One Offs

The Inter-Media Art Center (IMAC) of Huntington, N.Y., still exists on paper but the PAC has left its physical home at the 500-capacity Huntington Theatre, citing rising rent, declining support and a changing arts scene …

After two quick sellouts, Paul McCartney added a July 21 show to Citi Field, the new ballpark for the New York Mets …

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is back in the casino business, buying, along with a group of creditors, Atlantic City’s Tropicana Casino & Resort June 12 for $200 million worth of debt that they bought at an 80 percent discount off the $1 billion going rate a year and a half earlier.

Owners of the Black Hills Amphitheatre, a new shed in Spearfish, S.D., that recently hosted Randy Travis, are asking the city for $40,000 to help bring in family entertainment, according to the Black Hills Pioneer

News for Zamboni fans: a Zamboni did not make three adults sick at an ice-hockey rink in Des Moines, Iowa, after rescue workers investigated incidents of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning, according to the Des Moines Register

The British tabloids have followed their shocking discovery that Michael Jackson wants a child chorus that knows sign language for his O2 shows with the following request: a child with (gasp) a disability.