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As we all know: October is when autumn comes in full. There are no more blooming flowers like in the spring, but the fall color palette is rife with multi-hued charm. It does not overwhelm like the winter, when the snowflakes cover the world. Fall may not be as animated or attractive as summer, but it is the ideal time for enjoyable world journeys.
In October, the kids have gone back to school, the noisy crowds of summer have departed; no longer do you have to dine in a cramped restaurant or wait impatiently in a long queue for a cool drink. In October, travel services announce their special rates. The weather is great, not too hot to make you sweat, nor too cold to make you stuff your suitcase with bulky warm clothes. Your taste becomes subtler when enjoying autumn’s specialties.
The natural world shows its beautiful airs: the sky is clear, the changing leaves shadow the blue waters, mountains seem far more distant, your sentiments are amplified... Let's rent a cabin to spend the night on the mountain, take a hiking trip, or spend a few days in a small village... to fully experience the many charming shades of autumn.
And remember to carefully place Travellive’s October issue into your bag, your beloved friend when enjoying autumn!
Inside, cover star Genevieve O'Reilly talks about the importance of family in acting, her roles in The Ferryman and Tin Star, and more; cover star Jasmine Luv opens up about how good it feels to make people laugh, her role on Starter Pack, and more; actor Sheaun McKinney talks his journey as an actor and new comedy series The Neighborhood; actress Tati Gabrielle discusses her role on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina; and much more! Below, please see more highlights from the issue, as well as exclusive quotes from the stars.
Now in our 16th year of publishing, Canadian World Traveller explores the culture and history of worldwide destinations, sharing the adventure of discovery with our readers and motivating them to make their travel dreams a reality. Published quarterly, CWT helps sophisticated, independent Canadian travellers choose their next destination by offering a lively blend of intelligent, informative articles and tantalizing photographic images from our World’s best destinations, cruises, accommodations and activities to suit every traveller's taste.
Tropicana Magazine's ART AS LIFE issue features Ai Wei Wei as the Game Changer activist of the Arts, MD of Simmons SouthEastAsia Mr Casey Teh talks about Somnology - the science of sleep; Check out our curated lists for you end of year travel plans
Whether your winter getaway includes a white sandy beach, the Australian outback or hyper urban art scenes, this issue of DRIFT is dedicated to the nouveau traveler. Come along on the journey as we discover ancient lands and modern destinations.
FANTIC CABELLERO – RUST gets a first ride on two of Fantic’s beautiful new street scramblers
MOJAVE – JB got to ride the high desert during his recent visit to California, it was too pretty not to share…
LONG TERMERS – RUST’s Suzuki and Husqvarna long termers have been hitting the trails – and splashing through lots of water it would seem
all this plus, of course, a little more
BeatRoute Magazine is a monthly arts and entertainment paper with a predominant focus on music – local, independent or otherwise. The paper started in June 2004 and continues to provide a healthy dose of perversity while exercising rock ‘n’ roll ethics.
Currently BeatRoute’s AB edition is distributed in Calgary, Edmonton (by S*A*R*G*E), Banff and Canmore. The BC edition is distributed in Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo. BeatRoute (AB) Mission PO 23045 Calgary, AB T2S 3A8 E. firstname.lastname@example.org BeatRoute (BC) #202 – 2405 E Hastings Vancouver, BC V5K 1Y8 P. 778-888-1120
We turn the spotlight on The Midlands for meetings, share the latest conference venue news and invite you to find the perfect Christmas office party package!
Plus, hats off to Chef James Parsons from Langstone Quays Resort! He will inspire with his words and entice with his food.
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Welcome to the 7th issue of DIRT magazine.
Arenacross is not for the faint of heart. Short track, fast riders and aggresive races filled with bar bagning action that will leave you on the edge of your seat the whole night.
If you like action packed races and exhaust fumes, Arenacross will quench your thirst for adrenaline.
In this issue meet some of the best AX riders on the tour.
Thanks to our friend and collab Jack Jaxson for the East coast AX photos and interviews.
I would like to thanks Tod Hammock at Cycle city promotion for his help in the past years at the Kicker Arenacross in New England.
Be sure to check out the special segment of the Project 91. Where Canadian FMX star Ben Milot rebuilt the original Carl Vaillancourts Honda CR 125 from 1991.
The November edition of Co-op News looks at co-operation as a remedy - and a safeguard.
Plus... how we covered the first world war 100 years ago, reports from co-operative conferences around the world, and our 2018 Christmas gift guide.
Food is more than just fuel. It’s a social centerpiece and provides a foundation for some of our fondest, funniest, and most-talked about memories. And in this month’s issue, we have plenty of pieces focused around it, beginning with our feature, Top Chefs (page 49), where Luna Anona introduces you to 15 of our region’s culinary tastemakers—each with their own signature cooking style and skill set. Though the types of cuisine they dish out vastly vary, all of them share a passion for preparing mouthwatering plates. Learn all about them, including their food philosophies, favorite restaurants, top cooking tips, and how they rose to the top, then stop by their respective eateries to taste the fruits of their labor.Whatever your calendar looks like these next 30 days, I hope it’s filled with good friends, good food, and good times. Cheers!
This month, we feature MOJO, Instagram's newest canine star; Pet Horoscopes by Russell Grant; an expert on how to look after your pets' digestion & improve their long-term health & happiness; our fantastic festive giveaway of a 3D printed sculpture of YOUR pet, and more inside!
We are proud to present the first edition of our BreakAway magazine this April! In this summer edition you'll for instance find an interview with Dutch road race champion Ramon Sinkeldam, we ride the Aosta Trail with downhill rider James Shirley and one of our product developers gives an insight on how he works on new BBB products.
Over the past 4 years or so, of creating and publishing Ripcord Adventure Journal, the team involved in bringing it to print and digital editions has been on a marvellous journey of discovery and adventure in their own right. None of us had prior experience in publishing an international periodical before, our strength was derived from the unstinting support given by our adventurers and explorers who have written and photographed their journeys for us. Furthermore, our delight has grown as our readership and audience have rocketed to unexpected but very welcome heights, particularly on our digital platform: www.yumpu.com/user/worldexplorers where we have reached almost 8 million views.
In this period we have published so many great articles that we felt it timely to pick a single article from each issue and present them here in a 2014-2018 Revisited issue, the eight articles which follow have been chosen by the editorial team to reflect the broad interests of Ripcord Adventure Journal and I hope, will serve to introduce our many new readers to previous issues, all of which, continue to be available for free on our digital platform.
We aimed to be the home of authentic, adventurous travel, which serves as a starting point for personal reflection, study and new journeys; we hope that you enjoy reading this free digital Journal and encourage you to share it widely. As this will be the final issue of Ripcord Adventure Journal, we hope that you took inspiration from our amazing contributors and that you may follow their adventures into the future.
On behalf of the editorial, writing and design team, I wish to acknowledge our outstanding sponsors from day one, the World Explorers Bureau (Charlotte Baker Weinert) and Redpoint Resolutions (Mark Cohon, Thomas Bochnowski, Ted Muhlner, Martha Marin, John Moretti and all the team).
We are SO excited to announce our first premier issue of Southern Motherhood magazine. An intentional inspiration for home and family
Cover by Berkley Martin Photography
with stories by Ivey Gibb Photography CLJ Photography - Frisco Maternity and Newborn Photographer Kate Laraine and more!
This month’s magazine is packed with so much advice - including how music can improve children’s confidence, how to help with boys’ literacy, and how to safeguard your staff in your setting. We have some great tips on how you can take part in Road Safety Week and find out how settings celebrate the Indian festival of Diwali. We take a look at the history of Remembrance Sunday and have a wonderful poppy craft for the children to do, in this 100th anniversary year of the end of the First World War.
November 2018 issue of Real Estate Advisors Magazine. Real Estate Advisors is a monthly publication with news and advertising designed exclusively for the Real Estate reader in Hood, Somervell, Erath, and Johnson counties.
24/seven is a monthly, free magazine for personal growth, professional development, and self-empowerment. The approach is holistic, incorporating mind, body, soul, and spirit. As philosopher Francis Bacon said, “Knowledge is power.” Use this information to live your best life now.
Speciality Chemicals Magazine is the number one and longest published global magazine dedicated exclusively to the
fine and speciality chemicals industries. Our unrivalled reputation for comprehensive coverage and perspective on the global
chemical industry makes the magazine essential reading for everyone involved in this market.
Speciality Chemicals Magazine has the best established global industry specific print and digital circulation with over
52,000 targeted individuals and distribution to shows and events worldwide. These are personalised subscribers who have requested to be sent a copy of the magazine.
This circulation has been built up over 37 years of publishing and has been cleared to European Data Protection Standards (EDPS) 2018.
In addition to this personalised circulation, selected articles and industry news are posted on our website,
social media sites and in your bi-weekly newsletter.
Hamlet is the theme of Shakespeare Magazine Issue 14, with each and every article devoted to the fictional Prince of Denmark and the play that bears his name. Rhodri Lewis asks “How Old is Hamlet?” while Samira Ahmed wonders “Why do Women Love Hamlet?” and we review recent productions of the play starring Tom Hiddleston and Andrew Scott. There's a set report from the making of Daisy Ridley's Ophelia movie and a visit to Hamlet's historic home, Kronborg Castle. We also delve deep into the Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive's Hamlet collection, while Gyles Brandreth tells us about his family production of the play, and Alice Barclay recounts how she taught a group of amateur actors to become Hamlet.
The October 2018 issue of Debtfree Magazine. SA's free debt counselling and debt review industry magazine. We look at the scandal at VBS Mutual Bank and other news. We also ask how paying fees can save you money?
With the April 2018 issue of Wise Man Daily, check out underrated ab exercises, practical ways to create a less sedentary desk job, how to know if you're bad in bed, and more. Spring is finally here in full and you know what that means. Cruising with your sunroof down, enjoying more of the outdoors, and getting shredded for summertime are all things ready to be checked off!
Selection of featured articles Taken from the Autumn 2018 edition of The Derbeian Magazine. Centenary of World War One, Happy Birthday to
The Derbeian Magazine & Derby County Football Club: A Grand History,
1955 - 1985
The countdown to Christmas has begun! This year our favourite cities and market towns are going all out to delight and dazzle in the lead up to the big day. With so much action, let us be your guide to the festive fun. From the best Christmas markets and pantomimes to light switch-ons and family events, we have the essential dates covered.
The latest trend to be sweeping the region is wreath making workshops. Popping up in florists and historic houses, it’s a great opportunity to get creative. Find our top picks on page 38. If you’ve still not booked your Christmas party, we’ve got plenty of inspiration on page 28.
If you’re struggling to find the perfect present for loved ones, take a peek at our ultimate gift guide full of great ideas from local independent retailers.
There were so many Christmas events that we couldn’t fit them all in this issue, so keep checking www.eastlife.co.uk
From award-winning e-bike specialists CYCLING MADE EASY, a magazine with e-bike reviews, ride recommendations, accessory ideas, competitions and much more! Seen something in the magazine that you like? Get in touch or head to our website: www.cyclingmadeeasy.co.uk
Reluctant arranger! National Ballet Orchestra percussionist Kris Maddigan on creating the JUNO and BAFTA award-winning smash hit Cuphead video game soundtrack; Evergreen by name and by nature, quintessentially Canadian gamelan (Andrew Timar explains); violinist Angèle Dubeau on 20 years and 60 million streams; two children’s choirs where this month remembrance and living history must intersect. And much more, online in our kiosk now, and on the street commencing Thursday November 1.