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Explosive Growth 10x by Cliff Lerner
Books / Innovation / Leaders & People

Explosive Growth 10x by Cliff Lerner

Brilliantly crafted Explosive Growth: A Few Things I Learned While Growing to 100 Million Users and Losing $78 Million by Cliff Lerner, founder and CEO of SNAP Interactive, Inc., is essential reading for every entrepreneur and leader seeking innovative solutions for their industry. Lerner’s insights and experiences are as though he mastered the art of archery … Continue reading

Meet John Dough, Superhero by Lucy Bell W. Jarka-Sellers
Books / Politics

Meet John Dough, Superhero by Lucy Bell W. Jarka-Sellers

  Lucy Bell W. Jarka-Sellers brilliantly introduces her politically savvy and witty Meet John Dough, Super Hero, A Political Fantasy novelette during a year of unrecognizable political drama in the United States. Everyone is searching for a hero.  A wish for a hero to miraculously appear and transform a tumultuous year exposing deep racism, intolerance, elitism, … Continue reading

The Muddy and the Clean, Gapu Murnuk
Art / Cultural Heritage / Indigenous & Aboriginal

The Muddy and the Clean, Gapu Murnuk

Gapu Murnuk, the coming together of freshwater and saltwater, the muddy and the clean. The unity of which demonstrates the perfect balance and harmony in nature being connected, one, and alive. The Milingimbi Art and Culture of Australia brings Gapu Murnuk, an exhibition of bark paintings, weavings, and painted poles, to Washington, DC exhibiting the designs … Continue reading

The ART in SCIENCE
Art / Science

The ART in SCIENCE

The Incredible Inner Space exhibition currently on display at the Embassy of Australia in Washington, D.C. presents the micro patterns in nature and innovative material with an unexpected result, art. Developed by the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF), the traveling photography exhibition reveals the human quest for knowledge and curiosity of structures, space, and perspective. Each … Continue reading

Spies in the Family: Dillon and Polyakov’s Friendship that Helped End the Cold War
Books / International / Leaders & People

Spies in the Family: Dillon and Polyakov’s Friendship that Helped End the Cold War

The spy business is personal. Eva Dillon, author of “Spies in the Family” draws back the curtain of the Cold War to reveal the human side of two remarkable spies – one American, her father, Paul L. Dillon and the other codenamed TOPHAT, General Dmitri Fedorovich Polyakov, a Soviet intelligence officer, who volunteered to spy … Continue reading