Electronic music supergroup, Swedish House Mafia, announce their first-ever North American nightlife residency with Wynn Nightlife at the world-renowned Encore Beach Club and XS Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas. From August 20, the Swedish DJ trio of Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello and Axel “Axwell” Hedfors will bring their award-winning musicRead More →

It’s a strange time to be a journalist. Since the 1970s, trust in the media has dropped dramatically. The results of a Gallup poll published earlier this month, only 16% of American adults now trust newspapers “a lot” or “somewhat”. For trust in TV news, the figure is lower, atRead More →

Art Intelligence Global (AIG), the consultancy founded last year by former Sotheby’s bigwigs Amy Cappellazzo, Yuki Terase and Adam Chinn, is moving into the world of galleries and partnering with a streetwear brand from high level to do so. Today the company announced that it has partnered with fashion brandRead More →

Mary Kauffman, acclaimed author of three other children’s books, has announced her latest picture book, One Lost Toy, will be released on July 27, 2022. In this fourth installment in an anthology series, Kauffman teaches children how to part with material possessions and deal with lost items. A lost toyRead More →

Since the end of Kirby’s 30th anniversary, Nintendo has released a video game called Kirbys Stories: Sweet Dreams. We’re talking about something special for young people, so it’s a really good tribute. The book is published in Japan by Shogakukan. In addition to the illustrations for this story, RURUTEA wroteRead More →

Subscribe: Apple podcast | Spotify | embroiderer | How to listen Acclaimed poet Diana Goetsch has now released “This Body I Wore,” which our reviewer, Manuel Betancourt, called “a painfully beautiful memoir” about “a trans woman’s often thwarted relationship with her own body.” In this week’s podcast, Goetsch talks aboutRead More →

Poets Geordie Miller and Marilyn Lerch holding copies of their collaborative poem Dishmarmonies, fresh off the press from Hardscrabble. Photo: Erica Butler Poets Marylin Lerch and Geordie Miller struck up a conversation about their work at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it turned into a collaboration that’s beingRead More →

Yes, you may borrow money for books. That doesn’t mean you have to buy every book. Continue reading to learn how to buy college books with student loans. How To Use Student Loans for Books? The cash from your student loans will not be accessible immediately if you need toRead More →

The Art insurance market accounted for XX million/billion US$ in 2022 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period 2022-2030, to account for XX million/billion US$ in 2030. Global Art insurance market is segmented by region into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East &Read More →

‘Double Puppy Trouble’ by Danica McKellar. Illustrated by Josée Masse. Danica McKellar, New York Times bestselling author and acclaimed actress, will publish her children’s math book “Double Puppy Trouble” on July 26. It’s a sweet and poignant story that piles on the puppies coupled with a math-helping secret to illustrateRead More →

The September release from Guernica will be the first published English translation of an Ivan Baidak novel. In Sevastopol, March 25. Image – Getty iStockphoto: Elena Odareeva By Porter Anderson, Editor | @Porter_Anderson Release date: September 15 As many Western publishing houses announce their intention to produce works from UkraineRead More →

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> For Malik Martin, who goes by Malik the Martian, the first NFTs he ever created were intensely personal. “It’s basically a roadmap for me to be outdoors,” says the photographer Outside. Called the Constellation Collection, Martin’s photos of the night sky capture his own relationship with nature. “In 2016,Read More →

The recent release of “Frog in the toilet” by Covenant Books author Matthew Czarnecki is an imaginative tale for children in an elementary school class when they discover a frog in their bathroom. Each child imagines a way the frog might have arrived, but they learn that there are thingsRead More →

YAKIMA, Wash. — Nikki Prather wrote the book ‘The bird that could not fly‘, to help children better understand those around them with autism. Prather’s inspiration? Her ten-year-old daughter with autism, who is also non-verbal. The book turned the page to a new chapter for her daughter, Geneviève. Since postingRead More →

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., July 11, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Two bookstores in Oklahoma City welcome Los Angeles-based child author Sammy Wallace. His first book, “I Slept in My Bed Last Night” (ISBN 979-8985784404), will be read by Sammy at Belle Books Boutique & More (11 a.m. – 1 p.m.) andRead More →

“Self-introduction, right?” says a teacher, looking through a candidate’s portfolio blankly for the next term in art school. “It’s extreme self-presentation and absolutely nothing else,” another shrugs, before noticing the painted penis-shaped vibrator that’s also part of the submission and observing dryly, “The main thing is that ‘it’s covered inRead More →

Ash Barty can now officially add “children’s book author” to his already impressive resume. The Australian tennis star today released his own series of children’s books based on the real-life experiences of the sports legend and his family. The 25-year-old launched the early reader series, called Little Ash, alongside herRead More →

Fourteen members of the UW-Madison community have been honored by Madison365 in its annual list of Wisconsin’s Most Influential Asian American Leaders. A non-profit online news publication, Madison365 has published annual power lists recognizing Wisconsin leaders from different racial and ethnic groups since 2015. The purpose of the lists isRead More →

Artwork featured in the COA’s ‘Creatures of Comfort’ exhibit. Courtesy RIFP Roanoke Island Festival Park will host the College of The Albemarle (COA) art exhibit, “Creatures of Comfort,” in its traveling exhibit space this summer. This free exhibition is open to the public from Tuesday to Saturday until September 24,Read More →

The title of this article was inspired by Legible CEO Kaleeg Hainsworth’s session at London Book Fair 2022 titled: How the Next Billion People Will Read Our Books. Undoubtedly, the world is changing rapidly and Africa is not left behind in the paradigm shifts in different industries. The advent ofRead More →

TLX Type S PMC Edition for special PMC treatment; handcrafted in Acura’s Performance Manufacturing Center Previewed in three NSX-derived colors – Curva Red, 130R White and Long Beach Blue Unique accents include Black Roof Sedan and 20-inch lightweight copper wheels First Edition TLX Type S PMC slated for production laterRead More →

Click to enlarge This summer, shoe brand Artemis Design Co. will pop up at Upstate Rug Supply’s brick-and-mortar store in Hudson, selling its signature shoes made from upcycled mid-century kilim rugs. Lovers of ancient Turkish textiles will be delighted with this new way to appreciate the patterns, colorsRead More →

LONDON, July 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — This week, Derrick Adamsthe famous New York-artist based, launched Derrick Adams Publishinga online platform offering unique artwork editions in its distinct visual style. Derrick Adams, FUNTIME UNICORN, 2022 Installation view, Rockefeller Center, New York, Courtesy of Derrick Adams Editions Photography Satvik Bhati At theRead More →