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New Kindle e-book about ‘Pay with a Tweet’ launched


Andre Tribolet, Swiss tourism specialist and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) holder, has now launched his new book about one of the latest viral marketing tools in the constantly changing world of e-commerce: Pay with a Tweet. The e-book, titled 'How to use "Pay with a Tweet" and other Viral Marketing Tools', is available now on Kindle. Pay with a Tweet is an app that customers can download for free. It works as simply as the name suggests; people share the product or content with friends, Twitter followers and other contacts onlin... Read More »

Plzeň and Mons: meet Europe’s cultural capitals for 2015


Plzeň (Pilsen) Plzeň, about 90 kilometres west of Prague, boasts 170,000 inhabitants.It was first documented as early as 976 and has been a town since 1295. The city centre has been under cultural heritage preservation. One of Plzeň's claims to fame is the Pilsner beer, a type of pale lager, created in 1842. For this year more than 600 events have been organised, ranging from concerts to exhibitions and artistic interventions. MEP Jiří Maštálka, a Czech member of the GUE/NGL group, who lives in Plzeň, said there was a lot to discover in t... Read More »

Latvian movies at Belgian film festivals in February


Anima: The Brussels animation film festival On 13 - 22 February, the Anima international animation film festival will take place at the Flagey cultural centre in Brussels. In cooperation with the Embassy of Latvia to the Kingdom of Belgium, the festival has prepared a special Latvia Focus programme. It will include animations for children and grown-ups and a special short film programme by the director Signe Baumane. She will visit the festival on 17 - 20 February. "Rocks in My Pockets" Directed by Signe Baumane 14 February at 21:30 St... Read More »

E.A. Channon, Author of Flesh of the Blood, to Meet Fans at Mythicworlds in Seattle


Elves, humans, dwarves - these are just a few of the types of characters that fans of fantasy stories love to read about. E.A. Channon, author of the book Flesh of the Blood, has incorporated suspense, precise military plotting and intriguing characters into his recently released book, which is soon to be a series. Channon will be bringing his passion for fantasy to the Mythicworlds, held at the Seattle Doubletree Hilton, February 20-22, 2015. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to chat with Channon, the Scottish bagpiper-turned-author, ... Read More »

Silver-Garburg Piano Duo plays on Bechstein


The tour takes place in cooperation with the Dresdner Piano Salon. All concerts: Fr., 27.02.2015, 19:30 Uhr Theater Görlitz Sa., 28.02.2015, 19:30 Uhr Theater Zittau Di., 03.03.2015, 19:30 Uhr Theater Görlitz Mi., 04.03.2015, 19:30 Uhr Lausitzhalle Hoyerswerda Do., 05.03.2015, 19:30 Uhr Theater Bautzen ... Read More »

The Ridder: Participation The Ridder at Art Rotterdam/ Intersections


Sofia Húlten Stéphanie Saadé Oscar Santillan We also present THE TAKE_AWAY_EXHIBIT a group exhibition in a suitcase with works by Rodrigo Hernández (MEX), William Hunt (UK), Astrid Mingels (NL), Christopher Orr (UK), Stéphanie Saadé (LEB), Oscar Santillan (EC) We look forward to welcome you! ... Read More »

South Camden Theatre Company continues its 10th anniversary season with a production of FORTUNE COOKIES by Joseph M. Paprzycki


South Camden Theatre Company, a nonprofit professional theatre company located in Camden, New Jersey continues its 10th season titled "A Season of Faith" with a production of FORTUNE COOKIES written by Joseph M. Paprzycki and directed by Christopher 'Jumbo' Schimpf. The cast includes Nicole DeRosa Lukaitis, Amiee Theresa, Megan Pisors, Christopher 'Jumbo' Schimpf and Dan Kim*. FORTUNE COOKIES is set in a magical Chinese restaurant in Camden, New Jersey in 1997 as four friends find that sometimes the dreams you dream are not the dreams being ... Read More »

Bertelsmann Stiftung: NEUE STIMMEN 2015: Application process begins for young opera talents


In addition, the young artists will have the opportunity to participate in the NEUE STIMMEN master classes (for opera music and lieder) and workshops, which the Bertelsmann Stiftung uses to provide the performers with ongoing support. They will also have the chance to participate in concerts held in Germany and other countries. Moreover, they could receive a scholarship from the International Opera Studio, part of Berlin's Staatsoper im Schiller Theater which is supported by the Liz Mohn Foundation for Culture and Music. The competition will co... Read More »

New book Black Rose released by fantasy writer K.L. Bone in Hometown of Clark County, Washington


Today's readers are looking for more than just a good story. They are looking for intricate tales that help them to escape the stresses that real life offers. K.L. Bone, the popular author who appeared with Anne Rice at UndeadCon in New Orleans, has just released another title that is sure to take readers to a faraway place they will enjoy. Black Rose offers an intricate story with complex characters who face many challenges, keeping readers in suspense. "Releasing Black Rose in my own hometown was really gratifying," Bone said. "My fans hav... Read More »

H&M Design Award 2015 – Ximon Lee

“Ximon’s collection captivated the jury with its contemporary yet poetic mood, with a strong feeling for fabric and an incredible attention to detail,” says Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s head of design for New Development. “I think he is an incredible accomplished designer. He had everything; his research was beautiful, the fabric development was really accomplished and his design was good,” says Luella Bartley, Design Director of Marc by Marc Jacobs and member of the jury. Ximon, originally from Hong Kong, China, but now based in New Yo... Read More »

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