Author name: Kelly Smith

Kelly Smith is a news writer and reporter at Barclay Bryan Press. She writes about politics, health, business, and finance. She has been in the journalism industry for five years. In her free time, Kelly enjoys hiking and photography. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children and loves traveling to new places around the world!

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I’m Afraid You’ve Got Dragons

I’m Afraid You’ve Got Dragons by Peter S. Beagle is a Moving Tale from a Fantasy Master

I’m Afraid You’ve Got Dragons is Peter S. Beagle’s first new work of fiction in eight years, and those who are enchanted with his previous works, particularly his iconic 1968 story The Last Unicorn, will find another humorous and, at times, surprisingly dark and moving fairy tale within its pages. A young man named Gaius

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How Your Business Should Tap into the Creator Economy

Creators aren’t just changing marketing. They’re transforming product development, too. Creators can drive demand for specialized products, accelerating product life cycles and even changing what customers actually value. Companies that recognize the power of creators can choose from four strategies, including partnering with creators or acting as suppliers. Forget what you knew about creators, or

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Renaissance Painting of Virgin and Child Kissing Heads to Auction

Quinten Massys’s “The Madonna of the Cherries” (1520s) before and after restoration (images courtesy Christie’s) A newly restored work by Flemish Northern Renaissance artist Quinten Massys, the celebrated Old Masters painter widely regarded as the father of the Antwerp School, is heading to auction this summer. “The Madonna of the Cherries” (1520) is full of

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80 Best 3D Printing Ideas for the Classroom in 2024

There’s something extra special about witnessing awe-inspired students as they eagerly watch their 3D printing creations take shape. With countless opportunities to design creative learning experiences and develop critical thinking skills, 3D printers are an innovative tech tool that can be used to teach just about any subject. But with so many possibilities available in

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