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Grants to support regional and local new...

Applications for the Government of Albania’s $15 million Regional and Local Newspaper Publishers Program are open today, Monday, August 1, 2022, through the GrantConnect website. The scheme will deliver on Labour’s commitment to support eligible print publishers by helping them absorb newsprint price increases, which threaten the sustainability of newspapers and journalism jobs across Australia. […]

Day of Hope and Healing gives families w...

BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) – The Buffalo Day of Hope and Healing is making sure families have everything they need as the new school year approaches. A mother told 7 News she has 10 children at home and seven of them will return to the Buffalo Public School District. “With inflation and prices, school supplies are […]

6 Questions to Center’s Kim Hamilton Duf

We ask builders in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space what they think of the industry…and throw in a few random zingers to keep them on their toes! This week our 6 Questions go to Kim Hamilton Duffy, director of identity and standards at the Center Consortium – an open source technology project designed to create […]

Future of print newspapers looks bleak a...

Veteran journalist and wartime researcher Martin Debattista said print newspapers have been in decline for years and the future of the print version looks bleak, while the importance of online news gains momentum. “I sincerely believe in online newspapers as a bastion of professional journalism and an informed point of view in our post-truth society, […]

Remembering Cinematographer Tom Richmond...

Thomas Richmond Cinematographer Tom Richmond, who shot many seminal feature films that launched numerous directorial careers, died yesterday in New York. He was 72 years old. Tom’s career began in the early 1980s. After earning an undergraduate degree in photography from Harvard, then studying at AFI, he worked as a second cameraman on Alex Cox’s […]

LCAC organizes a conference | New

The Limestone Child Advocacy Center (LCAC) hosted a conference Friday at the Beasley Center bringing together law enforcement, the Department of Human Resources, LCAC staff, prosecutors, judges, CASA workers and more to introduce the multidisciplinary team (MDT) approach in responding to cases of child abuse and neglect. MDT is widely considered best practice in these […]

CWG: Nigeria out of women’s tennis team

The Nigerian women’s table tennis team have withdrawn from the 2022 Commonwealth Games team event underway in Birmingham, after losing 3-2 to England on Saturday, while the men qualified for the quarter-finals of the event with a 3-0 victory. on Cyprus, reports The PUNCH. Offiong Edem and Fatimo Bello beat English duo Maria Tsaptsinos and […]

Johnny Depp earns millions with sold-out...

Hollywood star Johnny Depp’s first art collection ‘Friends and Heroes’ sold out within hours on a London art gallery’s website on Thursday, earning the actor millions. According to Fox News, Castle Fine Art Gallery has listed 780 prints featuring pop art-style portraits of Bob Dylan, Elizabeth Taylor, Al Pacino and Keith Richards. “This world premiere […]

Bitcoin Overcomes Probability Energy – B

This is an opinion piece by Mickey Koss, a West Point graduate with a degree in economics. He spent four years in the infantry before moving to the Finance Corps. Imagine if you will, a seller of items that only worked in certain weather conditions. A car that only drives when the weather is nice. […]

Owensboro girl draws national attention ...

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) – In October, an 11-year-old girl decided to start her own newspaper. Since then, her article has grown in popularity and even received national attention. When Audrey Neel started the Owensboro Kids Chronicle, she didn’t think it would get much attention. “I didn’t expect it to be big or anything,” Audrey said. […]

Review of France: An Adventure History b...

Comment this story Comment For France’s intellectual elite, moving effortlessly through a conversation “du coq à l’âne” (from cock to donkey) — as in, from one subject to another — is an asset. Among English-speaking notables, Benjamin Franklin was a master of the game. As American minister to France during the Revolutionary War, he pursued […]

Paper Epiphanies Launches Earth’s First

Sad Girls Bar NFTs Debut Physical Typography Collection PORTLAND, Oregon, July 29, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Paper Epiphanies, greeting card publisher and concept store, today announced the launch of the first-of-its-kind Web3 card collaboration with metaverse favorite Sad Girls Bar. This collection is the first in an ongoing initiative by the company in what they call – OG […]

PaydayNow: What is the revenue model for...

Consider any area you are interested in learning more about, and there is almost always a magazine devoted to that topic. Several periodicals give information on various issues, ranging from sports to gardening to locations to beauty.  How can these publications continue to offer you this information month after month while still making a profit […]

Is bitcoin a new type of property? -Bit...

The below is a direct excerpt from Marty’s Bent Issue #1243: “Is bitcoin the emergence of a new type of property in the eyes of the law?” Subscribe to the newsletter here. Preston Byrne makes a strong argument that bitcoin will eventually be labeled as a new type of property and its understanding might be […]

Healthy: Spend time with a book or journ...

According to the Pew Research Center, nearly two-thirds of Americans agree that social media has a negative effect on society, and it’s no surprise that something so pervasive can have such an effect on humans. From the moment the alarm goes off to the nightly routine of plugging in a phone for bedtime, […]

Dolores County offers two tax questions ...

Dolores County is proposing two tax questions in the Nov. 8 ballot. Pictured is Dove Creek, the county seat. (Photo from newspaper file) The sales tax would offset oil and gas revenues; tenant tax would go to tourism and support housing and childcare Dolores County will ask voters for a 2.9 percent sales tax and […]

Jecorey’s Louisville (7.28.22) – Louisvi

You know those “______’s Louisville” banners on the sides of buildings all over town? Ali and Jennifer Lawrence and Diane Sawyer and more “notable” names. We believe white should be for all of us. (Who do you think Louisville Magazine should interview about our city? you can tell us here.) Here are the answers from […]

Paper or Prada? : A fashion designer cr...

Lashanda White-Owens Twenty dollars worth of newspapers and a vision were the only things local fashion designer Lashanda White-Owens needed to create a centerpiece worthy of rivaling the most eccentric fashion icons. Lady Gaga may have walked the 2013 American Music Awards on a faux white horse in a Versace dress, but even the fashion […]

Shueisha Releases Eiichiro Oda’s One Pie

Just a few days later One Piece Celebrating the 25th anniversary, Shueisha unveiled a special A play series creator Eiichiro Oda’s art collection worth over 1 million yen. The collection was recently revealed as part of Shueisha Manga-Art Heritage and includes two collections with a total of three artworks. In case you are unfamiliar, Shueisha […]

Busy month of exhibitions and events at ...

Eclectic Mix by Michele Morrod Spokesperson David Abu said: “Get ready to explore the wealth of local creative talent at Colonnade House that we have yet to come. “In August, Tom Boulton of typetom.com is once again transforming the gallery into his print studio, and you’ll find an interactive exhibition between dinosaurs and the trippy […]

Bitcoin is the lifeboat after hurricanes...

This is an opinion editorial by Gabriel Vazquez, contributor for Bitcoin Magazine. Bitcoin maximalism is seen by many as a “toxic” trait, a brand of culture war waged by veteran holders, OGs and whales who will do anything to pump their bags. In this brief article, I explain how that couldn’t be further from the […]

Enjoy a Rockin’ Nordic Fest with #Decora

Wednesday, July 27, 2022 6:33 PM Rockers of all ages came to Art in the Park in June, hosted by Driftless Multimedia and Decorah Rocks. Everyone is invited to join the #DecorahRocks fun at Nordic Fest this weekend. (Driftless multimedia photo by Samantha Ludeking) Driftless Multimedia is teaming up with Decorah […]

Ithaca Artists’ Market – The Voice of It

August 12, 2022 12:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The 30th Annual Ithaca Artists Market. See live. Buy it local!Friday, August 12, 12:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Ithaca Farmers Market The Community Arts Partnership’s Ithaca Artist’s Market is back for the 30th year.On Friday, August 12, from noon to 7:30 p.m., the annual Ithaca […]

Grateful Dead, Foo Fighters Among CT Art...

For concert poster collectors, perhaps no artist has influenced the culture of the medium as much as Alton Kelley. The Connecticut-born artist, who worked for a time as a welder at Sikorsky in Stratford, helped define the visual aesthetic of the 1960s counterculture with his psychedelic-inspired posters and artwork . At the time, Kelley’s work […]

Bogart Wealth Listed in SmartAsset and F...

“We are extremely pleased to be included in these rankings and very proud of our growth over the past few years” – James Bogart Tweet that To see the full Financial Advisor Magazine RIA rankings, please click here. To see their full list of fastest growing companies, please click here. RANKED BY SMARTASSET AS THE […]

What Other Newspapers Are Saying: An Int...

There really is nothing to win, at a basic level, when it comes to balancing wages and prices. Americans 50 and older have seen enough to fully realize it as inflation hits levels not seen in four decades. Americans under 50? Everything is new to them. We thus offer a brief lesson in […]

The Venice Film Festival announces its 2...

Ana de Armas portrays Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s Blonde The line-up for the 79th Venice Film Festival is now online, a day after Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don Delillo’s novel White noise was announced as the opening night movie. Among the films announced today are Andrew Dominik Blondby Darren Aronofsky The whaleby Joanna Hogg […]

Badger Tag & Label offers digital facade

Last year, the global conventional and rapid prototyping market was valued at just over $22 billion. This is expected to continue to rise and is expected to reach $78 billion by 2031. In order for a quick and working prototype to be created that looks exactly like the proposed final product, many companies rely on […]

Lindbergh reviews district safety measur...

Background checks include four screening questions The inauguration of the Long Elementary School’s secure vestibule. The Lindbergh Board of Education heard a presentation on district safety procedures at a July 21 workshop. The presentation highlighted recent safety improvements and how the district handles hiring processes. District Safety and Security Coordinator Terrell Baker briefed the council […]

Frontline Ukrainian town just wants ‘pea

Soledar has been under constant bombardment for more than three months – Copyright AFP DAVID MCNEW There is little Soledar left. A church, a few food shops and a hardware store in the basement. Located right next to the frontline, this mining town in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine, where several thousand people still […]

A shift towards transparency – D Magazin

Transparency around corporate governance policies and environmental and social issues, such as climate change and diversity, equity and inclusion, has become essential for hiring and retention as job seekers jobs are looking for employers whose values ​​match theirs. “If you’re not forward-thinking and addressing ESG issues, your employees, regulators or consumers will really start to […]

3 personality traits will help you gain ...

The interesting thing about fantasy football is that you have to have the kind of personality and mindset to be successful. Fantasy football participants are determined and analytical. They are creative and intelligent and know how to use their heads to best interpret all the information available. That said, there are a few other personality […]

St. Paul’s Lutheran School welcomed gues

WAVERLY — St. Paul’s Lutheran School welcomed guests to the school’s homecoming celebration held on Saturday, July 16. Many of these guests were former students or former staff of St. Paul’s Lutheran School. An open house featured different memorabilia, 4th grade wax museum projects and models of American monuments and memorials created by 6th graders. […]

Continental’s beer brochure named 2022 C

Continental, one of the world’s largest suppliers of tires and automotive technology, has collaborated with renowned advertising agency VMYL&R COMMERCE on a personalized beer to celebrate 150 years in business. Called The Beer Brochure, it was recently shortlisted for the 2022 Cannes Lions Awards for Creative Excellence in the Consumer Services B2B category. Only 10% […]

Win tickets to WWE Summerslam in Nashvil...

The biggest party of the summer, WWE SummerSlam, is July 30, and we’ve got your chance to be a part of the action! SummerSlam is one of the biggest events held by WWE each year. I for one can’t wait to see what happens THIS Saturday, when WWE takes over Nashville, Tennessee for one epic […]

The summer 2022 edition of INFLUENCE mag...

Less me. More winning. I never know what I’m going to write about the latest issue of INFLUENCE magazine until the very last minute. I need to see the whole book – we call the magazine a book – before I can come up with a topic for this column. Flipping through the pages of […]

KEY WEST CHARTER CAPTAIN TO RETIRE AFTER...

Captain Joe Mercurio still wakes up at 5:30 a.m. every morning, but now he no longer has to check the wind and sea forecast while loading ice and gear onto his Triple Time charter boat at A&B Marina. Mercurio, who has been an integral part of Key West waters since his family moved here in […]

Downtown Clarksville’s past was preserve

Historic downtown Clarksville offers a resurgent collection of fashionable shops and restaurants, but the structures in which these businesses are housed also have a rich past that many believe should be well documented and remembered. That’s the goal of a new project local curators are calling “Clarksville Then and Now.” As part of this effort, […]

Southern Maryland Mourns Skipjack Builde...

Francis R. Goddard, captain of prolific southern Maryland skipjack builder, Francis R. Goddard, of Piney Point, Md., died July 13. Goddard built over 150 boats in his lifetime, but he is best known for the two skipjacks he built. In 1979, he built the 56-foot sailing skipjack Dee of St. Mary (which today sails from […]

Austin American-Statesman Comment Summar...

San Antonio Express-News July 21 editorial, “Is what’s good for Musk good for Texas?” The grand vision of frequent launches to the Moon and Mars from a futuristic spaceport with a complex seems to be fading. In February, when asked about his “long-term” vision for the site, Musk told a reporter that he thought Starbase […]

Doha Municipality conducts awareness cam...

A Doha Municipality official explaining to workers the standard specifications for food safety during the campaign. Doha: The Municipality of Doha has implemented awareness campaigns for workers in food establishments within its administrative borders. The campaigns were organized to give instructions, present the health requirements to be respected, according to standardized specifications, and show the […]

12 products that will sell out fast

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships, so we may receive compensation for certain links to products and services. The 2022 Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is upon us! What are you going to buy? With deals in all categories including fashion, beauty and home essentials, this is truly one of our most anticipated sales of the year! Early […]

Final whistle for the ‘pink ‘un’: UK foo

IIt’s the slowest death ever, but yesterday’s ‘final Saturday’ edition of a singular British institution will be just that. While for the past 20 years the beloved pinks and greens (and sometimes blues and buffs) have vanished from towns and villages across the country, Portsmouth’s Saturday night sports mail, 119, was the last newspaper dedicated […]

Despite Jan. 6 hearings, Trump fans in C...

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. San Luis Obispo County Supervisor candidate Dr. Bruce Jones, right, greets visitors to the Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles as a cutout of Donald Trump looks on in the […]

CVF Vietnam Tribute Magazine July 23 Sta...

The Saturday July 23 print edition of The Andalusia Star-News includes a magazine developed by the Covington Veterans Foundation to coincide with the arrival next week of the traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall. The magazine features the stories of the 19 men whose hometowns were in Covington County at the time of their enlistment, as well […]

Forget newspapers and TV, people in the ...

There was a time when people in the UK followed the news via the BBC, The Guardian or 24-hour news channels. But that age may soon be coming to an end… because of TikTok. In fact, the social network is increasingly treated as a source of information by British Internet users. Even if they are […]

Huber Heights Police Bridge Language Div...

HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) — The city of Huber Heights has a large Hispanic community and not everyone speaks the same language. The police department is doing its part to close the gap. “Sometimes we respond to calls as police officers when the people we’re communicating with don’t speak English,” Huber Heights Police Officer Nick […]

Corporate Citizenship and Nonprofit Awar...

Backed by strong corporate support, Dallas-Fort Worth has one of the strongest and most active nonprofit communities in the country. His strength was on full display and celebrated at The Factory in Deep Ellum as the winners were revealed at CEOof the fifth annual Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards, presented in partnership with the Communities […]

KEY WEST LOSES MUSICAL LEGEND BILL BLUE

Bill Blue was an internationally acclaimed blues musician whose musical roots brought him to Key West in the 1980s. Blue died July 15 after a battle with throat cancer. The photos above are taken from his last album cover “Mojolation” in 2013. RALPH DE PALMA/Soul of Key West (Editor’s Note: In tribute to the late […]

The full brochure has now been released ...

London, United Kingdom, July 22, 2022 — (PR.com) — With the pace of mechanical developments and applications only growing, power management considerations for armored vehicles of the future remain a fundamental element to keep pace functional capability of the world army. Power systems support a wide range of execution measures for armored vehicles, both precisely […]

Be a Peaceful Bitcoin Maximalist Warrior...

This is an opinion editorial by Nozomi HayaseBitcoin Magazine contributor. Recently, a prominent venture capitalist, Nic Carter of Castle Island Ventures, came under scrutiny on Bitcoin Twitter. It was stacked by Bitcoiners on controversial involving his company’s investment in a company called Dynamic which uses a Web3 wallet platform. In response to their outrage, Carter […]

Mets Insider illustrates the first half ...

(Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) The New York media has a special reputation when covering sports. Athletes often think twice when they receive a job offer from a team in New York because the attention they give to the sport is often overwhelming. The fans are passionate and the newspapers act accordingly. The New York […]

Made in St. Louis: Her designs are the l...

By Pat Eby Special for the Post-Dispatch When it comes to spicing up a special event, product launch, trade show, wedding or party, no one does it better than Malissa Cloven of Vivant Entertainment and Vivant Couture Designs. She’s the person who turns the ordinary into the extraordinary at events with walking stilt walkers, celebrity […]

A new day at sunset – pv magazine Intern

For the millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa who lack access to electric lighting, sunset brings almost enveloping darkness. But Light Libraries is a hands-on, solar-powered program that ends the darkness at a price students can afford. photo magazine sat down with Sofia Ollvid of SolarAid to discuss how these libraries work. July 21, 2022 […]

Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspap...

These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you. 1. ‘I will speak on transfer to Tinubu’, Buhari predicts APC win in 2023 in Shettima encounter President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday predicted the victory of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, in the 2023 elections. Read more 2. The […]

Art Notes, July 20 – Sandpaper

RAY OF LIGHT: Mary Tantillo’s ‘Limoncello’ stained glass panel is the centerpiece of the new collection to be unveiled July 29. The four-part series has been in the works for four years. The “Limoncello” collection completes the ensemble – and the artistic vision of the series – all inspired by the sun. (Photo courtesy of […]

Will Texas politics end up dampening cor...

Texas has long topped most lists that rank states based on their business-friendly climate, but could politics change that? It’s not a crazy question. The New York Times put it down last weekand CNBC’s 2022 ranking of business-friendly states found that while Texas didn’t fall into the top 5 this year, it came very close […]

Breonna Taylor City Newspaper Issues ‘An

The Louisville Courier-Journal, the newspaper in the town where Breonna Taylor was killed by area police in a botched raid, launched a four-week anti-racism challenge on July 1 as a call to action in the ongoing fight against sectarianism and xenophobia. The post says she is “committed to learning from the black community, speaking out […]

Nevada State Parks Calls for Pre-Applica...

CARSON CITY, NV – The Nevada Division of State Parks is currently accepting pre-grant project applications in anticipation of the Federal Highway Administration’s 2023 funding of the Recreational Trails Program (RTP). Submission of a pre-application is required to determine project eligibility. Eligible pre-applicants will be encouraged to submit full funding proposals in fall 2022. RTP […]

Acts from June 11 to 30 | Waverly Logs

Zelle Farms LLC to Andrew Jean DavisWarrant/Deed of Judicial Officer, NE 6-91-14 Package: F, $22.00, $319.20, $200,000.00. Carolus Investments LLC in Troy R CarolusQuitclaim, SE SE 13-91-14, EX N35FT WAVERLY STURDEVANT’S, W. ADD Lot: 5 Block: 7, EXN35FT WAVERLY STURDEVANT’S, W. ADD Lot: 6 Block: 7, and WAVERLY STURDEVANT’S, W. ADD Lot: Block 7: 7, […]

“When Your Gift Starts Hindering Your Pe

Special features “When your gift starts to hamper your performance…”: Epiphany The Must-Have Colby Minifie Opening Night Gift Discover the art prints The boys the actor makes as opening night gifts. Colby Minifie can’t stay still. Although it currently appears Off-Broadway in the Lincoln Center Theater Epiphany and her series regular role as Ashley Barrett […]

Inspire 2022: Microsoft Adds Nuance Tech...

Microsoft announced the expansion of its customer experience portfolio with a new digital contact center platform that brings together Nuance Dynamics 365 contact center technology, Teams and Power Platform. The platform will be “an open, scalable and collaborative contact center solution”, according to Microsoft CVP Charles Lamanna, who announced the offering today ahead of the […]

There’s a cool new piece of public art a

One of the things we love about Metro Phoenix is ​​the countless pieces of public art that dot the desert landscape. And now we have something new to watch, as Scottsdale Public Art has just launched its new commission. Denver artist Annette Coleman’s piece is called Pinball Wizard, and it’s located on the wading pool […]

Debut (07/19/22) – D Magazine

Bushfire warning. The National Weather Service in Fort Worth said we are now in “critical brush fire danger”, with temperatures reaching 110°C and humidity down about 25%. Don’t burn anything. Watch out for your butts. Do not park on or drive over tall grass. Richardson ISD names the only super finalist. Tabitha Branum will lead […]

Cost of living: wages well below inflati...

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that regular wages excluding bonuses fell 3.7% in the three months to May compared to the rate of consumer price index inflation ( CPI), which represents the largest drop in more than 20 years. Current compensation, excluding bonuses, increased slightly to 4.3% over the period without taking […]

Second Quarter PAC Reports Show Donation...

Second Quarter Political Action Committee (PAC) Reports from the Illinois State Board of Elections show the donations and spending behind the work Citizens for Bulldog Blueprint did in support of the 2022 Mahomet-Seymour School District Referendum. The committee has self-reported $8,000 in donations and $7,305.30 in expenses since its date of organization with the state […]

Lynn McBee’s Next Big Experiment

While her two sisters played with their dolls, a young Lynn McBee spent her time collecting bugs, conducting experiments with her chemistry kit and building ramps for her Derry Daring Trick Cycle. (The action figure toy was marketed as the girl’s version of a set featuring motorcycle stunt king Evel Knievel.) McBee’s father, a Korean […]

WAC and WAVE: Black Women in World War I...

By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer When we consider African American achievements in military names, we think of General Benjamin O. Davis, the Tuskegee Airmen, and General Colin Powell. For decades, efforts have been made to uncover and bring to light the incredible exploits of the Buffalo Soldiers, Black World War II veterans, and […]

Caravan Road Safety Program Tailored to ...

Truck Friendly founder Ken Wilson is considering suspending his road safety program due to a lack of funding. One of the strongest advocates for a more harmonious relationship between RVers and truckers is reconsidering his future as a road safety campaigner. Ken Wilson, director of the popular Suitable for trucks trailer moment, announced today that […]

Bridge-Crossing Assateague Ponies Safely

There were tense moments at Assateague Island National Seashore last week as two of the wild horses managed to cross the Rt. 611 Verrazano Bridge onto the mainland. The two horses, known to pony fans as Starlight and Adrianna’s Happy Camper, got scared when cars pulled up to a ‘No Stopping, No Parking’ zone at […]

Top headlines from major South Korean ne...

SEOUL, July 18 (Yonhap) — Here are the headlines from major South Korean newspapers on July 18. daily newspapers in Korean— President Yoon’s right-hand man becomes a burden on ruling party (Kyunghyang Shinmun)— Strong dollar drives emerging economies to brink (Kookmin Daily)— Super-strong dollar punch: $1.6 billion in wealth evaporates from South Korea this year […]

Skin Cancer Educated Patient® Summit Ski

This panel was moderated by Kristie L. Kahl and featured Dr. Jedd D. Wolchok, Laurent Cohen, Dr. Anna C. Pavlick and Julie Bainof the Skin Cancer Foundation. Kahl: So Julie, I really wanted to start with you. Could you tell us a bit about your journey with skin cancer and your family history? Bath : […]

HOMOGENIZED LEADERSHIP – CEOWORLD magazi

Statistically, CEOWORLD magazine subscribers read four to five books a month. There are 20,000 printed books on leadership. Most make a yeoman’s effort to define leadership. Often contrasting this with management. Then, to add value to the fun read, confuse the core of “leadership” with the holy grail of profit: success. My definition of this […]

Souvenir of Live Aid, the concert watche...

Imagine that a third of the world’s population is watching a television program at the same time. That’s what happened on July 13, 1985, when 1.9 billion people watched musicians perform in London and Philadelphia to raise money for famine-stricken Ethiopians. Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Elton John, David Bowie, Queen, Tina Turner, Madonna, Sade, George […]

Ensuring a safe working space for kiln p...

Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court on Saturday ordered government agencies to ensure adequate working conditions for migrant workers in brick kilns, in accordance with the law, to check cases of labor exploitation. In addition, the court ordered the Telangana State Legal Services Authority (TSLSA) to coordinate with relevant agencies toensure strict compliance with orders to […]

British fashion recognizes the ‘tastemak

“I don’t think there’s been a tougher time in fashion since I’ve been doing this,” says tastemaker and freelance publisher Jefferson Hack, who co-founded Dizzy and confused magazine in 1991. “Brexit has made trading incredibly difficult. The lack of visas means that any collaboration between Europe and the UK has disappeared. And with the tailwind […]

BREAKING: Oyetola and Adeleke in a close...

Vote counting has begun in the ongoing gubernatorial election in Osun State. Official quarter results showed the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party are in a tight race. Although 15 political parties contested the election, the main contenders are APC candidate Governor Gboyega Oyetola and PDP candidate Ademola Adeleke. This is the second […]

Big Tech rolls the papers – The Suffolk

Today’s editorial is courtesy of our friend and press colleague Brett Wesner, president of the National Newspaper Association. We couldn’t agree more with his sentiments, which follow. Google and Facebook have enormous economic and political power in society, especially over the information industry. Many wonder if they have played a role in the misinformation that […]

Six things to do this weekend in the Pho...

Looking for something to do this weekend that doesn’t involve camping in front of an air conditioning fan? That’s where we come in, because we’ve put together a list of activities this weekend where you can escape the heat and have fun while doing it. Over the three-day period from Friday July 15th to Sunday […]

E’town tourism approves some funding req

The Elizabethtown Convention and Visitors Bureau voted Wednesday to help a few local organizations with funding. Organizations receiving assistance through the Tourism Assistance Program include Give 270’s “The Eric & Joe Show,” the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center, and the Daughters of the American Revolution. Commissioners approved $5,000 for “Eric and Joe Before Thanksgiving […]

Riverfest, 44th NE Paddlesports Brattleb...

Vermont Business Magazine Connecticut River Conservancy’s first-ever Riverfest weekend kicks off August 6-7 in Brattleboro and Hinsdale, highlighted by the 44e Annual New England Paddle Sports Championship Sunday. Riverfest promises family-friendly activities by the river and on the river connecting southwestern New Hampshire to southeastern Vermont. On Sunday, the New England Paddlesports Championship (NEPC) will […]

A local newspaper celebrates 150 years o...

Okolona’s messenger has been delivering the news for 15 decades Okolona, ​​Miss. (WCBI) – Local newspapers are the lifeblood of their communities; the editors, reporters and printers are often the same. Many community newspapers fell victim to the era. Social media and a 24-hour news cycle made it difficult to get local news, but one […]

Digital printing continues to grow: Smit...

By Wayne Robinson | July 15, 2022 The latest Commercial Printing Market Report from industry analyst Smithers, available for just €5,950, indicates that over the next five years, digital printing will continue to grow in volumes and value, while lithography will remain static. Digital printing: growth continues According to Smithers in 2017, the analog printing […]

Rochester teens hoping for a bright futu...

Javier Torres fills tote bags with hand sanitizer, pens and face masks at the Ibero American Action League. He is preparing for the inauguration of the organization’s Community Resource Center on Clifford Avenue. But this is more of an event for the 10th grader. “I want to be a doctor. So I’m going to go […]

A new method for transforming existing s...

An international research team has developed a new methodology to increase pollination levels in ground-mounted solar power plants. This involves developing new plant cover below and around the solar parks. July 14, 2022 Emiliano Bellini Of pv world magazine An international research team has developed a new approach to improving land use in ground-mounted solar […]

Dunwoody council debates go ahead with b...

Some Dunwoody council members worry the town doesn’t have enough shovel-ready projects to warrant a bond referendum. The city first reviewed a list of capital projects needing funding at its annual retreat in March and voted to create a capital prioritization committee in April. The committee was tasked with narrowing that list ahead of a […]

Southern Leavenworth County Celebrates C...

Photo by Shawn Linenberger. Enlarge the photo. Members of the Southern Leavenworth County 2021-22 Leadership Class gather for a May 4 graduation luncheon at 304 Venue in Tonganoxie. Pictured, from left holding the LSLC banner, are Kathleen Hoang, Julia Nuaman, Hattie Baldock, Alexa Davis and Jake Kowalewski; behind the row of banners, left from behind […]

Do Good Fest returns bigger and better t...

Vermont Business Magazine Do Good Fest, a benefit music concert hosted by National Life Group at its Montpellier campus, returns after a hiatus during the pandemic. The largest concert in central Vermont is expected to bring together nearly 10,000 people in the company’s natural amphitheater. This year, Do Good Fest features X Ambassadors as headliners […]

W-SR School Board Determines Priorities ...

The July 11 meeting of the W-SR School Board included an in-depth discussion of 2023 legislative priorities, construction updates, and approval of textbooks for students, teachers, and support staff. The High School Wilderness Studies trip to Colorado led by science teacher Rene Borglum has been approved for June 12-23, 2023. Legislative priorities reflect district values. […]

Final Kazoo! Fest is going this week

The team behind Kazoo! Fest decided to call it a day after their 2020 festival, but two years later, Kazoo! Fest will finally celebrate with one last hurray PRESS RELEASEKAZOO! PARTY*************************For four action-packed days, Royal City will celebrate the latest episode of Kazoo! Festival from July 14 to 17. The popular music and arts festival […]

Avon CMO tells the story of brand transf...

When he became head of global marketing for Avon Products in March, the first thing Kristof Neirynck did was browse through the archives of the company, which began life as the California Perfume Company in 1886. The main objective of this exercise was to find out what factors made the company unique in its market. […]

Will grow rapidly in the near future 203...

Industrial Label Market: By Type (Warning/Safety Label, Brand Label, Weatherproof Label, Equipment Label, Multi-Cut Label, and Others), By Printing Technology (Digital Printing, Flexography, Lithography , Screen Printing & Others), By Material (Metal & Polymer), By Mechanism, By Industry Vertical & By Region – Global Industry Sizing, Growth, Trend, Opportunity & Forecast (2020-2025) The Global Industrial […]

Three bidders vying for control of Cornw...

Three rival bidders will battle it out to take over a local newspaper group, their current owner has revealed. Peter Masters has confirmed to HTFP that he has cut a shortlist after 11 different parties expressed a desire to take over the Cornwall-based ‘Voice’ series before Monday’s deadline. Mr Masters, pictured, announced his intention to […]

Documents from the Chinese American Citi...

The Southwestern University Libraries Center for Research and Special Collections recently received the Albuquerque Lodge archives from the Chinese American Citizens Alliance (CACA) and made them available for research. This collection was made possible by long-time UNM donor Dr. Siu G. Wong. The Chinese American Citizens Alliance Albuquerque Lodge was founded in 1961. The organization […]

Young Dallas Republicans kiss a troll

By now I hope you are aware of Alex Stein’s concept. He’s a local guy trying his best to look like Tucker Carlson, talk like Alex Jones, and live big in his dad’s Highland Park duplex. Magazine D published an article about him in our May issue, in which we explained how he used open-mic […]

Royal Collection begins recovery despite...

The Royal Collection Trust faced operating losses of £15million last year but has begun its financial recovery, its annual accounts showed. Visitor numbers to the Queen’s official residences increased by more than half a million to 737,000 in 2021/22 from 155,000 in 2020/21, but were still well below pre-pandemic figures of 3 .3 million people […]

Integrating the Christian Faith as a Cri...

Azusa Pacific University offers you a unique opportunity to integrate your faith into the field of criminal justice. “A Christian perspective is tied to everything we do, whether it’s the biases we have, the arrests we make, the charges we give, or the sentences we serve,” Candice Hodge-Williams, PhD, explained. Chair of the APU Criminal […]

Indonesian Islamic college bans magazine...

One would hope that an educational institution that learned of campus sexual assaults would focus on holding perpetrators accountable and preventing further incidents rather than targeting the messenger. This is not the case with the Islamic Institute of Ambon State (Institut Agama Islam Negeri Ambon, IAIN Ambon) in the Indonesian province of Maluku, which instead […]

Heardle’s July 12 Response: Heardle’s So

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been tormenting yourself for months with the spirit of the New York Times. Described as “a respectful tribute to Wordle”, Heardle comes with a musical twist. Here’s how to play the game as well as clues to the July 12 song and that all-important answer when you eventually give […]

Curator archives gun violence through ar...

In 2015, Susanne Slavick, artist, curator and art professor at Carnegie Mellon University, organized Dump, a collective exhibition of more than 22 artists. The purpose of the exhibition was to probe the culture of widespread access to firearms and its consequences. Some of the works were explicit about their subject matter: Everest Pipkin’s “162 Free […]

HALIFAX ReTALES: Third time is a charm f...

It’s been 11 years since Andrea Rahal opened the charming Inkwell Modern Handmade and Letter Press boutique on Market Street in Halifax. In the spring of 2017, she moved her boutique to Brunswick Street, and now Rahal has opened Inkwell in the outlet’s new home at 1453 South Park St. I asked Rahal about the […]

Brochure available for Biosensors for Me...

SAE Media Group Reports: Full Agenda and Speaker List Now Available for 2nd Annual Biosensors for Medical Wear Conference LONDON, OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES OR CANADA, UNITED KINGDOM, July 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — SAE Media Group is proud to announce the 2nd edition Biosensors for Medical Wearables Conference, taking place October 24-25, 2022 in Boston, […]

Netflix sponsors UK magazine Spectator’s

Netflix was one of the main sponsors of the British magazine The viewerlast week’s summer party. The timely and lively London event – which came amid Boris Johnson’s stormy overthrow as Prime Minister – brought together a number of leading figures from across Britain’s political and media landscape. Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos was present at […]

What happened to North Central Airlines?

North Central Airlines was a midwestern regional airline for executives born in 1944 as Wisconsin Central Airlines by Four Wheel Drive Auto Company (FWD). It aimed to provide better connections from Wisconsin to Chicago with two Cessna UC-78 cranes. The regional airline would grow far beyond these modest aspirations. Central Wisconsin to North Central But […]

Stop Menu with. . . | Ash’Kara

The first time I spoke to Daniel Asher, he told me a story about hummus. He said he was thrilled when he first got it on a family tour of Israel, and it wasn’t what he was used to seeing back home in Chicago. It was lighter but tastier, and he was excited to bring […]

Kemp and Abrams at record fundraising pa...

With four months to go until Election Day, Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams are on track to erase Peach State’s record for gubernatorial campaign fundraising. The Abrams campaign has raised about $9.8 million in the past two months alone, while his One Georgia leadership committee brought in an additional $12.3 million […]

Food safety

The Arkansas Department of Health regulates the sale of food in establishments which include restaurants, bars, daycares, schools, grocery stores, convenience stores, bed and breakfasts, hotels/motels, mobile units and concessions. Unannounced inspections are carried out by environmental health specialists. Electronic copies of retail food inspection reports are available on the Arkansas Food Inspection Portal. To […]

Officers roll call: discover the new OFF...

OFFICER Magazine has launched its new law enforcement podcast, and it’s available for readers. The Officers Roll Call Podcast covers a wide range of topics in the law enforcement community. Topics range from news to gear to politics and more. Lt. Frank Borelli, Editorial Director of OFFICER Media Group, and the editorial team, along with […]

Cancer charity exposes ‘scandal’ of pati

A cancer charity has revealed the ‘scandal’ of patients being denied valuable holiday break because they are unable to obtain affordable travel insurance due to their ‘misunderstood’ illness. Southampton-based cancer charity Planets has described the situation preventing some patients from enjoying holidays as a necessary break from their treatment as a “scandal”. The organization says […]

From Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Op

In this roundup from the Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations blog: AX – D365FO – number sequences explained How to grant access to navigation modules in D365FO Logs in Dynamics 365: Not anymore! How to add sender email address for payment (review) in D365FO AX – D365FO – number sequences explained Writing on his blog, […]

Why incentive systems are better than co...

This is an opinion piece by Mickey Koss, a West Point graduate with a degree in economics. He spent four years in the infantry before moving to the Finance Corps. Dutch farmers are strong as new anti-pollution policy is expected to cause one in three livestock farmers in the country to lose their business. While […]

After Daily Trust report, blind newsboy ...

Sanusi Hakeem Olukorede, a blind vendor, who was recently featured on Daily Trust on Saturday after his video went viral wandering around Akowonjo and Egbeda in Lagos with copies of newspapers, has had a facelift. Through the intervention of a non-governmental organization, the blind vendor was able to secure a one-room shop in Ayetoro, Ogun […]

Evie Mohrfeld: Summer schedule keeps rol...

As the summer has passed, our travels have also picked up speed. We are learning to work with the weather and have started to take back some of the fun trips that come with summer in Minnesota. Our future travel program is as follows. Wednesday: Chanhassen Dinner Theater presents “Footloose”. We leave at 9 a.m. […]

Rochester Magazine Wins Five SPJ Awards

Rochester Magazine won five awards (including a first) at the Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists Page One Awards, held in St. Paul on June 23. The magazine finished second in the top category – Best Magazine – for its October 2021 issue, which included an article on fall fashion by Jennifer Koski and Lisa Houghton […]

Nine things to do this weekend in the Ph...

Think there’s nothing to do in the Phoenix subway in the middle of summer? Think again. This weekend, you can see the latest works of a beloved local artist, hang out with horror enthusiasts, or catch a game featuring the best professional football team in the valley (spoiler: this are not the Arizona Cardinals). Below […]

Israel Police help train Sandy Springs p...

Sandy Springs Police Department Maj. Michael Lindstrom returned from Israel after a two-week public safety leadership training with the nation’s top police officials. Lindstrom was part of a 16-member delegation, including eight Georgia police chiefs and command staff and four Georgia sheriffs. “I think one of the most important lessons I learned from our time […]

Backroads (Days 5-7) – The Trek

The long road On Day 5, I left Lakeview Campground in Lake Cowichan to hike the long North Shore route from the east end of the lake to the west end. It was a rainy and monotonous ride. The flatness gave my body no variation in its movements, and at the end of the day […]

Rolling Stone Magazine Highlights Waysid...

Wayside Waifs’ new canine behavior center is featured in this month’s Rolling Stone magazine. Boomer and Selma are best friends. When they have the chance to play, they are really after it. Both dogs are part of a new behavior program at Wayside Waifs, which is one of only two in the country. It’s so […]

Dairy day camp on Thursday, June 9 | Wa...

Twenty-seven kindergarten through fourth graders attended the Iowa State University Bremer County Dairy Outreach and Awareness Day Camp on Thursday, June 9 in Waverly. The day was filled with 4-H priority areas: STEM, healthy living, leadership and civic engagement, communication and the arts, and agricultural/natural resources. Participants explored different breeds of dairy cows where they […]

Auburn Roundup: Sodecia invests $2.6 mil...

Sodecia Safety & Mobility Auburn, Inc., a Portugal-based stamping company, is investing $2.65 million in new equipment to expand production in Auburn and expects to create 19 new jobs. “Sodecia plays a vital role in the automotive manufacturing ecosystem here in eastern Alabama, and we are proud that they chose to call Auburn home six […]