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Chenango, Delaware And Otsego Counties Police Blotter: August 16

All crimes described in police media releases are allegations. Named suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. The brothers charged in the Oneonta Alley murder have pleaded not guilty. Nicholas DeCutler, 35, and Terry DeCutler, 31, were indicted on second-degree murder in the stabbing death of 24-year-old Kaleb O’Neill. The judge overseeing the case determined that the brothers would be a flight risk and imposed a high bail.

INXS Announces 1983 Live LP and ‘Shabooh Shoobah’ Reissue

On "INXS Day," the 45th anniversary of their first concert, the Australian new wave act announced a crop of upcoming album-related projects. The previously unreleased Live at the US Festival, 1983, which documents their performance at that major event, is out Oct. 28 on vinyl and CD; that same day, they’ll issue a 40th-anniversary edition of 1982’s Shabooh Shoobah, available as a digital deluxe box set and limited-edition clear vinyl. Both are available to preorder at the INXS site.

Pet Of The Week–‘Sadie’

Meet the Susquehanna SPCA “Pet of the Week” – her name is “Sadie”. Every Tuesday morning on Classic Hits 103.1fm, Allison Hungerford, licensed Vet Tech at the Susquehanna SPCA, will tell us all about a special dog or cat at the shelter looking for its forever home which has been overlooked by visitors for some reason. Many times, it's because many animals are shy while in the shelter because it can be a stressful situation! Once adopted, many cats and dogs warm right up to their owners.

25 Years Ago: Phish Stages ‘The Great Went’

As 62,000 Phish fans descended upon the remote town of Limestone, Maine, in August 1997, one might imagine the locals regarding their visitors in a manner akin to an alien invasion. The mostly genial outsiders were headed to the decommissioned Loring Air Force Base for a two-day festival called the Great Went, held Aug. 16 and 17 and featuring two days of music, camping and all kinds of artsy activities and good humor, all centered on the work of the four-man jam band from Vermont. The crowds came in peace and were welcomed by their hosts.

Hilarious Closed Sign at Upstate New York Business Blames Wife

One Upstate New York business is closed. The sign out front should have told you. And it's all because of the owner's wife. We've all heard the saying - happy wife, happy life. No one knows that better than Tony. He runs a gift shop in Lake George, New York off US Route 9. Unfortunately, Tony had to close for a few days, thanks to his wife. And he left a hilarious note on the door to explain.

Jeff Beck Announces Fall 2022 US Tour

Jeff Beck has announced a fall U.S. tour in support of 18, his new collaborative album with Johnny Depp. The trek begins on Sept. 23 in Del Valle, Texas, and runs through Nov. 12 in Reno, Nev., with more shows to be announced later. Beck will be joined by Ann...

B-52’s Chose ‘Cosmic Thing’ Producers Via a Psychic

The B-52’s chose producers Don Was and Nile Rodgers to work on their 1989 comeback album Cosmic Thing via a psychic, singer Kate Pierson revealed. The band discussed the hit LP – which brought them back together following the death of guitarist Ricky Wilson and became their biggest-selling work – in a conversation with The New York Times about their upcoming final tour.

The ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ Cast: 40 Years Later

Released on Aug. 13, 1982, Fast Times at Ridgemont High featured a cast comprising almost entirely unknown young actors portraying the film’s high school-age characters. Many notable actors were up for roles in the film but ultimately didn't make the final cast. Tom Hanks, then a TV star who hadn't yet made the transition into movies, was considered for the role of Brad Hamilton. Jodie Foster was reportedly up for the role of Stacy Hamilton but instead wanted to focus on her studies at Yale. Actress Justine Bateman was offered the part of Linda Barrett but had to turn it down so she could accept a role on the sitcom Family Ties. And Jeff Spicoli, the character that made Sean Penn a star, nearly went to another '80s icon: Matthew Broderick.

How ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Inspired a Scene in ‘E.T.’

In 1982, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial was the undisputed box office champ of the year, eventually unseating Star Wars as the highest-grossing film of all time, a record it held until the release of Jurassic Park 11 years later. While "Weird Al" Yankovic was nowhere near a household name when Steven Spielberg's classic first phoned home, the accordion-playing parodist was indirectly responsible for a small joke in the film.