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Woodcut A Changing World by Karen Kunc, 2021, 11 x 15 inches. (PHOTO SUBMITTED) ROBERT ROWE Woodblock printmaker, printmaker, and book artist Karen Kunc channels her experience growing up in the Midwest, particularly Nebraska, into her full color prints. “My prints suggest extreme weather conditions and natural forces at work, a sense of micro/macrocosm against […]

DLA Designated DOD Print Service Provide...

The Defense Logistics Agency is now the main provider of printing services, office printing devices and electronic conversion services to the Department of Defense, according to a DOD instruction signed by the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment. All DOD components except DOD intelligence agencies, National Guard and Reserve organizations, tactical activities, and […]

Is your business ahead or behind?

This article is sponsored by Deloitte . Interested in advertising with us? Click here. A well-deserved spotlight was shone on women during the month of March for Women’s History Month, as we collectively celebrated the great strides that have been made. However, as most people know, the world needs more than a month to cover […]

Lawrence Middle School roars with ‘The L

The Lawrence Middle School Drama Club presented two shows of “The Lion King Kids,” based on the 1994 Disney animated musical film and the musical adopted by Broadway. The children’s version included the identical storyline in a condensed form. “I am incredibly proud of the students at Drama Club,” Principal Willis Perry said in a […]

Artist in Residence at Hartwick College ...

Hartwick College welcomes printmaker as artist-in-residence Hartwick College’s Department of Art and Art History welcomes printmaking artist Emily LR Adams as a Round House Press Artist-in-Residence, on campus April 6-12. The college’s professors of printmaking, typography/book arts, and photography founded Round House Press in the 1980s; each RHP project invites an artist in residence to […]

Scout Makes New Brochure for Fort Sill N...

For his Eagle Scout project, Hayden Evon gave back to the place where his grandparents are buried. Evon was immediately interested in donating his project to Fort Sill National Cemetery and originally intended to repair several flower beds and baskets at the cemetery. His plan changed after talking to Bruce Dwyer, the cemetery superintendent. “He […]

Iconic Magazines x Large Collection Caps...

Standing at the epicenter of fashion, design and art print publications in New York for 25 years, Iconic Magazines and Grand Collection came together to celebrate print. For more than two decades, the print-centric boutique has been dedicated to supporting and preserving print, serving as a destination for locals, tourists and print enthusiasts across the […]

BOOK REVIEW: HISTORY OF ART, MYSTERY AND...

woman on fireBy Lisa Barr After finishing his studies in journalism, Jules Roth intrigues in the offices of the newspaper of Dan Mansfield, renowned investigative journalist. Dan is impressed with Jules’ common sense and gives him a chance to help him with a private matter he’s researching for his close friend, designer Ellis Baum. They […]

Top tips from multifamily rental profess...

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced multi-family rental offices across the country to suddenly close their doors and move most of their operations online, rental professionals and their management companies or owner/operators took notice. the challenge. They have embraced new technologies, in many cases for the first time, and found ways to connect with prospects while […]

Elliah Heifetz proves herself with “Firs

Elliah Heifetz (pronounced “High-fits”) knows the value of a good song. He wouldn’t be here without him. The New York-based lyricist releases his first country album, first generation americanthis Friday, April 1. Produced by Andrija Tokic, the album defiantly claims country music on behalf of people whose authenticity within the genre is questioned. Heifetz’s grandfather, […]

How Marshall McLuhan Was Wired Magazine’

Many of those influenced by Marshall McLuhan – including fellow Canadian David Cronenberg – did not share the media theorist’s religious views; most of them didn’t even know that the media seer had deep faith. Yet McLuhan’s religious sense offered structure, symbolism, and perhaps even song to his media explorations. Those who are persuaded by […]

Daily Sentinel and Seaton Newspapers Don...

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5 Best Impression in Anaheim, CA

Below is a list of the best print shops in Anaheim. To help you find the best print located near you in Anaheim, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. Anaheim’s Best Impression: The top rated Impressions in Anaheim, CA are: SCNG printing – enthusiastic about what they do […]

Kyocera’s TASKalfa Pro 15000c makes a st

Fairfield, New Jersey, March 29, 2022 – Kyocera is reinventing market opportunities in the production printing space with the TASKalfa Pro 15000c. Since its launch, the device has exceeded sales expectations with over 100 devices placed in the United States alone. To build on these initial advancements, Kyocera is taking bold steps to position the […]

Vinegar Hill Magazine Welcomed to Ground...

We’ve all heard the phrase “hidden gem” before, and now the University has its own between the shelves of the Ivy Stacks – Vinegar Hill Magazine. Founded in 2011, the publication is dedicated to amplifying black stories in Charlottesville, showcasing the voices of community members and promoting local small businesses. The publication is also available […]

Pop-up radio station opens April 1 on Be...

A rendering of the A/V radio station along the Eastside Atlanta BeltLine trail. A/V Radio – an off-grid independent radio station, is scheduled to open April 1 on the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Managed and curated by Ree de la Vega and produced by Dash.Studio, the station is set to broadcast worldwide through June 30 […]

Tata Punch Creative Variants To Get Mono...

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail According to a new media report, the Tata Punch Creative trim will soon receive monotone color schemes. Scanning the leaked brochure reveals that the Creative variants will be available in Tropical Mist, Atomic Orange, Orcus White, Meteor Bronze and Daytona Gray exterior colors. Until now, the particular […]

The fight for family values ​​with Bitco

Listen to the episode: Calvin Robinson joined the “Bitcoin Magazine Podcast” to discuss how to address growing inequalities in society and how the proliferation of social media has led to an erosion of family values. When asked how to alleviate some of the growing inequalities in society, Robinson suggested he would cut taxes and instead […]

The Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta susp...

“It’s the disappearance of the last independent publication that hadn’t been blocked yet,” said Andrei Kolesnikov, political analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Center and former editor of the newspaper, calling it “a huge loss for the audience Internet giant and a disaster for the newspaper’s fans who read it on paper. The story continues under […]

April is dripping with arts and entertai...

Don’t let April fool you, it’s packed with artistic activity, from stunning art exhibitions, film screenings and festivals to music performances and lectures. Be sure to check out the rich variety of films screened at this year’s DisOrient Film Festival, plan an evening at the theater to see the moving drama “God Said This,” or […]

Debut (03/28/22) – D Magazine

Two injured at Uptown Bar. Quick shooting was heard just after 8 p.m. at Turkey’s DAM. Afterwards, two men approached off-duty police officers with gunshot wounds; one had been shot in the leg and the other in the leg and shoulder. They were both taken to hospital for treatment. OK, now I’ve been offside for […]

Newspaper headlines: Bread prices could ...

Reports on the aftermath of Saturday’s national convention of the All Progressives Congress (APC) dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the APC has inaugurated an appeal committee to consider concerns about the party’s national convention. Bakers under the umbrella of the Premium Bread Makers Association of Nigeria lamented rising energy […]

PGA Championship an economic boon for th...

Ohen Tulsa hosts a weekend of NCAA Tournament basketball games, the result is an economic impact of approximately $15 million. The Chili Bowl races have never been celebrated enough as an annual boon to Tulsa’s economy. The week-long Chili Bowl typically generates $30 million for local hotels, restaurants and pubs. Chili Bowl founder Emmett Hahn […]

General Assembly passes ban on mask mand...

Georgia school officials will not be allowed to require a student to wear a mask if their parents object under legislation that was passed by the state House of Representatives on Friday. Photo by DS stories on Pexels.com The bill, which cleared the Republican-controlled chamber 93-52 along party lines, was introduced on behalf of Governor […]

Delta Heritage Trail a great place for a...

Outdoor writer and photographer Corbet Deary is a regular feature on The Sentinel-Record. Today, Deary takes readers on a journey to Delta Heritage Trail State Park. There was a time when the lonely whistle and roar of a locomotive was expected in Phillips, Arkansas and Desha counties as the Union Pacific Railroad weaved its way […]

Spirit of Rowan 2022: African-American H...

SALISBURY — Though it only scratches the surface, the African American Heritage Trial has brought to light historic places, leaders and experiences in the lives of Black Rowan Countians for more than 20 years. The project was established in 2000 with support from Livingstone College and the Rowan County Convention and Visitors Bureau. It has […]

Bitcoin Price and Google Search Correlat...

In 2017, Semrush, a search engine marketing agency, reported that bitcoin prices had a 91% correlation with the volume of Google searches related to Bitcoin. This means that the bitcoin price has risen and fallen along with the number of bitcoin-related searches. While the Semrush study showed that search volume increased as the price of […]

Build(Her) Day elevates businesswomen

By Lisa Brown, Special at AFRO Build (Her) 2022 by Halcyon started with coffee and smiles. The lineup for the event was filled with diverse women who are who are who in the business world. From health disparities to technology to angel investors, the conversations were robust, fast-paced panels that left time and space for […]

Get Out and Explore the Outdoors With Th...

By Jill Martinson Spending more time outdoors has had a positive impact on me, both physically and mentally. It is restorative to walk among the trees, along the coast or to walk in a new city, to learn a bit of history and to admire its culture. When you’re ready to get out, the AK […]

Issue 11 of Lunchmeat magazine celebrate...

QCODEfrom the hit horror podcast series, The burnt picture, will return for a second season, it was announced this week. Based on the suspenseful and popular Reddit thread, The burnt picturetells the story of Felicia and Kira, two women, whose lives become intertwined when they discover they are terrorized by the same generational curse that […]

Alele-Williams gave UNIBEN sanity, Obase...

The Governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, mourned the renowned mathematician and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin, Prof. Grace Alele-Williams. The governor, in a statement, described Alele-Williams as an amazon, who walked where others feared, hailing her unparalleled dedication to national development. Obaseki noted that Alele-Williams gave UNIBEN sanity. He said: […]

Bay de Noc Gardening Conference announce...

Bay de Noc, Mich. (WLUC) — April 14 is the registration deadline for the 22nd annual Bay de Noc Gardening Conference in Escanaba. The event will take place at Bay College on Saturday, April 30. This year, the event offers eight different classes on a variety of yard and garden topics. Participants will be able […]

Five things to know this Friday

The windows are open and my particular brain cells feel more alive than they have all week. What do we do with random industry news and happenings during the week? We share them on the blog, of course. (Note: these are not graded.) 1. Our colleague and friend Maury Wright offers context for his departure. […]

Scranton businesses show support for Ukr...

An effort in Electric City to support the Ukrainian people has taken off. Storefronts and buildings across the city are decked out in blue and yellow. SCRANTON, Pa. — The Diocese of Scranton is just one of many places that now fly the Ukrainian flag. A special mass was held at St. Peter’s Cathedral on […]

Stay agile at any age

By Black Health Matters You may have already noticed some of the signs. Maybe when you get up in the morning you are stiffer than before. Or your knees get sore after sitting down for a while. Over time, everyone’s body ages and shows signs of natural wear and tear. Regular exercise helps delay the […]

Parents of autistic children connect thr...

CHILLICOTHE—At a table covered in informational pamphlets, summer camp brochures and contact information, local mom Kristen Smith talked about keeping her son active. The small group of parents smiled and nodded in agreement, understanding their situation first hand. Smith described her 5-year-old son, Holden, as smart, funny and active. He was diagnosed with autism just […]

Coastal job: fly fishing guide

Article body copy Some people work in cabins, others work in kitchens, but perhaps the most intriguing workplace of all is the coast. Meet the people heading to the ocean instead of the office in our Coastal Jobs series. Triston Chaney draws inspiration from a lifelong connection to the landscape in his work […]

The anonymous survey comes from Alliant

Thursday, March 24, 2022 6:25 PM An anonymous online survey from Qualtrics has appeared on the phones of Decorah residents in recent days and some residents have received phone surveys asking various questions for a public opinion survey on issues important to Decorah residents.The survey was developed and launched by Alliant Energy, […]

Big Ears festival expected to draw crowd...

Knoxville, Tenn. (WATE) – Knoxville comes alive as the Big Ears festival kicks off and many visitors come to town. Performers aren’t the only ones enjoying a crowd. Local businesses are expected to see many new faces stopping by their stores and restaurants. “It’s a great international music festival, and it really brings a lot […]

Rala: A Place for Locally Made Gifts, Wo...

Wednesday March 23, 2022. Edward Cruz / Contributor From everything Dolly to a one-of-a-kind gift for a friend, Rala, located in historic Old Town Knoxville, offers vibrant and dynamic artwork and merchandise for many occasions. The women-owned business originally got its start in 2010 on Union Avenue before making the small but sweet move to […]

Review: San Francisco Playhouse’s ‘Water

Chutes&Ladders (Dorian Lockett, right) connects through cyberspace with Orangutan (Sango Tajima) in “Water by the Spoonful” at the San Francisco Playhouse. Photo: Jessica Palopoli/San Francisco Theater The screenplay is delicious. Six roles all have the energy of the main character, that heady mix of virtues and weaknesses, desires and obstacles. As the ensemble confronts, hides […]

Mount Magazine WMA is a bit of everythin...

PARIS, Ark. (Arkansas Game and Fish Commission) – An Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Wildlife Management Area is contained within a National Forest and also includes a portion serving as an Arkansas State Park. It features nearly every type of popular game species and many observable birds and non-game animals, not to mention the spectacular […]

Joan Howley, from Rockville Center, dies...

Joan Howley Joan Howley, a native of Rockville Center, died March 15 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. She was 70 years old. Born in Rockville Center on January 11, 1952, she was the daughter of Cono and Eleanor (Krol) Simonetti. Howley graduated from East Islip High School in 1970 and received her bachelor’s degree from […]

Sonoma artist Lili Arnold designs a seri...

Artist Lili Arnold leaves her mark on the world. Not really. Arnold is the artist behind four new USPS postage stamps that became available this month at post offices across America. “Seems appropriate for spring,” she said modestly of her bright and colorful patterns of Woods’ Rose, Pasqueflower, Alpine Buttercup and Wood Lily adorning a […]

Boston Magazine has received 20 National...

Get a captivating long read and must-have lifestyle advice delivered to your inbox every Sunday morning – great with a coffee! Boston magazine is proud to announce that we received 20 nominations for our work in 2021 from the City Regional Magazine Association. The awards honor journalists, designers and magazines in 33 publications and 35 […]

Sewer overflow roundup: Heavy rain cause...

The city of Tuscaloosa on Wednesday released a list of locations of sanitary sewer overflows resulting from heavy rains Tuesday afternoon and evening. Here is a list of amounts and locations: Block 4000 of Holt Peterson Road There was a sanitary sewer overflow at lift station 53 in the 4000 block of Holt Peterson Road. […]

Council approves plan of subdivision for...

The proposal calls for a zoning change for the subdivision The Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen voted 6-0 with one abstention on March 8 to rezone 10.41 acres from R-1 single-family residential to R-2 single-family residential at the former Paraclet property in the Tapawingo Subdivision. Ward 1 Alderman Ann McMunn and Joe Stewart, whose ward […]

SBM Aviva Hinjawadi, Pune | Price list,...

Description of the property SBM Aviva is a Hinjewadi residential property located in Pune which is spread over a large area. These included 1 BHK 455.00 SQ.FT, 37.46 L and 2 BHK 619.00 SQ.FT, 56.44 L at a reasonable price. The project is ready to start. Professionals working in the surrounding IT cluster should not […]

How Pacific Islanders fared under lockdo...

Article body copy In Solodamu, a village on the steep north coast of densely forested and sparsely populated Kadavu Island, Suliasi Lau looks back on the COVID-19 lockdown of early 2020 with a note of nostalgia. “It was a beautiful time,” he says. “We couldn’t go to the shops because of the pandemic, […]

JASON SMITH LIVES FOR COUNTY JUDGE

Jason Smith, County Judge Candidate, Group 1 Longtime Florida Keys attorney Jason Smith is the second person to announce his candidacy for county judge in Group 1. The primary election is August 23. “I’m ready from day one to sit fairly and impartially because I have a passion for justice,” Smith said. “We live in […]

Meet the North Texas entrepreneur who is...

To put it simply, TimeMD was ahead of the curve. The telehealth company focuses its services on the higher education market and dramatically expanded its reach less than a year before the pandemic ushered most of the world into remote care. Today, the company serves more than 800,000 students in 200 schools nationwide with mental […]

Once again, Zelensky escapes an assassin...

Oluwasegun Babalola with agency report Posted March 22, 2022 Ukrainian counterintelligence claims to have foiled a possible assassination attempt on President Volodymyr Zelensky. A group of Russian saboteurs led by a secret service agent was arrested in the town of Uzhhorod, in the border area between Ukraine, Slovakia and Hungary, Ukraine UNIEN Press Agency reported. […]

“Waiting parcel notice” shipments: scam

Postcard-size mailings with the words “Pending Parcel Notice” and “Final Notice” have been circulating in mailboxes since at least the early 2000s. mail we looked for this story led to a company named Nuvia Water. The origins of a few of the other mailed cards were unclear. We first reported this type of notice in […]

12 last-minute local gifts you can buy y...

Mother’s Day is just around the corner and there’s plenty you can gift your mum across Liverpool She spent years picking up your dirty socks off the floor, chasing you to school when you forgot your PE kit, and hugging you when your last love broke your heart – and she is always there with […]

5 Best impression in Cleveland, OH

Below is a list of the best print shops in Cleveland. To help you find the best print located near you in Cleveland, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. Cleveland’s best impression: The top rated Impressions in Cleveland, OH are: Foot print – has the ability and experience […]

How Skywalk Joe refocused its business d...

You’ll see him at lunchtime, strolling the temperature-controlled halls of the skywalk. He dons a backpack full of brochures to restock the take-out shelves and brandishes a rag, battling teen mischief one wipe at a time. Moving quickly, his feet carry him through familiar twists and turns. His mind is interested in circulation patterns, cataloging […]

20,000 ROE is a milestone for success

By Candace Baker, LSRP, Langan March 21, 2022 If current trends continue, the Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRPs) will, in 2022, release their 20,000th Response Action Result or RAO. This exciting milestone is a testament to the success of the LSRP program. Success was not a foregone conclusion in 2009 when the Site Remediation Reform […]

USA TODAY Network Newspaper Crossword, T...

Note: Most subscribers have some, but not all, of the puzzles that match the following set of solutions for their local newspaper. CROSSWORDS USA TODAY Crossword (Available to play digitally at puzzles.usatoday.com.) Los Angeles Times Crossword Today’s Crossword Suburban Daily Crossword SUDOKU clutter Jumble: LAGOON BUTTER PLACEMAT TOKEN Answer: They added up the cost of […]

Wellesley Board of Health rejects varian...

Blue Moon Smoke Shopwhich operates nearly a dozen stores that sell smoking and vaping paraphernalia, had its bid to operate in a former convenience store in Wellesley Lower Falls unanimously rejected by the health board on March 17 (see Wellesley Media Recording about 11 minutes). Blue Moon may seek an alternate location in Wellesley, but […]

Industry Analysis of Digital Magazine Pu...

Publication of digital magazines Market Size 2022 Industry Share, Strategies, Growth Analysis, Regional Demand, Revenue, Key Players and Forecast Research Report 2030 A recent market research report added to the repository of Credible markets is an in-depth analysis of Global digital magazine publishing market. Based on the historical growth analysis and current scenario of the […]

Appalachian news veterans are quitting t...

February 27andMargaret Sullivan of the Washington Post published an article titled “This rural news start-up has two reporters and an editor without broadband. Already, it had an impact“, and suddenly the whole world is made aware of the story of a digital-only Appalachian news site called The Cardinal News. Founded in July 2021 and going […]

Customs decongests ports with a new insp...

The Nigeria Customs Service has revealed that the introduction of its non-intrusive inspection regime will help decongest the country’s ports. He added that his new scanners would be able to handle 400 containers daily when deployed at ports and border points across the country. This was revealed by the Deputy Comptroller General of Customs on […]

Inc. names Portage one of the fastest gr...

Inc. magazine has again named a Portage-based packaging maker one of the fastest growing private companies in the Midwest. Inc. is a national publication covering entrepreneurship and business that is best known for its annual Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest growing companies. Earlier this week, it released the Inc. 5000 Regionals to showcase […]

Some of the best spring skiing and snowb...

No, I’m not kidding. Despite recent mild temperatures, every ski resort in the region (which is open) has good side-by-side coverage on the slopes for today and Sunday. It should be a nice weekend to play on the slopes, and there are still EIGHT of the SIXTEEN ski areas to play on in the Southeast […]

Fresno councilman raises alarm over city...

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Have you ever heard the story of the politician who cried wolf? It’s about a member of the city council who spends his time showing off and waving unfounded […]

Vermont Everyone Eats Funding Extended T...

Innovative program offering restaurant meals to local consumers continues Vermont Business Magazine Vermont Everyone Eats (VEE), the unique COVID-19 recovery program that provides Vermonters impacted by COVID with prepared meals prepared by Vermont restaurants using locally grown and produced ingredients, will continue through July 1, 2022. The program was previously scheduled to end on March […]

ASUU kicks off as NASS pushes for 186 un...

The University Academic Staff Union has opposed the introduction of new bills for the establishment of new universities in Nigeria. ASUU questioned why the government would push for the establishment of new universities while ignoring those that currently exist in rundown states. Saturday PUNCH reports that the National Universities Commission, the regulatory body for universities […]

Early’s Innovation Wellness continues it

EARLY – Tori Wheeler, Director of Innovation Wellness Health Spa at Early, knows first-hand the values ​​of treatments including Infrared Light Therapy, Compression Therapy and Cyrotherapy – therapies available in the five-year-old company. Wheeler was a multi-sport athlete from Blanket High School when her father, who was also her coach, brought her to Innovation Wellness. […]

Madison Magazine selected as a finalist ...

In addition to national awards, the magazine has won eight Milwaukee Press Club awards. March 18, 2022 2:31 p.m. Job : March 18, 2022 2:31 p.m. Courtesy of CRMACRMA Magazine Finalist of 2021 Madison Magazine was selected as a finalist in two categories by the City and Regional Magazine Association’s national awards competition. The first […]

Many community newspapers will go out of...

Many community newspapers in Massachusetts will cease their print edition this spring Updated: 9:56 a.m. EDT March 18, 2022 Many Massachusetts community newspapers will stop printing paper editions this spring. Several WickedLocal newspapers operated by Gannett are affected and published the announcement this week. The list includes Beacon Villager, Brookline Tab, Carver Reporter, Kingston Reporter, […]

Polka Press Open Studio – Isthmus

Madison has long been a center of progressive printmaking, and this day opens some of the inner sanctuaries to the public. Madison College will showcase its brand new state-of-the-art printing lab on the Truax campus from 1 to 4 p.m. with demonstrations, souvenir letterpress printing, and the opportunity to screen print a t-shirt. Polka Press, […]

Pamplin professor explores the psycholog...

Recent political history has shown that conservative leaders in the United States tend to vote against expanding federal welfare or social safety net programs. But are conservative-leaning citizens less likely than their liberal-leaning peers to enroll in these programs and accept help for themselves? That’s the question Virginia Tech’s Shreyans Goenka answered with his recent […]

National Bank Huntington Ranks Top 50 on...

For the third consecutive year, Huntington’s commitment to its colleagues Experience is nationally recognized for its unique training programs Columbus, Ohio, March 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ –Huntington Bancshares, Inc. (Nasdaq: HBAN) ranked in the top 50 on Training magazines APEX Training Awards 2022 listing. Training APEX Awards rankings are determined by evaluating a range of qualitative […]

VSD Rifles achieve another undefeated se...

The Valley Stream District Rifle Team capped off an undefeated winter season, winning another county championship at Glen Cove High School on February 15. With a team score of 773 out of 800, Valley Stream took first place by a slim 4 points, squeaking to victory over the Sewanhaka District team. Junior and upcoming team […]

EV Grieve: Archie’s Press

Text and photos by Stacie Joy I can’t wait to meet Archie Archambault, the mind behind Archie’s Press, a new print art and card shop at 219 E. 10th St between First Avenue and Second Avenue. Also an East Village resident, Archie greets me at the shop before office hours, shows me the prints, cards […]

A visit to Archie’s Press on 10th Street

Text and photos by Stacie Joy I can’t wait to meet Archie Archambault, the mind behind Archie’s Press, a new print art and card shop at 219 E. 10th St between First Avenue and Second Avenue. Also an East Village resident, Archie greets me at the shop before office hours, shows me the prints, cards […]

A look back at 50 years of creating beau...

Godine, who speaks quickly, with traces of a Bostonian accent, can get carried away when it comes to books, and speaks of printers as one speaks of movie stars. He also likes to mention typefaces – Bembo, Baskerville, Garamond, Caslon and Janson come up often – and the names of fine papers: Amalfi, Fabriano, Nideggen. […]

King Library Press Spring Book Arts Week...

LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 17, 2022) – Join University of Kentucky Libraries’ King Library Press for its Spring 2022 Book Arts Weekend with Traveling Printer Chris Fritton. Fritton will kick off the weekend with the free public lecture “Painting with the Press” at 7 p.m. Friday, March 25, in the Great Hall of the Margaret I. […]

Explore the Mid-West Historic District

Looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth? Step into Sassie Cakes for a hit of cookie dough, a French macaron, or a dumpster cup – a version of “cake in a jar, only better!” Pictured: The brass rail entrance and wall painting Henry’s is the foodie destination for […]

Activity groups come out of hibernation ...

Business groups come out of hibernation By MADELINE REIDA Personal editor The fickle weather hasn’t stopped health coaches Ginger Becker and Joni Enns from walking with a group once a month. Starting in January, they decided to walk or jog around Marion County Lake on the first Saturday of every month. Others have joined the […]

Print for all – Isthmus

Madison has long been a center of progressive printmaking, and this day opens some of the inner sanctuaries to the public. Madison College will showcase its brand new state-of-the-art printing lab on the Truax campus (room D1507) from 1-4 p.m. with demonstrations, souvenir letterpress printing, and the opportunity to screen print a t-shirt. Polka Press, […]

The 2022 Mann Libraries Conference offer...

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Tia Blassingame, Ben Blount, and Tamar Evangelestia-Dougherty — members of the Book/Print Artist/Scholar of Color Collective — will be the distinguished speakers at the 2022 Penn State University Libraries Charles W. Mann Jr. Lecture in the Book Arts on Thursday, March 31 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. via Zoom. During […]

Dallas Spa Deals You Should Try This Spr...

After a particularly cold winter, it’s time for the glory of spring. We’ve only got a few months before the blistering summer heat sets in, so we’ve rounded up several hot tub deals that are sure to give you the spring renewal you need. After your treatment at the new Highland Spa, you will be […]

IN PICTURES: WYLAND RESTORES LANDMARK MU...

One of Marathon’s most iconic works of art received a facelift on March 2 when world-renowned artist and conservationist Wyland returned to Kmart Square to touch up the “Whaling Wall #87 – Florida’s Radiant Reef”, originally painted with Guy Harvey in 2001. With equipment donated by Sunbelt Rentals, paint donated by Sherwin Wiliams, and booths […]

‘Just unfathomable’: baby hospitalized,

GREENSBURG, Ind. – A man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder after he allegedly attacked his infant granddaughter in Greensburg. At present, 5-month-old Bryleigh Adams remains at Riley Children’s Hospital, where her family say she continues to show signs of improvement, but still has a long way to go. They hope to be […]

How Your Caffeine Addiction Is Harming M...

Article body copy Whether it’s sipping a cappuccino or drinking an energy drink, people are turning to caffeine as the world’s most popular stimulant. What these enthusiasts may not appreciate is that caffeine passing through the human body and flushed down the toilet finds its way through sewage treatment plants and into the […]

On this day, March 16: 1st black America...

1/7 On March 16, 1827, Freedom’s Journal, the first black-owned and operated newspaper in the United States, was published in New York City. File photo courtesy of The Afro-American Press/Wikimedia March 16 (UPI) — On this historical date: In 1802, the United States Congress authorized the establishment of the United States Military Academy at West […]

Bella Hadid addresses nose job, filler a...

Beautiful Hadid. Broadimage/Shutterstock Clear up the confusion! While rumors and speculation about Bella Hadids plastic surgery has been whirling for years, the 25-year-old model has officially set the record straight. In a Tuesday, March 15, interview with Vogue, the runway star confirmed that she had her nose done — at the age of 14 no […]

Angelina Yacht Croatia adopts a new iden...

Croatia’s leading sailing charter provider, Angelina Yacht Croatia, announces the launch of a new brand strategy with updated identity guidelines on service offerings. Angelina Yacht Charter Croatia recently updated its brand identity as part of the company’s rebranding process to improve its visibility. The move, which includes the rebranding of the company’s logotype, follows the […]

Newspaper business will also have a busy...

(File photo) The Louisiana Press Association’s new lobbying team faces a regular session that will target a vital part of the newspaper industry: ad revenue. There are also growing concerns about other bills that could change the in-person nature of public meetings and limit how journalists access certain public law enforcement records. “It’s going to […]

Improve your real estate listings in 202...

In 2022, the traditional offline channels for marketing real estate ads are no longer enough. While flyers and brochures can be helpful, you need to do more to maintain a competitive edge. Today’s consumers, both tenants and investors, tend to educate themselves before contacting a broker. Since today’s consumers want a way to appraise your […]

Olivia Jade dazzles in green for The Hou...

Olivia Jade stars in The House Magazine’s Art and Entertainment issue. The 22-year-old influencer wore a green three-piece ensemble for the cover of the publicationshowing off her impeccable style. In the magazine, she opened up about how she started her YouTube channel, her run on Dancing with the Stars, and how she dealt with internet […]

Coaches and Athletes Respond to Transgen...

A new law was signed by Gov. Kim Reynolds on March 3 that regulates who can participate in what sport, prompting reactions from all sides of the issue within a week of its passage. The Iowa Legislature passed Internal File 2416 in late February, which prohibits transgender girls and women from competing in women’s sports […]

Minuteman Press franchise in Libertyvill...

CHICAGO & LIBERTYVILLE, Ill., March 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tamika and Martin Neal are the new owners of their Minuteman Press franchise located at 113 E. Cook Ave., Libertyville IL 60048. They recently held their grand opening in conjunction with the GLMV Chamber of Commerce. Tamika says, “To Minuteman Press in Libertyville, we pride […]

Newburyport’s Carmine offers classic cui

Recognizing and honoring family ties is essential for Luca Onofri, chef and owner of the new Carmine restaurant in Newburyport. And it shows in his moving interpretations of classic Italian dishes, many of which are inspired by those close to him. From light and moist meatballs to hearty and rich bolognese, the Peabody native doesn’t […]

Super Bowl champ Brady announces return ...

Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady said Sunday he has changed his mind about retirement and will return to the NFL next season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady won six titles in 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, then moved the Bucs in 2020 and led them to a championship. But Tampa Bay […]

Global Brochure Design Software Market 2...

MarketQuest.biz reported the consequences of a point-by-point research on Global Brochure Design Software Market from 2022 to 2028. It shows market size and CAGR for all parts and sub-fragments of the Brochure Design Software market. It gives market information about advancements, improvements, article shipments, organizations, elite appropriation agreements and different points for the Brochure Design […]

Arrest in homicide case near Atlanta Bel...

Tom Arnold (Photo courtesy of Greg Levine, Trees Atlanta) Atlanta police have arrested one suspect and are looking for two others in the Feb. 26 shooting death of Thomas Arnold, 60, near the Atlanta Beltline in Inman Park. Brandon Williams, 28, was arrested at a hotel near Atlanta airport on Saturday and APD is looking […]

Explore and download over 220,000 Japane...

“Actors Arashi Kitsusaburō (R) and Sawamura Kunitarō (L)”, Ukiyo-e print by Gigado Ashiyuki, 1828. (Photo: MFA via ukiyo-e.org) Japan has a rich and colorful artistic history. At the end of the 17th century, woodblock printing became a popular means of artistic expression. Known as ukiyo e– i.e. pictures of the floating world – these stunning […]

Things to do in Denver this weekend, Mar...

It may be chilly outside, but the entertainment options are really heating up for the weekend. Aspen is having a big birthday, local runways will be full of fashion, the curtain is going up on new theater offerings – and it’s your last chance to catch Kate Rattlesnake. Check out our list of free events […]

Best Travel Table | FOX 4 Kansas City W...

Which travel table is the best? Just because you’re spending time outdoors doesn’t mean you have to sit on the ground to eat or have a drink with friends. Travel tables are designed with portability in mind, so most are lightweight, easy to set up and transport, and compact when folded. the G4Free Folding Camping […]

Travels with Charlie: Harness Racing Ret...

You can’t equate the town of Hawkinsville in Pulaski County with horse racing. But every year, at the onset of winter, the central Georgia town is the destination for many harnessed racehorse owners and trainers from as far north as Canada, bringing with them dozens of their most successful drivers and trotters. taken. One Mile […]

Here are some local events to put on you...

A popular market in Houma has changed its name. The downtown Houma Farmers’ Market, formerly located in the South Louisiana Seed parking lot, was relocated when the store recently ceased operations. The market resumed business from 3 p.m. to dusk every Tuesday in the Houma Main Library parking lot, 151 Library drive. From farmers to […]

This week in the food industry March 12,...

Part 1 Max Armstrong kicks off at Commodity Classic in New Orleans by talking about energy with American Farm Bureaus’ Zippy Duval. Mike interviews Dan Hueber of the Hueber Report, to discuss this week’s USDA WASDE report and a preview of the March 31 planting intentions report. Part 2 Dan Hueber of The Hueber Report […]

Crisis: Akpanudoedehe has not resigned f...

Alhaji Salisu Dambatta, publicity director of the Congress of All Progressives, denied reports that John Akpanudoedehe has resigned as secretary of the interim and planning committee for the party’s extraordinary convention. Dambatta, in a press release on Saturday, said Akpanudoedehe remained the party’s CECPC secretary. Dambatta said this while reacting to media reports that Akpanudoedehe […]

Sharma denies copying Spender’s teal bro

Wentworth MP Dave Sharma defended sending political communications in the same teal color as his independent rival Allegra Spender without mentioning his Liberal Party affiliation. Ms Spender, one of the high-profile ‘climate independents’ backed by Simon Holmes a Court’s Climate 200 campaign, is challenging Mr Sharma for the previously secure Liberal seat in Sydney’s eastern […]

How my father, ACF spokesperson, died –

The national publicity secretary of the pan-Nordic socio-political organization Arewa Consultative Forum, Chief Emmanuel Yawe, has died. One of his daughters, Talatu, confirmed the sad news of her father’s death to our correspondent in Kaduna on Friday. While confirming her father’s death, she stated that her father died in his sleep. “Yeah that’s right. He […]

A Paper Fashion Show Creates a Runway Wo...

Brielle Killip is not a fashion designer, although she is making two dresses for an upcoming fashion show. She also doesn’t use fabric to make the dresses – they are created from paper. Killip is making the dresses for the upcoming Paper Fashion Show, which has been held every spring since 2004 (except for last […]

Kickstart Town Hall, a women-run event s...

Lauren Beno and Denise Day, who have been best friends for a decade, began talking several years ago about using their collective marketing skills to open an event space in the heart of Santa Fe’s arts district. These efforts, Town Hall Collaborative, will open in May, but Day and Beno hope to raise enough funds […]

Westerville Police Division’s new tool m

Anyone in Westerville can now report minor incidents with the click of a button using their computer or smart device or by visiting a kiosk available in the lobby of Westerville Police Division Headquarters at 29 S State St. Police Lt. Brian Spoon said the division is partnering with LexisNexis and its Coplogic office officer […]

Debut (03/11/22) – D Magazine

The storm is coming. Today is March 11 and we are subject to a winter weather advisory until 6 p.m. This means: the Dallas-Fort Worth area may see up to a tenth of an inch of sleet and snow. The risk is greater the further north you are. The National Weather Service expects winter mixing […]

My top 5 something: Steffi Sorensen

Steffi Sorensen 🏀 Steffi Sorensen has been an ESPN college basketball analyst for nearly a decade. Steffi doesn’t just play an expert role on TV, she was voted Most Valuable Player and team captain at the University of Florida where she set three-point shooting records and earned a degree in telecommunications in 2010. Steffi divides […]

Hear our cries projects youth policy

PlatteForum’s ArtLab program offers studio internships for select Denver-area high school students to develop their artistic sensibilities through workshops and projects with professional artists. The program encourages interns to explore social issues through works of art; the most recent internships will culminate in the exhibition Hear our cries, which is now visible until Friday, March […]

A Facebook hack could have wiped out Tim...

It’s an old rule in comics: never believe that something is really gone if there’s no body. And even then, wait. That’s what came to mind when Time Warp Comics and Games in Boulder went radio (or internet) silent in late January. There were rumors that Time Warp was gone, but luckily that wasn’t the […]

Nicki Minaj says magazines wouldn’t let

Get the Insider app A personalized feed, digest mode, and ad-free experience. Download the app close icon Two crossed lines that form an ‘X’. It indicates a way to close an interaction or dismiss a notification. Nicki Minaj opened up about feeling left out of fashion magazines in a Joe Budden Podcast interview. She said […]

Marketing Assistant – New York, NY, Unit

foggy finger Employer: New York, New York, United StatesLocation: Thu 10 March ’22Posted on: Full timeType: Fogarty Finger is an award-winning interdisciplinary design studio dedicated to creating spaces in the urban built environment. The company is headquartered in New York with offices in Atlanta and Boston. The company’s team of more than 125 architects and […]

CONCH BASEBALL & SOFTBALL BOTH UNDEFEATE

The Key West High baseball team extended its unbeaten streak to 4-0 last weekend, beating Barron Collier twice, 13-4 on Friday March 4 and 4-2 on Saturday night. This weekend, March 11 and 12, the 7:30 p.m. opponent each night will be Merritt Island. In Friday’s game, Preston Herce was the star with a home […]

‘Nineteenth Century Photography in Colum

by David Sokosh and Lisa Weilbacker The CCHS presents the third series of spring 2022 conferences: ‘Nineteenth Century Photography in Columbia County’ a zoom discussion by David Sokosh & Lisa Weilbacker Join Lisa Weilbacker and David Sokosh as they examine early photographs from the CCHS collection, discuss their place in photographic history, and share information […]

ITA renames Showtime | Accents for the ...

HIGH POINT – The new name of the semester International Textile Alliance trade show formerly known as Showtime is intertwined. “Interwoven talks about connectivity, craftsmanship and what makes this show and the ITA organization special,” said Carrie Dillon, CEO of the International Textile Alliance. “We are thrilled to bring an elevated experience to our show, […]

Bitcoin and the tragedy of Afghanistan

So we all remember the absolute abyss the tragedy it was the United States Withdrawal Afghan theatre, right? And I’m emphasizing the word “tragedy” here to keep in line with “pandemic ethicist” Dr Julie Ponessclarification during a recent discussion with John Vallis of the word, using it to describe a negative outcome brought about by […]