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Paula Ross Named Business Development Manager At Vector

New Business Development Manager Paula Ross' first day on the job at New Zealand's Vector Arena was a frantic one – culminating in seeing the arena in action during a sold out show by Kanye West.

Paul Simon Concerts To Reopen NYC's Beacon Theatre

Paul Simon will reopen Manhattan's historic Beacon Theatre with two concerts next month.

Mohegan Sun To Impose Pay Cuts

The Mohegan Sun casino is cutting the pay of all 9,800 employees to reduce costs in a deteriorating economy, but plans to avoid layoffs.

Momentous Portents In Nashville

Event insurance providers Momentous Insurance Brokerage have acquired the Tennessee office of insurance brokers DeWitt Stern and will henceforth operate it under the moniker of Momentous Tennessee

Saenger Theatre Gets Deal

The city is hoping to raise the curtain on the iconic Saenger Theatre, and in the process create a downtown entertainment anchor.

Crews Demolish Roof Of Old Laramie Theater

Crews have demolished the roof of the decrepit Fox Theater in downtown Laramie.

Hard Rock Park Plans Nixed

A federal bankruptcy judge says the owners of Hard Rock Park can liquidate their assets in the Myrtle Beach venture so creditors can be paid.

Mahalia Jackson Theater Reopens

More than three years after Hurricane Katrina shuttered many venues in New Orleans. Mahalia Jackson Theater reopened its doors this January 2009 to a “triumphant return” according to their website.

Outback Tapped To Book Koka Booth Amphitheatre

The town of Cary and venue managers SMG announced that they have selected Nahsville-based Outback Concerts as the "preferrred promoter" for the venue over Live Nation, who has been booking the shed for the past two years.

Economic Downturn Affecting NH Theaters

Officials at some of New Hampshire's theaters and performing arts centers say they are being more conservative as they line up shows for the next year.

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