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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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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 […]

CEOWORLD Magazine Appoints Three New Boa...

CEOWORLD magazine (ISSN: 2771-7216), the go-to magazine for CEOs, CFOs, senior executives, business leaders and high net worth individuals, today announced the appointments of Lisa Gable, Gordon Tredgold and of Dr. Joe Zammit-Lucia to its External Advisory Board (EAB). These three candidates have accepted nominations and have been approved by the CEOWORLD magazine board to […]

Iowa cancer report advises urgent return...

Iowa medical experts are urging the community to get screened for cancer after the pandemic delayed many tests. During a virtual press conference Monday, Iowa medical panelists reviewed the Cancer in Iowa Annual Report for 2022 released by the University of Iowa College of Public Health’s State Health Registry of Iowa. The report explains how […]

Bird Watcher magazine returns | News, S...

Bird Watcher’s Digest closed its doors just before Christmas and it was not expected to see light again. Julie Zickefoose, editor, said she received the first email from potential owners on January 28. “It happened at lightning speed,” she says. Tucson, Ariz., resident Rich Luhr is new to birding, but he’s been learning […]

UKRAINE FINDS LOCAL SUPPORT IN THE FLORI...

Russian vodkas roll off the shelves for Ukrainian products at the Fish House in Key Largo. In the southernmost city, city officials plan to fly the Ukrainian flag and possibly illuminate the city hall with blue and yellow floodlights. “What Russia is doing in Ukraine is tragic, inexcusable and unacceptable,” Commissioner Sam Kaufman said on […]

Biden calls for ban on assault weapons a...

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! President Joe Biden renewed his call for a ban on assault weapons and large capacity magazines in his State of the Union address. “I call on Congress to enact proven measures to reduce gun violence,” Biden said during his first official State of the Union address on […]

Avi Kaplan teams up with Joy Williams fo...

Avi Kaplan’s latest single “All Is Well” is a haunting and witty duet with Joy Williams that will stay with you. The track is taken from Kaplan’s upcoming solo album Floating on a dreamdue out May 20, which was produced by Shooter Jennings and mixed by Trina Shoemaker. Kaplan, former member of the a cappella […]

VolunteerNow CEO resigns – D Magazine

Send your company’s personnel movements to Kelsey Vanderschoot at [email protected]. VolunteerNow Tammy Richards, Retirement Tammy Richards Tammy Richards will step down as CEO of tech nonprofit VolunteerNow after eight years at the helm. Richards has been instrumental in implementing and improving VolunteerNow’s proprietary volunteer matching platform, VOLY.org, and SAAS functionality that helps connect volunteers and […]

Dunwoody Announces 4th of July Theme for...

The theme for Dunwoody’s July 4, 2022 parade has been announced. This year’s theme will be “Parade of Stars”, according to Bob Fiscella, president of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association. Parade co-chairs Matt Weber and Penny Forman said they chose the theme to honor veterans, teachers, mayor and council members, business owners and anyone they believe […]

Howard University gets $2 million to dig...

A massive effort is underway at Howard University to digitize thousands of black newspapers in an effort to make material more accessible and provide primary sources at a time when some are trying to whitewash the story. The historically black university recently received a $2 million grant that will allow it to digitize microfilm and […]

How Bitcoin Ends Injustice – Bitcoin Mag

Decoupling Exploitation from Gain: How Bitcoin Ends Injustice and the Importance of Orange-Pilling Tens of millions of people in the United States consider themselves activists and concerned about social justice; people engaged in a form of work that is directly or tangentially focused on political/social change. Indeed, according to Gallup, about 40% of Americans consider […]

Global Offset Inks Market Latest Researc...

The last Offset Ink Market Research Report, offering robust insights into the potential size and dynamics of the industry over the forecast period, aims to help clients make informed decisions regarding their investment plans and strategies. A descriptive overview of the industry segments scoring the best revenue prospects is […]

EPCC Featured in Magazine, Illustrated A...

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – For the 17and consecutive year, El Paso Community College (EPCC) has been recognized as a leader in educating Hispanic students by Hispanic Outlook on Education magazine. In the February 2022 issue, EPCC was highlighted on the cover, had an article about its success, an interview with EPCC President Dr. William […]

Take the time to become an informed vote...

Ready or not, we as a county, state and nation are about to embark on another election process over the next 11 months. Some may still feel drained by what happened in 2020, but now more than ever it’s vital that people become informed voters. Knowledge will be key in many areas this year. The […]

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“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Access everything we publish when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>join VeloNews or Outside+. If you have a bicycle racing license in the United States, you are entitled to a full subscription to VeloNews to read everything we publish as well as a subscription to Peloton magazine. Plus, […]

Rollable CIGS solar modules from France ...

The French start-up Solar Cloth plans to increase the capacity of its module production plant near Cannes. The plant will produce flexible solar modules with a yield of 17.6% embedded in textile supports. February 22, 2022 Emiliano Bellini The French start-up Solar Cloth has developed a copper, indium, gallium and selenium (CIGS) solar module for […]

Conservative knitters try to wake up to ...

Some conservative knitters are so sick of talking about identity politics in the craft world that they’ve created an entire magazine dedicated to it. “Blocked,” a new online magazine created by the who’s who of provocateurs in the knitting world, is a reaction to the anti-racism movement that has swept the country – and by […]

Central Memory Weavers and Navajo Women ...

Apollo’s historic lunar missions are often associated with high-visibility test flights, dazzling launches and spectacular engineering feats. But intricate and challenging manual labor – comparable to weaving – was just as essential to sending men to the moon. Beyond Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and a handful of other names we remember, there were hundreds of […]

What if legal personality included plant...

A new podcast explores the nature rights movement and its potential to evolve Western legal doctrine around environmental protection. February 17, 2022 “People think laws are so objective and serious, and almost divorced from social norms,” says investigative climate journalist Amy Westervelt. “But it’s really only a handful of people’s beliefs that have been incorporated […]

CEOWORLD magazine announces the appointm...

CEOWORLD Magazine (ISSN: 2771-7216), the premier magazine for CEOs, CFOs, senior executives, business leaders and high net worth individuals, today announced the appointments of Prince George IV, 11th Duke of Royan ; Dr. Bartosz Marcinkowski; and Dr. William Putsis on its External Advisory Board (EAB). The changes reflect a thoughtful and strategic approach to CEOWORLD […]

Is the newspaper industry dead? No, it’

Newspapers are not dead, far from it. We’re consolidating, collaborating, working smarter, that’s for sure. Embrace the digital revolution and all its benefits, absolutely. But not dead; in fact, the public’s thirst for information is unprecedented and we are responding to the demand in new and innovative ways. To paraphrase Bob Hope, the comedian and […]

Lots of little things add up, recent pri...

Spectrum after Kelly, 2022. Julia Samuels. Engraving. “A Lot of Little Things Add Up” is a month-long exhibition of recent prints and their processes from Overpass Projects. On view in the WaterFire Arts Center gallery from Thursday, February 10 through Sunday, March 6, 2022. A public opening is scheduled for Thursday, February 17 from 6-9 […]

US to roll out $5 billion EV charging ne...

The Biden administration announced the five-year plan to respond to the broader agenda of electrification and decarbonization of transportation. February 10, 2022 ryan kennedy The United States has announced a $5 billion plan to build electric vehicle charging stations across the country. The funds are part of the $7.5 billion approved for electric vehicle charging […]

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 […]

Ambassador to Albania reflects on career...

On Saturday, January 29, U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Albania Yuri Kim addressed students at the Taiwanese American Student Association’s Virtual Lecture Series. Kim reflected on her past experiences, offering advice on finding her way after college and dealing with the challenges of being a minority figure in the workplace. Kim, who was born […]

Love Letter Paper Co. Goes Analog

When Kate Rademeyer was in college, she took printmaking courses that allowed her to study lithography, printmaking, and typography. “I absolutely fell in love with these printing processes,” she recalls. Since then, she has started working with analog materials, and the printing processes she learned in school are now seen more as art forms than […]

2022 Durable Printing Market Growth Anal...

The global durable printing industry market research provides important insights that can help companies to set priorities, better position their businesses, devise well-thought-out business strategies and make investment decisions. enlightened for the future. The report mainly includes the current situation of the Durable Printing market, products, materials, services, and other key aspects of the market. […]

DC Democratic Women’s Club Hosts Critica

By Valca ValentineSpecial at AFRO Some argue that racial oppression, discrimination and inequality in America is a fairy tale. Others cite evidence that measures the impact of past and present racial inequalities. Why discuss these issues? Critical Race Theory (CRT), the study of the origin and systematic impact of racism, is fueling a heated debate […]

Scientists scour sewage for clues about ...

John Leavell bends down, grabs a 50-pound cast-iron manhole cover with a T-hook, and slides it aside. He then attaches one end of a thin hose to a battery-operated pump and drops the other into the darkness below. “Yesterday we were unable to retrieve any samples,” says Leavell, a contractor with the nonprofit Current Water. […]

Perovskite solar module with 18.45% effi...

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

Tamarac residents ask why taxpayers are ...

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

Enel plans to build a heterojunction sol...

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

Bucks County to Regulate Massage Busines...

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

Alexandria’s Innovative Electric Transpo

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

PPE and Supply Chain Disruptions | 2022...

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

Newspaper crosses an impassable line to ...

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

The flyer distribution partner for every...

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

Fire Safety Best Practices for Rooftop P...

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

Sole Survivor: The Alpena Flyer Saga | ...

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

The secret to building the next Silicon ...

Political leaders have tries to replicate the high-tech magic of Silicon Valley since the invention of the microchip. Tech curious Charles de Gaulle, then President of France, visited Palo Alto in his convertible limousine in 1960. President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev dressed casually to meet and tweet with media moguls social of the […]

Buss inks with UNI fight | Waverly News...

UNI has signed five new Panthers for the 2022-2023 season, three of which are in the top 25 nationally. “I’m thrilled with what this class will bring to the table when they arrive on campus,” said head coach Doug Schwab. “They will have an immediate impact with the mindset they bring to the practice room […]

Utah 2022 Legislative Session Sneak Peek...

Utah’s 2022 legislative session begins Jan. 18, and for 45 days lawmakers will swarm Capital Hill and buzz, debating important issues and, inevitably, a few issues that don’t. While there is no script for the session, once you’ve seen enough of it patterns start to emerge. There are big bills that keep coming back, in […]

Biden and Harris push for voting rights ...

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris paid tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King during their visit to Atlanta. Protecting the right to vote in America is important enough to abolish the obstruction rule of the United States Senate to achieve it, President Joe Biden said on Tuesday during a […]

Equity should not be left to chance

Every 10 years, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission creates new district maps for the United States Senate, Assembly, Equalization Council, and House of Representatives to ensure that every district has roughly the same number. of people. Given the population changes over the past 10 years, most districts have had to change significantly to ensure equal […]

The drummers of the Dream Theater Portno...

Dream Theater is an American progressive metal band founded by John Petrucci, John Myung and Mike Portnoy in 1985. However, after some line-up changes, the current band members are John Myung, John Petrucci, James LaBrie, Jordan Rudess and Mike Mangini. At first the band was called Majesty, and they formed it while attending Berklee College […]

Anti-vaccine brochures appear in suburba...

Why were anti-vaccine propaganda brochures from a Florida-based natural health company distributed in a neighborhood in Ahwatukee? PHOENIX – Ahwatukee resident Jennifer Salome was confused when she recently found a brochure in her neighborhood saying her people dying of COVID-19 were nothing more than “fake news.” She knows people who have contracted the virus and […]

What the newspapers were saying 100 year...

In 1893, Solomon Deyo constructed the brick building at 58 Main Street. After Solomon Deyo’s death in 1904, his son, Philip Deyo, ran the store until January 1921. When Philip sold the building to Harvey Gregory. Mr. Gregory had a pharmacy until 1947. Peter Harp purchased the building and it housed the local Grand Union […]

The joys of parenthood in quarantine

We were surprised that the call didn’t come sooner. But we knew it would finally be our turn. Last week my wife and I received notice from our youngest son’s school that one of his classmates had tested positive for COVID-19. The school had already sent emails about positive cases in other classes; we clicked […]

Art review: “Merge” at Stelo

If I ever find myself thinking about paper or printed art, my mind hardly ever wanders off to ghosts. However, as I browsed through Stelo’s group exhibit, “Coalesce,” I couldn’t get the ghosts out of my mind. On each piece of the show hangs the ubiquitous and disturbing spirit of a pandemic. This makes sense, […]

New work by three artists at the Kershne...

Fairfield, CT – The public is invited to a reception at the Bruce S. Kershner Gallery in the Fairfield Public Library on Thursday, February 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for Color Play, the art of Earl Grenville Killeen , Dionne Pia and Emily Teall. The show runs from February 5 to April 2. The […]

How Bitcoin Will Save Millennials

All generations have a rich nostalgia for the decade of their childhood. Our coming of age is our purest moment. And for millennials, it’s probably the ’90s that it’s best summed up. The 90s are milk and honey for us. We remain so fond of the music, the TV and movie treasures, our early AOL […]

Income on the rise despite high unemploy...

Unlike 2009, when soaring unemployment caused personal income to plummet in New Jersey, increased government assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic increased personal income statewide. By Kyle Sullender, Executive Director, Focus NJ January 3, 2022 New Jersey has the third highest unemployment rate in the country, according to the October data release from the Bureau of […]

within our reach | Naval history review

In a mad world of boredom and uncertainty, resentment and conflict and normal life as we have known it to be shattered by a sadly muted pandemic and other miseries, it is easy to succumb to the impression that that’s only the worst – and to forget that wise old saying, “I cried because I […]

What other newspapers say: recovering un...

Ever since she was in high school, Manasvi Perisetty knew she wanted to be a computer engineer. So when her acceptance letter arrived last month from the University of Texas Cockrell School of Engineering, Manasvi should have been elated. Instead, his anxiety arose. Her family’s pending green card application means she could be forced to […]

In 2021, Bitcoin gave us peace of mind

The year 2021, I think, has seen its fair share of volatility around the world. We started the year with a very interesting an event at the United States Capitol, and a British judge blocking the extradition by Julian Assange. At the time, the price of bitcoin was pushing northward through the $ 20,000 mark. […]

Jackson County Newspapers Take a Look at...

As we head into another year, it’s important to look back – reluctantly or enthusiastically – to remember what mattered most and what caused the ripple effects in Jackson County. Jackson Newspapers has compiled a list of the 10 best stories of 2021. This list was generated with two standards in mind: selecting the stories […]

Pages of old Southland newspapers found ...

Robyn Edie / Stuff John McKenzie flips through the pages of the former Southland Daily News which he says was collected by his great uncle George McKenzie. Finding a way to preserve a collection of newspaper pages from the period 1935 to 1938 is the summer goal of former Invercargill man John McKenzie. He is […]

A new era for the treatment of obesity?

This article appeared in the January / February 2022 issue of To discover magazine. Become a subscriber for unlimited access to our archives. Obesity is a modern scourge, affecting 42 percent of Americans and increasing the overall risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. It is also notoriously difficult to control; for most people, diet […]

Magazine: Wigwam Golf Store One of the B...

Wigwam Golf Store was honored by Club + Resort Business as one of the “Top Rated Private Club and Resort Stores” for 2021 in the December issue of the magazine. Wigwam Golf Store is ranked 16th best in the United States, according to the Golf Industry Trade Publication, which covers country club operations and management […]

South Asians are four times more at risk...

Indian Consulate in Chicago Hosts Heart Health Awareness Program Focused on American Indian Community While heart disease is the number one global public health problem, South Asians are four times more likely to develop heart disease than their Western counterparts, according to an Indo-American heart specialist. Heart attacks strike South Asian men and women at […]

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 […]

Everything you want to know about StoryW...

What is a StoryWalk? A StoryWalk is a movement building and literacy project that places an illustrated children’s book, taken apart and displayed page by page, along a walking route in your community. Anne Ferguson, the genius behind the StoryWalk concept, sums it up well with these phrases, which she asks to be published when […]

Voting forms by mail finally in Diné, Ap

The United States Electoral Assistance Commission (EAC) has finally released voter registration forms by national mail in the Diné, Apache, and Yup’ik languages. This is the first time that the federal commission has published mail-in voting material in any Native American language. The EAC is responsible for maintaining the national mail-in voter registration form and […]

The Greenwich Symphony Orchestra mourns ...

GREENWICH – Mary Radcliffe, the legendary former conductor of the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, is remembered as a person dedicated to music and education in her community after her death at the age of 94. Radcliffe, from Budapest, Hungary, died on November 17. GSO announced his death in an email last week. She had been the […]

Budget Document Technology wins “Elite D

LEWISTON – Budget Document Technology was recently named 2021 Elite Reseller by leading office technology publication, ENX Magazine. This is the third time that Budget Document Technology has been chosen among the nation’s top office technology dealers. Budget Document Technology has been an independent reseller of office technology and office equipment based in New England […]

10 essential Dallas rap tracks

During the summer Texas monthly hired some of the state’s most passionate critics, fans and journalists of Texas hip-hop to to create what the magazine called “The 20 Essential Texas Rap Songs.” The Editorial Package contains articles, essays and blurbs on the origins and evolution of hip-hop in the Lone Star State, dating back to […]

Adapting to climate change will only cos...

Item body As the climate warms, the cost of adapting homes and infrastructure to cope with rising temperatures, more rainfall, more severe storms and rising seas will be staggering. Without a concerted effort to build better, new search led by Paul Chinowsky, an environmental engineer at the University of Colorado at Boulder, shows that the […]

Five questions for Monica Gandhi

By the editorial team UCSF Magazine Winter 2022 Favourite book? One is Gatsby the magnificent. I reread it recently and it reminded me that the rich will always do well in times of hardship, even in a pandemic, but the poor and disenfranchised always suffer. Photo: Steve Babuljak Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, infectious disease expert […]

New York Magazine publisher Vox Media ac...

Vox Media, publisher of New York Magazine, acquires Group Nine, whose brands include Popsugar, NowThis, Thrillist and Dodo in an all-stock transaction. The deal, which will create one of the largest media companies in the United States with around 2,000 employees, is expected to close early next year and is separate from the Special Purpose […]

Border Report: A Tale of Two Tijuanas –

Houses in the eastern part of Tijuana. The Baja California Congress is considering a proposal to create two Tijuanas by dividing the eastern part of the city into a separate municipality. / Photo by Sandra Dibble Are two Tijuanas better than one? It’s a question a Baja California elected official hopes the city’s voters will […]

19th-century Maine captain ran the only ...

PORTLAND, Maine – Captain Edward Payson Nichols of Searsport raised the telescope to his eye. Nichols could barely make out a small vessel about two miles away, drifting in the Atlantic Ocean, just south of the equator. He could see that the lifeboat-sized craft had an improvised mast of wooden slats strung with a piece […]

Obituary: Dana Smith Poole – Portland Pr

Dana smith poole PORTLAND – Dana Smith Poole passed away peacefully on Monday December 6, 2021. She was 93 years old. Born in 1928 in New York, she was the daughter of Elinor McLane Smith and J. Hopkins Smith of Portland. Her grandparents were Judge and Mrs. Allen McLane of Baltimore and Mr. and Mrs. […]

Strong US dollar threatens Bitcoin price

For probably about two years now, it has been widely accepted in the cryptocurrency community that “BTC is an independent asset class,” demonstrating that the first cryptocurrency works well as an investment tool that barely correlates with the business cycle and is not even associated with other asset classes. On August 18, 2020, CoinShares even […]

Newspapers struggle to reflect local lif...

I have been aware of the newspaper effort to effectively reflect local life for a long time – ever since I started writing my first weekly column, “Our Regional Heritage”, for the “Macomb Journal” in 1981. It was shortly thereafter Bill Rudolph, whom I knew, sold our town’s newspaper to the Park Communications Company, which […]

US Trade Commission recommends extension...

SEIA responds that a new round of tariffs will hamper U.S. solar development and prevent that administration’s vision of becoming a world leader in clean energy. December 10, 2021 Anne Fischer Image: Wikimedia Commons / David Maiolo From pv magazine United States The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) released its decision on Section 201 […]

Despite the pandemic, business is good f...

As the United States strives to fully recover from the coronavirus pandemic, a Glen Head resident says sales of her specialty chocolates are booming in Oyster Bay after the lockdown. Katya Witthuhn opened Bluebird Chocolates on September 24, focusing primarily on wholesale and special orders of handcrafted, artisan chocolate. “After my daughter was born, I […]

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 […]

The draft law on the reform of maritime ...

A massive influx of federal dollars and COVID-19 changing the way consumers buy goods continue to create bottlenecks at ports across the country that have spilled over to other segments of the supply chain. With foreign shippers refusing to transport U.S. goods, new legislation hopes to make the Federal Maritime Commission a more effective federal […]

GE enters the US residential solar inver...

GE, the global industrial giant, is entering the US residential solar inverter market with technology that has already made its mark in Australia and Brazil. December 9, 2021 pv magazine The General Electric brand is well known in household appliances. Today, the global industrial giant is entering the US residential solar inverter market with technology […]

Pan Finance Magazine Announces 2021 Q4 A...

LONDON, December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Just days after 2021 and it was clear we were going to go through the same with a seemingly ubiquitous pandemic, forcing us to further adjust our lives. Nonetheless, the world continued to turn. Individuals and organizations have continued to thrive. In the Q4 2021 edition of […]

Jukebox Adopts HP Indigo Digital Printin...

Special inks and media available to customers at better value for money Jukebox Print, a global provider of unique creative printing products, has acquired its first HP Indigo digital press to increase value for its customers, as it develops and expands its line of web-to-print products that empower customers to differentiate. The Canada-based commercial printing […]

Stationery Manufacturing Jobs — 2010-201

According to County Business Patterns, in 2010, NAICS 32223 (Stationery Product Manufacturing Plants) had 24,349 employees. This NAICS category declined slowly over the remainder of the decade, ending with 15,678 employees in 2019. Also: following a tweet from BoSacks about newspaper circulation. According to County Business Patterns, in 2010, NAICS 32223 (Stationery Product Manufacturing Plants) […]

In “Raw Craft” the late Anthony Bourdain

Handcrafted documentary #books #printing #short film #composition #video 28 October 2021 Grace Ebert Regardless of its shameless tech culture, San Francisco remains a hub for analog art forms, hosting an annual festival that uses a 7-ton steamroller to print linocuts and hosting one of the latest publishers of its kind. Arion Press is dedicated to […]

Everything you need to know about Alamo’

One of my favorite things to do in the pre-COVID era was hosting a screening for Terror Tuesday or Weird Wednesday [subject of the great new book “Warped and Faded”] at the Alamo in Brooklyn. I love the content of the older repertoire that I was able to present like “Death Race 2000” or “Santa […]

Power of the Press Fest, a celebration o...

The third time is the charm, as they say. Twice stranded in their attempts to hold the second Power of the Press Fest due to COVID-19, the Letterpress Workshop and Signal-Return Arts Center are looking forward to this Sunday, October 10, when their celebration of the Traditional printing techniques and printing art returns to Eastern […]

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. […]

First Friday events in downtown Phoenix ...

Those planning on staying in town for Labor Day weekend and looking for something to do may want to consider First Friday activities in downtown Phoenix. The monthly art walk is still on hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but some galleries, museums and other venues are open with special events for the evening. […]

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 […]

In the Boston area, find a typewriter sa...

In the Boston area, find a typewriter salvage and repair shop and a still-running Linotype machine Sales of this item are up nearly 50% from a year ago, according to some retailers. No, no hand sanitizer, typewriters! Update: July 16, 2021 at 12:08 p.m. EDT Hide transcription Show transcript OUTSIDE. >> IT MAY BE THE […]

Field Notes Launches New Collection of L...

Inasmuch as Concept documentary #typography #notebooks #composition #video September 17, 2020 Grace Ebert For its latest limited-edition series, Field Notes commissioned nine typography workshops to capture the nation’s diverse perspectives and stories through pocket-sized design. united states of Typography is a pastel collection of memo notebooks featuring renderings of small window displays, geometric patterns, and […]

Artists find an audience for painstaking...

SAN MARCOS, TEX. – On New Year’s Eve, after making the 7 p.m. journey to Texas from Wisconsin, writer and craftsman Gaylord Schanilec began checking on the condition of the precious cargo that had lain uninsured in the bed of his Chevy Silverado. In the home studio of Craig Jensen, a bookbinder here, Mr. Schanilec […]