Sandrell Rivers Theater holds third annual celebration of its namesake

You’re invited to a birthday party for one of South Florida’s greatest arts champions: Sandrell Rivers.

Fantasy Theatre Factory at the Sandrell Rivers Theater presents the third annual celebration of its namesake on Aug. 29 through Facebook Live.

Sandrell Rivers was arts administrator for Miami-Dade County’s Parks and Recreation Department from 1988 until the day before her death from cancer on Jan. 1, 2010. She brought figures including Hugh Masekela,

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Hotel Denim is a nod to Greensboro’s history of jean-making

ByGood Coffee in Winston-Salem and Hotel Denim in Greensboro are two Triad businesses that made the most of the pandemic.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Even in the middle of a pandemic, some Triad businesses are still finding success.

While we continue to spend more time at home and inside under the Governor’s ‘Safer at Home’ Phase 2, companies with a vision aren’t letting the pandemic stop their progress.

In Greensboro, what

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Russia approves world’s first vaccine amid skepticism, Trump weighs travel ban on Americans

U.S. cases could be on the decline, with the daily cases falling below 50,000 for the second day in a row Tuesday, just one month after surpassing the grim milestone.

areas without mask mandates continue to see steep increases in hospitalizations.” data-reactid=”17″Some reports attribute the decline to reduced testing, while others show areas without mask mandates continue to see steep increases in hospitalizations.

Cases globally have now surpassed 20

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Tourism Industry Faces $1 Trillion Loss, 100 Million Jobs At Risk From Covid-19, UN Reports


A new policy brief from the United Nations outlining Covid-19’s impact on the tourism industry projects the pandemic will cost the tourism industry approximately $1 trillion in losses and threaten more than 100 million jobs worldwide, underlining how the ongoing global crisis has devastated one of the world’s largest industries.

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