Did the Rangers Splurge on Free Brokers to Increase Their “Leisure District”?

Editor’s note: Matthew Obernauer, a former reporter for the Austin American Statesmanworked in the Colorado Rockies front office from 2013 through 2021. When Andy Ibáñez lofted a lazy fly ball into short right field on October 3, 2021, cementing the last out in a 6–0 Texas Rangers defeat and the last out of the regular … Read more

Sugar23 & Random Home Associate To Launch Sugar23 Books – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: random housea division of Penguin Random House, has partnered with the management and creative content platform Sugar23 to establish the co-branded publishing imprint, Sugar23 Books. The new imprint will publish culturally relevant works of fiction and nonfiction by provocative and original voices, sharing stories that lend themselves to amplification across different creative forms and … Read more

Meet Julian Baumgartner, the Conservator Whose Hypnotic YouTube Movies of Artwork Restorations Have Gone Viral

Soft scraping, dabs of solvent, the methodical swabbing of a painted surface inch by inch: art restoration videos are an ASMR goldmine. In this niche genre, curator Julian Baumgartner is a bona fide celebrity, with a YouTube channel that has amassed millions of views. Beyond their satisfying soundtrack, Baumgartner’s videos capture the detailed methodology and … Read more

Leisure Information (8/4/22) – BusinessWorld On-line

CCP offers grants for animation, games, comics THE CULTURAL Center of the Philippines (CCP) is launching the CCP Grants, with P20 million in development funding meant to generate original Intellectual Property (IP) content that reflects the country’s rich cultural heritage with its folktales, myths, and legends. This program hopes to stimulate the local creative economy … Read more

Previous Sufficient: the Japanese TV present that abandons toddlers on public transport | Tv

If you have looked at Netflix over the past few days, there is an overwhelming chance that you will have been bashed over the head by a weird-looking Japanese documentary. No matter what your viewing history is – whether you prefer Bridgerton or Stranger Things, Breaking Bad or second world war documentaries – there it … Read more