Former Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters played a free concert at Mexico City’s Plaza de la Constitución last night to a crowd of over 200,000 people. The over two-hour performance saw Waters and his band take on a 25-song set of Pink Floyd classics and songs penned by the socio-political activist.As is typical during a Waters show, the fiery bassist took shots at various political figures, including well-deserving human punching bag and class clown Donald Trump. Watch a video of the entire performance below, which includes hits such as “Time,” “Fearless,” “Run Like Hell”, and “Comfortably Numb”:[Video courtesy of Live Concerts]Roger Waters Setlist – Mexico City, Mexico – 10/1/16:Speak to MeBreatheSet the Controls for the Heart of the SunOne of These DaysTimeBreathe (Reprise)The Great Gig in the SkyMoneyUs and ThemFearlessShine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)Welcome to the MachineHave a CigarWish You Were HerePigs on the Wing 1Pigs on the Wing 2DogsPigs (Three Different Ones)The Happiest Days of Our LivesAnother Brick in the Wall Part 2MotherRun Like HellBrain DamageEclipseEncore:Comfortably Numb[via Consequence of Sound]
Rounding out the cast are Sophie von Haselberg as Wilder’s long-suffering secretary and Drew Gehling as a beleaguered studio chief. Billy & Ray charts the birth of the film noir genre. The comedy follows literary odd couple writer-director Billy Wilder (Kartheiser) and novelist Raymond Chandler (Pine) as they contentiously collaborate to adapt the novel Double Indemnity for the silver screen. Set in 1940s Hollywood, Billy & Ray is the true story of how two brilliant and thorny artists battled the Hollywood censors and each other to create a groundbreaking movie classic. Billy & Ray Mad Men star Vincent Kartheiser and Broadway vet Larry Pine officially open in the New York premiere of Billy & Ray on October 20. Mike Bencivenga’s new show, directed by the legendary Garry Marshall, will play a limited engagement through November 23 at off-Broadway’s Vineyard Theatre. Related Shows View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Nov. 23, 2014
Charges:Criminal possession of stolen property 3rd degree, a class D felonyCriminal possession of stolen property 4th degree, a class E felonyCriminal possession of a weapon 4th degree, a class A misdemeanorCriminal possession of a controlled substance 7th degree, a class A misdemeanorResisting arrest, a class A misdemeanor (WBNG) — The Broome County Sheriff’s Office released an update regarding the arrest of the man in connection with the police pursuit on Tuesday afternoon. (WBNG) — A police chase that began in Broome County ended in Tioga County with one subject being taken into custody Tuesday afternoon. The sheriff’s office said the van was reportedly traveling westbound on State Route 206 in Greene and was headed toward Broome County. They say they spotted the vehicle and attempted to stop it, but the operator of the vehicle would not comply. May 20, 2:19 P.M. UPDATE: (WBNG) — Broome County Sheriff’s Office arrested one person in connection with the police pursuit this afternoon. Additionally, the sheriff’s office said that after towing the vehicle, they found a muzzle-loader long gun, laptops, various tools, a generator, bicycles and more. —— The sheriff’s office said that was when they located 39-year-old male Bradley Hesco. They say Hesco tried to run away from the officers, but they were able to take him into custody. The sheriff’s office said they received a tip at about 3:00 p.m. that a FedEx van was reported stolen early in the morning on Monday, May 18. They say the van was reported stolen from N. Brotzman Road in the Town of Chenango. Police officials say the vehicle pursuit traveled through Whitney Point, Lisle, Richford, Berkshire and Newark Valley. They also say once the pursuit reached Newark Valley, the driver turned off the road, parked the vehicle and attempted to run off on foot. —– Captain Kate Newcomb with the Broome County Sheriff’s Office told 12 News the subject stole a FedEx truck. The truck was reported stolen on Monday. The truck is in possession of the Broome County Sheriff’s Office. 7:53 P.M. UPDATE: Capt. Newcomb says a deputy noticed the truck on Route 79 in the Town of Lisle and a chase ensued before ending in Newark Valley. Bradley Hesco, 39, was taken into custody, interviewed and ultimately charged. Captain Newcomb says it’s too early to comment on potential charges.