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Anxy magazine gets personal with mental health

Have you been to a newsstand lately? Yes, there are still a few out there. While the selections may have thinned in the last decade, there are still row upon row of glossy magazines and boxy journals vying for your attention — if you put down your phone. In this crowded, colorful arena, a new Berkeley publication called Anxy stands ...

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CURE® Magazine is Seeking Nominations for the Inaugural Ovarian Cancer Heroes Award Program

CRANBURY, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In recognition of National Ovarian Cancer Month, CURE® Magazine, the nation’s leading consumer digital and print media enterprise focused entirely on patients with cancer, will host the inaugural Ovarian Cancer Heroes award, and is currently accepting nominations, announced Michael J. Hennessy Jr., president of Michael J. Hennessy Associates, parent company of CURE® Magazine. In making the announcement, Michael ...

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Garth Brooks authoring autobiography spanning 5 books

Updated: Sep 27, 2017 – 11:57 AM LOS ANGELES (AP) – Garth Brooks is taking a long look back at his career in a five-part anthology series comprising of books and unreleased music, the first of which will go on sale in November. The country music superstar announced Wednesday that “The Anthology Part 1: The First Five Years” goes on sale ...

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Who will top the AFR Magazine 2017 Power list?

13 Gillon McLachlan and the AFL 03 Lucy Turnbull 14 Uber and the disrupters 04 Sally Cray 05 Fiona Nash 06 Bruce McWilliam 07 Mark Textor 01 Waleed Aly MEET THE 2016 POWER PANEL 02 Same-sex marriage debate Interactive | Les Hewitt 03 Goodes, O’Loughlin, Thurston 04 Anti-misogyny warriors CULTURAL POWER 08 The unions 09 Julie Bishop 10 Chris Bowen ...

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FHM wants Pia Wurtzbach to pose for magazine

She’s regarded as one of the most beautiful women in the country.  So it’s no wonder FHM Philippines is doing all it can to score a feature starring Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach.  On Wednesday, the men’s magazine “officially” started a campaign to have the beauty queen pose for the publication.  It was in response to a photo Wurtzbach posted ...

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The art of anti-terrorism | Apollo Magazine

Have you ever wondered why so much public art placed in front of office buildings seems to takes the form of huge blocks of concrete and metal? This isn’t simple aesthetics, the favoured style of banking CEOs. These sculptures are often part of the anti-terror infrastructure that make up the modern city’s vernacular, semi-disguised variations on the bleak concrete blocks ...

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8 classic books that were banned or challenged | Living

“The Catcher in the Rye” By J.D. Salinger Complaints the book has received: It’s obscene and anti-white. It has vulgar language and sexual scenes. It “centered around negative activity.” It has the F-word in it. Notable challenges Salinger’s book has been a favorite target of censors since its publication, according to the American Library Association. 1960: A Tulsa, Oklahoma, teacher ...

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Hearst grandson creates self-funded California magazine

Will Hearst III, the onetime editor and publisher of the San Francisco Examiner, is self-funding a magazine for California — to be called The Journal of Alta California. “It’s not a Hearst publication — it’s a Will Hearst publication,” said the grandson of the legendary Hearst founder William Randolph Hearst. Will spent a decade working outside the family business with ...

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Journalism magazine says it’s time to label Trump’s words ‘racist.’ Good.

We’ve said it for years: It would be better for everyone if journalists dropped the thin veneer of objectivity and wrote exactly what they mean. It’d save newsrooms time, and it’d let audiences know immediately what sort of story and author they’re dealing with. If a journalist is convinced a certain comment is “racist,” then write that. Don’t insult readers ...

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Auckland featured in international design magazine

Seattle-based architecture and design magazine ARCADE features the design-led transformation of Auckland’s public spaces in its latest issue. “A City to Love: Auckland’s Visions of a Public Realm” describes Tāmaki Makaurau as “an exemplar with lessons to share”, and praises Auckland’s “comprehensive, integrated, and visionary” approach to creating a city that people can love. Read the full ARCADE magazine feature “A ...

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