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The cultural sector has been hit hard during the pandemic. Courtesy of LANGSTON Anecdotally, we knew that COVID-19 had hit the arts sector hard. Now we have more data to back it up. Sponsored On Wednesday, ArtsFund released a massive report detailing the far-reaching impact of the pandemic on arts organizations in Washington state. the …

After 64 years and building more than 1,300 helicopters, Enstrom will cease operations Jan. 21, lay off all employees and product support, and file for Chapter 7 liquidation. The Menominee, Wash.-based helicopter maker Michigan, recently owned by China’s Chongqing General Aviation Industry Group (CGAG), made the announcement yesterday in a letter from sales and marketing …

Application is open for the 2050 New York Theater Workshop Art Fellowship. The NYTW 2050 Fellowships consist of five basic components: 1) Monthly fellowship meetings where fellows meet and members of the New York Theater Workshop community to discuss craft, aesthetics, and artistic development; 2) Access to rehearsal space and the ability to share work …

The Illinois First District Court of Appeals recently upheld a trial court’s order granting a mortgagee’s motion to confirm the judicial sale of a borrower’s property and denying the motion of the borrower to rescind and rescind the sale. In this decision, the first district considered in particular that: An evidentiary hearing may be conducted …

NMMS News: SANTA FE — New Mexico MainStreet (NMMS) and the New Mexico Department of Economic Development (NMEDD) announced Friday that $2.5 million has been awarded for revitalization projects in 13 NMMS districts. The NMMS Public Infrastructure Capital Expenditure Program provides funds for upgrades in a targeted public investment area. Projects must be an economic …

It was the most fun Buffalo Bills fans had ever had — certainly for Bills fans my age in their 20s or 30s, who missed the Super Bowl teams of the early ’90s. The Bills completely destroyed the New England Patriots at Highmark Stadium, by a score of 47-17. The score wasn’t even that close. …

Associate Professor of Theater at Western Michigan University Dwandra Nickole Lampkinis the author and actor behind “The Condemnation of Lady Lorraine”, a free playpresented Friday and Saturday at the Kalamazoo College Playhouse Festival. On Wednesday, two distinguished guests visited the senior seminar led by Kalamazoo College theater arts professor Lanny Potts. It’s not uncommon for …

The Alberta Court of Appeal overturned a decision of the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, holding that an administrative penalty from the Alberta Securities Commission (the “ASC”) does not not survive bankruptcy. We discussed the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench decision in a previous legal update foundhere. Fund The ASC imposed administrative penalties against Hennig …

Leading theater company Tamasha, famous for telling stories of the world’s majority, and acclaimed audio drama production company Holy Mountain today announce THE WAVES – a series of five explosive 25-minute audio dramas. Airing from January 19, THE WAVES explores our era of “culture war” through the prism of the legacy of the British Empire. …

Puerto Rico bankruptcy judge Laura Taylor Swain has dismissed legal challenges to the proposed adjustment plan and suggested she would approve it mid to late this month. Swain set out his positions Monday night in an order filed with the United States District Court for Puerto Rico. In his filing, Swain said the court was …