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  • Circus Warehouse

    Circus Warehouse
    In the carnival atmosphere that is New York, hidden in an industrial neighborhood in Long Island City, Queens there is unassuming building that could be called center ring. It's a new venture called "Circus Warehouse", the high flying idea of actress and circus pro Suzi Winson. "It's sort of the next dimension in a way, Winson told us. "We have a recreational program where you can learn all of these things, so people can come off the street and say "I want to try this, I want to try the flying trapeze" and we'll put them in a safety belt and we'll fly them."
  • Circus accused of violating law in treatment of elephants

    A circus violated an animal welfare law by allowing three elephants to briefly get loose in Missouri and watering them too close to a Pennsylvania show's public area where a child managed to pose for a photo behind one of them, a federal agency alleges in...

    The show must go on at Sarasota's Ringling Circus Museum

    Promoters of the Ringling Circus Museum in Sarasota have it made it so much more than a collection of old lion cages, clown costumes and posters of parading elephants. One June 16, for example, the annual Summer Circus Spectacular will feature 13-year-...

    No Clowning, Wolf Pack Remain Confident After Loss In Worcester

    No Clowning, Wolf Pack Remain Confident After Loss In Worcester
    WORCESTER — They have no time to sulk. They have no time to pout. They have no time to put on one of those sad clown faces and feel sorry for themselves. If the Worcester Wolf Pack drop another game on Monday night, they might as well kiss their...

    PETA sues wildlife service, accuses it of 'pay-to-play'

    An animal-rights group sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Friday to stop a policy it says allows trophy hunters, circus acts and others dealing with threatened species to skirt the Endangered Species Act by making token donations to conservation...