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Real Leaders Are Forged in Crisis

HBR Staff We’ve made our coronavirus coverage free for all readers. To get all of HBR’s content delivered to your inbox, sign up for the Daily Alert newsletter. We are living through a global health crisis with no modern-day precedent. What governments, corporations, hospitals, schools, and other organizations need now, …

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Pull together as federal help is on the way | Charlie Crist

Folks, these are difficult times. We face a health crisis in size and scope unprecedented in modern history. People are scared – it’s understandable. This virus knows no borders; no age or demographic is immune. But I’m an optimist, and together we’ll get through this. We aren’t powerless, either. We …

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Coronavirus puts NZ magazines on the rack

The New Zealand Women‘s Weekly is the latest casualty of a coronavirus-prompted implosion of the country’s media industry. Savage blows to advertising revenues have left non-government media hanging by a thread, leading to cuts and shutdowns. Media giant NZME has closed one radio station already – Radio Sport – while …

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Franklin town crier for March 29, 2020

FRANKLINMake donations ■If you are able, please consider a donation to Twin Rivers Interfaith Food Pantry, 2 Central Street, Franklin NH 03235. ■All this down time has prompted me to go through my closet to think about things I haven’t worn in a long time. One outlet is the Thrift …

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LA Portrait Photographers Are Documenting Life Behind Glass

From “Through the Windows.” (Jason Elias/Ericka Kreutz Photography) Portrait photography often requires getting in people’s faces, or at least within six feet of them. But in this socially-distanced, coronavirus-colored reality, some local photographers are having to find inventive ways of doing their work. And it’s turned into something of a …

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5 Must-Have Tools for Parents Working from Home

The sudden shift in approach to life arrived swiftly. Many in the world went from the comfort and routine of going to work each day to suddenly finding themselves balancing everyday work projects with feeding kids, cleaning house and homeschooling children. This is not what the majority of working parents …

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Got Kids? Advice to the Working-from-Home Parent.

How do you explain social distancing and quarantine to a two-year-old? That’s the current challenge of Jeanine Miller, full-time staff and art director for Salt Lake magazine who even without the COVID-19 restrictions is constantly juggling the demands as a parent and employee. She explains, “It’s been especially hard with …

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