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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 […]

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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 […]

Hinman takes on new role as editor | Th...

STAFF REPORT Michael Hinman is the new editor of the Herald Community Newspapers. Stuart Richner, CEO of Richner Communications Inc. and publisher of the newspaper group which also owns The Riverdale Pressmade the announcement last week. Hinman succeeds Scott Brinton, who led the editorial department since 2016. The Herald community newspapers include nearly two dozen […]

Kingfisher Media Expands Newspaper Prese...

Selma-based Kingfisher Media LLC has expanded its newspaper publishing footprint by taking over Western Star’s news operations in Jefferson County, Alabama, beginning March 1, 2022. Kingfisher Media owns the Selma Sun and operates the Marion Times Standard in Perry County. The Western Star serves the communities of Hueytown, Hoover and Pleasant Grove in western Jefferson […]

Colorado Poet Laureate Bobby LeFebre spe...

Bobby LeFebre became Colorado’s eighth Poet Laureate in 2019, making him the youngest and first person of color to be named to the prestigious position in the program’s 100-year history. The honor follows an already impressive career in award-winning poetry and drama, the latter with his play North Coastwhich was about the gentrification of Denver. […]

KEY WEST PRESCHOOL HOSTS 32ND SPRING FAI...

The Key West Preschool Co-op on Flagler Avenue will host its 32nd annual Spring Fair from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, March 5 at 2610 Flagler Ave. The fair will include its usual assortment of vendors, giant slides, an obstacle course and other kid-friendly attractions, live music and food. But for the first time ever, the […]

Ten things to do for free in Denver this...

The snow must continue! Denver’s downtown ice rink just closed, but the Ruby Hill Rail Yard terrain park has resumed operations, providing a place to ski for free every day. And don’t miss a very special concert in Boulder today. Keep reading for more details.Free day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science Sunday, […]

The difficult task of changing place nam...

Spiers above Willow Lakes in the Eagles Nest Wilderness, part of the southern reach of the Gore Range, are shown near Silverthorne. Groups in communities scattered across Colorado’s central mountains are working to change the nickname of the Gore Range, which is named after 19th-century Irish aristocrat Lord St. George Gore. (Associated press kit) Last […]

Valerie Boyd deceased and obituary, teac...

I returned to the shelf to pick up WRAPPED IN RAINBOWS, to extract a passage to honor Valerie Boyd and mark her passing. There were simply too many gems to choose from. It looks like every other page has a sticky note. Many thanks for all that you have left us, Valérie Boyd. #TEAR We […]

A great blow: a great speed

Article body copy This image is taken from Carsten Egevang’s new book, Unseen Greenland. In March 2018, I attended the annual Greenland Dog Sled Race Championship in Ilulissat. Thirty participants with 10 dogs each competed for the title of best musher. Although there are cash prizes, the honor and prestige of keeping the […]

This Week in Milwaukee: February 10-16, ...

Thursday February 10 Brian Lynch Quartet @ Bar Centro, 7:30 p.m. Presented by the Milwaukee Institute of Jazz, multi-Grammy award-winning trumpeter and educator Brian Lynch returns for a concert in his hometown with Mark Davis on piano, Jeff Hamann on bass and Kyle Swan on drums. Proof of vaccination is required for entry. Lynch’s resume […]

Red Canary magazine promotes a more sust...

Red Canary Collective is a nonprofit collective that provides creative and strategic support to communities working towards a more sustainable and equitable future. They work with philanthropists, journalists, nonprofits, filmmakers and photographers to create media that helps promote a more sustainable future through their Red Canary Magazine. Red Canary magazine background Red canary magazine brings […]

FOX61’s Jenn Bernstein Named to Connecti

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

Echo Press wins 17 awards in Minnesota N...

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

CNHI Names Award-Winning Veteran Newspap...

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

Here’s Why Iowa Capital Dispatch is suin

Iowa Capital Dispatch and our associate editor Clark Kauffman joined other media organizations in a lawsuit filed last week by the Iowa ACLU to enforce the Iowa Open Meetings and Records Act. The lawsuit names Governor Kim Reynolds, his office, staff attorney, and the office’s current and former communications directors as plaintiffs. As the editor […]

Morgan Wade longs to break free in stell...

Morgan Wade’s first record on January 28 Reckless will be reissued with six new tracks, including the new single “Run”. Wade gently describes the heaviness of painfully going through another day while wanting to get out of the situation that weighs on her. She contemplates her desire for change, as well as the path that […]

Exhibition with jury by members of the M...

MENDOCINO, CA – The Mendocino Art Center celebrates the creativity of its member artists with the annual Members Jury Exhibit, January 7 through February 26, at the art centre’s three galleries. The selection process leads to an exceptionally creative, high quality and much anticipated gallery showcasing a wide range of new artwork including paintings, ceramics, […]

Could the “peace talk” save the planet?

Could the “peace talk” save the planet? by Lindsay Key |January 5, 2022 Poet Padraig Ó Tuama (left; photo by Trevor Brady) and Columbia social psychologist Peter Coleman are teaming up to explore the power of language when it comes to promoting peace, security and sustainability through the world. “Peace on Earth” is a popular […]

San Quentin prison newspaper goes throug...

San Quentin News editor Anthony Caravalho speaks with volunteer Alastair Boone in the newsroom at San Quentin State Prison on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 (Sherry LaVars / Marin Independent Journal) San Quentin News editor David Ditto is working on a story in the newsroom at San Quentin State Prison on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. The […]

HANDS-FREE HEALTH HONORED BY THE MAIN HE...

The WellBe Pendant integrates with HandsFree Health’s voice technology products for home and on-the-go healthcare. Tweet this The WellBe Pendant integrates with HandsFree Health’s suite of voice technology products that helps consumers engage with healthcare at home and on the go. With 4G LTE connectivity, GPS tracking services and running on the award-winning HandsFree Health […]

Green Bronx Machine’s Lizette Ritz Named

Newswise – BRONX, NY, DECEMBER 15, 2021 – Green Bronx Machine Executive Director Lizette Ritz was recognized today by City & State Magazine as one of New York’s Responsible 100 in its 2021 annual list published in this week’s issue. Ritz and the other laureates – leaders from businesses, governments, nonprofits and advocacy organizations – […]

Gregory to succeed Tebben as editor-in-c...

Barbara j grégoire Barbara J. Gregory, former editor-in-chief of The numismatist, the monthly magazine of the American Numismatic Association (www.argent.org), was appointed editor-in-chief of The Centinel, the quarterly journal of the Central States Numismatic Society (www.CentralStatesNumismaticSociety.org). She will succeed Gerald Tebben who is retiring this summer after 12 years as editor-in-chief of the award-winning CSNS […]

Wine Snob * opens with Yale artist

Sonoma Mountain artist takes inspiration from the alphabet Laurie Szujewska is a printmaker, typographer and graphic designer who lives in Sonoma Mountain. His works have been exhibited in various venues across Europe and the United States, and are included in the artist’s book collections of many universities and libraries, as well as in private collections. […]

Take advantage of these downtown Phoenix...

The first Friday in August is almost here and there are a few things you might not want to miss. Check out the award-winning jewelry from Coe House for Ardapony Squared’s latest piece. Or head to the First Studio Gallery’s ‘Summer Blend’, where you can savor some of the last moments of summer through the […]