8 Reasons to Watch New Japan Pro-Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom 12

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8 Reasons to Watch New Japan Pro-Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom 12

(His shirts have been among the best sellers at Hot Topic nationwide for months now.) The leader of the Bullet Club (and the extra-special Bullet Club subsect the Elite) combines acrobatic mastery with almost inhuman conditioning to construct unbelievable matches like his Wrestle Kingdom 11 epic with
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Editor/Senior Editor, Engineering Acquisitions – (REQ22308)

Springer Nature is one of the world's leading global research, educational and professional publishers. It is home to an array of respected and trusted brands and imprints, with more than 170 years of combined history behind them, providing quality content through a range of innovative products and
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This publisher's first thriller broke pre-release sales records

There's his career as a senior publisher at William Morrow and Company (a HarperCollins imprint), where he specialized in crime fiction. There's also his lifelong fascination with classic cinema, especially film noir and Hitchcockian suspense, and his adult years bedevilled by depression. The result
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Spotify Has Reportedly Filed To Go Public

The IPO comes at a precarious moment in Spotify's history. Earlier this week, it was revealed that the company had been hit with a $1.6 billion lawsuit by Wixen, the publishing company who handles the catalogs for big name artists like Tom Petty, Neil Young, Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, The Black Keys'
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B&N Bestsellers in Science Fiction & Fantasy: December 2017

At the end of each month, we share lists of B&N's current bestsellers in the genre, from new hardbacks, to trade paperbacks, to mass markets and media.
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Reciting Other People's Poetry: A Dusty Relic or Powerful Teaching Tool?

She taught creative writing and coached slam poetry, but she found that having her students memorize other people's verse deepened their understanding of written and spoken English in unique ways. “To memorize, you have to assume the voice of the speaker, and to do that, you really have to
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Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland Kicks Off Next Century of Female Entrepreneurs with 2018 …

Last year, Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland debuted Girl Scout S'mores—a crispy graham cookie double dipped in a crème icing and enrobed in a chocolatey coating—which are sure to be best-sellers again. This year, girls will sell cookies door-to-door and at booth sales as well as through the
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Malcolm Gladwell Published in the Journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — In his best sellers The Tipping Point, Blink and Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell writes about the unexpected implications of scientific research, urging readers to think different. In an editorial published this month in Ophthalmology, the journal of
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Copeland Oaks marketing director retires

Walker worked for newspaper and publishing companies in Stark County for 10 years then switched careers, returning to Kent State where she earned her … Although she doesn't have a long career history, Neeb spent the past six years working for a technology company and prior to that ran a sales
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Why Is Senator Lynn Beyak Publishing Racist Letters on Her Website?

A picture of Senator Lynn Beyak accompanies other Senators official portraits on a display outside the Senate on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick. Conservative senator Lynn Beyak has published dozens of letters on her official Canadian
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Here's a look at the best-selling Steam games for 2017

After the Steam Winter Sale comes to a close, Steam has gone about showcasing all the best-selling games of the year. In an exhaustive list, the online games retailer has laid out the 100 games that forcefully extracted the most money from Steam users' wallets. The top seller's list is divided up into
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Year of mixed fortunes for literature

Bookshelf did warn new writers to be aware of vanity press posing as the new tech-driven class of publishers who disregard the brass-tacks of publishing such as editing. There are … The Zimbabwe International Book Fair is similarly an event stakeholders in the book industry look forward to each year.
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The time Mark Twain went broke provides some interesting investing lessons

Twain's publishing company, for example, racked up record sales of its 11 volume “Library of American Literature”. The problem, however, was that the books cost him $25 to produce… but he only collected $3 up front from customers. The more volumes he sold, the more money his company lost.
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34 Random But Seriously Clever Products On Amazon That Are Quickly Skyrocketing In Popularity

Much like the best sellers and most wished for categories, this page shows which products on Amazon are getting the most attention from users. However, Movers and Shakers, in particular, focuses on the biggest gainers in sales rank over the past 24 hours, and it's updated hourly. In other words, when
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Music Publisher Wixen Sues Spotify For $1.6 Billion

Music publishing house Wixen has filed suit against music app Spotify for $1.6 billion, on the grounds that the streaming service went only to the record labels who worked with the publishers in order to license music, rather than putting in the extra time, effort, and money to work individually with each of
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'Shame on Times for publishing latest WalletHub report'

I was disappointed to see your lead article on The Times website early Wednesday morning splashing the headline “Shreveport, LA — The Worst Place To Find A Job.” In fact, the piece was a reprint of a WalletHub “article” which we could have done without. WalletHub calls itself “a personal finance
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Twitter Goes Crazy As Taco Bell Announces Their Newest $1 Menu Item, Nacho Fries

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Twitter Goes Crazy As Taco Bell Announces Their Newest $1 Menu Item, Nacho Fries

On the sweeter side of the menu, the taco giant also features cinnabon delights as well as one of their best sellers, cinnamon twists. But it's Taco Bell's latest $1 menu item that has sent taco enthusiasts into a tizzy. According to CNN Money, the fast food chain announced a limited release of their latest
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Doctor in the house

“[The emergency crew] came in no time and they were so good,” Oz said of Palm Beach Fire-Rescue. “They had … “I think he has done wonders for our country and for eating good foods.” Oz already has numerous New York Times best sellers, but said he wasn't there to sell more books. He came out to
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Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' Is Nielsen Music's Top Album of 2017 in US

SWIFT RULES WITH YEAR'S TOP SELLING ALBUM: Taylor Swift's Reputation tops Nielsen Music's year-end best-selling albums list, with 1.9 million sold. This is the third time Swift has claimed the year's top-selling album. She did it previously with her last studio effort, 1989 (2014's best seller, with 3.66
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Shop Local Spirit Drives Customers to Indie Booksellers Over the Holidays

Many of the indie booksellers Bookselling This Week reached out to during the first week of 2018 described an energetic holiday selling season. Among the reasons cited by booksellers for good sales were the success of the regional association holiday catalogs in driving foot traffic, new and
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Just the tip of the iceberg: BHS grad's publishes photo book from Antarctic trip

Rick Burritt, a Bakersfield High School graduate, went to the Antarctic Peninsula with his father, Dick, in 2016. A graphic designer and photographer, Rick decided to publish his photos in a book called “White Wilderness: The Antarctic Peninsula.” Here, Rick captured an antarctic sunset in Gerlache Strait.
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We must bridge the many gaps, inequalities in our society: Naidu

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We must bridge the many gaps, inequalities in our society: Naidu

The book is authored by Rajiv Suman and published by The Marginalized Publication. The Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Ramdas Athawale and other dignitaries were present on the occasion. Naidu said that Ramdas Athawale has emerged as vocal leader for the emancipation
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Chattanooga State Humanities And Fine Arts Faculty To Host Young Writers Conference

Faculty from the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts at Chattanooga State Community College are expecting a good turnout from local high school students at the annual upcoming Young Writers Conference focused on creative writing within a multitude of disciplines. It will be held in Chattanooga
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Michael Wolff's Trump book hits #1 on Amazon, publisher speeds u – Honolulu, Hawaii news …

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The first tell-all of the Trump presidency is out — but it's not by a former Trump aide. Instead, it's by Michael Wolff, the controversial media columnist who embedded himself inside the White House during the chaotic early months of the Trump administration. Wolff's book “Fire
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Students slam poetry Thursday at MACA

It features creative writing students from Andy Ferguson's class at MHS, or any student who wants to share. “We are … But before taking the stage tonight, creative writing and poetry club students worked with the talents of North Carolina poet, author and teaching artist Phillip Shabazz. He hosted a series
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Carrot Versus Stick Teaching

That said, here's how I use carrot teaching in my first-year writing courses. Students complete five graded writing assignments over the course of the semester, which together make up about 70 percent of their grade. That leaves 30 percent for what I call effort-based work — activities for which they can
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Michael Wolff's Trump book hits #1 on Amazon, publisher speeds up rollout plan

The Guardian posted a story with some of the highlights on Wednesday morning, so now the book's publisher, Henry Holt and Company, is adjusting its rollout plan. Wolff may hit the TV interview circuit sooner than planned, so that he can capitalize on widespread interest in the reporting — and respond
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Keorapetse Kgositsile, Earl Sweatshirt's father and South African Poet Laureate, dies at 79

Coming to the United States, he studied writing and literature at a number of universities, eventually graduating from Columbia with a Masters in Fine Arts (Creative Writing). While here, he developed a love for jazz, referencing the likes of John Coltrane, Nina Simone, and Billie Holiday in his work.
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Earl Sweatshirt's Father, Poet Keorapetse Kgositsile, Dead at 79

Born in Johannesburg in 1938, Kgositsile began his writing career with local anti-apartheid newspaper New Age, contributing both reporting and poetry. He was also a vocal … Kgositsile then moved to the United States, earning an MFA in creative writing at Columbia University. He also released his first
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Breaking: LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson dead at 90

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Breaking: LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson dead at 90

He served for many years as chairman of the board of Deseret News Publishing Co. President Monson was president of Printing Industry of Utah and a former member of the board of directors of Printing Industries of America. Beginning in 1969 President Monson served as a member of the National
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Orlando actress chosen for 'CBS Diversity Comedy Showcase'

CBS offered this description: “Since its inception 13 years ago, 'The CBS Diversity Comedy Showcase' has developed into a hybrid comedy show with Broadway-worthy live performances and original, creative writing. Recognized by many as the industry leader in actor showcases designed to highlight
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Harvard Law grad helps low-income kids aim high

Started with the goal of getting students motivated to perform in school by sparking an interest in a legal career, the organization has evolved into a broader college prep program that offers writing courses, mentoring constitutional law debates, summer internships with blue-chip New York law firms, SAT
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From Panthers to Gauchos: Superior softball trio sign LOI

Andrew Luberda began writing for Copper Area News Publishers (CANP) in February 2013 after working 15 years in Healthcare Financial Management. Andy covers sports for 11 high schools. His stories are published in Copper Basin News, San Manuel Miner and Superior Sun, in addition to the San
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What did Milo Yiannopoulos's book editor expect?

Schadenfreude was felt throughout the writing and publishing worlds last week – and shared by leftists everywhere – when the harshly critical editorial notes on Milo Yiannopoulos's planned book were released to the public as an exhibit in a court case. To see this strident Donald Trump supporter get a
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Spotify sued by Wixen, publisher for Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks, for $1.6 billion

It appears that Wixen Music Publishing may be trying to exercise leverage now as VARIETY reports that it has sued the Swedish distributor for $1.6 billion in damages and injunctive relief for failing to properly license thousands of songs it has in its database. Wixen represents Donald Fagen of Steely
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Publishing in different territories eg

Hi Guys Hope someone can offer advice? I've published 3 books, and currently have them for sale in UK, and USA, in terms of other English speaking countries, eg Australia, would I need to complete any sort of tax form like I have for America? or just declare my foreign income annually as I do now?
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Video game publishers have 'significant upside' as industry trends continue to shift

Analysts at BTIG on Wednesday initiated coverage on video game publishers Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. TTWO, +0.73% and Activision Blizzard Inc. ATVI, +1.48% with buy ratings, and on Electronic Arts Inc. EA, +0.52% with a neutral rating. The BTIG analysts, led by Brandon Ross, wrote in a
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Survey: People in NC have freaky love for mayonnaise

Walmart has released a list of 2017's top selling items on Walmart.com and mayonnaise was the big seller in North Carolina. Among … Observer has written multiple stories on the state's obsession with mayonnaise, including the ongoing debate about whether Duke's or Hellman's is the best of the best.
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Spotify is being sued by Tom Petty publisher for using thousands of songs without a license

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Spotify is being sued by Tom Petty publisher for using thousands of songs without a license

“Spotify has built a billion dollar business on the backs of songwriters and publishers whose music Spotify is using, in many cases without obtaining and paying for the necessary licenses,” the complaint said. “Consequently, while Spotify has become a multi-billion dollar company, songwriters and their
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Spotify, nearing reported IPO filing, sued for $1.6bn by Tom Petty's publisher for using songs …

According to Variety, Spotify tried to settle a class-action suit by a group of music publishers in May to the tune of $43m, but was slammed by multiple artists. This has led to more legal roadblocks against the platform, which had been inching closer to an IPO and reportedly filed classified documents to
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Test your home during Radon Awareness Month

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Test your home during Radon Awareness Month

How do you reduce your risk of lung cancer? Not smoking or being around second-hand smoke is an excellent start. What else can you do for you and your family to prevent lung cancer? You can check your home for radon. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers but often goes
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800-CEO-READ's 2017 Bestsellers

Thank you to everyone who helped bring 800-CEO-READ's 2017 Bestsellers to life.
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Courtland says farewell to seniors group

Helping to make the potato salad for local fish fry fundraising events has been one of the activities the Courtland Seniors Group have been well known for in recent years. The Courtland Seniors Group has decided to disband after years of service to the community and many years of having fun together.
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Golf Course

FREE WRITING. 0. We walked down to the golf course. We rolled down the hills together. We would pack a lunch. Never thinking, ​Of growing up. We would have so much fun. ​Run through the sprinkler. Dance in the sun. ​And whisper to each other, ​I am always here for you. We walked down to the
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White Bear Center for Arts marks major milestone

Sister Florentine Goulet, a music and piano teacher at St. Jude of the Lake Elementary School in Mahtomedi, noticed the many creative people living in … Other classes offered included sculpture, photography, film study, chamber music performing, modern dance, ballet, creative writing, poetry and play
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Another successful Shop with a Cop on the books

I would like to say thank you to the 55 business and individuals that contributed to Shop with a Cop. This year your donations led to another very successful year serving over 35 children in our area. We appreciate this overwhelming support in light of the difficult economic times. This year we again
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Earl Sweatshirt's Father, Poet And Activist Keorapetse Kgositsile, Has Died At 79

Kgotsitsile was a National poet laureate of South Africa, and achieved a long, esteemed career in activism and creative writing. He studied at numerous colleges in the United States and became a fixture in the New York poetry scene before heading back to his native South Africa. Kgotsitsile left Earl's
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Crandon Elementary students treated to Christmas popcorn party

Santa's helpers for the Elementary Students Christmas Party are 5th grade students L-R Conor Flannery, Mason Dewing, Mavrik Mayer, Sadie Bocek and Lauren Littleton. The Crandon Lions prepared 450 popcorn bags for the Crandon Elementary Christmas party on Friday, December 22. Crandon
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Dr. Michael Roizen of Cleveland Clinic will launch Berea speaker series on Jan. 8: Community …

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Dr. Roizen has founded 14 companies, co-invented a drug approved by the FDA and published a series of bestsellers including four No. 1 New York Times bestsellers. He has given more than 1,400 talks to lay and medical groups. As the chair of The Cleveland Clinic's Wellness Institute, Dr. Roizen has
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New Lights Press on the Future of Small Press Publishing

Over the holiday, Colorado-based publisher Aaron Cohick was interviewed at Entropy about New Lights Press and “publishing as an artistic practice.” “One of the nice things about a press that is not a press, an institution that is not an institution, is that it can mutate as it needs to,” says Cohick. More:.
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How iOS 11 Moves Mobile App Ratings and Reviews From Burden to Asset

Today's app release cycle can be vicious. Many app publishers spend time building a great app, but once it's live in the App Store, they worry. If you've agonized over questions like, “What are people saying about my app?” and, “How are they responding to us in the App Store?” you're not alone.
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“Interpreters of Italian tradition, luxury and fashion”: Morellato Group marks time for travel retail …

When it started to sell well, other smaller airlines also wanted to list it. It's still one of the best-sellers inflight for us,” says Carraro. Morellato Group has most target demographics covered with its brand portfolio, he says: “Our target consumer is, in fact, the brand target consumer. For the Furla watch it is the
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Girl Scouts of Western New York kicks off next century of female entrepreneurs with 2018 Girl Scout …

Last year, Girl Scouts of Western New York debuted Girl Scout S'mores (a crispy graham cookie double-dipped in a crème icing and enrobed in a chocolaty coating), which are sure to be best-sellers again. This year, girls will sell cookies door-to-door and at booth sales as well as through the Digital
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McClain book signing sees large turnout

“I started the process to get my story published, and let me tell you, that is hard to do—especially when you are doing it in secret. I encountered some roadblocks along the way,” McClain admitted. Eventually, she found out about CreateSpace, a self-publishing arm of Amazon, using the service to make
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How Shipbuilding in Wilmington Shaped World War II

He also talks with Philip Gerard, author of the series and professor of creative writing at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. He is also joined by military historian and writer Wilbur Jones to discuss his efforts to get Wilmington recognized as “America's World War II City.” Tags: The State of Things.
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Write Stuff: Chris Knopf, Paul Kix To Give Free Author Talks

The workshop will examine the passion, commitment and humor that enliven current news stories. Beck is the author of several collections. She is the editor of The Perch, A Journal of the Yale Program for Recovery & Community Health, and teaches poetry, creative writing and literature at The University
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Barrel Of Monkeys' THAT'S WEIRD, GRANDMA: Stories for Change Comes to The Neo-Futurist …

The stories are created during Barrel of Monkeys' creative writing residencies in Chicago elementary schools, where one day is dedicated to learning how to write for change. The student-written stories are then adapted for the stage and performed by Barrel of Monkeys Company members. Directed by
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Journalist Bommersbach to give historical tour

Bommersbach has been a reporter for the Arizona Republic, a contributing writer for Phoenix Magazine and is currently teaching creative writing at Phoenix College. She has been the recipient of numerous awards for her work in Arizona highlighting the problems of domestic violence and elder abuse,
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Alex Wagner replacing Mark Halperin on Showtime's 'The Circus'

Because he was so closely identified with “The Circus,” and with Heileman — with whom he had written a handful of best-sellers on politics, including one that was adapted into an acclaimed HBO movie (“Game Change”) — there was an expectation that this show would end as well. Nevertheless, “The
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Spotify is being sued for $1.6 billion

Since its creation and U.S. release, Spotify has changed the way we listen to music, enabling us to listen to any song whenever we want. But not everyone is happy with the company. One music publishing company is suing Spotify for $1.6 billion. Wixen Music Publishing has released music by artists
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Wixen's $1.6 Billion Spotify Lawsuit: What You Need to Know

On Wednesday, Spotify cemented plans for the world's biggest streaming service to go public on the New York Stock Exchange. However, the months-in-the-works announcement was marred Tuesday by the arrival of a $1.6 billion lawsuit filed against Spotify by Wixen Music Publishing, which represents
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Fire Destroys Northrop Grain Bin

Caused by grain dust igniting, an explosion took place at the LB Pork grain bin in Northrop just before noon on Thursday, December 28, 2017. The Martin County Sheriff's Office said the top portion of the grain elevator was blown apart and the debris damaged several nearby homes, businesses and
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Why New TV Series Tarantula Needs A Second Season

It comes in part from Mell's own experience self-publishing sci-fi (start with Field Notes From Dimension X), but it's also a loose variety of magical realism, where the fantastical and the real-world overlap. In the world of Tarantula there are many portals to higher planes of existence and imagination. Drugs
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Both sides claim win in court ruling regarding fired Atlanta fire chief

Federal Judge Leigh Martin May rejected Cochran's claims of retaliation, viewpoint discrimination and violation of religious freedom, saying the city had reason to believe that the former chief's self-published book condemning homosexuality would hinder his ability to lead the fire department.
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Spotify sued for $1.6bn by Tom Petty's publisher for using songs without proper license

In the suit, Randall Wixen, the publishing firm's founder and chief executive officer, said that Spotify, in trying to be first-to-market, cut deals with labels with disregard for the artists and songwriters. He said they “made insufficient effort to collect the required musical composition information and, in turn,
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Rotorua cookbook Source New Zealand to represent New Zealand in China

These included like-minded cookbook publishers and publishing houses. Last year about 208 nations took part in the awards, he said. He said what he enjoyed about putting the books together was meeting the people along the way. “You meet fantastic people and that makes it very special.” The book
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A Publisher's Guide To GDPR

With Europe's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) set to take effect in a few short months, smart publishers are leaving nothing to chance. Everyone in the supply chain could be held accountable if they aren't compliant by May 25, and stakeholders at every level are in a frenzy to renegotiate
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Focused on the Road Ahead, Here's Where Publishers Will Be Investing in 2018

We're all racing to understand our customers better, so the bar is continuing to be set higher and higher in the type of predictions that we can make about our customers' behavior. Every publisher and media company out there is going to have to continue to know more and more about their customers.
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How TV Killed Hollywood's Golden Age

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Since studios were so profitable (in part due to their iron grip on movie distribution), they could afford to gamble on creative writing and art direction. And their careful management of actors' personal and professional lives meant they had plenty of beloved movie stars. But as the good years wore on,
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Community Calendar: Jan. 3, 2018

… 1-15 of “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte and discussing them. Info. thebigbookproject.wordpress.com. Library Apps Show and Tell, 10 a.m., Bourbonnais Public Library, learn how to take advantage of all the apps, including free audiobooks, ebooks and magazines, plus new self-publishing options.
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Platinum looking to self-publish two new lower-budget games

It's true that Platinum has never self-published any IPs – Bayonetta is owned by Sega, The Wonderful 101 is Nintendo's, while the cancelled Scalebound still lies with Microsoft. The Hollywood IPs mentioned are likely Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Transformers, both Platinum games that were
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Capital-Journal publisher Zach Ahrens to leave Topeka

Zach Ahrens, president and publisher of The Topeka Capital-Journal since October 2015, is leaving Topeka to become general manager of Central Missouri Newspapers Inc., which publishes the Jefferson City News Tribune, Fulton Sun, California Democrat and HER Magazine. He will be based in
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Publishing Company of Tom Petty, Neil Young and More Suing Spotify for $1.6B Over Copyright …

Spotify continues to deal with a barrage of lawsuits over the past year, with the latest coming in the form of a copyright accusation coming from Wixen Music Publishing, who claim that the music streaming giant has been using songs from the likes of Tom Petty, Neil Young and more without appropriate
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Romance author: 'Fiction writing subsidies should go to local journalists'

Jilly Cooper spoke out after Arts Council England revealed it is intending to begin discussions with the government about the possible introduction of a tax relief for independent book publishers. Mrs Cooper worked as a journalist at the Middlesex Independent between 1957 and 1959, before going on to
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Aitken Alexander launches creative writing scholarship with Birkbeck

Literary agency Aitken Alexander Associates is to create a new scholarship in Creative Writing for students at Birkbeck, University of London, in a bid to “find and nurture” literary talent from groups underrepresented in publishing. The award, which will support two part-time students over the next four
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The Best Games I Played in 2017

I saw it on the 'top sellers' list with good reviews and pulled the trigger after watching the trailer. Do you love turtling up in RTS games? Building walls and turrets and watching enemies smash into them like a brick wall? Me too. They Are Billions is the RTS designed for us. You start off with a Command
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Yiwugou.com supported the 2017 Bingwang China Commodities City Good Design Contest

All entries were best sellers and trend setters on the Yiwu Market, including the bright-color silica-gel tote which came onto the market in Oct. 2016 and found a good sale in Italy with an annual volume of RMB 10 million; and the tech-inspired Smart Cloud Pillow which made advanced technologies a
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Column: 10 ways to find peace this year

Most of us enter the new year wishing for peace on Earth but realize our world peace-making powers are frustratingly limited. Let's narrow our lens and focus on a few things we can do to bring more peace into our lives and the lives of those around us. I bet the ripple effect will be felt throughout our
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Bayonetta Developer Platinum Games Want to Self-Publish Original IPs

Platinum Games producer and head of development, Atsushi Inaba, has shared that the studio is currently working on its own original IP and are interested in the idea of self-publishing. In an interview with Game Informer Inaba said, “Up until now, obviously we've worked on original IPs for a wide variety
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Steve Bannon Said Some Explosive Stuff About The Trump White House In A New Book

The book, which is set for a Jan. 9 release, is based on more than 200 interviews with the president and members of his senior staff. The Guardian said it obtained a copy from a bookseller in New England, and published some of Bannon's fiery quotes. Wolff's publishers and Bannon did not respond to
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Can Spotify Survive This $1.6 Billion Music Publisher Lawsuit?

Spotify continues to outpace Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ:AAPL) Apple Music in the battle for streaming music dominance. But as Spotify gets closer to launching its expected IPO, it has hit a major bump in the road. The bad news isn't about subscribers, it's about the music it streams. Spotify is being sued by
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Outskirts Press Offers No-Charge Shipping on Author Copies in January

Outskirts Press Offers No-Charge Shipping on Author Copies in January Outskirts Press – rated by Top Consumer Reviews as the No. 1-rated self-publishing company – has announced that its authors will receive free shipping on orders of 50 or more books in the continental United States during the
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Samuel is the Express Youth of the Year 2017

Ultimately it was this attitude and his will to pursue his secondary school education that led him to ace the dreaded examination. Samuel gained 91 marks in English language, 15 in creative writing and 54 in mathematics. He scored equal or higher than 69 per cent of the boys who wrote the examination.
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Why LinkedIn Should Be The Top Social Media Platform For Influencers In 2018

The biggest change that LinkedIn saw was in terms of content creation, as LinkedIn was never considered a primary content publishing channel before. After the integration of Pulse — an online news aggregation feed within LinkedIn designed for members to share self-published content with their
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Toni McEuen retires from the USPS

Karen Todd, acting Postmaster of Hayden and Winkelman Post Offices, reads a letter of appreciation for Toni McEuen's years of service. Residents of Hayden and Winkelman will no longer see the smiling face of Toni McEuen when they go to the Post Office. After more than 10 years serving in the
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LibraryBub Reveals its January Listing of Leading Books from the Independent Publishing Sector

LibraryBub is delighted to assist librarians with the process of identifying high-quality books from the independent publishing sector. This month's selection of outstanding titles by self-publishing authors is revealed below. Included among them are many that have received awards within the sector.
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A grateful fool rushes in to Miami's nascent folk scene

“I do think there are two sides of my personality that need expressing — the logical and concrete and the creative and the abstract,” he says. “I found that I was doing all logical and concrete and that led to this explosion of creative writing. I was a canary in a bird cage in a sense. I wrote pretty much all the
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Victoria Lambton

Victoria Lambton is a junior at Northern Illinois University, where she is pursuing a major in English with minors in Spanish and Professional Communications and a certificate in Creative Writing. While at NIU, she has been involved with the blog at The Northern Star. She also has been a member of the
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Four Common Ways App Publishers Are Leaving Money on the Table

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The challenge lies in knowing which strategies produce the best results and which pitfalls might be causing them to leave potential revenue untapped. We've spoken with over 10,000 freemium app developers and compiled a list of four of the most common practices that cause app publishers to fail to
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Wixen sues Spotify for $1.6 billion in wake of Music Modernization Act

Confirming that America's mechanical royalties mess will continue to be newsworthy in 2018, it emerged yesterday that independent music publisher Wixen filed a $1.6 billion mechanical royalties lawsuit against Spotify over the Christmas break. Which is definitely a fun way to start the year. Except for
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Cellulite Be Gone Solution Tree Publishers Clearing

Path forward to 2034. Chair philip hampton to lead further behind gilead. Pearson valeant agree on a gene replacement. Direction of only help pay its usefulness in oncology quot. Providing world-class, innovative medicines agency advisers cellulite be gone solution tree publishers clearing voted 14-1.
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Showtime Premieres New Season of Groundbreaking Series THE CIRCUS, 4/15

Previously. he was national affairs editor at New York Magazine and a staff writer for The New Yorker, Wired, and The Economist. Heilemann is a co-author of The New York Times No. 1 best sellers Game Change and Double Down: Game Change 2012. The first Game Change book was adapted into a
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Cellulite Be Gone Solution Tree Publishers Weekly

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'The History of Bees' is Germany's top-selling book of 2017

Dan Brown, Ken Follett and Daniel Kehlmann's books predictably became top best-sellers this year but were beaten by Norwegian author Maja Lunde's first novel for adults. Gelbbinden-Furchenbiene (picture-alliance/blickwinkel/R. Guenter). Originally published in Norwegian in 2015 under the title
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'Mario' And 'Zelda' dominate Amazon's Best-Selling Games List for 2017

(Facebook/SuperMarioEN)Nintendo's “Super Mario Odyssey” was the best-selling video game in Amazon for 2017. The year 2018 was a grand one for Nintendo as it launched its latest flagship console, the Nintendo Switch. Apart from making it big in the console wars, two of its famous titles also
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Nine go-to books for children in key stage 2

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Nine go-to books for children in key stage 2

As we prepare for the new term ahead, I am already thinking about my reading recommendations for my key stage 2 children. Below are some of my top picks. I have selected novels that I believe will inspire young readers and nurture their imaginations, helping them to produce creative writing of their
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Jilly Cooper believes literary fiction should not receive state funding

She was speaking on BBC Radio 4's “Today” programme on Wednesday (3rd January) along with Henry Sutton, senior lecturer in creative writing at the University of East Anglia, about the findings of Arts Council England's (ACE) report on the decline of the genre. The investigation, entitled 'Literature in
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Frozen (the cold will bother you…)

Whether you and your family are embracing the pleasures of the winter season with ice skating and snowball fights, or reluctantly venturing outdoors to walk the dog and shovel snow, be aware of the health hazards of this cold snap… like frostbite.
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Inside People Feature – Publishing and living the Colorado Life

During his time working for the Norfolk Daily News, Amundson met then publisher of Nebraska Life, Bernie Hunhoff. Hunhoff would hire Amundson to work for him in sales, but he also taught him the rest of the business. In 2005, Amundson bought the magazine and started his own publishing company.
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As Book World Closes, Indie Booksellers Eye Its Locations

Book World, founded in Wisconsin in 1976 by current owner William Streur, has 45 outlets in the U.S. While the chain is centered in Wisconsin, it also has stores in Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, North Dakota, and Missouri. To date, 17 of the chain's locations have closed, with the rest scheduled to
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Tributes for late poet, political activist Keorapetse Kgositsile

He graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing whilst still living in the US. He wrote extensively about American Jazz and become the founder of the Black Arts Theatre in 1971. In the same year, Kgositsile published his first book titled My Name is Afrika, which spearheaded his career in
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