The Latest Star Trek Soundtrack Is Quite Possibly One Of The Best

It’s taken more than a year since the series launched but Chris Westlake’s soundtrack for Star Trek: Lower Decks is finally available. And while the powers that be at Paramount decided to make everyone wait, at least they fit music from both of the current seasons into a single album. The album went straight to the #1 spot for soundtracks on iTunes on release so that says a little something about …

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Colorado Springs Finally Has A Deal

All it took was more than a year and some of the pandemic-era labor dispute PR for the Colorado Springs Philharmonic’s executive leadership to end up pretty much right where could have landed a few short months into their dispute. If you aren’t already familiar with the details, things became ugly following the employer’s decision to cancel the union agreement. Since then, the musicians offered sizeable financial and work rules concessions, just like …

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When It Comes To Internships, Have Reasonable Expectations

For whatever reason, Internships seem to be popping up on the topic radar quite a bit this season. Last week, we examined toxic internship environments and the damage they can do to participants and earlier this week, a colleague sent me a copy of an internship that had jaw-droppingly unrealistic expectations. Nutshell: this organization has a marketing/communications internship that expects the participant to take photo and video footage of live performances …

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If You Had Campaigns Running During Facebook’s Outage, You Felt Some Pain

Thanks to everyone who participated in Monday’s poll asking about the impact Facebook’s outage was having on your digital campaign performance. The poll generated 56 responses and based on those replies, the outage caused more than an inconvenience blip. Good news is just over a third of respondents reported that they weren’t running any campaigns on the day of the outage, so they dodged a bullet. When those non-campaign responses are …

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Philadelphia Wins The Prize For The First Big Eight Orchestra To Ditch Tuxedos

Regular readers know that musician dress codes are a well-worn topic here at Adaptistration. The latest installment was from last month where I wondered when I could use more than one hand to count the number of professional ICSOM, IGSOBM, or ROPA orchestras to remove tuxedoes as their primary attire. I’m happy to say we’re one finger closer to that goal thanks to the first Big Eight orchestra to replace tuxedos …

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