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UTA Set to Establish Base of Operations in Atlanta

United Talent Agency and its partner company Klutch Sports Group have announced plans to establish a new base of operations in Atlanta.

The move makes UTA the first major talent agency to establish a significant on-the-ground presence in the city, and the new office will add to UTA’s network in Beverly Hills, Nashville, New York and London.

“Atlanta is an epicenter of sports, music, art, business and culture,” UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer said, announcing the move. “So much of what we watch, listen to, and cheer for comes from this critical region of our country.”

“There is a huge and

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Columbia Council election forum on the arts set for Thursday


Paul Lindley and his son, Ezra Lindley, 5, look at the mural that artist Ija Charles is painting at 1401 Main Street 4/6/21

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Arts and culture are part of the lifeblood of a thriving city.

On Thursday, candidates for Columbia City Council will have a chance to share their thoughts on the matter.

One Columbia for Arts and Culture, the city-backed nonprofit that advocates for the arts in the capital city, is partnering with The State and the Koger Center for a city council candidate forum at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Koger Center on Assembly Street.

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Italian Arts and Music Events Streamer ITsART Set to Roll Out in Europe, U.S. (EXCLUSIVE)

ITsArt, a new streaming platform dubbed the ‘Netflix of Italian Culture,’ is set to roll out across Europe in October and in the U.S. next year.

Commissioned by Italy’s culture ministry, the ad-supported and transactional-VoD service providing access to Italian culture was conceived during the pandemic when Italy’s cultural institutions suffered from a drop in physical visitors and tried to react with various disparate forms of digital distribution. The service offers content ranging from virtual monuments and museum tours to live opera, pop music, dance, theater as well as movies.

Unlike Netflix, it’s free to register to ITsArt.

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ARTS AND CULTURE: Second Saturday Market set for today at Heritage Station – The Tribune

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Kick the weekend off right with a little shopping, music and good food at Heritage Station at the Second Saturday Market.
The event is set for Heritage Station, located at 210 11th St., for the Second Saturday Market and will run from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Market vendors will set up on the brick patio in front of the Visitors Center. This month’s market includes the eclectic folk trio Cypress Band performing from noon – 2 p.m.. Miss Olivia, with the Cabell County Public Library, will host a children’s craft from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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