Transworld has unveiled new editions of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series to mark the first Terry Pratchett Day. The new covers will begin with all six books in the Witches series–Equal Rites, Wyrd Sisters, Witches Abroad, Lords and Ladies, Masquerade and Jugulum Carp–with standalone title Little Gods. They will be releasedRead More →

The Wyndham Art Prize, which includes a $15,000 prize, is open to artists. The annual competition also offers a $5,000 Emerging Local Art Acquisition Award (LEAP) to a Wyndham artist. In 2021, more than 300 works were entered into the competition. Eighty-four artists were selected as finalists, including 20 WyndhamRead More →

A colorful art installation featuring dozens of handcrafted paper butterflies by Rushcliffe residents has been unveiled at Rushcliffe Arena in West Bridgford as part of an exhibition commemorating the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The installation was curated by Rushcliffe Borough Council, in partnership with Lady Bay artist Belinda Poon,Read More →

The foundations of long-term wealth creation are based on an investment charter and asset allocation based on the individual’s risk profile. Global empirical studies have summarized that asset allocation explains the majority of long-term portfolio performance, while only a small part is attributed to the selection of underlying financial instruments.Read More →

The 54th annual Lorain County Area School Art Show, sponsored by Nordson Corporation, runs through March 11 at the Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery at Lorain County Community College. This exhibit draws inspiration from public, parochial, and private colleges, high schools, and homeschoolers in Lorain, Erie, and Huron counties. ArtRead More →

As in the previous year, bKash will distribute books to various organizations, including schools for underprivileged children, a number of primary schools, libraries and nursing homes. bKash will collect these books from visitors, writers and readers at the Ekushey book fair, books donated by customers at bKash customer service centersRead More →

Post views: 72 In an exhibition called ‘Flow’, postgraduate students from the University of Bedfordshire will show how they take their artwork from concept to reality at one of the county’s premier art venues – The Hat Factory. Running for eleven days between 1st and 11and In March 2022, theRead More →

Image source: KBR KU Leuven Libraries, KBR (Royal Library of Belgium) and Google have signed agreements to share a large part of the important digitized documents reflecting the rich cultural and historical heritage located in the libraries. These are several thousand works, some of which date back to the 15thRead More →

Devoshion, a boutique that opened last year at the Walt Whitman stores in South Huntington, is a combination of two words: devotion and fashion. The store’s tagline, “Creators with Compassion”, reflects their philosophy of selling only artisan and locally made products that are plant-based, vegan, and cruelty-free. “You won’t seeRead More →

Stratagem Market Overview published an in-depth research and analysis of the “Children’s publishing marketwhich identifies new developments, business prospects, and growing industry players. The market study covers the size of the children’s publishing market in different segments. It aims to estimate the market size and growth potential across various segments,Read More →

The Guardian has refreshed the look and sound of its long-running Weekly Policy podcast, including a new broadcast schedule and a presenter. Starting today (February 24), Weekly policy revive like UK Weekly Politics and moves from Wednesday to Thursday, while Extra Weekly Policy is renamed Politics Weekly America and willRead More →

“A lot of the places we took inspiration from were exactly those restaurants,” said Liz Johnson, who acts as head alongside her husband, Will Aghajanian, and other partners, many of whom also work on the line. The couple also co-own the space. Aghajanian, seated next to the open kitchen minutesRead More →

What happens from February 25 to March 3? On February 26, Pike Place Market presents love in the market“a celebration of our people and a celebration of all things local,” said Madison Bristol, marketing and public relations manager for the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority. “Our local shoppersRead More →

The Bowdoin College Museum of Art (BCMA)in collaboration with the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) and the George Eastman Museumpresents the photographer’s very first museum exhibition Marcia Resnick. One of the most innovative American photographers of the 1970s, Resnick is best known today for her portraits of the creative communityRead More →

Today, Texas Governor Abbot ordered Family and Protective Services to investigate doctors, nurses, teachers and parents who help children get gender-affirming care and accuse them of child abuse. A new national poll released today by Data for Progress reveals the powerful resilience of transphobia among many American voters — andRead More →

A proclamation targeting transgender students and Colorado’s public housing and non-discrimination laws, approved by the Monument Academy board of trustees, drew criticism from parents, students and district staff members during of an education council meeting yesterday. Monument Academy is a public charter school in School District 38 in Lewis-Palmer, nearRead More →

Students will learn how to present their work in a digital portfolio and other skills to help them pursue post-secondary education PRESS RELEASENEW CATHOLIC SCHOOL BOARD*************************Until the end of March, a dozen students from grades 9 to 12 in visual arts at the Jeunesse-Nord Catholic high school (Blind River) willRead More →

The Bulgari Magnifica collection features a 93-carat cabochon Colombian emerald that is held in the jaws … [+] of a snake Antonio Barrella, Orizzonte Gallery Studio ©Rizzoli Jewelry books to warm up on winter days when it’s cold outside. There’s nothing like a book with gorgeous photos and a compellingRead More →

As part of National Children’s Dental Health Month, dentists are asking California parents to get actively involved while their children learn to brush their teeth. By third grade, 22% of children in California have untreated tooth decay, according to the California Department of Health. Dr. Erin Shah, a pediatric dentistRead More →

Maybe it’s vertigo I’m battling right now, but Sylvia’s new cycle of children’s musical songs, Nature Child: A Dreamer’s Journey, made me dizzy. Known to adult fans of contemporary country music for her ’80s songs, “Nobody”, “Tumbleweed” and “Drifter”, Sylvia Hutton set out to create a fantasy world where allRead More →

The country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, RepublicRead More →

Arts & Culture DAILY SRQ TUESDAY GOURMET EDITION TUESDAY 22 FEBRUARY 2022 | Pictured: Philomena Marano, Globe of Thunder. The Sarasota Art Center exhibition season continues with four exhibitions, from March 17 to April 30. Osa Atoe: “The Sea Is Alive Within Me” features a collection of functional and decorativeRead More →

Academic Darragh McGee’s “revealing expose” of online sports betting, Copycat games: how the gambling industry hijacked the sport in Britain (and why the US is next), was snapped up by Yellow Jersey Press. Editor Joe Pickering bought the UK and Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, from Martin Redfern of Northbank TalentRead More →

Fantastic Beasts™: Dumbledore’s Secrets: The Magic of the Movie The official companion book to the highly anticipated U.S. premiere on April 15, 2022 Go behind the scenes at Warner Bros. Pictures Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets with this fun and interactive journey into the wizarding world and the filmmaking process. FantasticRead More →

WordPress, with its unparalleled blogging and e-commerce capabilities, is one of the most popular CMS. Powering over 455 million websites across borders, it has become the go-to platform for website owners, whether small businesses or individuals. With additionally thousands of extensions and themes to choose from, the platform is aRead More →

Barry Diller’s IAC/Interactive Corp is ending print editions of Entertainment Weekly, InStyle and four other titles it acquired from Meredith Corporation last year, turning them into digital-only properties. The New York-based digital media company told employees that EW, InStyle, EatingWell, Health, Parents and People en Español will only be availableRead More →

Dotdash bought the magazines in October as part of its $2.7 billion deal for Meredith Corp, bringing titles like People, Allrecipes and Investopedia under one roof. Dotdash Meredith, owned by media mogul Barry Diller IAC, has decided to stop publishing the print editions of six US magazines, including Entertainment WeeklyRead More →

Dotdash Meredith, the digital media company owned by Barry Diller’s publicly traded internet holding company IAC, is trimming print editions to six Meredith titles, including EatingWell, Entertainment Weekly, Health, InStyle, Parents and People en Español, according to a memo obtained. by Axios. Why is this important: IAC acquired about twoRead More →

PORT WASHINGTON — Blakesville Creamery, a women-owned and operated farm creamery in Port Washington, has won a 2022 Good Food Award for its Sunny Ridge Semi-Soft Goat Cheese — Blakesville’s first national award since the cheese shop opened in the summer of 2020. Sunny Ridge is inspired by French St.Read More →

Copies of the Wednesday, January 12 edition of the Athens Banner-Herald. Thank you to everyone who has purchased a Georgia National Football Championship edition or poster from the Athens Banner-Herald. The interest has our staff full of gratitude. Below are updated details on when our office will be open forRead More →

spotted 07:00 Build-A-Bear’s New Line is Really About Adult Infantilization by Mary Harington Build-A-Bear’s Sexy Plush The ‘Build-A-Bear’ children’s toy franchise has launched a line of ‘sexy’ plushes, including one complete with a satin dressing gown and a bottle of champagne. It’s easy to complain about the commercial sexualization ofRead More →

Press release – February 1, 2022 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 1, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey and Fronrath is pleased to announce that 8 lawyers have been included in the 2022 edition of America’s Best Lawyers. Since its first publication in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universallyRead More →

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — The Yakima Herald-Republic will cut its print publication schedule to three days a week starting April 1, officials at the central Washington newspaper announced Tuesday. The Herald-Republic will publish print editions only on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, although it will publish electronically every day of theRead More →