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Need to Know: 5G and Pro Audio

CLIVE YOUNG Editor’s Note: Welcome to Need to Know, a monthly feature where we explain complex topics and demonstrate how they apply to each industry we serve. Need to Know stories appear on our websites and in our magazines. Keep coming back for future topics, to include cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. When the FCC closed…
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Basic Troubleshooting Strategies Basic Electricity

Since its founding in 2003, AAC has grown into one of the largest online electrical engineering communities. We are a positive, open community of engineers that enjoy sharing knowledge and ideas. Our community takes pride in educating electrical engineers as they grow their experience and knowledge. This site All About Circuits is resource for all…
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Philadelphia’s Mann Center Names Joan Roebuck-Carter as SVP of Institutional Advancement

 By: Sarah Pittman Philadelphia’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts has been going through some major changes, including more than $11 million in renovations – marking the first major renovations since the venue opened in 1976. And now the facility has named Joan Roebuck-Carter as senior vice president of institutional advancement as executive vice president…
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History of Bojangles’ Coliseum and Ovens Auditorium

Over the past 60 years, some of the greatest musicians, performers and athletes have graced the stages at the auditorium-coliseum complex on Independence Boulevard, known today as Ovens Auditorium and Bojangles’ Coliseum. From concerts and sporting events to graduations and ice skating with family and friends, multiple generations of Charlotteans have walked through the doors…
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Irving Plaza To Get Multimillion-Dollar Upgrade, Close For Eight Months

By: Ryan Borba New York City’s Irving Plaza is to close this summer for eight months as part of a major multimillion-dollar makeover with numerous renovations throughout the building. Improvements at the 150-year-old Union Square building will include revamps of the lobby area and the music hall, new bars on all levels of the venue,…
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Live Tech: Master Tour Adds Features, Overcomes The Recession

By: Ryan Borba Master Tour, a leading tour management and logistics software, has gone into private beta for version 3.0, with updated features including auto-sync, visibility options and printable reports. This should come as great news for MT’s reported 150,000 users varying from Metallica to Zac Brown Band, Stormy Daniels, The Harlem Globetrotters and everything…
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Madison Square Garden Company Submits Planning Application For MSG Sphere London

By: Gideon Gottfried MSGMSG Sphere RenderingThe planning application for this futuristic project has been submitted Madison Square Garden Company (MSG) has submitted a planning application to the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) for its state-of-the-art live music and entertainment venue MSG Sphere. The company highlights the economic benefit the venue would bring to the region.…
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Union to protest Michelle Obama event at Dome amid labor dispute

BY DEBBIE COCKRELL Former first lady Michelle Obama responds to questions as she is interviewed by actress Sarah Jessica Parker during an appearance for her book, “Becoming” at Barclays Center in New York last year. A stagehand union is set to demonstrate at her Tacoma Dome event Sunday. FRANK FRANKLIN II AP An ongoing labor battle is…
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KAABOO Announces Del Mar Lineup, Talks ‘Extinguishing The Fyre’ With Cayman

By: Ryan Borba The fifth-annual KAABOO Del Mar festival has dropped its music and comedy lineups, promising to please all five senses Sept. 13-15 with headliners Kings of Leon, Dave Matthews Band, and Mumford & Sons topping the lineup. Additional musicians on the bill of the event at the Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds overlooking…
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Woodstock 2019: Flashback or Reality?

by Baker Lee Illustration by Andy Au It has been reported that Michael Lang — one of the co-founders of the original Woodstock Festival — is planning to bring back the iconic “3 Days of Peace & Music” festival for a 50th anniversary edition. Interestingly, the plan is to have the event take place at…
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