By Jim Harrington | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group June 18, 2018 at 7:00 am This week brings another entertaining round of concerts to the Bay Area. Here are some of the top picks, including two shows by one of the most popular comedians in the business. Kevin Hart at Shoreline, Pavilion We’re not sure how he finds the time to tour, given that Kevin Hart seems to put out a new movie every other week or so. OK, so maybe we’re exaggerating (a little). He’s not quite as ubiquitous on the big screen as his buddy — and “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” co-star – Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. But it’s close. But don’t miss the opportunity to see Hart in concert. He is performing two big Bay Area shows at 8 p.m. June 21 at Mountain View’s Shoreline Amphitheatre and 8 p.m. June 22 at the Concord Pavilion. Details: Shoreline tickets are $33-$153.50, Concord Pavilion tickets are $33.50-$129; … [Read more...] about Top SF Bay Area concerts: Kevin Hart, Chris Brown, Pretenders among best bets
Share Tweet Share Email Comments Print PUT-IN-BAY — Kristin Stanford doesn’t mind if you dislike snakes. For someone who embraces the island’s “Snake Lady” moniker, it’s a surprising admission. But Ms. Stanford’s not out to make people fall in love with these reptiles, even the Lake Erie water snakes she’s aggressively sought to protect since 2000. She’s okay if you still think snakes are gross or creepy, even if you leave one of her hundreds of outreach programs feeling that way. Her own mother is the exact same way. WATCH: ‘Snake Lady’ focuses on Lake Erie watersnake at Put-in-Bay But Ms. Stanford wants people to leave the snakes alone. It was the motto of her “Respect the Snake” campaign that prompted her to post signs all over the island, and it’s still the mantra she lives by in her research today. “I always tell people, I don’t ever expect to turn … [Read more...] about Put-in-Bay’s Kristin Stanford just wants you to respect the reptiles
Summer officially doesn’t start for another three days, but that won’t stop the searing temperatures and stifling humidity from making for a hot and sticky week across Tampa Bay. Temperatures will climb well into the 90s — and feeling even hotter thanks to the high humidity — with the predictable chance for afternoon showers and potentially heavy storms. Later in the week, an increased chance of afternoon showers may help cool things down, according to the National Weather Service. Monday is starting off partly cloudy, with a 30 percent chance of afternoon showers. By lunchtime, temperatures will reach about 93, with feels-like temperatures at or near 100 in some areas, forecasters said. A strong northeasterly flow will push a few heavy storm clouds toward the Tampa Bay coast, forecasters said, and isolated showers could pop up over the bay area when eastern winds hit the coastal breeze. EXTENDED FORECAST: The 10-day outlook for the Tampa Bay area These showers … [Read more...] about Forecast: Hot and humid across Tampa Bay, with potentially wet weekend
Two men kayaking in the Delaware Bay off Cape May County discovered the body of a missing man on Sunday, authorities said. The body was found shortly before 4 p.m. about 35 yards from the shoreline between Adelphia Road and Racetrack Drive in Lower Township, according to police. The kayakers pulled the body from the water and onto the beach area before calling Lower Township police, authorities said. Police identified the victim as Christopher J. Heise Sr., 71, who had been reported missing. Some of his belongings were found by his family members nearby on the beach, police said. Public records show Heise was from Pennsylvania. The South Regional Medical Examiner's office will try to determine a cause of death, police said. There were no signs of trauma to Heise and police said they do not suspect foul play. Anthony G. Attrino may be reached at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @TonyAttrino. Find NJ.com on Facebook. … [Read more...] about Kayakers find body of missing man in Delaware Bay
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