Magazines and E-zines

A bookish history of Fandom

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Fandom is a catch-all term for various communities around media. Fandom’s origins may go back to ancient history, but now it really means a group of people organizing around one thing they love. …

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Better Integration – Power Line Magazine

Rajiv Menon, Country Director and Managing Director, India, Black & Veatch Ambitious emissions reduction programs are pumping unprecedented amounts of renewable energy into the grid as the world strives to embrace a carbon-free energy future. Integrating renewable energy resources while improving the reliability of India’s power grid is a significant …

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Independent magazines are changing the way we think about food

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size Have you ever seen an Armenian pumpkin dish on the cover of a magazine? Or stumble upon BYO wine tips for a Mongolian restaurant chain? Have you browsed for recipes like a Venezuelan snack that translates to “breaking the mattress” or native …

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‘Zines: A Culture in Focus’ shines a light on Monroe County’s zine-making community

The Monroe County History Center is made up of one visually demanding exhibit after another. From a teddy bear named Monroe to vehicles documenting local transportation history, it’s easy to get swept up in the sights. But in the smaller Hill Gallery, which has historically displayed works of art, museum …

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Older Gen Z is entering the peak restaurant usage phase

The oldest Gen Zers are between the ages of 18 and 24, an age group that historically enters the most intensive phase of restaurant use. However, history may not repeat itself with this generation, according to The NPD Group. When Gen Xers were young adults, they averaged 284 visits per …

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Podcast The Black Word #11: Joe Lansdale

Legendary writer and 10-award winner Bram Stoker reflects on his 50-year career https://bookandfilmglobe.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/DARK-WORD-11-Joe-Lansdale-062122.mp3 Press play to listen to this AudioHopper Original production. Listen and follow on Spotify, Apple or download the AudioHopper app to listen to this podcast and thousands of real voice narrations of stories from Book and Film …

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Elektor July/August 2022: Test and Measurement

Members of the Elektor community have always taken their test and measurement equipment seriously, which is why we dedicate an entire issue to these topics each year. Take advantage of the July/August edition! Members of the Elektor community have always taken their test and measurement equipment seriously, which is why …

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Companion Baking uses new robotic technology to speed up production

Companion Baking’s new palletizing robot – affectionately referred to as Bruce Banner (aka The Incredible Hulk) by staff – takes this innovative St. Louis bakery to a higher level of production efficiency and equipment sophistication. Companion’s latest projects have allowed them to carve out a unique niche as a mid-sized …

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Elektor at Embedded World 2022

The global embedded exhibition opens its doors on June 21, 2022. Elektor will be there. This time our booth is a newsroom from which we will be reporting live. During your visit, we will give you a copy of our 116-page special on trade shows. Can’t visit the fair? Download …

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WBU professor publishes book detailing impact of Irish immigrants in Belfast, Maine

Kay Retzlaff, professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta, recently published “Redefining Irishness in a Coastal Maine City, 1770–1870: Bridget’s Belfast” which examines how Irish immigrants shaped and reshaped their identity in a community rural New England. Forty percent of Irish immigrants to the United States settled …

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‘Chicken Soup’ Writer’s Stories Find A Humorous Home

Erika Hoffman got a little worried about her own state of mind after reading a series of articles about dementia, a memory loss condition that plagued her late father, and decided to take action. What happened next was downright laughable. A story that Hoffman wrote – titled “Do you smell …

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Sales of semiconductor equipment on the rise. Plus, news on AUGs, WEEFs and more

Despite the challenges associated with COVID-19, electronics industries in Western Europe and North America are showing signs of strength. We are seeing positive growth in a few key areas such as semiconductor equipment sales. A lot has changed in the last 12 months. While the COVID-19 crisis still presents challenges …

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15 Independent Record Stores in Southern California – Daily News

Looking for vinyl? Here are 15 stores to check out in Southern California. Los Angeles County Amoeba Music6200 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles. 323-245-6400. amiba.com Amoeba Music moved from its original home on Sunset Boulevard and reopened just a few blocks away last year in the El Centro complex on Hollywood …

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For Immediate Release Rediscover Spain with Food by National Geographic Traveler (UK) [nationalgeographic.co.uk/food-travel|https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/food-travel]

For Immediate Release Rediscover Spain with Food by National Geographic Traveler (UK) [nationalgeographic.co.uk/food-travel|https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/food-travel]

LONDON (June 1): Food by National Geographic Traveler (UK) is heading to Spain this summer, with a tour of some of the country’s most memorable culinary highlights. The latest edition of this special series takes readers on a journey around one of the world’s most extraordinary gastronomic destinations – from …

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Featured Recipe: Strawberry Lemonade Cupcakes

Lemon sponge cake Makes 24 cupcakes Ingredients 2 cups cake flour 1/2 teaspoon of salt 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 stick unsalted butter, cold and cut into cubes 1 1/4 cups granulated sugar, separated 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ½ teaspoon lemon extract or finely grated zest of 2 lemons 5 …

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Ritz and Oreo merge into one sweet and salty snack

Mondelez International, Inc. is launching a collaboration of its Ritz cracker and Oreo cookie brands for a limited time. The new sandwich cookie product features a Ritz cracker and peanut butter flavored creme topped with a layer of original Oreo vanilla creme and an Oreo cookie. “Over the past few …

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Getting Off the Rails with Sonder Magazine: A Creative Community in Print | Arts

MARGARITA CRUZ There is no doubt that art, literature and music are everywhere in Flagstaff; from the sides of buildings to museums to art galleries and cafes, art paints this city in bright, vibrant colors. Sonder Magazine hopes to share this with the world. Sonder describes itself as “a collective …

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What are resolvers and what can you do with them?

A resolver is a transformer with one fixed input winding and two rotating output windings placed at 90 degrees to each other. It can measure angles and rotation speeds with high precision. Resolvers are used for example in robots, machines, weapons, ships and planes because they are not only very …

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Ex-Soldier Turned Author Launches New Book – Saanich News

Terry Groves literally has a writing knack. “I’ve been writing all my life,” said Groves, a Sooke resident who retired from the Canadian Forces in 2005 as a warrant officer after serving in the army, air force and navy. “I have always enjoyed creating worlds with words and sharing them …

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Former soldier turned author launches new book – Victoria News

Terry Groves literally has a writing knack. “I’ve been writing all my life,” said Groves, a Sooke resident who retired from the Canadian Forces in 2005 as a warrant officer after serving in the army, air force and navy. “I have always enjoyed creating worlds with words and sharing them …

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Former soldier turned author launches new book – Vancouver Island Free Daily

Terry Groves literally has a writing knack. “I’ve been writing all my life,” said Groves, a Sooke resident who retired from the Canadian Forces in 2005 as a warrant officer after serving in the army, air force and navy. “I have always enjoyed creating worlds with words and sharing them …

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ESP32 and the IoT: Register for the free Elektor webinar

Interested in the Internet of Things and embedded systems? Join Mathias Claussen and Jens Nickel on June 9, 2022 for a free webinar on ESP32 and IoT. Register today. If you’re interested in the Internet of Things (IoT) and embedded systems, Elektor has the perfect webinar for you. In the …

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Why Mackay is the ultimate unexpected vacation to lean into this winter

If the cool change has filled your head with daydreams of a sunny, toasty coastal getaway, then rest easy because we have the perfect antidote to your autumn blues. Nestled between the pristine coastline and subtropical national parks, the stunning city of Mackay on Queensland’s east coast is the perfect …

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Zines and Subversion: photo exhibition Café Royal Books until June 12

This new exhibition, Zine and Subversion, celebrates the work of the publishing house Café Royal Books. Founded in 2005 by Craig Atkinson, the independent family-run publication and publisher focuses on post-war documentary photography in relation to Britain and Ireland, shared in an accessible weekly zine format. Featuring 500 zines and …

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Wetzel’s Pretzels celebrates “National Wetzel Day” with a free giveaway of pretzels

Wetzel’s Pretzels is helping fans celebrate National Pretzel Day, also known as National Pretzel Day, on Tuesday, April 26 by offering a free Original Pretzel to all guests after 3 p.m. that day. This is the eighth year that the brand has made this offer. “We are thrilled to celebrate …

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Elektor Newsletter – Subscribe for a chance to win a Raspberry Pi Zero 2W with colored header

Subscribe now to the Elektor newsletter for a chance to win a Raspberry Pi Zero 2W with colored head! Elektor Newsletter – April Action! All Elektor newsletter subscribers have the chance to win one of five Raspberry Pi Zero 2W with colored connectors! On June 2, five subscribers will be …

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Zine History – Coog Radio – University of Houston Radio

Evolving from the Dadaist art zines of the early 1900s, to the 1930s science fiction “fanzine”, to the “little magazine” (as it was called during the Beat generation of the 50s and 60s), these small batch, independent publications eventually formed the “zine” of modern times. So what is the zine? …

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WBU professor publishes “Redefining Irishness in a Coastal Maine City, 1770-1870: Bridget’s Belfast”

Dr. Kay Retzlaff, professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta, recently published Redefining Irishness in a Coastal Maine City, 1770–1870: Bridget’s Belfast. The paper, published by Routledge Advance in American History, examines how Irish immigrants shaped and reshaped their identity in a rural New England community. Forty …

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Kentuckiana Zine Festival spotlights counterculture and the LGBTQ community

You don’t have to be awesome to start, but you have to start being awesome. On Saturday, April 9, students from Indiana University Southeast will perform the first Kentuckiana Zine Festival at Logan Street Market, 1001 Logan St., from 6-8 p.m. Pronounced “zeens”, this event is aimed at upcoming writers …

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Palace & Calvin Klein SS22 Collab Collection Release Date

This article was published on April 3 and updated on April 8 So yes, it is happening. The Calvin Klein x Palace collab drops this week, as both brands confirmed this spring. On April 1, the two brands released teaser videos featuring glamorous English actress Joan Collins commenting on a …

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Focus on embedded development in March and April 2022

Embedded development is a hot topic among professional engineers and electronics manufacturers. Visit the Elektor Embedded Development webpage for links to relevant articles, resources, and products. Embedded development is a hot topic among professional engineers and electronics manufacturers, which is why we’re focusing on the topic in March and April …

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Paper view: the return of video game magazines | Games

IIf you were a fan of video games in the 80s or 90s, then, along with your computer, your QuickShot joystick and your cassette player, there was another essential part of your setup: a game magazine. For me it was Zzap! 64, a glossy magazine dedicated to the Commodore 64 …

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Rising cost of paper: causes and effects

For engineers and manufacturers, the exploding cost of paper can be seen as a marginal topic. However, this should concern all of us, because paper is still pretty much everywhere. Print publishers and their customers are not immune to this development. For engineers and manufacturers, rising paper costs can be …

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Elektor March/April 2022: Embedded Development and More

Curious about what’s new in embedded development? Looking for DIY electronic projects? Check out the March/April 2022 edition of Elektor for a wide variety of insightful projects and articles. Curious about what’s new in embedded development? Looking for DIY electronic projects? Check out the March/April Embedded Development issue of Elektor …

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Editions Sosland celebrates its 100th anniversary

Today, March 7, Sosland Publishing Co., the parent company of to cook, celebrates 100 years since the company was founded in 1922. To mark a century of delivering vital information to the food industry, the company publishes a series of special features in its brand magazines and websites , as …

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Kent State Geauga fends off student food insecurity with Geauga Hunger Task Force grant

Burton – When people think of hunger in America, they tend to think of remote people in urban centers. They don’t realize that food insecurity is a very real problem here in Geauga County, even among college students. In an effort to combat this growing and troubling trend, Kent State …

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In ‘Black Pulp’, Academic Exploration Misses Authentic Black Experience | Feb. 23-Mar. 1, 2022

BOOK REVIEW: “Black Pulp: Genre Fiction in the Shadow of Jim Crow”By Brooks E. Hefner | 2021 | Paperback, $25 | Non-fiction, academic | Available through interlibrary loan In “Black Pulp: Genre Fiction in the Shadow of Jim Crow,” James Madison University professor Brooks E. Hefner shares the history of …

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Washington State Zine Contest Adds Community Voice to Library Collections

by Amanda Ong The annual Washington State Zine contest is open for submissions beginning February 25. The contest is sponsored by the Washington Center for the Book, an affiliate of the Library of Congress and a partnership of the Washington State Library and the Seattle Public Library. . Zines are …

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Entertainment Weekly, InStyle End Print Publications

Dotdash Meredith is ending monthly print publications for Entertainment Weekly, InStyle, EatingWell, Health, Parents and People en Español, Dotdash Meredith CEO Neil Vogel said in a Wednesday memo to staff, obtained by Variety. Publications will become digital-only starting today, and the transition is expected to end about 200 jobs on …

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Following these “Sweet Dreams”: the artist opens an intriguing exhibition at the Mandrake Gallery

By Elva K. Österreich Las Cruces Bulletin Anne Q, a busy mother of a 7 year old, makes a living from her original art. The artist, graphic designer and printmaker creates works exploring themes of mental and physical dystopia using a combination of analog and digital media. Layering found imagery …

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Are the media doomed? – POLITICS

News goes deeper into entertainment Colbert I King Colbert I. King is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Washington Post. It is quite difficult to determine with certainty what the media landscape will look like in a few months, let alone in 15 years. But if the current trajectory is …

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A focus on motor control in January and February 2022

In January and February 2022, Elektor is focusing on motor control without sacrificing its coverage of other electronics-related topics. We dive into the subject in Elektor Mag, on our website, in our E-Zine and with a webinar. The market for electric motors is growing rapidly. I am thinking not only …

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Cargill opens innovation center in India

Gurugram, India is home to Cargill’s first food innovation center, where the company will work with food and beverage industry partners in India to reformulate products that are lower in fat, salt and sugar, while retaining taste and texture. Cargill said the innovation center will be equipped with the most …

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Constructing Identity: A Review of the Art Institute of Chicago Membership

Cover of IT magazine (International Times), March 9-23, 1972. Private collection. The alternative and artist-run publications collected in “Subscribe: Artists and Alternative Magazines, 1970-1995,” exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, challenge the idea of ​​a uniform “subscriber,” reflecting the growing demand of the era for the inclusion of the …

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Subscribe: Alternative Artists and Magazines, 1970-1995

CHICAGO – Emerging in the wake of the political movements of the late 1960s, a new form of alternative magazine amplified marginalized voices, redefining entrenched traditional representations and forever changing the magazine industry. From the 1970s to the mid-1990s, American and British photographic publications such as The face, ID, Think …

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Adams County Library News | Defender of the People

By Julia McCane-Knox The Adams County Public Library will be closed on the following days for holidays: Friday, December 31, Saturday, January 1, and Monday, January 3. While we are closed, you can consult our electronic library. Simply go to our website at adamscolibrary.org and click on the “E-Library” tab …

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Sturgis librarian turns to zines, other hands-on activities to ignite young imaginations | Education

Sierra Frazier-Riggs remembers one of the first projects she took on for the Sturgis Public Library. She placed excerpts from Aldo Leopold’s “A Sand County Almanac: And Sketches Here and There” along a trail to merge the acts of reading and hiking. “Aldo Leopold’s book really brings thoughts about nature,” …

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Five independent magazines explore more than fashion – WWD

MILAN – Do you remember what it was like to flip through a print magazine? Even in the predominantly digital era we live in today – especially during the pandemic – young journalists and creatives are creating print publications. These five independent magazines explore themes of feminism, art, music, culture …

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Holiday cake creations | Pastry magazine

The holiday season offers many opportunities for creative expression in your cake department. For many like El Mirasol Bakery in Plant City, Florida, the magic begins with the traditional very lick cake and develops into imaginative designs inspired by cultural trends and produced by the bakery’s creative cake decorators. “You …

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Best gifts in vintage retro style

Picture: Natalia Fedosenko TASS (Getty Images) Personally, every december turns into a rush to find gifts that surpass those of the previous year or a race to find an eclectic boutique where I can make a big shop for every loved one in my life. And every year, without fail, …

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Orlando Zine Fest is at the Nook on Robinson this weekend, perfect for holiday shopping

click on the picture Photo courtesy of Orlando Zine Fest/Instagram Illustrator Madelyn Cordeiro will file at the OZF Orlando Zine Fest took off last year — understandably — but is back this weekend with a new location and a terrific roster of local and regional DIY publishers peddling their zine-y …

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Orlando Zine Fest is at the Nook on Robinson this weekend, perfect for holiday shopping | Art Stories + Interviews | Orlando

click on the picture Photo courtesy of Orlando Zine Fest/Instagram Illustrator Madelyn Cordeiro will file at the OZF Orlando Zine Fest took off last year — understandably — but is back this weekend with a new location and a terrific roster of local and regional DIY publishers peddling their zine-y …

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Design Week 2021 Christmas Gift Guide

From formative new experiences to the pairs of socks people really want to receive, here’s our guide to what gifts to give to the designer in your life this Christmas. Through Molly long December 7, 2021 4:12 p.m. December 7, 2021 4:26 p.m. Secret Santa – Under £ 10 ChattyFeet …

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Santa is coming to town

Children of all ages will be delighted to hear that Santa will be making a few stops in the region on Saturday, December 4th. Santa’s first sighting will be in Hiram at 10:30 a.m. when he joins the Kiwanis for family fun at their Pizza with Santa at Hiram Christian …

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Churails, jinns and rakshasas – Indian monsters are spreading

Immortal shape-shifters of the Mughal era, trapeze artists and jinn, or zombies raising the bar in battles of caste oppression. . . This may not be what most readers think of when they consider Indian fiction, but science fiction and fantasy, eclipsed for decades by mythological fiction, are now one …

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Garrettsville Youth Football League supports military veterans

Garrettsville – On November 4, RJ ​​Rettig, president of the Garrettsville Youth Football League, presented a check for $ 400 to Freedom House to support local homeless veterans. With Veterans Day being celebrated on November 11, Rettig said he wanted to make the donation as part of his patriotic duty. …

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Poet Patrick Daly will appear at Café Zoë on November 6 and new photos will be on display

through Linda hubbard November 3, 2021 Willows poet Patrick Daly will perform at Café Zoë on Friday, November 6, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., reading his latest book of poetry to be released on November 15, Grief and Horses. Refreshments will be served. For the past decade, Patrick has …

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Reviews | The new magazine Alexander Hamilton could have written for

Somewhere else I recently interviewed Asad Umar, Pakistan Federal Minister for Planning, Development, Reforms and Special Initiatives, about Pakistan’s success in the fight against Covid-19. Its reported Covid death rate is much lower than that of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Iran. Last year, Lawrence Summers, the former Treasury secretary, indirectly …

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An online accompaniment to CDM # 4 – The Love Zine.

The theme for this month’s DIY zine is’to like‘- and we have contributions from guest curators: Del Water Gap, Girl In Red, Holly Humberstone, Omar Apollo, Quen Blackwell. Our friend Willa Bennett also edited this particular issue. Exclusively for this printed zine, each guest curator has composed two pages on …

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The history and styles of zine creation

Photo courtesy of Miriam Sokolska. In a crowded room filled with gossip and little homemade booklets, my journey with zines began with a visit in 2019 to DC Zine Fest. There I was exposed to the DIY culture of self-publishing which holds a rich history of counterculture, activism and marginalized …

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Follow the trends with Jim Shaw

In his most recent column for Concept Hair Magazine, award-winning men’s hairstyling expert and educator Jim Shaw explains his favorite ways to keep up with trends and how important it is to being a successful hairstylist. When it comes to being an expert in all things men’s hair, there is …

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Keto Trend Helps In The Growth Of Nut Flour

As the sales of products related to the keto diet increase, alternative flours provide the fuel for a successful formulation. Almond-based flours pave the way for nut-based flours. Ardent Mills, Denver, has developed a flour mixture made from grains and net carbs that also works. US sales of keto differentiated …

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Rouxbe makes online culinary training free

Rouxbe, the leading online cooking school, recently released a course, Kitchen QuickStart, which focuses on cooking fundamentals to support and complement the immediate culinary training needs of restaurants, as well as providing aspiring cooks with a springboard to employment in the food industry. Today, the announced 10-hour Kitchen QuickStart training …

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Biologique Recherche: 45 years of passion

Biologique Recherche was founded by a family of experts passionate about skin care. Today, it is headed by Rupert Schmid and Pierre-Louis Delapalme, while Philippe Allouche, son of the founders Yvan and Josette Allouche, heads the Research & Development team. Faithful to the brand’s fundamentals, Schmid, Delapalme and Allouche continue …

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Watertown Free Public Library adds 700 zines to circulation

The Watertown Free Public Library wants everyone to feel at home, which is one of the reasons they’ve added a collection of around 700 zines, hand-painted illustrated magazines, to their collection. WFPL’s collection of zines is written on a variety of topics such as politics, gentrification, advocacy, the pandemic, and …

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The parable of the Free Magazine in 2021

Reasonable to say “there is no charge for lunch” when talking about a newspaper subscription that costs $ 15 to help $ 20 a year. However, most likely you will be shocked when you find out (Newswire.net – September 28, 2021) – Details on “Simplyhindu” – Simplyhindu is a modern …

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Hall and Oates in the woods

Daryl Hall and John Oates, SqueezeCynthia Woods Mitchell HallSeptember 26, 2021 If you knew music in the ’70s and’ 80s, then you’ve heard of Hall & Oates. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hitmakers were almost ubiquitous around this time, making their way to notoriety amid the rise of the …

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Watertown Free Public Library embraces the power of zines

On October 2, the Watertown Free Public Library will host the WFPL Zine Fest, a day-long celebration of DIY zine culture and publishing. Whether you are a die-hard zinesters fan or just want to know what zines are and why they are important, the Library invites you to browse the …

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Beauty brands embrace zines as an experiential offline moment

In the beauty industry, there is a constant arms race in the digital world to grab the attention of editors, influencers and clients. But some brands are taking advantage of offline opportunities in the form of zines to encourage quiet moments of engagement. Zines are self-published mini-magazines, typically with a …

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An online accompaniment to CDM # 2 – The Power Zine.

This month’s DIY zine theme is ‘Powerful’ – and this month we have contributions from guest curators: Alexandra Savior, Cautious Clay, Cherry Glazerr, Evann McIntosh, Kacy Hill, Maggie Lindemann, María Isabel, reinforshort. Exclusively for this printed zine, each guest curator has composed two pages on what power means to them. …

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Krispy Kreme Celebrates Thanksgiving With A Donut Collection

According to a new survey by TRUE Global Intelligence, the internal research practice of FleishmanHillard, on behalf of Krispy Kreme Donuts, 80 percent of respondents say celebrating Thanksgiving is more important than in previous years, and nearly half plan to ” attend more Thanksgiving celebrations than before the COVID-19 pandemic. …

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Meet the editors

SearchNetworking has a team of dedicated editors who cover established and emerging network technologies. Our staff stays in constant contact with the best experts in the industry to produce fresh and original content and technical advice. Here is an overview of who is behind the site: Jennifer English Editor of …

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Corp! magazine pays tribute to CEO of Dawn Foods | 2021-08-09

JACKSON, MICH. – Carrie Jones-Barber, CEO of Dawn Food Products, Jackson, Michigan, was recently honored by Michigan’s Corp! Magazine. Ms. Jones-Barber was one of a select group of women recognized by Michigan Trade Publication for their contributions to their field and to the community at large. The awards were presented …

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September is library card registration month

The Monroe County Public Library offers local residents the chance to read, learn, connect and create. The main library is located at 303 E. Kirkwood Ave. and the Ellettsville branch is at 600 W. Temperance St. All events are free. Funding for the event is provided by the Friends of …

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FOSTA-inspired eBay ban on ‘adult content’ erases LGBTQ history

of it’s not just fans department OnlyFans’ decision to ban “sexually explicit” content recently has received a lot of attention – a policy the company has suspended following an outcry. However, more and more people are noticing that the same kind of thing is happening on the internet because of …

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Watch lovers must discover this new magazine

Print is not dead. Serious digital media improves its image and is taken more seriously (don’t call it blogging) when it also comes in a shiny (or matte) physical form that you can hold in your hands. Hodinkee does it, Gear Patrol does it … What more do you need …

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The queer past is deleted on eBay

One day, nearly twenty years ago, historian Vi Johnson won an auction on eBay for a numbered first edition of “Sex Life in England Illustrated”, by Iwan Bloch, one of the first sexologists. (Among Bloch’s bona fide people: he located and published the Marquis de Sade’s “120 Days of Sodom” …

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New survey finds consumers prefer digital orders

Koala, a leading provider of premium customizable restaurant apps and websites, recently revealed the results of its Customer Ordering Preferences survey, which looked at how Americans want to interact with ordering in a restaurant. The survey of more than 600 U.S. consumers aged 18 and older revealed an addiction to …

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The debut of sugar-free Oreos in China

Mondelez International, Inc. partners with MissFresh to launch Oreo Zero sugar-free cookies on the MissFresh on-demand retail platform. As part of the partnership, online shoppers in China will be able to order the new cookies through MissFresh for delivery in just 30 minutes. The new Oreo Zero Sugar Free Cookies …

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What is a zine and how can it promote mental well-being?

Something bothering you? Why not produce, publish and distribute your own magazine on this subject? All of this creativity is therapeutic, stimulating and fun Many of us like to be creative, as a way to support our well-being and to express ourselves. And alongside more notable artistic outlets, such as …

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KSU and Grain Craft work with producers to improve wheat quality

Kansas Wheat and K-State Research and Extension have launched a new program to provide Kansas wheat growers with the latest research recommendations for producing high-yielding, high-quality wheat. The program, called Wheat Rx, is a series of extension publications and other educational outreach materials designed to address key areas of hard …

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Poetry and cello show, suspended Asian scrolls

Well, the mask warrants are here again. As we all try to work together to deal with extreme temperatures and a pandemic that will not end, art will continue to strive to help us. Local highlights in Eugene-Springfield this week include insightful poetry, ancient art on modern scrolls, an invitation …

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Plant-based protein is gaining popularity on pizza

Pizza continues to be one of the most ordered foods in American dining establishments. According to The NPD Group, 1.2 billion servings of pizza were ordered in the quarter ending June 2021, up + 4% from the same quarter last year. Ingredients are essential to the quality of pizza, and …

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£ 338million investment to transform active travel

By Tom Walker August 17, 2021 The funding will be used to create hundreds of kilometers of new high quality cycle paths / Shutterstock: The Apes Affair The UK government will invest £ 338million in transforming active travel through infrastructure improvements, changes to the traffic laws and new requirements to …

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Artist brings back popular zine culture

Chennai: The revolutionary movements that arose in the 60s and 70s made self-printed publications to communicate with people. One of the most popular self-printed brochures is called zines. It is a self-published work that includes texts and images. Although zines have been popular in the West, India, only a few …

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Nigel and Dempsey Ewan create ‘Big Mess’ with Risograph print

Clatter Press, a sibling duo of CCAD-trained graphic designers, teaches the art of Riso printing in Central Ohio with new publication “Big Mess” A few years after graphic designer Nigel Ewan graduated from college, he noticed warm, eye-catching colors on the printed materials. Normally, these types of colors indicate a …

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The future of specialist magazine publishers

SMEs are proliferating in the commercial media sector. In the last decade only the strong have survived, operating with strict cost control, a realistic approach to revenue generation and a strong focus on editorial quality. For over 20 years, Mike Leahy, Founder and CEO of Media Manager, has followed trade …

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The new rules of icing

In Frosted: Take your baked goods to the next level with decadent buttercream, meringues, ganaches and more (Page Street Publishing, Co.; Jun 8, 2021; $ 22.99) Bernice Baran, Founder of Baran Bakery, shows readers how to make 60 delicious frosted treats, including awesome layered cakes and easy sheet cakes – …

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Carrie Jones-Barber honored in Michigan | 2021-08-09

JACKSON, MICH. – Carrie Jones-Barber, CEO of Dawn Food Products, Jackson, Michigan, was recently honored by Michigan’s Corp! Magazine. Ms. Jones-Barber was one of a select group of women recognized by Michigan Trade Publication for their contributions to their field and to the community at large. The awards were presented …

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My interest in writing came with genes

Vibha Batra is a Chennai-based popular author, graphic novelist, advertising consultant, poet, lyricist, translator, playwright, travel writer and columnist. She has published 18 books including Pinkoo Shergill Pastry Chef, The Secret Life of Debbie G (a graphic novel) Merry the Elephant’s Rainy Day, Bathinda to Bangkok, The Reluctant Debutante, The …

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Tiffany’s Bakery is going full steam ahead

Looking through the lens of an avid donut lover, it’s clear that donuts have continued to evolve from their beginnings as a savory piece of dough flavored with rich spices. The following description from Smithsonian Magazine talks about the origins of the modern donut, which came to America under the …

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Good Spa Guide crowns UK’s best spas of 2021

The Good Spa Guide unveiled the results of its 11th annual awards tonight (August 2) at Spa Life UK’s two-day annual conference in Bedfordshire, UK. After another difficult year of uncertainty, the awards are designed to celebrate the best in spa excellence across the UK. New to the Good Spa …

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Therme Group will expand its global footprint with waterfront development in Toronto

Global wellness organization Therme Group today announced plans to create a C $ 350 million waterfront wellness resort (236.3 million euros, 201, £ 8million, US $ 280.8million) in Toronto, Canada, at Ontario Place. Therme Canada Ontario Place will be a family experience with indoor and outdoor pools, waterslides and a …

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Elektor featured on Creative Minds podcast

As COVID-19 plagued countless businesses across industries, nearly every business had to rethink their business to overcome this time of global uncertainty. In a recent episode of The Creative Minds podcast, Flavio Stiffan and Stuart Cording investigated how Elektor has found an effective way to serve its audience over the …

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Pizza styles in the United States

Just as there are many variations of the perfect chocolate chip cookie, Roman pizza, as currently seen in the United States, comes in a variety of iterations, sizes, and shapes. Some compare the Roman-style crust to a classic Neapolitan, but others say it’s more stretched. “Whatever your idea of ​​the …

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Busken Bakery Presents Donut Making Theater | 2021-07-23

Joe Busken Sr., founder of the iconic Busken Bakery retailer in Cincinnati, Ohio, used to leave his bakery’s back door unlocked overnight while he baked. Customers came and went all night grabbing hot donuts and paying using an honor system – a cardboard box on the table. Dan and Brian …

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Chef Antonio Bachour explains how the Thermomix can be used by professionals

The Thermomix TM6 is a versatile kitchen appliance that gets more done. This revolutionary equipment is ideal for amateur bakers and professional pastry chefs who want to create dynamic pastries, desserts and much more. The TM6 is a smart device that handles the tedious parts of the kitchen, from planning …

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Dominique Ansel opens a new workshop dedicated to breakfast pastries

Award-winning pastry chef James Beard, Dominique Ansel, continues to impact the world of baking with his innovation. He is the source of famous creations such as Cronut, Cookie Shot and Blossoming Hot Chocolate. Ansel adds to his list of businesses with the opening of Dominique Ansel Workshop, a small store …

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