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If you thought you knew Michael Audain, think again

Breadcrumb Links Local arts Books Prominent art collector and benefactor Michael Audain takes a detailed journey through a long and well-lived life. Author of the article: Dana gee Polygon art collector / philanthropist and president Michael Audain is seen here at the Polygon offices in Vancouver. The artwork behind him, by British Columbia artist Takeo Tanabe, depicts the Jordan River ...

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Bracken Bower Prize 2021: the finalists

The 2021 Bracken Bower Prize finalists address cybercrime, the future of higher education, and the stories of seven change actors fighting to stop climate change, in their proposals for new business books. The £ 15,000 prize, first awarded in 2014 and supported by the Financial Times and McKinsey, recognizes the best business book proposal from an author under 35 and ...

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Philly Food influencer wrote a cookbook using Trader Joe’s products

Questions and answers Local grammar writer Tracey Korsen talks about her newly released cookbook, as well as what’s still in her grocery store. Get wellness tips, workout trends, healthy eating and more straight to your inbox with our Be Well newsletter. Cooking with 5 Trader Joe’s Ingredients, written by Philly resident and food Instagrammer Tracey Korsen, is released today. / ...

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O’Hanlon wins Varuna / NEWC scholarship | Books + Publishing

November 22, 2021 @booksandpublishing James O’Hanlon won the 2021 Varuna / New England Writers’ Center (NEWC) Fellowship for his manuscript “I Love Spiders”. O’Hanlon receives a week-long writing residency at Varuna, The National Writers’ House, in the Blue Mountains. The scholarship, which will start in 2022, also includes full board and accommodation in Varuna, funds for travel and one-on-one consultation ...

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Lakeview graduate “Classroom Clown” helps others as a school psychologist | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted Diane M. Ross, originally from Cortland, is performing a comedy in Northern Virginia. Ross’s memoir “First Generation Normal” publishes on Thanksgiving Day. CORTLAND – In a life full of improbabilities, half-hearted student Diane M. Ross has become the lady who motivates reluctant youth to love education. “I was not a good student, a bit of a class clown, ...

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Marcel Duchamp Hauser & Wirth Publishers Art Book

When Marcel Duchamp published in 1959, it became the go-to publication on the artist for decades to come. While the French version of Trianon Press has been reprinted several times, the English version of Grove Press has been out of print for over two decades – so far Hauser & Wirth Publishers has published a facsimile of this classic monograph. ...

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Biden’s pick for antitrust justice job Jonathan Kanter gets Senate approval

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s choice to lead competition law enforcement at the Justice Department has gained Senate approval as his administration pursues actions against outsized market power it has condemned in several sectors, including big tech, healthcare, airlines and agriculture. The bipartisan vote on Tuesday was 68-29 to confirm Jonathan Kanter, an antitrust lawyer who has opposed tech giants ...

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Author Mitchell Ryan’s new book “Fall of a Sparrow” is a semi-autobiographical account of the author’s life and career, focusing on his relationship with his son.

MAR VISTA, Calif. (PRWEB) November 12, 2021 Mitchell Ryan, actor, artist and writer, has completed his new book “Fall of a Sparrow”: a personal and up-close look at the author’s life through tragedies and triumphs. As Ryan puts it, “This is not the autobiography of a typical actor. “And then I made this movie. “And then I played this piece. ...

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Opus One Studios and Code of Support Foundation publish graphic history of American veterans

MCLEAN, Virginia, November 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Opus One Studios, publisher of creative products supporting deserving causes, today announced the release of a graphic novel-style publication to support the Education & Engagement program of the Code of Support Foundation by recounting the history of American veterans and introducing readers to the United States armed forces. Cover of “Johnny ...

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Sourcebooks sends eight associates to Worzalla “printing university”

Sourcebooks, a leading entrepreneurial publisher, recently sent eight of its associates to the Worzalla Printing University program, an intensive workshop aimed at educating publishing professionals on the book-making process. Specializing in printing high-quality children’s books, movie books and cookbooks, Worzalla gave attendees first-hand insight into every step of the book printing process from start to finish. The workshops were conducted ...

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