A new series is *recorded* for Chip and Joanna Gaines‘Magnolia Network. Craft hotels joins the network’s growing list of original programming, and Parade.com has an exclusive first look at the trailer. “We create hotels that reflect the cities and universities they inhabit”, Ben Weprin, founder of Graduate Hotels, says inRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Famed ornithologist, author and explorer Enam-Ul-Haque sits down with The Business Standard to talk about his life’s work January 21, 2022, 2:45 PM Last modification: January 21, 2022, 3:53 PM Illustration: TBS “> Illustration: TBS On the morning of January 6, the memory of Enam-Ul-Haque of Tanguar Haor was stillRead More →

According to the first information report, the company diverted the funds intended for short-term use to use them for long-term purposes. According to the first information report, the company diverted the funds intended for short-term use to use them for long-term purposes. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) convicted OmkarRead More →

Edward Kranz has always had artistic tendencies. From his childhood in Erie, he drew, painted, and played guitar. Kranz, now 53, is also a skilled craftsman. He worked for years for his father’s construction company, which recently helped Erie-based Amerail Systems undertake exterior renovations at hotels across the country. HeRead More →

CARLISLE (CBS) — The small town of Carlisle, with about five thousand residents, hasn’t changed much in the 371 years since it was first settled. There are no apartment complexes, no malls and no traffic lights. Thirty percent of the land is permanently protected open space, perfect for animals andRead More →

The past year has seen the publication of wonderful books for young adults by South Asian writers and illustrators. With various themes ranging from climate conservation to monsters, Indian history, music, extraordinary lives, and courage, we’ve put together a list of the ten best YA books of 2021. Get storiesRead More →

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KINGSPORT — The Seniors Center continued its Christmas market tradition this year with the Old Fashioned Christmas Fair at the Renaissance Center on Friday and Saturday. The fair featured over 40 local artisans with handmade pottery, jewelry, baskets, soaps and more. Local woodturner Harold Pannell returned to the fair forRead More →

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Hannah Michelle BussaNEWS EDITOR Banned Books Week celebrates freedom of expression. Photo courtesy of the American Library Association. Banned Books Week was celebrated from September 26 to October 2 this year. Sam Petto, communications director for the ACLU of Nebraska, said Banned Books Week is an annual celebration of theRead More →

Fast-growing Indian street food concept shows just how flexible its footprint is with new locations planned for student union zones at Stanford University and University of California, San Diego San Francisco, California (RestaurantNews.com) Curry Up Now, India’s largest and fastest growing fast-food concept in the country, known for its innovativeRead More →

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Detroit Book Festival Detroit Festival of Books returns July 11 to Eastern Market. Select events happening in Metro Detroit this week. Submit your events metrotimes.com/calendar. Thu 7/15-Sat 7/17 Ann Arbor Art Fair Give us art or give us death, shit! OK, so when we saidRead More →

ALEXANDRIA, La.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–After being relocated for 10 months due to extreme damage from Hurricane Laura, the Books-A-Million store in Alexandria, LA is now back in its place. The indoor Joe Muggs cafe is also back, serving craft coffee drinks and treats to customers excited to find their favorite bookstore. WhenRead More →

After 83 years, Portland’s oldest bookstore will close Saturday, April 24 due to the pandemic, economic hardship and pressure from landlords; mandatory packaging. PORTLAND, Ore. (PORTLAND TRIBUNE) – The store with the faded sign at 336 SW 3rd Ave. has reached the end of the line. At least in itsRead More →

Black-owned businesses are highlighted on the Built Oregon Marketplace to celebrate Black History Month. These makers, who invented food, books, and captivating products, can arrange pickup from their store or delivery to your door. The builtoregon.shop site also makes it easy to find emerging small businesses by region. The BuiltRead More →

Originally from Cincinnati, Gregory Kornbluh traveled all over the country looking at books, perfecting the bookstore of his dreams in his mind. Now Kornbluh and his dream have returned to Cincinnati’s Northside. Downbound Books opened on October 25 at the corner of Apple and Knowlton streets. The independent bookstore specializesRead More →

When Katy Kelleher was approached to write a book about crafts in Maine, she expanded the notion far beyond pottery and sculpture. “I started thinking about how a lot of the creativity here takes on other formats, like baking and weaving and even harvesting lobster and seaweed,” said Kelleher, freelanceRead More →