Co-writing songs and performing them night after night apparently doesn’t guarantee you’ll have the lyrics committed to memory — not if your name is Miley Cyrus.
The 21-year-old singer is facing criticism after fans spotted her glancing at lyrics on a teleprompter positioned at the edge of the stage. Photos captured at a recent Las Vegas concert show a karaoke-style display on the screen.
Of course, artists forgetting their lyrics onstage is not uncommon, and the spontaneity of those moments can sometimes be a concert’s most charming event. But during a tour that’s generated one controversial move after the next, from make-out sessions with Katy Perry to even more extreme acts, it seems some find this a step too far in terms of Cyrus tour behavior.
Tomorrow the DJ and staff of Mix 97 and Rock 107 will be at Batawa ski hill! Come join us to be heard on the radio, watch the Rail Jam competition, and be apart of our awesome fun filled day! Orlena Cain will also be MCeeing the Rail Jam Competition with the Canadian Ski Patrol!
All skiers and snowboarders are welcome to compete in the Rail Jam. Lots of great prizes to be won!
Empire Rockfest 2014 for ticket info: empiresquarelive.com
Tickets on sale this Saturday the 8th at noon (By Phone 969-0099#1, in person The Empire Theatre and online)
Thursday, July 24th
HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS!
Special Guests: Glass Tiger
Special Guests: The Trews
Saturday, July 26th
SAMMY HAGAR AND FRIENDS: Perform A Journey Through The History Of Rock!
Featuring: Michael Anthony (bass guitar) of Van Halen!, Jason Bonham (drums) of the recent Led Zeppelin Reunion Concerts! and guitar wizard Vic Johnston!
Special Guests: Extreme
Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival
Held in March, the Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival is the place to be for great pancakes and syrup as their Maple Syrup Festival warms up winter. Horse sleigh rides, sawing competitions and snowshoeing are just a few of the charming events that draw thousands yearly to Sandy Flat Sugar Bush, while in the village itself, craft and antique shows and street events provide a festive air.
St. Peter Catholic School is hosting a fundraiser to raise money for new playground equipment.
Support our efforts by taking the family out for a movie night to see Mr. Peabody and Sherman!
(Perfect night to kick off the March Break!)
Saturday March 8th at 3:15pm
$10/Ticket (Includes: Admission, Kid’s popcorn, Kid’s drink)
Tickets are available at the St. Peter School office, at our new location on Tripp Blvd, beside St. Paul.
This event is proudly supported by the St. Peter Catholic School Parent Council!
Quinte Sportsman’s Boat and RV Show
March 7th, 8th & 9th
We would like to take this time to welcome all past and future participants to the 16th Annual Quinte Sportsman’s Boat and RV Show held at the “All New” Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre 265 Cannifton Road Belleville. This year we are very excited to announce that we are again expanding the size of our show to “EVEN BIGGER THAN EVER” by including FOUR arenas, a gymnasium and recreational pool with over 100 vendors.
Spring thaw clean up! They show up, pick up, and remove your pets waste.
email@example.com or TOLL FREE (844) AHH-CRAP!
For: All ages
Where: Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre
When:Tuesday, March 13 from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. (Yardmen Arena)
Wednesday, March 14 from 3:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. (Rink A)
Thursday, March 15 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Rink B)
Friday, March 16 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (Yardmen Arena)
Saturday, March 17 from 8 p.m. to – 10 p.m. (Rink B)
Sunday, March 18 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Yardmen Arena)
Cost: $2.50 per person, per day
Details: Helmet lending available. Call Belleville Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department at (613) 966-4632 for more information.
MARCH BREAK MUSIC THEATRE CAMP
For: Ages 8-12
Where: Empire Theatre & Centre for the Performing Arts
When: March 12-16 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost: $169.50 (includes HST)
Details: During the week, the students will study vocal (singing), movement (dance) and acting techniques, voice projection, choreography, scene and character interpretation and improvisation. All material content will be age-appropriate. To complete the experience, there will be a one-hour presentation “For Family and Friends” at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, March 16. You’ll be amazed how much everyone has learned in just 5 days! For more info, click here.
March 14th 2:00pm-3:30pm Build Belleville Downtown Revitalization Presentation at Quinte Gardens
We hope that you are just as excited as we are about the fun filled March Break Day Camp at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre. We have many activities, games, crafts and trips planned just for you!
Ages 4-13 yrs.
Activities include: • Swimming • Bowling • Skating • Pizza Party • Sports • Games • Crafts
Regular camp hours: 8am – 5pm
Extra hours are available 7-8am and/or 5-6pm
(Additional $15/child per AM or PM)
Date: March 10 – 13, 2014 (20051)
Check out Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre for tons of March break events: http://quintesportsandwellnesscentre.ca
Belleville Public Library. Kids three and up are invited to sing, dance and laugh during the week of March 14-19. Let’s kick off spring with non-stop party fun! For more info: 613-968-6731 #2268
You can always go out to the movie theatre, shopping downtown or in the mall, or even bowling! Have a great March break!
Whoopi Goldberg and her fellow “View” co-hosts had a bone to pick with ABC on Tuesday.
Goldberg, who was back from Los Angeles where she attended the Oscars ceremony on Sunday, criticized the network for not sending the “The View” to the awards to cover the show.
“I had a great time at the Oscars. I want to say two things,” Goldberg began on Tuesday. “One is directed toward ABC. ABC, it was a shame to walk down that red carpet and see every other ABC show, daytime show represented, except for Rachael Ray, and we weren’t there.”
Goldberg, who presented at the Oscars, continued, “We are the only show, and I hate to ring my own bell, but what the hell, ‘The View‘ is the only show that has an Oscar winner on the panel and I thought it was a crying shame that we weren’t there.”
She praised Barbara Walters‘ past Oscars coverage, and Walters made her position on the issue clear as well.