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Get Hooked: 10 Books for Beginners and Advanced Crocheters

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I love my crochet origin story. I didn’t learn to crochet from a book or a video. Instead, I learned on the playground, when a classmate had some string and showed me how …

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Osoba, Fashola, others for Azuh Arinze’s birthday and book presentation

Publisher/editor of YES INTERNATIONAL! Review, Azuh Arinze, The publisher/editor of YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine, Azuh Arinze, turns 50 on Thursday, March 24, 2022 – and to commemorate it, it will unveil two new books, A TASTE OF SUCCESS and CONVERSATIONS WITH SHOWBIZ STARS, on this day. The momentous and landmark event …

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Ahmed receives the Kat Muscat Scholarship 2022

March 7, 2022 @booksandpublishing Munira Tabassum Ahmed is a recipient of the Kat Muscat Fellowship 2022, which provides professional development up to a value of $5,000 for an editorial project or writing work by a young person between the ages of 16 and 30 of one gender underrepresented. Ahmed is …

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Quarantine Books: Essential Doomsday Reading List

Hello and welcome to the LA Times Book Club newsletter. This Month’s Book Club Author Reyna Grande begins “A Ballad of Love and Glory” with a letter to the readers explaining why she wrote a novel about “the war the United States does not remember and Mexico cannot forget” – …

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10 Groundbreaking True Crime Books

In his fascinating new book, Scoundrel: How a convicted murderer persuaded the women who loved him, the conservative establishment and the courts to set him free, Sarah Weinman does a masterful job of resurrecting a stranger-than-fiction chapter of American criminal justice. In 1957, unemployed veteran Edgar Smith was convicted of …

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Editorial: Judging Books | Editorials

In the past few weeks leading up to Town Meeting Day, there have been a handful of community forums or debates for candidates seeking to serve on Vermont school boards. Some of these public conversations have focused on politically charged issues such as critical race theory, social justice (especially racism …

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7 Glimpses of Modern and Contemporary Sculpture – ARTnews.com

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, ARTnews may receive an affiliate commission. There’s an old joke that describes sculpture as the thing you bump into when stepping back to look at a painting. While the gag reflects the long-held prejudice that …

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Victor Hugo: the books of the unforgettable French writer adapted for the big screen

Portrait of the writer Victor Hugo Victor-Hugothe great French writer of the 19th century, protagonist of the most important cultural and political events of his time, represents for many the apogee of literary romanticism European; In addition to the recognition of his texts, his work has been adapted many times, …

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Brunello Cucinelli keeps chickens and many books in his 17th century Italian villa

Fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli grew up in an old stone farmhouse outside the town of Castel Rigone in Umbria, Italy. There was no electricity or running water and, as it was shared between 13 members of the extended Cucinelli family, might feel a bit crowded. Still, “it’s a house that’s …

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