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ABC News (NEW YORK) — Five people are dead and nearly half a million customers in the Northeast are without power due to severe weather that includes thunderstorms, flash flooding, hail, winds up to 80 mph and possibly tornadoes.An 11-year-old girl was killed in Newburgh, New York, by a falling tree that also injured her mother. Also in Newburgh, police said a tree fell on a women who was operating a vehicle. She died later. In Danbury, Connecticut, one person died after a tree fell on his truck. A fourth person was killed by a falling tree in New Fairfield, Connecticut. And a 31-year-old male died when a tree fell on his car in the Poconos at around 4 p.m.As of 8 p.m. ET, 496,777 customers in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut had lost electricity. That had declined to 359,534 by 5:45 a.m. on Wednesday.The National Weather Service had received more than 100 severe storm reports shortly after 6 p.m., including reports of baseball-size hail and wind gusts up to 80 mph.Although the storm is moving quickly east, severe thunderstorm watches remain in effect from Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia and New York City to Boston. New flash flood watches have also been issued for the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore areas.Service on one of the busiest train lines in the Northeast has been suspended due to the weather.All of the Metro North lines have been suspended due to downed trees, leading to a frenzy at Grand Central Station in New York City during rush hour on Tuesday. Thousands of people were stranded at the station, ABC New York station WABC reported.Amtrak service in the Northeast has also been canceled due to the storm, according to WABC.Video out of New York City showed ominous clouds rolling in just after 5 p.m. ET.Conditions were so bad in Newburgh that the city decided to close all roads due to the damage to trees and electrical infrastructure. Brookfield, Connecticut, declared a “town disaster” in response to the weather, urging people to remain indoors until officials can assess the damage.A tornado watch was issued this afternoon for upstate New York, the Hudson Valley, northeast Pennsylvania, western Connecticut, Massachusetts and southern Vermont. Winds up to 80 mph and large hail are also threats in those areas.The severe threat will likely pass by about 9 p.m.The Southeast is also expected to see heavy rain over the next several days. Flash flooding is possible throughout the week.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Last week, an incredible lineup of musicians turned up at the Beacon Theatre for a very special benefit concert. Dubbed Love Rocks NYC, the show brought together dozens of talented artists for a musical celebration of all things love, to benefit the organization God Loves We Deliver. The non-profit group delivers meals to those who are terminally ill; it’s no surprise that so many all-star musicians came together in honor of such an important cause.The lineup featured: Joe Walsh, Mavis Staples, Jackson Browne, Warren Haynes, Michael McDonald, Cyndi Lauper, Dr. John, Gary Clark Jr., Bruce Willis, Derek Trucks, Keb’ Mo’, Aaron Neville, Lisa Fischer, Marc Cohn, Anthony Hamilton, Cece Winans, Susan Tedeschi, William Bell, Amy Helm, Blind Boys of Alabama, Jackie Greene, Sam Moore, Catherine Russell, Joan Osborne, Tash Neal, and Marcus King.The house band consisted of: Will Lee, Paul Shaffer, Jeff Young, Larry Campbell, Eric Krasno, Shawn Pelton and Steve Gadd, with singers Elaine Caswell, Chrissi Poland, Nicki Richards, Alicia Chakour, and Mark Rivers. The horn section brought Evan Barker, Jim Hynes, Joe Fiedler, Andy Snitzer, Aaron Heick and Ron Blake.It was a packed-beyond-belief evening of incredible music, to say the least. For 4.5 hours, the city belonged to soul music. Thanks to sgibson818, you can watch the full performance below:Setlist: Love Rocks NYC | Beacon Theatre | New York City | 3/9/17House Band Set One: Tenth Avenue Tango (w/ Bruce Willis), Yes We Can Can (w/ Amy Helm & Jackie Greene), Will The Circle Be Unbroken (w/ Mavis Staples & Amy Helm), I’ll Take You There (w/ Mavis Staples), In My Life (w/ Keb Mo), The Thrill Is Gone (w/ Keb Mo, Billy Gibbons & Tash Neal), Night Time Is The Right Time (w/ Anthony Hamilton & Catherine Russell), Hey Devil (w/ Cece Winans), Born Under A Bad Sign (w/ Gary Clark Jr. & William Bell), Soulshine (w/ Warren Haynes), Bring It On Home To Me (w/ Warren Haynes, Marcus King & Bruce Willis), Crazy Love/Tupelo Honey (w/ Marc Cohn), Whole Lotta Love (w/ Patty Smyth & John McEnroe), Ain’t No Mountain High (w/ Michael McDonald & Catherine Russell), Ain’t That Good News (w/ Sam Moore), Soul Man (w/ Sam Moore, Joe Walsh & Bruce Willis), Gimme Shelter (w/ Lisa Fischer)Gary Clark Jr. Mini-Set: The Healing, When My Train Pulls InHouse Band Second Set: Running On Empty (w/ Jackson Browne), I Shall Be Released (w/ Jackson Browne, Michael McDonald & Blind Boys Of Alabama), People Get Ready (w/ Aaron Neville & Blind Boys Of Alabama), A Change Is Gonna Come (w/ Aaron Neville), Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (w/ Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi), Space Captain (w/ Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi & Warren Haynes), Turn On Your Lovelight (w/ Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Jackie Greene & Sam Moore), Get Out Of My Life Woman > La Grange (w/ Billy Gibbons), Life’s Been Good (w/ Joe Walsh), Such A Night (w/ Dr. John), With A Little Help From My Friends (w/ many of the evening’s performers)[cover photo via Scott Gibson]
THOMS: It’s amazing how he can accomplish so much by doing so little. I’ve been aspiring to do more of that in my own work, because I came from musical theater—dinner theater. The bigger the lashes, the better, honey! Get out there and do it, BAM! [Laughs.] Q: Lost Lake runs the gamut from heartbreaking to hilarious. What do you hope the audience will walk away thinking about? THOMS: Hot date at Chipotle! JOHN HAWKES: I felt really supported by Tracie from the get-go. It’s a painful process, rehearsing a play, particularly a new play. But I feel lucky to be on a team with Tracie. I feel like the luckiest actor in New York. Q: Are you getting choked up over there, Tracie? TRACIE THOMS: I didn’t know what to expect at all. I try to be as neutral as I can, but I had a feeling it was gonna be good. When I met John, it was way better than I imagined. I was like, “Wow, I can’t wait to work with this guy!” Q: So do you grab Chipotle for each other before the show? THOMS: If I bought a ticket and I was just in the audience watching John, I’d be like, “How are you doing that?” The layers of his work, it’s daunting. I mean, the guy from Deadwood?! I don’t wanna know how I got here—somebody else must have said no. I don’t know who it was. I don’t wanna know, but he’s stuck with me now! HAWKES: I just want people to feel something. Hopefully the audience has seen us connect and we’ve connected with them on some level. Whether they feel more alive or less alone, or just laugh, I want them to feel something. THOMS: Aww… [Sniffles.] THOMS: Right before we started working together, I had an impulse to start watching all of John’s movies. So I watched Winter’s Bone two days before we started rehearsal… Q: What do you admire the most about each other? Lost Lake HAWKES: What do I owe ya? [Laughs.] HAWKES: Oh, I tell you that all the time. Related Shows THOMS: We talk about food a lot. Chipotle! Oh my God, I love Chipotle. HAWKES: Oh, we talk about food. HAWKES: We have! View Comments Q: Hot date at Chipotle? THOMS: Yeah, but still! THOMS: We were rehearsing in October and every night I’d go home and watch a different horror movie, and I’d come in and act out the whole movie for John: “And then she ran…and the closet opened…and then the people jumped out of the closet!” THOMS: We’ve gone to Chipotle together. Q: When you guys met, what were your first impressions of one another? Q: Have you guys bonded over anything during this process? Show Closed This production ended its run on Dec. 21, 2014 See Lost Lake through December 21 at New York City Center. HAWKES: Oh, and Tracie also loves horror films. I’m not against them, but she has a real weakness for that. Getting along with your co-star is important in any production, but when you’re starring in a two-hander, it’s imperative. Luckily, Lost Lake stars Tracie Thoms and John Hawkes became fast friends early on in the rehearsal process, and are having lots of fun cracking each other up onstage and off during the play’s limited engagement at New York City Center. The Manhattan Theatre Club production tells the story of Veronica (Thoms), a no-nonsense single mom who rents the rundown cabin of eccentric loner Hogan (Hawkes) for the summer. Broadway.com spent the evening with the pair to chat about meeting for the first time, their undying love of Chipotle and why working on David Auburn’s new play is such a moving experience. HAWKES: I don’t think there were any no’s! THOMS: It’s about these two flawed people who would probably never under any circumstances meet, and they’re both drawn to each other and feel an impulse to take care of each other. I think it really shows the humanity of these people. At the end of the day, we’re all in this together.