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The Richard Lawson Studios Master Classes Continue With Artist Lily Mariye

Classes take place every Saturday morning at 10 AM PST via Zoom Webinar.

The Richard Lawson Studios Master Classes Continue With Artist Lily Mariye

The Richard Lawson Studios Self Tape Master Class Series continues in October with director/writer/actor Lily Mariye. Classes take place every Saturday morning at 10 AM PST via Zoom Webinar.

Richard Lawson Studios (RLS) was founded in Los Angeles, California in 2005 by veteran actor, Richard Lawson. RLS uses a complete approach that includes traditional scene study, exercises, audition classes, and combines them with on-camera instruction, filmmaking, and business administration to form a whole, comprehensive course of study. The approach is based upon moment-to-moment spontaneous work, inspired by imagination, passion, and purpose.

On October 3rd, Master Teacher Richard Lawson will be joined by director/writer/actor Lily Mariye. Ten actors will be given the opportunity to have their self-tape auditions be assessed and redirected by Mr. Lawson and Ms. Mariye.

Lily Mariye is a Directors Guild of America Award nominee

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Central Indiana home sales continue to climb – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) – Monthly real estate statistics showed a dramatic decrease in housing inventory throughout central Indiana last month. Despite the drop, F.C. Tucker Co. says pended home sales increased 13% in August, compared to the same month last year. The year-to-date average home price increased 9% to $246,726.

Inventory decreased an unprecedented 49% last month, with only 3,326 homes listed in August 2020. That represents 3,253 fewer homes available for sale than in August 2019.

The company says 4,334 homes were purchased in the 16-county region last month, up from 3,830 sold in August 2019. Of the counties tracked by F.C. Tucker, the average August home sale price was $259,932, an increase of 11%.

“We’ve never experienced such interesting trends in residential real estate as we have during the summer of 2020,” said Jim Litten, chief executive officer of F.C. Tucker Co. “Once again in August, the

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Warren Computer Business May Be Open, Struggles Continue

Warren, RI — Crazy Computers is open for business. That wasn’t the case for two months as they had to shut down because of the health risks posed by the coronavirus. While their “Closed” sign has gone away, the struggles have not.

The business, which has been in Warren since 1998, is a small technology shop that serves the community by repairing computers. They also solve other issues posed by a variety of digital devices and networks.

Even with support from the CARES Act, the 2-month shutdown was a tough storm for part-owner Cezary Eliminowicz to weather. With the door closed and all business put on hold, they were not bringing in any revenue.

“Everyday is touch and go,” Eliminocowicz said. “There is less walk-in traffic and no more housecalls. We have work,” he added, “not like it was before, but still enough to keep us afloat.”

As the pandemic

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Nasdaq to continue to dig out of last week’s hole


U.S. stock futures rose Wednesday, with the Nasdaq tracking for a third session of gains as tech stocks continued to dig out of last week’s hole. However, the Nasdaq, as of Tuesday’s close, remained more than 7% below its Sept. 2 record high. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500, which on Tuesday each locked in three-session winning streaks, were still 5% off their record highs on Feb. 12 and Sept. 2, respectively. (CNBC)

* Blackstone warns of a ‘lost decade’ where stock market returns are ‘anemic’ (CNBC)

On Wednesday’s economic calendar, the government said this morning that August retail sales rose 0.6%. Economists had expected an increase of 1%. July’s gain was revised lower to a 0.9% advance. (CNBC)

* Mortgage demand fell last week as interest rates stalled (CNBC)

At the conclusion of its two-day September meeting this afternoon, the Federal Reserve releases its

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TSC offering outdoor WiFi access at schools as virtual classes continue


LAFAYETTE – Thursday, Mike Pinto, principal of James Cole Elementary, tweeted a photo outside the building showing several picnic tables set up around the school grounds.

“The Cole Outdoor Internet Cafe is open for classroom business!” Pinto posted. “Rethinking our approach.”

The school’s “outdoor internet cafe” is possible thanks to a partnership between Tippecanoe School Corp. and Wintek/Tipmont, which offers outdoor TSC WiFi locations at 14 locations, including Cole Elementary, and free, public WiFi at four other TSC schools.

The outdoor WiFi access at Cole Elementary allows students inside the school building to have a “mask break” during the day, while still learning

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Technology Business Management Software market will continue

Technology Business Management Software market

Advanced report on Technology Business Management Software Market Added by Ample Market Research, offers details on current and future growth trends pertaining to the business besides information on myriad regions across the geographical landscape of the Technology Business Management Software Market. The report also expands on comprehensive details regarding the supply and demand analysis, participation by major industry players and market share growth statistics of the business sphere. Technology Business Management Software Market Report contains a forecast of 2020 and ending 2025 with a host of metrics like supply-demand ratio, Technology Business Management Software Market frequency, and dominant players of Technology Business Management Software Market, driving factors, restraints, and challenges.

The report begins with a brief introduction and market overview of the Technology Business Management Software industry followed by its market scope and size. Next, the report provides an overview of market segmentation such as

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