Related Story Holiday Film 'Rekindling Christmas' From Rio Vista Universal Sets Main Cast Almythea follows the adventures of Little Hawk, a young villager who dreams of becoming a warrior, his childhood sweetheart Broken Arrows, who is betrothed to the fabled Astra champion, the complex and bitter tyrant Terrian Diomedes, aka The Lost One, and his winged temptress overlord, the sinister and duplicitous Raven Weaver. Set against the background of a 1000 year war between spiritual, immortal warriors known as the E3 and Diomedes, Little Hawk’s fate is manipulated by a rebellious E3 shaman, Grey Paw. This parallel universe brims with mythical creatures ranging from the enchanting, pixie-like “Fleafs,” to vaporous “Evil-Whisperers” and more. … [Read more...] about Rio Vista Universal, Porchlight Entertainment Worldwide, Priscilla Presley To Develop ‘Almythea’ Film Series
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9:15 a.m. Stanford president offers details on financial losses: Stanford president Marc Tessier-Lavigne said the school projects it will lose $267 million because of the COVID-19 crisis from March 1 through Aug. 31, which marks the end the 2020 fiscal year. Tessier-Lavigne, in a letter to the university community, said he “expects our financial challenges to be as great or even greater” in the next fiscal year. He cited reduced housing revenue, limited income-producing programs and increased expenses, such as student financial aid. Tessier-Lavigne pledged to pay university employees through Aug. 31, but he also said workforce reductions will be “unavoidable” to start the new fiscal year on Sept. 1. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: San Francisco financial scenarios ‘keep getting worse every week’
While attention is often focused nationally on behemoth enterprises such as Broadway, whose 600- to 2,000-seat theaters are likely to remain shuttered for months, it is the vast national constellation of small, medium and large nonprofits that Kaiser is keying on. The NEA has access to a relatively modest $75 million fund under the Cares Act for emergency grants to nonprofits. But if museums, theaters and symphonies end up in free fall, it is basically up to them to cushion the impact. … [Read more...] about Arts groups in distress call on a former Kennedy Center president for help
The panic buying, the over-buying, the emotional buying aren’t unique to this extraordinary world-shaking event, but it’s the kind of world-shaking event that sent the world home with plenty of anxiety and few shopping options other than the online kind. … [Read more...] about Retail therapy for the pandemic: What have we bought and why?
10:33 p.m. CDC posts guidelines for reopening offices: Workstations six feet apart or separated by barriers, face covering requirements and temperature checks are among recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for reopening offices amid the coronavirus pandemic. The CDC also recommends opening windows if safe to increase airflow, prohibiting handshakes and staggering shifts and break times to avoid congregating. Employees should be encouraged to stay home if they have symptoms of the virus and commute to work by forms of transportation that minimize close contact with others, per guidance on the CDC website. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus live updates: San Franciscans mask up as 30-foot rule kicks in