The coronavirus pandemic upended the wedding industry last year, with thousands of couples across the U.S. altering their plans to the altar. Looking to the future, however, one industry insider predicts that 2021 will be a banner year for tying the knot – even though celebrations will look a little different than they used to.
World Science Festival Brisbane (WSFB) is officially returning for another year, and this time you don’t necessarily have to be in Queensland to get a slice of the action. Taking over the entire city, the annual WSFB will run from the 24th to 28th of March, featuring dozens of events
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More than 1,000 scholarship players in major college football are expected to take advantage of the NCAA’s offer of an extra year of eligibility for playing through the pandemic
Bret Bielema saw a unique opportunity to accelerate a turnaround at Illinois when he returned to college football as head coach of the Illini in December. The NCAA's decision to grant every fall sport athlete who played through the pandemic an extra season of eligibility meant Illinois could bring back
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A sense of unease hangs over the announcement that Reading and Leeds organisers plan to hold the festival in August. Roisin O’Connor explains why she thinks it’s still too soon to get our hopes up
After last year's upfront season fell apart due to Covid-19, media companies are preparing for a more normal timeframe in 2021, including the return of upfronts week in May. Every upfront presentation this year is expected to be virtual, and Adweek's calendar will keep you updated with everything you need to know about this year's
San Diego Comic-Con will remain virtual for the July event, but organizers of the massive convention are planning for a smaller-scale gathering later in 2021.
San Diego Comic-Con will remain virtual for the July event, but organizers are planning for a smaller-scale gathering later this year