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Lou Reed Concert Film Berlin Streaming Free Online for the Next Week

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SzuZfOZnp4 Last laughs can be sweet, and according to music journalist, Anthony DeCurtis, his friend, the late Lou Reed, “reveled” in the critical drubbing that greeted his 3rd solo album, 1973’s Berlin. Not immediately, however. Berlin, which followed hard on the heels of Reed’s widely adored Transformer, had a painful, protracted delivery. This was due in part due to RCA execs getting cold feet about releasing Reed’s grim concept record as a double albu...
Tags: Google, Music, Film, College, Berlin, New York City, Theatre, Brooklyn, New York Times, Andy Warhol, Rolling Stone, ANN, Lou Reed, Nancy, Cornell University, Lola


With Big, Flexible Spaces, Several New York City Venues Insist They Can Reopen Safely

“The Park Avenue Armory’s vast drill hall has nearly 40,000 square feet of unobstructed open area. The Shed’s central performance space has a 115-foot-high ceiling. St. Ann’s Warehouse has 10 big double doors and a new air ionization system. … They are pressing state regulators to consider a series of architectural advantages that they say should make their buildings easier to adapt for safety than the glorious but cramped houses that symbolize New York’s theater district.” – The New York Times...
Tags: Art, New York, New York City, Issues, Audience, St Ann, 10.12.20


FBI: Predator Priest in Ohio Abused Boys for Decades

Warning: This post may contain content that is disturbing to readers.A Catholic priest in Ohio was arrested Tuesday for child sex trafficking and is accused of grooming and abusing at least two victims since the '90s.The FBI cuffed Michael Zacharias, 53, after morning Mass at St. Michael the Archangel in Findlay. The pastor is charged with coercion and enticement, sex trafficking of a minor, and sex trafficking of an adult by force, fraud, or coercion. According to the feds, Zacharias was ta...
Tags: News, Usb, Fbi, Ohio, Smith, Mansfield, Toledo, Thomas, St Ann, St Joseph, Eric Smith, St Michael, St Catherine, Findlay, Van Wert, Catholic School


The B-Side: "Negro Folklore From Texas State Prisons," A Record Album Interpretation - Where messages can be found between the lines

Reviewed by Judd Hollander People of a certain age may recall the joy of going through dusty bins of vinyl recordings at a record store or flea market and seeing one that unexpectedly caught their eye. Said discovery opening a window to a world the finder never new existed and which was now long forgotten by all but a precious few. Such is the effect one has after attending "The B-Side: Negro Folklore From  Texas  State Prisons,” A Record Album Interpretation.  The show being the bra...
Tags: Theatre, Jackson, Robert, St Ann, Said, Wooster Group, Elizabeth LeCompte, Berryman, Philip Moore, Judd Hollander, Michaela Murphy, Eric Berryman, Kate Valk, Kenneth Berryman, Berryman Jason McGruder, Eric Berryman Jasper McGruder Philip Moore


American musical theater mythology: What does it say? What can it say? How much do we care?

A look at two works, now playing in New York, set in the much-mythologized Old West: Puccini’s Girl of the Golden West at the Met and a revisionist Oklahoma! at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
Tags: Art, New York, Oklahoma, Ajblogs, St Ann, Puccini, Golden West, 10.24.18


Oklahoma! - Far More Than Just Okay

Reviewed by Judd Hollander The true strength of a classical piece of theatre is its ability to be re-imagined without losing those elements which made it special in the first place. Case in point: the rousing production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's  Oklahoma ! at St. Ann ’s Warehouse. Director Daniel Fish, choreographer John Heginbotham and a top-notch cast transforming the 1943 musical into a stripped-down, semi-immersive experience. With a score that, thanks to the very capable hand...
Tags: Theatre, Annie, Oklahoma, Ali, St Ann, Rodgers, Hammerstein, Testa, Eller, Juilliard School, Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, Judd Hollander, Laura Jellinek, Daniel Kluger, Ali Stroker


Indiana man electrocuted while power-washing Michigan church

CASSOPOLIS, Mich. (AP) — An Indiana man power-washing the exterior of a southwestern Michigan church has died after coming into contact with an electrical line. The contracted employee was in a bucket lift Saturday afternoon outside St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Cassopolis when he was electrocuted. Police say the 65-year-old man was from Bremen, south […]
Tags: News, Indiana, Catholic Church, Michigan, Bremen, St Ann, Mich AP, Cassopolis, Nation & World


Man accused of attacking ex-girlfriend with rock

WOODSON TERRACE, Mo. (AP) — A suburban St. Louis man is charged with domestic assault and armed criminal action for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend with a rock and leaving her for dead alongside an abandoned building. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 18-year-old Michael Moore of St. Ann is jailed on $250,000 cash-only bond. He […]
Tags: News, Ap, St Louis, Michael Moore, St Ann, St Louis Post Dispatch, Nation & World, WOODSON TERRACE Mo


300 reasons we love New Orleans

W hen the governor of French Louisiana founded the city of Nouvelle-Orléans back in 1718, he couldn’t possibly have known that — 300 years later — it would be one of the liveliest, most happening places on the planet. To celebrate the tricentennial of The Big Easy, here’s one big embrace of the food, culture, lifestyle, and people that make the city so sought-after among avid travelers. Here’s three hundred reasons to love New Orleans. Let ’em roll! * * * 1. There’s SO much history here. 2. F...
Tags: Travel, Reese Witherspoon, US, America, Anniversary, River, Things To Do, Atlantic, United States, Alaska, House, Paris, Oscar, New Orleans, Elvis Presley, Starbucks


Review: Lessons From the Frontlines of a Revolution in The Fall

This piece of South African political theater makes its US premiere at St. Ann's Warehouse.
Tags: Theatre, US, St Ann


Theater News: Details Announced for The Birds at St. Ann's Warehouse

The new adaptation, directed by Nikos Karathanos, takes a fresh look at Aristophanes's classic.
Tags: Theatre, St Ann, Nikos Karathanos


Ballyturk - Where The End Of The Road Is Just Out Of Sight

Reviewed by Judd Hollander If "sleep is freedom", as one character points out in Enda Walsh's Ballyturk, then it follows that ignorance is bliss and knowledge offers an awareness that can be truly devastating. The play now having its American premiere at St. Ann 's Warehouse. Two unnamed men - referred to as 1 (Tadhg Murphy) and 2 (Mikel Murfi) in the show program - are living in a somewhat homey, somewhat Spartan space. Exactly where and when this space is located and why the...
Tags: Theatre, Enda Walsh, Walsh, St Ann, Murphy, Mikel Murfi, Judd Hollander, Jamie Vartan, Adam Silverman, Olwen Fouere, Helen Atkinson, Ballyturk, Tadhg Murphy, Arlington Rooms, Misterman Ballyturk, Murfi


Review: Ballyturk

Enda Walsh riffs on Waiting for Godot in his new play at St. Ann's Warehouse.
Tags: Theatre, Enda Walsh, St Ann, Ballyturk


Theater News: Duncan Macmillan's People, Places & Things, Starring Denise Gough, Extends at St. Ann's

Jeremy Herrin directs the drama, which comes to America following a West End engagement.
Tags: Theatre, America, St Ann, Duncan Macmillan, Jeremy Herrin, Denise Gough


Rolling Thunder, French Open, Manchester tribute and more — it happened today: May 28 in pictures

Motorcyclists pass Marine Staff Sgt. Tim Chambers, Ret., and Christian Jacobs, 6, of Hertford, N.C., as they salute in Washington; fans watch the qualification round match between Luxemburg’s Gilles Muller and Spain’s Guillermo Garcia-Lopez during the French Open in Paris; and marathon runners pay respects at flower tributes in St Ann’s square in Manchester, England. These are some of the photos of the day.
Tags: News, Washington, Spain, Paris, St Ann, Guillermo Garcia Lopez, MANCHESTER England, Hertford, Gilles Müller, Luxemburg, Open Manchester, Christian Jacobs


Brooklyn Folk Festival: 2017 lineup, schedule & tickets

The 9th annual Brooklyn Folk Festival takes place April 28 - 30 at St. Ann's Church. This year's lineup includes The Last Poets, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton, Willie Watson, Jim Kweskin, Anna & Elizabeth, Rev. Billy And The Stop Shopping Choir, Peter Stampfel, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Tour Dates, Spitzer Space Telescope, Bill Pearis, St Ann, Willie Watson, Jim Kweskin, Peter Stampfel, Eva Salina, FADA, Brooklyn Folk Festival, Meredith Axelrod, Anna And Elizabeth, Jay Gandhi, Jerron Blind Boy Paxton


Book Notes - Ann-Margaret Lim "Kingston Buttercup"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Jesmyn Ward, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Ann-Margaret Lim's poetry collection Kingston Buttercup is filled with unforgettable lyric poems that feature strong senses of place and identity.. Olive Senior wrote of the ...
Tags: Music, Africa, David, Venezuela, Jamaica, Marley, Bob Marley, Kingston, Abba, Martin Luther King, Babylon, Atomic Books Comics Preview, St Ann, Negril, Merida, Caracas


Churches and Nonprofits in Texas Partner to Buy Hospital

5Highland Church of Christ in Abilene has purchased St. Ann’s hospital in their city and has plans to turn the facility into housing for the city’s homeless. Through a partnership with a nonprofit named City Square and the help of other churches in town, the pastors of Highland Church of Christ announced that they hope to end systemic homelessness and to work together with fellow Christians in their city. Click here to get the full story. Want stories like this and more delivered to your inbox e...
Tags: Texas, Religion, United, Abilene, St Ann, City Square, Andy Stanley, Ministry Briefing, Start Here, Save Time Lead Better Ministry Briefing, Lead Better Great


Matt Damon Can Relate To NY Private School Struggles — Even His Daughters Were Denied Entry To Prestigious School

Wow, guess celebs really are just like the rest of us. They can't get their kids into prestigious private schools either! Matt Damon's three daughters (Isabella, 10, Gia, 7, and Stella, 5) were reportedly denied entry from the exclusive St. Ann's private school in New York because it's fully booked. Related: Matt's Latest Role Accused Of Whitewashing St. Ann's also refuses to make an exception in the case of a celebrity. Even a celeb like Matt! A source said: "They had a conversation with the s...
Tags: New York, Celebs, Matt Damon, Los Angeles, Manhattan, ANN, Stella, Isabella, St Ann, Matt, GIA


Groundbreaking Lawsuit Targets ‘Extortionist’ Cities Near Ferguson That Lock Poor People In Cages

ST. LOUIS ― Civil rights lawyers sued 13 St. Louis-area cities in federal court on Tuesday, alleging they violated the constitutional rights of poor people by locking them in squalid jail cells in connection with minor traffic infractions ― a practice that contributed to the tension that boiled over in Ferguson two years ago after a police officer shot an 18-year-old to death. The lawsuit, filed on the two-year anniversary of the killing of Michael Brown , targets the city of St. Ann and ...
Tags: News, Obama, Washington, White House, Harvard, Missouri, Normandy, Ferguson, Michael Brown, St Louis, ANN, Huffington Post, Justice Department, Hudson, Arnold, Thomas


Mini Travel Guide: Jamaica

All I know about Jamaica is a) those accents b) jerk chicken. But there’s so much more to these gorgeous islands! Today, local Susaye is us about the tiny towns we can’t miss, hidden waterfalls, and why we should pop into a track and field event. Fascinating! Hi, I am Susaye and I currently reside in Montego Bay, Jamaica. You have probably heard of Jamaica because it is the home of Reggae music (and Bob Marley), Rastafarians (and ganja) and the Sprint Factory (Bolt and Shelly-ann Fraser-Pryce, ...
Tags: Travel, Hollywood, Life, Portland, Jamaica, Bob Marley, Kingston, St Ann, Negril, Rick, Montego Bay Jamaica, Mayfield, Ocho Rios, Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Mystic Mountain, Dunn 's River Falls


Faith, Hope and Medical Technology Still Strong in Boston

Excerpted from my address at the Granite Links Golf Course Gala Celebration on April 24, 2016 for students at Elizabeth Ann Seton Girls Catholic High School in Dorchester, Boston. Sometimes we can be our own worst critics! I can't tell you how often I've heard people say that fewer Catholics attend Church anymore. People don't care anymore. But it's often the same people that don't go to Mass who say that. If 8 people had a protest rally against the Church, the police or something against fami...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Boston, America, Vatican, Catholic, Huffington Post, Pope Benedict XVI, Medical Technology, Mother Teresa, St Ann, Dorchester, Kathy, John Paul II, Charlestown, South Boston


Theater: Gillian Anderson Takes A Whirl On "Streetcar;" Modest "Tuck"

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE *** out of **** TUCK EVERLASTING ** out of **** A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE *** out of **** ST. ANN'S WAREHOUSE "Did she jump or was she pushed?" -- Richard and Linda Thompson Blanche DuBois comes tottering into view. The petite Gillian Anderson is precariously balanced on high heels, for this Blanche is never quite sure of her footing. Almost always well put together, she shows up unexpectedly at her sister's home in the French Quarter of New Orleans, a seedy neighborh...
Tags: News, New York City, Broadway, New Orleans, Marlon Brando, Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster, David Tennant, Chris Miller, Oklahoma, Richard, Huffington Post, Stella, PJ Harvey, Antony Sher, Anderson


First Nighter: St. Ann's "Streetcar Named Desire" Leaves a Certain Amount to Be Desired

Although there's much to praise in the Young Vic-Joshua Andrews co-production of Tennessee Wiliams's superb A Street Car Named Desire, now transported to St. Ann's Warehouse, the laurels go mostly to the cast. About other prominent aspects, there's much to question. Indeed, the off-kilter impression begins not when the play, directed with obvious confusion by Benedict Andrews, begins. It commences as the patrons enter to be seated on four sides and get a lengthy gander at the set. (FYI: The Youn...
Tags: News, Williams, Tennessee, Bravo, New Orleans, Marlon Brando, Johnson, Huffington Post, Stella, Anderson, Mitch, David Finkle, St Ann, Andrews, Vic, Kirby


Garden parish needs pathologist

President of the St Ann Chamber of Commerce, Pixley Irons is calling for government to make available the services of a pathologist in the garden parish. In a recent interview with Jamaica Observer North and East, Irons lamented that St Ann residents are forced to travel outside the parish whenever the service is needed.
Tags: St Ann, St Ann Chamber of Commerce Pixley Irons, Jamaica Observer North, East Irons


North-South link of Highway 2000 completed

THERE has not been an official opening, but motorists yesterday began using the North-South link of Highway 2000 from the Caymanas intersection, which will cut travel time to Mammee Bay in St Ann to under one hour. Built by China Harbour Engineering Company , at a cost of US$730 million, the highway is one of the biggest developments in the nation for several decades.
Tags: US, St Ann, North South, China Harbour Engineering Company, Mammee Bay


During Lent, parishes focusing on refugee crisis through art

Art, commissioned and invited, is telling the stories of resettled refugees at parishes in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Washington, D.C. Episcopal News Service reports on two Lenten projects, one at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity (NY): “Facing America: Portraits of Refugees Resettling in the United States,” a photography exhibit on display at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Brooklyn, tries to tackle the numbers and put faces on them. Commissioned by the Forum at St. Ann’s, the 19 photograph...
Tags: Japan, Washington, Brooklyn, United States, Connecticut, Capitol Hill, Morgan, St Ann, Hidemi Takagi, Episcopal Church, Bedford Stuyvesant, The Lead, Washington D C Episcopal News Service, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, John Denaro, Denaro


Facing America: Portraits of Refugees Resettling in the U.S

The Forum @ St. Ann’s is pleased to present its first commissioned work, Facing America: Portraits of Refugees Resettling in the U.S. by Hidemi Takagi at the historic St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn Heights. The exhibition will be on view in the sanctuary February 10 –...Read more »
Tags: Brooklyn, Calendar, Exhibition, St Ann, Hidemi Takagi, St Ann the Holy Trinity Church, Brooklyn Heights


Rebel Salute gets marijuana exemption

Tony Rebel accepts the offcial marijuana exemption certification for Rebel Salute 2016 from Justice Minister Senator Mark Golding at Thursday's official launch of the event held at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel, New Kingston. REBEL SALUTE 2016, which will be held at Grizzly's Plantation Cove, Priory in St Ann, on January 15 and 16, has been declared an exempt event under the Dangerous Drugs Act, 2015.
Tags: St Ann, Mark Golding, Tony Rebel, Marriott Courtyard Hotel New Kingston


Anglican leader backs St Hilda's head girl withdrawal

The Suffragan Bishop of Kingston, The Right Reverend Dr Robert Thompson, has indicated that he fully supports the decision of the St Hilda's High School in St Ann, to relieve Jade Bascoe of the post of head girl. The Brown's Town-located institution, which is operated by the Anglican Diocese of Jamaica, has come under harsh criticism from the public following concerns raised by Jade's mother, Rhonda Clarke, that her daughter was stripped of the position because she was believed to be a member of...
Tags: Kingston, St Ann, Jade, Jehovah, St Hilda, St Hilda s High School, Jade Bascoe, Rhonda Clarke, Robert Thompson, Brown s Town, Anglican Diocese of Jamaica