Carol Major’s The Asparagus Wars is a journey through grief, illness and recovery. | Blue Mountain Gazette

what’s up, Carol Major, Katoomba, Varuna, memory Katoomba author Carol Major’s debut book is an emotional, confronting and witty journey through family, illness, grief and recovery. The Asparagus Wars is a memoir that covers, according to the author, “the battle to save my daughter from an aggressive form of muscular dystrophy, complicated by cancer”. Published by independent Australian publishing house ...

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How Grid Virtualization Can Pave the Way for Renewable Energy

Cleary and Palmer also write about the challenge of finding the right balance between supply and demand on the power grid. “Grid operators need to have an idea of ​​how much renewable energy is being produced at any given time, how much renewable energy is expected and how to react to changing production. All of this information can be difficult ...

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Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill and Medal of Honor hero Dakota Meyer write book

The Navy SEAL who fired the shots that killed Osama Bin Laden and the first living Marine to receive the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War are writing a self-help book. Described as “the best of military memoir and straightforward self-help,” according to its official website, “The Way Forward” will switch between the perspective of Robert O’Neill and Dakota ...

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The Frist Art Museum holds the first major exhibition in the United States devoted to medieval art in Bologna

The Frist Art Museum presents Medieval Bologna: art for a university town, the first major museum exhibition in the United States to focus on medieval art made in the prosperous city of Bologna, in northern Italy. Designed and curated by the Senior Curator of the Frist Art Museum, Trinita Kennedy, the exhibition of illuminated manuscripts, paintings and sculptures will be ...

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Panama City receives exhibition of ancient Chinese-style paintings

PANAMA CITY – The latest art exhibition at Gulf Coast State College combines traditional Chinese painting technique with contemporary American subjects, a mix of East and West, new and old. “Campus Life” features paintings by Florida A&M University art professor Nan Liu. It opened on September 10 at the GCSC Amelia Center gallery in Panama City and will run until ...

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Evergrande sell and Bitcoin

The following is taken from a recent edition of Deep Dive, Bitcoin Magazine’s high-end market newsletter. To be among the first to receive this and other on-chain bitcoin market analysis straight to your inbox, Subscribe now. After covering real estate group Evergrande last week in Daily Dive # 060, our biggest concerns were the further spread of contagion to the ...

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Universal Music shares soar on the stock market

The world’s largest music label saw its market value jump to $ 55 billion in Europe’s biggest list of the year. The Universal Music Group (UMG) logo is seen in a building in Zurich, Switzerland, July 20, 2021. (Reuters) Shares of Universal Music Group have jumped by more than a third when they debuted on the stock market, with investors ...

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Twitch and National Music Publishers’ Association strike music deal

Music rights issues have been a major issue for Twitch streamers for some time now, as DMCA takedown notices have resulted in countless clips being removed from the site. However, a new deal between Twitch and the National Music Publishers’ Association could make it easier for streamers and musicians. According to a statement, the two companies aim “to forge productive ...

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125ft Luxury Condo Construction Package for Greenwich Village

GREENWICH VILLAGE, NY – Developers last week filed plans to build an 11-story luxury condo building on the site of a vacant Greenwich Village property that community groups have asked to mark. New building permits have been filed for 66 University Place, the former home of pioneering publishing house Grove Press. More recently, the Greenwich Village address housed the Agata ...

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