NYS Entity Status
- Merged Out (Jun 18, 2013)
NYS Filing Date
MAY 21, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - MIDATLANTIC CONCRETE & STONE INC
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With the right messaging and approach, corporations can take advantage of the current political climate to both promote their brand and take concrete steps to strengthen our civic democracy.
- Foo Fighters announce new album, tour, festival, and world domination
By Tricia Gilbride - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
Anyone who needs a Dave Grohl fix is in luck.
The Foo Fighters' next album, Concrete and Gold, will be out on Sept. 15. If that's not enough, how about a tour and their own Foo Fighters-curated music festival? Cal Jam Fest will take place Oct. 7 in San Bernardino. CA with guests like Queens of the Stone Age, Japandroids, and Bob Mould.
The band's most recent album, Sonic Highways, came out in 2014.
Concrete and Gold track list:
Make It Right
The Sky Is A Neighborhood
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- Stephen Colbert grilling Oliver Stone about Putin is excruciating to watch
By Johnny Lieu - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
It shouldn't be surprising in this current political climate that Oliver Stone's four-part Showtime series about Russia's leader, Vladimir Putin, hasn't had the warmest of receptions.
Stephen Colbert is more known for his quips, but a meeting with Stone on The Late Show on Monday proved too irresistible for the host. Colbert asked the director if he was "cosying up" to what some would call a dictator.
"You know, you have to be polite because this was a two-year deal, and it was four times, and I was with him numerous times," Stone explained.
Colbert admittedly hadn't watched the series yet, but asked Stone what would surprise him about Putin when watching it. Read more...More about Entertainment, Video, Russia, Stephen Colbert, and The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
- University of Utah’s business lab has hatched nearly 300 startups
By Art Raymond, Deseret News - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
While the year-old, $45 million Lassonde Studios building at the University of Utah is an award-winning, copper-clad statement in modern architecture, featuring austere interiors heavy on concrete, stone and steel, the space has served to bring budding student entrepreneurs out of the woodwork with nearly 300 business startups underway and more in the offing. The […]