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New York City, NYNew York Post

Dead body found floating in Central Park’s Harlem Meer

A dead man was found floating in the Harlem Meer in Central Park Saturday evening, according to police sources. Police responded to the scene near the Boathouse after a woman called 911 around 7 p.m., and told cops she saw the unidentified man floating in the water, the sources said.
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Broken Arrow, OKKTUL

Taste of Summer festival held in Broken Arrow

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Broken Arrow Chamber and Blue Bell Ice Cream have teamed up to throw an all you can eat ice cream festival. At the event, there will be all you can eat ice cream provided by Blue Bell, as well as live entertainment, food trucks, cooling stations, vendors, and the all new Get Active Zone.
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Lorain, OHMorning Journal

Lorain Central Park renamed in honor of veteran Sam Felton Jr.

The Lorain community celebrated the legacy of Sam Felton Jr. on July 24 as the city formally renamed Central Park in his honor. The park located at 2800 Oakdale Ave. now officially is known as Sgt. Samuel L. Felton Jr. Central Park, with the city unveiling the new sign bearing his name and military honors.
Buffalo, NYWIVB

Man indicted on attempted murder charge for shooting in Leroy neighborhood

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A Buffalo man was arraigned Thursday morning on attempted murder for a shooting that critically injured a man in the Leroy neighborhood, Erie County DA John Flynn announced. Officials say 38-year-old Demetrius Williams allegedly intentionally shot a 42-year-old man with an illegal firearm on Marigold Avenue...
Manhattan, NYfox5ny.com

Armed robbery on subway train in Manhattan

NEW YORK - Three young people were victims of an armed robbery on a subway train in Manhattan. The NYPD says it happened last Sunday on a southbound 'D' train in the Columbus Circle subway station just outside of Central Park. Just after 8 p.m. a 16-year-old, 17-year-old, and a...
Maple Grove, MNccxmedia.org

Maple Grove Mayor’s Minutes – 7/26/21

In this edition of Mayor’s Minutes Dave Kiser is joined by Maple Grove Mayor Mark Steffenson who has a recap of Maple Grove Days, and also talks about the possibility of a local 1/2 cent sales tax to fund remodeling of the Community Center, the Concert on the Lawn at Central Park, and more. For more information go to http://www.maplegrovemn.gov.
Stockbridge, GAbwcatlantasouth.com

First look inside the Stockbridge Amphitheater! Beauty is her name. We were joined by Yusef Salaam Exonerated 5 formerly the Central Park 5!

The best in class, $20 million Stockbridge Amphitheater features a 2 story green room and terrace area with elevator access. The transformative south metro Atlanta project is progressing well for an August 14th grand opening. The world class venue includes a beautiful Old Fourth Ward inspired park campus with walking...

Recap: Central Park Comic Con @ Home 2021 Panel

This year’s Comic Con @ Home panel for Central Park brought co-creators Loren Bouchard and Josh Gad together with cast members Leslie Odom Jr. and Tituss Burgess, as well as writers/producers Kelvin Yu and Steven Davis. Even though the panel was virtual again this year, and actually recorded a month or two ago, Loren started out by stressing the importance of fan interaction. Since the main point of Comic Con is talking with fans, he made sure to bring on a group of them for fan questions towards the end.

SDCC 2021: CENTRAL PARK Panel Is All About the Music and the Fans

SDCC 2021 continues to bestow blessings upon us! On Saturday, the cast and crew of Apple TV Plus’s animated musical comedy Central Park graced us with a sunny and sweet panel. Co-creator/executive producer Loren Bouchard (Bob’s Burgers) moderated a lively discussion that included co-creator, executive producer and the voice of Birdie, Josh Gad; producers Kelvin Yu and Steven Davis, Tituss Burgess (Cole Tillerman) and Leslie Odom Jr. (Owen Tillerman).
New York City, NYartdaily.com

Positive coronavirus test halts Shakespeare in the Park for 3rd night

NEW YORK (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- The merriment is still on hiatus. The Public Theater’s free Shakespeare in the Park production of “Merry Wives,” which had already pushed back its opening night by nearly two weeks after its leading man was injured, announced Friday that it would cancel its third consecutive performance after learning a production member had tested positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday.
Lorain, OHChronicle-Telegram

Lorain leaders dedicate Samuel L Felton Jr. Central Park

LORAIN — Sam Felton had a heart as big as Central Park, Don Attie said. The commander of the Disabled American Veterans Lorain Chapter 20 and other local leaders and community members gathered Saturday afternoon to dedicate Central Park as Samuel L. Felton Jr. Central Park in honor of one of the city’s most decorated veterans.
Beaumont, TXBeaumont Enterprise

ADA celebrated by local organizations

The RISE Center, which supports independent living for disabled persons in Southeast Texas through a variety of programs, and Lamar's Disability Resource Center joined in creating Friday's ADA Celebration Day, to honor the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990. Signed into law under President George H.W. Bush,...
Atlanta, GACBS 46

Two people arrested in North Carolina in connection to June homicide in Atlanta

ATLANTA (CBS46) -- Two people wanted in connection to a homicide in Atlanta last month have been arrested in North Carolina. On July 20, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department arrested Demarcus Bussey and Valencia Wilson. The two were wanted in connection to the shooting death of a man on June 22 at 400 Central Park Place NE. Another victim was also shot in the incident.
Naperville, ILChicago Tribune

This Week in Naperville

Special Needs Night: Families with special needs members can swim at Centennial Beach, 500 Jackson Ave., from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sunday, July 25. Cost is $4 at the door or free with membership. For more information, go to centennialbeach.org. Concerts in Your Park: OMT will present a free concert...
TV & Videoscannabislifenetwork.com

Central Park + The Batch Hybrid

Let’s face it — The Disney Generation has grown. The little girls who sang “Where The People Are” or “Be My Guest” are now singing “Let It Go” or “Into The Unknown” with their kids. So today’s show, Central Park, hits at the right time. If you aren’t familiar with...