Monthly Archives: October 2022

What’s Screening at the 34th Annual Boston Jewish Film Festival: Part 2

The 16 features and two blocks of shorts that make up this year’s Boston Jewish Film Festival make for an impressive lineup. Films screened during the second week (November 7-13) richly explore the founding of Israel, the Holocaust and Jews of color. Never miss the best stories and events! Obtain …

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Cumulative Impact of Medical Film Printer Market for COVID-19 Recovery Research Report 2022 | DICOM, Intrahealth, Leyidi International Medical Devices

A2Z Market Research presents new research on Medical Film Printers covering the Micro Level of Analysis by Competitors and Key Business Segments (2022-2029). Global Medical Film Printers report explores in-depth study on various segments like opportunity, size, development, innovation, sales and overall growth of key players. The research is carried …

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The Fiido X folding electric bike is reborn with a reinforced frame and improved components

In March, we took the high-end style Fiido-X for a test drive, and came away very impressed. Just a week later, the company issued a product recall after receiving reports that the frame had broken in half. Now the folding e-bike has been beefed up and improved, and we’re back …

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New Hazel Park Exhibit Features Unique Film Photographs – The Oakland Press

Visitors to the “Captured on Film” exhibition, which premiered at the Color | Ink Studio & Gallery in Hazel Park on Friday, November 4, will be treated with a style of photography that dates back to ancient history. The show, a new project by Hazel Park photographer Eric Law, runs …

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New Hazel Park Exhibit Features Unique Film Photographs – Macomb Daily

Visitors to the “Captured on Film” exhibition, which premiered at the Color | Ink Studio & Gallery in Hazel Park on Friday, November 4, will be treated with a style of photography that dates back to ancient history. The show, a new project by Hazel Park photographer Eric Law, runs …

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Eric Larson’s Horror Short ‘Check the Locks’ Won Awards

Kaukauna native Eric LarsonFirst short wins awards. Larson, who has lived in New York for about a decade, recently completed his 15-minute short “Check the Locks: A Restless Folk Tale.” He won Best Picture at the August New York Film Awards and Best Lead Performance for Short Films at Nightmares …

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Kaukauna High grad scares the awards with their first horror short

Scene from “Check the Locks: A Fidgety Folktale” by Eric Larson. KAUKAUNA — The creative seeds for KHS graduate Eric Larson’s award-winning horror short were planted when he was a student at River View Middle School and later Kaukauna High School. Now living in Brooklyn, New York, the 2006 …

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Samsung Frame LS03B QLED 4K Smart TV is a mix of elite and quality

The Samsung Frame LS03B QLED 4K Smart TV comes with a modern frame design, customizable frame bezel, art mode and matte screen, and the price of the TV is Rs. 51,257. Modern frame design Modern frame decor enhances your home’s interior design with its sleek and modern appearance designed to …

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Freeze Frame: Hattie McDaniel, the first-ever black Oscar winner, was separated from white participants at the 12th Academy Awards

Moviegoers will remember the 1939 classic carried away by the wind for his famous one-liner: “Frankly my darling, I don’t care.” But the Oscar-winning film made history for more than its critical and box office success. The film, adapted from the 1936 novel of the same name, also starred iconic …

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Jagannath professor under fire for posting answer paper on Facebook

Published: October 29, 2022 7:01:54 p.m. A professor at Jagannath University in Dhaka has come under the spotlight after posting photos of some of the answer papers from an exam recently held in his department on Facebook. Although the teacher, Md Sawkat Jahangir from the Accounting and Information Department, did …

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7 Charleston Cafes and Bakeries with Tasty Pastries

A hot cup of cocoa, coffee, or tea always goes well with classic baked goods like a blueberry muffin or coffee cake. At these seven Charleston cafes and bakeries, you’ll find traditional treats and creative, fun baked goods you won’t find anywhere else in town. Annie O’Love’s Cookie Cafe1901 Ashley …

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Some tips for choosing and buying a photo frame

Walk into almost any home and people will likely see at least one picture frame hanging on the wall or sitting on the fireplace. They’re versatile pieces that can turn everything from family photos to artwork into stunning (and often meaningful) home decor. Frames come in a variety of shapes, …

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The Real Life of Fred Again 3

Fred Gibson’s artist nickname inspires a unique kind of apathy. His name, by its very nature, seems anticlimactic – seen on a festival lineup or a Spotify playlist, one might think “Oh, there’s still Fred”, or “It’s Fred, again”, or, at worst , “Fred? Again?” It’s a name with a …

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Don’t Look Away | The Saturday newspaper

Emmett Till had three caskets. When her body arrived in Chicago, it was nailed in the first of them: a pine box, nameless and utilitarian, indifferent to the meaning of what it carried. Till had been killed by racists in Mississippi in 1955. He was beaten and shot, his body …

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Santa Fe sheriff submits ‘rust’ investigation to prosecutors

Published on October 27, 2022 at 6:06 p.m. SANTA FE, NM (AP) — A sheriff’s department presented its investigative findings to prosecutors Thursday in the death of a cinematographer shot and killed by Alec Baldwin on a New Mexico film set in October 2021 . Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office spokesman …

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Grab a perfect Samsung Frame TV for $500 off

This Black Friday deal will wow your Thanksgiving guests Source: Samsung Samsung is keeping the deals going this week with a deep discount on one of its most popular 4K smart TVs, known as The Frame. You’re probably already familiar with the set, but for those who aren’t, The Frame …

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A revival of film photography is growing in the North West

A slightly metallic vinegar aroma hints at the chemical magic of the film unfolding nearby. Gutted disposable cameras fill an open cardboard box. A small bin contains the shells of opened 35mm film cartridges, a mixture of revealing turmeric yellow from Kodak and Kermit green from Fujicolor. Braids of translucent …

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5 essential tools and software used by photographers

Capturing a perfect shot takes more than talent. You have to understand the composition, the lighting and the timing. But you also need the right tools and software. The best photography software can help you organize your images, edit photos, and create stunning visual effects. And the right tools can …

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INTERVIEW: “9,000 paper balloons” can finally be experienced in person

Photo: 9000 Paper Balloons, by Maiko Kikuchi and Spencer Lott, will play the Japan Society. Photo courtesy of HERE / Provided by Matt Ross PR with permission. The new puppet and animation show 9000 paper balloons was put on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but creators Maiko Kikuchi and …

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Non-profit, task force against labor and sex trafficking

Sexual abuse was so rampant when Kat Wehunt was growing up in Florida that she thought it happened in every family. Then a relative started selling her for sex. And then he got her on drugs and pimped her to golfers at a club where he worked. The last time …

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‘Third such allegation, no internal injuries’ – evidence of ‘trick’ mounts in Ghaziabad rape case

Ghaziabad/New Delhi: Medical examination of a Delhi woman who claimed she was gang-raped by five men over two days in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, found no evidence of internal injuries, sources said from Ghaziabad Police to ThePrint. The examination, carried out at the government-run GTB Hospital, also established that the ‘iron …

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Vivery provides unique digital tools for food banks and pantries to equalize access to food

CHICAGO— Vivery, from the Thierer Family Foundation, is redefining the future of food access with accurate foraging maps, easy-to-use digital tools that improve community interactions, and valuable insights to better meet needs people. Chicago, October 25, 2022 — The Thierer Family Foundation, the organization that helps nonprofits grow their impact …

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Speck and Gordon: 5 comedies that continue to inspire us

Will Speck and Josh Gordon, aka filmmaking duo Speck and Gordon, are known for their adult comedies like Blade of Glory (2007) and The switch (2010). After 2016 decidedly R-rated Office Christmas Partythe directors came back with something unexpected: Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (out now), their big-screen adaptation of the best-selling …

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When AI-powered tools bring privacy concerns (EU) – Biometric templates identify themselves first

On October 20, 2022, the French data protection authority (the CNIL) imposed a fine of 20 million euros on Clearview AI Inc. (Clearview) for its processing of facial images of people residing in France. This is the fourth fine Clearview has received (to date) in Europe. It closes the investigation …

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Radiant photo finishing tools to polish your photos

Radiant Photo is equipped with many finishing tools to help you polish your photos. You’ll find them in the detailed editing screen at the bottom of the right panel. All the finishing tool adjustments will be applied to your image after the other adjustments. Let’s review the tools. The first …

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Paper towns are just a few pages in Omaha’s history books

Stu Pospisil Omaha World-Herald Take a look at these South Omaha scenes over the years. Dryden, Orient, Chicago, Iron Bluffs, Bridgeport and Santillo. These were the paper towns of Douglas County. Most never made it past the veneer stage, and nearly all fell into the chipper known …

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Best Amazon deals: Echo Show, Samsung Frame TVs and more

Amazon is often the go-to place for online shopping, but how can you be sure you’re getting the best price? The CNET Deals team scours the web every day to find the best Amazon deals on everything from tech and home products to automotive accessories, fitness, fashion, everyday essentials and …

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IAAM Launches History Harvest Project to Preserve History

The International African American Museum (IAAM), in partnership with two Johns Island churches, will host Charleston’s first-ever History Harvest event to help people preserve family histories. History Harvest is a digital archive of historical artifacts from communities across the United States, a project originally started by the University of Nebraska. …

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Samsung’s art-inspired Frame 4K TV gets $500 off at start of Black Friday deal

The Black Friday Deals event is one of the best opportunities to get a discount on Samsung’s art-inspired Frame TV, and Best Buy just launched early Black Friday Deals, which include the stunning Samsung display at an all-time high price. For a limited time, you can get Samsung’s The Frame …

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100 years of men in love: the accidental collection

Dallas couple Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell open the documentary 100 years of men in love: the accidental collection with an explanation of the birth of their collection. The pair made a habit of visiting local antique shops after church on Sundays. During a chance encounter, the couple discovered an …

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Watch Tim Burton Recreate The Lumiere Brothers’ 1895 Film “Leaving The Light Factory” – Deadline

Tim Burton walked in the footsteps of 19th-century French cinema pioneers Auguste and Louis Lumière on Saturday as he made his own version of their 1895 film Leaving the factory on the site of their former factory in Lyon. The filmmaker was in Lyon as a guest of honor at …

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BDN Wins Maine’s Best Daily, Sawyer Loftus Wins Highest Honor for Young Journalists

BAR HARBOR, Maine – The Bangor Daily News won the Excellence in Print award in the statewide daily newspaper category, and a reporter received the highest honor for young journalists on Saturday at the Maine Press Association annual conference. Members of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association, who judged the contest, …

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Using diagnostic tools for melanoma

Nearly one American dies from melanoma every hour. This was the dramatic start to the session, “Meeting the Challenges of Diagnosing Pigmented Lesions,” presented by Darrell S. Rigel, MD, MS, Clinical Professor of Dermatology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, New York; and Laura Ferris, MD, …

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Meditation, tools and checks: how a group of teenagers are tackling the mental health crisis

By Madeline Holcombe. Photographs by Travis Dove for CNN A room full of teenagers – old friends and strangers – stood with their hands together, their feet or backs together and their eyes closed. “We are never alone in the world,” says Davis Cooke, 18, a high school student and …

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I tested Hasselblad’s 100MP camera and it made my full frame Nikon look ordinary

It’s not often that a new camera needs to be taken out of my hands, but that was the case when my loaner Hasselblad X2D 100C was picked up recently. Despite its price ($8,199 / £7,369 / AU$12,399), this bloated design marvel has become my favorite medium format camera – …

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Woman Installs Ornate Frame Around TV And It Looks Gorgeous

Have you ever really wanted enhance your space but you didn’t even know where to start? We do too, which is why we absolutely love all the creative people on TikTok and beyond who have found so many ways to use everyday DIYs to really give their spaces a complete, …

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Leica revives the M6 ​​35mm film rangefinder

Leica was responsible for creating the first commercially available 35mm camera nearly 100 years ago, in 1925. From 1984 to 2002, the German camera maker handcrafted 175,000 M6 film cameras that have served as instruments for the world’s best photographers to capture their distinct worldviews. Two decades after dropping the …

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How To Select The Right Type Of Photo Book Paper For Your Project | Highlighted

Photo by sarandy westfall on Unsplash Looking to create a personalized photo book but don’t know where to start? This guide will help you select the right type of paper for your project. Keep reading to learn more about the different types of photo book paper and how to choose …

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Frame rate calculation is on Chromecast, but you can’t use it

Android 12 has landed on Google Chromecast, and it comes with the new Google Chromecast with Google TV. This platform update didn’t bring too many major changes, but it did bring a handful of useful additions. The main change, frame rate matching, is here, but you can’t use it on …

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Children’s healing center shows support with huge paper chain

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The Grand Rapids Children’s Healing Center is putting its love and support on paper. The center launched a “paper support channel” on October 10, which is World Mental Health Day, and posted the channel around the 7,000 square foot building on Thursday morning. FOX 17 Each …

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“Do you still have to beat me? Moment Rico’s picture frame fell on Alex’s head while signing his condolence book

Former BBNaija housemate Alex Asogwa was among close friends and colleagues who showed up for the late Rico Swavey’s candlelight service. Video making the rounds online captured the moment Alex was signing Rico’s condolence book and his picture frame fell on his head The BBNaija star shed light on the …

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The return of an icon of film photography

TEANECK, NJ, October 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Leica Camera AG, the company behind the first 35mm camera and today the only manufacturer of new 35mm analog rangefinder cameras, continues its commitment to film photography with the release of the new Leica M6. Leica M6 camera Leica M6 analog camera The …

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Instagram announces new safety tools for public figures

Instagram has announced security feature updates it says will help public figures and other high-profile users better protect themselves against abuse, just days after another Premier League footballer revealed that he had been the victim of racist abuse on the platform. Brentford striker Ivan Toney took to Twitter on Saturday …

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Shehnaaz Gill and Vicky Kaushal in one frame, look adorable

” style=”height: 588px;”> Actress Shehnaaz Gill is also known for her jovial style. Even though she did not debut in Bollywood, her popularity is not lacking. There’s hardly any star who doesn’t know Shehnaaz Gill. The actress is also very active on social media and continues to share special moments …

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Tristan Thompson’s daughter makes him a cute picture frame

Certainly, the daughter of Canadian-American professional basketball player Tristan Thompson makes him a nice picture frame. The proud father shared a snapshot of his 4-year-old’s memory on his IG story this Wednesday. He added a hashtag “My Princess” alongside the caption which reads: “Enlighten my heart ❤️👑, One of the …

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Deliver the paper, 1956 | stars and stripes

October is American Archives Month! To celebrate, Stars and Stripes Archives and Library is sharing “behind the scenes” footage of Stripes’ operations, staff and archives throughout the paper’s eight-decade history. Seoul, South Korea, August 1956: Workers load bundles of the Korean edition of Pacific Stars and Stripes onto a truck …

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Silver Halide Photographic Paper Market Share | Analysis of the cost structure and forecast until 2031

Silver Halide Photographic Paper Market Size Silver Halide Photographic Paper Market to Grow at Steady CAGR with Huge Profits by 2031 | ANTHEM, Polaroid, Brother, Fantac, Ilford Market.us also works closely with clients to better understand technology, properties, market environment statistics and help them develop innovative and go-to-market strategies. — …

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Pittsburgh’s Top Events: October 20-26

Click to enlarge Photo: Courtesy of BOOM Concepts Artwork by Camerin “Camo” Nesbit at Black on Black Love Thu Oct 20 ART • IRL Presented by BOOM Concepts, black on black love at 820 Gallery explores the ways in which love is manifested within the black community …

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AI-powered tools for Photoshop and Lightroom

October 19, 2022 Yesterday, Adobe announced the launch of a variety of AI-powered tools for Photoshop and Lightroom. These include tools that simplify tasks such as selecting detailed objects and adding professional visual effects. Adobe also unveiled another tool for Photoshop aimed at making remote work and collaboration easier. The …

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In Conversation with Groundcover: Ann Arbor’s Street Journal

“Something is happening in this room.” I hadn’t heard many other people talk about a space with as much passion as Groundcover News editor Lindsay Calka talked about their office. I went down late Monday morning to the basement of the Bethlehem United Church of Christ: it was a moving …

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66th BFI London Film Festival: More Than Ever and Last Flight Back

Today’s sojourn through the virtual releases of the 66th BFI London Film Festival is characterized by two films, both screened in the ‘Love’ section, with another particular common theme. Emily Atef’s European drama More than ever and Ondi Timoner’s personal documentary Last return flight both focus intensely on mortality, terminal …

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NBC News covers the new movie boom by shooting the story entirely on film

top of KF article The segment was the first new material NBC News shot on film in more than 40 years (Photo: Vladimir Paradnyi/Pexels) American network NBC covered the growing interest in film photography on its evening news Monday (October 17) with one subtle difference — he shot the entire …

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Photographic Film Market 2022 to 2028 Data Analysis by Top Players

The Global photographic films market from 2022 to 2028 the research focuses on examining current market trends across the globe. The objective of MarketandResearch.biz is to provide clients with a complete vision of the market and to support them in the development of growth plans. In addition to this, the …

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Lightroom’s latest AI tools: faster edits for portrait photographers

Adobe Lightroom’s new AI tools automatically select people, eyes, teeth or skin to retouch, and at the start of its annual creativity conference earlier today, Adobe announced a list of new updates. up-to-date in the Adobe Lightroom family, as well as Photoshop and other programs. The updates take last year’s …

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Kodak Film Factory Unveiled | Hackaday

Anyone born before the mid-1990s will likely remember that film cameras were used to document their early years. Although the convenience of digital cameras took over and was later largely usurped by cell phones, there is still a surprising variety of photographic film produced. Despite the long pedigree, how many …

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Microsoft introduces two new tools based on artificial intelligence (AI), Microsoft Designer and Image Creator

With the introduction of Microsoft Designer powered by DALLE-2 and a text-to-image AI model in its Bing search engine, Microsoft is introducing AI-generated art to its Office suite. The application works similarly to AI text-to-image models such as DALL-E and Stable Diffusion, requiring users to write a text prompt which …

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Doctor’s Written Prescription Paper Goes Viral, Drug Names Written in Hindi Instead of English News WAALI

Prescription paper written by doctor went viral, drug names written in Hindi instead of English – Advertising – Madhya Pradesh: There are approximately 193 countries in the world. Each country has its own tradition, culture and language. Everyone loves their mother tongue. Often people go to countries like Germany, Russia …

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Krysty Wilson-Cairns: 5 films that marked me

After Krysty Wilson-Cairns was nominated for an Oscar for her first feature – the stunning World War I drama 1917which she co-wrote with director Sam Mendes and for which they became nominated for Best Original Screenplay – the screenwriter followed it up with something totally different, scripting Edgar Wright’s stylish …

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AI recruiting tools don’t solve interview bias – new study

One of the biggest problems with recruiting is that recruiters are human beings. This means that they carry with them the (mostly unconscious) biases of the society in which they live and which has shaped them. Even setting aside overt bigotry, misogyny, racial prejudice and the like, the way Western …

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Why trees are irreplaceable in the paper products industry

NORTHAMTON, MA/ACCESSWIRE/October 17, 2022/ Commercial forests are essential to the paper products industry and similarly, paper products play an important role in keeping the forest industry strong. We explain why trees are used for many paper products rather than strictly recycled paper or hemp, and how the industry is meeting …

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Global Orthopedic Power Tools Market 2022 Research Report with Key Players – De Soutter Medical, B Braun Melsungen, Aygun Surgical Instruments, Medtronic and DePuy Synthes Co – ResearchAndMarkets.com | app

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Leica offers free film and photo assignment

TEANECK, NJ, October 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate the growing resurgence of analog photography, Leica camera partners with Ilford Photo to distribute 100 rolls of 35mm film free of charge to every Leica store in United States. Film photographers are invited to carry out a mission documenting their city, …

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New durable power tools and design from Black and Decker

Black and Decker has announced its new Reviva line, a series of recyclable power tools made in part from recycled plastic bottles. Aimed at the casual DIYer, the tools feature a soft, designer aesthetic, presumably meant to appeal to your average homeowner looking to do …

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Afrika Eye announces dance, theatre, photography and music events alongside its film lineup

Africa Eye is due to return to Bristol from November 7 for an 11-day celebration of African cinema and culture. Along with the mix of new and classic films for which the festival is best known, the program celebrates a rich array of street art, spoken word, dance, theatre, music, …

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High paper price hits Egyptian book market

How Raqqa, once the capital of Syria’s Daesh caliphate, regained its Arab cultural pride RAQQA, Syria: It has been five years since the Syrian Democratic Forces raised their flag in the main square of Raqqa, which for four years was the capital of Daesh. The streets and squares of Raqqa …

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Romanticize or demonize – not the only ways to frame working class life | Kenan Malik

AAn old man walks between rows of terraced houses and, behind him, the sky blotted out by the huge prow of a ship under construction. A teenager picks up coal on a beach. A man maneuvering his horse and cart around an abandoned car by the sea. A young girl …

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Van Gogh Soup Waterfall: Loads on Frame Damage

LONDON – Three climate activists appeared in a London court on Saturday on charges of criminal damage after protests including throwing soup at Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ painting at the National Gallery. Two women, aged 20 and 21, were charged in connection with the soup-throwing protest on Friday, while …

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Icc T20 World Cup Captains Day was quite an event

By CNBCTV18.com October 15, 2022, 2:47 PM STI (Update) mini All 16 captains will strive to lead their country to World Cup glory as the tournament kicks off with the qualifying round on October 16 in Australia. On the eve of the opening of the qualifying phase of the T20 …

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All 16 captains in a frame ahead of the T20 World Cup. View the photo

The T20 World Cup kicks off on Sunday with Sri Lanka taking on Namibia in the qualifiers. Ahead of the tournament opening, all the captains of the 16 participating teams were captured in frame as they attended ‘Captain’s Day’ where they spoke to the media about the showpiece event and …

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Academic portal sees growing interest in article about North Korea’s link to Comfort Woman scam

On August 8, 2022, Waseda University professor Tetsuo Arima and Harvard Law School professor J Mark Ramseyer uploaded “Comfort Women: The North Korean Connection” to the social science research scholarly exchange portal. Network (SSRN). In the article, the two scholars work from a wealth of archival and other documentary evidence …

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Lightning Deal: 28% Off LOVCUBE 9 Inch Digital Photo Frame (WiFi & Non-WiFi)

On Amazon’s Deal of the Day, you can save 28% on a LOVCUBE 9″ Digital Photo Frame. Normally costing $69.99, it’s on sale today for $50.39, a savings of $19.60. It’s a whirlwind deal, and at the time of writing, 37% of available stock has already been claimed. WIDE ANGLE …

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Text-to-image tools make for cool art, but can also conjure up NSFW images

(Bloomberg) — New artificial intelligence tools have caught the eye in recent months by giving people a new way to create new images – not by drawing them or taking pictures, but by describing them in a few words. whatever they want to see. On free sites like Dall-E, developed …

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Huawei Releases All-Optical Power Communication Network White Paper, Accelerating Power Digital Transformation

DUBAIWATER, October 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — During HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 in Dubai, Huawei Global Electric Power Summit themed “Unleash Digital and Create New Value for Electric Power”, Huawei released the White Paper on All-Optical Power Communication Network Architecture and Technologies to facilitate the digital transformation of the electric power industry. …

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The San Diego International Film Festival focuses on what you can’t get at home

Ask Tonya Mantooth, CEO and Artistic Director of the San Diego International Film Festival, if in this COVID-based streaming era, people still want to go to the movies. His answer will be categorical. “Everyone,” she said, “wants the chance to come together, to share a sense of community.” Especially, added …

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Commanders fans carry paper bags saying ‘Sell the team’ amid owner Dan Snyder’s NFL drama

As owner Dan Snyder continues to be surrounded by drama, some Washington Commanders fans are calling him out for selling the team while wearing a brown paper bag over his head Thursday night in Chicago. The Commanders will be on national television against the Chicago Bears, so there’s no better …

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Chinonye Chukwu: 5 films that still inspire me today

“On my first feature film, which was made ages ago, I couldn’t master the visual language. I didn’t master my voice,” writer-director Chinonye Chukwu says of her debut, the 2012 drama AlaskaEarth. “I was always trying to figure shit out, as a director.” The Nigerian-born, Alaskan-raised filmmaker broke out with …

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AI tools promise push-button art, but the reality is more complicated

Alien invasions. Gritty dystopian megacities. Battlefields teeming with superheroes. As one of Hollywood’s finest concept artists, Drew Leung can visualize any world you can think of except one where the AI ​​takes its toll. He would know. He’s spent the last few months trying to get there, testing all the …

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John Fetterman wins Republican support in latest ad campaign

Click to enlarge A screenshot of one of the “Republicans for Fetterman” ads from John Fetterman’s campaigns John Fetterman’s latest round of campaign ads takes the standard format of voter testimonials and turns it on its head, with vignettes of Republican voters who say they prefer the …

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Arts & Culture Newsletter: Greater San Diego Filipino Film Festival Returns This Week

Hello and welcome to the UT Arts & Culture newsletter. I am David L. Coddon, and here’s your guide to all the essentials in San Diego arts and culture this week. In only its second year, the San Diego Filipino Film Festival has grown significantly – from 41 films last …

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Pixel 7 series: Guided frame to remove blur, details of Google’s camera upgrades

The Pixel 7 series is now available for purchase in India on the Flipkart e-commerce platform. Announced earlier this month, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are priced at Rs 59,999 and Rs 84,999, respectively. The phones were initially available for pre-order in India with limited time cashback offers …

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Neanderthals and modern humans may have copied each other’s tools | Neanderthals

Modern humans lived alongside Neanderthals for more than 1,000 years in Europe, according to research that suggests the two species could have imitated each other’s jewelry and stone tools. Previously, it was known that humans and their ancient relatives existed simultaneously on the European continent for more than 6,000 years …

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What it takes to harvest Charleston oysters

Early on the coldest mornings, Jodie Holder dons neoprene waders and chunky rubber boots. In her gloved right hand she holds a hammer. His left hand is encased in a heavy chainmail glove.Holder harvests oysters and is part of the backstory most of us never think about when sucking up …

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Jessie Buckley thinks the new film Women Talking is a ‘conversation starter’

Irish actress Jessie Buckley hopes her next film, about a group of women from a religious colony struggling with their faith after a series of sexual assaults, will inspire debate. The American drama titled Women Talking, which stars Buckley alongside Claire Foy, Ben Whishaw and Frances McDormand, was written and …

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Global manufacturing and distribution company buys Port Townsend Paper Corporation

Atlas Holdings announced on Wednesday that it has completed the acquisition of Crown Paper Group, including Port Townsend Paper Corporation and Crown Corrugated Company, an integrated mill and containerboard operation in the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Port Townsend Paper Corporation is a …

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Nixplay’s 10.1-inch touchscreen smart digital photo frame drops to a new low of $112, more

Today only, within the framework of its fall Prime Day eventAmazon offers a selection of Digital photo frames with offers from $80. At the top here is the Nixplay 10.1 inch touch screen smart digital photo frame for $111.99 shipped for Prime members. Normally at $160, this 30% discount, or …

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Eastman Kodak seeks more film technicians as demand continues to rise

top of KF article Sales of Kodak films have rebounded in recent years, and the company is now looking for a new generation of technicians (Photo: Ricardo Ortiz/Pexels) Eastman Kodak, the company that makes Kodak photographic film, said it wants to hire more people for its film production division as …

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Oprah’s Favorite Digital Picture Frame On Sale On Amazon Prime Day

Included in Oprah’s list of favorite things of 2021, the Aura Carver HD Smart Digital Photo Frame is on sale right now as part of Amazon’s Early Access Prime offers. The 10.1-inch Wi-Fi-enabled frame, which usually costs $179, goes on sale for $139. The frame has over 6,200 reviews on …

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San Diego Italian Film Festival turns to choice as theme

The San Diego Italian Film Festival (SDIFF) begins its 16th year with “Qui Rido Io” (“The King of Laughter”) on October 12 at the Photographic Arts Museum (MOPA) and runs through October 22 online and across multiple sites. SDIFF was the passion project of Victor Laruccia who envisioned a film …

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3 tools to keep your desk and cables organized

Nothing is as frustrating as a jumble of cables running through your desk. Your phone charger, mouse cable, and keyboard wire take up a lot of space on your desk. That’s why cable conduits exist. These inexpensive add-ons make it quick and easy to organize your wires with clips and …

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Pamplin Media Group – Portland Film Festival celebrates opening at Lloyd Center

Actors Jesse Metcalfe, Taryn Manning of ‘The Latin From Manhattan’ attend a public event on October 11. The 10th annual Portland Film Festival welcomes fans back with its opening night, kicking off with a reception at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11 at the Lloyd Center mall, which will host …

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Allentown Paper Fair; Fantastic Instant!

This gallery wall of portrait photography was represented by Marti Steiner Jones and her daughter, Beth Jones, and cost between $50 and $100. Marti is co-owner of Antiques on Elm in Manchester, NH Review and photos by ZG Burnett ALLENTOWN, PENN. – For more than 50 years, the Allentown Paper …

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Fire at Sunbright Paper Recycling shuts down parts of industrial district

Christopher De Los Santos A major industrial fire late Monday closed parts of Imperial Drive and Texas Central Parkway and damaged the center of Sunbright Paper Recycling, the city of Waco’s primary recycling partner. The Waco Fire Department responded at 6:45 p.m. to the industrial fire at the facility located …

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Film commissioner Tony Armer resigns • St Pete Catalyst

Tony Armer, St. Petersburg/Clearwater’s film curator since 2014, is leaving for a new job in Texas. Under Armer’s leadership, St. Petersburg Clearwater was named one of the 25 Best Places to Live and Work as a MovieMaker by MovieMaker Magazine in 2021 and 2022. In January, he will become commissioner …

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