On August 16, Bang on a Can returns with 6 hours of nonconformist, noncommercial, boundary-smashing music. We kick off at 3pm with the singular and extraordinary Wu Man, one of the world’s foremost Pipa players and close off with György Ligeti’s diabolical etude The Devil’s Staircase, performed by piano superstar Jeremy Denk.
As we all try to prepare for whatever this "new normal" looks like, it's a good time to review your wireless system setup, frequency assignments, and check for areas to improve.
We've been helping a lot of folks update old antennas systems, replace aging coax cable, and put in small but impactful additions like bandpass filters and spectrum analyzers. With more devices competing for less spectrum, having your wireless system dialed in is more important than ever. http://freshwaterevents.com/node/132
Pretty soon, as the country begins to figure out how we “open back up” and move forward, very powerful forces will try to convince us all to get back to normal. (That never happened. What are you talking about?) Billions of dollars will be spent on advertising, messaging, and television and media content to make you feel comfortable again. It will come in the traditional forms — a billboard here, a hundred commercials there — and in new-media forms: a 2020–2021 generation of memes to remind you that what you want again is normalcy.
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The CARES Act contains several provisions applicable to nonprofit organizations, but the available relief and the process for obtaining it depend largely on an organization's tax classification under Section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code (the "Code").
Governor Whitmer today has announced new programs for workers affected by COVID-19. The governor, under the federal CARES Act, signed an agreement between Michigan and the U.S. Dept. of Labor to implement Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and Compensation programs that grant benefits to workers who do not already qualify for state unemployment benefits.
A guide of resources for artists, musicians, freelancers, and other gig workers who may be struggling or out of work due to the coronavirus crisis.
Please join us for a virtual music festival to raise funds and awareness for the Michigan Music Alliance's Michigan Artist Relief Fund! Catch live streams on the hour from your favorite artists, all weekend!
As most people are settled into self-isolation for the coming weeks, country music artists are taking their gigs to social platforms and virtual music festivals. We’ve put together a calendar of what shows to tune into in the coming weeks that will keep you connected to the music and artists you love. We’re updating this page daily so that you have the most current live performance information.