Month: July 2020

The 2020 Booker Prize Longlist has been announced! This year’s longlist is comprised of 13 novels that span the globe, ranging from established authors like Hilary Mantel to debuts from new voices like Kiley Reid, C Pam Zhang, and Brandon Taylor. First awarded in 1969, the Booker Prize is open to writers of any nationality writing in English and published
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Netflix’s streaming library doesn’t just feature a great selection of horror movies; the service also has a ton of terrific and terrifying horror shows just waiting to be streamed. There are the mainstream hits like the Ryan Murphy’s star-studded anthology American Horror Story, cult horror-comedies like Starz’s Ash vs. Evil Dead, and psychological thrillers like
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As I write this, Singapore is in Phase Two of the re-opening measures introduced after the easing of our enforced circuit breaker. Boating activities can resume as part of this phase. Yachts gather at Singapore’s Lazarus Islands before the onset of Covid-19 this year; Photo: Wade Pearce / Next Tide Consultancy The Singapore Boating Industry
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In a time of media uncertainty and social shift, top-tier minority-owned talent agency G&B stands apart as a guiding beacon, thanks to the decisive leadership of Founder/ CEO Kyle Hjelmeseth. “Diverse since day one,” G&B seeks to reinvent the digital talent management experience with integrity, transparency, and a human touch, transforming more than 60 influencer
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With the coronavirus pandemic ongoing, digital time capsule company Skypod is dedicated to using its platform to help those in need. To do so, Skypod is making a $3 Million donation of Skypod credits to help 30,000 of the people most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Skypod is a secure, encrypted, cloud-based platform that allows users all around the
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