MGN ImageMAYVILLE – Three more people have died from COVID-19 in Chautauqua County, according to recent information reported by County officials Wednesday morning.A total of 32 people have died as a result of COVID-19 during the pandemic in the county. In addition, 70 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Wednesday.Officials say 43 people are currently hospitalized due to the virus.A full breakdown can be found below: COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 14701- Jamestown14 70-7910 Active Cases 931 Total Cases 14738- Frewsburg3 137 0.8% 14784- Stockton1 127 62 49.9 30-39458 15 14048- Dunkirk17 0.67% 14063- Fredonia7 2.4% 0 485 58 14081- Irving1 0.8% 12.48% 32 0.9% Fatality Rate 0 87 12 14733- Falconer1 14740- Gerry0 145 14062- Forestville0 400.6 Symptoms Known2483 474.3 565 Yes1944 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) 96.8 10 13.6% 98.7 14138- South Dayton0 0.3% 271.7 12.84% Number 10 No539 14736- Findley Lake0 14724- Clymer2 384.6 4.10% 78.29% Symptoms 76 283.2 45 0.00% 2 3 502.5 14722- Chautauqua0 Age COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 0.8% 2.7% 40-493 0.0% All Ages32 133 4.1% 100.0% 14723- Cherry Creek1 9.17% 21.71% 446.1 1.6% 50-592 14726- Conewango Valley0 1 54.7 90+3 Active Case Rate (per 100,000 residents) 14728- Dewittville0 1 5 8 0.5% 4.2% 29 14781- Sherman1 14769- Portland0 2.1% 14712- Bemus Point2 6.84% 63.9 13 0.0 76 13.04% 14136- Silver Creek1 80-89120 1447.5 274.3 76 3.7% Age Group 0.4% 81 303.2 Number 37 Total 0.65% 319.6 Percent of Total Cases 18.98% 20 14757- Mayville3 117 Percent 11 4 9 1.49% 318.0 0.9% 397.8 402.4 Zip Code 13 279.6 47 14775- Ripley1 0.3% 14720- Celoron0 Total Deaths 28 14710- Ashville5 0-19465 47.9 400.2 0.0 0 50-59528 40-49465 41.1 1.3% 536.1 14750- Lakewood2 3.3% 0.9% 0.3% 2 1.0% 423.5 13.04% 97 149 2.3% 1 352.5 285.7 15.8% 60-693 3.37% 14718- Cassadaga0 14716- Brocton0 33 7 20-29677 14767- Panama3 2.1% 70 NYS Fatality Rate: 4.06%US Fatality Rate: 1.7%Source: John Hopkins University COVID-19 Tracker 12/29/2020 70-79244 12 13 Percent 3566 28 32 26.1% 13 1 14782- Sinclairville0 0.90% 1 252.1 New Cases 1.7% 14747- Kennedy2 185.4 10 14787- Westfield3 Fatality Rate by Age Group 457 90+53 1 3 0.4% 0-390 3.8% 13 60-69445 37 0.38% COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 130.1 12.48% 6 80-8911 0.7% 10 5.66% 19 24
Month: January 2021
View Comments Victoria Clark She won a Tony for playing the mother of a girl with a developmental disability, and now Victoria Clark is hitting the big screen as the daughter of a woman with dementia. The Cinderella star appears opposite Oscar nominee Sally Kirkland in the film Archaeology of a Woman. From the looks of it, this movie has it all: Victoria Clark shouting in a ruffled tanktop. Victoria Clark getting it on with some young gent. Victoria Clark dramatically running through Grand Central. Victoria Cl…wait. Hold up. Was that Mary Testa?! Archaeology of a Woman, directed by Sharon Greytak, will premiere at New York’s Village East Cinema on September 12. Take a look at the trailer below. Star Files
The Elephant Man View Comments Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man revolves around the real-life John Merrick (Cooper), a severely disfigured 19th-century Englishman who struggles to live with dignity. The play premiered on Broadway in 1979 and won three Tony Awards, including Best Play. It was revived in 2002 with Billy Crudup in the lead role. As previously announced, The Elephant Man will also star Patricia Clarkson as Mrs. Kendal, Alessandro Nivola as Dr. Fredrik Treves, Anthony Heald as Ross/Bishop Walsham How, Scott Lowell as Snork/Pinhead Manager/Lord John, Kathryn Meisle as Miss Sandwich/Princess and Henry Stram as Carr Gomm/Conductor. We now know who will be joining Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Bradley Cooper in The Elephant Man on the Great White Way. Chris Bannow, Peter Bradbury, Lucas Calhoun, Eric Clem, Amanda Lea Mason, Marguerite Stimpson and Emma Thorne will all appear in the production, which begins previews on November 7. Directed by Scott Ellis, the show will officially open on December 7 at the Booth Theatre and play a limited engagement through February 15. Related Shows The Elephant Man will feature scenic and projection design by Timothy R. Mackabee, costume design by Clint Ramos, lighting design by Philip S. Rosenberg and original music and sound design by John Gromada. Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 21, 2015
And we were really looking forward to a bloody good time. The off-Broadway mounting of the American Psycho musical adaptation has been canceled. The Second Stage production, which was slated to begin in February 2015, has been pulled by commercial rights owners Act 4 Entertainment. The New York Times reports that the show’s producers have recently been in discussion about taking the tuner directly to Broadway. No official casting had been announced for the off-Broadway production, though it had been reported that Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson star Benjamin Walker would play Patrick Bateman. No word yet on what will replace American Psycho in the Second Stage season. American Psycho features music and lyrics by Tony and Grammy winner Duncan Sheik and a book by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis, the musical follows 26-year-old Patrick Bateman: a sophisticated, rich and handsome Wall Street banker in 1980s New York City, who also happens to have a murderous, psychopathic alter ego that he hides from his friends and co-workers. The musical premiered at London’s Almeida Theatre in December 2013 with Rupert Goold as director. The novel was adopted into an acclaimed film in 2000 starring Christian Bale. View Comments
from $57.50 Related Shows View Comments Courtney Reed doesn’t spend all her time behind palace walls, don’t you know! Check out below the adorable video the Aladdin princess recently made for her sister and nieces. It all came about when Reed’s sister told her that she cried when she watched Frozen’s “Do You Want to Build a Snowman,” thinking about how terrible it would have been not being able to play with her sibling growing up. Reed put together this magical tribute to their childhood with Aladdin swing Angelo Soriano (which we guess is a perfectly normal activity when you’re real-life Disney royalty), complete with home videos and sweet snapshots. Aladdin is currently playing at the New Amsterdam Theatre. Aladdin
Star Files View Comments Age: 22Hometown: Piedmont, CaliforniaCurrent Role: Piser is making his Broadway debut in the role of Boq, who is Nessarose’s love interest though he pines for G(a)linda, in the blockbuster musical hit Wicked.Stage Cred: The Broadway newbie has appeared off-Broadway in Mad Libs Live! and in regional productions of Godspell, The Fantasticks, Hairspray and more. Wicked from $95.00 Zachary Noah Piser Related Shows Zachary Noah Piser photographed at citizenM Hotel(Photo: Caitlin McNaney)
Finding Neverland Marc Kudisch (Photo: Bruce Glikas) View Comments Related Shows Three-time Tony nominee Marc Kudisch will fly into Finding Neverland on April 12. He’ll live by the hook as Charles Frohman, stepping in for understudy Paul Slade Smith, who temporarily claimed the role following Kelsey Grammer’s departure.Kudisch earned Tony nominations for his performances in 9 to 5, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Thoroughly Modern Millie. He last appeared on Broadway in Hand to God. Additional credits include The Wayside Motor Inn, The Apple Tree, See What I Wanna See, Assassins, Bells Are Ringing and The Wild Party.Directed by Diane Paulus and featuring a score by Gary Barlow and Eliot Kennedy and a book by James Graham, Finding Neverland follows the story of J.M. Barrie and his relationship with the family of widow Sylvia Llewelyn Davies. Llewelyn Davies’ children eventually became Barrie’s inspiration to write Peter Pan.Kudisch will join a cast that features Alfie Boe as Barrie, Laura Michelle Kelly as Llewelyn Davies, Sally Ann Triplett as Mrs. du Maurier and Teal Wicks as Mary Barrie. The Broadway.com Audience Choice Award-winning production plays the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 21, 2016
University of GeorgiaThe University of Georgia’s Food Science Extension Outreach Program will end its 2006 class offerings with two courses on HACCP, or hazard analysis critical control point, program regulations for the meat and poultry industry.Due to a U.S. Department of Agriculture mandate, meat and poultry plants must develop and implement pathogen reduction and hazard analysis critical control point programs, and UGA is helping businesses with the process. Developing and Implementing HACCP will be held on Sept. 12-13, and Advancing Your HACCP Program is set for Oct. 3-4.To establish and maintain effective HACCP programs, businesses need to have individuals who will be responsible for assuring the success of plant level food safety programs. The first course is designed to properly train HACCP teams and critical control point monitoring personnel.A step beyond the initial training process is learning how to use the data collected from the process critical control points. The class on Advancing Your HACCP Program is designed to improve the verification and validation process, improve the data collection and record keeping processes and most of all, integrate this data into a system which uses both HACCP and quality control data to make decisions which affect profit.The courses are designed for anyone who will have food safety and HACCP responsibilities. The registration deadline is Sept. 1 for the HACCP developing and implementing course and Sept. 22 for the advancing HACCP class. For more information or to register, call Marian Wendinger at (706) 542-2574, e-mail her at email@example.com or visit the registration Web site at www.EFSonline.uga.edu.
When the corn is as high as an elephant’s eye at the J. Phil Campbell Research and Education Center, it can only mean one thing. It’s time to fire up the burners and boil some corn.Conceived of as a way to introduce neighbors to the farm’s research when the 1,055-acre farm was operated by the USDA, the center’s annual corn boil is just what it sounds like — a feast made from the corn grown on the property.The open house runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 27, with lunch service starting at about 11:30 a.m. Van tours of the farm will depart every 15 minutes.Since 2013, J. Phil Campbell has served as the hub for the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences sustainable row crop and sustainable pasture research. From living mulch to rotational grazing for grass-fed beef, researchers here are working to make traditional agriculture more profitable and more sustainable.The center currently houses about 30 ongoing UGA research projects on sustainable farming systems, nutrient cycling, water quality, organic production, livestock grazing systems, forage breeding and variety trials.The Campbell Center also serves as a center for hands-on education through the office for UGA Cooperative Extension in Oconee County.The event is free and open to the public. Call 706-310-2253 for more information, and send a RSVP message to firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure that organizers provide enough food.
“Sustainable Gardening for the Southeast,” a workshop designed for gardeners who want to learn more about creating environmentally friendly gardens, is set for Sept. 8 at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers, Georgia.The full-day workshop will begin Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. and conclude by 3:30 p.m. The event is open to gardeners of all skill levels and includes presentations by Georgia experts.The Rev. Francis Michael, the monastery’s land manager and former abbot, will share information about the sustainable initiatives in place at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit.University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agent Ted Wynne will teach participants how to produce homegrown vegetables using sustainable practices. Wynne, the Agricultural and Natural Resources agent in Newton County, will cover a wide array of topics including site selection, soil conditioning, selecting vegetables for your region, transplanting, cultivation, fertilization and harvesting.Susan Varlamoff, retired director of environmental sciences in the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, will discuss the best gardening practices to restore and enhance local ecosystems while creating beautiful landscapes. Varlamoff is the author of “Sustainable Gardening for the Southeast” and co-author of the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s “Laudato Si’ Action Plan,” which was based on the environmental encyclical released by Pope Francis.Ellen Honeycutt, an active member of the Georgia Native Plant Society and the Georgia Botanical Society, will present information on gardening for birds. She will explain how to use native plants to attract and support native birds. Honeycutt has been gardening with native plants for 18 years in north metro Atlanta.Mario Cambardella, the city of Atlanta’s first urban agriculture director, will talk about planning urban and community gardens. He will also discuss city-sponsored policies, projects, and programs like the Resilient Atlanta strategy. A licensed landscape architect and planner, Cambardella holds master’s degrees in landscape architecture and environmental planning from UGA. In addition to the educational sessions, participants will enjoy a lunch of locally grown produce and organically sourced meat. Biscotti and fruit cake and fudges made at the monastery will also be available.The registration fee for the workshop is $60 and $50 for UGA Master Gardener Extension Volunteers. To register, visit www.trappist.net/events. For more information, email email@example.com or call 678-964-2237.