TMN Magazine celebrates all things Design this month, with our spring issue focusing on fashion, music, and trends — so we decided to inspire you with stories about ART—Pyrope Gallery... Marco Castelli, the model, casting director, designer, appeared in our awards issue, as a Designer of The Year. He’s back with “Il RICHIAMO DELLA MUSA”, a story about falling in love... and so much more...
The first edition features stories and brands from all over the world, including sections about the 2016 Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Marilyn Monroe Exhibition, the StArtUp - Top Arts 2016 Exhibition, the 200 Years of Australian Fashion Exhibition and so much more. Read about the latest fashion trends and products from fashion capitals such as Paris, Stockholm, New York and Sydney.
SCRAMBLER – Triumph and Ducati Scramblers take on a cool, wet British autumn
KTM Freeride 250F – KTM’s new Freeride has learned its lessons, this one performs!
KTM 200EXC – one for the enthusiasts as we check out the tuning capabilities of this clubman favourite
ENDUROGP – a year end like no other as the paddock splinters…
Plus so much more in this 98-page mega issue...
What you’ll notice straight away is the all-new look. A month ago we launched our all-new website, now the magazine gets a top-to-bottom overhaul. And there’s still more to come, so much more. You wait ‘til 2018!
Anyway, in the meantime, there’s some great reading in this issue, we’ve got a great mix of stories that we know you’ll enjoy reading (and looking at). And so if you can, do try to read it on a tablet at least, but preferably on a big screen (yeah, with retina display) as the images truly deserve it.
Yep, it’s a big issue. But no time to talk, we’ve got yet another issue to prepare right now – so stand by for that one, too.
Happy reading and best wishes for the festive season.
Welcome to the March issue of Pulse! It’s National Nutrition Month, and to recognize it, we are hosting a Nutrition Seminar on March 15 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. This will be presented by Samantha Hollock, Premier Nutrition Counseling's dietetic intern. Read more about what will be offered at this event on page 2.
We are also excited to announce NEW programming starting April 1! Turn to page 8 to see these new options that include something for everyone.
Lastly, we need YOUR help to pick the new favorite shake of VIVE, so be sure to participate in our March Shake Madness Contest going on now. Check out page 5 to learn more!
Enjoy this month’s issue, and remember to let us know if there are any articles or topics you would like covered in the future.
As I write this the wind is lashing against the windows while the wind blows a gale, but I’m hopeful that spring is just around the corner. Well, I certainly hope so, as this month English Tourism Week is encouraging us to get out and about and make the most of the attractions on our doorstep. There are hundreds of free tickets up for grabs plus special offers, read the full feature on page 29. We also have an exciting giveaway in collaboration with Visit Norwich and the Maids Head Hotel!
If you’re on the hunt for something to do this Easter, you’ll be spoilt for choice with our pick of events, including spring fairs, egg hunts and family-friendly attractions. Hopefully, we’ll be treated to some glorious spring sunshine too! But if we’re not so lucky, you can always hideaway in one of Norwich’s quirky brunch cafes with a cuppa – we list our top 10 on page 62.
Last summer, WaterFront covered the then-emerging water crisis in Cape Town. Since then, the city has seen Day Zero warnings, international media spotlights, and water rationing. In this issue we revisit the South African metropolis to see how it is coping with the new normal. What are Capetonians doing to deal with water scarcity not only today but in the long run? And has the drought changed citizens’ attitudes towards water? Read the cover story on page 4.
The 2018 Stockholm Water Prize laureates, Professor Bruce E. Rittmann and Mark van Loosdrecht, show us how we can partner up with microorganisms to take the “waste” out of “wastewater”. We asked them about their current work and upcoming inventions. Read their interview on page 10.
Three years into Agenda 2030, it’s still not clear how to mobilize sufficient resources to achieve the goal of sustainable water and sanitation for all. On page 8, this issue’s Analysis looks at how the private sector can help fill the financing gaps.
Religious beliefs influence many people in their daily decisions around water. Yet, they are rarely at the core of our discussions on water. How come and which role do faith organizations play? Read more on page 13.
In the Last Word, Malin Falkenmark reminds us that water scarcity requires far more attention than it is currently getting. More on page 15.
Enjoy the read!
* 2018 GAS GAS – the Spanish team is back with an all-new enduro – so, is it any good?
* Boob – a trail ride in Portugal takes an unexpected turn!
* High or low? – Chris Evans tells of his new life with a new love…
* Trial and error – RUST’s efforts to restore a classic trials bike continue in a bumpy fashion
Welcome to our latest issue. You might notice there’s something of a redesign going on (then again, you might not), but as ever it’s all about us working hard to deliver to you the best, most entertaining package we can.
That’s pretty much the story at Gas Gas in 2017, too, recreating a bike for today that’s been something of a classic in the past. Only the market place in 2017 is super-fierce, can the new Gasser cut it? You’ll have to read our report to find out.
Plus we have some great supporting reads – a cool trail ride through southern Portugal; Chris Evans continues to adapt to Japanese engineering; while JB clearly struggles with the concept of engineering full-stop.
It’s a pretty issue, for sure. Enjoy the reading – and your riding! Feedback is always appreciated so feel free to send us a message anytime you feel the urge…
We trust you’ll enjoy it!
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Inside the November issue we have the latest from the world of interior design. We look around the Candy Brothers’ luxury penthouse in Monte Carlo. We explore the colourful home of Liza Bruce and Nicholas Alvis Vega in India. We hear about the culture shock when Anne-Marie Midy and Jorge Almada moved from Mexico to Belgium. Design projects by Axis Mundi in New York, Phillip Silver in San Francisco and Coffinier Ku Design in Soho. Other designers included in our November issue; Laura Hammett, Robert Angell, Michael Wolk, Fiona Kelly, Sera Hersham-Loftus, Roger Oates and more. Also included is the brand new Love & Light catalogue, a company well known for their beautifully designed, hand painted and handcrafted lamps and shades.
The stunning custom-made fireplace and over mantel create an elegant focal point in the living room and are flanked with a pair of matching white bookcases. Read more on page 80.
Inside the December issue, we have the latest from the world of interior design. John Demsey, the cosmetics kingpin, opens the doors to his debonair and exhuberant New York townhouse. Thomas Messel, a renowned furniture designer, has carefully adapted his quintessential English manor to accommodate his family and provide the perfect setting for his art and antiques. A derelict barn is turned into a beautiful £2m Swiss Chalet. A Virginia Design Project provides the perfect backdrop for vintage furnishings. A review of Tim Gosling’s brand new book, ‘Classic Contemporary, the DNA of furniture design’. Brent Cooper, from Simon Horn, gives advice on choosing a feature bed and Joanna Bibby, from Ochre, talks about the lure of leather. Also included is the brand new Ana Barreto catalogue, a company who has been creating exceptional furniture and interiors for over twenty years.
The third issue of GF Turkey presents, as has been established,
highly-exclusive articles covering a wide range of multi-faceted
luxury topics. In order to pay tribute to the 250th anniversary
of Baccarat, the title of the magazine refle ts its renowned
crystal manufacture and the glamourous world of fine dining.
Most famously known for perfectly sculptured crystal in form
of elaborately cut glasses and decanters, chandeliers, precious
perfume fla ons, decorative elements and jewelry, Baccarat’s
prestige has long gone far beyond the reach of the French
Turning our gaze toward another brand rich in tradition, we
discover more about Frette – an Italian vendor of luxury textiles
– whose long-standing history reaches back to the year of
In combination with meticulous quality policies, the company’s
traditions have resulted in a well-founded prosperous
establishment on international markets. Constant perfection is
the firm foundation of well-rooted brands which in turn are the
main focus of this edition. Manufactories, such as Jaquet Droz or
Vacheron Constantin – creating fascinating time-pieces – Graf
Von Faber Castell’s artfully crafted writing utensils are there; you
can enjoy these articles. Besides, there is need an extra new
line for Sevan Bıçakçı who engraved the 7 beautiful names of
Allah on ring. These are a few among many. However, they
authentically express the exclusiveness of their professions.
The successful Istanbul Autoshow 2015 is deemed a thematic
focal point. Its slogan read “Wonders of the World” and over
600.00 visitors came to enjoy the spectacle across an area of
over 100.000 square meters.
With this in mind, we are looking forward to have you join
us while marveling at the multitude of topics which will
accompany us during the splendid summer months to come.
LIVE Magazine is an exclusive entertainment magazine designed for good times. Established in 2006, it is a biweekly art and entertainment hard copy and web publication highlighting art and entertainment events, shopping and dining venues in Palm Springs, Los Angeles, San Diego and Las Vegas. Other content includes commentary on celebrities, films, shows, human interest, emerging artists, charity events, travel and inspirational pieces. Contact us through email: LevvyCarriker@gmail.com Phone: 760-409-1234 Best time to phone is 11AM-2PM Pacific. LIVE Magazine covers events in Palm Springs, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. We have over 2.65 Million web viewers on our last 113 issues! See today's total here: www.yumpu.com/user/cre8live
Welcome to the first issue of PMCI for 2018 and we're kicking off with two very special reports!
First up we speak to a man who has made the protection of our endangered species his mission and he tells us all about working "hands on" with a first rate anti-poaching team in Africa. Trampas also brings us a great interview with some top gunsmiths in the USA and asks them "what does the future hold" for the industry and for their very special creations.
With yet more focus on equipment and training, there's a great new year ahead for the PMCI Team and for you, our readers!
In this issue:
Learning to Read and Loving It
Keeping Little Brains Busy in the Spring
Getting a Handle on Homework
Becoming a Teenager...
Do You Need Hand Therapy?
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RUST magazine: Hi and congratulations on making one helluva jump… You’ve just sailed straight over the top of the other mags and landed on RUST. RUST is a bold new digital dirt bike project that takes over from TBM, and aims to be more than just a great read.
Beginning with an in‐depth, intelligently-written FREE digital magazine, RUST will develop over the coming months into a multi-layered riders’ resource, blending the written word with fast-moving video content and a free-to-access back-issue archive. With a nod to the past and our eyes ﬁrmly on the future, RUST will tear down the boundaries between print, digital and social media, bringing them all together under one digital awning.
So here for your enjoyment is the ﬁrst issue of RUST… With all of the great bits of TBM and none of the cost of refuelling, what’s not to like? Key in your email address and we’ll ensure you stay ahead of the pack for all upcoming issues. Feel free to comment on our social media and leave us your feedback. After all RUST is more than just a name… it’s a 'brand of brothers'.
TATOC, the Timeshare Association, has published the autumn 2015 issue of its new-look Sharetime magazine.
“With 32 pages packed full with news from TATOC member resorts and affiliates and interesting features and advice for timeshare owners and committees, this is a must-read for everyone involved in the industry,” said TATOC CEO and executive chairman, Harry Taylor.
“And we are making distribution a real priority going forward as we want to increase our reach and spread the positive message of timeshare even further.”
After great feedback from readers, the printed issue of the magazine is again A5 in size, making it easier and more cost-effective to print and distribute. Copies will be distributed to TATOC individual members, resorts and affiliates.
And new for this issue, TATOC member resorts and affiliates will be able to embed the magazine directly into their own websites for their owners and guests to view and enjoy.
This issue includes:
A Q&A with committee chairman Brian Hunsley from Diamond Club Calypso on how the resort is tackling challenging times for mature resorts;
Top tips for committees developing an exit strategy from solicitor and abogado, Alex Radford;
Why targeted digital marketing is essential for today’s timeshare resorts with some simple steps everyone can follow;
How technology can improve every aspect of an operation from Merlin Software’s Mike Ashton; and
The latest news from our resort members and affiliates
TATOC urges all affiliates and member resorts to encourage their owners, guests and clients to view the magazine or request a printed version.
Printed copies of the magazine will be distributed to TATOC individual members, member resorts and affiliates over the next few days. You can order a printed copy by contacting the TATOC head office on +44 (0) 161 237 3518.
The Sharetime magazine and website are kindly sponsored and supported by companies affiliated to TATOC.
We bring you the March issue of the Row@n eNewsletter and, this month, we hear about some new colours in our Handknit Cotton range and look at some of our top pattern suggestions from Ravelry at the moment. We also take a look at some pretty floral spring colours and look back at our time on stand at VK Live with retailer Churchmouse Yarns and Teas.
The Spring '17 issue of COMMON is all about fashion and a little bit of everything else in between. Read our report on London Fashion Week, get insider on the best leather goods, and interviews from tech and grooming experts. Fancy the best hotel in Berlin? We've got that covered too. Or a Michelin star restaurant in Zurich? No problem! In need of a brand new watch? Check out our entry level favorites at the SIHH!
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