Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus

"I can accept people where they are. We in the faith business tend to get more concerned about who should be on the boat
However, these changes don't happen without the efforts of committed and compassionate citizens across the country. Their voices--when raised in unison, with authority, and with fearlessness--can effect change most significantly.
High costs, falling ticket sales and animals rights battles have brought down the curtain.
The falsehoods being perpetrated against the animal enterprise industry is unconscionable. This is about animal welfare, people who know everything about animals, defending themselves against those who know nothing.
The Ringling Bros. of the 21st Century is on par with the shifts made possible by technology, yet it maintains an understanding
The days of the classic "da-da-da-na-na-na..." are gone. There is a kickin' band being projected through the arena playing
Following in the footsteps of parents is a culture in and of itself in the world of the circus, whether in families of animal
The circus continues to feel the ripple effects of the economic crash of 2008. A number of its corporate donors who would
It goes without saying that those who have worked directly with these beautiful giants, whose very lives have orbited their
Activists want the animals to live out their lives at a sanctuary, not the Ringling's facility in Florida.
When Megan O'Malley got the call to join the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® band, she was concerned. "Initially I was apprehensive," she says. "The trombonist before me was also a woman."
This is the depressing truth behind the greatest show on Earth.
With her beloved Kansas in her heart and sawdust in her veins, Bernice continues to enjoy a thriving career in the world of the circus, her own land of Oz; she has also presided as Company Manager at Big Apple Circus and is currently working with Cirque du Soleil's Zumanity in Las Vegas, NV.
After all, Thomas, a Philadelphia native, was on course to securing a serious dance career. "Although I'd occasionally attend
What a strange time we live in. I know I'm having a peaceful moment when I can actually find the time to read the paper. And, I recently came across an article that I literally had to read twice because I couldn't believe my eyes.
An elephant by the name of Nosey has become quite a symbol of so much that has gone awry with our society and our governing agencies. This is just one single case of pure injustice that has gotten lost in the system.
Cantlin's journey began at a chapter of Trapeze School New York, which was set up at Jordan's Furniture entertainment complex