Month: January 2018

Music venues hail ‘seismic victory’ in housing noise battle

The music industry is hailing a major victory after ministers vowed to change planning rules in England to protect venues from complaints about noise. Stars including Sir Paul McCartney warned venues forced to pay for soundproofing neighbouring properties could be driven out of business. The post Music venues hail ‘seismic victory’ in housing noise battle …

Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality welcomes new Registered Dietitian – Illinois State University News (press release) (blog)

A passion for food, cooking, and wellness, combined with a love for the Midwestern way of life and Illinois State University, resulted in Desiray Yeaw ’16 M.S., R.D., L.D.N., leaving her home state of California to join the Event Management, Dining … Click Here To Read More The post Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality welcomes …

PCMA Convening Leaders Set Important Records in Nashville

Photo credit: Jacob Slaton By the time longtime PCMA CEO and President Deborah Sexton passed the leadership baton to Sherrif Karamat during the closing session on Jan. 10 in Nashville, some important milestones had been met. The attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most people gathered to form a musical instrument may have just …

‘Bloggergate’ fiasco leads Dublin hotel to ban bloggers in the most hilarious way possible

An Irish hotel has banned bloggers and other influencers after a 22-year-old YouTuber broke down in tears when she was refused free accomodation. Elle Darby, a UK-based social media influencer first emailed Charleville Lodge in Dublin to seek a tit for tat arrangement seeking a free five night accommodation in exchange for bringing attention to …