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NOTO hosts Celebration of Lights to kick off six-week event
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NOTO hosts Celebration of Lights to kick off six-week event

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The NOTO Arts & Entertainment District began the Celebrations of Winter, a six-week event, with their annual Celebration of Lights at Veterans Park Saturday evening.The Celebration of Lights included a carriage ride and the lighting of the Christmas tree. Local art performances by the Kansas Youth Choral, Seaman High School Show Choir, and Seaman Viking Steel Drum Ensemble were available for the public to see. Thomas Underwood, executive director of the NOTO Arts & Entertainment District, says that this also kicks off the holiday shopping season. “These are all small businesses and mom & pop shops run by a skeleton crew of people contributing to the economy of our area,” Underwood said. The Celebrations of Winter is a six-week celebration of the holiday...
Peloton Has Problems. Why That’s Good News for Planet Fitness Stock.
Fitness

Peloton Has Problems. Why That’s Good News for Planet Fitness Stock.

Peloton Interactive lost less money, improved its free cash flow, and delivered more than expected connected fitness subscribers in the latest quarter—and its stock was rewarded for it. The big winner, however, might be Planet Fitness Peloton (ticker: PTON) stock jumped 8.2% on Thursday despite posting a loss of $1.20 a share, narrower than its loss of $1.25 a share in the year-ago quarter though wider than the 67-cent loss analysts had expected. Sales of $616.5 million came in below forecasts for $637 million. Investors, however, focused on the fact that Peloton still plans to achieve break-even cash flow by the second half of its fiscal 2023. Source ...
Global News at 5:30 Toronto: September 20, 2022
Global News

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: September 20, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto Posted September 20, 2022 A man is charged after a woman is fatally stabbed in a Canadian Tire store in Mississauga, Ont. A visitation is held for a Toronto police officer killed in the line of duty. And, the Ontario government prepares to roll out the flu vaccine. Source link
Fall fitness stretches into September and beyond in Dallas-Fort Worth
Fitness

Fall fitness stretches into September and beyond in Dallas-Fort Worth

This month's round-up of health and fitness-focused events is far-reaching and extra-long — many of the concepts last all month long, and a few stretch into October. We're covering them all, since we'd hate for you to miss out on the many cool concepts that are happening that first weekend of fall. Caulfield's Dance Fitness Bring-a-Friend, all September long Been wanting to try this hot and heavy spot for dance cardio? For the month of September, all first-time visitors are free. Follow on Instagram @caulfieldsdancefit for class schedules. Watch & Play at The Golf Suite, all September long Celebrate college football kick-off while playing indoor golf with a September membership at The Golf Suite. They're live-streaming all the games, and if yo...
Live Nation Entertainment Inc. stock outperforms competitors despite losses on the day
Entertainment

Live Nation Entertainment Inc. stock outperforms competitors despite losses on the day

Shares of Live Nation Entertainment Inc. LYV, -2.27% shed 2.27% to $94.28 Friday, on what proved to be an all-around dismal trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500 Index SPX, -1.29% falling 1.29% to 4,228.48 and Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.86% falling 0.86% to 33,706.74. This was the stock's third consecutive day of losses. Live Nation Entertainment Inc. closed $33.47 below its 52-week high ($127.75), which the company achieved on November 5th. The stock demonstrated a mixed performance when compared to some of its competitors Friday, as eBay Inc. EBAY, -3.03% fell 3.03% to $47.07 and World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. Cl A WW...
A Broadway show will offer select ‘mask required’ performances.
Entertainment

A Broadway show will offer select ‘mask required’ performances.

Could audiences for shows, concerts and other indoor events soon have the option to attend select performances where masks are required as a COVID-19 safety protocol? That’s the question some in the entertainment world are asking in light of the announcement that producers of “The Kite Runner,” a Broadway play based on the novel of the same name, are instituting the mask requirement for all Friday-night performances, starting Aug. 19. During the rest of the week, attendees will have the choice to go mask-free. In effect, the show, which was initially mask-optional for all performances when it opened last month, is now opting for a hybrid approach. “We said, ‘Let’s give it a try,’” said producer Victoria Lang, adding that initial response from ticket ...
AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. Cl A stock rises Monday, outperforms market
Entertainment

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. Cl A stock rises Monday, outperforms market

Shares of AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. Cl A AMC, +5.56% advanced 5.56% to $15.37 Monday, on what proved to be an all-around grim trading session for the stock market, with the NASDAQ Composite Index COMP, -0.18% falling 0.18% to 12,368.98 and Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.14% falling 0.14% to 32,798.40. AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. Cl A closed $37.42 below its 52-week high ($52.79), which the company reached on September 13th. Trading volume (23.7 M) remained 17.6 million below its 50-day average volume of 41.3 M. Editor's Note: This story was auto-generated by Automated Insights, an automation technology provider, using data from Dow Jones and FactSet. See our market data term...
Dave & Buster’s Entertainment Inc. stock outperforms market on strong trading day
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Dave & Buster’s Entertainment Inc. stock outperforms market on strong trading day

Shares of Dave & Buster's Entertainment Inc. PLAY, +4.62% advanced 4.62% to $35.53 Wednesday, on what proved to be an all-around great trading session for the stock market, with the NASDAQ Composite Index COMP, +4.06% rising 4.06% to 12,032.42 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +1.37% rising 1.37% to 32,197.59. Dave & Buster's Entertainment Inc. closed $17.01 below its 52-week high ($52.54), which the company reached on March 30th. The stock demonstrated a mixed performance when compared to some of its competitors Wednesday, as McDonald's Corp. MCD, +0.70% rose 0.70% to $258.89, Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. CMG, +14.70% rose ...