Keller Williams will honor Jerry Garcia‘s 76th birthday with a special night of music at, of all places, Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. The show will find Williams performing a mix Grateful Dead material and his own originals at the historic theater’s venue-within-a-venue on Wednesday, August 1st (Garcia was born on the same date in 1942).The upcoming birthday celebration will mark Williams’ latest tribute to the Grateful Dead, which have become fairly common in recent years. In the past, the “one-man band” has teamed up with musicians like Jeff Austin to perform bluegrass renditions of Dead favorites as part of his Grateful Grass project, which put out an album in 2008 (featuring Austin and String Cheese Incident bassist Keith Moseley). He’s also performed the music of the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia in a gospel style with his Grateful Gospel band on a few occasions, in addition to releasing a full album of piano Dead covers called Keys in 2013.Grateful Grass – “Scarlet Begonias” – Gathering Of The Vibes 2014[Video: Gathering of the Vibes]Tickets for Williams’ birthday party for Jerry Garcia will go on sale to the general public on Friday, March 30th. Pre-sale tickets will be available using code “HBDJERRY” starting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 28th.
Wolf Hall Part One It was worth the wait! Check out below the first trailer of the TV adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s bestselling historical novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies. Three-time Tony winner Mark Rylance plays Thomas Cromwell in the miniseries, which is set during the reign of Henry VIII, who is portrayed by Broadway alum Damian Lewis. If that wasn’t enough Great White Way representation, two-time Tony winner Jonathan Pryce appears as Cardinal Wolsey! PBS will air Wolf Hall in spring 2015, right around the time the stage adaptation begins performances at Broadway’s Winter Garden Theatre. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 5, 2015 View Comments
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The annual celebration of all things craft beer on Long Island kicks off Friday with a Cask Ales Festival in Farmingdale and runs through May 20 with a slew of brew-related festivities.LI beer week’s opening festival will be held at That Meetball Place in Farmingdale from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., with unlimited samplings of cask ales from 11 breweries and happy hour pricing on taps, wine and food.The theme of LI Craft Beer Week 2018 is East meets West, and the cask ales at the Farmingdale festival will focus on Suffolk County breweries. The East End will be represented by Montauk Brewing and several North Fork breweries will be pouring, including Greenport Harbor Brewing, Jamesport Farm Brewery, Long Ireland Beer and Moustache Brewing. The fun will continue in Farmingdale on Saturday with a Town Takeover on Main Street, with opportunities to meet and greet brewers from many LI craft breweries. On the following weekend, the main events will shift to Suffolk County and the focus will be on Nassau County breweries. A Cask Ales Festival on May 18 at L.I. Pour House in Port Jeff Station will feature special cask ales from Oyster Bay Brewing, Garvies Point Brewing, Lithology Brewing and Long Beach Brewing Company. The celebration in Suffolk will continue on May 19 with a Town Takeover in Patchogue.Long Island Craft Beer Week also provides an opportunity for craft beer lovers to give back to the community through the Craft Cares “Can for a Can” food drive. Limited-release cans of this year’s collaboration brew, Craft Cares Bi-Coastal IPA, will be available at participating breweries, beer bars and retailers in exchange for donating cans of food for Long Island Cares-The Harry Chapin Food Bank. Craft Cares Bi-Coastal IPA was a collaboration among 24 LI breweries along with local producers of malt and hops. The brew combines two popular beer styles, the West Coast IPA and New England IPA, using Cascade, Nugget and Tahoma hops from Condzella Farms in Wading River, Route 27 Hop Yard in Moriches and L.I. Hops in Riverhead. Bi-Coastal IPA was brewed at Fire Island Beer Co. in Bay Shore on March 20, then dry-hopped and canned on April 3, with canning donated by The Malt Man mobile canning services and labels by DWS Printing in Deer Park.Dozens of events will take place during the 10-day celebration, including the chance to pick up a free commemorative pint glass and wrist band for exclusive offers throughout the year.Details on all events for Long Island Craft Beer Week can be found at licbw.us.Bernie Kilkelly is the editor and publisher of LIBeerGuide.com.Related Story: New Brews Join Long Island Craft Beer BoomRelated Story: Long Island Craft Beer Guide
Police have arrested an 18-year-old man that they believe is connected with a stabbing at a Jupiter gas station.Alex Seay of Palm Beach Gardens allegedly stabbed another person during a fight Wednesday night at an Exxon gas station on Indiantown Road, Jupiter police say.The victim was taken to St. Mary’s Medical Center with multiple stab bounds in his stomach and face.Alex Seay was arrested on a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.Seay was booked into the main Palm Beach County jail, where he was being held on a $20,000 bond.