Latest Fashion News

How 3-D Printing Is Revolutionizing the Fashion Industry
This year’s Met Gala theme, Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology, captured the excitement over the future of hi-tech fashion. With new designs emerging regularly (from crystal dresses that can be controlled by remote controls or dresses that …
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AIFS Study Abroad Traveling Program; Fashion Marketing and Merchandising: Summer
Spend 8 nights in London, 5 nights in Paris, 4 nights in Milan and 6 nights in Florence. The itinerary is carefully planned to maximize time in each location, ensuring you strike the right balance between classroom learning, academic visits, sightseeing …
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RIHANNA AS MARIE ANTOINETTE ON THE COVER OF CR FASHION BOOK
In order to understand why Rihanna is the perfect cover star for our Fall/Winter issue, our ninth edition, you must understand the issue’s theme. CR 9 is entirely dedicated to one of history’s most controversial and misunderstood heroines: Marie Antoinette.
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Latest Tennis News

Fruitport, Spring Lake girls tennis teams qualify for state finals
SPRING LAKE TWP. — After some shuffling of papers and number crunching, there was a buzz of excitement around the scorer’s table in between the tennis courts at Spring Lake High School on Thursday afternoon. The Spring Lake tennis team and head coach …
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Stevens standing second after day one
The Rapid City Stevens boys’ tennis team is off to a strong starting, winning 11 of 12 singles matches on Thursday to open the state tennis tournament in Sioux Falls. The Raiders, ranked second in the state, are in second after day one, with 370 points.
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Tigers’ Henry advances to state tennis tournament
Ethan Henry of Lee’s Summit qualified for the Class 2 boys tennis state singles tournament after winning a sectional match Wednesday at Hilltop Racket Club. Henry, a junior, went to state in doubles last season. Lee’s Summit junior Ethan Henry has made …
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Latest Healthcare News

The 5 Best Healthcare ETFs
With nearly 50 healthcare ETFs on the market, there isn’t a shortage of choices for fund investors. The best healthcare ETFs have managed to attract a lion’s share of the assets, and thus a disproportionate amount of daily trading volume. From Vanguard to …
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8 Examples of Brilliant Healthcare Marketing
Every now and then, a healthcare organization creates a stellar piece of content, launches a particularly clever social media campaign, or proves that they just get their target audience in a way that makes us fans of healthcare marketing just want to …
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Healthcare Blockchain Moves to Center Stage
Last year, we asserted that the groundwork for healthcare on the blockchain had already begun. In fact, we stated that blockchain would move from theory to practice in 2017. If the number of blockchain related conferences is any indicator, our prediction …
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Latest Music Festivals News

11 Awesome Asian Music Festivals to Attend in 2017
Until very recently there weren’t very many music festivals in the Far East beyond cultural events. However, over the last few years there has been a surge in large-scale music events – all with awe-inspiring production, international lineups and …
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2017 Country Music Festivals Guide
Country music festivals are as much a part of summer as the beach and baseball, but keeping track of them can be a chore. Taste of Country’s Country Music Festival guide actually begins in January with a fest that will remind you of summers past.
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Music Festivals: Peace, Love and a Business Battle
As music fans get ready to listen to Florence + the Machine, Paul McCartney and Alabama Shakes this weekend at Lollapalooza in Chicago, a turf war is heating up in the music-festival business. Lollapalooza, one of the oldest and most popular festivals, is …
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Latest Economics News

Reforming economics: Try the business school
Perhaps such an approach would be better suited to economics courses that are taught in business schools, where short courses in the subject are currently dominated by simplistic theory taken from survey textbooks rather than the intricacies of practical …
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What is Economics?
Economics can be confusing and finding a clear definition of economics can be a challenge. Most simply put, economics is the analysis of how people use the resources that are available to them. According to the American Economic Association, those …
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Economics at SMU
The Department of Economics at Southern Methodist University is highly ranked among economics departments in the United States and offers comprehensive coverage of the major fields in modern economics. In the latest (2006) study of 118 PhD granting …
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Latest Trombonists News

The 10 worst things about playing the trombone
Here are the 10 worst things that could only happen to you… Trombonists trump even the legendary ‘ba-dum tish’ sound when it comes to comedy. There’s the tragic wa-wa-wah, the pratfall waaaa-oooo-aaaap, and the Jonny Briggs theme tune for starters.
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On Key: An Accordion Player Fills an Orchestral Gap
Among its ranks, the New York Philharmonic counts 28 violinists, 11 cellists, four flutists, three trombonists and even one bass trombonist. But when the call came for an accordionist this past week, the orchestra had to go outside its circle. The ensemble …
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University of Redlands: Pokorny Low Brass Seminar slated July 5-9
July 7: Trombonists Timothy Higgins and Michael Mulcahy present a faculty recital at 4 p.m. in the Frederick Loewe Performance Hall in Watchorn Hall. • July 8: Sergio Carolino, tuba, presents a faculty recital at 4 p.m. in the University of Redlands …
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Latest Sushi News

The Ten Best Sushi Restaurants in Miami
Raw fish. Vinegared rice. Two simple ingredients that revolutionized the worldwide food industry. Nowadays, it’s a bit more complex than just a means of preserving fish in fermented rice. It’s become a fine art form in which master itamaes (sushi chefs …
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Is Sushi Safe to Eat?
Sushi is safe to eat as long as it has been prepared properly. Credit: Joanna Burger A Chicago man sued a restaurant in 2008 for allegedly serving him a parasitic tapeworm along with his salmon. So what about the sushi or sashimi that hungry buyers pick up …
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The Return of Sushi to Cornell Dining
Cornell Dining has added Wegmans sushi to its array of quick café options, now served at practically every café on campus. In the past, Cornell has served Sushi with Gusto in its various cafés, but that brand has been absent for just over a semester.
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Latest Competitive Swimming News

Competitive swimming keeps kids fit
It took a bit longer than most competitive swimmers for Chris Angerhofer to find his stride. But life in the pool has become his calling. His singular focus has been on becoming the best swimmer he can be. A Division I distance freestyle swimmer at South …
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Competitive Swimming Linked to Asthma in New Study
A new study titled, “Prevalence and characteristics of asthma in the aquatic disciplines” indicates that about 25% of competitive swimmers have asthma, and that this problem occurs more frequently in some parts of the world compared to others, or …
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Michael Phelps returns to competitive swimming with second-place finish
MESA, Ariz. — A buzz ran through the crowd, an accumulation of murmurs and applause that drifted across the pool to where Michael Phelps stood. It was just loud enough to make the swimmer grin as he stepped onto the block. “You heard people starting to …
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Latest Fitness News

The Ugly Side of Health and Fitness
There’s an Ugly Side to health and fitness most don’t realize exists — until they experience it for themselves. That’s what happened to me, and I don’t want it to happen to you. Lose fat and like how you look in (and out of) clothes. Improve …
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What is Your Fitness IQ? Take the Quiz to Find Out
With an average score of 42 percent, Americans scored only slightly higher than Western Europeans, who scored an average of 39 percent. The results were a little shocking. Both Americans and Europeans failed to grasp fundamental health concepts, such as …
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Fitness Newsletters – Get The Latest Diet and Exercise Tips
Why Should I Sign Up? When you subscribe to our weekly fitness newsletter you will learn different weight training tips and tricks to pack on serious muscle, nutrition insight and advice to choose the healthiest foods for your meals so you can follow a …
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Latest Orchestras News

Oklahoma Youth Orchestras, OCU appoint Garcia to new conducting position
Oklahoma Youth Orchestras has partnered with the Wanda L. Bass School of Music at Oklahoma City Univeristy to appoint Eric Garcia to the new position of artistic director of the Oklahoma Youth Orchestras and associate professor and music director of the …
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Orchestras, Musicians, The Concert Experience, and Social Media
I’ve been at the League of American Orchestras Conference. Yesterday, I had the pleasure of co-facilitating a half-day “Digital Strategies” seminar with Vince Ford, Director of Digital Media from the New York Philharmonic and leading a peer session …
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Shift Festival unites North American orchestras
The Kennedy Center (2700 F St., N.W.) and Washington Performing Arts present “Shift: A Festival of American Orchestra” March 28-April 1. Orchestras collaborate to spotlight North American orchestras of all sizes. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the …
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