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Mid-Michigan entertainment weekend March29-31 and beyond
With Her Eyes Gallery Show: 10 a.m. March. 29, Art Reach of Mid Michigan, 111 E. Broadway St., Mt. Pleasant, 989-773-3689, artreachcenter.org. After Hours: Open Studio, 5 p.m. March 29, Art Reach of Mid Michigan, 111 E. Broadway St., Mt. Pleasant, 989-773-3689, artreachcenter.org.
Fair entertainment announcement Friday
The Logan County Fair will host a Business After Hours from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, at the Logan County Chamber of Commerce, 109 N. Front St. At 5:30 p.m. they will announce the entertainment for the 2019 Night Show.
Spring entertainment preview : ` The Hills , ' ` Avengers : Endgame '
With so much entertainment on the horizon this spring, E!’s “Daily Pop” co-host stops by TODAY to round up the best TV shows (“The Hills” reboot!), movies (“Avengers: Endgame”) and music (J.Lo’s tour).
SEVEN unveils more entertainment plans for Saudi Arabia
Saudi Entertainment Ventures Company (SEVEN) has revealed more information about its game-changing entertainment plans for Saudi Arabia. Bill Ernest, CEO of SEVEN, unveiled the plans for Saudi’s entertainment and leisure sector, discussing the family-friendly entertainment destinations, 50 new cinem
Dayton Mall launches new family-friendly entertainment option
Shoppers at the Dayton Mall can now play cornhole, ping pong and giant chess while on their trip to the Miami Twp. shopping center. The Yard, an entertainment concept with traditional, outdoor family games has opened at the Dayton Mall. It’s similar to the concept that launched last year at the Mall
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Apple launches new entertainment and financial services
Why is media queen Oprah Winfrey making documentary films for Apple Inc.’s new streaming television network? “Because they’re in a billion pockets, y’all,” Winfrey said Monday at Apple’s corporate headquarters. “A billion pockets.”
Today 's entertainment picks :
v “Holger Keifel: Only in America,” noon to 4 p.m.: A new exhibition by the renowned New York-based photographer at the Butler Institute of American Art, 524 Wick Ave., Youngstown.
Reuters Entertainment News Summary
Following is a summary of current entertainment news briefs. John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 'Bed-In' remembered at 50. In March 1969, newlyweds John Lennon and Yoko Ono skipped a honeymoon and instead staged a "bed-in" in Amsterdam to promote world peace during the Vietnam War. Dressed in white, the art
Somerset Development expands entertainment options at Homdel 's Bell Works
Real estate firm Somerset Development on Monday announced three new retailers slated to open on “The Block at Bell Works” — the metroburb’s thriving ground-floor selection of shops, restaurants, health care, community services and other destinations.
Food , education , entertainment for African-inspired learning center
“Women of the African Diaspora — Near and Far, Past and Present” will be 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Chico Women’s Club, 592 E. Third St. A $10 donation is suggested. It will be the third quarterly fundraiser for the establishment of an African-inspired center of learning, resource for educators, and ou
Riverfront entertainment evolving
Last fall, it was announced Burlington Steamboat days would not be held in 2019. Last month, it was revealed instead a two-day music festival will be held on the riverfront, featuring one night of country music and one night of rock and roll.
Fargo Brewing plans transformation into entertainment destination
FARGO - Fargo Brewing Co. will be turning its brewery and taphouse into an entertainment destination over the next four months, partners say. The northside brewski birthing place will be transformed into a hoppin’ hipster hub with the addition of a food truck/kitchen area, a Stumbeanos Coffee Bar, a
Weekend Kids Retreat includes entertainment
A Weekend Kids Retreat for students grades 3-5 is being held at Jamestown First Assembly Friday and Saturday, March 29-30. Registration is available at the door. The cost is $65 and includes lodging, meals and all activities. Check-in time at the church is from 3 to 3:30 p.m. Friday.
List : Pahrump area entertainment guide
Saturday, 2 p.m., “Eat Cake,” a murder mystery play, Amargosa Opera House, tickets $30, $15 for children, advance purchase recommended, call 760-852-4441 for information or tickets. (Play also being performed March 30, April 6 and April 13.)
`` Rewind '' features entertainment events that happened March 26
Join the "KFGO Morning Crew" every Monday through Friday at 6:55 a.m. for "Rewind". If you can't listen then, you can listen here, as we tell you about the actors, films, songs and artists making music history on this date.
Retail + Entertainment = More Customers
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Retailtainment -- have you heard of the word?. It's a growing trend in retail where businesses incorporate entertainment to try to draw in more customers and can make a big difference as more people shop online.
Salina works to encourage downtown entertainment
City staff want Salina’s downtown to be a welcoming and vibrant place for artist, entertainers, and the public. Staff are in the process of consulting with businesses, venues, organizations, and other stakeholders to revise the city’s code and simplify the permitting process for downtown performance
Amazon is aggressively entering entertainment -- with two big advantages
Everything old is new again. Tie-dye is back. A whole new generation is hooked on Friends and questioning the validity of Ross and Rachel’s break. And online bookseller-turned-Everything Store Amazon is returning to its roots and disrupting media.
5 entertainment options for this weekend
Southeastern Pro Rodeo: Bulls will thrash, broncs will buck and competitors will be tossed. The 26th annual rodeo starts at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday at the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion, 2200 NE Old Jacksonville Road, Ocala. Admission: $17 in advance, $20 at gate, free for ages 5 and younger.