Monthly Archives: July 2021

Ann Morrow, reporter who covered the United States for the Telegraph and wrote books on royalty – obituary

[ad_1] His reporting, however, earned him a full-time job at the newspaper. She worked briefly in New York and Washington, traveling with the Carters to their peanut farm in Plains, Georgia, and seeing Elvis Presley lying in his coffin in Graceland after his death in 1977. Back in London, she …

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PUBLISH to make Korea National Treasure NFT, Hangul Manuscript ‘Hunminjeongeum Haerye’

[ad_1] PUBLISH announced that it has been retained by the Kansong Art Museum to implement the technical solution for the conversion of the Haerye edition of Hunminjeongeum to NFT (non-fungible tokens). The Haerye edition of the Hunminjeongeum The Hunminjeongeum (“Appropriate Sounds to Educate the People” in English) is a manuscript …

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Friedan was a feminist leader and union journalist

[ad_1] By Bill Knight | Canton Daily Ledger Too often we are all in “silos” limiting our views, not having other experiences and information that might be useful. A good example is Betty Friedan, from lower Illinois who 50 years ago this week was the founder of the National Women’s …

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Journalist Aditya Kant makes author debut with mysterious murder

[ad_1] Senior journalist Aditya Kant’s debut novel “High on Kasol,” which is a drug-trafficking crime thriller, officially launched at the Chandigarh Press Club on Sunday. Attendees at the event included Vivek Atray, motivational speaker and former IAS officer, author and motivational speaker, as well as several other journalists and other …

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I am a biased journalist and I agree with that

Lauren Wolfe at Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan (Courtesy) Since i was fired from The New York Times At the end of January, no matter what I post or say about online journalism, angry people come out of their hiding places to yell at me. They say I’m biased (usually …

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