After 11 years working for two national accounting firms, Rick Flynn felt an “entrepreneurial itch.” He longed for closer relationships with smaller clients, and to be more a part of the surrounding community. As a result, Flynn & Company was born.
Apparently, DST was the cue a queue of festivals was waiting for, because this weekend is chock full of ’em. The bigger ones even offer a selection of beverages suitable for toasting. So go forth and celebrate!
Things are beginning to wind down as we approach the big holiday week ahead, bookended by Christmas and New Year’s. But there are still several key musical events on the horizon, and numerous ongoing cultural and theatrical opportunities to impress your out-of-town guests. Below is a digest for easy consumption…
Just when you’d think the arts season would be winding down for a summer hiatus … BAM! … an explosion of festivals. Your mission, Mr. Phelps, if you choose to accept it: Take in as much as you can with the understanding that there is a finite number of hours in a week. Here’s your dossier. We promise it won’t self-destruct.
Throw a pebble into a pond, and the ripples spread outward.
If you sing a song in the city, do the notes ripple outward as well? Does a mural ripple? A Shakespeare play? Do these ripples affect communities, and even the economies they touch?
Another huge weekend here in Our Fair City, the last leading up to the even more frenetic, but quite different holiday season. Here are a few choice selections for your attending pleasure in the coming days…