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Enter to win two tickets to see Latin History for Morons at DPAC on July 9th at 7:30 PM

A look at how Augmented Reality can be used in the organization, and walks the reader through various guided questions based around three steps to a successful AR business case.

all photos by Annie Beedy
It's been a few years since we last heard from Eric D. Johnson's musical project Fruit Bats, but they return this Friday, June 21st with their eighth full-length, Gold Past Life. Earlier this year, KEXP Morning Show Producer Owen Murphy had a chance to chat with Johnson about the new LP. In the following chat, they discuss the forthcoming full-length, the influence of Mr. Rogers, and the impact of his dear friend Richard Swift
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Podcasts are all the rage again, both as a marketing tool and a way to consume valuable content. Here are 20 podcasts to listen to for business inspiration.

Steve Earle & The Dukes released the new album, GUY in March. The band comes to the Carolina Theatre of Durham on June 19. A return to New West Records, GUY is comprised of songs written by one of Earle's two primary songwriting mentors, the legendary Guy Clark.

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From the album Heartbreak City, out May 31, 2019 on Merge Records. smarturl.it/Apex-Heartbreak

Themes to guide your Fourth of July email marketing, highlighting some creative emails as examples and sharing some words of advice.

Enter to win two tickets to see Styx at DPAC on June 23rd at 7:30 PM

May the 4th be with this ad! This commercial from January 1997 promotes "The Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition" which is three Star Wars movies returning to ...

Join our fun celebrity team captains as we randomly-select audience members to become a member of their on-stage “family.” You can also win prizes right from your very own seat in the audience!

August Wilson famously disavowed the idea of an all-black “Death of a Salesman.” In 1996, he declared any such staging “an assault on our presence and our difficult but honorable history in America…