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PW’s reviews editors select well-known and up-and-coming adult and children’s authors to meet at the institute, whose books are either just out or due by summer 2019.

Want to stimulate your baby's and toddler's brain? Read to them! Any high-quality board book is brain boosting. These brand-new choices will give you plenty of options. I predict many will be new favorites.

Visix Inc. has launched four e-books as part of its Digital Signage Masterclass Series.

Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness
The final book in Patrick Ness’s CHAOS WALKING trilogy, Monsters of Men, brings this highly recommended series to a more than satisfying close. In doing so, much as he did with book two, Ness expands the storyline and the depth, in this case offering up an entirely new perspective
Monsters of Men begins where The Ask and the Answer ended, with Todd freeing the Mayor and allowing him to take control of the city so as to…

Living the nuclear past—and future.. Landing at Nagasaki Airport last November, I joined a line of Japanese men, women, and children waiting to disembark from our plane. Most were likely returning home on this holiday weekend or arriving to visit family and friends. I wondered how many of them remembered or thought about the nuclear annihilation of this city 73 years ago -- within, that is, their own lifetimes or those of their parents or grandparents.

Massachusetts Peace & Justice Network: Commonwealth Peace and Justice Agenda Lobby Day
Come advocate for the Commonwealth Peace and Justice Agenda at the State House. The Commonwealth Peace and Justice Agenda is a set of bills prepared by the Massachusetts Peace and Justice Network that addr

In this interview recorded at the Winter Fancy Food Show 2019, Califia Farms co-founder and CEO Greg Steltenpohl shared his thoughts as to why oat milk has captured the interest of consumers (and particularly coffee lovers) and the potential for oat milk to be integrated into Califia’s portfolio of RTD coffee drinks.

At the first-ever Cannabis Forum for Food & Beverage, a panel of four speakers — Adam Miron, co-founder and chief brand officer of HEXO; Hesaam Moallem, president and CEO of Charlotte’s Web; Errol Schweizer, co-founder and partner in mood33; and Evan Eneman, founder of Sands Lane Capital — came together to examine how cannabis is developing into a cooperative industry even at an early stage.

Corwin Beverage Co is looking to hire an experienced, inspiring, and detail-oriented Sales Director.

This is your chance to enroll in English 10 at highly rated Hellman College--if you can find a place to sit in the fantastically overcrowded classroom.

Companies have started to use innovation and digital transformation to differentiate themselves and to stay competitive, says Charles Richards

What changes can you make to your operations this year? These New Years resolutions for restaurants will help you make 2019 your best year yet.

The fossil fuel industry is gearing up to swing a giant wrecking ball through global climate goals.. As the 116th Congress commences, in the wake of dire reports from climate scientists, the debate over U.S. climate policies has taken a welcome turn towards bold solutions.

To help EPCOR take advantage of these benefits, we assisted in the development of a biogas master plan for the Gold Bar wastewater treatment plant.

Read the full story on SmarterTravel: www.smartertravel.com/romantic-resorts-hawaii/ If you’re looking for a special trip, these romantic Hawaii reso...

An image from the international Cassini spacecraft provides evidence of rainfall on the north pole of Titan, the largest of Saturn’s moons. The rainfall would be the first indication of the start of a summer season in the moon’s northern hemisphere. Read this story at AGU. Adapted and reposted with permission.

A close examination of Barr’s legal career indicates a high tolerance for presidentially sanctioned law-breaking.. “I started off in Washington at the Central Intelligence Agency and went to law school at night while I was working at CIA,” recalled William Barr in a 2001 oral history for the University of Virginia.

The Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources was recently recognized by the WateReuse Association for research on the possibility of using ozone and biological filtration to turn reclaimed water into

Addressing Environmental Outcomes in the Long-Range Transportation Planning Process (Lectern)
Many states and regions are better linking planning and environmental processes to expedite project delivery. Some are establishing goals, objectives, and measures related to environmental stewardship in their long-range plans. Come hear successes and lessons learned from states and metropolitan planning organizations.
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Is there something about riding your bike that makes you feel better? Well, it turns out science may validate your experience. An article recently published in Environmental International suggests that those who use a bicycle as a form of transportation may maintain higher levels of self-perceived health than drivers, walkers and public transportation users and …

200 Likes, 2 Comments - SmarterTravel (@smartertravel) on Instagram: “Our dream house is somewhere on this cliff in Positano, Italy! This village is a popular holiday…”

Working with macOS software expert Softron and established iOS app developer PureBlend Software, Timecode Systems has extended the footprint of its UltraSync BLUE solution by adding the power of its timecode-over-Bluetooth technology to multi-camera logging, reporting and collaborative editing processes. The MovieSlate iOS app from PureBlend Software and the MovieRecorder and Multicam Logger solutions for …

Government shutdowns are a time of vast uncertainty, but one app can help you glean how long it'll take to get through the airport.

Get In Shape For Women is passionate about women’s empowerment through body transformation. Check out our fitness studio career opportunities today.

“Access to Justice” – the first open access issue of Dædalus – features twenty-four essays that examine the national crisis in civil legal services facing poor and low-income Americans: from the challenges of providing quality legal assistance to more people, to the social and economic costs of an often unresponsive legal system, to the opportunities for improvement offered by new technologies, professional innovations, and fresh ways…