C3 ED: Left Brain Advice for Right Brain Professionals
Estate Planning for Creatives with Ashley Payne, Esquire
December 11, 2013
12:00 Noon - 1 PM
Planning for the Inevitable: Setting up an Estate Plan That Works for You and Your Loved Ones. Have you done the proper planning to ensure that your creative works and their copyrights will be distributed to the people that you want to inherit them? Does your plan account for recent changes in tax laws?
Creatives, come learn what you should consider when planning for death and disability. Ashley Payne, of the Law Office of Ashley Payne, PLC, will cover the benefits of putting your estate plan in writing and more.
Pizza and Beverage provided by: YLD Lawyers for the Arts Committee of the Virginia Bar Association and Thinking of You Creations.
Special Thanks to 2013 C3 ED:Sponsor: Infinity Financial Partners
Interested in new ways to give back and make an impact? How do you start? Access to information and resources have created an over-stimulated and distracted society. Since slowing down seems to be impossible, Melina Davis-Martin of Plan G and Brian R. Marks of Bonfire Funds will show us how to add meaningful moments and fit giving into our full lives - using both online and offline resources.
Melina and Brian are founders of two online giving platforms, MyPlanG.Com and BonfireFunds.Com. Both platforms offer unique ways for people to engage and give back to causes. They will help us uncover creative ways to make sure our holidays and giving are truly meaningful this year.
Details & Registration: http://www.c3richmond.org/calendar/c3-december-breakfast-club-creative-side-of-giving/
Don’t have plans for Thanksgiving yet and don’t want to deal with your family? Camden’s Dogtown Market in Manchester District has you covered.
There are no reservations for this dinner, you just show up… BUT, there’s a rule.
Camden’s “Orphan’s Thanksgiving Dinner” is limited to parties of three or fewer, because, as Howell says, “if you’ve got four you might as well cook your own turkey! Bring Grammy and the kids, you’ll get shown the door.”
Think he’s kidding? This is Andy Howell we’re talking about.
The Camden’s Dogtown Market “Orphan’s Thanksgiving Dinner” is on Thursday, Nov. 28 from 5 - 8:30 p.m. for $15 per person (tax, tip and booze not included). Reservations are not being accepted, so get there early, because when the food is gone, Howell says, it’s gone.
BACON NATION LUNCH at Camden’s Dogtown Market with Author Maria Rama and Chef Andy Howell | Fountain Bookstore, Inc.
…and a special bacon menu for lunch.
Introducing Need / Curated Shopping for Men
Need is a refined shopping experience designed with the modern gentleman in mind. Rather than peddling outdated, outmoded, and unwanted inventory, Need works exclusively with some of the world’s top designers and brands — both independent and otherwise — to curate and sell only the very best products befitting the season, location, and age of our members.
Each month, Need presents a limited selection of the very best men’s lifestyle products. From clothing to coffee, literature to furniture, and film to artwork, Need will fast become your go-to destination for the very best in men’s products.
We had a blast designing, developing and collaborating on the Need product with Matt. Everything from the identity through the front-end and back-end implementations were carefully considered and thoughtfully designed, right down to the last detail.
We’ll be writing plenty about the details of Need in the near term, so that’s quite enough explanation for now. The best way to get a feel for Need is to head over and read for yourself. So kick back and enjoy Volume 1 on your desktop, iPad or phone. As always, we’d love to hear any questions or feedback you have at email@example.com.
Tricks & Treats, Thrills & Chills: here’s what we chatted about instead of changing our twitter name to Ghoulbelux this week.
1) The FAA finally approved electronic devices for the duration of flight, so while we’re looking forward to getting some serious work done on our next flight, we…
Our favorite way to stay up to date….
Manchester might just be the hard-hat capital of Richmond.
In a season that’s focused on being someone else, here’s to some originators doing their own thing this week. 1) After all this time, and amidst charges of a loss of secrecy, Apple surprised quite a few people on Tuesday with their presentation that included: a free Operating System for…
Ready to see what’s been brewing in Manchester? Join us next Wednesday to meet Manchester’s Creative Class. You’ll hear more about what’s been happening at Tumblr, the latest news from RVA Coffee Stain, sample some bubbly from Blue Bee Cider, and Blanchard’s Coffee Co. will spill the beans. Register today! [via Hype Facebook]
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