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Brown’s annual speech to highlight movies, reforms and Covid-19 impact

One of the positive outcomes Brown will highlight in his speech Friday is the new Buffalo Police Behavioral Health Team, which responded to 125 calls that resulted in diversion from jail or emergency rooms between Oct. 15, when it started, and Jan. 31. Article source: Article source:

Rochester Arts and Entertainment Excited to Reopen in April

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Starting next month, the arts and entertainment venue will be allowed to reopen with capacity limitations. “It is fantastic news for us in the performing arts industry,” Curtis Long, president and CEO of Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra said. “We have essentially been shut down completely from performing for live audiences for a long, […]

Is It Too Late To Consider Buying The Star Entertainment Group Limited (ASX:SGR)?

Texas Watchdog Says Grid Operator Made $16 Billion Error (Bloomberg) — A firm hired to monitor Texas’ power markets says the region’s grid manager overpriced electricity over two days during last month’s energy crisis, resulting in $16 billion in overcharges.Amid the deep winter freeze that knocked nearly half of power generation offline, the Electric Reliability […]

Mariners partner with Seattle University to help improve diversity in sports and entertainment

Each year, the Mariners will offer several fellowship and job opportunities for candidates enrolled in the university’s newest graduate program, an MBA in Sport and Entertainment Management (MBA SEM). Positions will be available in such areas as communications, finance, legal, Information Technology and athletic training. The Mariners and Kraken are joined in this effort by […]

Fest in Belleview, concert in Ocala: Looking ahead on the entertainment calendar

Heritage Skills Day: The Fort King National Historic Landmark Heritage Skills Day will take place from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. March 13 at the landmark, 3925 E. Fort King St., Ocala. Learn rug making, basketry and cast iron cooking, and enjoy history demonstrations and more. Registration is required. Visit or call 629-2489 for details.  Timberline Farm Strawberry […]

Snyder Cut: Zack Snyder’s first movies reveal the mythology in ‘Justice League’

When I think about Zack Snyder, I think about scale. Even for someone who has never seen a single one of his films, Snyder’s name is synonymous with epic storytelling and CGI spectacles, telling stories about mythical titans like Superman and the other Justice League members. It’s fascinating, then, to transport back to Snyder’s earliest […]

Netflix To Spend $5 Million From Creative Equity Fund To Uplift Women In Entertainment Industry, Per Bela Bajaria Post

In advance of International Women’s Day on March 8, Netflix Head of Global TV Bela Bajaria announced that the first $5 million of a recently announced Creative Equity Fund will go towards programs that help to nurture, develop and uplift women in the entertainment industry globally. The fund dedicates $20 million annually over the next […]

Is It Time to Buy AMC Entertainment Stock?

Retail traders are once again pouring into heavily shorted stocks to trigger short squeezes, and AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) is one of their main targets. Shares in this embattled movie theater operator have risen by a jaw-dropping 333% so far in 2021. But is this price rally based on fundamentals or unsustainable hype? Let’s dig deeper to […]

Entertainment Squad Acquires ‘Paper Spiders’; AAFCA Teams With Alliance Of Film Directors For Women’s History Month Celebration – Film Briefs

Entertainment Squad has picked up the North American to Paper Spiders, a comedy-drama from director by Inon Shampanier. Lili Taylor, Stefania LaVie Owen, Ian Nelson and Peyton List star in the indie film, which will be released in select theaters on Mother’s Day weekend and will be available to rent and own on North American […]

Smaller Entertainment Venues Set To Reopen Next Month In New York: ‘It’s More Than Just Plays And Musicals, It’s Jobs’

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Smaller entertainment venues across New York City will soon welcome back audiences, with plenty of rules in place. As CBS2’s John Dias reported, COVID stole the show, but now it must go on. READ MORE: Cuomo: Potential Reopening Of Broadway To Be Fueled By Series Of Pop-Up Concerts Beginning Feb. 20 Starting […]