Don’t Do As I Say Do As I Preach
Unlawful protesting is never good, but since May BLM’s and Antifa have made this the norm in our country. The American public has been told to have patience, accept the guilt of crimes we did not commit, do not be bothered by the trashing of buildings or public monuments. Just look at Seattle, Portland and NYC. What about the feelings of the business owners or those people who have become casualties?
America sadly has been accepting protesters marching without masks and getting away with vandalism, because of……………..? Now that it goes against our political sides suddenly it’s not ok? Or is it? It has never been ok and that is what needs to be said and addressed.
Yesterday hundreds of protestors took to the streets of Manhattan in retaliation of the pro-Trump supporters marching on the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.. Mayor de Blasio puts the blame on President Donald Trump and U.S. Senator Josh Hawley even though unpeaceful protests have been allowed in NYC since May 2020. Slaps on the wrists and de Blasio praising the protesters, is a normal occurrence.
The protestors ended up in Times Square but gathered outside Trump Tower where eight protestors were arrested by NYPD officers. Six protestors received summonses and two were issued desk appearance tickets for other charges according to ABC 7 Eyewitness News.
The anti-Trump group “Rise and Resist,” a separate group gathered in front of the Trump International Hotel at Columbus Circle Wednesday afternoon. This was before anything went down at the capital.
I guess if you are on the right side everything is ok?
T2C Sends Our Prayers to Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lea Michele
Saturday, March 25, 2023
A Statement From Andrew Lloyd Webber
I am shattered to have to announce that my beloved elder son Nick died a few hours ago in Basingstoke Hospital. His whole family is gathered together and we are all totally bereft.
Thank you for all your thoughts during this difficult time.
The 75-year-old Oscar-winning composer son Nicholas followed in his father’s footsteps and was a successful composer in his own right, having written Fat Friends The Musical. He was married to musician Polly Wiltshire, who appeared on the soundtrack of his father’s 2019 movie Cats.
During his career, Nicholas also scored music for an adaption of The Little Prince as well as composing numerous TV and film scores, including for the BBC1 drama Loves, Lies, and Records.
Nicholas previously spoke about making his own way in the theatre world away from his famous family name in a 2011 unearthed interview.
He said he wanted to be ‘judged on his own merits’ so dropped his surname when working to see what the reaction would be.
Our hearts and prayers go out to his family.
Also on Saturday Lea Michele updated her fans on the status of her two-year-old’s health via her Instagram after he was hospitalized earlier this week. Her son Ever was in the hospital, but is now out due to a ‘scary health issue. She posted a picture backstage in her dressing room ahead of her Broadway performance in Funny Girl. Lea had been out to focus on her family.
“I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for just so much love and support this week. I really really appreciated it”.
My View: It’s Today! It’s Tonight! Marilyn Maye Rehearses For Her New York Pops Carnegie Hall Debut
Sometimes you have to pinch yourself at the opportunities you are presented with. TODAY would be one of those. Or as Marilyn Maye might sing to you, “It’s Today.”
This afternoon I had the privilege of witnessing the 95 year old star, rehearsing on the stage of Carnegie Hall, under the baton of Maestro Steven Reineke, in front of the mighty New York Pops Orchestra. It all happens tonight and has been a lifetime in the making. As if The New York Times piece, bylined by Melissa Errico, wasn’t enough to whet your appetite for what is sure to be a historic evening, maybe these photos will help get you even more excited. Thank you to all who made this happen for me, to present to you….Humbly Yours, Stephen
My View: Someone Named Storm Caused Lots Of Excitement In New York City Last Night
Storm Large has made a name for herself from tours with Pink Martini to orchestral appearances at Carnegie Hall to the television stage of “America’s Got Talent.” But it is with her loyal and fearless band, Le Bonheur, that she grabs audiences. by the lapels and refuses to let go. Love, Storm her new show played 54 Below last night. It’s a playlist of songs by pop luminaries, rock goddesses, and Storm’s fiery originals. There might be someone in the news with a variation of her name currently causing some political excitement, but few entertainers can create the musical excitement that exists in a Storm Large performance.
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