Daily Archive: June 4, 2021

Arts & Culture Newsletter: A mini ‘Trolley Dances’ returns

Good morning, and welcome to the U-T Arts & Culture Newsletter.

I’m David L. Coddon, and here’s your guide to all things essential in San Diego’s arts and culture this week.

“Mini Trolley.” That’s what Terry Wilson, artistic director of Jean Isaacs San Diego Dance Theater, calls this weekend’s downsized incarnation of the company’s longstanding and popular “Trolley Dances” series.

Normally, the site-specific “Trolley Dances” production is held over two weekends in the fall. But these are not normal times. Last September, SDDT produced a film commemorating the 22-year history of “Trolley Dances” and screened it at The LOT

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Financial Terms & Definitions Every Business Owner Should Know

It ought to only be thought of when you’ve exhausted different options, as it’s going to put a derogatory mark in your credit report which may influence your capacity to secure future funding. While the ranges and elements range by agency, the scores can present a fast overview of your organization’s fundability when lenders contemplate your utility for financing. This common accounting practice data incomes and expenses as they occur. Some accruals which are reported embrace wages and payroll taxes. A DSCR exceeding 1 means your income is larger than your debt funds. This is essential for lenders to know … Read More

Blue Cypress Makes Strategic Investment in TRG Arts To Fuel Impact and Growth in Supporting the Arts and Culture Sector | News

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — International arts management consultants TRG Arts today announced it has received a strategic investment from Blue Cypress, a family of companies that serve purpose-driven organizations, with a specific focus on professional services and disruptive technology. The investment represents Blue Cypress’s commitment to the success of TRG Arts and its mission to propel the recovery, growth and resiliency of the arts and culture sector. Blue Cypress will be a minority partner and TRG will continue to operate independently, retaining its executive team and staff.

The partnership came about from shared values

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