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Read story: First, We Brunch
Food & Drink
First, We Brunch

Gone are the days when a simple chest expander was all you needed to turn into Anthony Joshua. Nowadays, the wellness world is awash with new-age therapies, from sound baths to heated yoga, high-tech machines to cutting edge nutrition, and they’re no longer the preserve of elite athletes…

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By West Willow Publishing Group
Oct 31, 2019 · 6 min read

Read story: The Technology Balance
Technology & Computing
The Technology Balance

Feeding the family or a crowd amidst the chaos of the holiday season doesn’t have to be stressful. Even if you aren’t a morning person, with easy, make-ahead recipes, breakfast or brunch can be a snap to pull together.

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By Chicago Parent
Jan 3, 2020 · 5 min read

Read story: The Berry Life
Family & Parenting
The Berry Life

As we approach the New Year, now seems as good a time as ever to start getting organized. An essential step for getting organized is feeling organized, and using something as simple as a day planner can be an important step in achieving that feeling. We are much more likely to complete a task if we physically write it down, and what better place to write than a fantastic 2020 planner that you can take anywhere?

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By The Chelsea Magazine Company
Nov 5, 2019 · 5 min read

Read story: Think Outside the Box
Health & Fitness
Think Outside the Box

Israel Alvarez, chef du cuisine at Victoria’s Breakwater Tasting Room, is trumpeting organic heirloom corn. “ImportingMexican corn to Victoria changed my career as a Mexican-Canadian chef,” says Alvarez, who for years couldn’t find a decent tortilla anywhere when he first moved to Canada. Now sourcing single-origin corn from Oaxaca and Jocotitlan, Mexico, Alvarez showcases“the real flavour, texture and aroma of tortillas” using four different organic landraces of corn in yellow, white, red, and blue. In alabour-intensive and traditional process known as nixtamalization, he soaks the corn kernels in an alkaline solution for 16 hours, then rinses, hulls and hand-grinds the corn into masa. The resulting hand-pressed tacos and tostadas on his menu transport culinary and cultural mashups such as duck confit carnitas, mezcal gravlax, wild mushrooms and epazote, or snapper al pastor.

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By Square Up Media Ltd.
Nov 5, 2019 · 5 min read

Read story: Future Trends: Robotic Process Automation
Business
Future Trends: Robotic Process Automation

As parenting types go, Halle Berry takes a strong, dominant, independent approach, certainly if her film roles are any sort of reference. Only very rarely will you see the 53 year old cowering away in a romcom or emotive thriller – instead, her movie modus operandi is rather more centred towards high-octane action in the form of X-Men, Bond, Catwoman and Kingsman.

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By B4 Magazine
Dec 13, 2019 · 5 min read

Read story: White Cocktails
Food & Drink
White Cocktails

inspired by @halfbakedharvest

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By sisterMAG
Dec 19, 2019 · 3 min read

Read story: Foresight Is 2020
Society
Foresight Is 2020

It wasn’t that long ago that AI (Artificial Intelligence) was considered a terrifying product of the future, with robots taking over the world. However, AI at present is commonplace with elements of it touching all our lives. For example, at the end of 2019, more than 100 million AI devices had been sold and introduced into people’s homes in the form of Alexa; Amazon’s virtual assistant. With Amazon’s Alexa, there have been mixed responses with some users embracing AI and others being concerned about the privacy implications. Such concerns are not necessarily misplaced. Although AI has revolutionised some industries, it has also revolutionised how cyber security professionals fight cyber crime with great success.

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By West Willow Publishing Group
Oct 31, 2019 · 5 min read

Read story: Catcalling: It's a Big Deal
Family & Parenting
Catcalling: It's a Big Deal

One of the new tools of the future, in this age of Industry 4.0, will be Robotic Process Automation (RPA), and it has the potential to increase business efficiency and accuracy (as well as removing considerable cost). Forbes forecasts spending on RPA to increase 60% this year and more recently the technology has been applied to unlock returns from expensive investments in Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) systems.

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By Chicago Parent
Jan 3, 2020 · 3 min read

Read story: HOW ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS REVOLUTIONIZING THE CYBER SECURITY INDUSTRY
Technology & Computing
HOW ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS REVOLUTIONIZING THE CYBER SECURITY INDUSTRY

No matter how prevalent it is for young girls and women, catcalling isn’t harmless. The recent murder of Ruth George, a kinesiology student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, by a Chicago man prosecutors allege was angry the Berwyn 19-year-old didn’t respond to his catcalls shines a new spotlight on those dangers, particularly for tween and teen girls who might not know how to react. George’s body was found in a UIC parking garage.

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By B4 Magazine
Dec 13, 2019 · 4 min read

Read story: What’s New on the Plate for 2020
Food & Drink
What’s New on the Plate for 2020

Classrooms are more connected than ever as schools use technology to teach. At the same time, however, educators are making sure our digital natives explore and learn about the world without devices. Educators seem to agree that a healthy balance is the key, for a variety of reasons.

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By EAT Magazine
Dec 30, 2019 · 8 min read