Jamestown Local Business
Local business in Jamestown, NY
Tuesday | via Hampton Roads Daily Press
Jamestown High School's Luke Schiavone's piece "The String of Life" was the Best in Show winner at The Peninsula Fine Arts Center's "Prefaces 2015" exhibit. Jamestown High School's Luke Schiavone's piece "The String of Life" was the Best in Show winner at The Peninsula Fine Arts Center's "Prefaces 2015" exhibit. Comment?
Tuesday | via Business Journal
The Resource Center is planning a $1.1 million expansion of its primary care and dental clinic in Jamestown. The project comes just months after completion of a $330,000 expansion at its Dunkirk clinic. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Natl. Relocation & Real Estate
At a joint press conference held in Rochester, N.Y. Wednesday, Howard W. "Hoddy" Hanna, III, Chairman and CEO of Hanna Holdings, Inc., and Armand D'Alfonso, President and CEO of Nothnagle Realtors, announced that Nothnagle Realtors has joined forces with Howard Hanna Real Estate Services. "I look forward to working with Armand and the entire Nothnagle team during the years to come as we share best practices and business opportunities throughout the Great Lakes Region of the Howard Hanna family of companies," said Howard W. "Hoby" Hanna IV, President of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services. Comment?
Friday May 15 | via The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
An area resident all of his life, he was born Dec. 16, 1953, in Jamestown, a son of the late Nat and Emeline Ewing McIntyre, Sr. He was a 1972 graduate of Jamestown High School and worked for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 106 for many years. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via CBC News
A bronze sculpture of Lucille Ball is displayed in in Lucille Ball Memorial Park in the village of Celoron, NY., Lucy's home town. Dubbed 'Scary Lucy' by residents the much-hated sculpture will be moved to the new National Comedy Center, in nearby Jamestown. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via OnMilwaukee
More often than not, for those who have been in the media world for more than just a few years, there is a passion or calling that keeps people plugging away at a career. It was the love of broadcast that brought Van McNeil back into the fold. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via Shockya.com
The first comedy club to feature holograms of late acclaimed comedians in order to entertain audiences is currently in development, Hologram USA and the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, New York have just announced. The unique show will be featured at the Lucy and Desi Arnez Comedy Museum, which breaks ground in August. Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via Salon
The National Comedy Center has the technology to resurrect favorite stand-up sets and isn't afraid to use it Thanks to the wonders of holographic technology, music fans have recently had the chance to see deceased greats like Tupac and Michael Jackson back on the stage. Now comedy fans will have their chance as well, with the opening of Jamestown, New York's forthcoming National Comedy Center, which plans to show holograms of different deceased stand-up comedians performing throughout the eras. Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via RollingStone
Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur and most recently Selena are among the artists who have been brought back to life onstage thanks to the use of holograms. The National Comedy Center in Jamestown, New York now hopes to apply that groundbreaking technology to dead comedians, the New York Times reports . Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via The Post-Standard
Holograms of late comedians George Carlin, left, and Rodney Dangerfield may 'perform' at a new comedy club opening in Jamestown, N.Y. Western New York will soon be home to a new comedy club that will feature holograms possibly ranting about "respect" or the "seven words you can't say on TV." The New York Times reports the National Comedy Center will open next year in Jamestown, N.Y., roughly 70 miles south of Buffalo. Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via Breitbart.com
The National Comedy Center, opening next year in Jamestown, New York, hopes to revive a number of comedy legends using new technology to offer fans a chance to see routines they may have missed the first time around. The Center will feature a club where "folks can go back in time and witness a classic routine in a setting - God knows where it might have been - and experience that as if they were really there," National Comedy Center chairman Tom Benson told the New York Times . Comment?
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