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Most Wanted Wednesday: We feature three of SWFL’s most wanted suspects; Sept. 23 – Wink News09.23.20


This weekly WINK News segment features fugitives from justice right here in Southwest Florida.

This is your chance to help out the community and give the tip that gets these people off the street. These suspects need to be found and you can help. If you have seen them, reach out to Crime Stoppers or your local law enforcement. Call 1-800-780-TIPS (8477).

Here are three suspects wanted by Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers.

Kelly Lee (DOB 12/30/69) Wanted in Lee County for violation of probation for grand theft and grand theft auto.

She is accused of breaking into a mans home while he was out of town, stealing a collection of items, including a television set, laptop and various other belongings.

To add insult to injury, she also stole his Mercedes Benz, which she ditched a few days later in Charlotte County.

A search of local pawn shops turned up a good number of the items, which had all been pawned by Lee for mere pennies on the dollar.

For her role, she spent eight and a half months in the Lee County Jail and was placed on probation. Two months ago, she violated those terms and is now a wanted woman once again.

She is 57, 115 pounds with tattoos of a cross on her right arm, a flower band on her left arm, a fairy on her right food and a fish on her stomach. And upon her arrest, Lee will be held without bond.

Shawn Pearl Erving (DOB 9/11/71) Wanted in Lee County for violation of probation on theft charges (three or more).

She is a registered convicted felon with 22 bookings under her belt.

Her most recent charge stems from an incident at a North Fort Myers store when Erving attempted to steal a home security system. As she was walking out the door, never having paid for the item, loss prevention stopped her, having recognized her from previous encounters.

Erving admitted to stealing the item and fessed up that it was a dumb mistake.

Her local charges over the years have spanned from lots of thefts, drugs and resisting. Shes also been arrested in Sarasota County for theft and robbery.

Erving is supposed to be on state probation until July 2023, but with her latest issue, chances are that term will be extended even longer.

She is 53, 120 pounds and was last known to be living in North Fort Myers. She has a tattoo of the word serenity on her left wrist, and upon her arrest, she will be held without bond.

Eugene Williams (DOB 11/5/87) Wanted in Lee County for fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer (original charge).

Detectives say Williams was leaving an area known for illegal activity when officers tried to pull him over. Although he initially stopped, he took off at a very high rate of speed as soon as the officer started to approach his car.

Williams drove erratically through the area at excessive speeds, before officers called the chase off so as not to endanger anyone. However, his actions that night triggered a new warrant for his arrest.

In addition to the fleeing and eluding charge, Williams was also driving with a suspended license. To date, hes had 14 bookings at the Lee County Jail on additional charges of fraud, drugs, burglary, resisting, grand theft auto, armed robbery, the sale and delivery of cocaine and carrying a concealed weapon. He is a registered convicted felon who has also served two stints in the state Department of Corrections for a term of roughly three years for robbery and burglary.

He is 59, 185 pounds with a tattoo of the words Harlem Menace on his chest, a flaming car with the 239 area code on his left arm, the word warrior on his neck and a tear drop with a money bag on his face.

Jason Dahlquist (DOB 1/14/82) Was wanted in Lee County for violation of probation for credit card fraud and grand theft. He has now been captured after being featured on Most Wanted Wednesday.

If you have a tip on the whereabouts of any of these wanted suspects contact Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers. All callers will remain anonymous and will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $3,000.

Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers1-800-780-TIPS (8477)

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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson get tattoos together while they shop for furniture – POP TIMES UK09.23.20

You know youre officially adults when youre engaged and shopping for home decor. Ariana Grande, 24, and Pete Davidson, 24, though young, seem to be entering that phase of their lives. After paying a tribute to their childhood days with a trip to Disneyland, they are ready to start building their lives together.

Grande shared a video of the couple shopping for rugs in New York City. Grande captioned the clip of Davidson Adults. He was seen lifting his white t-shirt up, showing off his abs while sticking out his tongue. He even walked around waving rugs, replicating the movement of a closing curtain. They sure are adulting, but it seems like their youthful nature is going to stay intact.

While hunting for furniture, the duo also decided to get new tattoos together too. Grande got a new H2GKMO tattoo on her right hand. Fans think it stands for honest to god knock me out. It seems like the Grammy nominee has been contemplating whether or not to get this tattoo for quite a while now. Earlier this month, she tweeted, Isay honest to god knock me out 300 times a day.

The Saturday Night Live star got a tattoo on his right hand too. It reads Reborn. The tattoo artist Jon Mesa shared a photo of Davidsons new body art. Mesa also mentioned that the tattoo was inspired by Kid Cudi and Kanye Wests new song Reborn from their collaboration album Kids See Ghost. The song talks about overcoming personal issues and moving forward from previous mistakes. The lyrics go, Im so-Im so reborn, Im movin forward/ Keep movin forward, keep movin forward. The song probably symbolizes a new beginning for Davidson as he starts a new life with Grande. The newly engaged duo even attended the album release party earlier this month, where Grande was seen rocking her $100,00 diamond engagement ring.

On Saturday, with the help of a Spongebob Squarepants meme, Grande revealed to the world that the adorable couple are now living together. Her Instagram story contained a picture of the popular cartoon character sitting on the floor with a big smile, holding a tissue. The picture was captioned, Us in our new apartment with no furniture 1 speaker and red vines.

The adorable couple were engaged just after a couple of weeks of dating. A source said, Its a recent engagement. Theyre just two people who found love quickly and make each other happy all the time. They both started talking about it this past weekend. Its nothing theyve been hiding, a source close to the couple previously said.

The two really seem to deeply in love and arent afraid to show the rest of the world. Davidson shared a picture of the two hand in hand on Instagram. It was captioned, Uknow what youd dream it be like? its better than that. The same day, the Grande tweeted, I cant believe my life rn tbh. If Im dreaming pls knock me the f back out. Can the two can any more adorable? The two are definitely couple goals right now!

Grande even announced that she wrote a song about Davidson, it is called Pete and will be featured on her upcoming album Sweetener. She even shared a snippet of it on Twitter recently. Fans seem to be quite excited for this new track, especially because Grande is completely killing the music scene right now. She has three songs on Spotifys Todays Top Hits playlist: her collaboration with Nicki Minaj on Bed, her single No Tears Left to Cry and her collaboration with Troye Sivan on Dance to This. Sweetener is all set to be released in August 2018. She revealed on Jimmy Fallons show why she chose the title. She said: Its kind of about bringing light to a situation or to someones life, or somebody else who brings light to your life, or sweetening the situation.

Of course, theres no denying how cute the two look together, but a couple of fans are genuinely concerned that things are moving too fast and that the whole romance is going to blow up in their faces. A fan wrote, Girl, we know you love him, but are you dumb? Grande responded with a simple, Nah. Another fan replied, You really dont get a f**k, do you? And then Grande finally gave them a piece of her mind: For real. The truth is tea. I been the f**k through it and lifes too short to be cryptic and s**t about something as beautiful as this love Im in. So Pete it is. Grandes reaction makes it clear that she is extremely comfortable with where her life is going and that she does not intend to listen to the haters.

The two have not shared any plans of getting married anytime soon, but since they are already building a home together, let us hope a wedding is right around the corner too!

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The Wayward Is Opening Soon Inside the Former ThirdSpace on Grand Avenue – Phoenix New Times09.23.20

A new craft beer and wine bar called The Wayward will open this fall on Grand Avenue. It'll be located at 1028 Grand, in the building formerly occupied by ThirdSpace, therestaurant and bar that catered to local music and art and closed last year.

The Wayward is the brainchild of Tyler Goolie and Hilda Cardenas. Both spent about five years working behind the bar at Wren House, honing their skills and dreaming big.

A couple of years ago we decided we wanted to do our own thing, Goolie says. We actually looked at some other Grand Avenue spaces about a year before ThirdSpace closed.

The Wayward's building still has a beautiful red brick wall.

Hilda Cardenas

Theyre hoping to open The Wayward in late October, assuming all goes well with city inspections and permits in the coming weeks. At this point, they dont have a firm opening date.

The duo signed a five-year lease about a year ago, then got started on interior renovations. Theyve kept the red brick wall where works by local artists used to hang. They say they plan to bring more local art into the space. Theyve already installed two chandeliers by Mike Butzine, whose Snood City Neon shop is located nearby.

We wanted to create a warm atmosphere that feels like home, Cardenassays. Its a nearly 100-year-old building so we wanted to keep the character by exposing the old trusses and using some of the old wood to build the bar.

Theyre focusing on local beers and wines for the menu, which will include 16 beers on tap. Theyll also have a retail fridge. They wont be serving food. Instead, theyll let customers bring in food and arrange for food trucks to set up nearby.

The Wayward includes about 1,300 square feet of interior space, with room for about 45 customers. For now, theyll only operate at 25 percent capacity due to COVID-19.

Getting the bar ready inside The Wayward on Grand Avenue.

Hilda Cardenas

Property ownerRudy Jaime, who also operates the neighboring Electrik Needle tattoo shop, recently built a small concrete stage on the patio, though it's still a work in progress. Ultimately, theyd like to set up some picnic tables and add canopies to the small tables-and-chair sets dotting the patio. They also hope to present music, comedy, or other live performances.

For now, the patio is separated from the street by a temporary orange barrier. But Goolie says the property owner is talking about eventually adding a wall there. The patio will likely seat 60 once completed.

The patio area is still a work in progress.

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Goolie and Cardenas are working now on finalizing a logo, as well as their business hours which will probably run from 1 p.m. to midnight on weekdays, and till 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

The pair chose the name The Wayward a while back, inspired in part by the fact that they both like to do things a little differently. Its an added bonus, they say, that they landed on a diagonal street in a town thats primarily a grid.

We dont do things the normal way, says Cardenas. Our personalities are kind of out there. They hope to prove that soon.

Lynn Trimble is an award-winning freelance writer and photographer specializing in arts and culture, including visual and performing arts

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U.S. TV shows try a new election playbook: making voting part of the story – Reuters09.23.20

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - From black-ish to a West Wing reunion, television shows are using the power of entertainment in new ways to encourage more Americans to participate in the Nov. 3 election.

Thirty years after Rock the Vote, a liberal nonprofit group, fused pop culture and politics, TV makers are seeking to make dry topics like registering to vote, filling out the census and finding polling places feel vital and fun by writing them into the plots of popular shows.

In Black Ink Crew, a reality show about a tattoo parlor in Harlem, the Black owner registers to vote for the first time and designs a tattoo to mark the occasion. The Cuban-American family comedy One Day at a Time ran an episode about a census worker who comes to their home.

Were seeing a reshaping of how Americans are encouraged to think about civics, not only through a 30-second PSA (public service announcement) but also through integrations into storylines on some of our major shows, said Steven Levine, director of the Civic Alliance.

The Civic Alliance, launched in January, is supported by more than 180 companies including ViacomCBS Inc, Spotify, Univision and Hollywoods Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

Earlier this year, ViacomCBS rolled out a Civic Storylines Toolkit and organized workshops that have been attended by more than 200 writers across comedy, drama and reality shows.

The toolkit provides a road map on how to infuse storylines around voting and voting culture directly into our content, instead of the more traditional approach of PSAs, said Brianna Cayo Cotter, senior vice president of social impact at the ViacomCBS entertainment and youth group.

Television can really shape the way people think and feel around major issues. But that philosophy had never been applied to civic engagement, Cayo Cotter said.

Many of the shows are aimed at millennials and Gen Z, who together outnumber baby boomers for the first time in the U.S. electorate, according to a 2019 report by the Pew Research Center.

An upcoming episode of comedy black-ish will focus on first-time voter Junior, who discovers he has been dropped from voter lists and wants to find out why.

The main cast of White House drama The West Wing, which finished its run in 2006, is reuniting for a special episode aimed at promoting voting in November.

Actor Kal Penn, from stoner movie franchise Harold and Kumar, is launching comedy show Kal Penn Approves This Message on the youth-oriented Freeform channel that will tackle topics like healthcare and climate change as well as information about how and where to vote.

Its very important for the show to be funny and non-partisan, said Penn. Younger people tend to not be affiliated with a political party the way older audiences are. They tend to care more about issues, he said.

The initiatives are already yielding results. Appeals by Trevor Noah on The Daily Show have resulted in more than 100,000 people signing up to be poll workers through dedicated links on the shows website, ViacomCBS said.

Reporting by Jill Serjeant

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Giving life to the creativity, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi creates extraordinary tattoos Now launching the 45th studio in Nisantasi, Turkey – Press…09.23.20

Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi is an award-winning tattooing studio that specializes in creating hyper-realistic, creative, lively and artistic tattoos for the customers. With over 45 studios worldwide including Turkey, Germany, Finland, Norway and Ukraine, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi is the largest Tattooing business. Having been visited by celebrities on a daily basis, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi is among the best tattooing studios all over the world.

Istanbul, Turkey - A tattoo reflects the persons thoughts and creative mindset, it is a depiction of the things the person is fond of, the ideas that they believe or something that they hold dear to themselves; piercing and tattoos represent the person. In order to make that representation possible in the best way one can imagine, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi offers services regarding tattoos and piercing. Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi brings the ideas to life and creativity to possibilities. Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi is the best tattoo studio, having won 72 awards and a worldwide presence with 45 studios. The latest studio having been opened in Nisantasi was a highly anticipated event and gained a lot of success after many visits from huge celebrities and people from all over Europe.

With the inception in 2014, having its first studio launched in Alanya, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi experienced a quick growth. Initially expanding to other cities and locations of Turkey, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi soon went international when the studio launch boosted in other countries of Europe as well. The international presence in countries such as Finland, Ukraine, Norway, Germany and Turkey makes Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi the most renowned tattooing studio and the best one at that.

Founded by Halil Ibrahim Karadere, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi gets a lot of celebrity visits each day. Many celebrities visit the studios, located at multiple locations all across Europe and experience the true art. Over the course of time, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi has become the best tattoo studio in the world, beloved and trusted by various renowned celebrities, who admire the artwork done by the professional tattoo and piercing artists.

The tattoo artists at Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi are experienced, with unmatched caliber. The artists possess a highly creative mind with a great eye towards perfection and producing top-notch tattoos and designs. The artists take pride in what they make, since the work they do, that is the tattoos and piercing is appreciable. The tattoo artists at Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi have been working for a long time in this industry and know what each customer demands, they understand each customers needs and deal with them accordingly. The artists embody the spirit and artistry of the tattoo industry.

Providing premium quality artwork for the body, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi strives to keep providing the best quality tattoo and piercing services, since the day Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi started. The quality is maintained with each project done and each customer leaving the studio feeling more than satisfied. It is this constant struggle to always exceed the expectations of the customers that keeps this level of quality maintained. The premium look is reflected in each tattoo made.

It surely takes a lot of hard work and constant hunger for success to achieve a single award, but Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi has won 72 awards. Going beyond all the horizons, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi has achieved more than any other tattoo studio has ever done. Receiving such a large number of awards on multiple occasions is proof enough of the quality services provided at Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi. All these awards have been won by Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi because of the true artwork translated into the tattoos for the customers, and by providing a premium looking tattoo that captures the heart of the tattoo wearer. The tattoos are designed exactly how the customers want them to be, thus maintaining the factor of trust, quality, dedication and loyalty to the craft.

Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi strives to bring whatever the customers want to life, in the form of art. Be it portraits, realistic art or anything else, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi experience is unmatchable, the artists are dedicated towards what they do and will always go an extra mile to satisfy the customers. The artists take their time to create an art that will remain with the customers for years to come, and will keep them amazed by the quality of work provided.

The design philosophy at Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi is simple, yet effective. The customers bring their ideas of what they want and how exactly they want. This process is the most important one, as it involves understanding the customers needs and demands. At this point, even if the customer does not have an idea of what they want, the artists will guide them through and help them make a decision.

Designing the mockup in the second step involves transforming the idea into something that the customer can look at. The expert designers will perform a sketch of the idea by the customer in the previous step and create a concept. Then, some modifications are made, these modifications are guided by the customer. Whatever the customer wants, Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi will give. Finally, after finalizing the latest design, the tattoo is brought to life and the customer is presented with the final application of the design, that will stay with them.

Having expertise in various categories of tattoo design, the tattoo artists are true craftsmen, who have honed their skills over the course of time. The categories include but are not limited to Traditional, Realism, Watercolor, Tribal, New School, Japanese, Blackwork, Illustrative and Chicano. The tattoo artists are more than skilled to create whatever it is that the customers demand. That is what makes Cleopatra Ink Nisantasi one of a kind, and gives the ultimate experience of true craftsmanship, loyalty, quality, dedication and creativity.

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Revitalizing downtown: New antique store thrives in Evart – The Pioneer09.23.20

Rusty Gold Antiques opened July 2 in downtown Evart. Owner Joe Bixman said business is thriving despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The store offers an eclectic mix of furniture, dishes, knick-knacks and other sundry items. (Pioneer photo/Cathie Crew)

Rusty Gold Antiques opened July 2 in downtown Evart. Owner Joe Bixman said business is thriving despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The store offers an eclectic mix of furniture, dishes, knick-knacks and other

Rusty Gold Antiques opened July 2 in downtown Evart. Owner Joe Bixman said business is thriving despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The store offers an eclectic mix of furniture, dishes, knick-knacks and other sundry items. (Pioneer photo/Cathie Crew)

Rusty Gold Antiques opened July 2 in downtown Evart. Owner Joe Bixman said business is thriving despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The store offers an eclectic mix of furniture, dishes, knick-knacks and other

Revitalizing downtown: New antique store thrives in Evart

EVART Locals, visitors and antique enthusiasts have a new place to shop in downtown Evart.

Rusty Gold Antiques opened its doors on July 2, right in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, owner Joe Bixman said. It was scary. We started during the pandemic and have done way beyond our expectations. Its a thriving business. We have only had one slow day out of 2 1/2 months of being opened.

Named "Rusty Gold Antiques" because of his love of rust, Bixman has an eclectic array of old farm tools, toys, dishes, furniture and other sundry items.

He said he chose to open his store in Evart because it was where he found a property for the right price.

We had looked at a couple of elementary schools, one in Edmore and one in Blanchard, with the idea of having an antique mall with a hairstylist, a tattoo parlor, a bookstore, a thrift store and a flower shop, along with the antique store and a wedding venue, he said. We were negotiating with two different schools, but the owners sold out to someone else. Then we came here. The owner showed us this property, and we called the realtor and made an offer.

Working with the city was a lot smoother than I ever imagined, he added. When we asked what we needed to do to open a business, they basically said all we would have to do is turn the utilities on and we were ready to go.

Eric Kehoe, director of the Evart Downtown Development Authority, said the city works to make it easy for someone to start a business in Evart.

Joe did it on his own, but we try to make it easy for businesses to open up, he said. The DDA is here to help businesses get started, and if you need help finding a location on Main Street, we are here to help with that also."

This town has reached out and grabbed me like you wouldnt believe, Bixman added. I have a lot of repeat customers because they know how things change. They are coming in on a weekly or bi-weekly basis because that is the antique business stuff moves fast.

Business has been so good, in fact, they are already planning to expand.

Oct. 1, I will be opening up the second section of the store, Bixman said. I have vendors that already have about 2/3 of the space reserved before it has even opened. The rest of the space will be used for my items.

Bixman said he has always bought, sold and traded, and that is how the idea of the antique store came about.

I was buying faster than I could sell, he said. I filled up two pole barns, my girlfriends house and my trailer. It was time to buy a store.

In addition, he said, he has been collecting carnival glass for about 15 years. Carnival glass is glass that has a rainbow effect when held to the light.

I have over 700 pieces, Bixman said. I have so much of it in boxes in my garage, I cant display it all. I will eventually get it all out of my house and bring it up here and sell it.

Bixman said he gets his items from yard sales, estate sales, auctions and Facebook sites.

You name it, I do it, he said. Ive traveled to Ohio, to the Upper Peninsula and to the bottom of the state. Ive been to North Carolina. Whenever I am on vacation, I look for stuff, and I try to hit yard sales whenever I can."

We have cast iron, pottery, porcelain, farm ware, furniture, handmade jewelry, wood carvings and many other items for sale, he added.

Along with his own items in the store, Bixman takes items on consignment and rents space in the store to other vendors. In addition, he encourages artists to bring their work to the store to sell.

About two-thirds of the store is his own items, the rest is consignment and vendors, Bixman said.

The consignment items people bring in, I look over to see if it falls into the category of what I want in the store, and most of the time it does, Bixman said. The owner pays a 30% consignment fee when the item sells.

The vendors rent a space in the store and pay a commission on the sale of items, and also volunteer to work at the store two days a week.

I ask them to work two days in the store, that way I dont have to hire someone else, Bixman said. That helps to keep my prices down.

I am not a high-priced store, and I dont want to be, he continued. My prices are probably 20% lower than other antiques stores. You dont make money, if you dont move things.

Bixman added that with antique stores, people arent really coming in to buy big items like furniture unless they see something that impresses them, but are more willing to spend $30 or $40 for an item if they like it.

If you have an antique store, you have to smalls because smalls is what makes your business, he said. If you dont have smaller items, youre not going to make it. Im not after the big sale, and if people dont like my price, I am willing to barter.

Bixman said, along with the renovations of the inside of the store, he plans to update the outside of the building with new roofing and updating to the facade over the next three years.

Kehoe said the DDA offers building improvement grants for interior or exterior renovations.

"It is a one-to-one matching grant that can assist up to 50% of the cost for paint, signage, awnings, masonry whatever needs done," he said.

Rusty Gold Antiques is the only antique store in Evart, but Bixman said he would welcome another antique store to the area.

If another antique store wants to open up here, I would promote it because it will help my business too, he said. If customers are going to one store, they are going to come to mine also, and vice-versa.

He added, all the local businesses help each other. He can direct customers to a local place to eat, or whatever they need, and if they are at a business and they see there is an antique store nearby, they will come visit.

Rusty Gold Antiques

201 N. Main St. in Evart

Hours of operation:

10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, Friday, Saturday

10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday

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Hilary Duff’s Husband Is Showing His Commitment to Her With a Rather Cheeky New Tattoo – POPSUGAR09.23.20

You know what they say: nothing says "I love you" like getting your partner's name tattooed on your butt. Just ask Hilary Duff's husband, Matthew Koma, who just revealed that he recently got a tattoo of his wife's first name in a pretty, uh, intimate area of his body. In a hilarious (and NSFW) Instagram photo shared on Sept. 21, the musician showed off his new ink, which is Duff's name written in cursive on his derrire.

"Good luck winning a fight with your wife when her name's tattooed on your butt cheek," Koma captioned a photo of his backside. He, of course, made the picture slightly more Instagram-friendly by adding some peach emoji. And in case you were wondering if the woman in question approves the message, she's definitely appreciative of the honor. "Finest tiniest booty around #youstucknowboy," Duff commented under the photo.

Duff and Koma have been married since December 2019. The couple tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Los Angeles seven months after announcing their engagement and just over a year after welcoming their daughter, Banks Violet Bair. Take a look at Koma's "cheeky" new tattoo above.

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Global Tattoo Studio Software Market 2020 Analysis, Types, Applications, Forecast and COVID-19 Impact Analysis 2026 – Unica News09.23.20

Global Tattoo Studio Software Market Size, Status and Forecast 2020-2026 published in Magnifier Research is a comprehensive analysis of a variety of factors that are prevalent in the market. The report covers all the aspects of the market with the global Tattoo Studio Software market size and share. The report demonstrates the existing and future visions of the global market. The report provides an industry overview of the global market, featuring detailed specifications about the industry size with respect to sales, revenue, value, and volume. The report comprises segmentation by types and applications and the forecasting about the market status in the coming future from 2020 to 2026.

Report Description:

The current market share occupied by the global Tattoo Studio Software market from the year 2020 to the year 2026 has been presented. The market overview section comprises details of the market such as the manufacturing technology used, basic applications as well as the market definition. The report allows the reader to dive into the competitive dashboard, all the latest industry trends along with the primary regions wherein the market is expected to have a strong growth rate during the forecast period. The report presents the potential industry supply, market demand, market value, market competition, key market players, and the industry estimate from 2020-2026. The global Tattoo Studio Software market is divided into several smaller market segments to ensure an easier collection of data. The companies that occupy the largest market share in the different regions enlisted in the report have been analyzed to identify different developments that have enabled them to gain a competitive edge over other companies.


NOTE: Our analysts monitoring the situation across the globe explains that the market will generate remunerative prospects for producers post COVID-19 crisis. The report aims to provide an additional illustration of the latest scenario, economic slowdown, and COVID-19 impact on the overall industry.

Major market players present in the market and profiled in the report are: BookedIN, Kitomba, Baxus, GoReminders, Offshoot, Punchey, Tacrem, Milano Software, Ennoview, REV23 Development, Simple Inked, Inksane, NoShow, ITattoo, Inkbook Software,

On-premise type of market is projected to be the leading deployment segment of the overall market during the forecast period covering:

Tattoo Studio Software is projected to lead the industry for utilizing applications during the forecast period covering: Tattoo Shops, Barber Shops, Beauty Salons, Other

Geographically, this market report studies the following key geographical regions: North America (United States, Canada, Mexico), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Rest of Europe), Central & South America (Brazil, Rest of South America), Middle East & Africa (GCC Countries, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa, Rest of Middle East & Africa)


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Global Tattoo Studio Software Market 2020 Analysis, Types, Applications, Forecast and COVID-19 Impact Analysis 2026 - Unica News

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‘Birds of Prey’: New TV spot reveals that the Black Mask is hunting the heroes so he can recover a diamond – News Lagoon09.23.20

A worrying surge in COVID-19 cases in the U.K. has threatened to unravel much of the progress made across the film and TV industry in recent months, but Prime Minister Boris Johnsons latest round of restrictions wont impact the production and exhibitor sectors in any major way just yet.

With coronavirus cases projected to reach 49,000 a day by mid-October unless action is taken, the government on Tuesday enforced a 10pm curfew for bars, restaurants and pubs in England and a renewed work from home directive for office workers measures that will be in place for six months. Meanwhile, COVID-safe protocols are now legally binding in the workplace, with negligence punishable by fines up to 10,000 ($12,700) or closure. Under the new rules, cinema screenings and theater performances can run past the 10pm deadline, although films and shows cant be scheduled, nor alcohol served, after that time.

For many in the industry whove been on tenterhooks in anticipation of stricter measures, theres palpable relief that the rules arent shutting business down in fact, far from it, for now but concerns remain among some exhibitors that the confused messaging will impact the publics willingness to get back to cinemas, while unions worry that a soon-terminated furlough scheme will be catastrophic for workers.

Tim Richards, CEO of European cinema giant Vue, tells Variety that the new rules will have minimal repercussions for multiplexes, which will only lose a few late shows during the week. The bigger concern is the impact it has on our customers in general, in terms of leaving their homes, warned the executive.

There has to be some level of impact when theyre constantly being told, Theres a problem, theres a problem, said Richards, whose chain is generating around 30-50% of its three-year run rate with few new films in the pipeline for fall. Were basically operating at a small loss but breaking even. Thats with studio support in releasing library films, which have been well-received. But we need to get back into business [with new films].

Theres concern, however, that studios could see the worsening COVID-19 figures in the U.K. and other European countries such as Spain, consider the dismal situation for movie theaters in U.S. cities such as New York, and delay major fall releases like Black Widow, set to debut Oct. 28 in the U.K., and James Bond film No Time to Die, slated for Nov. 12.

On the production side, the U.K.s latest rules mercifully have no major impact on filming, which can continue as long as workplaces adhere to COVID-secure guidelines, which are now legally enforceable. Its business as usual for film and high-end TV production in all four U.K. nations who are operating within appropriate industry guidelines in COVID-secure settings, said Adrian Wootton, CEO of the British Film Commission and Film London.

Wootton, who helped compile the production guidelines in the spring as part of the BFI Screen Sector Taskforce, said the measures were designed to be rigorous, with thorough, comprehensive recommendations around social distancing and personal hygiene.

We know U.K. productions have been following [the guidelines] when restarting production. Studios and streamers also have their own extremely rigorous protocols, which sit alongside BFC guidance, as well as production-specific risk assessments, said Wootton.

U.K. productions havent been free of COVID-19 shutdowns, but have managed to resume smoothly under the guidelines. The Batman grabbed international headlines when filming was halted Sept. 3 after star Robert Pattinson was stricken with COVID-19, but production restarted after just two weeks. Similarly, ITVs Coronation Street also briefly paused after a positive COVID-19 test, and Skys Brassic is the latest to halt filming. But for shows and films of a certain scale that can withstand the financial hit, getting cameras rolling again is, crucially, achievable.

John McVay, head of producers trade body Pact, notes that theres nothing in the new regulations that will have a detrimental impact on production. For McVay, a key engineer of the U.K.s 500 million ($648.5 million) film and TV production restart program, the timing is essential, particularly as the fund will help a wider range of productions get back on track.

The program, which is designed to help U.K. productions secure insurance, will soon be opening applications. Earlier this week, Pact hosted a call with 400 production companies going over the fund criteria. My plea to everyone is to get back into production, said McVay, who notes the fines attached to enforcing COVID-secure guidelines is an escalation that wont be taken lightly across all facets of production.

McVay allows, however, that Johnsons promise of more firepower if these measures arent enough, and the country plunges into another national lockdown, will be complete disaster for the whole economy.

For the beleaguered theater and live events sector, although the new rules exempt shows from finishing at 10pm on the dot a challenging scenario for most live performances the prospect of six more months of socially distanced performances means theaters may not be able to reopen fully until well into 2021.

Philippa Childs, head of entertainment union Bectu, said the six-month period could be the final nail in the coffin for many institutions unless the government takes further properly targeted action.

Childs highlights that without an extension to the governments Job Retention Scheme, which is set to end on Oct. 31, so many workers face imminent redundancy, and even those not at immediate risk will be wondering whether it is worth staying the course.

The government has to provide further sector specific support such as subsidized tickets, extending the furlough scheme and government-backed insurance for live events and theatre performances, advised Childs. If the government does not take immediate steps in this area we may not have a functioning theater and events sector to return to when this is finally over.

Naman Ramachandran contributed to this report.

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Weathering the COVID-19 storm: The Parlour Hair & Ink owners get back on track – Tulsa World09.21.20

Sanitation is nothing new to a tattoo artist since they work with bodily fluids. Before COVID-19, tattoo parlors constantly cleaned and disinfected work areas. Now, its even more regimented.

Everyone in the shop is required to wear a mask now and we limit the number of people we come in contact with by taking appointments only. We also regularly disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as door handles and counter tops. Keeping our shop clean, safe and sanitized is nothing new, as we have always applied rigorous cross contamination disinfecting and sanitation standards for the safety of ourselves and our clients. This is required by law, Jamy Magee said.

During the closure, the Magee family stayed busy by leading a neighborhood clean-up, and Erica Magee made masks to supplement the familys income. They also cooked a lot and spent family time together.

Now that things are back to normal, for the most part, the hair and tattoo shop is back in business.

We are fortunate to have clients that want our services; however, we are still unable to run specials that we enjoy such as our $30 Thursdays due to being appointment-only. We will be doing our Stop the Hate in the 918 special on Friday October 23. There will be an outdoor screening area and all Covid precautions will be in place, Jamy Magee said.

The Magees said that if a closure happens again, business owners need to be prepared.

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