Good day A-J readers!
We had a mixture of fascinating enterprise information break this week.
First, we realized a few lawsuit involving Rodeo 4, previously often called Charley B’s, and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). In accordance with the lawsuit, ASCAP is suing Rodeo 4 for copyright infringement, as Lubbock’s largest nightclub didn’t have permission or license to play ASCAP members’ music.
“Our aim, as a company, is to make sure that our members … are correctly compensated and pretty paid when their music is carried out in public by a enterprise,” stated Jackson Wagener, with ASCAP’s authorized crew. “For members who aren’t actively touring, or promoting merchandise as a result of they don’t seem to be a well-known performer, they actually rely on their ASCAP royalties to pay their payments, put their youngsters by college, and deal with their each day bills.” Rodeo 4, for his or her half, hadn’t returned a request for remark by the top of the week.
Extra:Lubbock’s largest nightclub is being sued for copyright infringement: This is why
Following that, we had one other in-depth piece into an financial report completed by Lubbock Nationwide Financial institution. The report revealed how native economics stood in December and in contrast it to November 2022 and December 2021.
Extra:How did Lubbock’s economic system change in 2022, and what might impression 2023? Report provides perception
Las Palmas, a Mexican restaurant operated by the house owners of Aranda’s Taqueria, opened the doorways of the brand new restaurant on Monday, Feb. 20. The brand new house is at 2821 fiftieth St.
1000 Levels Pizza at 3711 nineteenth St. introduced that its final day could be Tuesday, Feb. 28. After that, the enterprise will shut its doorways for the final time. This won’t impression the Indiana Avenue location, as it’s below completely different possession.
Extra:1000 Levels Pizza in Lubbock to shut one location by finish of February
Shifting into subsequent week, I hope to be taught extra concerning the upcoming Dave & Busters coming this spring to west Lubbock and begin progressing on a enjoyable venture that can hopefully be prepared for our readers subsequent month.
As at all times, thanks for studying and supporting the A-J.
Alana Edgin is a journalist protecting Enterprise Information in Lubbock and the encircling space. Ship her a information tip at [email protected].