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101 Trailblazing Women of Air and Space book published

Just in time for November Aviation History Month, 101 Trailblazing Women of Air and Space book is available for purchase. Contemporary Adult Nonfiction history of women in aviation with International appeal for readers interested in women pilots and female astronaut history. Packed with easy-to-read, true stories of historic International women aviators and female astronauts of the world. Historic female pilots and women astronauts from America, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Norway, and Russia. Illustrated with over 110 unique photographs of International women aviators and female space history makers in a pictorial format. Filled with powerful and inspiring true stories of International women aviators and female astronauts from the early days of aviation to today’s astronauts.
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New bridal boutique opens in the village of Pittsford

PITTSFORD, N.Y. — The pandemic put a lot of weddings on hold in 2020. But now, the bridal industry is seeing a boom in business. The Wedding Report says there will be an estimated 2.5 million weddings this year. That uptick in business prompted a Genesee County bridal boutique to open a second location closer to Rochester.

Foamy the Squirrel the world is dumb enough don’t add to it shirt

From the product development Foamy the Squirrel the world is dumb enough don’t add to it shirt . Standpoint old Navy has redeveloped all of their existing plus size grading with the use of 3D avatars made with 389 body scans of real women in partnership with the University of Oregon. This fit direction Alison assures will be familiar to their existing customers (their size should still be the same), however the fit will just be better and, based on early feedback, more comfortable. Next, all in-store staff will be receiving training so the in store experience matches the diversity of clientele size. “Democracy of style is so important to us, but equally important is the democracy of service, and so when you walk into an Old Navy store, you should feel included no matter what size you wear,” says Allison. The training will cover who the plus size customer is, the backstory behind this company-wide push, how the Old Navy “fit differentiator” ensures the best fit, and how to shift their own body language to be inclusive. Finally, the icing on the proverbial, size-inclusive cake, is a marketing campaign to coincide with the in store roll-out, featuring women of all sizes alongside plus-size icon Aidy Bryant, who will be the face of the launch. A natural choice, especially as Bryant’s picture has been on the line’s inspiration board since day one, a partnership that feels like manifestation come to life.

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Saycon Sengbloh

➡ Check out Saycon Sengbloh Entry at SuperStarsBio. Saycon Sengbloh has been on television for about 25 years, and she has worked hard throughout the years to acquire access to bigger and better chances. She has had the good fortune of being cast in a number of successful projects. Despite the fact that most of her work has been on the tiny screen, she is gearing up to make her impact on the big screen as well.

‘Dancing with the Stars’: Dancing stuck | TV

At Look who is dancing They are making history, they presume, because for the first time in 30 editions a same-sex couple is competing. JoJo Siwa works the miracle: youtuber, tiktoker and proud self-defined teenager queer with millions of child-age followers. Get involved, he says, so that “being who you really are is easier for children.”

A Small Business Gift Guide

Last year, I did a Small Business Gift Guide for the first time, and I LOVED being able to spot light some of my favorite small businesses!. One of the really fun parts about my job is how many entrepreneurs I’ve met and small businesses I’ve gotten to work with over the years.

Rachel Ray Held This Important Title For The First Time At Anne Burrell's Wedding

Celebrity Chef Anne Burrell met Stuart Claxton on dating app Bumble in 2018 (via Page Six). The pair later quarantined together during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and became engaged in 2020. On October 16, 2021, Claxton and Burrell wed in the latter's hometown of Cazenovia in upstate New York. Burrell donned a beautiful gown designed by Caroline Herrera. She told People, "I've loved Carolina Herrera forever because I feel like she knows how to dress real women. You don't have to be a stick figure, which I'm clearly not, but it still makes you feel beautiful and dreamy."
Yakima Herald Republic

At the Library: 'The Rose Code' highlights the women codebreakers of WWII

Next week, as the culmination of the Yakima Valley Reads program, we’ll be hosting a virtual event with Kate Quinn, bestselling author of this year’s featured book, “The Rose Code,” in addition to several other historical novels. The keynote event is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, via Zoom....

Julia Justiss | History ReFreshed: Finding and Losing: Post-WWI Historical Fiction

In the years after World War I, cataclysmic changes in society were shifting traditional roles and expectations, with women demanding more independence and a greater say in determining their own futures. This month’s selection of titles illuminates the unfolding of these changes through the lives of several determined women, both wholly fictional and fictionalized.

Food Network Star Anne Burrell Is Married to Stuart Claxton

Watch: Wedding Bells Are Ringing & This Couple Is Live Streaming. You butter believe it: Anne Burrell is officially off the market!. The Food Network star, who hosted Secrets of a Restaurant Chef and co-hosted Worst Cooks in America, married her fiancé, ad sales marketer, Stuart Claxton, on Saturday, Oct. 16. The reality TV personality shared the exciting wedding news on Instagram, writing, "And just like that…my wedding weekend is here."

Margaret Atwood Faces Backlash, Slammed as Transphobic for Sharing Article Hitting at Gender-Neutral Language

Margaret Atwood is facing quite the backlash for sharing a Toronto Star column titled, “Why can’t we say ‘woman’ anymore?”. In the piece, columnist Rosie DiManno, argued that the adoption of gender-neutral language creates an “erasure of women,” which leaves “well-meaning people tongue-tied, lest they be attacked as transphobic or otherwise insensitive to the increasingly complex constructs of gender.”
Paste Magazine

Women Is Losers Is Littered with Reductive Clichés

The setting of 1960s San Francisco is what explicitly connects Women Is Losers to the matriarchal lineage of first-time writer/director Lissette Feliciano. Just in case this fact would not be made abundantly clear mere minutes into the runtime, the very first frame contains the blatant statement: “Inspired by real women.” Though initially positioning itself as an “inspirational” story that confronts this country’s festering inequality, the film’s eventual assertion that systemic disparity can be overcome by sheer gumption is clichéd and disappointing. It is also charged with didactic platitudes in its approach to unpacking gender and racial discrimination, suffused with the very stereotypes it attempts to dispel.