Keeping it brief: five things to know for the week of March 20-26
North students visit Disney
Students in North’s Band and Orchestra program will be visiting Disney to perform at the festival. The students will be leaving on Thursday, March 23 and will be performing songs from this year’s spring concert. The trip happens every four years and lasts for five days. For more information on this trip, click here.
Wal-Mart signs national deal
Wal-Mart signed a national deal with Oak View Group, giving the retailer a major marketing presence at 21 big league arenas across the country. The agreement is valued at eight figures each year. To read more about this, click here.
House set to vote on replacement for Affordable Care Act
This Thursday, the House of Representatives is set to vote on a replacement for the Affordable Care Act. The House’s Rules Committee will meet Monday evening to consider the procedure for Thursday’s voting session. For more information, click here.
New York Spring Spectacular Opens
‘New York Spring Spectacular’ show opens this Thursday, March 23 in Radio City Music Hall. Directed by Warren Carlyle, this show offers a combination of dancing and puppets for its audience. Click here for more information.
Power Rangers debuts in theaters
Much anticipated ‘Power Rangers’ debuts in theaters this Friday, March 24. The fictional story follows five ordinary high school students who discover hidden powers. The movie includes stars such as Becky G and Naomi Scott. To read more, click here.