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If an artist is not necessarily someone who is lonely, starving and unstable, then what does an artist look like? Can an artist actually live in abundance? Those are the questions asked by blogger Jess Green in a recent post at The Huffington Post. The answer: Flora Bowley, author of Brave Intuitive Painting for Quarry Press. Learn More.
ELLE Magazine Online has published some excerpts of the Aurum Press title "The House of Redgrave: The Lives of a Theatrical Dynasty." The magazine writes: "Consider the legacy of three generations of actors: Patriarch Michael's near-mythic Shakespearean performances; the prolific careers of his daughters, Lynn and Vanessa; and Vanessa's marriage to groundbreaking filmmaker Tony Richardson. Then, there is the modern-day celebrity of Richardson daughters Natasha and Joely; Natasha's golden-couple marriage to Liam Neeson; and, of course, her tragic end. Tim Adler’s unauthorized bio, The House of Redgrave: The Lives of a Theatrical Dynasty details the complex idiosyncrasies and salacious goings-on of a bohemian, politically rebellious, sexually insatiable, hugely talented, and close-knit family. We couldn’t put it down." Learn More.
MSN.com has featured a slide show of images and profiles of some of the famous people and their cars featured in Rockin' Garages. Learn More.
Jonathan Yardley of the Washington Post found Author Steve Boggan's trip across the U.S. as he followed a $10 bill to be touched by a certain amount of magic. Learn More.
Deborah Kennedy, CEO of Build Healthy Kids and a co-author of Beat Sugar Addiction Now! For Kids, mentioned in a recent newsletter to New York parents that children should "never drink" energy drinks because of their high sugar content. Monster Beverage has threatened to sue her for her statements. Learn More.
For those not familiar with the technique, like New York Times writer Michael Tortorello, straw bale gardening sounds like a pretty improbable way to grow vegetables. But Joel Karsten, author of Straw Bale Gardens for Cool Springs Press, has convinced Tortorello that the technique does work. Learn More.
Deborah Kennedy, CEO of Build Healthy Kids and a co-author of Beat Sugar Addiction Now! For Kids, was one of the industry experts quoted in a recent NBC News story on New York City's proposed supersized soda ban. Learn More.
Quarto (LSE: QRT), the world's leading international illustrated non-fiction book publisher and distribution group announces its final results for the year ended Dec. 31, 2012. Learn More.
American Public Media's Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal spoke with Steve Boggan, author of ‘Follow the Money’. In his book, Boggan followed a $10 bill around the U.S. for 30 days. Learn More.
Dr. Jonny Bowden and Dr. Stephen Sinatra, authors of The Great Cholesterol Myth, appeared on The Doctors TV show to discuss their book. Learn More.