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Comedy Center, Ball-Arnaz Museum Open Friday With Safety Precautions

first_imgFile image by Storm Hartmann/WNYNewsNow.JAMESTOWN — The National Comedy Center will reopen its state-of-the-art museum, as well as the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum this Friday, following New York State officials’ authorization of Phase 4 of its New York Forward reopening plan for the Western New York region.Both museums have been temporarily closed since March 16, 2020, as a precaution due to COVID-19, just two weeks after being named the “Best New Museum” in the country by USA Today.The National Comedy Center has developed a multifaceted and comprehensive health and safety program entitled “LaughSafe,” which will be implemented upon reopening to ensure the health and safety of all guests and staff.The LaughSafe program has reimagined health and safety protocols in order to ensure a safe, worry-free and touch-free experience for all visitors to the National Comedy Center and Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum. With its expansive 37,000 square feet of space and non-linear, free-flow design, coupled with new reduced capacity to 25%, timed-entry ticketing and touch-free protocols, the National Comedy Center is suited to enable a safe, socially-distant visitor experience.“We’re thrilled at the opportunity to help people start laughing again – and it’s clear that the power of comedy is more important than ever in these challenging times,” said Journey Gunderson, National Comedy Center Executive Director. “We’re so pleased that we can welcome visitors once more, and provide a safe and worry-free environment for our guests to take a much-needed break, relax and simply laugh –- loud and often — as they enjoy some of the greatest comedy of all time.”The National Comedy Center’s LaughSafe program was developed in consultation with health professionals at UPMC Chautauqua and UPMC in Pittsburgh, including health and safety protocol reviews with UPMC epidemiologists and an on-site inspection with local UPMC Chautauqua professionals.The LaughSafe health and safety program features include:“Touch-Free”: All exhibits and screens are now touch-free with the use of a disposable stylus, disposable earbuds and a new “LaughCard” featuring an RFID chip for personalized comedy.Temperature checks are required for all guests and staff members upon entry, as well as a daily health screening for staff members.Masks are required to be worn by staff and guests (including children age 2 and above) at all times.Museum capacity has been reduced to 25% and timed guest entry protocols have been implemented.Certain exhibit experiences in contained spaces are limited to small groups consisting of members of same household.Advanced online reservations are strongly recommended to ensure entry.Visitors now have a new opportunity to create their Sense of Humor profiles at home, before they visit, rather than at a kiosk within the museum.Social distancing markers and signage have been placed throughout the museum to ensure proper physical distance between guests.Hand-sanitizing stations are located throughout the museum.Touch-free, contactless payment options are now available.Museum staff have been trained extensively for new health and safety protocols.State-of-the-art, deep cleaning and disinfecting techniques have been implemented, including frequent disinfecting throughout the day.Real-time monitoring of the guest experience and guest feedback to optimize health and safety protocols.The National Comedy Center is now in the process of producing a new LaughSafe video featuring comedian Lewis Black, who will remind National Comedy Center visitors to wear face masks and maintain social distance within the museum.For more on LaughSafe, visit ComedyCenter.org/LaughSafe.In addition to consultation with local UPMC Chautauqua health professionals, the National Comedy Center sourced local Chautauqua County companies for many of its LaughSafe initiatives, including The Resource Center and Team Jock Shop for face masks, Jamestown Soap & Solvent for cleaning and disinfecting supplies and 360 Graphics for signage.The National Comedy Center and Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum will operate on a reduced schedule during its reopening phase, with opening hours as follows beginning Friday, July 3rd:National Comedy Center:Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday , 10 am to 5 pm.Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum:Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday, 10 am to 5 pm.Open Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm.Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

McCarthy, Yanks Tame Tigers, 2-1

first_imgNEW YORK — Brandon McCarthy has been a steady presence in the New York Yankees’ rotation since his arrival in a trade with Arizona. Still, he knew the stakes were even higher against Max Scherzer and the AL Central-leading Tigers.McCarthy won his fourth start in a row with a gritty effort, and the Yankees took the first of three straight matchups against Detroit’s Cy Young Award winners, beating the Tigers 2-1 the night of Aug. 4.“This is a chance to step up against one of the best and to make our own mark,” McCarthy said. “It’s on me to do my part to kick in, especially against a tough team and Max.”Brian McCann hit an RBI single and Jacoby Ellsbury had a sacrifice fly in the third, an inning in which the Tigers saved several runs with fine fielding.McCarthy (4-0) allowed five hits and an unearned run in 5 2-3 innings. The Yankees have won each of his five starts since being acquired July 6. Using a sharp curveball, he threw a season-high 116 pitches and struck out eight, including all three in the second when Victor Martinez led off with a double and Detroit loaded the bases.“He’s been huge for our rotation,” Yankees Manager Joe Girardi said. “He’s come over here and pitched about as well as you could.” David Robertson was perfect in the ninth for his 30th save.Scherzer (13-4) gave up nine hits over seven innings in losing for the first time since June 17, a span of eight starts. The reigning AL Cy Young winner yielded two runs in the third, but it could’ve been much worse.With the bases loaded, Ellsbury sent a deep drive to center field. Ezequiel Carrera, promoted from Triple-A last week after Austin Jackson was traded in the deadline deal that sent David Price to Detroit, made a long run before diving back toward the wall. Fully extended, Carrera made the catch and slid on his stomach onto the warning track.“That looked like it had a chance to give us a much bigger lead,” Girardi said. “That was an unbelievable play by Carrera.”Carrera was making his first start in center field for Detroit. “Very happy,” Carrera said through a translator. “Being aggressive is what helped me make the play and that is what I am trying to do here with the team.”Ian Kinsler made two nice plays at second base in the third and had an RBI single in the fifth after Eugenio Suarez reached on third baseman Martin Prado’s throwing error.On Aug. 5, Price the 2012 AL Cy Young winner, will make his Tigers debut. He’ll be followed by 2011 winner Justin Verlander.(HOWIE RUMBERG, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

Alonso Hits 53rd HR, Sets Rookie Record As Mets Blank Braves (Pics,Vid)

first_imgAlonso raised both arms again, tilted his head back and looked to the sky.And then when he went to first base for the fourth inning, he pursed his lips, exhaled deeply, blinked over and over and dabbed at his eyes, his cheeks glistening with sweat and tears.“I was just kind of thinking about all the greats in the game of baseball. I was thinking about guys like Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, guys like Aaron Judge,” Alonso said, “and the fact that I’m ahead of those guys as a rookie, it’s mind-blowing.”New York Mets’ Pete Alonso hits his 53rd home run of the season during the third inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)Third baseman Todd Frazier, who coined Alonso’s nickname Polar Bear during spring training, told the rookie to let out his emotions.“He had trouble rolling grounders in-between innings there,” manager Mickey Callaway said..A night after tying Judge’s record, Alonso launched a 93 mph fastball on a 1-2 count from former All-Star Mike Foltynewicz (8-6). The solo shot in the third boosted the lead to 3-0 and followed a two-run homer earlier in the inning by light-hitting backup catcher René Rivera.“When he puts it in play, you’re holding your breath,” Foltynewicz said. “He just hits the ball so damn hard. He kind of just reminds me of Bryce Harper.”New York Mets’ Pete Alonso (20) rounds the bases after hitting his 53rd home run of the season during the third inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)Alonso’s mom, Michelle, and dad, Pete, watched from the stands with the player’s fiancee, Haley Renee, who recorded a video of the plate appearance.The ball was caught by a father attending the game with his wife and three kids. The family gave the ball to Alonso and met with the Home Run Derby champion after the game, receiving autographed memorabilia.Alonso, who has 120 RBIs, thought back to April 1, when he hit his first big league home run at Miami in his fourth game. Teammates dumped him into a laundry cart for a rookie hazing ritual.“I felt like yesterday I was getting raw eggs put on my head, mustard, flour, soap, mouthwash, whatever anybody could find,” he said. “And 52 later it’s just crazy. That seems like forever.”New York Mets’ Pete Alonso reacts after hitting his 53rd home run of the season during the third inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)Not even assured a roster spot at the start of spring training, Alonso heads into the final day of the regular season leading the majors in homers, four ahead of Cincinnati’s Eugenio Suárez. No rookie since 1900 has won an outright home run title in the big leagues.“Pretty cool accomplishment,” Judge said after the Yankees’ game in Texas.He offered to take Alonso to dinner in the offseason — on Judge’s dime.“He’s paying for it? Oh, dang,” Alonso said. “Is he picking where we’re eating or am I picking? I’ll talk to him. But if he’s picking the place, it’s probably McDonald’s or something, because I eat a lot. But if I get to pick and it’s on him, then it may be like Peter Luger.”MOUND MATTERSSteven Matz (11-10) allowed two hits and five walks in six innings, finishing with a winning record for the first time since his first full season in 2016. Jeurys Familia, Brad Brach and Edwin Díaz finished the three-hitter. Diaz struck out two in a perfect ninth for his 26th save in 33 chances, his first save since Aug. 15 — also against the Braves.PLAYOFF PLANSAtlanta’s playoff rotation lines up to have left-hander Dallas Keuchel (8-8) start the opener, with Foltynewicz and rookie right-hander Mike Soroka (13-4) likely to follow.LOOKING AHEADFormer Yankees manager Joe Girardi, who may be among the candidates to replace Callaway if the Mets make a change, was at Citi Field broadcasting for Fox.SLUMPINGAtlanta 1B Freddie Freeman was 1 for 3 with a walk and two strikeouts, a day after returning from four days off to rest his sore right elbow. Freeman has not homered since Sept. 1 and entered in a 2-for-31 slide.TRAINER’S ROOMBraves: OF Ronald Acuña Jr., who hasn’t played since Tuesday because of a tight left hip, will take batting practice for three days starting Monday and will run Wednesday, a day before the Division Series opener. …. OF Ender Inciarte, who last played Aug. 16 because of a strained right hamstring that still causes discomfort, returned to Atlanta to be examined and “he’ll be down for the foreseeable future,” manager Bran Snitker said. … Utilityman Johan Camargo, out since fouling a ball off his right shin on Sept. 11, also will miss the Division Series.Mets: OF-INF Jeff McNeil expects to have surgery Tuesday, six days after the ulna bone in his right hand broke when he was hit by a pitch from Miami’s Josh Smith.UP NEXTSoroka (13-4) goes Sunday for the Braves in a tuneup for his playoff start. RHP Noah Syndergaard (10-8) pitches for the Mets.By: Ronald Blum, AP Baseball WriterTweetPinShare0 Shares NEW YORK — Pete Alonso reached for a fastball on the outer part of the plate and sent it soaring just to the right of straightaway center field. He held the handle of his bat and slowly took eight short steps toward first base, his face expressionless, eyes fixed on the ball.He followed its path into the first row of seats, 415 feet away, then started his trot and raised both arms, index fingers pointed skyward. On the next-to-last day of his first major league season, he hit his 53rd home run to break the rookie record Yankees star Aaron Judge set in 2017.“There’s just euphoria and magic,” Alonso said . “It was like an out-of-body experience, almost. I felt like I wasn’t standing in the box alone.”New York Mets’ Pete Alonso follows through on his 53rd home run of the season during the third inning of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)A 24-year-old with a prematurely receding hairline and a rapidly ascending career, Alonso earned extended standing ovations from the adoring crowd of 32,210 at Citi Field during the New York Mets’ 3-0 win over the playoff-bound Atlanta Braves on Saturday night.Alonso broke out his wide smile when he crossed home plate and exchanged a slap and hug with teammate Robinson Canó. Others celebrated with him in front of the dugout.last_img read more