US Movie theaters in New York outside NYC can reopen October 23, with limits
AMC Offers Moviegoers the Chance to Rent Out Theaters for $99 Private Screenings
Guests can choose between 16 movies and host a gathering of one to 20 peopleIn an announcement on AMC's website, the movie chain revealed it will be offering audiences the chance to rent out its theaters for private screenings, beginning at $99.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced at a press conference on Saturday that movie theaters in the state — but not in New York City — can reopen at 25% capacity starting October 23. Theaters have been closed since mid-March, when the state went into lockdown.
The limited reopening will only apply to counties that have an infection rate below 2% on a 14-day average and have nohot spots. Those stipulations rule out several counties including, Rockland, Orange and Broome.
Erik Jones finalizing deal with Richard Petty Motorsports for 2021
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New Yorkers going to the movies for the first time in nearly seven months will be required to wear masks and social distance from other patrons. Only 50 people will be allowed per screen.
Cuomo held his press conference as the U.S. faces a fall that is seeing states nationwide report record numbers of new cases.
"The fall, you're going to see an increased viral transmission rate. Fact," the governor said, echoing warnings from Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert. Fauci told "" anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell this week that the United States needs to redouble its efforts to contain the as we enter the fall and winter months.
Hailie Deegan will run full-time in the NASCAR Truck Series in 2021
Hailie Deegan might be one of the most recognized drivers in the lower ranks of NASCAR. She is also the most popular female driver in NASCAR. She will now be making her way into the NASCAR Truck Series in 2021. © Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Hailie Deegan will now be making her way into th Ford Performance announced Saturday afternoon that Deegan will run full-time for DGR-Crosley in the NASCAR Truck Series for the 2021 season. This announcement came during Deegan’s first NASCAR Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway. Deegan ran the full schedule for the ARCA Menards Series this season.
"What we really have to do is double down" on preventive measures like social distancing and wearing masks, Fauci said.
Cuomo said Saturday that New York is implementing a "micro-cluster strategy" to combat the seasonal surge. He said a wealth of data from about 12 million total tests will now allow it to analyze clusters "block by block."
"If there's a cluster it means there wasn't compliance," he said Saturday. "The only answer to a lack of compliance is enforcement."
Earlier this month, Cuomo reimposed virus restrictions on schools, businesses and houses of worship in and around areas seeing a spike in cases.
Hey Democrats: Court-Packing Isn’t The Answer. This Is. .
Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation is a done deal. Democrats don’t have the votes, and not enough Republicans have the principles. Democrats’ only recourse, many have argued, is to increase the size of the court—“court-packing” is the derogatory term—to offset the illegitimate appointments of Justice Gorsuch (after the stonewalling of Should’ve-Been-Justice Garland) and Justice Barrett. Presuming they win the presidency and flip the Senate, of course.