Programming

Fall Brings New Programming at CNY Arts Center | Arts and entertainment

FULTON – With fall lineup of new classes and a return to live theater, the CNY Arts Center, located at 121 Cayuga Street in downtown Fulton, is gearing up for a season of fun. Youth education leads the way in the fields of art, music, dance, cooking, drawing and comics …

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Report: Rudy Giuliani Has Been Banned From Fox Programming

Rudy Giuliani is not a very popular man these days. He spent much of 2020 humbling himself. From an embarrassing appearance in Borat’s new movie to a press conference outside a porn store to dry hair dripping down his face, he just wants his year. [Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via …

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October 2021 highlights: Halloween lineup preview on the red carpet for a new show

This October is packed with new premieres, not to mention plenty of spooky Halloween shows. On the red carpet, you will soon be able to see the best new shows and movies on your screen for the first time. ABC’s new drama “Queens” follows four women in their 40s who …

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Rock Springs 4-H Camp Updates Grounds and Adds Programming | New

Rock Springs 4-H Camp has made changes and added services this year that camp general manager Jim Wheaton says will improve the camper experience. Several buildings have been updated in Rock Springs, the camp has added “new programming elements” and there have been updates on how the camp provides advice …

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‘Unfinished Live’ hosts exclusive Clubhouse programming

The upcoming “Unfinished Live” event will be broadcast live on Clubhouse from New York City with a range of thought leaders in tech and culture. Clubhouse has announced a partnership with Unfinished Live, a two-day event with live conversations with leaders in tech and culture coming September 23-24 at The …

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WSU Tri-Cities partners with Port of Benton to deliver wine and cooking education – WSU Insider

Washington State University Tri-Cities is partnering with the Port of Benton to offer wine and cuisine training at the recently reopened Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center in Prosser, Wash. The Clore Center was established in 2014 with a $ 2 million grant from the Federal Economic Development Administration. It …

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YouTube TV expands its programming in Spanish

YouTube TV now includes new Latin channels and additional options to expand its Spanish content live and on demand. YouTube is adding three new Spanish-language networks to the YouTube TV experience – Univision, UniMás and Galavisión – all of which will be added to the service at no additional cost …

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ABB, Delfoi, DiFACTO, FANUC, Hypertherm, LEONI, other major suppliers – Stillwater Current

The report on the Robot programming services market analyzes and data estimates relating to the Robot Programming Services industry worldwide. It further covers the impact of drivers and limitations on the demand for robot programming services over the forecast horizon. The report includes a study of opportunities in the robot …

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Nitehawk Cinema Expands Programming Team, Unveils Film Series

Nitehawk Cinema Expands Its Programming Team. The chain, which has branches in Williamsburg and Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY, hired Cristina Cacioppo and Desmond Thorne to augment its programming staff. They will both report to John Woods, Nitehawk’s director of programming and acquisitions. Cacioppo recently programmed for the Alamo Drafthouse …

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Re-launch in-person operations for student organizations – The GW Hatchet

Media credit: Danielle Towers | Photo editor assistant The Hindu Students’ Association will host its first welcome event on Sunday, themed “A Night in Bombay”, at the University Student Center. Meetings and in-person events are picking up pace for student organizations across campus after the COVID-19 pandemic uprooted community building …

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