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Read story: Jimmy Kang
Arts & Entertainment
Jimmy Kang

I’m Jimmy Kang and I am the VP of Wu-Tang Management that facilitates the business of Protect ya neck records, Protect ya neck distribution, Wu worldwide DJ coalition, Wu world radio, and I personally manage Cappadonna from the Clan. I’m a CEO of a record label called Str8up entertainment music group in New England w Nathaniel Nelson, Billy Flynn, Michael Write, and Rob Terell.  I also own A boutique called Exclusives w Heidy Liz Montanez “where music meets fashion” where we have exclusive custom wear and exclusive items such as skateboards, sunglasses, watches, make-up, vinyl records, masks and etc. I also own Miss Central Massachusetts w Iva Nicole (2009 Ms. Massachussets United States) for 10 years to empower young women. Got a full-on media center where we have a recording studio, live room, production room, and a media center.  I’m also a co-owner of Fangs and Fins exotica with Tony Lombardo where we provide fish and reptiles for people that want them and set their tanks up. I own Exclusive consulting where we consult before you remodel your house. We specialize in cabinets, granite countertop, flooring, painting, and tiling. This year I will be opening up a social consumption lounge, juice, shakes, coffee, tea, and yogurt place. I will also be opening up a mini-mart and a custom tailoring store. You will also see Cappadonna’s New Marijuana Strain Gassadonna and Big Nate All-Stars line of Marijuana and CBD products. Cappadonna will release an album called Black is beautiful, Big Nate All-Star and Scott Isbell will be releasing their singles.

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By The Orange Magazine
Oct 15, 2020 · 5 min read


Tips from State Parks and The Nature Conservancy.

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By Arkansas Times
Oct 1, 2020 · 4 min read

Read story: Cybersecurity Is a Fundamental Legal Responsibility
Technology & Computing
Cybersecurity Is a Fundamental Legal Responsibility

All practicing attorneys face daily threats from cybercriminals worldwide. It does not matter whether you work for a large firm or are in a solo practice. Not only do lawyers and law firms deal with substantial sums of money, they possess confidential information that threat actors can use to leverage substantial ransoms. Failing to protect your firm and the money and information provided by clients will be costly financially and to the reputations involved. As IT and tech law specialist Sasa Markota noted, “Only when clients have full trust that their communication with the attorney is confidential can I get all the information I need to do my job. On the other hand, if that confidence is violated, clients could suffer irreparable harm, and my career and reputation would be ruined.” Let’s take a look at some fundamental cybersecurity points for lawyers and firms before going over actionable cybersecurity steps.

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By Today's General Counsel
Sep 15, 2020 · 7 min read

Read story: Compliance Strategies for Non-Competes
Compliance Strategies for Non-Competes

Non-compete agreements are an important tool. They protect against unfair competition from an employee who decides to take what she has learned about a company’s business, its trade secrets, clients, vendors or employees, and use that information for the benefit of a competitor or to start a competing business.  Most states employ a version of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act and the U.S. Defend Trade Secrets Act to prosecute civil claims against trade secret theft by former employees. These laws provide for damages and include a powerful injunction remedy. They provide for double damages and the recovery of attorneys’ fees in certain conditions. However, proving such claims — beginning with the question as to whether the employer had a “trade secret” — can be very difficult.

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By Today's General Counsel
Sep 15, 2020 · 7 min read

Read story: Take a walk
Health & Fitness
Take a walk

With the start of school and other increased obligations, the fall season brings a busier pace for many of us. This is coupled with the fact that we are entering the second half of a year that has brought many unique challenges.

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By Healthy & Fit Magazine
Sep 28, 2020 · 2 min read

Read story: Pen to Paper
Pen to Paper

I am always joyfully surprised when I receive a letter. It’s a feeling I never want to let go of, so I don’t. Most of us hold on to handwritten messages, whether it is an appreciative note left on the kitchen countertop, a yearly birthday card from a beloved grandmother, or a surprise writing from a friend. This slow form of communication always seems to deepen connections. Because handwritten messages are some of the rarest gifts, we often end up keeping even the simplest “I love you” notes.   

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By The Idea Boutique
Sep 28, 2020 · 3 min read

Read story: Kid Astronaut
Arts & Entertainment
Kid Astronaut

I started making music at a very early age, inspired by the greats like Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder and others - I took my influences and started making my own way in the music world and industry. I released my first record at the age of 7 years old and been going ever since.

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By The Orange Magazine
Oct 15, 2020 · 9 min read

Read story: Replacing Eggs in Baking by Elle Walsh
Food & Drink
Replacing Eggs in Baking by Elle Walsh

Eggs are a kitchen staple, one that has been a necessity for generations. When you have to give up eggs for allergy purposes or because you are changing your eating habits, it may feel impossible. We use eggs in so many of our favorite desserts. They create texture, density, moisture and also act as a binder.

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By ELLA Inspires Magazine
Sep 29, 2020 · 3 min read