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Business competition’s final round streams on social media live from Lakeport

Business competition’s final round streams on social media live from Lakeport




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LAKEPORT— Nick and Mayra Lam from Lam Printing in Clearlake took the $15,000 first prize at the “Hands Up Lake County” Business Plan competition which took place Sunday at the Soper Reese Theatre and which was livestreamed on social media. The prize was presented by Alan Flora, City Manager of Clearlake and Maryann Schmid, Founder and Vice-Chair of 1Team 1Dream which created the competition. Second prize of $5,000 went to Lisa Wilson of Clear Lake Boat Rental, third prize of $3,000 went to David Brown of Susie Q. Donuts and espresso. The 4th place prize sponsored by the city of Lakeport was $1,500 and was awarded to Stacie Judson of Wild Bee Creations and in

Composer Tamara Cashour To Be Interviewed Live By Juhl Media On YouTube

Composer Tamara Cashour will be interviewed live on YouTube, Wednesday, January 20 @ 4PM EST by filmmaker Ching Juhl of Juhl Media.

The program will include the World Premiere of the video for Ms. Cashour’s Forbearance for SATB chorus, human birdcallers and electronics, performed by C4: The Choral Composer Conductor Collective. The composer worked with C4 in the performance of the music and the creation of the video. The text for the piece is Ralph Waldo Emerson’s poem Forbearance, which is about nature and the often-selfish human need to make it ours. It is also about a desire to be more self-aware. Ms. Cashour and Ms. Juhl will also talk about the composer’s other works and the current state of classical music. They will be joined by C4’s Brian Mountford to talk about the video’s creative process.

The composer writes, “Forbearance is a socially conscious composition written along the lines

After 2020 Decimated Live Fighting Game Events Great Online Play Is No Longer Optional

Illustration for article titled After 2020 Decimated Live Fighting Game Events Great Online Play Is No Longer Optional

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Year In ReviewYear In ReviewWe look back at the highs, lows, surprises, and standouts in and around video games this year.

2020 sucked. You know it, I know it. It was amid this chaotic year that the fighting game community found itself pushed out of the arcades, hotels, and convention centers to which competitors had grown accustomed and into the unpredictable world of online play. Early on, organizers were unsure if the community could survive, but now, it’s clear that its competitive spirit lives on. It’s just a matter of whether fighting-game developers can get their own acts together.

In the months preceding the covid-19 outbreak, the fighting game community pretty much functioned as normal. Regional tournaments provided exciting moments on a regular basis, the Tekken 7 world finals concluded with a new villain, and the prestigious Evolution Championship Series announced its 2020 lineup