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A FORMER Worcester reporter who wrote a series of novels set in the Midlands has been signed by a crime novel publisher. Tony Bassett’s first novel in the series, Murder On Oxford Lane, was released on January 9 and the second, The Crossbow Stalker, is due out in February. Murder …

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André Leon Talley, fashion journalist turned protege of Diana Vreeland and confidant of Anna Wintour – obituary

For more than three decades, Lagerfeld used it as a sounding board for his collections for Chanel. In return, Talley welcomes invitations to stay with the creator in his castle in Brittany, or in his villa in Biarritz, where the Olympic swimming pool is equipped with underwater enclosures. Her other …

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What is a debt consolidation loan and how does it work?

Debt consolidation loans are often misunderstood. They are not always bad. However, you should only take them after careful consideration. If you plan to subscribe best debt consolidation loans then you need to understand what they are and how to get it. The use of debt consolidation loans is to …

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Bly’s Spirit – Frank McNally on a trailblazing journalist with an Irish subplot

It appears to have been removed from the recent remake of the TV series Around the World in Eighty Days, but Jules Verne’s original novel has a crucial subplot involving Ireland. Passing the Fastnet lighthouse on his ship from New York, Phileas Fogg realizes that the sea route to Liverpool …

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QuinStreet: AmOne.com Reveals Three Common Debt Consolidation Mistakes Consumers Should Avoid

Missteps can derail financial goals and set consumers back Foster City, California – January 25, 2022 – “New year, new me” is resonating on social media and many consumers have made resolutions to get their finances in shape. Debt consolidation can be a vital strategy to help consumers achieve their …

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Pakistani journalist Marvi Sirmed calls Imran Khan a ‘coward’ for his silence on terrorism

Pakistani journalist Marvi Sirmed describe Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan as a ‘coward’ while decoding his cryptic speech during his public engagement program ‘Aap Ka Wazir-e-Azam, Aap Kay Saath’. Speaking on a TV show, the reporter said Khan has always played it safe in all areas, including cricket. “Imran Khan …

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Joe Biden Calls Journalist ‘Stupid Motherfucker*h’ When Asked About Inflation

On Monday January 24, US President Joe Biden mocked a Fox News reporter and made a profanity-laden remark when asked about inflation. The incident took place at a White House event after Biden gave a prepared speech on tackling inflation and addressing supply chain issues. According to reports, the event …

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Book Manuscript Workshops | We every day

Wouldn’t it be helpful if a group of people read your book manuscript and discuss it with you? [Sculpture by Stephen Doyle] Although it is not unusual to ask friends and colleagues for feedback on one’s manuscript, and although sometimes people hold graduate seminars that focus largely on their current …

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Agreement to consider debt consolidation up to 85% LTV

“We are committed to finding ways to help brokers support more clients, and increasing our maximum LTV for debt consolidation for borrowers who meet our higher credit rating will do just that. “ The lender increased the maximum LTV by 80% to give more choice to brokers whose clients meet …

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Understanding Business Debt Consolidation Loan Options

What is a debt consolidation loan? Is it really worth considering? What should I pay attention to before signing anything? What are the best debt consolidation loans to choose from? Well, debt consolidation loans are designed to consolidate multiple debts into a single loan. They allow borrowers to pay off …

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Mac Miller’s Biographer Says Ariana Grande Relationship Story “Wasn’t 100 Percent Accurate”

The author of a new Mac Miller book has offered his take on the late rapper’s relationship with pop singer Ariana Grande. Paul Cantor’s book, Most dope: The Extraordinary Life of Mac Millerwas released today (January 18), a day before Miller turns 30. Cantor, an early fan of Miller’s music, …

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Crypto Bros Sink $3 Million In Rare ‘Dune’ Manuscript Thought It Bought Adaptation Rights

A collective of cryptocurrency fans, who last year raised 2.66 million euros ($3 million) to buy a rare copy of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s never-before-made adaptation of the novel “Dune”, was criticized for their ambitious plans to use their manuscript for the story bible to create their own “Dune” empire. The legendary …

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Influential fashion journalist André Leon Talley dies at 73

André Leon Talley, former creative director and editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, has died. He was 73 years old. Talley’s literary agent, David Vigliano, confirmed Talley’s death to USA Today on Tuesday evening, but no additional details were immediately available. Talley was an influential fashion journalist who worked for Women’s Wear …

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Ex-Scottish Conservative leader and former journalist Ruth Davidson joins Times Radio Friday afternoon show

Ex-Scottish Conservative leader and former journalist Ruth Davidson joins Times Radio as she takes over Giles Coren’s Friday afternoon slot and says ‘it’s like coming home’ Ex-Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson set to take over Giles Coren’s Friday show Times Radio said the former MSP, who sits in the House …

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Ted Poston, originally from Kentucky, was a pioneering black journalist

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide viewpoints on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Ted Poston Carnegie Center “What’s it like to be chased down a lonely moonlit Florida road – in a small car driving side to …

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Ex-Amherst Reporter’s ‘Peak’ Thriller Goes Online Jan. 18

AMHERST – K2 is one of the most desolate places on the planet. The second highest mountain in the world after nearby Everest, K2 stands at 28,251 feet and has sometimes been called a wild mountain because it tries to kill. It seems like the perfect setting for a supernatural …

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Why Journalist Kamal Khan’s Death Looks Like a Deep Personal Loss

I had never met Kamal Khan of NDTV India, but I mourn his sudden passing as a deep personal loss. In these unscrupulous fallen times when news reporting has become a colorful, loud and timely nuisance, Khan clearly saw his calling as a sacred mission bestowed on him by the …

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Journalist and biographer Sagarika Ghose on how to remember Atal Bihari Vajpayee – News

He was someone who kept reaching out to opposite ends of the political spectrum to find consensus, compromise and dialogue, says the author Published: Thu 13 Jan 2022, 22:59 Sagarika Ghose has been a journalist for over three decades. She is also a columnist, television commentator and author of two …

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Longtime Knopf Director Paul Bogaards Launches New PR Firm; LBJ Biographer Robert Caro, Joan Didion Estate on List

Paul Bogaards, whose departure of Alfred A. Knopf earlier this month ended his 32-year career as head of advertising and marketing at the publishing house, has already moved on to the next chapter : Bogaards today announced the launch of its new company, Bogaards Public Relations LLC. Clients already lined …

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