Löws Theater will begin the restoration phase in 2022

Loew’s Theater is undergoing a $ 72 million restoration plan, with one gated opening in 2024. × Loew’s Theater is undergoing a $ 72 million restoration plan, with one gated opening in 2024. At the historic Loew’s Theater in Jersey City, a private wedding on October 10 would be the …

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Astroworld Tragedy: Is Live Nation To Blame? | opinion

A tenth victim was pronounced dead during the 2021 Astroworld Festival. In what the New York Times defines as “one of the deadliest mass control disasters at a concert in the United States in many years,” Astroworld has caused great outrage. The extensive damage to attendees can be attributed in …

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Preferences for young professionals: which industries are popular?

Healthcare and education are two areas that never go out of style. The days when many children chose their parents’ career path for their first job seem to be over. For four generations, LinkedIn has looked at the most common career entry decisions by industry, reviewing more than nine million …

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MVP buys rights for 5 years – The Daily Gazette

ALBANY – The downtown Albany sports and entertainment venue now known as the Times Union Center will soon be named MVP Health Care. The facility’s owner, Albany County, announced Monday that it had voted in favor of the Schenectady-based health insurer’s naming rights proposal. The five-year contract costs MVP $ …

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Lakeside Live got off to a successful start despite the cold Saturday night | news

CITY OF PELL – Residents braved the cold this weekend to enjoy the first Lakeside Live Music Festival and Car Show on Saturday. Event organizer Casey Cambron said the event saw large crowds during the day, but the crowds thinned as the sun set and temperatures rose into the 1930s. …

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Body snapped from where it was going

When David Saunders, 98, died of COVID-19 in late August, his family donated his body to Med Ed Labs for medical and scientific research. But KING-TV in Portland, Oregon reports that Med Ed sold the body to Jeremy Ciliberto, the organizer of the Oddities and Curiosities Expo, which is touring …

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