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To Comfort The Afflicted And Afflict The Comfortable

Saturday, June 15, 2024

Observercast

Observercast Episode 28: Save Our Stages

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Even with infusions of emergency government aid, many small businesses are struggling to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. Especially hard hit: Oklahoma’s shuttered live music venues – treasures like Tulsa’s Cain’s Ballroom and Oklahoma City’s Tower Theatre and The Criterion.

For this week’s Observercast – Episode 28: Save Our Stages – Tower Theatre’s Chad Whitehead discusses how the live music outage has impacted his venue in OKC’s Uptown 23rd District, and what Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s and Sen. John Cornyn’s bipartisan “Save Our Stages Act” would mean for the smaller venues and live music across the U.S.

Mark Krawczyk
Mark Krawczyk
March 9, 2023
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Brette Pruitt
Brette Pruitt
September 5, 2022
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