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I'll Be There

Kate Mulgrew has played some demanding roles. But her toughest came when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

8 mins read
Guideposts
November 2019

All Eyes On Madison Beer

Discovered by Justin Bieber in 2012 after singing a cover of “At Last” by Etta James, Madison Beer has amassed a fanbase of over 12M followers across social media platforms and at just 20 years old, she has established a flourishing career as one of the most promising young pop stars.

6 mins read
BASIC Magazine
BASIC MADISON BEER Cover || IDENTITY Issue 11

12 Steps To Health & Happiness, Part 1

At a young age, I got sick, and I don’t mean slightly ill—I was literally facing death. As I desperately clung to life, I set a goal for myself that I have never turned back on: to find health and live my best life.

9 mins read
Transformation Magazine
October 2019

18th Goal Sustainable Development

ALAIN DESVIGNE asks why we have been so unsuccessful in implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals that officially came into force in 2016, and proposes an 18 th SDG that will allow us to fulfill all the others. This paper was first presented at the conference for “The Elevation of Consciousness Through Meditation for Global Harmony” in August 2019, at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.

8 mins read
Heartfulness eMagazine
October 2019

Aaron Judge Hasn't Yet Reached The Heights Of His Ability

Aaron Judge – all 6-foot-7 of him – hasn’t yet reached the heights of his ability

4 mins read
Beckett Baseball
October 2019

100 Powerful Women – Karlie Kloss – Super-nerd

KARLIE KLOSS created a coding camp for girls, but the biggest takeaway isn’t how to code. It’s how to defy expectations.

10 mins read
Entrepreneur
October - November 2019

Andrea Gallagher: Entrepreneur Aad Wife of Eddie Gallagher

Thank you Andrea for doing this wonderful article for The Platform magazine. Here are some questions from our followers.

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The Platform Magazine
October 2019

The Nicest Places in America

Have you ever noticed that nice people usually travel in groups? Maybe that’s because they have a knack for bringing others along, whether it’s with a simple smile or a great leap that turns a disaster into an opportunity. For our third Nicest Places search, we decided to go big. We wanted to find the nicest place not only in America, but in each and every state. And with the help of more than 1,000 nominations, we think we’ve found them.

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest US
November 2019

Jeff Bezos's Master Plan

What he wants for his empire and himself, and what that means for the rest of us

10+ mins read
The Atlantic
November 2019

Brad's Private Heartbreak

Inside Brad Pitt’s strained relationship with his six kids — and why he hasn’t been seen with them in public in over three years

4 mins read
OK!
October 28, 2019

Garth Gets Ready To Toss Trisha!

Fed-up country star eyes split from control-freak wife!

2 mins read
Globe
October 28, 2019

Brooksville Community Center Undergoes Facelift

BROOKSVILLE—The Brooksville Community Center is undergoing some major renovations to close out 2019, starting with a floor that is more than 80 years old.

1 min read
The Weekly Packet
10/17/2019

Darnold To Wear Protective Device Entire Season

Mind Games: Quarterback Sam Darnold said working with sports psychologists helps him focus better.

4 mins read
NY Jets Confidential
November 2019

Few Ways To Enjoy The Best In Beer Around Boston

While Germany’s Oktoberfest celebration starts toward the end of September and goes until the first week of October, Boston chooses to raise a pint well into the month and the fall season. From pop-ups to full blown festivities, here are a few ways to enjoy the best in beer around town.

2 mins read
Where Boston
October 2019

The Match That Never Ended

As Serena Williams returns to the US Open, she’ll be looking to build on her runner-up finish from last year— and obliterate the memory of how it ended. We look back, through the eyes of five observers, on one of the most controversial matches in tennis history.

10+ mins read
Tennis
September - October 2019

Jen I'm Ready For Love Again!

The newly single star is back on the market — and she’s asking her famous friends to help her find Mr. Right!

4 mins read
Star
October 21, 2019

It's Private Equity's World. That's A Big Deal

Private equity managers won the financial crisis. A decade since the world economy almost came apart, big banks are more heavily regulated and scrutinized. Hedge funds, which live on the volatility central banks have worked so hard to quash, have mostly lost their flair. But the firms once known as leveraged buyout shops are thriving. Almost everything that’s happened since 2008 has tilted in their favor. Low interest rates to finance deals? Check. A friendly political climate? Check. A long line of clients? Check. The PE industry, which runs funds that can invest outside public markets, has trillions of dollars in assets under management. In a world where bonds are paying next to nothing—and some have negative yields—many big investors are desperate for the higher returns PE managers seem to be able to squeeze from the markets. The business has made billionaires out of many of its founders. Funds have snapped up businesses from pet stores to doctors’ practices to newspapers. PE firms may also be deep into real estate, loans to businesses, and startup investments—but the heart of their craft is using debt to acquire companies and sell them later. In the best cases, PE managers can nurture failing or underperforming companies and set them up for faster growth, creating outsize returns for investors that include pension funds and universities. But having once operated on the comfortable margins of Wall Street, private equity is now facing tougher questions from politicians, regulators, and activists. One of PE’s superpowers is that it’s hard for outsiders to see and understand the industry, so we set out to shed light on some of the ways it’s changing finance and the economy itself.

10+ mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
October 07, 2019

5 Fall Superfoods To Feast On Now

The weather might be getting cooler, but your fruit and vegetable choices are heating up. Here are five ways to get adventurous with your food

7 mins read
Better Nutrition
October 2019

House of Cards

How Joe Biden helped build a financial system that’s great for Delaware banks and terrible for the rest of USA.

10+ mins read
Mother Jones
November/December 2019

Worst weather challenges

A storm off the Cape of Good Hope and endless gales in the Arctic

10+ mins read
Ocean Navigator
September/October 2019

Meghan & Harry Sue British Tabloids - We Won't Be Bullied

The royals are sick of being dragged through the mud by the U.K. press — and they’re not going to take it anymore.

4 mins read
Us Weekly
October 21, 2019

New Technology Brings Old Tlingit Hat Back To Alaska

A Tlingit clan hat was welcomed back to southeast Alaska with ceremony and dance after spending more than a century away.

4 mins read
AppleMagazine
October 11, 2019

A Boy, The Breaks And A Bighorn

Beating Montana’s sheep lottery

10 mins read
Successful Hunter
November - December 2019

20 Proven Foods To Heal

Many Americans suffer from chronic conditions linked to their diets. These nutritional powerhouses can make you healthier with every bite.

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest US
October 2019

Fear No Evil

This season’s scariest show—exorcisms, anyone? —might make you want to close your eyes more than once. But with superlative stars like Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, and Aasif Mandvi, you won’t be able to look away.

8 mins read
CBS Watch! Magazine
September - October 2019

The Arctic High-Speed Internet Scam

Elizabeth Pierce promised to bring superfast internet cables through the Northwest Passage and managed to scam a billionaire oligarch the CEO of Warner Music Group, and the FCC chairman.

10+ mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
October 14, 2019

Barack & Michelle Marriage Is Over!

Former first couple aren’t speaking to each other!

2 mins read
Globe
October 21, 2019

A Whole Different Animal - Wild Cats that Got the Cream

MOST ANGLERS HAVE STRONG BELIEFS ABOUT WHAT HULL TYPE IS BEST. Running hard in rough water requires a seaworthy platform with the strength and stability to keep you safe, comfortable and dry. Among the different trends that have consequently become evident from the evolution of center consoles, boat builders are cornering a new niche of complex and competitive catamarans harnessing more outboard power than ever before. Breaking the barrier with innovative hull designs and deck layouts, the newest catamarans offer unobstructed fishability while providing increased fuel economy and speed per applied horsepower.

10 mins read
Florida Sport Fishing
September/October 2019

.270 Winchester Testing New Bullets and Powders

When the .270 Winchester appeared in 1925 as one of the rounds in the company’s new Model 54 bolt-action rifle, the chambering apparently did not sell spectacularly. This was partly due to established cartridges such as the .30 WCF (.30-30), then three decades old, and the .30 Gov’t ’06 (as the Model 54 was stamped). Many hunters assumed the .270’s original factory load, a 130-grain bullet advertised at 3,160 fps, was too fast and light for big game because they had grown up shooting the .44-40 and .45-70 and had just gotten used to .30-caliber bullets for big game.

10 mins read
Handloader
October - November 2019

TROY - A Total War Saga

History and mythology collide in Creative Assembly Sofia’s Total War Saga: Troy.

8 mins read
PC Gamer US Edition
December 2019