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A ripped piece of fabric blows in the wind.
nTelos Pavilion Roof Damaged Again

For the second time, the nTelos Pavilion in Portsmouth was damaged by severe weather. Part of the fabric roof of the nTelos Pavilion in Portsmouth was torn.


The Party Is Over At Kahunaville

One of the Wilmington Riverfront’s staple businesses has closed its doors.


Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Expansion Uncertain

Financing of a proposed expansion of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City is still up in the air.


The Hartford Civic Center
Connecticut Considers New Management For Hartford Civic Center

development officials have three proposals to consider as they choose the next operator of the Hartford Civic Center.


Jeff Healey
Jeff Healey Opens A New Roadhouse

Blues-rocker Jeff Healey is opening a new club, Jeff Healey's Roadhouse.


Uptown Theatre
Buyers Eyeing Uptown Theatre

The landmark Uptown Theatre, at Broadway and Lawrence avenues on the city's North Side, once anchored an entertainment district that thrived before World War II.


Seattle's KeyArena
ICON & HOK Chosen For New Sonics Arena

Clay Bennett's vision for a new arena in the Puget Sound region is taking shape as a venue beyond just a home for his two teams, the Seattle SuperSonics and WNBA's Storm.


The "Arena"
Orlando Arena Currently Lacks A Name

The arena formerly known as the TD Waterhouse Centre will be getting a new name in the near future, but for now, locals are content just calling the facility, “The Arena.”


Indiana Sports Complex Loses Name Sponsor

Arnett HealthSystem and Family Sports have jointly announced the decision to terminate the naming rights agreement of the Arnett Sports Center in West Lafayette, Indiana.


Robert Gladden (AP)
Hollywood's Most Powerful Fire Inspector

The most powerful man in Hollywood isn't an A-lister, but attends more movie premieres than Brad Pitt and George Clooney combined.


Lubbock Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum
City Bank Wants To Buy Coliseum Naming Rights

City Bank wants to pay for naming rights for the Lubbock Municipal Auditorium and Coliseum and it could mean big bucks for the Cotton Kings.


Bada-Bing!
Spokane Shows Its Love For Bing Crosby

He was arguably the most popular entertainer of the 20th Century, and inarguably the most famous person to ever grow up in Spokane.

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