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FOX61’s Jenn Bernstein Named to Connecti

The magazine’s list includes 40 of the state’s “shooting stars” who “influence, innovate, create, rebel and soar high.” CONNECTICUT, USA – FOX61 anchor Jenn Bernstein was named to Connecticut Magazine’s 40 under 40 list this year. The magazine’s list includes 40 of the state’s “shooting stars” who “influence, innovate, create, rebel and soar high.” Connecticut […]

Echo Press wins 17 awards in Minnesota N...

ALEXANDRIA — The Echo Press had another successful year in the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper competition, winning 17 awards in multiple categories — overall excellence, reporting, advertising, editorial page, sports, headline writing, photography and more. The awards were announced Thursday, Jan. 27, at the MNA’s 155th Annual Convention in Brooklyn Park. Winners of MNA’s […]

The e-reader market will increase consid...

Pune, India, Jan. 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The growing acceptance of e-learning and online content can have a huge impact on the global market, says Fortune Business Insights, in a report titled “e-reader market Size, Share, and Industry Analysis, by Device Type (E-ink eReader, In-Plane Switch Panel (IPS) eReader, TFT-LCD eReader, Others), by Application […]

Perovskite solar module with 18.45% effi...

The module was fabricated with lead methylammonium iodide (MAPbI3) perovskite solar cells via low-cost spin coating. The panel also achieved an open circuit voltage of 16.07 V, a short circuit current of 69.52 mA and a fill factor of 75.35%. January 31, 2022 Emiliano Bellini An international research team has developed a perovskite solar module […]

‘5 Minute Stories for Family Time:’ A Bo

At the end of 2020, I reviewed Britannica Books 5 minutes of truly true bedtime stories. Now the editor is back with Truly true 5 minute stories for family time. It’s another great way to pass on the love of reading, culture, science and the world around us to young children. What is 5 minutes […]

Mark D Ball Tournament set to dunk off

Published January 31, 2022 The Mark D Ball Basketball Championship will take place at the indoor sports hall at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja on Saturday, the event organizers said. The secretary of the event’s local organizing committee, Abdullahi Umar, said on Sunday that the competition would start with Group A, which has eight […]

MARTIN SAMUEL: Football cannot look away...

The urge might be to look away. The blood, the bruises, the stained, scared eyes. Here is the real horror, and rather than confronting it, the urge will be to retreat to incongruous concerns about written-off assets or terminated careers, as if Mason Greenwood and his employers were victims too. But football cannot look away. […]

Art magazines: the flesh is arranged dif...

No Heroes Developed, 1970, by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi PIC: © The Hunterian, University of Glasgow Flesh Arranges Differently, Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow **** Mohammad Barrangi: Anything is possible, Edinburgh printmakers *** Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise Leema Nammari and Louise Ritchie: Presence of Absence, Edinburgh Engravers**** Sun Wukong in Gachie, […]

Readers donate in record numbers to the ...

Even in the throes of another pandemic year, East Bay Times readers have been reaching into their pockets this season to help those less fortunate by donating money to the nonprofits that serve them. Moved by stories of neighbors in need, readers have donated a record $535,722 to this news agency’s annual Share the Spirit […]

Now Scammers Are Launching A Cryptocurre...

Express press service KOCHI: City-based businessman Saby Jose is one of the lucky ones. A little research online helped him avoid getting scammed by online scammers. It all started with a WhatsApp message forwarded by one of his friends. It was a “brochure” and prospectus of Crypto Global Bank (CGB), the world’s first online cryptocurrency […]

‘Emily the criminal’ • Salt Lake Magazin

Writer/Director John Patton Ford’s Criminal Emily offers so little time to catch your breath as you inch closer to the edge of your seat, plus Emily digs the hole she stepped into. Place Aubrey (Ingrid goes west) plays cheeky but broke Emily, who is saddled with student debt after dropping out of school following a […]

Now tech giants Google and Facebook coul...

Now tech giants Google and Facebook could be forced to pay newspapers for their stories Platforms will be encouraged to negotiate payment agreements with news outlets If negotiations fail, an independent arbitrator will set a fair price The move comes as tech companies dominate online advertising The new regime will be regulated by the Digital […]

Launch of Logo, Brochure and Skills Deve...

TiHAN has made significant progress since its inception and the development of a test bed which is the first of its kind by an institute in India is a testament to its technological capabilities, Professor Murty. Strong points: TiHAN encourages industry partners to improve their footprint in the areas of technology development program, skills development, […]

21-year-old Waldorf arrested after traff...

On Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at approximately 1:57 p.m., TFC Hussey, assigned to Maryland State Police La Plata Barrack, was on patrol in the area of ​​southbound Route 301, south of Pierce Road, Waldorf , Charles County, MD. At this time, TFC Hussey observed a black Toyota Camry commit numerous traffic violations. TFC Hussey activated […]

The Forest Lawn Museum will open the “Ev

First published in the January 22 print issue of Glendale News Press. The Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale will open “Evening Mile: The Paintings of Julika Lackner” on January 29.The exhibit features 17 nightscapes that offer meditative views of Southern California. These works of art transform cityscapes, hills and coastlines into kaleidoscopic vistas.Lackner’s expertise in […]

Tamarac residents ask why taxpayers are ...

By Agrippina Fadel Does the Town of Tamarac grant free publicity to a commissioner during an election year? Residents are calling Commissioner Mike Gelin’s four-page pamphlet inserted into the city’s TAM-A-GRAM “a piece of election propaganda,” questioning why taxpayer funds were used to publish and distribute it. The brochure given to residents contains official city […]

Ken Daley, who gave his ‘heart and soul’

January 28, 2022 At ODU, Ken Daley is perhaps best known for founding the printmaking program, teaching lithography, printmaking, screen printing, typesetting, and typography. Daley is shown with Norfolk entertainer and former ODU Lorraine Fink. The Lorraine and Dr. H. William Fink Art Fellowship is named in his honor. By Joe Garvey When Dianne deBeixedon […]

Art magazines: the flesh is arranged dif...

No Heroes Developed, 1970, by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi PIC: © The Hunterian, University of Glasgow Flesh Arranges Differently, Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow **** Mohammad Barrangi: Anything is possible, Edinburgh printmakers *** Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute the noise Leema Nammari and Louise Ritchie: Presence of Absence, Edinburgh Engravers**** Sun Wukong in Gachie, […]

Taste the world’s finest wines at Wine &

Advertising A renowned magazine brings together winegrowers from all over the world January 28 — NEW YORK — Wines & Spirits Magazine famous Top 100 Tasting returns to New York for the second time on Wednesday, February 23, offering New Yorkers the opportunity to sample an array of exceptional wines and meet the winemakers behind […]

CherryRoad Media Acquires Texas and Okla...

Press release | Dirks, Van Essen & April CherryRoad Media, Inc. announced the acquisition of a newspaper group in Texas and Oklahoma from Gannett Co., Inc. Texas newspapers include the (Sherman) Herald Democrat, Waxahachie Daily Light, Stephenville Empire-Tribune, Brownwood Bulletin, Alice Echo-News Journal, Van Alstyne Leader, Anna-Melissa Tribune, Prosper Press, Grayson County Shopper, Midlothian Mirror, […]

Professor Bruce Lewenstein appointed 13t...

Professor Bruce Lewenstein, communications, is set to become Cornell’s 13th ombudsman, according to a Jan. 25 statement. vote by the University Assembly. At the meeting, University Assembly President Brandon Fortenberry presented the assembly with a letter from President Martha Pollack appointing Lewenstein as Ombudsman. In the letter, the Ombudsman’s search committee — a four-person team […]

Thrown Stone Announces 068 Magazine Play...

With major support from 068 Magazine, Thrown Stone Theater Company launched the 068 Magazine Writing Fellowship and named his first comrade, Phanésia Pharel. The six-month fellowship will begin Feb. 1 and will include a stipend, development funds, and workshops in support of the playwright’s new material. Madame Pharel wrote the sensational new play, Should we […]

Hedge fund Alden appeals to investors fr...

OMAHA, Neb. – Hedge fund Alden Global Capital sends its own appeal to shareholders of newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises as part of its campaign to acquire the company. The New York-based hedge fund, which is already one of the country’s biggest newspaper owners, on Thursday urged Lee’s shareholders to back two new directors he has […]

NEK Broadband enlightens its first custo...

Vermont Business Magazine While many took a break for the holiday season, NEK Broadband and its partners worked hard to complete the first section of its fiber optic network and customer installations. Construction crews battled inclement weather to finish suspending fiber optic cable from utility poles, installing “drops” at customers’ homes, and activating the first-ever […]

After strong growth in digital subscript...

Hearst Newspapers kicks off the new year with plans for a shared development center, hiring 12 product and data specialists and eight other interactive designers. The company says this is the biggest digital expansion ever for the media group. If Hearst feels expansive, senior vice president Jeff Johnson told me in a Zoom interview, there’s […]

Restaurants, Historical Society, Passpor...

NORWICH — Royal Punjabi Owner Gurpreet Singh said he had seen lots of new customers at his restaurant in Norwich city centre, thanks to Passport to Norwich, launched last May. “It encouraged people to come downtown and try new businesses,” Singh said. “They should start this more often.” Last May, the Greater Norwich Area Chamber […]

Solar noise barrier along a highway in M...

A massive solar sound barrier in the US state of Massachusetts is expected to generate 802,000 kWh of electricity annually, equivalent to powering 120 homes annually. January 27, 2022 Anne Fisher From pv magazine United States The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is launching a freeway solar noise barrier project, which it says is the […]

Spartans improve Rio Hondo League record...

First published in the January 20 print issue of Outlook Valley Sunshine. The La Cañada High School women’s water polo team defeated host Blair High of Pasadena, 15-9, in a Rio Hondo League game on Tuesday.Alexis Calix, Jenna Ku, Kadyn Day, Shereen Emadi, Thea Stefan and Anna Fogarty each scored two goals for LCHS. Meanwhile, […]

Rocco Commisso, Vlahovic and American fo...

When, in a recent interview, Rocco Benito Commisso he affirms There is no one here, no one like me (perhaps forgetting the legal and fiscal domicile shared in Delaware with Milan, Venice and Rome) shows modesty and diplomacy but proudly renders accounts. Fiorentina has no financial debts with anyone, it can count on a net […]

How our brain organizes abstract scienti...

The trope that the human brain did not evolve to understand advanced physics is often applied in popular science. After all, the first priorities of humans were limited to understanding and combating predatory threats, learning how to feed themselves and their group, finding favorable conditions for their bodies to function, and deciding who might make […]

JOHN SEGYDE Obituary (2022) – Fort Wayne

JOHN A. SEGYDE, 80, died Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at Saint Anne Home, Fort Wayne. Born in Fort Wayne on August 9, 1941, he was the son of the late Augustine and Virginia Segyde Sr. He graduated from Central Catholic High School and was a lifetime alumnus. John was an Air Force veteran and served […]

Danny Tyree – Stop Putting Off That Annu

I’m not looking for sympathy, but I’m writing this on the eve of my annual physical. Don’t take it that I’m bragging about a laudable lifelong habit. By “annual”, I mean “I (almost) did it two years in a row”. And by “physical” I mean, if I had my way, I would suggest, “Hey, doctor, […]

The Knowable Magazine Podcast, Season 2

The audio for the history of science series returns on February 1. Subscribe today. · Listen to the Season 2 trailer above. What are the limits of what is knowable – and how has our thinking about big science and technology questions changed over time? Knowable magazineThe Science History Podcast returns February 1, with all-new […]

Seaford’s grandmother turns the tables o

A Seaford woman has made national headlines after luring a suspected scammer over the phone to her own arrest – and filming it all. January 20 started off as a typical day for 73-year-old Jean Ebbert. The Waverly Avenue resident was working on crossword puzzles and texting with her son, Rusty Ebbert, which she does […]

Enel plans to build a heterojunction sol...

In a recent press release, the new CEO of Enel Green Power, Salvatore Bernabei, said that another heterojunction solar module factory could be built overseas, with the United States being a possible location. January 25, 2022 Emiliano Bellini During a press briefing held on Tuesday, the new CEO of Enel Green Power (EGP), Salvatore Bernabei, […]

A federal parliamentary committee is inv...

Victorian farmer Lloyd Polkinghorne was recovering from a brain injury when he decided to do something many would consider unthinkable. His local newspaper, the Koondrook Barham Bridge Newspaper, was up for sale. It was already struggling, shrinking over the years and the digital revolution tightening its grip on the media. If a new owner was […]

Community unites to improve beach safety

A group of residents have created a beach safety brochure for swimmers at Pearl Beach, after the unsupervised area was declared a ‘black spot’ due to drownings and crashing waves. In a community collaboration show, lifeguards from the Central Coast Council, Safety Advisory Group members from the Pearl Beach Progress Association, Pearl Beach Patonga Real […]

‘Resurrection’ • Salt Lake Magazine

“A sadist never understands why someone doesn’t appreciate his sadism as much as he does.” Andrew Semans’ Resurrection explores this exact concept from a line delivered by Rebecca Hall who plays Margaret, whose life with a successful career, a teenage daughter and a secret sexual relationship is turned upside down by a figure from her […]

Minneapolis newspaper gives Vikings HC w...

Leslie Frazier and Kirk Cousins Citing current success, familiarity, class and diversity – all noble traits – the Jim Souhan of Star Tribune believes former Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier is expected to become the following the head coach. The Vikings fired Frazier after the 2013 season, capping a three-year stint when Frazier took […]

Maine CDC Announces ‘Tick Wise’ Poster C

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) announces the 2022 Lyme Disease Awareness Month Poster Contest. This contest is for Maine students in kindergarten through 8th grade to raise awareness about disease prevention. tick-borne diseases. The theme for the 2022 Lyme Disease Awareness Month Poster Contest is “Tick ​​wise.” The Maine CDC […]

#DataPrivacyWeek: Best Kept Data Privacy...

Over the past few years, consumer attitudes and expectations regarding privacy and data security have changed, influenced by a profusion of new data breaches, an increase in online shopping and the momentum around remote work. A recent survey indicates that more than 50% of consumers are uncomfortable with the data companies collect due to opaque […]

CNHI Names Award-Winning Veteran Newspap...

January 15—Brenda Adams, a veteran Oklahoma newspaper executive, has been named publisher of the Tahlequah Daily Press. She is currently the Publicity Director for the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, a role she will continue. Both newspapers are owned by parent company CNHI, LLC. Adams served as publisher and advertising director for several dailies, biweeklies and weeklies […]

Bucks County to Regulate Massage Busines...

Human and sex trafficking operates in the shadows. But make no mistake, this is happening in Bucks County. Look no further, officials say, than mall massage parlors with locked doors in the middle of the day, late hours at night, cash exchanges in therapy rooms and customers going and come through backdoors, to name a […]

Prom Closet planned for February

Prom Closet will return to St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church next month. Hosted by United Methodist Women, the annual event provides free prom outfits to more than 1,000 high school girls. Organizers are requiring pre-registration this year to minimize wait times and improve the shopping experience. The event will take place on February 15, 16, […]

I’m always exploring new ways to tell st

Published January 23, 2022 Afropop singer, Ezeh Success, aka Cyborg (Da Freak), said he is constantly exploring new ways, including commercial ones, to tell his stories. The singer who recently unveiled a non-fungible token platform called Dafreak 5, said, “I’m always exploring new ways to tell my stories, engage with my community, and build new […]

Alexandria’s Innovative Electric Transpo

As you drive through Alexandria, you’ll notice an array of public and private transport options, from buses to trains, cars, bikes and scooters. But what might surprise some is that at one time the city’s residents took advantage of a burgeoning electric streetcar system. Originally called the Washington, Alexandria and Mount Vernon Electric Railway, it […]

State trooper sues Vermont Human Rights ...

A photo of the barn at the Clemmons family farm in Charlotte. Photo via Commission on Human Rights Report A state trooper accuses a newspaper of giving favorable coverage to the Vermont Human Rights Commission in exchange for access to a confidential commission report implicating the trooper and public safety agencies in the state. The […]

United Way of Kenosha County Announces R...

Kenosha, WI, January 23, 2022 –(PR.com)– United Way of Kenosha County (UWKC), mobilizing the caring power of our community, is pleased to announce the recipients of its new community gift rewards program . The program was created to support nonprofit organizations in Kenosha County and expand the reach and impact of donations made to United […]

PPE and Supply Chain Disruptions | 2022...

The answer is Jack Hartley, editor, RPB Security, Royal Oak, Michigan. For some operations, removal of hazards through engineering and administrative controls, as well as substitution/elimination, is simply not enough. In these workplaces, alternative safety measures must be implemented, and personal protective equipment is one of the best ways to achieve this. However, when workplaces […]

Longtime journalist, Vietnam veteran ‘sp

Mann, who is fun-loving and easy-going, enjoyed telling stories, whether in writing or around a table. He often wrote about Mayberry as an American ideal and loved the poetry of Emily Dickinson. He briefly owned a hearse as his personal vehicle which he enjoyed driving around town. After reading that Gulf War soldiers used condoms […]

Microsoft’s purchase of Activision can –

It is something close to criminal that Infocom is not better known in the 21st century. The iconic developer of all-text story games – commonly referred to as “text adventures” – like Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and the Zork series ended in 1989, but not before releasing a library of titles that were among […]

Newspaper crosses an impassable line to ...

A chilling executive order was issued by a newspaper’s editorial board last week and most of the mainstream media, as well as the political class, seem to be working overtime to ignore it. They should not. The editorial encouraged a draconian punishment that the United States must never allow. The liberal Salt Lake Tribune has […]

Cover Story: Power Trip: New York Magazi...

Cover Story: Power Trip This new podcast from New York magazine looks at some of the publication’s biggest features, and the first looks at the proliferation of psychedelics in health and wellness culture, and the dark underbelly behind it. More than ever, people are turning to psychedelics for relief, enlightenment and understanding – think ayahuasca […]

Former NJ Assembly Talks Primary Loss

PARSIPPANY — Sitting in her kitchen about a week after her last legislative session in Trenton, BettyLou DeCroce pondered her political future while remembering where it all began. The politics gene skipped a generation in her family, passing from grandparents, Edward and Lulu Gleckler to her. “I was raised around politics in Rockaway Borough,” said […]

Terri Hale Promoted to Managing Director...

FAIRMONT — Terri Hale has been promoted to managing director of the Register-Herald at Beckley, the Bluefield Daily Telegraph and the Times West Virginian at Fairmont. A seasoned newspaper executive, she is currently the Advertising Manager for Newspapers, which is owned by parent company CNHI LLC. “Terri is a talented and experienced press manager who […]

TIME Magazine will allow users to connec...

TIME Magazine will allow users to connect ETH wallets and buy exclusive NFTs The nearly century-old US-based TIME magazine has become very crypto-loving and is now ready to allow readers to connect their wallets in order to purchase TIMEPieces – unique NFTs created by the TIME community . TIME’s current NFT drop “Long Neckie Women”, […]

How Dallas remembers fashion pioneer And...

The world pays homage to the legendary vogue editor-in-chief André Leon Talley, who died this week at the age of 73. We start with vogue‘s Anna Wintour, who wrote a heartfelt tribute to her friend and former colleague“André’s loss is felt by so many of us today: the designers he enthusiastically applauded every season, and […]

Builders can’t sell a dream to apartment

Archive photo of the twin towers NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday ordered a builder, IREO Pvt Ltd, to reimburse crores of rupees to apartment buyers who wanted reimbursement of their investment because the real estate agent sold a dream house with a concrete floor Italian marble, a view of the golf course and […]

Greetings from the Statehouse – Decorah

The Iowa House of Representatives began its session on Monday, January 10 with its typical formalities. A joint House-Senate convention was convened to hear Gov. Kim Reynolds’ speech on the condition of the state Tuesday night. On Wednesday, Chief Justice Susan Larson Christensen presented the state of the judiciary in 2022. Maj. Gen. Benjamin J. […]

Rock Springs will review the off-road tr...

ROCK SPRINGS – The City of Rock Springs will consider a trail project that connects communities in southwest Wyoming through a network of off-road trails. After hearing from the SWOT (Southwest Wyoming Off-road Trails) group at a recent meeting, the Rock Springs City Council will continue to study the use of off-road trails as a […]

Kenneth Daley Obituary (2022) – Norfolk,

Kenneth Glenn Daley, Jr., of Norfolk, Virginia passed away on January 17, 2022. Ken was born on December 7, 1941, the first son of Kenneth and Edna Daley. He and his brother, Leo (Lee) Joseph, were born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Ken graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with his BFA […]

In rhythm with Renaissance man James Squ...

James Squires at his home in Jupiter. Photography by Jason Nuttle Jinhabitant of upiter James Squires entertained thousands of people all over the world, some with very familiar names. In the 80s, he sang three times at the White House for President Reagan. In 1988, he performed at the Vatican for Pope John Paul II. […]

Treasure Coast newspaper printing moves ...

PORT ST. LUCIE — Treasure Coast Newspapers’ production facility off Interstate 95 and St. Lucie West Boulevard is closing this week, but readers shouldn’t notice a difference, as no changes in delivery or quality are expected. foreseen. The Indian River Press Journal, St. Lucie News Tribune and Stuart News will go to print in Deerfield […]

Konica Minolta certifies Kinko’s Japan’s

Tokyo (January 21, 2022) – Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced that the company has certified the new on-demand MPM-ECO Delivery Service (MPM-ECO Delivery Service) offered by the company from its group, Kinko’s Japan Co., Ltd. (Kinko’s Japan), as a durable solution. Kinko’s Japan thus became the first Konica Minolta Group company to receive […]

Atlanta reporter Dick Williams dies at 7...

“He was an affable guy and also incredibly prolific,” said Jeff Dickerson, who worked for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the 1980s and 1990s and was a “Georgia Gang” panelist. “He was starting a column at 10:02 a.m. and getting it ready at 10:17 a.m. He was incredibly quick. At one point he was writing three, […]

Student Magazine Tackles Issues Affectin...

In the latest issue of Amplifier student magazine, students from Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Blake, and Einstein High Schools addressed issues facing Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The magazine aims to amplify the voices of high school students within MCPS. Topics covered in this issue include recent racist incidents, student violence, school […]

Centerline Architects project earns high...

Vermont Business Magazine LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) goals are a major tool for developing buildings that support advanced sustainability and climate change goals. When developing a new dormitory on the Williams College campus (the first in 40 years), LEED guidelines and certification were integral to the College’s goal of reducing its carbon […]

‘Frustrating’ delays in city funding aff

Adding to nonprofits’ frustrations, the GFTA has yet to release information on their FY23 grant cycle, applications for which would normally be due in February 2022. Arts administrators point out that it this is not an easy application process. The package of required documents can be dozens of pages, including a long narrative, budget overview, […]

Virus cases rise in schools | Herald Co...

Coronavirus cases are increasing among students, teachers and staff at Elmont and Franklin Square schools amid the rise of the Omicron variant. According to state data, the Sewanhaka Central High School District has reported 2,441 cases since September — 752 of them, or 30%, between Jan. 3 and Jan. 16. Additionally, 345 students, 69 teachers, […]

Sample Writer Job Description and Interv...

Are you looking to hire and need the perfect copywriter job description to attract top talent? Hiring is a long and expensive process, so it’s best to get it right the first time, which means bringing the best candidates into the interview process. This job description template will help you understand the role of a […]

Activision Blizzard plans to buy tech ma...

To prevent them from talking about workplace harassment and discrimination In 2021, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick thought the best way to keep tech magazines from talking about the scandals in his toxic empire would be to buy them out. According to a Wall Street Journal report that heard about it from its sources, Kotick’s […]

Newspaper Headlines: FG to Establish 18 ...

The Senate’s decision to remove the mandatory direct primary option from the Electoral Law Amendment Bill dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Nation reports that the governors are keen on their influence in the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the party’s national convention. The newspaper says Bola Tinubu, an APC leader, has […]

After a Gap Year, the RV Show Camps at t...

The Inland Northwest RV Show & Sale was one of the few events to kick off in 2020 just before the coronavirus caused most gatherings and businesses to close. While organizers were disappointed in 2021 to cancel the show, which usually kicks off the sales season, many dealers in the area saw record sales for […]

Snow Heads To Alexandria – Alexandria Li

Rain will move into the Alexandria area on Thursday evening before turning to a mix of ice, sleet and snow early Friday – and Alexandria students scored another day at home. “All schools will implement synchronous virtual learning on Thursday, January 20, 2022. Class schedules will include synchronous teaching via Zoom, which means live virtual […]

Dena Mae Tiedt June 17, 1929 — January 1

Dena M. Tiedt, 92, of Waverly, Iowa, died Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, at Mercy One-Covenant Medical Center in Waterloo. Dena Mae Tiedt was born June 17, 1929, the daughter of Norbert and Florence (Buhr) Ranard at her home in Black Hawk County. She was baptized at home on August 18, 1929 and confirmed at Trinity […]

The flyer distribution partner for every...

Global Flyer Distribution provides flyer distribution services throughout the United States. The company specializes in door-to-door distribution and delivery of hangers. Clients can expect real results from the distribution services offered by Global Flyer Distribution. UNITED STATES – Enabling businesses to extend their processes and helping them grow their customer base, Global Distribution of flyers […]

Webinar – Preparing your corporate acces

In partnership with Thursday, January 27, 20228:00 a.m. PT / 11:00 a.m. ET / 4:00 p.m. GMT / 5:00 p.m. CETDuration: 45 minutes Register for this webinar After nearly two years of adapting to making events virtual, IR teams will be thinking carefully about the best ways to make their calendar sing in 2022. With […]

This journalist says that Canada saved h...

Mohsin Abbas was lounging over the holidays last month, watching television, when he learned that little Tilbury, Ontario had lost its local newspaper and the huge void it had left in the community. The reporter heard about the shutdown while listening to a CBC radio special about what happens when the local news stops. Postmedia […]

‘And Then She Said: Voices of Feminists

Jessica Spring on the left and Chandler O’Leary on the right. Photo by Jane Carlin. “And Then She Said: Voices of Feminists Past and Present,” an exhibit at UW Libraries Special Collections, highlights the work of Dead Feminists, a collaborative project between local artists Chandler O’Leary and Jessica Spring, and brings the Women’s story words […]

Influential fashion journalist André Leo

NEW YORK (AP) — André Leon Talley, the former creative director and editor of Vogue magazine, has died. He was 73 years old. Talley’s literary agent, David Vigliano, confirmed Talley’s death to USA Today on Tuesday evening, but no additional details were immediately available. Talley was an influential fashion journalist who worked for Women’s Wear […]

Vinton Today – HOT Grants Benefit Vinton

Vinton Unlimited organizes several events to benefit the town of Vinton. This year, their HOT grants will be used in the following ways. $3,000 for the Deck the House Christmas Lighting Incentive in conjunction with the Vinton Parks and Recreation Department. $3,000 for printing Vinton brochures $3,000 for Boomtown advertising $3,000 for publicity for the […]

Snohomish Sauerkraut Band bids farewell

By BRIAN MILLS, special for the GrandstandPosted on January 19, 2022 Snohomish Sauerkraut Band bids farewell Photo added The energetic Snohomish Sauerkraut Band began on a lark over 50 years ago and has become a long-time entertainment feature at regional parades and watering holes. SNOHOMISH — Well, it’s a wrap. The end of the show, […]

Maryland launches website to make it eas...

The Maryland Health Care Commission recently launched a new website that provides information on the quality, cost, and availability of health care in the state. The site allows users to search for everything from hospitals to nursing homes to assisted living facilities and more. (Screenshot from website) The Maryland Health Care Commission recently unveiled a […]

Slutty Vegan’s Pinky Cole on the cover o

Pink Cole of Slutty Vegan and Derrick Hayes of Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks pose for the latest edition of Essence magazine. ATLANTA – Two Atlanta restaurateurs grace the cover of the latest issue of Gasoline magazine. Pinky Cole owns a popular vegan restaurant in Atlanta Vegan slut. The chain now has three addresses and a vegetable […]

Israeli citizens hacked by police using ...

JERUSALEM, Jan 18 (Reuters) – Israel’s police chief vowed on Tuesday to ensure electronic surveillance in criminal investigations is carried out by the book after a newspaper reported the illicit use of a controversial hacking tool against citizens of the country. Without citing sources, the financial daily Calcalist said Israeli police had possessed Pegasus spyware […]

Fire Safety Best Practices for Rooftop P...

Compiled by an international research group, the best practices were gathered from all available guidelines published by national agencies, regulatory bodies and professional associations. January 18, 2022 Emiliano Bellini Researchers from Universiti Putra Malaysia has defined a series of fire safety practices that solar installers should follow when deploying residential rooftop PV systems. “Improper installation […]

New CEO Lisa Gurgone takes the reins of ...

Just days after retiring from the leadership of Mystic Valley Elder Services, Dan O’Leary has already lost track of his days. But after a 46-year career of giving back and serving others, he has every right to sit back, play golf and enjoy Florida’s clement weather. After all, he successfully passed the reins to Lisa […]

Savor Yahaya’s 2021 Leadership and Vangu

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle, Greek philosopher The usefulness of the above summation by the great Aristotle underscores the need for political leaders, above all, to recognize the primary essence of performance and excellence for posterity in public office rather than being consumed […]

Tellinga makes social media advertising ...

Direct mail has been in decline for years due to the proliferation of digital advertisements, which are more cost effective and offer a high degree of personalization. Now a company is hoping to breathe new life into the medium. Houston, USA – January 17, 2022 — Tellinga, a service that offers custom miniature art subscriptions […]

Dispute resolution in the family busines...

Multigenerational farming and animal husbandry – it really is such a gift. Work alongside the family. Having that support system. Lend a helping hand. Living together the seasons of life. Building dreams and growing the business that was started by previous generations. Yes, it’s a blessing, until it’s not. Related: Helping Children Through Family Stressors […]

District OKs Cloud Based Security System...

First published in the January 13 print issue of Outlook Valley Sunshine. La Cañada Unified School District has taken an important step in strengthening its safety at all school sites with the school board’s approval of a contract that will replace the existing system with a modern, school-based system. cloud.Board members voted 5-0 to purchase […]

Statues of 3 freed slaves who were Melbo...

MELBOURNE, Florida. – Patrolled by rattlesnakes and black bears, today’s Melbourne was still lush, mosquito-infested wilderness in the aftermath of the Civil War. Enter three freed slaves: Peter Wright, the Wright Brothers and Balaam Allen. The first settlers of the predecessor community of Crane Creek, they founded farms near the mouth of the Virgin River […]

Try These 4 Foodie Discoveries Instead o...

Hawaii’s signature warm-weather treat, shaved ice, is almost always associated with a vendor on O’ahu: Matsumoto Shave Ice. With that kind of fame comes mind-boggling queues and sticky waits that only seem to get longer. Right across from Matsumoto’s, tucked around the corner, is Aoki’s Shave Ice (Ah-OH-kee), one of Hale’iwa’s newest mom-and-pop operations (along […]

BREAKING: Take down all prison attackers...

Posted January 17, 2022 Interior Minister Rauf Aregbesola on Monday ordered prison officers to shoot anyone who tries to attack a correctional center in the country. The Minister issued the order while inspecting the facilities at Agodi Detention Center in Ibadan. He said the officer must prevent anyone from entering the facility as it is […]

Sole Survivor: The Alpena Flyer Saga | ...

Courtesy Photo In this photo provided by Restorations Unlimited 2 Inc., of Cary, Illinois, an original Alpena Flyer undergoes restoration at the Illinois facility. The Flyer was donated by Ron Winter to the Besser Museum for northeast Michigan. ALPENA – During the first two decades of the 1900s, automakers grew across the United States like […]

NRF2022: Microsoft Launches Cloud for Re...

Data unification is a critical challenge in retail The new offering will make it easier for retailers to unify siled data sets to get a more holistic view of their customers, allowing them to create more detailed profiles of individual consumers to drive more personalized shopping experiences. At the same time, merchants will also have […]

Eagles pocket $10,000 each for Egypt, Su...

Posted January 17, 2022 • NFF, team agrees $5,000 win bonus, $2,500 for draw Super Eagles players will receive $10,000 each for wins over Egypt and Sudan in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, our correspondent has learned. It comes after the Football Federation of Nigeria and the Eagles reached an agreement on […]

How to Make Font Blurry in Word

If you are an individual who uses Microsoft Word to create greeting cards, brochures, calendars, event posters or any other materials that you may share with clients or an audience; you may want your fonts to look attractive with effects that will make the document font stand out from other fonts in the document. What […]

Din Din and his new hobby – Magazines

Let’s find out what Dazel is up to this week. Din Din had discovered a new hobby. It was a hobby that gave him great pleasure and made him lose track of time. Dazel found it one day near his cave in Fruit Park. “Salvation!” Dazel screamed as he landed in his favorite spot on […]

Limelight newspaper shines spotlight on ...

The headline read, “There’s No Smallpox in Palm Springs.” The Limelight article sought to eradicate maliciously spread misinformation. “The rumors and publicity in outside newspapers that there is smallpox in Palm Springs are not true. There is not a single case of this disease in or around Palm Springs, and there is haven’t had one […]

All Ukrainian newspapers and magazines s...

KIEV, January 16. /TASS/. From January 16, all print media in Ukraine must switch to the Ukrainian language, in accordance with amendments to the language law which come into force on Sunday. “According to the law, print media can be produced in other languages, provided that the number of copies published in a foreign language […]

Portales newspapers arrive in mailboxes ...

To our Portales readers: This news comes with regret and a considerable amount of frustration: Effective immediately, we will no longer be able to deliver The Eastern New Mexico News to your homes in Portales. Instead, Portales subscribers will receive the newspaper through the US Postal Service. Wednesday papers will be in your mailbox almost […]

Boots sorry for magazine article suggest...

Boots sorry for a magazine article suggesting that transgender people are more likely to commit suicide if they are not addressed with their “preferred” personal pronouns Boots apologized for ‘misleading suggestions’ regarding transgender people In his magazine, James Barr wrote about addressing with the correct pronouns He said trans people are less likely to try […]

Montverde Academy brings a winning cultu...

By Joe [email protected] Highlighted by 2021 first draft pick Cade Cunningham (Detroit Pistons), Scottie Barnes (Toronto Raptors), Day’Ron Sharpe (Phoenix Suns before being traded to the Brooklyn Nets in the draft) and Moses Moody (Golden State Warriors), the team finished the regular season at 25–0. The Eagles were looking forward to the challenge of the […]

Guitar Concert Impresario Richard Patter...

BY BLAIR JACKSON 2021 was meant to be a celebratory year for concert producer Richard Patterson and his San Francisco-based Omni Foundation for the Arts, which has become one of the classical guitar world’s most successful series regulars since. 40 years. And as proof of Patterson’s ingenuity, skill and resilience, 2021 has been a hugely […]

Black Hills Pioneer predicts another gre...

BELLE FOURCHE — As Governor Kristi Noem mentioned in her State of the State address on Tuesday, South Dakota has grown nine times faster than the rest of the country, and many of these new residents are relocating to the northern Black Hills and Belle Fourche areas, so it’s more important than ever for local […]

Nigeria vs Sudan: Sudan players vow to s...

Posted January 15, 2022 Sudanese players threatened to shock Nigeria by ensuring they grabbed all three points in today’s Africa Cup of Nations tie against Nigeria. Nigeria and Sudan will meet on Saturday (today) at the Roumde Adjia Stadium in the second day of AFCON Group D in Cameroon. Nigeria’s Super Eagles come top of […]

All About Arts, Tigers and Traditional C...

It looks like a busy weekend in Kuala Lumpur. Check out these arts events that aim to bring the community together and rediscover the joys of creative work…all with a festive twist as we prepare to usher in the Year of the Black Water Tiger. A Teagerrific New Year’s Eve Celebration Location: GMBB, Jalan Robertson, […]

Northern interests seek restoration of f...

In April 2020, New York State closed the Beekmantown Gateway Center on Interstate 87. Ten miles south of the Canadian border, it had been the first in-state tourist center international travelers would encounter after crossing the border. Regional economic, tourism and political leaders are calling on New York State to reopen what they call a […]

Terri Hale Promoted to Managing Director...

Raleigh County native Terri Hale has been promoted to managing director of the Register-Herald, Bluefield Daily Telegraph and Times West Virginian at Fairmont. A seasoned newspaper executive, she is currently the Director of Advertising for Newspapers, which is owned by parent company CNHI, LLC. “Terri is a talented and experienced press manager who has demonstrated […]

Who were the Denisovans? | Discover th...

In 1980, a Buddhist monk went to Baishiya Karst cave to pray. Located at the foot of a cliff on the edge of China’s Gansu Tibetan Plateau, the cave’s opening, pierced through a vertical expanse of gray stone, is such a perfect embodiment of a monastic site that it almost veers at the parody. It […]

False Advertising 101 – The Oberlin Revi

It feels like yesterday figuring out which college to go to — sifting through brochures and browsing websites, attending virtual events, and making detailed lists of pros and cons. Through it all, there was one school that stood out to me: Oberlin. Although Oberlin’s rural location wasn’t ideal, I remember thinking that the College had […]

How Marc Benioff is transforming Time ma...

When Salesforce.com founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne bought Time magazine from Meredith Corp. in 2018, many read it as a vanity buy. A billionaire buys a legendary media brand, to impress his friends and influence people, without doing too much legwork. Why is this important: But the exclusion proves transformative for Time, as […]

AGENDA City of Waverly, Iowa | Waverly ...

F. Presentation of Certificate of Appreciation 1. This is the date, time and place of the continuation of the public hearing of December 6, 2021 on a resolution to accept an offer to purchase three (3) parcels of land owned by the City of Waverly. The Mayor and City Council will take note of any […]

The AppalachiaCorps internship program c...

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (January 14, 2022) — the University of Kentucky Appalachian Center and Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement are delighted to announce that the AppalachiaCorps program will continue in the summer of 2022. ApppalachiaCorps connects students with organizations in Eastern Kentucky and the greater Appalachian region, providing them with a summer internship opportunity […]

Lincoln Park move helps boost Duluth pri...

Janelle Miller pumps a cast iron lever with her foot. Large wheels spin and turn as she hands-feeds sheet after sheet to capture a fresh layer of ink in her letterpress printer. Miller can produce around 400 works of art per hour on this machine, which weighs 2,500 pounds and was built in the early […]

New owner employees want to develop a Ma...

When Jon Wilson started WoodenBoat magazine in 1974 from an off-the-grid shack in Brooksville, it filled a niche in the wooden boat world as a good professional journal. The company has since become a mainstay in the wooden boat community with around 60,000 readers. Now the company is ready for its next step: a leap […]

Punk Foodie’s Guide to Underground Resta

This Sunday, savor the glorious flavors of Bite of Korea’s quesadilla bulgogi at their almost weekly block party in Amano at O4W. Smoke & Honey (south), CheeseCAKE and Manny’s Juice Bar will also sell their wares. Below are the weekend’s happenings for “who, when, where and what to cook” on ATL’s underground food scene. Here […]

Five things to do this weekend — January

Memphis Theater, 630 Perkins ext. Opening on Friday January 14 at 7:30 p.m. They say, “Take me to the ball game,” but never, “Take me to the theater.” And that might be a controversial opinion, but drama in baseball is lackluster compared to drama. Nine innings of watching grown men play catch is a real […]

El Dorado Wine Family Captures Their Woo...

Advertising Pleasant Valley, El Dorado County, CA (January 13, 2022) According to Carrie and Josh Bendick, winemakers at Holly’s Hill Vineyards. To honor the incomparable landscape that surrounds the winery, Holly’s Hill has unveiled new label art that manifests both the rustic beauty of the region and its wine lands. The first grapes were planted […]