Daily Archive: October 14, 2021

Carson City Arts and Culture Master Plan revised in joint meeting

The revised Arts and Culture Master Plan includes a new action item for the CTA and CCCC to designate an official “arts district” or “cultural corridor” within the downtown area. Above, a mural on the Visit Carson City building by artist Abner Rivera, dedicated in July. (Photo: Faith Evans/Nevada Appeal, file)

The revised Arts and Culture Master Plan includes a new action item for the CTA and CCCC to designate an official “arts district” or “cultural corridor” within the downtown area. Above, a mural on the Visit Carson City building by artist Abner Rivera, dedicated in July. (Photo: Faith Evans/Nevada Appeal, file)

The Carson City Culture and Tourism Authority and the Cultural Commission met on Monday to discuss changes to their Arts and Culture Master Plan, last revised in 2016.
One of the largest edits is their new “Implementation Table,” which allows the CTA

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Tariff Plan For A Tablet “gadget” Lifecell

It works with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple HomeKit, so you probably can toggle the facility in your lamp, fan, or whatever you have connected to the plug from wherever you are in the world. There’s a fitness monitoring device for practically every need, so why wouldn’t there be one for hydration levels? And apart from, who does not want somewhat reminder each once in a while about taking a sip of H2O? This bottle glows when it is time to drink more water, at specific intervals.

Everyone is talking about this fancy gadget that helps you make artisan-style pizza

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Cleveland Orchestra, Arts and Culture Organizations Get More SBA Support as Ohio Funding Tops $313 Million

Ohio arts and cultural businesses have received more than $313 million through the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program

More than $100 million of those federal dollars have been granted to Northeast Ohio venues and operators, shuttered in part or completely during the pandemic.  

The Small Business Administration is now providing supplemental dollars beyond the initial grants issued earlier this year. The Cleveland Metroparks will receive an additional $3 million beyond its initial grant of $6 million. The Musical Arts Association, which operates the Cleveland Orchestra, will receive an additional $2 million, bringing its total to $8

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