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/emailtemplates/childrens.html .date .body_text .body_text a .title .title a .more .section_header_green .section_header_blue .section_header_orange .section .blog_link .sidebar .footer .footer a .header_table In the News Go, Reader, Go!: Read Across America 2012
March 2 is the debut for the film version of The Lorax, the date Dr. Seuss would have turned 108, and the 15th annual Read Across America Day – a recipe for, as Theodor Geisel might say, "biggering" the number of bookworms in the United States. "What we're looking at right now is the perfect Seuss storm," says Random House's Kate Klimo, "in the sense that you’ve got the Lorax movie, you’ve got the Cat in the Hat TV show, and you have PBS Kids and all the PBS affiliates participating in Read Across America this year." The Seuss estate is even doing a To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street 75th-anniversary mall tour. "There's all of this cross-pollination," says Klimo. Here’s a look at some Read Across America and Seuss-related events. more
Boersma Named Publisher of Owlkids
Canadian children's publisher Owlkids Books has announced that, as of March 5, it will have a new publisher to develop its growing books division: Karen Boersma. Boersma has been v-p and publisher of Kids Can Press for the last 14 years. At Owlkids – which has published kids’ magazines Chirp, chickaDEE, and OWL for more than 35 years, and acquired children’s publisher Maple Tree Press in 2008 – Boersma will be in charge of the book program’s strategic planning, editorial development, and sales and marketing. more
Author Kate Messner to Give TED Talk
"Do you have a lesson to teach?" When TED – the nonprofit foundation whose conferences bring together everyone from Nobel Prize winners to technological innovators and emerging artists – posed that question online in preparation for this week's TED 2012: Full Spectrum conference, author Kate Messner responded eagerly. Her pitch: a brief talk on imagination and world-building, and how the craft of building fictional worlds might apply to real-world planning. That proposal led to her being selected as the only children's book author to give a TED Talk this year. more
BEA Finalizes Lineup for Children's Breakfast
BookExpo America has announced that Glee's Chris Colfer, author of the forthcoming The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell (Little, Brown), will serve as emcee for the BEA convention's Children’s Book and Author Breakfast. The breakfast's three speakers – Lois Lowry, Kadir Nelson, and John Green – were previously announced. more
EDC Discontinues Usborne Books on Amazon
Educational Development Corporation, publisher of Usborne and Kane Miller books in the U.S., has announced that, effective immediately, the company will no longer sell any of its books on Amazon or to any entities that resell to Amazon. This follows a 2009 decision to stop selling the Kane Miller list via Amazon. Online sales account for about 13% of EDC's total annual sales. more
Book News Fall 2012 Sneak Previews
We may be in the middle of the spring season, but want a sneak peek at what's coming down the pike for fall? Get the inside track on next season's biggest books for children and teens with our exclusive Fall 2012 Sneak Previews. Click through to read our extensive listing, which includes new books from Rick Riordan, Lauren Oliver, Kadir Nelson, Patrick McDonnell, Rebecca Stead, Tom Angleberger, Shannon Hale, and many more. more
Cover Reveal: Jessica Khoury's 'Origin'
Here's a first look at the cover art for Origin, a debut YA novel by 22-year-old Jessica Khoury, which Razorbill will release in September with an announced print run of 250,000 copies. The story centers on a teen living in a laboratory hidden in the Amazon rainforest who discovers she is genetically engineered to be immortal. Razorbill senior editor Laura Arnold brokered the preempted deal for world rights with Lucy Carson of the Friedrich Agency. "We haven't preempted anything in a long time – perhaps a year – but this book is remarkable," says Razorbill president Ben Schrank. more
Former Hollywood Assistant Closes Major YA Book, Film Deal
In a bit of serendipitous deal-making fit for a Hollywood movie, former Paradigm assistant Amy Tintera's old employer sold film rights to her debut novel, Reboot, which has also just sold to HarperTeen. Kari Sutherland bought North American rights to the book, winning a four-way auction, after Paradigm's Lucy Stille closed a preempt on the film rights from Fox 2000. more
Digital News Open Road Publishes Its First YA E-riginal
What started as the ghost of an idea for Andrea J. Buchanan, author of the bestselling Daring Book for Girls, has blossomed into an enhanced e-book original from Open Road Integrated Media, the company’s first for teens. “This readership is so comfortable with technology,” says Barbara Marcus, advisor to Open Road and former president of Scholastic Children’s Book Publishing and Distribution. “We were looking for something that really was meant to be published digitally first, and we knew there was a book out there that was appropriate.” more
Figment Acquires Inkpop from HarperCollins
Figment, the online writing community for teens and young adults, has purchased Inkpop, a similar HarperCollins initiative. As of March 1, Inkpop no longer exists as its own site; the inkpop.com landing page directs users to transfer their profiles to Figment. more
Penguin Launches Richelle Mead App
Bestselling author Richelle Mead will get her own app, The World of Richelle Mead, launching March 2 from Penguin. The free app is a community-based bookshelf with excerpts from all of the Vampire Academy series and Bloodlines series (with links to purchase the books), character bios and character relationships features, and a bio page for Mead that includes links to her Twitter account and video. The app's community includes polls, news, and a map of the locations of users. more
Pottermore Books to Be Distributed by OverDrive
OverDrive will manage worldwide hosting and digital fulfillment for libraries for the Harry Potter e-books on Pottermore. The books will be in more than 20 languages and distributed to over 18,000 public and school libraries worldwide. more
iStoryTime Releases First Wee Sing App
iStoryTime and Wee Sing have announced their first education app, called Wee Sing & Learn ABC. The app is available for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch on the App Store, and combines original music, animated animals, and musical instruments for all the letters of the alphabet, as well as read-along text. more
Obituary Jan Berenstain
Jan Berenstain, co-creator of the Berenstain Bears series, died on February 24 at the age of 88, after a stroke. Together with her husband, Stan, who died in 2005, Berenstain wrote and illustrated hundreds of affectionate tales featuring Mama, Papa, Brother, and Sister Bear. The Bears books, which were inspired by Jan and Stan’s children and grandchildren, address all aspects of family life, from getting kids to do chores to managing first-day-of-school jitters. To date, more than 300 titles have been released in 23 languages. more
Q & A Q & A with Jane O'Connor
Decked out in a pink trench coat and sunglasses and wielding a rhinestone-studded magnifying glass, Fancy Nancy makes her chapter book debut in typically posh style in Jane O'Connor's Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth. Speaking from her office at Penguin Books for Young Readers, where she is editor-at-large, O'Connor discussed Fancy Nancy's success and new incarnation.

Q: Before talking about Fancy Nancy's new incarnation, tell us how she was born.

A: When I was a little girl, my grandmother and great aunts used to visit on Sunday afternoons, and I’d always greet them attired in my pink tutu that had a satin top and tulle with tiny pink rosebuds on it. I often wore it, believe it or not, with a red cape and a pair of my mother’s high heels. I’d also entertain our visitors—often with a dance. more
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Points of Sale Tips for Children's Booksellers
Last August after a trip to Los Angeles, where she visited Book Soup, Sarah Gerard, children's manager at McNally Jackson in New York City, began stacking series titles on the shelf, which means the books face the reader more directly. "As a brick-and-mortar store, we have to be especially conscientious about how we use our space," says Gerard. "They don’t turn their books sideways. But they did take great care with how they presented their books. And it got me thinking how we could use our space more creatively." more
In Brief
In Brief: March 1: Oscars Edition
Two children’s book creators had a good night at the 84th annual Academy Awards, held this past Sunday. Hugo, based on Brian Selznick’s The Invention of Hugo Cabret, took home five Oscars, and author/illustrator/filmmaker William Joyce won an award in the Short Film (Animated) category for The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore. Read on for photos and more from the show. more
Rights Report Katherine Tegen has won at auction two novels by Robin Schneider for her eponymous imprint at HarperCollins. The first, scheduled for publication in winter 2014, is called Severed Heads, Broken Hearts; it takes readers through a year with prom king Ezra Faulkner, whose charmed life collides with two misfortunes: he witnesses his girlfriend with another guy, and he shatters his leg – and his professional tennis ambitions – in a catastrophic car accident. Merrilee Heifetz at Writers House did the deal for North American rights for the two novels.
Catherine Onder at Disney-Hyperion has bought a four-book middle grade series, Oh My Godmother, by debut authors Barbara Brauner and James Mattson, to be illustrated by Abigail Halpin. The first book, scheduled for summer 2013, centers on Lacey Unger-Ware, a modern-day middle-schooler who becomes a reluctant fairy godmother. Joseph Veltre at Gersh Agency represented the authors and Emily van Beek of Folio Literary Management represented the illustrator in the deal for North American rights.
Julie Scheina at Little, Brown Books for Young Readers signed a three-book deal with Suzanne Selfors, author of Smells Like Dog. In this chapter book series, which is called The Imaginary Veterinary, a string of unusual events—from finding a lost dragon hatchling to tracking an escaped sasquatch—leads 10-year-olds Ben and Pearl to become apprentices to a veterinarian for imaginary creatures. The series will launch in spring 2013. Michael Bourret at Dystel & Goderich Literary Management brokered the deal for world rights.
IN THE MEDIA From School Library Journal:
Oscar night: Hugo walked away with five awards, while The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore won Best Animated Short. Click here
From the Guardian:
Boys are no longer lagging behind girls when it comes to reading ability, according to a new British study. Click here
Also from the Guardian:
Author Anthony Horowitz gave a recent talk questioning the role of the publisher in today's literary world. Click here
From Flavorwire:
A eye-catching slideshow of picture books that were illustrated by famous designers. Click here
From Deadline.com:
Downton Abbey helmer Brian Percival has been chosen to direct the film version of Markus Zuzak's The Book Thief. Click here
From Gawker:
Stephen Colbert used verse to express his annoyance with the many product tie-ins for the new Lorax movie. Read more
From Entertainment Weekly:
The Fantastic Flying Books storytellers floated to cloud nine with their Oscar victory. Click here
From Salon:
When Genres Collide: An essay on J.K. Rowling turning to writing adult fiction. Click here
From the Atlantic:
Another writer pleads, "Please Don't Grow Up, J.K. Rowling!" Click here
From the Bookseller:
Ragged Bears Publishing has entered into administration in UK; a "difficult" foreign rights market was cited as the cause, particularly for picture book co-editions. Click here
From Entertainment Weekly:
A first look at the long-awaited movie version of Judy Blume's Tiger Eyes, which is directed by her son. Click here
From the Atlantic:
From cave paintings to Maurice Sendak, a brief history of children's picture books, and the art of visual storytelling. Click here
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Scenes from a Saturday
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Whether it's a crazy summer Saturday, or a slow holiday-week Saturday, Saturdays at the bookstore are always fun and full of surprises. I thought I'd give readers a few highlights from last weekend. MORE

A Google Update
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Score one for the little guy. After an e-mail to Google, and several e-mails with the ABA about why Google was going to rescind my affiliate status, I received an e-mail late last night from Google. MORE

Google, I Hardly Knew You
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On Friday I received an email from Google. I was told that as of March 15 I would no longer be an affiliate of Google, thereby unable to sell e-books on my website. Needless to say, I was a little stunned. MORE FEATURED REVIEWS

Forget-Me-Nots: Poems to Learn by Heart
Selected by Mary Ann Hoberman, illus. by Michael Emberley. Little, Brown/Tingley, $19.99 (144p) ISBN 978-0-316-12947-3

Former children’s poet laureate Hoberman compiles a broad range of poems for young readers—brief enough to invite memorization—from writers including Frost, Silverstein, Sandburg, Milne, and Grimes, among many more. The works are divided thematically into categories like “Sad and Sorrowful,” which features “Song” by Keats and “My Father” by Hoberman (“My father doesn’t live with us./ It doesn’t help to make a fuss;/ But still I feel unhappy, plus/ I miss him”); “Weather and Seasons”; and “Poems from Storybooks,” with excerpts from The Wind in the Willows, James and the Giant Peach, and The Fellowship of the Ring. more

The List
Siobhan Vivian. Scholastic/Push, $17.99 (336p) ISBN 978-0-545-16917-2

The eponymous list, which mysteriously appears on the walls of Mount Washington High each year before homecoming, has the power to lift or break the spirits of eight female students: on it are the names of the “prettiest” and the “ugliest” girl in each grade. In this insightful and provocative novel, Vivian (Not That Kind of Girl) explores the effects the list has on the most recently chosen girls. While some results—self-doubt, shame, pressure—are to be expected, some of the girls respond in surprising and unconventional ways. Rebellious sophomore Sarah takes her “ugliness” to a new level by refusing to bathe or change clothes. Senior Jennifer, deemed ugliest four years running, works her way into a circle of popular girls, a group led by “prettiest girl” Margo, who used to be her best friend. more

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PeopleA job change and a name change for Rebecca Fabian, former children's department manager for the Odyssey Bookshop in S. Hadley, Mass. Broche Fabian, as she is now known, is the store manager for the soon-to-reopen The World's Only Curious George Store in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Mass. In the Winners' CircleThe Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators has announced the winners of its Golden Kite Awards: Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys; Amelia Lost by Candace Fleming; Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner, illus. by Silas Neal; and Balloons Over Broadway by Melissa Sweet.The SCBWI also announced that The Fourth Stall by Chris Rylander has won its Sid Fleischman Humor Award. Further details about both awards, as well as a list of honor books, are available at the SBCWI blog. Voting is open, now through March 31, for the 2012 Indies Choice and E.B. White Read-Aloud Book Awards, which are administered by the American Booksellers Association. A full list of the finalists is available on the ABA Web site. Booksellers at ABA member stores can vote for their picks here.The Children's Book Council has announced the finalists for its fifth annual Children's Choice Book Awards. The finalists can be viewed at the Children's Book Week Web site. Beginning March 14, children and teens can vote for their favorite books and authors, with the winners announced live during the awards gala on May 7. App Watch This Week in Children's Apps
This week in children's apps features a pair of Dr. Seuss apps: The Lorax and Oh Say Can You Say Di-No-Saur? Also this week is Polar Bear Horizon, which tells of a polar bear and her two cubs heading for the sea. Cocoons and Caterpillars lets players join Stella and Sam as they discover the wonders of nature. Finally, there are a pair of Disney apps: The Lion King: Timon's Tale, which retells the classic story with the mischevious meerkat, and Tangled: Storybook Deluxe, the story of Rapunzel and her life outside the tower. more
On-Sale CalendarSome big-name authors are releasing big books this April. Youngest readers can look forward to The Duckling Gets a Cookie!? by Mo Willems; middle-graders can follow Fancy Nancy’s new career trajectory in Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth; and new novels from Holly Black (Black Heart), Barry Lyga (I Hunt Killers), and Deb Caletti (The Story of Us) give teens plenty of options. For more on these and other new books from Walter Dean Myers, Jennifer A. Nielsen, Robin Wasserman, and more, check out our exclusive on-sale calendar. Bookshelf ArchivesLooking for a back issue of Children's Bookshelf? Didn't finish reading a story in last week's issue? Want to forward Bookshelf to a friend? Click here for our archives page! CONTACT US
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Il premier negli Scavi di Pompei | FOTO

Caccia agli Smartphone a Portici. Arrestati i rapinatori | FOTO

Quelli che clonavano le carte di credito. | I VOLTI

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College rankings go under the microscope

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 04:36 PM PDT

While parents, students and admissions officials annually comb through college and university rankings, education researchers have largely ignored the controversial yet influential listings. That's about to change, according to an expert in educational measurement.

A call to US educators: Learn from Canada

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 04:36 PM PDT

In contrast to the contentious debates over education reform in the US, the Canadian province Ontario has taken a cooperative route to improving schools that often rank among the top performers on international assessments, according to a Boston College expert on educational change.

The Influence of College Experiences on Career Outcomes

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 04:35 PM PDT

Meaningful college experiences, including internships and studying abroad, may not matter as much as your major and what school you attend when it comes to job satisfaction and earnings, according to new research.

Study reveals cause of poorer outcomes for African-American patients with breast cancer

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 06:28 AM PDT

Poorer outcomes for African-American women with estrogen-receptor positive breast cancer, compared with European-American patients, appears to be due, in part, to a strong survival mechanism within the cancer cells, according to a study.

Kids with ADHD must squirm to learn, study says

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 04:00 PM PDT

Excessive movement common among children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is actually vital to how they remember information and work out complex cognitive tasks, a new study shows. The findings show the longtime prevailing methods for helping children with ADHD may be misguided.

Researchers make key malarial drug-resistence finding

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 04:00 PM PDT

A molecular mechanism responsible for making malaria parasites resistant to artemisinins, the leading class of antimalarial drugs, has been discovered by researchers. Artemisinins are powerful drugs that have the most rapid action of all current drugs against the parasite species that causes the most dangerous form of malaria. Artemisinin combination therapies (ACTs) are now standard treatment worldwide for P. falciparum malaria. Unfortunately, resistance to artemisinin has been detected in five countries across Southeast Asia.

Understanding thermo-mechanical properties of a new class of materials

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 03:59 PM PDT

Scientists describe how an accurate statistical description of heterogeneous particulate materials, which is used within statistical micromechanics theories, governs the overall thermo-mechanical properties.

New research shows how to tackle obesity

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 03:59 PM PDT

One size does not fit all when it comes to tackling obesity, according to a new study. Researchers looking at how to tackle England's country's obesity issue and found that currently individuals are often treated the same regardless of how healthy they are, where they live or their behavioral characteristics.

Devices or divisive: Mobile technology in the classroom

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 03:59 PM PDT

Little is known about what teachers think about how mobile technology in the classroom will affect the development of students' non-cognitive skills, such as empathy, self-control, problem solving, and teamwork.

'Real-time' feedback, 'pay for performance' improve physician practice, hospital safety

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 03:59 PM PDT

Hospitals may reach higher safety and quality levels with programs that give physicians real-time feedback about evidence-based care and financial incentives for providing it, research shows.

Seafood samples had no elevated contaminant levels from oil spill, study shows

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 03:59 PM PDT

Following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in 2010, many people were concerned that seafood was contaminated by either the oil or dispersants used to keep the oil from washing ashore. A new study found that all seafood tested so far has shown “remarkably low contaminant levels,” based on FDA standards.

Impacts of Gulf oil spill on marine organisms on Gulf coast

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 11:50 AM PDT

Researchers have determined the impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on marine organisms such as oysters, conch, shrimp, corals as well as marine plankton (microalgae or phytoplankton, rotifers or zooplankton), which provide the basis of coastal and oceanic food webs.

Forming school networks to educate 'the new mainstream'

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 07:35 AM PDT

While responding to shifting student demographics, new support networks form among teachers and between schools, according to a new study of a group of schools moving from monolingual to bilingual instruction to serve increasingly diverse student populations.

Cancer and chemobrain: Cancer diagnosis affects cognitive function

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 05:52 AM PDT

Breast cancer patients often display mild cognitive defects even before the initiation of chemotherapy. A new study now attributes the syndrome to post-traumatic stress induced by diagnosis of the disease.

Applied physics helps decipher causes of sudden death

Posted: 17 Apr 2015 05:52 AM PDT

Sudden cardiac death accounts for approximately 10% of natural deaths, most of which are due to ventricular fibrillation. Each year it causes 300,000 deaths in the United States. Researchers have demonstrated for the first time that the transition to calcium alternans, an arrhythmia associated with increased risk of sudden death, has common features with the magnetic ordering of metals. This new finding improves our understanding of the physical causes of sudden death and will advance the design of drugs to prevent it. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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Harlem Entrepreneurial Funding Event Coming Next Week

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Harlem Entrepreneurial Funding Event Coming Next Week

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 03:00 PM PDT

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An event held by the Harlem Commonwealth Council is among those coming up this week. And quite a few other new featured events are now part of the small business events calendar. Check out some of the events on the calendar for April and beyond. Many are likely of interest to small business owners and entrepreneurs.

To see a full list or to submit your own event, contest or award listing, visit the Small Business Events Calendar.

Featured Events, Contests and Awards

Project Enterprise and Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund Micro-loan Info SessionsProject Enterprise and Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund Micro-loan Info Sessions
April 21, 2015, New York, N.Y.

The Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund is offering Micro-loan Informational Sessions specifically designed for entrepreneurs in the Bronx and Harlem. The Sessions are held weekly on Tuesdays and every last Wednesday of each month. RSVP 212 749 0900 Ext 122

 Move Your Team on the Path to Greatness, with Barbara Corcoran Move Your Team on the Path to Greatness, with Barbara Corcoran
April 23, 2015, Online

In order to succeed in business, you need great people by your side. Join Barbara Corcoran, star of ABC’s Shark Tank and founder of The Corcoran Group, and Barry Moltz, Small Business Expert, as they discuss how to lead a team to greatness and build a successful business. Barbara will be discussing how to hire the right people for your business, strategies for getting teams motivated and moving forward and how to create an atmosphere that breeds constant innovation. Register today!

#Market2SmallBiz#Market2SmallBiz
May 06, 2015, Online

The Market 2 Small Business conference is a full day virtual event designed to educate those looking to sell to small businesses. This includes mature companies selling to small businesses, startups just starting their first small business focused campaign, public relations agencies and consultants advising their clients on marketing strategies and other companies and professionals selling to small businesses. You’ll learn how to better engage and ‘speak’ to the small business owner who is looking for your products and services. If you’re NEW to marketing or just struggling to get the attention of the small business market, this event is for you!

The Triple Your Online Leads in 30 Days ChallengeThe Triple Your Online Leads in 30 Days Challenge
May 04, 2015, Online

Over 30 days, you’ll learn and implement a proven, easy-to-use system for capturing more online leads month-after-month. The “Triple Your Online Leads in 30 Days” challenge is free this time only so don’t miss your chance to take part! #3x30leads

VERISIGN’s #InternetOfficial ContestVERISIGN’s #InternetOfficial Contest
June 23, 2015, Online

Five monthly finalists, 15 finalists in three months, will each receive $5,000 and an opportunity for a grand prize of $30,000. To enter, register a new descriptive, memorable, original .COM domain name – and that’s it, you’re entered for a chance to win.

Moz ConMoz Con
July 13, 2015, Seattle, Wash.

Not your average stuffy networking event, MozCon features three days of forward-thinking, actionable sessions in SEO, social media, community building, content marketing, brand development, CRO, the mobile landscape, analytics, and more. MozCon speakers share advanced advice on everything from building a loyal community to making data-driven decisions in your marketing.

BlogHerBlogHer
July 16, 2015, New York, N.Y.

A conference celebrating women who blog. The mission is to create opportunities for women in social media to gain community, education, exposure and economic empowerment. The event will be co-hosted along with SheKnows Media in New York City at the New York Hilton.

Adobe MaxAdobe Max
Oct. 3, 2015, Los Angeles, Calif.

MAX provides strictly unplugged, old-school inspiration with a mix of people from creative leaders, designers, broadcast and video pros, tech and business strategists, photographers, and more. This shared energy and passion sparks new ideas, drives new partnerships, and breaks new ground every year. MAX attracts inspirational and iconic speakers that share their personal stories. GRAMMY-award winning band Kings of Leon will be there and you can connect with 5,000 other creatives at daily social events.

DreamforceDreamforce
Oct. 13, 2015, San Francisco, California

Whether you’re a company of five or a Fortune 500, you’ll learn a lot of innovative ways to improve your business at Dreamforce. With over 1,400 sessions and thousands of live solutions from the world’s largest cloud ecosystem, Dreamforce has tailored content specific to your business size and type, for any role in your company.

Global Small Business ForumGlobal Small Business Forum
Oct. 23, 2015, Chicago, Illinois

The Global Small Business Forum 2015 held in Chicago will help entrepreneurs and small business owners export successfully and network with their peers. It will answer such questions as: What’s the best way to ship goods? How will I get paid? Do I need a license? Should I sell direct or indirect? Does my business have what it takes to sell in China?

World Business Forum New York 2015World Business Forum New York 2015
Nov. 12, 2015, New York, New York

In 2015 the World Business Forum will present two days of powerful stories; of individuals who face shocks – both personal and organizational – and who use those shocks to achieve the extraordinary. Speakers include Sir Richard Branson, Jim Collins, a former faculty member at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Walter Isaacson, once the 14th editor of TIME magazine in 1996 and named Chairman and CEO of CNN in 2001, Adam Grant, author of the New York Times bestseller Give and Take and Herminia Ibarra, Professor of Leadership and Learning and Professor of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD.

More Events MedMJ for Healthcare Professionals
April 19, 2015, Denver, Colorado FundingPost Dallas Investor Roundtable
April 19, 2015, Dallas, Texas Pubcon Austin
April 20, 2015, Austin, Texas Conversion World
April 20, 2015, Online PR News Measurement Conferenece
April 20, 2015, Washington, D.C. Marijuana Investor Summit and Business Expo
April 20, 2015, Denver, Colorado The Ins and Outs of Etsy – Etsy Beginner
April 20, 2015, State College, Pennsylvania EVERNOTE Training Series 101 For Beginners
April 21, 2015, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2015 Omaha “Next Level Tour” Conference
April 21, 2015, Omaha, Nebraska NYC Business & Entrepreneur Networking Mixer
April 21, 2015, New York, New York NYC Business & Entrepreneur Networking Mixer
April 21, 2015, New York, New York The Branding For Talent Summit 2015
April 22, 2015, Boston, Massachusetts Financial Counseling Clinic – Making Your Business Ready for a Loan
April 22, 2015, Chicago, Illinois Instigator Experience
April 23, 2015, San Diego, California Hub Live: Retail Experience Symposium
April 23, 2015, New York, New York Obsessed Live: 2-Day Marketing Strategy Masterclass for Women Entrepreneurs
April 23, 2015, Nashville, Tennessee Strategic HR Conference
April 23, 2015, Online LinkedIn 2015 Event: Steps To Increase Your Effectiveness
April 23, 2015, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Breakfast with Mayoral Candidate Linda Eskind Rebrovick
April 23, 2015, Nashville, Tennessee Performance Management: Growing People Who Grow Your Business
April 23, 2015, Nashville, Tennessee More Contests Face the Future – Spark Tank
May 04, 2015, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Next Big SMB Marketing Makeover.
June 01, 2015, Online NASE Growth Grant Awards
December 10, 2015, Online

This weekly listing of small business events, contests and awards is provided as a community service by Small Business Trends and SmallBizTechnology.
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10 Online Marketing Tips That Go Beyond Twitter and Facebook

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 12:30 PM PDT

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Social media can be invaluable to a variety of online businesses. But Twitter and Facebook aren’t the only online platforms for promoting your business. More traditional methods like blogs and email marketing can still be effective. And newer methods like live video streaming can also be applicable to some online marketing strategies. Read some tips for using these other online marketing methods in this week’s Small Business Trends community news and information roundup.

Add These Strategies to Your Email Marketing Campaigns

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The popularity of social media marketing has increased greatly over the last several years. And, as such, some marketers have stopped focusing on email marketing. But it can still be a very effective technique for communicating with prospects and customers. Here, Ramon Ray shares five strategies you can use to improve your email marketing campaigns.

Look Into New Tools like Meerkat and Periscope

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Aside from the most popular social channels, there are lots of new and exciting mobile and social platforms that could be beneficial for some businesses. Rachel Parker discusses a couple of those new tools, mobile video streaming platforms Meerkat and Periscope, in this post. BizSugar members also share thoughts about the post.

Share Your Blog Posts on Platforms Other Than Facebook and Twitter

(Search Engine Journal)

Most bloggers know the power and reach of large social platforms like Twitter and Facebook. But there are plenty of other online platforms out there that bloggers can use to reach out to potential readers. This post by Sujan Patel includes 15 of them.

Understand Your Blog Analytics

(Paradigm Shift SEO)

In order to grow your blog following, you have to understand where your current traffic is coming from and what your most popular content is. So blog analytics are pretty necessary, according to this post by Lisa W Boyle. The BizSugar community discusses the post further.

Learn These Essentials About Search Engine Marketing

(Marketing Land)

Search engine marketing is constantly changing. But there are a few essential things you should know in order for your online marketing campaigns to be effective. In this post, Scott Rayden shares seven things CMOs should know about search engine marketing.

Benefit From Cloud Technology

(SmallBizDaily)

Cloud technology has made a huge impact on many different aspects of running a business, from marketing to securing business data. Rieva Lesonsky shares some benefits of using cloud technology in this post. And BizSugar members share their thoughts too.

Pay Attention to the Messages Your Content is Sending

(Cursive Content Marketing Blog)

Whether you’re writing a blog, crafting an email newsletter, or creating other types of online content, you need to be aware of the messages you’re sending. This doesn’t just mean knowing the subject matter you’re discussing. There are certain aspects of your content that might send negative subliminal messages to your audience, as Emily Cretella shares here.

Blog About Almost Anything

(Lindsay Pevny)

Having a blog can still be incredibly beneficial for your business. There are certain industries that more easily lend themselves to great online content. But anyone who can find a unique voice can potentially benefit from having a business blog, says Lindsay Pevny. BizSugar members also share input on the subject.

Be Wary of Clickbait

(OutNoise)

Clickbait, or online posts with flashy headlines, can certainly drive traffic to your site. But most readers aren’t fans of exaggerated and only somewhat true headlines that don’t really deliver with great content. Jenna Inouye discusses clickbait and explains how you can avoid angering your readers.

Get More People Reading Your Business Blog

(Bplans)

When you first start a business blog, it can seem like your parents or close friends are the only ones who ever read it. But there are plenty of ways you can work to attract new readers, from social media to guest posting and more. Lisa Furgison shares some of those methods here. BizSugar members then comment on the post.

Help make future community roundups even better by suggesting content to be featured. You can send tips to sbtips@gmail.com or simply submit your content to the BizSugar community.


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Amy Dowell Creates Art on Your Skin

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 09:30 AM PDT

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Amy Dowell opened The Painted Lady tattoo parlor in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on April 1 and already is booked solid for roughly the next year.

And that’s no April Fool’s joke.

Her art, see above, is lauded (she has won more awards than can be easily counted) and her new business venture is flourishing to the extent that her client list is now global.

Before tattooing, Dowell painted. Of her work, the Jackson Hole News & Guide recently noted in a profile:

“Her black-and-gray surrealism is as timeless as Alphonse Mucha and as elegant as winter’s first snow. Her color paintings of cherry blossoms circling modernist caricature portraits hang in galleries and museums across the valley.”

Clients depart wearing Dowell’s renowned artwork on their bodies and carrying her personal guarantee. “I insure all of my work for the life of the tattoo,” Dowell recently told Small Business Trends, “so any touch-up or restoration work is free.”

Art was among her high school loves. Her passion for sketching and painting expanded to include a fascination with tattoos.

While attending the University of Wyoming to  obtain her bachelor’s degree in drawing and painting, she joined the local tattoo lifestyle scene, making monthly pilgrimages to Fort Collins, Colorado, to seek out tattooists to expand her personal collection.

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Meeting and chatting with people in the various tattoo parlors made her envious of the community. (She spent about 70 hours under the tattoo needle herself, the Jackson Hole News reports.)

After graduation, she returned to her Jackson home and then served as resident artist at Sub-Urban Body Arts (S.U.B.A.).

Now, she operates her own parlor and packs them in. She even features a “Cancellation List” on her Facebook page, where you can apply in case an existing appointment falls through.

The Painted Lady is located in The Pink Garter Plaza, named for the former classic theater, The Pink Garter Theatre, which remains but is now a bar-and-music venue. Also joining Dowell’s space in the Plaza are a pizza parlor, fine-dining restaurant, art gallery and coffee shop.

“My business fits really well with the other businesses in the plaza,” she said. “We all are bringing a new and contemporary but classy vibe to the downtown.”

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Inside her studio, which the Jackson Hole News said was “as tidy as an operating room with accents of a Hollywood salon,” Dowell turns the music on and gets busy with needle and ink.

Clients generally arrive with a vague idea of what they want “and just let me take it from there. I am mostly sought out for my black and grey work (see sketch above), ambiguous portraiture, and elements of nature.”

Her love for her work is so deep she won’t refer to it as work.  She told Small Business Trends:

“I love what I do. For me, it doesn’t feel like work, so all of my free time goes into perfecting and expanding my craft. I try to make sure my clients are treated better than myself and they feel comfortable and excited about their work. Overall, trying to do the best work I possibly can, with the beyond-superb customer service. I think people see that I am passionate about what I do, and that I genuinely care about all of the people I work with.”

She charges $125 per hour,  an average rate. She adds:

“As I have been booking out further and further, my rate only goes up accordingly. Most tattooers start somewhere around the $100 per hour mark and slowly increase. Some artists charge well over $300 an hour.”

All of her drawing time is included in the session’s price, plus the insurance that lasts for the tattoo’s life.

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Dowell advises other entrepreneurs and new business owners to prioritize “for you and for your clients. Make sure you are ready for a serious time commitment. For my particular region, Planning and Zoning was probably the most challenging aspect.”

Also helping drive people into The Painted Lady is social media, which has been “huge” for her business for the simple reason that it enables her to present her work to a vast audience. Facebook and Instagram are her chief platforms, she said. Clients eyeball her copious artwork samples online and journey to her shop from across the country — and now from even outside it.

“Many of them say they found me via Instagram or Facebook. Without those forms of social media, I may have never gotten those clients. It is also ease of access. Tons of people use Facebook and Instagram. I try to update both daily with either new drawings or tattoos from the day, and that keeps people actively engaged.”

Social media also is a great way to keep in touch with her existing clients, who can “hop on Facebook or Instagram and see what’s new,” she said.

Images: The Painted Lady

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Create Ridiculously Good Content with “Everybody Writes”

Posted: 18 Apr 2015 06:00 AM PDT

final everybody writesHere’s why the book “Everybody Writes” matters:

“Actually, writing matters more now, not less. In an online world, our online words are our emissaries; they tell the world who we are, as user experience expert Beth Dunn puts it. ‘Our writing can make us look smart or it can make us look stupid. It can make us seem fun, or warm, or competent , or trustworthy. But it can also make us seem humdrum or discombobulated or flat-out boring.'”

That’s author Ann Handley in the introduction of her book “Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content“.

And I say she’s completely right about that. Your writing in email matters; it makes you look good or not, like the quote above says. Your spelling and basic grammar on Facebook, even Twitter, and of course your company’s content in blogs and its website, that matters too. How you write matters to you.

I’m afraid that when I tell you what it covers, it will sound boring.

“Everybody Writes” covers it all, from grammar and spelling, to storytelling, content marketing, structure and proofreading, plus a lot of up-to-the-minute lists and tips such as lists of useful apps for writing, editing, and publishing. It dives into specifics on what works with blogging, such as how to identify topics and how to deal with titles and publishing.

“Everybody Writes,” however, is fun and not boring at all. It flows really well and is easy to start reading from any point. For an example, I didn’t choose this specifically, just picked it up browsing, from a chapter called ‘Embrace the Ugly First Draft:’

“In Greek mythology, the goddess Athena was the favorite daughter of Zeus. She was born not in the usual way; rather, she emerged from his forehead fully grown and armed. Much of writing paralysis is the result of expecting too much of ourselves the first time out. Sowing letters onto the blank page and expecting something strong and powerful and fully formed — the content version of Athena — to emerge is unrealistic. Unless you are some kind of deity, that’s not going to happen. Very often, the people you think of as good writers are terrible writers on their first drafts. But here’s their secret: They are excellent editors of their own work.”

And I love this list.  These 17 suggestions are straight from a chapter called “Avoid These Mistakes Marketers Make:”

Ways by which = Ways Continues to be = Remains In order to = To (especially at the beginning of a sentence) There (are) will be times when = Sometimes, At times Despite the fact that = Although, Though At which time = When In spite of = Despite When it comes to = In, When The majority of = Most  A number of = Some, Few, Several, Various (or eliminate entirely) When asked = Asked Leverage (as verb) = Use (or Put to Use), Harness, Apply, The same level of = As much While (if not being used to mean during or at the same time as) = Although or Though, Whereas Moving forward = Later, In the future, From now on, Hereafter Centered around = Centered on Try and [verb] = Try to [verb]

I’d also include Ann’s list of five grammar rules you are welcome to break. Here’s one of the five (one that breaks two of the five):

“Never write a paragraph that’s a mere one sentence long. In school, I was taught to write paragraphs with no fewer than three sentences and no more than seven.

Modern marketing has pretty much choked this one dead because white space helps online readability tremendously.

But it bears emphasizing: one sentence, set apart, is a great way to make an important point crystal clear.

I’m not kidding.”

Ann Handley knows her stuff for sure. She’s the driving force (Chief Content Officer) behind Marketing Profs, an excellent resource for modern-day marketing with an emphasis on content. She also knows and loves writing, which I discovered a few years ago when I stumbled on her personal blog.

If you are a business owner, or any kind of knowledge worker — entrepreneur or not, business owner or not, employee or not — “Everybody Writes” is a book you’ll breeze through and you’ll be glad you did. And if you get it, so will anybody who reads what you write. This article was based on a copy provided for review. You can find out more about Ann by following her on Twitter @MarketingProfs.

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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: chimera

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La parola di oggi è: chimera
   SILLABAZIONE: chi–mè–ra
♣chimèra / kiˈmɛra/
[vc. dotta, lat. chimāera(m), dal gr. chímaira ‘capra’ ☼ 1306]
s. f. (Chimera nel sign. 1)
1 nella mitologia greco-romana, mostro con corpo e testa di leone, una seconda testa di capra sulla schiena e coda di serpente
2 (fig.) sogno vano, illusione, fantasticheria, utopia: perdersi dietro assurde chimere; inseguire una chimera
3 (zool.) genere di Pesci cartilaginei degli Olocefali, con coda filiforme, estremità cefalica compressa e bocca piccola (Chimaera) | chimera mostruosa, vivente nel Mediterraneo a profondità fra 200 e 1200 m (Chimaera monstrosa)
4 (biol.) organismo i cui tessuti presentano diversi genomi, in quanto derivano da due o più zigoti, appartenenti alla stessa specie o a specie diverse CFR. mosaico | animale da esperimento caratterizzato da tolleranza immunologica verso i tessuti di un esemplare con differente genoma, dopo che questi gli sono stati trapiantati in epoca embrionale | ibrido d'innesto
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Vocabolario della lingua italiana
di Nicola Zingarelli
Zanichelli editore

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Word of the Day: mermaid / yeti / merman

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La parola di oggi è: mermaid / yeti / merman
 
mermaid /ˈmɜ:meɪd/
n.(mitol.) sirena.

merman /ˈmɜ:mæn/
n. (pl. mermen)(mitol.) tritone.
La parola è tratta da:
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Dizionario inglese italiano italiano inglese
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Das Wort des Tages: Greif

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La parola di oggi è: Greif
 

Greif <-(e)s oder -en, -e oder -en>
m
myth: der (Vogel) Greif, il grifone.

La parola è tratta da:
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a cura di Luisa Giacoma e Susanne Kolb
Terza edizione
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Le Mot du jour: tarasque / dahu

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La parola di oggi è: tarasque / dahu
 
tarasque /taʀask/
s. f.1 chimera, animale favoloso2 mostro scolpito3 (fig., lett.) spauracchio (m.).

dahu /day/
s. m.(scherz.) animale chimerico, alla ricerca del quale si invitano i creduloni.
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19/04/2015 04:39 Condividi

Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIASunday, April 19, 2015Today's Headlines India

Drop in cattle seizures on Indo-Bangla border during NDA regime
The statement, gelling well with BJP’s oft-repeated commitment to cow protection, created much flutter on the social media with comments both in support of and against the statement.

40% of highway projects delayed, majority of them managed by NHAI
Going by the trends, delay in completion of projects could be the biggest challenge for Narendra Modi government in meeting its target of building 30 km roads and highway by May 2016, the timeline set by highways minister Nitin Gadkari.

Congress launches website to counter Govt over land bill
Congress has launched a virtual platform to provide information on the land acquisition bill and counter the “false claims” of BJP government on the issue, a move designed to keep the pot boiling on the contentious law and tap the anger among landowners.

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Business

Odisha govt extends lease period of 26 mines
Odisha government on Saturday extended the lease period of 26 mines and issued orders to the companies to execute supplementary lease deeds within three months, a top government official said on Saturday.

Russia to invest $2bn to build gas pipeline in Pak
Russia will invest a whopping $2 billion in Pakistan to build a 1,100-kilometre pipeline from southern port city of Karachi to Lahore to transport liquefied natural gas.

Oil prices fall for first time in seven days
World oil prices ran out of steam Friday after six days of gains, amid concerns about abundant global supplies, heightened by quota-breaking OPEC production.

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Environment

Arun Jaitley asks world to help make coal greener
The finance minister also enlisted what India has voluntarily been doing to play its part toward solving the common problem, despite the country’s “basic development challenge of serious energy deficiency”.

No greater threat to planet than climate change: Obama
US president Barack Obama said today that climate change poses the world's biggest single threat.

In a first, University of Hyderabad to have bio-reserve
After years of neglect and rampant poaching of wild animals inside its sprawling campus, the University of Hyderabad has finally woken up to the issue and said it will develop 250 acres of land on its campus into a bio-reserve and wildlife corridor, a first such move in the country.

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World

Germans protest against Europe-US trade deal
Thousands of people marched in Berlin, Munich and other German cities on Saturday in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that they fear will erode food, labor and environmental standards.

Afghan blast kills 33; president blames ISIS
A suicide bomber in Afghanistan's eastern city of Jalalabad killed 33 people and injured more than 100 on Saturday, setting off a blast outside a bank where government workers collect salaries, the city's police chief said.

Japanese population falls to 15-year low
Marking another chapter in the curious case of Japan’s population, newly released government figures have revealed the country’s numbers fell for the fourth straight year.

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Entertainment

Aamna Shariff is pregnant
Aamna Shariff, who tied the knot with producer Amit Kapoor on December 27, 2013, is expecting her first child.

Bollywood celeb kids and the property they own

Promising actresses: Why did they disappear
Diana Penty: Supermodel Diana Penty became an instant star with her to-die-for looks and natural acting skills.

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Science

Artificial blood vessel created to help test medical devices
Researchers have created an artificial blood vessel that can be used to study both the application and effects of devices used to extract life-threatening blood clots in the brain.

Artificial blood vessel helps test medical devices
Researchers have created an artificial blood vessel that can be used to study both the application and effects of devices used to extract life-threatening blood clots in the brain.

WWII ship found 'intact' in Pacific
Experts have discovered a World War II US aircraft carrier that is “amazingly intact” despite languishing on the bottom of the Pacific for more than 60 years.

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Sports

Andre Russell powers Kolkata to four-wicket win over Punjab
Andre Russell smashed a breathtaking 36-ball 66 to power Kolkata Knight Riders to four-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab in their Indian Premier League clash.

Djokovic downs Nadal to reach Monte Carlo Masters final
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic overcame a strong challenge from Rafael Nadal to reach the Monte Carlo Masters final with a 6-3, 6-3 win on Saturday.

Duminy steers Delhi to a thrilling victory over Hyderabad
Skipper Jean-Paul Duminy led from the front with a brilliant all-round display as Delhi Daredevils pipped Sunrisers Hyderabad by four runs in a thrilling match.

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Technology

Buying a budget smartphone? 5 things to remember
The budget smartphone segment has grown by leaps and bound. You no longer need to empty your wallet to get a good phone with all the bells and whistles.

Review: Asus Zenfone 2, the first 4GB RAM phone
Though 4GB of RAM is not really utilized to its full extent on mobile devices now, but with apps designed for 64-bit CPUs on the way, Asus Zenfone 2 is also a future-ready smartphone that will probably serve for quite a long time.

Xi calls on PM Modi to help build China's Bengaluru
The historic city of Xi'an in northwest China is busy developing a new software city inspired by the Bengaluru model.

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Education

Probe ordered into grant of permission to nursing colleges in Chandigarh
Officials in Haryana have allowed admissions in more than half-a-dozen private nursing colleges even without recognition from the Indian Nursing Council and a no-objection (NOC) certificate from the state government.

Delegation from UK varsity visits Chandigarh's PEC varsity
A delegation from Engineering School of Swansea University, Wales, the UK, visited PEC University of Technology on Saturday to explore the possibility of collaborations for enhancement and research and development activities.

PU electrician's son fulfils father's dream, gets into IIM
It took Ram Narain Shukla four attempts to clear the Common Admission Test (CAT) and five years to get to the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) of his choice.

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Mumbai

Dirty dancing with bar girl, 2 cops suspended
Two constables from Manpada police station in Dombivli have been suspended for dancing and behaving obscenely with bargirls.

Less than half of pupils confirm RTE admission
Less than half of the students from economically weaker sections have confirmed admissions for the 25% seats reserved under the Right to Education (RTE) Act in the city’s unaided non-minority schools.

Fee hike row: Parents told to sign bond
Close to 40 parents protesting against the alleged fee hike at JBCN International School, Borivli, have been asked to sign an agreement over the pending fees till Monday, failing which the school might expel the students, one of the parents alleged.

More Mumbai News»

Delhi

Teachers protest in Delhi
Demanding permanent employment, hundreds of contractual guest teachers on Saturday protested outside the residence of deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Mathura Road.

Court exemption to DU ex-VC
The Delhi University’s former vice-chancellor, Deepak Pental, who is an accused in a case of forgery, cheating and plagiarism along with another person, was on Saturday granted exemption from personal appearance for the day by a court on health grounds.

Kejriwal, Sisodia in court
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and deputy CM Manish Sisodia on Saturday appeared before a court in connection with a criminal defamation complaint filed against them by former union minister Kapil Sibal’s son Amit Sibal.

More Delhi News»

Bhopal

Emergency landing of a private jet at Bhopal airport
A private jet from United Kingdom took an emergency landing at Raja Bhoj airport in the evening after witnessing technical snag in the engine.

1.5L new files retrieved from scam hard disc may open can of worms
Madhya Pradesh special task force (STF) retrieved as many as 1.5 lakh new files from hard discs seized from five different computers of MPPEB chief system analyst Nitin Mohindra.

MPERC hike domestic, industrial power tariff
Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (MPERC) on Friday announced a 9% hike in domestic power tariff.

More Bhopal News»

Chandigarh

Alleging delay in monthly pension, old man sets himself ablaze near Chandigarh
A septuagenarian set himself ablaze for allegedly not receiving his old age pension in the morning here on Saturday.

DTO, bus operators at loggerheads, 7 arrested
More than 100 school bus operators in Bathinda were roughed up by police on Saturday after they allegedly refused to surrender their more than 15 years old vehicles to the transport department.

Police unearth betting racket in Rewari
The special cell of police busted a gang of bookies involved in betting on IPL T20 cricket matches and arrested seven persons.

More Chandigarh News»

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Un film del Morandini al giorno: Il delitto Matteotti

19/04/2015 03:41 Condividi

  

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    Questa sera, su Iris ore 21:00Il Morandini consiglia:
Il delitto MatteottiIt. 1973GENERE: Stor. DURATA: 120′ VISIONE CONSIGLIATA: TCRITICA: 3 PUBBLICO: 3REGIA: Florestano VanciniATTORI: Franco Nero, Umberto Orsini, Vittorio De Sica, Riccardo Cucciolla, Mario Adorf, Damiano Damiani, Renzo Montagnani, Gastone Moschin, Stefano Oppedisano, Maurizio Arena, Cesare Barbetti
Maggio 1924: il deputato socialista Matteotti contesta le elezioni truccate dai fascisti. Viene rapito e ucciso. Gennaio 1925: Mussolini rivendica le sue personali responsabilità nell'accaduto e promulga leggi speciali che stroncano ogni opposizione. Frutto di una puntigliosa ricerca storica a più voci, con Lucio M. Battistrada, il 9° LM di Vancini è denso, teso, avvincente e persuasivo come una lezione universitaria di alto livello. Il Mussolini di Adorf è in assoluto il migliore tra quelli portati sullo schermo. Didattico ma con passione, anche negli sbagli, tentennamenti e generosità degli oppositori. Globo d'oro della stampa estera.
La recensione del film è tratta da:
il Morandini 2015
a cura di Laura Morandini, Luisa Morandini, Morando Morandini
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