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Philadelphia Inquirer
Fearless Go Flying at Red Bull Flugtag
“Flugtag” is German for “flying day,” and in the 20 years since the first one was held in Vienna, Red Bull has sponsored 80 Flugtags worldwide. Saturday’s event attracted thousands of spectators. Boats and kayaks crowded the river and crowds lined the

‘Chaplin’ star talks about learning famous walk
The Seattle Times
Charlie Chaplin grins from a giant, grainy screen in his trademark hat and oversized pants while the audience finds their seats at the new Broadwaymusical about the silent screen legend. People whisper, wondering what movie the clip came from.

Cirque biggest thing at Expo since Cher
Topeka Capital Journal
Cirque du Soleil’s“Dralion” is such a massive show, it was almost too big for Landon Arena, said Kansas Expocentre general manager H.R. Cook. “This thing barely fits in the arena,” Cook said of the production that will play seven performances Dec. 5-9.

‘Forbidden Broadway‘ creator on the art of spoofs
While Matthew Broderick clearly can take a joke, it might be best if he skips the latest edition of the theater spoof “Forbidden Broadway.” The long-running musical revue that hilariously tweaks shows and stars has kicked it up a notch after a three

Baltimore Sun (blog)
Dan Deacon’s Ottobar show a love letter to Baltimore’s music scene
Baltimore Sun (blog)
The first music act was a solo performance by Chester Endersby Gwazda, a local producer who has worked with Deacon and Future Islands and, later in the show, served as Deacon’s synth player and backup vocalist. Backed by nothing but a computer and a
First in Line for Scandalous Tickets Sept. 17 Will Get Surprise at Broadway
David Armstrong, artistic director of Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre, where the work was seen in 2011 under the title of Saving Aimee, again directs the show, making his Broadway debut. The Neil Simon Theatre is at 250 W. 52nd St., between Broadway and

Fun and Profit: Amusement Parks are Riding High
Shares of Cedar Fair (FUN) — the operator of several regional amusement parks including Cedar Point in Ohio and Knott’s Berry Farm in California — hit a seven-year high on Wednesday. This summer Six Flags (SIX) hit a new all-time high after emerging

Exhibition News
Exhibition News
Operations and marketing executives from a host of UK exhibition organisers converged on the Earls Court Conference Centre recently for the sixth annual Association of Event Organisers’ (AEO) Marketing and Ops Forum. The two co-located events on 13

The Killers & Vegas: New Year’s Eve Season Will Also Feature Red Hot Chili
Huffington Post
“The Killers kick off what is bound to be a spectacular New Year’s Eve weekend and we are thrilled that they have chosen The Cosmopolitan as their first Las Vegas show in some time,” said Lisa Marchese, the resort’s chief marketing officer. Natives of

Kanrocksas Music Festival will return in 2013
Kansas City Star
After a one-year hiatus, organizers of the Kanrocksas Music Festivalhave announced that the festival will return to Kansas Speedway in 2013. Bill Brandmeyer, who co-founded the festival in 2011, said the second Kanrocksas Festival will be June 28 and 29.

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