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John Robert Powers: Former Client Stars in New Animated Film

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The movie is a rated-PG animated flick that has been widely praised for taking viewers on an engaging adventure designed for the entire family. The movie centers on a teenage girl who encounters a magical creature on her apartment building’s roof. The girl and her two friends, who are admittedly mischievous, give the creature a… Read more »

Travis Cadman (Investar USA) Featured on Business News Line

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In the article, Cadman explained that living expenses are rising in California and other states. As a result, many Californians and residents of other states have been relocating to Las Vegas, which is widely known for its lower living expenses. Las Vegas also provides many other benefits, including its temperate weather during the winter season… Read more »

Zietchick Research Institute will compete in the Indiana Chapter of So-Gal Entrepreneur Competition

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The founders of the startups come from all different types of backgrounds and travel far and wide to compete in this competition. About 40% of the entrants identify as women of color and about 20% identify as immigrants.  Classically, only 2% of venture capital is awarded to female entrepreneurs.  So-Gal Foundation, who mission is to… Read more »

Sadigh Gallery Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary with a Huge Sale on Thousands of Unique Collectibles and Gifts

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Collectors of novel artifacts, such as coins, and jewelry can now take advantage of a huge sale on thousands of unique collectibles and gifts at Sadigh Gallery as part of the gallery’s 40th anniversary celebration in New York City. Sadigh Gallery is recognized globally for its major contribution to the antiquities business over the past… Read more »

John Eilermann of St. Louis Launches Archaeology-Themed Site

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The new blog website, which can be found at http://www.johneilermannstlouis.com/, showcases Eilermann’s love for travel, archaeology, and anthropology. On the website, Eilermann elucidates why he chose to study archeology, explains why traveling to historical sites is important, and even gives an archaeology 101 lesson. For instance, on the website, online users can learn about the… Read more »