Dr. Michael Roizen of Cleveland Clinic will launch Berea speaker series on Jan. 8: Community …

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Dr. Michael Roizen of Cleveland Clinic will launch Berea speaker series on Jan. 8: Community …

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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