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Arts, Entertainment Venues Sit Up For Reopening After Pandemic

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What is the meaning of arts and entertainment?

Alternatively, the arts is outlined as “the various branches of creative activity, such as painting, music, literature, and dance.” For entertainment, the esteemed dictionary describes it as “the action of providing or being provided with amusement or enjoyment.” If we turn to Wikipedia, we find that entertainment is

The time period entertainment art describes manufacturing paintings used in games, films Art And Entertainment, and TV reveals. It also describes art careers in Hollywood and the entertainment trade.

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I visited Downtown Disney a week before Disneyland’s reopening and It felt like the safest place I’ve been since the start of the pandemic

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Me in Downtown Disney. Brittany Chang/Insider

  • On April 22, I visited Downtown Disney in Anaheim, California, a week before Disneyland’s reopening on April 30.

  • Downtown Disney had a long list of health protocols that made it feel fortified against COVID-19.

  • The level of safety precautions has me convinced Disneyland will be able to reopen safely.

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Disneyland Anaheim, California’s doors have been closed for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while Disney World in Florida has been open since summer 2020.

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Disneyland in Anaheim, California. eff Gritchen/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images

But in March, California announced stadiums and theme parks could open by April 1.

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Downtown Disney. Brittany Chang/Insider

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Shortly after, Disneyland said it would be welcoming a limited number of California residents back on April 30.

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“This is also good news for the

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The Hair Hive Buffalo celebrates its year anniversary during the pandemic

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)-When Brianna Lannie, Danielle Jackson, and Lauren Jackson decided to open the Hair Hive beauty supply store last year, they knew it wouldn’t be easy. What they never imagined was that barely a month into opening, they’d be operating during a global pandemic.

“We couldn’t control it. It was out of our hands,” said Danielle.

What should’ve been a historic moment of celebration for the three sisters, being the first Black women in Buffalo to own a beauty supply store, quickly turned into a crash course in pandemic rules. Not missing a beat, the women pivoted to curbside service and powered through.”

“We got gloves, hand sanitizer, razors, and different personal care items and that’s how we were able to get up and running.”

While many businesses had to close their doors

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A year into pandemic, Milan fashion week stays virtual

Fashionistas will have to log on to soak up the glamour at Milan Fashion Week, which remains online a year after the coronavirus first swept into northern Italy. 



a person wearing a costume: Armani was forced to move its show at the February 2020 Milan Fashion Week behind closed doors as coronavirus took hold in nearby Codogno


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Armani was forced to move its show at the February 2020 Milan Fashion Week behind closed doors as coronavirus took hold in nearby Codogno

No sharply dressed crowds will attend the extravaganza’s opening on Wednesday: it’s virtual catwalk shows only, with the likes of Armani and Prada presenting new women’s collections for autumn and winter 2021-22.



Kim Jones posing for the camera: Celebrated British menswear designer Kim Jones is due to present his first ready-to-wear collection for Fendi


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Celebrated British menswear designer Kim Jones is due to present his first ready-to-wear collection for Fendi

The word “coronavirus” was just starting to pop up in conversations among members of the global style elite as they gathered for the February 2020 edition of Milan Fashion Week.

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Italy’s first outbreak was taking hold in Codogno, an hour’s drive

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Motivated by community, these Black-owned business have grown in the pandemic

By relying on community support and faith and fighting for representation, three Black business owners showed how to survive against the odds.

While many businesses were forced to close their doors permanently due to COVID-19, these three owners actually opened their businesses amid the pandemic — and have seen the businesses grow.

“I was set to open in March to honor my mom’s birthday but ended up delaying the opening because of the pandemic,” said Rodesia Scott of Lynn’s Beauty Depot, a beauty supply store in Desoto, Texas.

Scott said she decided to hold her grand opening during the Juneteenth weekend, a holiday celebrating the end of slavery, because the event is widely celebrated across Texas.

In the heart of a historically black neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina, sits Leah and Louise, a juke joint. The Southern-inspired restaurant opened in March, just days before North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced

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Gov. Abbott praises DeSoto beauty supply store owner for opening and helping other small businesses during pandemic

Lynn’s Beauty Depot opened during the pandemic. Gov. Abbott described the small Black-owned business as a lifeline to other entrepreneurs.

DESOTO, Texas — A new beauty supply shop in North Texas is getting recognized for its owner’s determination and decision to open during the pandemic. 

Lynn’s Beauty Depot opened at 1488 N. Hampton Road in Desoto in June 2020. It’s the first Black-owned, veteran-owned and woman-owned beauty supply store in the city. 

“We took a huge chance,” said owner Rodesia Scott.

Scott, a U.S. Navy veteran, said she took a risk opening a business during a time when coronavirus was forcing other shops to close. 

Governor Gregg Abbott and his team heard about the entrepreneur’s efforts.

“Rodesia opened a brick and mortar beauty supply store in the middle of a pandemic,” said Abbott. 

The governor highlighted Scott and other Texans during his State of the State address this week. 

“She

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