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2019 : Here for your entertainment
There are many things that a new year brings, but some of the most exciting are new movies and music. Moviegoers of all ages and preferences will be able to find something to watch in the cinema this year.
More entertainment ideas for the weekend
• • • 2. Looking for something sweet? Check out the "Eye Candy" exhibit opening Saturday at the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh. Phipps' new orchid and bonsai show invites visitors to savor candy-inspired natural beauty. The conservatory has been transformed with candy-stripe
Renaissance Fest announces entertainment lineup
Past favorites will join new entertainers to headline the Kerrville Renaissance Festival, coming Jan 25-27 and Feb 2-3 to the River Star Arts and Event Park and Hill Country Youth Event Center. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
We join Audi live on Engadget 's stage to talk the future of in-car entertainment
At CES 2019, Audi showed off a few new takes on in-car entertainment. The automaker partnered with Disney on an interactive experience that uses VR headsets and the car's own map data to create a sort of virtual roller coaster in the car. You can check out my thoughts on the technology in this post.
` Little Bit of Texas ' entertainment venue , steakhouse coming to Wetumpka
Wetumpka’s been the focus of a lot of awesome stuff lately – most notably, perhaps, the arrival of The Coosa Cleaver, a new restaurant. And announced today was the arrival of a Texas-themed entertainment venue. It will be called “Alabama’s Little Bit of Texas,” and it’ll feature a ton of awesome opt
Local arts and entertainment : Jan. 14 through Jan. 21
• Woodworking Club – 9 to noon., also 1 to 3 p.m. Jan. 21, also Thursday, Senior Services of Will County Main Office, 251 N. Center St., Joliet. For information, visit willcountyseniors.org/events or call 815-723-9713.
Tacoma Arts Live A New Name In Entertainment
Tacoma Arts Live (formerly Broadway Center for the Performing Arts) boasts a new name but same passion. Looks like they are proving it with their upcoming lineup. There is truly something for everyone.
Kids entertainment company more than doubles space in LIC
Spin Master will lease a total of almost 51K sf in the Factory building. A children’s entertainment company based in Canada is more than doubling its foothold at the Factory in Long Island City.
Top six entertainment picks for January
Here are a half dozen entertainment picks to enjoy this month or reasons to not stay cooped up in the house because the weather is January outside. Anya Sellsted and Jennifer Mabus hiked the Pacific Crest Trail and will share their experiences at Solo: The Women of the PCT at the State Theatre.
Why Lions Gate Entertainment Stock Dropped 17 % in December
Shares of Lions Gate Entertainment (NYSE: LGF-A) (NYSE: LGF-B) declined 17.1% last month, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. It was a tough year for the entertainment studio, with the shares down 52.4% in 2018. The stock underperformed the S&P 500 index, which lost 6.35% in value
Virginia Beach approves initial agreement to build entertainment center and surf park on Dome site
The City Council approved a non-binding term sheet on Tuesday for an entertainment attraction and surf park to be built at the Oceanfront, setting in motion an ambitious project that still faces other hurdles.
Majority working in arts , entertainment need extra source of income
Almost three quarters of people working in the arts, entertainment and recreation sectors rely on other sources of income to make ends meet. A survey carried out by the representative body, Theatre Forum, found that people working in the arts earn two thirds of the average wage across all sectors.
Video games now make up more than half of the entertainment market
SALT LAKE CITY — There was a time when video games were thought of as a niche market. Theirs was a business associated with kids shoveling quarters into arcade machines; a market that relied on the young and a handful of adults who, in the popular view, had only grown up physically.
On Tap : Arts , entertainment briefs for Jan. 18
Internationally acclaimed jazz recording artist Nicolas Bearde performs the music of Nat King Cole at 3 p.m. Jan. 27 at El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. Featuring fresh arrangements by the late Natalie Cole’s long-time pianist, Josh Nelson, selections of Cole’s music will include such enduring
Highlights of the week in Lincoln-area entertainment
James Armstrong, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Zoo Bar. James Armstrong is a true blues survivor, who was poised to go on go on a career-making world tour in 1997 when a man with a knife invaded his home. While fighting off the invader to save his small son, Armstrong was stabbed by the invader, causing him to
Watching the entertainment at Spanish Springs Town Square
Watching the entertainment at Spanish Springs Town Square in The Villages. Photo courtesy of Ron Clark.
Videogames Brought To Life In New Entertainment Trend
Escape rooms, a new form of entertainment inspired by simple video games, are taking the live-action entertainment world by storm. These puzzle-based entertainment companies challenge participants to escape a locked room, usually themed in some way, and are gaining attention with a wide variety of p
Corus Entertainment -LRB- CJR.B -RRB- Given New C$ 8.00 Price Target at CIBC
Separately, National Bank Financial upped their price objective on Corus Entertainment from C$5.50 to C$6.00 and gave the company an outperform rating in a research note on Monday, December 10th. Three investment analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and four have assigned a buy rating to
Virginia Beach City Council will vote on surf park and entertainment center backed by Pharrell
This is a glimpse of what winter in the resort area looks like: A barren beach save for a few dog walkers and selfie-takers. Closed souvenir shops and ice cream parlors. Deserted streets.
Local arts , entertainment fill 2018 with awesomeness
When I started making lists of the arts and entertainment activities and events that filled my 2018, even I was surprised. My record-keeping is casual at best and inaccurate at worst, but here are some numbers a cursory count uncovered: 16 movies seen at a theater as well as many more viewed at home