Peter D. Kramer Rockland/Westchester Journal News Published 1:05 p.m. UTC Jun 21, 2018 It might just be every kid's (and grown-up kid's) dream — Legos, Legos everywhere. Dreams do come true. Legoland Park New York, slated to be the largest of its kind and in driving distance of New Jersey, will open in 2020. Merlin Entertainments announced the moving forward of Legoland New York, a $350 million theme park on Route 17 in Goshen, New York in October 2017. The park, whose target audience is families with children age 2 to 12, will be open from April 1 to Nov. 1, employing 1,300. When it opens in 2020, Legoland New York promises to be a destination, along the lines of Hersheypark or Sesame Place in Pennsylvania. Varney said the New York location will put it within the day-trip plans of those in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and even Philadelphia. An on-site 250-room hotel will help families to extend their visits. Legoland New York will have 50 rides, including a … [Read more...] about Get ready: Legoland Park New York to open in 2020
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Conservative economists Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore are predicting a new mass exodus of wealth from New York and California because of the new tax law. But academics who have studied taxes and migration call the forecast "pure nonsense." In an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal headlined "So Long, California. Sayonara, New York," Laffer and Moore (who have both advised President Donald Trump) say the new tax bill will cause a net 800,000 people to move out of California and New York over the next three years. You might also be interested in... NewsOK highlights articles of interest from selected websites to increase the scope of commentary and coverage available to readers. Readers are linked back to the source of the content. … [Read more...] about 800,000 people are about to flee New York and California because of taxes, say economists
LOS ANGELES — Judy Garland’s remains were moved cross-country to a mausoleum intended as the resting place for daughters Liza Minnelli and Lorna Luft and other family members. The transfer from a crypt in New York’s Ferncliff Cemetery to Hollywood Forever Cemetery was completed last Friday, Noelle Berman, a Hollywood Forever spokeswoman, told The Associated Press. $1 million reward for Dorothy’s ruby slippers “The move to Hollywood was made after many years of family consultations and deliberations,” Berman said Monday. “Ms. Garland’s three children now reside in Southern California and wished to have their mother resting near them.” The space in the mausoleum, renamed the Judy Garland Pavilion, has room for all her family including the famed actress-singer’s daughters, her son, Joey Luft, and her grandchildren, Berman said in an interview. The move reflects resolution of an issue involving Garland’s fifth … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Judy Garland’s remains moved from New York to Los Angeles
Amazon Studios drama becomes latest series to relocate under California Film Commission initiative Reid Nakamura, provided by Published 11:00 am, Monday, March 19, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 ‘Sneaky Pete’ Relocates Production to California to Receive $9.2 Million Tax Credit 1 / 1 Back to Gallery “Sneaky Pete” has become the latest series to relocate production to California to capitalize on the state’s film and television tax credit initiative. Season 3 of the Amazon Studios drama will move from New York to California, where the show will receive an estimated $9.2 million in tax credits, according to the California Film Commission. It becomes the 13th TV show to relocate amid the ongoing state’s push to boost production jobs, joining shows like “Veep,” “The OA” and “Legion.” The upcoming eighth season of “American Horror Story,” the … [Read more...] about ‘Sneaky Pete’ Relocates Production to California to Receive $9.2 Million Tax Credit
When a year-old pit bull named Blue attacked and killed a 90-year-old Virginia Beach woman in May, there were a lot of questions.Chief among them: How did a dog from New York with a history of aggression wind up in the home of an elderly woman in Virginia?Like tens of thousands of dogs before him, Blue had been saved from euthanasia and transported to another state through an informal network of animal lovers. These volunteers spend their time and money to rescue dogs from municipal shelters by shuttling them to fosters or adopters in other parts of the country. They see it as a win for everyone – it eases overcrowding at shelters, keeps dogs from being euthanized and loving families get pets.But there are no laws in the U.S. about tracking dogs moving across state lines. Rescue groups say they self-police and emphasize transparency, but critics say the lack of regulation may put adopters at risk if they unwittingly take in dogs with behavioral problems. They say details about a … [Read more...] about Massive, unregulated networks move dogs into Virginia to save them from death. Some worry it’s putting people at risk.