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Stalking the Wild Savannah – Savannah Magazine

Two culinary creatives prove that foraging is hardly a lost art.  Photos and story by Jason B. James.  Meta Adler is running with scissors—well, shears, to be exact.  She has spied a patch of golden chanterelles flourishing alongside a dirt path on her family’s farm, and she’s ready to bag a bunch for a quail pie she’s making later. “I ...

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Sactown magazine nominated for two national Folio awards

Photo by Max Whittaker Exciting news over here at Sactown HQ: We’ve been nominated for two 2017 national Folio awards! (Folio is the magazine for the magazine industry.) One nod is for Best Photography for senior contributing photographer Max Whittaker’s poignant and powerful photo essay “Troubled Waters” in the April/May issue, which chronicled the crisis at the Oroville Dam in February. View the photo essay here. ...

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Here’s how Emily Ratajkowski feels about being photoshopped on her latest magazine cover

Emily Ratajkowski is a body warrior, and we admire her confident and brazen approach to body confidence. We also applaud her when she brings thoughtful discourse to the photoshop debate. Ratajkowski is on the cover of Madame Figaro but was very upset to learn that her lips and breasts were altered to appear smaller. “Everyone is uniquely beautiful in their own ...

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PM360 Magazine Announces Winners Of 2017 Trailblazer Awards

NEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — PM360, a leading health marketing industry trade magazine, recognized the best innovators in the pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostics, and biotech industries with their 9th annual Trailblazer Awards Gala on Thursday, September 14, 2017. The honors, bestowed at a gala banquet at Gotham Hall in Manhattan, are given to outstanding companies, marketers, brand managers, and ...

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Axsus Solar Launches First Tracker – pv magazine USA

Canadian start-up Axsus has launched its first tracker, which reduces metal content by 25%. September 15, 2017Charles W. Thurston A new single-axis tracker by Axsus Solar was launched at the Solar Power International trade show in Las Vegas this week, incorporating more off-the-shelf parts, less steel, and a more secure mounting system for panels, according to Yury Reznikov, the director ...

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Niugini Magazine hosts contest – Post Courier

September 15, 2017 BY LEONNIE WAYANG A MAKEUP contest hosted by Niugini Magazine and Papua New Guinea Modeling Agency will look at discovering Papua New Guinea’s best makeup artists.The winning makeup artist will accompany the winner of the Miss Scuba PNG pageant to participate in the Miss Scuba International pageant that will be held in Malaysia.Director of Niugini Magazine Iru ...

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Highlights from Seattle Magazine’s lastest Best Restaurants list

Seattle Magazine says Wataru, the Wandering Goose, and Ma’Ono are three of the best restaurants in Seattle. Eric Riddle, KING 7:50 PM. PDT September 14, 2017 Specialty flame-grilled fish at Ravenna’s Wataru restaurant. (Photo: Evening) SEATTLE, WASH – This month Seattle Magazine published their annual Best Restaurants issue. With so many great places to pick from, choosing this year’s list ...

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‘Bear’ Sighting: Former Claremore football coach featured in Sooner Spectator Magazine | Sports

Lester “Bear” Jensen is a football fixture in the state of Oklahoma. And his story was recently told in Sooner Spectator Magazine. Jensen played at the University of Oklahoma before departing to play at East Central State College in Ada, where he earned All-Oklahoma Collegiate Conference honors as a junior and senior. Jensen then became an assistant coach at East ...

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Rebel Wilson’s defamation case a nasty shock for New Zealand gossip magazines

BRIDGET JONES Last updated 09:17, September 15 2017 ITN Actress Rebel Wilson has won the highest defamation payout ($4.5 million Australian dollars) ever awarded in Australia. . The New Zealand magazine industry could be in for a shake up after Hollywood star Rebel Wilson was awarded millions in damages for defamation, according to local experts. Pitch Perfect actress Wilson successfully argued a series ...

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A bunch of high-level magazine editors are resigning for some reason

This morning venerated Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive announced she was stepping down from her role. This marks the fourth major departure from a well-known magazine in as many weeks. The others are Vanity Fair‘s Graydon Carter, Elle‘s Robbie Myers, and Time‘s Nancy Gibbs. Big news (for me!): I’ve just shared with my team that I’ll be leaving @glamourmag at the end of ...

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