Oaklins DeSilva + Phillips Client Workman Publishing Sold to Hachette Book Group for $ 240 Million | State

NEW YORK, September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Oaklins client DeSilva + Phillips, Workman Publishing, one of the largest and most respected independent book publishers in the United States, and Hachette Book Group today announced that Hachette completed the acquisition of Workman for $ 240 million. The transaction was closed after the successful completion of the regulatory approval process. ...

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Art exhibition on plastic waste will showcase the work of the Environment Agency

BACKLIT Gallery has announced a collaboration with artist Joshua Sofaer and the Environment Agency (EA) to organize an interdisciplinary exhibition on plastic waste. The showcase will use art to spark critical discussions of environmental issues, according to EA, with the exhibit’s centerpiece, a plastic sculpture of a body weighing 98.66 kg, representing the amount of plastic waste generated per capita ...

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“The right to sex” goes beyond the parameters of consent

So this is a book that explicitly addresses intersectionality, even if Srinivasan is not satisfied with the common – and reductive – understanding of the term. Paying attention to the difference isn’t enough, she says. For a book by a philosopher who argues in favor of theory, “The Right to Sex” keeps coming back to the reality of lived experience. ...

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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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