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· Armchair expeditions: the addictive joy of dunnart spotting →
Volunteers are working on projects – Digivol calls them “expeditions” – ranging from recording activity at malleefowl nests to transcribing hand-written field diaries from research trips and entering information from specimen labels into searchable databases.
· Bulldozer tactics see NRL win Australia's race to return first →
For good or ill, V’landys has bulldozed a path for the game’s return and to label him one of the most omnipotent figures in Australia is not hyperbole.
· Gucci bids farewell to fashion week as brand goes seasonless →
Italian label cuts shows from five to two each year and declares fashion calendar obsolete
· McBride: A European COVID-19 Winner, But Basic Challenges Remain →
COVID-19 has actually helped Europe's largest private label household products company, McBride.
· 17 Unforgettable Resort Shows, Chosen by Our Editors →
Cultural appropriation is an ongoing issue in fashion—many big labels continue knocking off traditional indigenous design elements—and this partnership was a refreshing change.—Christian Allaire, Fashion and Style Writer
· Why a manual by a control freak is the best thing to read when the world is out of control →
Home Comforts has a chapter devoted solely to breaking down the exact legal definition of the laundry symbols on a care label — and when you can safely disregard them and instead turn to Mendelson’s explanations of how best to care for every type of fabric that exists.
· BTS’ label Big Hit launch ‘I-Land’ talent show to find next K-pop superstar →
Next month, BTS’ label Big Hit Entertainment are launching their own talent show I-Land to find the next K-pop superstar.
The New York Times
· How a Pianist Salvaged His Lost Carnegie Hall Debut →
He had planned for the program to be a preview of the album “I Still Play,” out now on the Nonesuch label, with its brief pieces accompanied by several longer ones, including the world premiere of Gabriella Smith’s restless and sparkling “Imaginary Pancake.”
· Hayley Williams On the Release of Her Solo Debut, Petals for Armor →
The label never pushed her to make music outside of Paramore, and she didn’t want to, anyway.
· Takeda's Approval And Other News: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Biopharma →
The label expansion allows the drug to be used in first line setting.