HOUSTON: The Woodlands Resort has appointed Gregg Harper general manager.
LAS VEGAS: Wynn Nightlife has appointed Romain Pavee executive director of international marketing.
LOS ANGELES: The 11th annual L.A. Beer Week will take place June 15-23. Organized by the L.A. County Brewers Guild, the event will include a kickoff festival at Los Angeles Center Studios.
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MIAMI/SOUTH FLORIDA: Nu Wave Swim, a new Miami Swim Week program from World Red Eye founder Seth Browarnik and his partner Michele Addison, will take place July 11-14 at Miami Beach Botanical Garden. The program will feature fashion events, activations, and runway shows.
The Florida Keys & Key West tourism council and the Key West Business Guild will participate in New York’s WorldPride March and PrideFest. During the march, a Keys contingent will carry a 100-foot section of the 1.25-mile “sea-to-sea” pride flag, which was fabricated by the late rainbow flag creator Gilbert Baker.
MONTREAL: The 20th annual Crescent Street Grand Prix Festival, presented by Corona in collaboration with Brivia Group, will take place June 6-8.
NEW YORK: The Lower East Side’s Loreley Beer Garden will host the Summer Rosé Festival from June 1-July 31. The venue will serve a variety of rosé and rosé-inspired drinks and feature on-theme floral decor.
The National Board of Review will announce its 2019 honorees on December 3. The gala celebration for the honorees will take place January 8, 2020, at Cipriani 42nd Street.
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TORONTO: The seventh annual Pan American Food and Music Festival will take place August 17-18 at Yonge-Dundas Square.
WASHINGTON: To coincide with Capital Pride on June 8-9, Washington-area Hilton hotels will debut pride-theme benches with special activations. Participating hotels include Canopy by Hilton Washington D.C. Bethesda North, Canopy by Hilton Washington D.C. the Wharf, Capital Hilton, Conrad Washington D.C., the Graham Georgetown, Hilton Arlington, and Washington Hilton. The project is a collaboration with Exactly, a new creative agency from Brightest Young Things.
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