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China Wants ‘Sissy Idols’ and ‘Effeminate Men’ Scrubbed From Entertainment Industry

The Chinese government’s crackdown on the tech and entertainment sectors has now turned to “sissy idols,” “effeminate men” and all things “overly entertaining.”

The measures were sketched out in an eight-point plan on Thursday by the National Radio and Television Administration. It called for “further regulation of arts and entertainment shows and related personnel.”

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Announcing the measures, the Communist Party of China’s propaganda department accused some in the entertainment industry of bad influence on the young and of “severely polluting the social atmosphere.”

One of the eight sections to one one “boycotting being overly entertaining” explained

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County Arts Commission Offers Grants to Assist Arts and Culture Nonprofits | Arts & Entertainment

The Santa Barbara County Arts Commission is accepting grant applications designated for arts and culture nonprofit organizations through Sept. 1, for its Arts Making Impact (AMI) grant program. The application and guidelines are available at sbac.ca.gov/county-grants.

AMI grants are intended to support artists, and arts and cultural organizations by funding projects and a variety of activities that enrich the lives of residents in Santa Barbara County.

The 2021-22 funding is designated for arts and culture nonprofit organizations with an annual operating budget under $250,000. Applicants must be based in Santa Barbara County and provide services to Santa Barbara County

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Telus Interactive Art And Entertainment Program

Rise and shine at the Hotel De Anza, considered one of San Jose’s few boutique motels that provide a stunning 1920’s artwork deco structure and stays as one of the city’s really historic resort properties. Check out the mural on the facet of the resort for your excellent selfie alternative and share with your friends on Instagram. For more public art places, view the Downtown San Jose Public Art Walk for details. [newline]The only clear assertion that can be made is that the relationship between artwork and human conduct is a really advanced one. Violent and sexually specific art and … Read More

Performing Arts Fort Worth Announces 2021-2022 Lineup for the BNSF Popular Entertainment Series

Performing Arts Fort Worth Announces 2021-2022 Lineup for the BNSF Popular Entertainment Series

Performing Arts Fort Worth announced today the 2021-2022 lineup for the BNSF Popular Entertainment Series. The lineup features several audience favorites, as well as one-of-a-kind pairings and a new touring production showcasing the impact of music on pop culture.

The 2021-2022 series kicks off with the return of BRUCE ROBISON & KELLY WILLIS’ HOLIDAY SHINDIG at McDavid Studio in December, followed by country music legends THE GATLIN BROTHERS AND CRYSTAL GAYLE appearing together for the very first time on the Bass Hall stage. Ring in the new year a little early when Robert Earl Keen returns to Bass Hall. Celebrate

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