Month: February 2021

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Mainstay of the resource sector, Rick Rule, is stepping back. In a press release from yesterday, Sprott announced Rick Rule will retire his senior managing director role at Sprott Inc.; President & CEO, Sprott U.S. Holdings. Rule will continue to serve as a director at Sprott and will play “…an ongoing role in the management
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor for $2.99 A Death of No Importance by Mariah Fredericks for $2.99 City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab for $1.99 Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore by Matthew Sullivan for $1.99 Radical Candor by Kim Scott
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Lily Collins must be plotting a gorgeous new home with her fiancé Charlie McDowell if she’s willing to give up this sprawling Beverly Hills estate. The sale closed yesterday, according to Realtor.com. Details on the $13.5 million listing are scarce, but The Post got an exclusive look at what’s inside this glamorous Hollywood Regency mansion,
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A conversation with the man who oversees the Franchise 500-topping fast-food chain. February 26, 2021 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Besides offering great products and instituting solid systems, most standout franchises have also mastered the human side of their business. They understand people – employees, customers and especially their franchisees.
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With renewed interest in the Princess of Pop’s life story following the release of The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears, plenty of folks may be looking to take a deeper dive into themes like public empathy for celebrities, misogyny in the entertainment industry, and the toxic culture of paparazzi. Young adult books haven’t
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The grief of miscarrying or losing a child during pregnancy can be so overwhelming. And because every person’s experience with miscarriage is unique, one person may relate to something that doesn’t resonate with another. But books about miscarriage and pregnancy loss can still help you feel less alone and find more resources to heal. To
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Joziah Jason, a 10-year-old 5th grader, started a podcast to share his love of reading. Known as “R.E.A.D. Books with Joziah” (Read, Explore, Adore & Discuss), the Ypsilanti, Michigan, native offers book reviews and recommendations to his audience. “Reading can take you pretty much anywhere you want to go,” Joziah stated in an interview with
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Radical Candor by Kim Scott for $1.99 The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo for $1.99 Dust Tracks on a Road by Zora Neale Hurston for $1.99 A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn for $2.99 When They Call You
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The COVID-19 pandemic shook up the world as we know it, and book festivals were no exception. Whether large or small, in-person book fairs simply couldn’t happen in 2020. Luckily, authors, readers, and booksellers are a resourceful bunch – and with the help of programmes like Zoom, Teams, and other video conferencing platforms, digital book
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Though many parts of the Lone Star State are still without consistent power or safe water, other parts of Texas are finally seeing a sense of normalcy return after a climate crisis. Following a devastating snow storm and cold temperatures, people throughout the state lost electricity and potable water, exposing them to long periods of