by: Cassie Hudson
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Beginning Friday, you can see your favorite Disney characters lift, jump and move on the ice at MVP Arena. Disney On Ice presents Into The Magic brings audiences on an expedition across raging seas, snow covered mountains and the marigold bridge, hosted by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
The family-friendly tradition, produced by Feld Entertainment, features Disney’s Moana, Frozen, Coco and Beauty and the Beast with other beloved Disney characters.
The role of Belle is being played by Michigan native Colleen Clancy. She says it is a dream come true to portray the role of the fierce, independent heroine.
“Growing up I had such a connection to Belle. Being older I think Belle shows so much kindness and generosity and it’s something we can all strive to be more like,” said Clancy.
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You can purchase Disney On Ice tickets on the Disney On Ice website.
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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)- “Squid Game” became one of 2021’s most talked-about shows. The show follows a group of people as they compete for cash by playing a series of deadly games that can only result in one winner.
With 142 million household views in October little more than a month after its release, according to Forbes, it would seem Squid Game was on par to become Netflix’s most popular show in 2021. However, the Korean show came in at number three, according to Reviews.org.
(NEXSTAR) – Streaming service Netflix has reportedly raised its monthly subscription price in the U.S. The price will go up by about $1 or $2 per month, depending on the plan.
If you have the basic Netflix plan that allows for just one stream at a time, your price will increase from $8.99 to $9.99. The cost of Netflix’s standard plan, which allows for two simultaneous streams, will now cost you $15.49, up from $13.99. Those with the premium plan, allowing for four screens to watch at the same time, will now be paying $19.99, up from $17.99.
LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A trio of buildings that couldn’t be missed in a walk through the village of Lake George are on sale. But don’t panic; it’s likely that your favorite landmark restaurant or shop isn’t going anywhere.
The homes of King Neptune’s Pub & Nightclub, Lake George Boat Rentals and The Village Mall – collectively listed as 1 Kurosaka Lane and 204 Canada St. in the village – were put up for sale this week. All magnets for downtown summer tourist traffic, the trio of buildings are listed for a collective $11.5 million.