Rock Bottom will return off-Broadway to Joe’s Pub. The show created by Bridget Everett, Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman, Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz and Matt Ray ended its recent limited engagement on October 16. Everett will star in the show again from January 6, 2015 through February 20. Additional cast members will be announced later. Rock Bottom Related Shows The show features familiar songs heard in Everett’s monthly showcase with her band The Tender Moments at Joe’s Pub and new original songs written with Shaiman, Wittman, Ray and Horovitz. Cole Escola, Celisse Henderson and Chelsea Packard joined Everett on stage in the show’s run earlier this year. Directed by Wittman, Rock Bottom is the story of what happens when you’re too passionate to give up, and too big to fail. In it, Everett barrels through life tip-toeing toward disaster, wine bottle by wine bottle and man by man. However, instead of succumbing to a chardonnay-induced stupor, Everett embraces a series of revelations that lead her to redemption. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 20, 2015
Our crew on the scene said a light pole was knocked down on the library’s front lawn. When our 12 News crew arrived a car with damage was being taken away from the scene. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Police were on the scene of a crash by the Your Home Public Library in Johnson City Monday afternoon. No word on any injuries.
A Connecticut opera singer who is accused of crashing her car through a checkpoint outside Mar-a-Lago last January has entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity.Hannah Roemhild’s attorney filed the written plea on Wednesday, in response to charges that include aggravated assault on a law-enforcement officer with a deadly weapon.Authorities do not believe Roemhild was targeting the president or Mar-a-Lago. Her attorneys have said the 30-year-old suffers from a history of mental illness, and that she had been off her medication when she crashed through the checkpoint on Jan. 31.She nearly struck Secret Service agents as well as Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputies, who opened fire as she sped away.In May, prosecutors dropped charges of fleeing from police and resisting an officer without violence against Roemhild.She still faces two counts of aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, which are both considered felonies.Those two counts are still pending, with the next hearing scheduled for July 23.
The Trojans distanced themselves from the field on the last day, finishing 4-under-par on the final day and finishing with a total score of 11-under-par 841. Oregon finished in second place at 842 while Kent State, Virginia and TCU rounded out the top-five.Kang led the Trojans throughout the tournament and earned another top-12 finish, finishing in 10th place with a final score of 4-under-par 209.Lim (72-70-69) and freshman Anthony Paolucci (67-69-75) tied for 13th at 2-under-par 211. Lim had three birdies in the final round and an eagle at 11th hole. Paolucci’s finished in the top 17, his fifth top finish this season. Smith, meanwhile, had five birdies, including three during a 2-under-par on the back 9. Junior Martin Trainer hit three birdies in the final round and finished in 35th place.“It feels great to play well in such a critical week,” USC coach Chris Zambri said in a statement. “Everyone contributed and now we need to find ways to improve and be sharp for [the Rivera Country Club].”In his sixth seasons at USC, Zambri has led the Trojans into the NCAA finals four times.USC is now eyeing the NCAA final next week. The championship, hosted by the Trojans, starts May 29 and continues until June 3 and will be held at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The Trojans are looking for their first national title in program history. The No. 5 USC men’s golf team advances to the NCAA final after winning the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional Saturday. The win was the Trojans’ second this season. It also marked the eighth top-4 finish during the 2011-2012 season.The Trojans were led by the success of sophomore Jeffrey Kang who recorded his second consecutive score of 67. Senior Steve Lim and junior Sam Smith both logged 69, pushing USC into the NCAA championship.On par · Sophomore Jeffrey Kang (above) helped lead the Trojans past Oregon to finish in first place at the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional. USC will compete next at the NCAA Finals, which begin May 29. – Photo courtesy of Sports Information