Matilda also includes Chris Hoch as Miss Trunchbull, Jill Paice as Miss Honey, Looks Not Books video blogger Lesli Margherita as Mrs. Wormwood, Tony winner Gabriel Ebert as Mr. Wormwood and Karen Aldridge as Mrs. Phelps. Matilda features choreography by Peter Darling, set and costume design by Rob Howell, lighting design by Hugh Vanstone and sound design by Simon Baker. Matilda continues its run at the Shubert Theatre, where it opened on April 11. Directed by Tony winner Matthew Warchus, Matilda is the story of an extraordinary girl who dreams of a better life. Armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, Matilda dares to take a stand and change her destiny. Based on the beloved Roald Dahl novel of the same name, the musical features a book by Tony winner Dennis Kelly and music and lyrics by Tony nominee Tim Minchin. View Comments Gabriel Ebert It looks like the original Tony-winning title stars of Broadway’s Matilda are growing up and moving out! According to The Wall Street Journal, Milly Shapiro, Bailey Ryon, Oona Laurence and Sophia Gennusa will exit the Tony-nominated show “in the next two months.” The four young up-and-coming stars made their Broadway debuts in the hit musical and received Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre for their alternating performances as Matilda. A spokesperson for the show couldn’t confirm the Journal’s story, and no casting replacements have yet been announced. Lesli Margherita
Eastern Washington’s population and economic center is Spokane County. Spokane’s economy survived the Great Recession and emerged more diversified. Spokane’s recovery is being led by five industries: advanced manufacturing, health services, finance/insurance, transportation/warehousing and education. Without the advantage of mega employers, these five industries have medium-sized employers that are flexible and efficient in their markets. The region is home to more than 500 manufacturing businesses; distribution centers for PepsiCo, American Tire Distributors and Caterpillar Logistics Services Inc.; and health care providers such as Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children’s Hospital. High-tech companies in manufacturing, scientific and technical industries are creating new jobs and expanding the economic base. Steady growth is predicted to continue in the near future.Spokane County is also home to Greater Spokane Inc., which connects businesses to valuable relationships and resources. GSI provides a wealth of information and resources to entrepreneurs, including a relocation guide, data and statistics, educational and networking events, and ambassadors. For more information on the economy in Spokane and other business resources, visit www.greaterspokane.org.The median age in Spokane County is about 37 years old, which means the workforce skews slightly older. Median household income in the county is $50,550, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. There is no state income tax.Rail and Transit AccessThe Greater Spokane area’s highway and rail infrastructure connect it to the global marketplace. Interstate 90, which runs through the heart of Spokane, is a major commuting route for eastern Spokane County and northern Idaho. This strategic freight corridor is the northernmost east-to-west, coast-to-coast interstate. The North Spokane Corridor is a nonstop arterial across the city linking Interstate 90 to the south with U.S. Route 395 to the north. Additional major highways that connect the region to outside markets include U.S. Highway 2 (to Everett and Newport, Washington), U.S. Highway 95 (to Canada and Mexico), U.S. Highway 195 (to Lewiston, Idaho) and U.S. Highway 395 (to Canada).Rail access is provided by the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroads. These rail services ship nationally from the shipping yard in Spokane Valley. The area serves as a gateway to and from the interior U.S. and Pacific Rim, with east-west access and reciprocal switching capabilities that few other regions can offer.Natural ResourcesWith agriculture as one of the region’s most important industries, it’s not surprising that nature itself is one of Spokane’s most valuable natural resources. In fact, Washington is the nation’s leading producer of apple juice and the second-largest wine producer. Spokane County boasts the second-highest number of farms in Washington, with about 2,500.The climate and geography are ideal for agriculture but also offer numerous recreational pursuits. The area has miles of trails for hiking and biking, many in lush forests; rock formations perfect for climbing; lakes and rivers ideal for water sports; and more than 30 golf courses, surrounded by stunning landscapes.Fairchild Air Force BaseWith thousands of employees, Fairchild AFB is the largest single-location employer in the region, according to Greater Spokane Inc. The workforce includes more than 6,000 active-duty personnel, Air National Guard, Army National Guard members and civilian members. The base had a total economic impact of nearly $420 million and created more than 2,300 jobs, according to its 2015 Economic Impact Statement.
Location: Bldg. 3-1333 Reilly and Butner Streets, DPWPhone 396-6680Hours of Operation:Monday-Friday 0900-1700Weekends & Federal Holidays ClosedServices Provided: Encompasses archaeology, historic preservation and curation of collections. Our mission is to comply with Federal Laws and Army Regulations. In addition to compliance, we actively promote stewardship and preservation of Fort Bragg’s non-renewable cultural resources to share with today’s public and future generations.
101 Landfill Road661-275-CAMP (2267) or DSN 525-2267The Edwards Riding Stables have 52 stalls for private boarding of horses, complete with feed and tack storage rooms. Stables are open daily to those boarding horses. The cost to board a horse begins at $55 for the first horse and $30 for each additional horse per month with an $80 deposit. These fees help maintain the stable facilities. Horse owners are responsible for feeding their horses and cleaning their stalls.Other facilities include a lighted main riding arena, jumping arena, trail arena and four large exercise pens. Horses stabled at the Edwards Riding Stables must undergo quarantine until cleared by a vet. Horses must have a current Coggins test as well as other immunizations.Call the Outdoor Recreation office at 661-275-CAMP (2267) or DSN 525-2267 before bringing a horse to the base.
The 48th RQS trains, equips and employs combat-ready pararescuemen, combat rescue officers and supporting personnel worldwide in support of U.S. national security interests. It provides survivor contact, treatment and extraction during combat rescue operations, and uses various fixed and rotary wing insertion and extraction assets. It employs by any means available to provide combat and humanitarian search, rescue and medical assistance in all environments.
The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement. IntroductionWelcome to Fort Drum and one of the most rapidly growing postings in the army. You’ll be located just six miles to the North of Watertown, New York. Get ready for some colder weather as you move close to the Canadian border, but great food and a warm community will be there to welcome you. Fort Drum is the home of the 10th Mountain Division that’s ready to be deployed to areas all over the world. Whether you are there for training or as a permanent posting, it’s good to know where the best restaurants on Fort Drum are. You’ll find good choices and a wide variety in any direction from the post in Carthage and Watertown.If you know what you are hungry for, click any of the links below to go straight to the information. Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, it is best to call ahead to confirm temporary restaurant hours before you go.(1-10) Fast Food Restaurants on Fort Drum(11) Coffee Shops on Fort Drum(12-15) American Restaurants Near Fort Drum(16-17) Breakfast Restaurants Near Fort Drum(18-19) Chinese Restaurants Near Fort Drum(20-24) Fast Food Restaurants Near Fort Drum(25-26) Italian Restaurants Near Fort Drum(27) Japanese Restaurants Near Fort Drum(28) Korean Restaurants Near Fort Drum(29-31) Mexican Restaurants Near Fort Drum(32) Thai Restaurants Near Fort DrumSuggested Read: Fort Drum: In-Depth Welcome CenterFort Drum RestaurantsOn Fort Drum, there is a wide variety of quick eats. Many local restaurants also offer food delivery to Fort Drum so be sure to check out your options.Fast FoodAsian1. Panda ExpressAddress: 10730 Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13603Phone Number: 1 (315) 777-8201Burgers and Sandwiches2. Arby’sAddress: 10730 Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (214) 465-16713. Burger KingAddress: Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-01174. Charleys Philly SteaksAddress: 10730 Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-21235. Maggies on the MountainAddress: 10207 N Riva Ridge Loop, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 777-8100Maggies’ goal is to provide the best place to relax and unwind on the post. They have a large beer list and serve burgers and BBQ.6. SubwayAddress: Building 10730 A/B, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-0065Chicken7. Popeyes Louisiana KitchenAddress: Bldg, P4230 Po Valley Rd, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-2319Mexican9. QDOBA Mexican EatsAddress: P10730A Enduring Freedom Dr, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-0065Pizza10. Domino’s PizzaAddress: 10207 N Riva Ridge Loop Bldg P, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 777-440011. Stefano’s PizzeriaAddress: 32620 NY-26, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-4444Coffee Shops8. StarbucksAddress:10730 Memorial Dr # B, Fort Drum, NY 13602Phone Number: 1 (315) 773-8316Restaurants Near Fort DrumThere’s plenty to do around Fort Drum especially in the nearby city of Watertown. While you are out and about, you’ll want to grab a good bite to eat and we have you covered. These locations include some of the best options in both Watertown and Carthage near Fort Drum.American Cuisine12. The Church Street DinerAddress: 107 Church St A, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-0997Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, The Church Street Diner is perfect for any meal. From pancakes to roast beef sandwiches you are sure to find something to fit your craving.13. Jose O’Connor’sAddress: 15 Bridge St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-0081Jose O’Connor’s offers a wide selection of craft beer and wines and serves burgers and bar bites recommended by the Watertown Daily Times food critics.15. Zero Dock Street Restaurant & BarAddress: 130 Canal St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone number: 1 (315) 554-9376Located in a historic building overlooking the Black River, Zero Dock Street Restaurant and Bar offers sirloin, grilled chicken, and burgers. They also have a banquet hall that can be reserved for events.Breakfast16. Chatterbox DinerAddress: 266 State St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-0700A great place to bring the family out for breakfast. Chatterbox Diner offers up pancakes, waffles, and omelets.17. Denny’sAddress: 1142 Arsenal St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone number: 1 (315) 782-5765No matter the time, Denny’s will help you fill that pancake craving.Chinese Cuisine18. China KingAddress: 93 Bridge St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone number: 1 (315) 493-8868China King offers up classic Chinese cuisine with a specialty in seafood combos.19. Golden ChengAddress: 323 State St A, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-1244For authentic Chinese cuisine, you will be hard-pressed to find a better option than Golden Cheng. They serve moo shu dishes, mei fun, and a variety of combo platters with roasted pork, beef, and shrimp.Fast Food Near Fort Drum NYCoffee and Desserts20. Dairy Queen Grill & ChillAddress: 26475 Johnson Rd, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-670121. Dunkin’ DonutsAddress: 26370 US-11, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-2623Burgers and Sandwiches22. McDonald’sAddress: 7952 US-11, Calcium, NY 13616Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-407823. Wendy’sAddress: 419 State St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: 1 (315) 788-9694Mexican24. Taco BellAddress: 26462 Herrick Dr, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-4290Italian Cuisine25. Arts JugAddress: 820 Huntington St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: 1 (315) 782-9764Arts Jug has been family owned since 1933 and is a local favorite for Italian dishes and pizza.26. Liola’s PizzeriaAddress: 506 Alexandria St, Carthage, NY 13619Phone Number: 1 (315) 493-7575Liola’s Pizzeria does one thing but they do it well. If you are looking for a great slice, look no further.Japanese Cuisine27. Ruyi SushiAddress: 28334, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-6277Praised for their “artistic sushi,” Ruyi Sushi has a wide variety of rolls and fried rice.Korean Cuisine28. Koreana RestaurantAddress: 26216 NY-283, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: +1(315) 786-7830A small family-owned Korean restaurant, Koreana offers some of the best bulgogi in the area.Mexican Cuisine29. Hacienda Authentic Mexican RestaurantAddress: 821 Arsenal St, Watertown, NY 13601Phone Number: 1 (315) 608-3002Serving up authentic flavors of a variety of Mexican cuisine, Hacienda Authentic Mexican Restaurant serves chile relleno, tostadas, chalupas, and more.30. Los Compadres Mexican TaqueriaAddress: 26185 US-11 Suite #4, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-6045Whether you choose the taco platter, fajitas, or enchiladas, Los Compadres Mexican Taqueria is sure to hit the spot.31. Los Amigos Mexican RestaurantAddress: 26000 US-11 #5, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-6098The quesadillas are a crowd favorite and a great place to get tamales. Los Amigos also has a friendly staff that will treat you to a great meal and service.Thai Cuisine32. Thai Cuisine WatertownAddress: 26390 US-11, Evans Mills, NY 13637Phone Number: 1 (315) 629-4408Serving a wide range of Thai plates, especially known for their curry. Thai Cuisine has a friendly staff and reasonable prices.ConclusionThese restaurants in and around Fort Drum are just a small sampling of the different eats you can enjoy in Northern New York. Undoubtedly, you will find your particular favorites as you settle into the area, and be sure to check with the locals for their favorite spots.