Archive for March, 2022

Nashville Symphony Orchestra seeks COO

The Nashville Symphony invites applications and nominations for the position of Chief Operating Officer, available in the spring of 2022.

The Opportunity

This position presents a unique opportunity to join a dynamic organization in a thriving and expanding community known the world over as Music City. The Nashville Symphony has occupied a singular role in Nashville’s... | Read More

Mill Collective Makes Its Mark in Round Top — Inside an American Furniture Revolution

PaperCity‘s Catherine D. Anspon chats with Mill Collective Tim Branscome about Mill’s first time showing at the Round Top Spring Antiques Show. Mill Collective can be found at The Halles events venue through this Sunday, April 3. On Mill Collective’s debut in Texas. And your first trip to Round Top. Yes, Round Top will be the first time … Continued

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Mill Collective Makes Its Mark in Round Top — Inside an American Furniture Revolution

PaperCity‘s Catherine D. Anspon chats with Mill Collective Tim Branscome about Mill’s first time showing at the Round Top Spring Antiques Show. Mill Collective can be found at The Halles events venue through this Sunday, April 3. On Mill Collective’s debut in Texas. And your first trip to Round Top. Yes, Round Top will be the first time … Continued

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The LAPD was ready to arrest Will Smith after the slap, Will Packer says

In an interview with "Good Morning America," Will Packer says the LAPD was ready to take action against Will Smith. But Chris Rock declined to press charges.

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The Golden Age of Houston Theater — With World Premieres Bountiful, This Is One Unexpected Post COVID Spike

After almost two years of darkened stages, we wouldn’t have blamed Houston theater companies if their first season back all featured fourth wall to wall feel good familiar fare. Perhaps several Sound of Musics and lots of manor house comedies and mysteries. Yet something risky happened on the way to Houston theater’s new seasons. We … Continued

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Jared Leto is Marvel’s bat-man in the vampiric ‘Morbius’

An ailing biochemist aims to cure himself of a debilitating illness, but ends up infecting himself with vampirism in the Marvel movie Morbius.

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The Anti-Protestors Who Have Been Protesting Russian Performers For Years

Even as the annexation of Crimea faded from the media, Signerbusters kept showing up to concerts, draped in Ukrainian flags, equipped with signs and spirit. Sometimes there were just two or three of them present. Still, for eight years, Signerbusters say they have never missed a show. – Washington Post

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The Anti-Protestors Who Have Been Protesting Russian Performers For Years

Even as the annexation of Crimea faded from the media, Signerbusters kept showing up to concerts, draped in Ukrainian flags, equipped with signs and spirit. Sometimes there were just two or three of them present. Still, for eight years, Signerbusters say they have never missed a show. – Washington Post

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Just Where Do You Put Street Dance?

Neither the art world nor the world of noncommercial dance is much more hospitable to an improvising street dancer, at least not one with Storyboard’s out-of-the-ordinary qualities. – The New York Times

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The Patagonia vest endures in San Francisco tech circles, despite ridicule

Flyers around San Francisco are urging tech workers to give up the quintessential Silicon Valley uniform: the fleece vest. It's just the latest flashpoint in the city's class battle.

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