Johnson Publishing has appointed Amy DuBois Barnett editor-in-chief of Ebony magazine, replacing acting editor-in-chief and creative director Harriette Cole. Previously, Barnett served as deputy editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar.Meredith Corp. named Christine Guilfoyle publisher of More magazine, replacing Brenda Saget Darling, who is leaving the company. Most recently. Guilfoyle served as publisher of Women’s Wear Daily. Prior to that, she served as the launch publisher of Every Day with Rachael Ray.Lucy Maher was appointed executive director of network programming at Hearst Magazines Digital Media. Previously, Maher served as executive editor at Forbes and Forbes.com. American Express Publishing named Steve DeLuca vice president and publisher of Departures magazine, replacing Ed Ventimiglia, who is retiring effective June 9. Most recently, DeLuca served as vice president and publisher of Details, a position he held since 2008.Newly-appointed Hollywood Reporter editorial director Janice Min has made her first hire: Kim Masters was named editor-at-large. Currently, Masters covers the entertainment business for The Daily Beast.Hearst’s Country Living named Mary Pat Kaleth Detroit sales manager. Kaleth has owned her own media rep firm, Media Project Solutions, since 2001.Tarsus Group division Tarsus Advon announced a pair of new hires: former Tradeshow Week global sales and business development director Michael Jortner was named vice president and publisher of Tarsus’ Trade Show News Network; and ex-Tradeshow Week senior editor Rachel Wimberly was named editor-in-chief.Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. named Kate Berg vice president of corporate communications. Berg replaces senior vice president Anne Janas, who will be leaving the company.
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Thursday, January 17, 2019:Police received a report of a man stuck in mud behind a house on Congress Street. (11:31am)Police was transferred a 911 call from a Glen Road resident, who stated there was an unwanted man on her property and then hung up. Call backs were unsuccessful. Police responded. Man was gone upon arrival. He had pulled into the homeowner’s driveway and refused to leave when she questioned him. (11:59am)Police responded to an argument between co-workers. One co-worker claimed the other threatened him and lunged at him. The other inquired about filing a restraining order. No physical assault took place. Situation OK. (1:14pm)Fire Department responded to brush fire between overpass on Nichols Street and Lake Street. (5:18pm)Fire Department responded to fire alarm in unoccupied building on Textron campus. (7:11pm)Police notified DPW that street sign for Englewood Drive was missing. (11:16pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for June 26: 2-Year-Old Locks Family Out; Co-Workers Get In Fight; Don’t Watch YouTube While DrivingIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 16: Man Pulled Over For Riding Lawn Mower Down Richmond St.; Grandchild Scam ReportedIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for July 2: Wilmington Man Arrested On Warrant; Family Causes Scene At Silver Lake?In “Police Log”
No-frills airline AirAsia has started operating from New Delhi on Thursday, besides expanding its list of flying destinations to Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.The capital city will act as a base for the Indo-Malaysian low-cost carrier to cater to North Indian market. AirAsia will now run flights from New Delhi to Bengaluru, Guwahati and Goa.”We are very excited to step into Delhi. The celebration today is the result of constant hard work, meticulous planning and undying dedicated spirit of our team. I would like to thank everyone associated with AirAsia India for the support. We hope to enable more people to experience air travel in India,” AirAsia India chief executive Mittu Chandilya told The Economic Times.As part of an introductory offer, the company enables the customers to book tickets at ₹1 per km to Visakhapatnam. The airline is set to run flights to the city from next month.Budget carrier opened bookings for the destination on Thursday and the offer will end on 24 May. The travel covered under the new offer is between 18 June 2015 and 31 May 2016.As per the new offer, the flight tickets from Bengaluru to Visakhapatnam will cost ₹1,400 (all-inclusive), the airline told NDTV Profit.The inaugural flights from New Delhi were also charged at ₹1 per km.Excluding the new route, AirAsia runs flights to Chennai, Kochi, Goa, Chandigarh, Jaipur and Pune with Bengaluru as South Indian hub.Even after commencing its operations almost a year ago, the company still has no plans to run flights to Mumbai. It has a fleet of 5 Airbus A320s and employs 540 people.”As an airline we are not profitable as yet, but we are very close to it,” Chandilya told Hindustan Times.Another low-cost airline, SpiceJet, launched a special discount offer ‘CelebrationSale’ on Tuesday to mark completion of 10 years in the industry. The discount offer, which commenced on Tuesday (19 May), ends on 21 May midnight and comes with fares starting from ₹1,010.
To celebrate the World Dance Day, Padmashri Guru Shovana Narayan’s Asavari Centre for Kathak is holding its Annual Day Programme titled ‘Rhythm and Joy’ on May 6, 2019 at the CSOI Auditorium (Civil Services Officers’ Institute Auditorium), Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, 6:30 pm onward. The evening, besides showcasing the talents of young dancers ranging from the near professional to the budding ones, also has the mission of increasing awareness of the importance of nurturing our rich 2500 years old classical dance heritage among the youth and the general public. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfOver the years (since 1979), Asavari has seen several young dancers taking wings and dotting the classical scene as full-fledged accomplished soloists, such as Shivani Varma, Kartika Singh, Mrinalini, Madhura Phatak etc. Some have even opened their own centres of teaching Kathak in various parts of the globe – Fremont, USA, Lithuania, London, Moscow, Melbourne to name a few. Some of the disciples of the Centre have become award winning film makers and acclaimed film actors such as Beenu Rajpoot and Shriya Sharan respectively. What Guru Shovana Narayan through her Asavari has always believed in, is to nurture and groom the disciples not only to become very good artistes with multi-disciplinary approach but also into becoming good human beings imbued with aesthetics in art and in behaviour.