People/Events/Accounts: News About the Hunters Grindhouse Experience, United Way Magnolia Luncheon, National Women’s History Museum, and More

INDUSTRY NEWS: The International Association of Exhibitions and Events has partnered with Fern in a specialized program for IAEE chapters that targets topics each chapter finds most relevant to its members.

CHICAGO: Corcoran Expositions has secured five new trade show management customers. They include three events under the umbrella of American Society of Microbiology, the American Geophysical Union, and the National Technical Investigators Association.

LOS ANGELES: Amazon Prime Video will host the Hunters Grindhouse Experience from February 20 to 22. The free, open-to-the-public event promotes the new Jordan Peele-produced series starring Al Pacino; it will transform areas of Highland Park, including Highland Park Bowl, into 1977 New York City complete with on-theme drinks, props, and interactive activities. 

MIAMI/SOUTH FLORIDA: United Way of Broward County’s Women United on April 30 will host its ninth annual Magnolia Luncheon at Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach. 

NEW YORK: Restaurateurs Kyle Hotchkiss Carone, David Rabin, and Jeff Kadish—the team behind Cafe Clover and Clover Grocery—have opened American Bar in the West Village.

Krause Sawyer has been renamed Sawyer & Company. The hotel interior design firm has been in business since 2010.

WASHINGTON: Historic legislation has passed in the United States House of Representatives that approves the construction of a national women’s history museum within the Smithsonian Institution on the Mall.

With contributions from Ashton Pike in Atlanta, Claire Hoffman in Los Angeles, and Rayna Katz, Beth Kormanik, and Michele Laufik in New York.

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