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Due to inclement weather, Panorama NYC has cancelled the first day of their three-day event. Attendees at Randall’s Island were alerted about the forced cancellation via push notification before 6 pm, which read “We are evacuating due to severe weather. Please exit the way you entered. Panorama has been cancelled today and will re-open tomorrow.” Soon after, the festival posted about today’s cancellation via their Facebook page, noting that the festival would resume tomorrow as planned. Tonight’s artist lineup was set to include The Weeknd, Migos, Father John Misty, The War On Drugs, Dua Lipa, Jhene Aiko, Daniel Caesar, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Sabrina Claudio, The Black Madonna, Soulection, Yaeji, Mall Grab, Supa Bwe, Mike Servito, Turtle Bugg, and Bearcat.Weather permitting, Panorama NYC will begin in earnest tomorrow with Janet Jackson, Lil Wayne, SZA, Gucci Mane, St. Vincent, PVRIS, Japanese Breakfast, Floating Points, Sigrid, Bicep, Jay Som, Kyle Hall, Avalon Emerson, Lo Moon, DJ Python, Kalin White, and Riobamba.
5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As the child of Mexican immigrants, I grew up in a household that was unique in many ways from those of my friends and peers. One of the differences was that my parents paid bills, saved money and accessed credit outside the traditional financial system. Hindsight being what it is, I can now see how much of an influence those financial choices had on my eventual career path.Although it came with challenges, my non-traditional American childhood absolutely empowered me. Today, I feel so fortunate to be living out my passion – introducing more Hispanic consumers to the life-changing benefits of becoming a credit union member.What’s equally exciting to me is introducing more organizations to benefits of serving Hispanic consumers. As I travel the country, talking with credit unions, colleges and other consumer-centric organizations, I’m learning so much about how perceptions continue to shape reality.One of the perceptions that Coopera colleagues and I are working hard to reshape is this idea the Hispanic market is homogenous. In fact, there are many nuances to the culture. Let’s take a look at a few… continue reading »