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Tobias Rylander (Conceptual and Lighting designer in the fields of music and fashion, as well for museum expositions, illumination of outdoor landmarks and commercials for television)
Gothic Home Decor if you want to give your home a mysterious look and appreciate old furniture with a rich history, with a light wood flooring for a Gothic Home Decor Idea may be for you. Gothic interior design
Tcherassi Vilató - brand formed by the architect and designer duo Angelica Tcherassi and Jacob Vilató; launched first pieces during June 2013 at Barcelona Design Week: The MissUnderstood tables, TryAngle lounge chairs, Let´s Eat tables and Better than Chocolate sofas; ; 
Mike Kaye - Emmy Award-nominated graphic designer; , comic book creator; ; featured in news media sites and a radio show called The Collectors Show" with Harold Nicoll; , website designer; 
Zak Kyes - art director and graphic designer; ; ; (perhaps more German resources?)
Florian Nicolle - digital artist and illustrator; blends layers of newsprint, watercolor, pencil, and digital painting to create rich, frenetic portraits that seem to fly off the canvas; from Caen, France; started design at the age of 15 after being heavily inspired by his teacher (who specializes in sketch); limonata makinesisineklik
Dave Nodz (real name David Noddings) - record-sleeve and rave-flyer designer; responsible for many of the most famous record sleeves from the early 1990s hardcore-music scene (which later became drum & bass); notable for his work at Suburban Bass Records where his distinctive graphic style mixed comic book art with graffiti to create the distinctive graphics to a whole generations musical movement
Scott Stowell - graphic and web designer; ; 
AREAWARE - areaware.com - Founded by Noel Wiggins and Lisa Yashon in 2005, Areaware is a housewares and collectibles design retailer that provides contemporary artists with manufacturing and production expertise to bring their ideas to market. The origins of the company date back to the late 1980s where Wiggins and Yashon founded popular collectibles companies. Harmonyball and Harmony Kingdom. They have supported many artists and designers in the field of industrial design such as Harry Allen, Tobi Wong, Jonas Damon, and Susan Kare. Notable products include Tobias Wong's ON/OFF Switch , the first US distribution of Strida Folding Bikes , David Week's Cubebots , Harry Allen's Reality Series of cast objects , and repurposing Susan Kare's user-interface graphics into textile designs .
David Collins Studio - Award-winning international interior architecture and design studio based in London, with 35 years experience. Responsible for creating some of London's best known bars and restaurants, such as the Blue Bar and The Berkeley, The Connaught Bar and The Wolseley. Founded by the late David Collins and Iain Watson in 1985, the Studio is now run by Watson following the death of Collins from skin cancer. Also has extensive experience in luxury retail design, most notably as interior designers for Harrods Food Halls and several fashion departments. Most recently, work includes designing restaurants and public areas of the new Nobu Hotel in London's Portman Square, and the newest cruise ship for Cunard. 
Graphic Designo - international design firm; based in India; winner of 2013 top design firm in Delhi; graphicdesigno.com
The Next Hint - Founded by Jitender Sharma, The Next Hint is a trusted source with unbiased information. We pursue the mission by producing balanced, accurate, and comprehensive content for a global audience. We take accuracy as a priority over speed in our reporting. We have built a global reputation as a reliable source of news for people around the world. We use to bring the facts that are beyond disputes. We are targeting the content that people are looking for. Our motive is to give a voice to the people through our platform! It’s time to take one step forward with us for a better tomorrow!
Pop Chart Lab - Brooklyn-born design studio transforming pop culture data into an array of infinitely-detailed charts that appeal to the culture junkie (and home decor obsessed) in all of us; ; ; ; 
Raffles Design International - rafflesmumbai.com - Raffles Design International is a subsidiary of Raffles Education Corporation Limited. Establishing its first college in 1990 at Singapore, it has grown to be the largest private education group with 22 colleges in 20 cities across 12 countries across Asia-Pacific and Europe. Its current board members & directors are Doris Chung Gim Lian, John Rick Tham, Kai How Ong, Nissar Mohammad and Lorraine Cecelia Esteves.
Splice Today - currently redirects to Russ Smith (publisher) - Web publication founded in 2008 by former New York Press publisher Russ Smith. Features an eclectic range of authors and topics, with an emphasis on politics and the arts. 
250 guilder note - designed by Ootje Oxenaar; should be a standalone article due to the amount of coverage in the graphic design community; could be similar in presentation to the 200 euro note; 
Pin-back Button Maker (A device that creates Pin-Back Buttons) (Pin-back buttons already has a page. This link displays pin-back button makers available for sale http://canadianbuttonmakers.ca/ there are many others. )
Zolo Inc. - toy company; founded by Sandra Higashi and Byron Glazerin 1986; ; ; ; specializes in designing free-form, gender-neutral constructio toys; ; ; toy designs have been featured in and honored at museums (, ) and spawned Pixar animated Nickelodeon shorts () as well as wining numerous awards (); has partnered with several other companies (, ) and has expanded into books () and decor () items; has created phone apps (, ) and tech accessories ()
Andre Delfau - 20th century artist, costume and set designer.
Barry Deck Type Designer, one of 23 selected in MoMa's first type acquisition, mentioned on the Standard Deviations exhibition page. His types were hugely influential on the era.
Just Van Rossum Another type designer, one of 23 selected in MoMa's first type acquisition, mentioned on the Standard Deviations exhibition page. Big name in type technology, he's in every type history book.
Wood Type The method of making large letters, made feasible by mechanised inventions from 1820 onwards. The technique and its era created the style famous in western movies' wanted posters. Hamilton Wood Type has a good history, which rationalises its importance, but I'd stil base this on the multitude of books written about the history of type. None of the technical pages of printing adress the design side with any clarity.
The missing typefaces from Moma's first acquisition of historically significant type, these are simply the faces that are not linked on that page. Walker (typeface), MoMA's rationale, Retina (typeface), Oakland (typeface), Miller (typeface), Mercury (typeface), Mason (typeface), Mantina (typeface), Keedy Sans (typeface), HTF Didot (typeface), FF Din (typeface), FF Blur (typeface), FF Beowolf (typeface). Some of these may added to existing pages, such as FF Din into DIN 1451, but they'd need to be linkable, that's the main thing. Wikipedia does not at present explain the historical significance it has mentioned on that page.
Bebas Neue (typeface) - One of the most popular free fonts (pl) Github
Characters Font Foundry - Dutch type foundry website
HidaMari Cooking - Japanese cooking channel with more than 2.5 million subscribers 
Ivan Day - A specialist of the historic food of England. 
Kevin Diez (also known as Chef "KD") - award-winning Cajun French chef; known for his fried catfish, jambalaya, and gold-medal-winning gumbo; television host for outdoor show Chef KD's Outdoors and More; featured on the alligator-hunter edition of AMC's Gene Simmons Family Jewels
Daniel Green (chef) (req. 2009-8-28) - British chef, author, host of cooking and travel shows; 
Zachary Golper (chef) - 5 time James Beard nominated "Best Baker", owner and chef at Bien Cuit Bakery. Author of cookbook "Bien Cuit: The Art of Bread"; biencuit.com; 
Richard Sax - Prolific cooking writer and chef, author of Classic Home Deserts 
Jonathon Sawyer - currently redirects to Cleveland Hustles - James Beard Award-winning chef and restaurateur, author of two books, has appeared on national TV and been profiled by reliable national media sources in the U.S., which have referred to him as a celebrity chef. 
The Beer Connoisseur - Online magazine that explores beer culture both in America and abroad through in-depth beer reviews, international travel articles, brewery tours, profiles of industry personalities, recipes and pairings, style studies, and more; beerconnoisseur.com; ; ; ; 
Bellacino's - Michigan-based fast-food restaurant chain; specializes in pizzas and hot sandwiches known as grinders; founded by a relative of the founder of Mancino's; bellacinos.com; ; ; ; 
Bien Cuit Bakery- NYC bakery founded by 5-time James Beard "Best Baker" nominee Zachary Golper. "One Of The 10 Best Baguettes in America" Bon Appetit. "The Absolute Best Croissant In New York" Grubstreet; biencuit.com; 
Briggs Original - Hard seltzer company based out of Boston, MA. Launched in 2017 by Neil Quigley and Michael Kurson, Briggs Original Boston Cranberry is the only hard seltzer made with 100% real fruit. They source cranberries locally in Massachusetts and package the product in Somerville, MA. The company hosts Briggs Fest, a hip-hop music festival in Boston. Briggs Fest 2017 was headlined by Sammy Adams, Waka Flocka Flame, and B.o.B. It was held at The Lawn on D in South Boston. Co-founder Neil Quigley is a Certified Cicerone and was recognized as the youngest in the world when he received his certification at age 20. - briggsoriginal.com; 
Brownstones Coffee - breakfast and lunch restaurant; located in Amityville, New York; soon to be franchise chain; brownstonescoffee.com
Brunning and Price Pub chain UK.
Bryant's Cocktail Lounge - Historic cocktail lounge located in Milwaukee Wisconsin. Started by Bryant Sharp and his wife Edna Sharp in 1938, the lounge is still in business and historically accurate today. Bryant's has a unique system of ordering where customers order using descriptors and mood, rather than referencing a menu. Bryant's maintains a rolodex of over 450 unique historic cocktails; three famous cocktails were invented at Bryant's Cocktail Lounge by Bryant Sharp in the 1940s: the Pink Squirrel, the Banana Banshee, and the Blue Tail Fly. ; ; 
Cafe Bar UK - beverage solutions company; specialising in coffee; part of European Autobar Group; cafebar.co.uk
Cali BBQ - restaurant in Spring Valley, California; owned by Shawn Walchef and Rositsa Walchef; also owns and operates Cali BBQ Media; well-known for slow-smoked barbecue, cocktails to go, and from many media appearances on television, print, online; social media following @calicomfortbbq and @calibbq; ; ; ; ; ; calibbq.media
The Carving Board - sandwich restaurant in Tarzana, California; featured on the Travel Channel's Sandwich Paradise 2 series; has opened second restaurant in Hollywood; eattheboard.com; 
Dog Tag Brewing - dogtagbrewing.com profits from the sale of Dog Tag Legacy Lager go to support charities selected or created by Gold Star Families, those who have lost someone in the USA military service. Each can of Dog Tag Legacy Lager features the name of a fallen warrior whose family is a grant recipient from Dog Tag Foundation. Families choose how the money is spent to best create a legacy for their fallen family member. Founded and run by veterans, Dog Tag Brewing is dedicated to preserving the legacies of fallen warriors.
Flying Heart Brewing - first brewery in Bossier Parish, Louisiana; located in historic Central Fire Station 6; serves six flagship beers and rotating seasonals; flyingheartbrewing.com; Grand Opening; 
Food Politic: Journal of Food News and Culture - online publication; focuses on food issues worldwide; foodpolitic.com
Friary Meaux - former British brewing company and pub chain owners
G. D. Ritzy's - regional fast-food chain; specializes in hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, and homemade ice cream; founded in 1980 by former Wendy's executive Graydon Webb in Columbus, Ohio; has a 1950s diner theme; ; ; ; ; ; 
Gandolfo's (Gandolfo's New York Delicatessen) - chain of sandwich restaurants; mostly located in the western U.S.; gandolfosdeli.com; ; 
Garcia's Pizza in a Pan - Illinois-based chain of pizza restaurants; sells pizza by the slice; founded in 1971 near the main campus of the University of Illinois; ; ; ; ; ; ; 
Glenny's - manufactures healthy snacks, including Soy Crisps, Fruit & Nut Bars and 100-Calorie Brownies; glennys.com
Grace Pastries - defunct award-winning bakery chain; founded by George Izumi; operated in Los Angeles during the middle part of the 20th century; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; also see, back issues of the Los Angeles-based Rafu Shimpo newspaper
Great Wine Capitals of the World - a network of cities that have a major wine industry 
Green Sheep Water - Bottled Water brand launched in 2014 in Chicago. The company has still and sparkling water in 16-ounce bottled water brands and still water 12-ounce cans. Aluminum is infinitely recyclable and gets recycled more than 2x as often as plastic, glass and cartons. The company works with Yellowstone National Park, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Woodland Park Zoo, and more. www.greensheepwater.com, , , , 
Gropp’s Famous Fish of Stroh - Fort Wayne, Indiana restaurant; First store was opened in 1955 and last one closed on March 25, 2016. The business served the northeast Indiana region for over 60 years. The last store closed due to the retirement of its owners, Fred and Stacia Andriano. 
Groundwork Coffee - chain of third wave coffee shops in Los Angeles, CA and Portland, OR; founded in the early 90s, first store was opened in Venice, CA. The company has expanded across LA and up to Portland. , , ; www.groundworkcoffee.com
The Healthy Butcher - Toronto butcher; specializes in 100% grass-fed and organic meats, and sourcing local, natural real food; thehealthybutcher.com
Hissho Sushi - foodservice and distribution company; ; 
Hobo Joe's - former restaurant chain; existed during the 1960s and 1970s; involved politicians, organized crime, and murder in Arizona during the 1960s; ; 
Hook and Reel Cajun Seafood Restaurant Chain in Maryland started in 2013 that has since expanded. 
Hoot Owl (restaurant) - Restaurant and Bar in a historic rural location in New York's Hudson Valley; mostly finger food; originally built in 1856; known as the Hoot Owl since 1947; historically was a speakeasy, brothel, mafia hangout, and biker bar; www.hootowlrestaurant.com
Inwood Tavern The oldest continuously operating bar in Dallas 
Le Perigord - classic French restaurant in Manhattan (New York City); opened 1964; one of the last remaining restaurants from the days when haute French cuisine flourished in New York City; leperigord.com; ; 
Lion Coffee - coffee producer in Hawaii; claims to be the oldest continuously operating coffee producer in the United States; lioncoffee.com
Little Bay Restaurants - small group of modern European restaurants in London, Brighton and Belgrade; famous for the "Pay What You Think It's Worth" campaign; littlebay.co.uk; Jimmyd91 (talk) 14:27, 28 August 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Marché - international restaurant chain; based in Switzerland; prepares European style foods right in front of the customer; company returned to Toronto in 2010, plans to expand throughout Canada, and eventually return to the United States; marche-restaurants.com; ; ; ; ; 
NORPAC Foods - Pacific Northwest's largest fruit and vegetable processor; norpac.com
O8sis.com - website; offers tips for women, mostly dining; o8sis.com
Olympia Coffee Roasting Co. - An award-winning, small-lot coffee roasting company located in Olympia, Washington. Founded in 2005 by Terry Ziniewicz with the mission to roast coffee for wholesale and later opened a small cafe with views of the roasting process. Terry Ziniewicz was also part owner of Espresso Parts www.espressoparts.com at the time and in 2010 decided to sell his interest in Olympia Coffee Common Name. Sam Schroeder, Olympia Coffee's first employee and Oliver Stormshak, bought the company in 2010 and took over all operations. Stormshak had previously worked in the coffee industry for Dunkin' Dounuts, Starbucks and Batdorf & Bronson. After the company changed hands, Olympia Coffee began to win regional and national awards in the coffee industry and started gaining recognition and is considered one of the best coffee companies in the Pacific Northwest. Olympia Coffee currently has five Washington locations; one in West Seattle, one in Tacoma's historic Proctor neighborhood and three in Olympia. olympiacoffee.com; ; ; ; ; ; ;
Pantera's Pizza - defunct pizza chain; existed during the 1980s until it was forced to file for bankruptcy after expanding too fast, absorbing other chains, including Pizza Inn and some Godfather's Pizza locations; ; ; 
Pizza Pocket (ja:ピザポケット) - pizza chain in west Japan.
Pisqueya - Pisqueya (pis-keh-yah) is a Latinx-American food company that offers high-quality, all-natural, vegan, preservative-free, NO MSG, and Recycled Packaging products. Specialize in hot sauces & adobo Latin seasoning. Roots hail from the Dominican Republic but they've been operating in Brooklyn since 1986. Every Pisqueya recipe is an original family recipe and all of their peppers are sourced fresh, directly from farms in the Dominican Republic; , , , , , , , 
Porto's Bakery & Cafe - bakery; started by Rosa Porto in Cuba, 1960; portosbakery.com
Prego Della Piazza - one of the oldest fine-dining restaurants in Toronto; ; 
SaveOnBrew - beer-price search engine; finds advertised beer deals based on a zip code; saveonbrew.com
Scottish Gourmet USA - a U.S.-based Scottish food and gift company. The top seller of haggis made in the U.S. Also one of only a few companies that sell Scottish style back bacon, Scottish style meat pies, smoked haddock and other Scottish specialty items in the U.S. Recently in the news for haggis sales, relocation to N.C. from N.J. and for sales related to Scottish holidays like St. Andrew's Day, Burns Night and Tartan Day. , scottishbgourmetusa.com
Silo (restaurants) - Zero-waste restaurants. Originally opened in Brighton in 2014, then closed & re-opened in Hackney London. Leader in zero-waste. Brighton: . Moving Brighton to London 2019: , , , . Silo London: , , , , , , , . Silo London website: . Vimeo video: . Creator Doug/Douglas McMaster named Sustainability Champion .
Simmenthal - Italian canned meat company; simmenthal.it. Simmenthal itself is a redirect to Simmental. Overwrite the redirect with the article about the company. Also, create Simmenthal (company) as a redirect.
Slater's 50/50 - Southern California restaurant chain; known for the trademarked 50/50 Burger; slaters5050.com; 
Smoke on the Lake BBQ Festival - BBQ festival; hosted by a Rotary organization to benefit multiple charities; smokeonthelake.org
The Texas Club - country-western club in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; established in 1981 by Mark and Mike Rogers and their father Ray Rogers; since 1981, entertainers, including George Jones, Hank Williams Jr., Willie Nelson, Bret Michaels, Foreigner, Styx, Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, have performed live on the club's stage; thetexasclub.com
Tryon Foothills Wine Region - Western North Carolina wine region that is home to historical grape growing and premium wine production; this region is situated in an isothermal belt, which is of great viticultural importance to the industry; tryonfoothillswine.org
Turiya Wines - extremely limited production, one-person winery; owned and operated by Angela Soleno; allocation / invitation only purchases; collectible cult red wines; turiyawines.com
Underage club - apparently many clubs that operate similarly to nightclubs exist, except they don't serve alcohol obviously. Some would then only permit kids under a certain age, like under 21 or under 18. ;;;;;
Wilkins Coffee Co (A coffee and tea brand known for having 179 Jim Henson-produced advertisements) 
The Wine Wankers - group of three Australian wine writers (Conrad, Neal and Drew) that specialise in social media; trio ranked equal #3 in the world with a Klout ranking of 81 (subject: "wine" - Jancis Robinson #1 (84), Tim Atkin #2 (82) and James Goode equal #3 with a ranking of 81); group are listed as #16 in the US for its ability to influence wine drinking habits in the United States (Vinepair Wine Web Power Index, 7 January 2015); At time of launch, group included Ben, who has since left group; group states they are really the "anti wine wanker brigade", aiming to make wine more accessible by taking the pretentiousness (real or perceived) out of the wine fraternity. This "wine wanker" moniker is consistent with their Australian heritage, where nicknames often reference a person’s opposite appearance or character; thewinewankers.com.au; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 
YOLO (Bar / Restaurant) - (Title can be changed if required, I see that YOLO is a Disambig page after all.) Bar / Restaurant thing based in Ponteland and opening another branch in Newcastle Upon Tyne: ; 
Zoenos Cellars (ZOEnos Cellars) - winery in Sonoma, California; specializes in making unique, food-friendly wines by blending imported indigenous Greek varietals with local Californian grapes; zoenos.com
Bang bang shrimp - we are missing an article for this Chinese dish even though Google hits indicates bang bang shrimp is over twice as popular as the variation known as bang bang chicken, which we already have an article for
Free from (free-from, allergen-free, allergen free, and allergen safe) – term is generally used in reference to consumables that are free from common allergens such as gluten, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, and dairy; can also refer to environments (such as baseball parks or airplanes that are peanut-free) and body-care products; Tesco, the UK-based grocery retailer, debuted its "free from" product category in 2003; ; U.S. FDA has not (yet) defined the term; Penelope Gordon (talk) 07:42, 4 August 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Mexican Chinese cuisine – Chinese cuisine served in Mexico that has been modified through the use of local Mexican ingredients to serve primarily Mexican patrons, such as fried rice with avocado and chorizo; eggrolls with shrimp, cilantro and cream cheese. ; 
Baja-style Mexican Chinese cuisine - a subset of the Mexican Chinese cuisine that is found in the La Chinesca neighborhood of the city of Mexicali (a city that has more Chinese restaurants than Mexican restaurants) on the U.S. border that cater to both local Mexicans and to nearby Americans day-visitors which differ from the Chinese cuisine found in Mexico City. The Baja style of cooking is so popular that it is moving north of the border into Los Angeles. ; ; ; ; ; ; 
Skin (food) – there exist some articles about particular uses of skin as food: Pork_rind, Chicharron, Ciccioli, Čvarci, Gribenes, Krupuk kulit. But there is no article covering skin as food in general. Also, fish skin as food (examples:  ) is AFAIK not covered anywhere. Also if someone capable enough is around, a historic perspective would be nice.
Stone-fence cocktail – cocktail made with rum and hard cider
Storzapretis – Corsican gnudi-like dumpling; made with brocciu, spinach, grated cheese and mint or marjoram; dumplings are first poached in simmering water and then baked in a tomato sauce topped with grated cheese
Vitari – brand of fruit ice sorbet; made from fruit with no dairy or added sugar; a bit like a smoothie, but not quite the same; made by Nestlé; ; 
Vitellone – older veal; possibly what in the U.K. is known as "rose veal"
Vuopersfzina – type of Pi sandwich; invented in Reading, Pennsylvania; consists of ham, cheese, fried egg, seasonings, and pizza bread (may be Texas toast or sliced bread)
Wapatuli (also spelled wapatula, wapatui) – type of mixed drink; consists of various alcoholic spirits combined with fruit in large quantities; [ehow.com/how_2306303_make-wapatuli.html]
Warming drawer (also called oven warming drawer or oven lower drawer-type of cooking appliance either separate or included with most freestanding ovens. Commonly mistaken as a storage drawer, it's actually designed to keep food warm. 
Wilkins Coffee – brand of coffee; [encyclopediadramatica.se/Wilkins_Coffee]; mentioned at Wilkins Estate. From 1957 to 1961, Jim Henson had produced 179 commercials for Wilkins Coffee starring two Muppets, Wilkins and Wontkins. (draft)
BBN Times - BBN Times provides the latest insights from experts in technology, healthcare, leadership, entrepreneurship and global economy. Founded in Q2 of 2017, the website has achieved tens of million of page views by millions of unique visitors. There have been many famous contributors from all around the world such as John Nosta, Brett King, Daniel Burrus, Karen Gross, Daniel Lacalle, Eric Reimer and David L. Katz and more. BBN Times is not driven by any religious, social, or political ideology. The mission statement is the only driver, which significantly impacts contents not tweaked by affiliation or ideology. The website has fact-checking credibility, sprawling also with ideas for the future. 
Sentient Media (Sentient Media is a media non-profit focused on increasing the media coverage of farmed animal rights and welfare primarily in animal agriculture. Related to this, Sentient Media reports on the future of food, especially proteins from non-animal sources, and animal agriculture's impact on the climate, biodiversity, and local environments. Sentient Media is funded by reader donations and institutions such as the Open Philanthropy Project, and the Center for Effective Altruism. Sentient Media has partnered with other established media outlets, like The Intercept, in producing content discussing farmed animal issues. The journalist Glenn Greenwald is an advisor to the organization. Many of Sentient Media's projects are aimed at empowering the animal rights movement and individual activists in increasing their visibility and their ability to get coverage in the media. ) (Some sources:OPP Grant announcement, CEA Grant announcement, The Intercept partnership, ProPublica charity information, Partnership with The Humane League in activist training, Sentient Media's mission on the organization website)
Bedford Independent (Bedford Independent is an online news desk in Bedford, UK that is shaking up the status quo of local news provision. It was launched on social media in August 2018 and its website went live in November 2019. It has already gained a large readership and has been cited by national news desks when reporting on larger news stories in their patch. They are regulated by IMPRESS standards. Their Managing Editor appears on BBC Three Counties regularly to discuss general media industry matters and also news in the area.) ()
Buenos Aires Times - The Buenos Aires Times is Argentina's only English-language newspaper. Founded in 2017 by Editorial Perfil SA by much of the team that produced the Buenos Aires Herald, it offers news, opinion and analysis about Argentina, Latin America and the wider world. The newspaper is published every Saturday and has a website that is updated seven days a week; 
Canna Law Blog (Canna Law Blog is a blog formed by the law firm, Harris Bricken, and their Canna Law Group. The Canna Law Blog looks at how cannabis laws affect the cannabis industry. In 2018, the blog was named to ABA Journal's Blawg 100 Hall of Fame. The blog currently ranks #2 in Top 100 Marijuana Blogs, Websites & Influencers in 2020, behind High Times.) (, , , , , , )
CCN Markets (CCN Markets is a financial news site that reports on US markets and cryptocurrencies. It was founded in 2013 as CryptoCoinsNews by Jonas Borchgrevink. We previously had a section on Wikipedia under CryptoCoinsNews but that seems to be gone. We have approx. 50 journalists and editors working for CCN Markets at ccn.com. Hawkfish AS is the Media Company of CCN Markets website.) ()
China Law Blog (China Law Blog is a blog formed in 2006 by Dan Harris of the law firm Harris Bricken. The goal of China Law Blog is to discuss the Chinese law and how it affects business. The blog is catered towards those doing business in China, or those looking to do business in China. In 2013, the blog made the Blawg 100 Hall of Fame, ranked by ABA Journal. In 2012, Business Insider ranked it #12 on "The 15 Most Influential Law Blogs". Forbes regarded the blog as highly respected.) (, , , )
The Conservateur (The Conservateur is web-based publication focusing on style, politics, society and more through a conservative lens. Founded by Jayme Chandler and Isabelle Redfield, the Conservateur was found by young women for young women who are traditionally ignored by the mainstream media. The Conservateur has a worldwide following and conducts interviews of well known politicians, government figures and conservative personalities.) (, )
Culture Captures (Culture Captures is a media and marketing company. Focused on showcasing and curating the latest in music and pop culture. Culture Captures has been involved in marketing campaigns for artists such as Playboi Carti, Juice Wrld, Joyner Lucas, 21 Savage, Future, and more.) 
CultureStrike - CultureStike is a national arts organization that aims to change the art of politics, and the politics of art-making. CultureStrike focuses on art and immigrant activism. Founded in 2011, they have connected a network of over 200 socially engaged artists. Favianna Rodrigue zis the current Executive Director. CultureStrike has a wide scope of projects and is running an online magazine. (; )
The Dis Unplugged Network - network of shows created by the Dis Unplugged. Focusing on Disney parks, history, travel, cruise lines, and more. Shows include the Universal Edition, connecting with Walt, Disney Dining show, Moving to the Magic and The Dis Unplugged (http://disunplugged.com/)
Dtube (DTube is a community powered video sharing platform where users vote on videos to reward creators, curators, influencers and viewers in cryptocurrency.) 
The Finch Podcast (A student-led media organization out of the University of Georgia which seeks to dissect complex issues with a multidisciplinary approach. The organization has listeners in 25 states and 15 countries, has had over 50 experts on including Mayors and Nobel Prize laureates and is run by a group of 30 student writers, artists, and producers.) (, , , , , )
Floatplane Media (Floatplane Media is a subscription-based video sharing and consumption platform that is owned by Linus Sebastian, a famous tech YouTuber and the founder of Linus Media Group (LMG). The platform aims at providing content creators a free reign to voice their opinions and host their content without the worry of having their content demonetized.) ()
Florida Politics (Florida Politics is an American, non-partisan political journalism medium, the flagship brand for Extensive Enterprises Media, a privately-held media company based in St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.A. With a staff of full and part-time reporters, editors and others based throughout Florida, Florida Politics reports and publishes thousands of original news stories each year. The medium covers government operations, politics, elections, lobbying, Florida news media, and social and economic issues at the local and state levels, and at the national level for stories that have Florida focuses. Florida Politics also publishes political news from The Associated Press and the News Service of Florida. The news principally is published on the company’s https://floridapolitics.com, available free to readers.
Game Attack (Game Attack is one of the most Subscribed Livestreaming channels on the internet, founded by Shaun Bolen and Craig Skistimas under the Rooster Teeth Brand, before later leaving their parent company and becoming an independent entertainment brand, as one of the Premier channels for Youtube Gaming, before moving to the Twitch Platform. Game Attack and it's hosts, Shaun Bolen, Greyson Watkins, Chase Sedate, and Wes Reinitz, specialize in providing entertainment for an older demographic, hosting live events, providing video game journalism, and creating live programming with guests such as Rooster Teeth, Kinda Funny, Ray Narvaez Jr, Bruce Greene, among others.) 
Good Good Good (Good Good Good is an American positive news media company and the publisher of the monthly print newspaper The Goodnewspaper. Their Instagram account @goodgoodgoodco grew significantly in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Good Good Good was founded by humanitarian photographer and influencer Branden Harvey — and has been featured by The New York Times, Mashable, and Miley Cyrus. Their podcast, Sounds Good with Branden Harvey, has hosted guests like Ben Higgins, Scott Harrison (charity founder), and Becca Stevens (priest). Good Good Good was awarded a WeWork Creator Award in 2018 and was accepted into the Target Corporation Impact Accelerator Program in 2020. In 2021 they partnered with DECIEM to create a special edition of the Goodnewspaper released in all of DECIEM's stores on four continents, translated into three languages.) (; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; )
GRVTY Media (GRVTY Media is a digital media company founded in 2014 and based in Singapore. They currently run six online editorials - Vulcan Post, Millennials of Singapore, Millennials of Kuala Lumpur, The Playbook, Discover SG and Discover KL. Their aim is to produce different and unique contents related to millennials. Using different social platforms, GRVTY Media shares the voices of millennials in Asia and thought-provoking content.) ()
Handbell Musicians of America (The Handbell Musicians of America is an organization that promotes handbell and handchime ringing through events and educational activities in the US and Canada. They were originally established in 1954 as the American Guild of English Handbell Ringers.) (; ; )
List of state media - like PBS, VoA (USA), CCTV, CGTN (China), and others. I got this idea after watching several channels in Youtube was tagged with disclosure that so-and-so channels are funded by so-and-so government, with a link to Wikipedia.
Lovin Malta - Lovin Malta is a popular content and news website in Malta that is part of the Lovin Group which also features Lovin Dublin, Lovin Dubai, Lovin Manchester and Lovin Saudi. Lovin Malta has won several journalism awards and also won an award for Best Social Media Campaign of 2017 for an April Fools' prank where it set up a political party. 
News Nation - Nexstar Media Group’s News Nation is a newscast that will debut on WGN America September 1. The three-hour news program will air from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET, seven days a week. NewsNationNow.com and the News Nation Now app will provide U.S. and world news updates 24/7. The team is led by veteran journalists and will draw on the local, regional and national expertise of Nexstar’s 5,400 journalists in 110 local newsrooms across the country. This is different from India's cable channel News Nation with the same name.
Nursing Notes - Online publication for nurses and allied healthcare professionals in the UK. They came to notoriety in the UK when they started to publish the names of health and social care workers who died during the COVID-19 pandemic) ()
Script Magazine (Script Magazine is a web-based publication focusing on the craft and business of screenwriting for film and television.) ()
TaxiPoint (TaxiPoint is the UK’s leading taxi industry publication across multiple digital platforms. Founded in 2017 by Chief-Editor and industry expert Perry Richardson the online news publication features heavily on mainstream news aggregators and has over 1.3 million annual users on its news website. TaxiPoint also produces a monthly magazine which has been read over 3.5 million times over 35 editions. Despite being a UK news source TaxiPoint is the world’s most read taxi industry news source and is an established media partner at global industry forums. Chief-Editor Perry Richardson comments on the industry in other mainstream media outlets regularly and has interviewed high-profile public figures and companies including Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and ridehail giants Uber.) ()
The Spoon (The Spoon is one of the leading B2B publications focused on food tech and food innovation. It was the first to report on stories such as Impossible Foods working on steak and the launch of the Thermomix TM6. The publication gets over 300 thousand visits a month and ranks in the top 100k sites worldwide as measured by Alexa. It is led by Michael Wolf, former VP of research who started the research group for seminal early tech blog Gigaom.com. The publication also puts on an annual event called Smart Kitchen Summit, a leading food tech event in Seattle that attracts over 600 executives each year and has been covered by the New York Times. The Spoon
Techspace Africa (TechSpace Africa is an independent online magazine that publishes daily in-depth stories on technology-related news. The technology-influenced website covers topics ranging from consumer gadgets to entertainment, gaming, and science. The website also reports on business-related to tech, technology news, analysis of emerging trends in tech, tech startups, and funding. This digital publication aims to provide you with daily coverage of technology news and reviews about smartphones, tablets, computers, games, accessories, apps, web services, and more).()
TheMayor.EU - (TheMayor.EU is a news website dedicated to covering and reporting municipal and regional news and best practices from all member states of the European Union. It was founded in 2017 in Sofia, Bulgaria. It forms part of the activities of the EuroAdvance non-profit organization, headed by Boyan Tomov. TheMayor.EU has a pro-European and pan-European editorial stance demonstrated by its media partnerships to EU initiatives, such as the New European Bauhaus and the European Research and Innovation Days. It is also one of the recipients of the European Citizens’ Prize for 2021 awarded by the European Parliament.) 
UnionWave Entertainment (UnionWave Entertainment is an international entertainment and artist management company, based in South Korea. Founded in 2018 by Charles-Doan Fleury and Fabio Urso in Switzerland, the company is considered as many as the first truly international K-Pop entertainment company, due to their multinational artists portfolio and unique casting/auditions process.) (, , , , )
Rereloluwa Ayodele - Rereloluwa Ayodele is a Nigerian Blogger, writer, content developer and Entrepreneur. He is the founder of delenewsonline.com His blog was nominated for the award of the STUDENT BLOG OF THE YEAR in the University of Ibadan Premier Awards. 
Angelo Carusone - Angelo is the President of Media Matters. Before joining, he organized the successful Twitter based StopBeck effort. He holds a B.A. in American Studies from Fordham University and a law degree from the University of Wisconsin. 
Alasdair Clark - Clark is a Scottish political and current affairs journalist who reports on Scottish and UK politics, including Brexit for CommonSpace.
Julie Halpert - well-known and prolific journalist.
Larry Heath Founder and Director of Heath Media, parent company of The AU Review, Hello Asia!, The Iris and the National Live Music Awards. Journalist. Music Video Director. 
Seth Kugel - Seth Kugel is a journalist and the former Frugal Traveler columnist for The New York Times. In 2018 W.W.Norton and Company will publish his book on travel. He is the host of the Brazilian YouTube channel Amigo Gringo. 
Edward B. Kurpis - co-founder of cable television network CNBC, author and financial architect of its founding business plan; Founding Vice President of Finance and Administration for NBC's Cable and Business Development division; former member of the Board of Directors of A&E network, Court TV network (now TruTV); NBC-Cablevision Executive Partnership Board governing operations of American Movie Classics, Bravo, and 10 regional sports networks. 
Caleb Maupin - Occupy Wall Street activist and leader of Workers World Party who went on to become a TV host for PressTV and now Russia Today. He has interacted with Donald Trump, and sparred with the US State Department Spokespeople at briefing in Washington DC. His speeches and articles promoting socialism get widely circulated online.
Heidi Przybyla - HEIDI is USA TODAY's SR. Political Reporter and an MSNBC political analyst. She is a frequent guest on several programs including "Morning Joe," "Hardball with Chris Matthews," and "The 11th Hour with Brian Williams." Most recently, she covered Hillary Clinton's campaign. Several Wiki imitation and entertainment sites have penned inaccurate pieces speculating on her personal life, including this: 
Amrit Sandhu - Amrit Sandhu is the founder of the Mandala Moments Movement orginating in Melbourne Australia. Amrit Sandhu is also the founder and host of the Inspired Evolution Podcast. Lifestyle Philosopher. 
Balam Soto A New Media Artist from Guatemala. Balam Soto creates contemporary, exploratory artworks that fuse low tech with high tech, including interactive art installations, public artworks, and video.
Tham Khai Meng - worldwide creative director, Ogilvy & Mather; first Asian to hold this type of position in the advertising industry; successor to Neil French; 
Lkgaming - An amazing youtuber who has extreme talent in creating fun, interesting and special videos on Youtube for those who love it, he creates in several different genres of videos, although mostly comedy and some gaming too!
24hours - newspaper; founded and edited by P. J. Harston
Addiction Worldwide (addictionworldwide.com) - advertising and branding agency; offices in London and New York; clients include Comet, B&Q and HarperCollins; CEO Jeremy Rainbird
Advertising & Design Club of Canada (theadcc.ca) - its website states "non-profit, non-political group dedicated to encouraging excellence in Canadian advertising and design"; started in 1948; hosts annual awards program called Directions; there are about 18 WP articles (search with "and" and "&") that mention this organization or award, some with redlinks.
African Mirror, a newsreel established in South Africa in 1913
Akilah Net (akilah.net) - online news and career resource for young professionals in East Africa; affiliated with the Akilah Institute for Women (akilahinstitute.org); featured in TechMoran () as an innovative tool for helping East Africans secure employment
American Ingenuity Awards - annual honor conferred by Smithsonian Magazine on distinguished scientists, scholars and artists in nine fields. Started in 2012. Featured in AdWeek and Washingtonian.  The 2016 awards, held on December 8, received extra media coverage for including a letter from astronaut John Glenn, who died that day, to technology award winner Jeff Bezos, who created rocket company Blue Origin.  Numerous previous winners, including Caroline Hoxby and John Rogers, list the award on their Wikipedia pages.
Art & Object - a widely read American fine art news website started in 2017, interviews with famous artists like Judy Chicago and Ai Weiwei
The Beehive (Online Newspaper) - The Beehive is a non-profit online newspaper which gives voice to the youth. It offers an alternative view on topics including current affairs, political and ethical issues, science, and culture. It is based in [Manchester, UK] from which its name is derived. A Beehive represents the workforce, working together to achieve an aim. It offers opinion-based articles written by teenagers, offering a unique viewpoint.) (Sources: www.thebeehivenews.wordpress.com , www.twitter.com/thebeehivenews , www.instagram.com/thebeehiveofficial ).
ComeSeeTv (www.comeseetv.com - ComeSeeTv is a brand new concept in online paid streaming video content, free sharing and publicity! ComeSeeTv.com is three things internationally.First it is a video delivery platform that allows anyone to use it to stream video content and earn revenue for their commnunity, cause or organization. Next, it is a website that pulls all platform members to one place to increase the visibility of their content by creating individual channels for each member and promoting them for free! Third, ComeSeeTv is an agent for cultural and community development and unity across the Caribbean and globally. ComeSeeTv has been endeared as the Community Channel Tv of the Caribbean! The ComeSeeTv Mission: To foster socio-cultural and economic community development, create viable avenues for the youth and to empower women!) ()
Bliss & Hellfire (blissandhellfire.com) - Portuguese online magazine; focuses on photography, equipment review and music photojournalism
Canal+ (Myanmese television operator): Formerly known as 4TV, it is a joint venture between Forever Group in Myanmar and Canal+ Group in France. 4TV became Canal+ in 2018.
DC Statesman - ([]) Far Right Conservative political website offering clickbait headlines to opinion pieces purported to be news articles. They offer the tagline, "We seek to be a disruptive force in the news industry" and also claim to be "one of the fastest growing conservative news sites in the United States." They have associations with; The Lifelong Conservative email list, Mustard Seed Interactive, Prosper, Kurt Luidhardt, Prosper’s co-founder and vice president and his wife Kristen Luidhardt, Prosper’s president and Mustard Seed’s president. Mustard Seed is a Prosper client, Kurt Luidhardt said. Incorporation records show that the firm is headquartered in the same suite of the same Greenwood, Indiana, building as Prosper. according to: (Lachlan Markay 07.05.17 <http://www.thedailybeast.com/seth-rich-murder-conspiracy-is-being-used-to-sell-face-cream>)
Deadheadland - (deadheadland.com) is a website and social media channel for Deadheads, Jamband Music, and Music Festival Fans; Grateful Dead Fan Site and Setlist Blog
C-Town Chatter - Lifestyle Online Magazine that reports Political, Entertainment and Celebrity, Business, Technology, and Health news. Their main target audience is located in the Arab world, however, they do have readership from the U.S., Europe, and South Africa. Based in both Egypt and Saudi Arabia, the magazine is planning to expand drastically in the Middle East to be able to live cover the news of the region. Since their establishment in 2018, they have garnered around, at press time, 19.1K followers on their official page on Instagram, 28K followers on their official page on Facebook, and around 300k clicks per month to their website. Recently launching their weekly podcast, they have managed to garner around 20k followers on Apple Podcasts, and they are considered to be among the few magazines to have their podcast in the Middle East. Their News Flash Briefing on Alexa Store is also available for download. C-Town Chatter has a lot of advertorial content from both international and national brands; such as Starbucks, LG, Netflix, Ora Developments, Emirates Airlines, and Spotify where they do have their own Verified Account.
Deadicated Fans (deadicatedfans.com) - website for fans with an obsession for movies, television, games
DeDe Leads - Access exclusive Web Design, WordPress Development, SEO, Content Writing and Data Entry Leads Completely Free. 
EIN News (einnews.info) - Internet news aggregation; precursor to Google News; first Internet news aggregator of English news from China (); conflict with Russia over use of the name "Russia" in web URL ()
EverydayAfrica (everydayafricaproject.com) - group of photographers in Africa share snippets of ordinary life on an Instagram feed called Everyday Africa
Figment.com (figment.com) - online community for reading and writing young-adult fiction; references: Lewis, Jacob. "Teenage Thumb Tribes: Why Cell Phone Novels Are Part of Publishing's Future". Publishing Perspectives 1 June 2010 (), Koblin, John. "The Great American Text". The New York Observer ()
GBTimes (gbtimes.com) - Finland-based web newspaper whose goal is to be "a bridge between China and the rest of the world" and "first and best contact in Europe for cross-cultural communications with China". Wikipedia search for "gbtimes" brings up Global Times, which is a Chinese government newspaper; it seems important to know whether they are connected.
Hashtag Basketball (hashtagbasketball.com) - A website covering the NBA, WNBA, and fantasy basketball with news, content, tools, and analysis.
Heath Media Media and Events company in Australia. Founded and runs websites The AU Review (theaureview.com), The Iris (theiris.com.au) and Hello Asia! (helloasia.com.au), plus events the National Live Music Awards (http://www.nlmas.com.au/), Captured Australia and the Courtyard Sessions. ]
Helix Studios (Pornography) (Helix Studios is a gay erotica studio. Helixstuidos.com)
Icepeople - Icepeople is the world's northernmost alternative newspaper, based in Longyearbyen, Norway, about 750 miles from the North Pole. Founded in 2009, it is the only alternative weekly outside North America that is a full member of the Association of Alternative News Media. icepeople.net and the newspaper is cited as a reliable source on numerous Wikipedia pages.
Islam Jamaica (islamjamaica.com) - the first and only Islamic media brand in Jamaica, reporting on current affairs, issues and events coming out of the local Muslim population.
Khiladi Sports (khiladisports.com) - Pakistan's first major platform for sports analysis and discussion - covering the latest news, results, and more from around the world.
Közép-Európai Sajtó és Média Alapítvány (lit.'Central European Press and Media Foundation'): A new Hungarian media holding company whose assets are consisted of pro-Viktor Orbán news outlets. , , , 
The Logical Indian (thelogicalindian.com) - online news and media publishing organization from India; covers unconventional news and attempts at providing a logical perspective to issues and events
Team Empyrean (teamempyrean.com) An esports and gaming organization focused on producing content related to Call of Duty on social media platforms. , 
Metro Canada - newspaper; founded and edited by P. J. Harston
Myndz Community, C.C. (myndz-community.ca) - multimedia community-based media production entity; based in Nairobi, Kenya, and Windhoek, Namibia; provides opportunities for youth, media practitioners, civic organizations and inhabitants of rural and indigenous communities to learn and engage in the production of media
myowndp.com (myowndp.com) - online community for downloading free display pictures for Blackberry Messager on all phones; has created a vast collection of high-quality and original DPs in over 15 different categories; new images are uploaded to the site weekly
My Islam Jamaica (my.islamjamaica.com) - a sister site to (islamjamaica.com) Islam Jamaica Online, this site focuses on sharing information about the religion of Islam. Material is written in adherence with Islamic tradition but through the lens of the Jamaican context and features videos, audio recordings and pictures produced by local Imams.
Alhudood (alhudood.net) - An Arabic political satire website tackling regional and international issues from a pan-Arab perspective, publishes articles on a daily basis and has been running for four years.
The Robert B. Silvers Foundation (A bequest by Silvers, who died in March 2017, established a charitable entity, the Robert B. Silvers Foundation, the aim of which is to support writers. Silvers named Mendelsohn as director with Hederman as president. The Foundation’s goal is to support writers working in the areas that were nurtured by Silvers in the Review: in-depth political, social, economic, and scientific commentary, long-form arts and literary criticism, and the intellectual essay. Such support will take the form of disbursements to enable works in progress, and of the bestowal annually of a series of prizes, to be known as the Silvers-Dudley Prizes, recognizing outstanding achievement in the kinds of writing Silvers and his late partner, Lady Grace Dudley, embraced and encouraged: the Robert B. Silvers Prize for Journalism; the Robert B. Silvers Prize for Criticism; and the Grace Dudley Prize for Writing on European Culture. -- COI: administrator of the Robert B. Silvers Foundation) (https://www.nybooks.com/emily-greenhouse-gabriel-winslow-yost-editors/)
National Arts Strategies (artstrategies.org) - non-profit organization; established by the Andrew W. Mellon and Rockefeller Foundations as National Arts Stabilization in 1983, an independent nonprofit arts management organization; works with a variety of arts organizations in capacity building and professional development; notable alumni of programs at NAS include William L. Boyd, Madeline Sayet, and Adrian Ellis; in 2016, it was awarded a grant from the Doris Duke Foundation to build professional development capacity for the International Association of Blacks in Dance 
Oscar Wilde Awards - this news article mentions the "10th annual Oscar Wilde Awards"; a handful of WP articles list people as being recipients of the award. Sam Peter Jackson "was nominated for the 2006 Oscar Wilde Award for Writing". Last Summer at Bluefish Cove "... and Oscar Wilde Awards ..." Colin Davidson (artist) citation title for "US/Ireland Alliance Honor, Los Angeles" is "US-Ireland Alliance's 10th annual Oscar Wilde Awards honors Colin Davidson, Carrie Fisher and Stephen Colbert". John Glines "Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) (Oscar Wilde Award)". Jim Brochu "the Oscar Wilde Award". Declan Kiberd "Oscar Wilde Award for Literary Achievement, 1996". Steve Schalchlin "PFLAG-LA Oscar Wilde Award, 1997 & 2003". Rikki Beadle-Blair "Greg Owen won the Oscar Wilde Award for New Writing". The awards seem to be put on by the us-irelandalliance.org though the site says very little about the award.  says "Annually, we host the Oscar Wilde Awards in Los Angeles."; Google searches for "US-Ireland Alliance" "Oscar Wilde Awards" return higher-quality results than just "Oscar Wilde Awards"
Society of Accredited Voice Over Artists (savoa.org) - accreditation by SaVoa is recognition of a voice-over artist's ability to provide vocally and technically proficient broadcast-quality voice over services and to conduct business in a manner that enhances the profession as a whole; maintains an accreditation program for voice-over artists worldwide
The State Hornet (statehornet.com) — Sacramento State's student news organization, founded in 1949. Has won multiple college publication awards in the last months.)
United By Pop (unitedbypop.com) - Created in June 2016, United By Pop is a pop culture media site and online community that brings together everything trending in both the United Kingdom and the United States, launched by Verity Harris and Jackie Kolgraf. 
ValueWalk (www.valuewalk.com) - ValueWalk LLC owns and operates an online platform that publishes financial industry news. Its platform provides value investing, hedge funds, large asset managers, technology industry, business, and political news. ValueWalk LLC was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York City, New York.
West Hull FM, a community radio station based in Hull, a city in Yorkshire, the station was founded in 2017.
Wonkhe (UK news higher education policy news site, widely cited in Wikipedia articles on UK higher ed, frequently carries articles by UK politicians and university leaders) (http://wonkhe.com))
CDA - Casting Directors Association (The Casting Directors Association is an alliance of professional Casting Directors dedicated to upholding professional standards within the industry) http://castingdirectorsassociation.com/
Spectrum Culture (American webzine. Featured reviewer on music aggregator site AnyDecentMusic? (ADM). Apparently founded in October 2008 by David Harris.)
SUPERJUMP (Independent digital gaming magazine. . Founded in 2016 by James Burns.)
FlickDirect (FlickDirect™ carries a wide assortment of entertainment news, release information, video clips, reviews, and celebrity interviews. FlickDirect covers U.S.-released motion pictures and television, from the popular to the obscure. Our stories, reviews, and interviews are syndicated on various platforms including in print, Rotten Tomatoes®, Apple News, Google News, and The Internet Movie Database (IMDB)®. Our correspondents can also be heard on the broadcast television, radio as well as syndicated videos on other networks. The site is strategically partnered with various studios and companies to provide exclusive content to its visitors.) ()
Mark David Wolf – Secretly acquired about 25,000 photographs for the J. Paul Getty Museum that resulted in a change in the museum world's attitude toward photography. Also awarded Peabody and Emmy awards. Married to noted architect Maya Lin
Museum of Portable Sound (museumofportablesound.com) - Southsea, United Kingdom; Portable museum exhibiting recorded sounds as museum objects. Also houses a research library and physical objects collection of portable audio devices.
Superposition Gallery, Online and pop-up gallery based out of Los Angeles and New York. Exhibitions of emerging artists such as Haleigh Nickerson, John Rivas, Super Future Kid, Panni Malekzadeh, Sinjun Strom 
National Gallery of Art Library – Image Collections (library.nga.gov/imagecollections) - library department of image collections houses close to 14 million photographs, negatives, and digital images; offers a unique perspective on the study of images of western art; rich features - including rare materials, photographs of artists in their studios, and gifts from featured scholars can be found within; ; ; ; ; ; 
Festival of India - festivals put on by Hare Krishna followers; involves chariot parades with Jagannatha and the arts, music, culture festivals, and free vegetarian feast around cities in North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Australia and other parts of the world
Global Glimpse (globalglimpse.org) - A nonprofit organization providing travel to high school students while engaging them in a leadership development program
Hippopotamus from the tomb of Senbi - Senbi
Indian lilt or sub-continental lilt - characteristic speaking style (independent of accent) of the people of the Indian sub-continent
Jankunú - a traditional New Years dance celebration (aka: Wanaragua or Máscaro) among the Garífuna villages on the Caribbean Coast of Central America, and which have European, African and Indigenous (Arawak and Carib) influences in motifs.
Nigerian name - Nigerian personal names appear to differ significantly from Anglosphere names (see the numerous variations of Yusuf Sulaimon Lasun's name) and an independent article on the subject along the lines of Icelandic name would be helpful. ~Hijiri88, May 2016
fabric paint - fabric paints and painting such as cameo, Hobbytex, and Trichem; ; ; 
Gambling in Georgia (country) - Nowadays a lot of Turks and Russians travel to Georgia in order to go to casino, and plenty of Georgians are addicted to gambling, causing domestic violence and suicides
Grandma's Attic- a children's game where they come up with random objects that they "found" in their grandma's attic, and each person has to list them all.
List of chess games between Kasparov and Karpov - an article similar to 'List of chess games between Kasparov and Kramnik', or 'List of chess games between Anand and Kramnik'; 
making the Ulfberht sword - this sword was a viking sword from the 1,000. the way that the vikings put carbon into the iron was by smashing the bones of a great ancestor or animal that had died into the iron wile it was hot. it is also said that these swords are made into Damascus steel. +VLFBERH+T is this swords true name. Dokuma Kadife KumaşDüz Konsept KumaşSoft Konsept KumaşJakarlı Döşemelik Kumaş
Marksman Classic 1010 - brand of air gun; produced by Marksman
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek (A casino offering over 2,000 slots, live table games, poker, concerts, restaurants and more owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida in Coconut Creek, FL.) (https://casinococo.com)
Scram Escape Rooms - an Escape Room in Sydney, Australia.
Students of the World - Is a kid friendly penpal website for all ages. It was founded in 1995 by French Nicolas, Yvonne, Géraldine, and Marie-Jo, as a snailmail website. Then in 2001 it began to offer more services like email-penpals, blogs, clubs, and pictures.
The Stream Station - ; Is a community built around a custom coded chat and a YouTube AutoPilot, all of the site content is community sourced. Site users can apply to become a streamer and go live to all other people on the page at the time, using services such as Twitch.tv, Hitbox.tv, Beam_(website) and YouTube.
The Homestead Resort (thehomesteadresort.com); - four-season destination resort; largest employer in Leelanau County, Michigan; located on the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
IT'Z - party place
Jackpocket (jackpocket.com) (Lottery courier service and mobile app that allows users to place ticket orders for official state lottery games in Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Texas. The app is also used for pooling lottery tickets, checking drawing results for state Lotteries in the United States, and locating physical lottery retailers nationwide.) () () () () ()()
Kraken Con krakencon.com) - relatively small convention; meets twice a year in the Spring and Fall; first convention held October 8, 2013, at South San Francisco Conference Center with 988 attendees
LRC (Hong Kong) (lrc.com.hk) - 125-year-old sporting club in Hong Kong
Myths and Legends Convention (often shortened to MALCon) (malcondenver.com) - annual fandom convention held in Denver, Colorado; first held in September 2013; 2014 and 2015 held in August; 2016 scheduled for August; events generally include larger gatherings such as dances (Yule Ball, Shindig) and entertainment (Second Breakfast, Mad Hatter Tea), interactive programming (chain mail, costume piece making), gaming (including tabletop boardgames and RPGs), and discussions and panels; programming focuses on specific fandoms year to year; ; 
Rainbow Slides Leisure Centre - defunct; based in Stirling, Scotland; "Rainbow Slides Farewell" on YouTube includes old pictures of the inside and outside of the building; has famous mural
Red Flannel Festival (redflannelfestival.org) - always on the first Saturday in October in Cedar Springs, Michigan; fiftheen-oldest festival in the Michigan
Band of Maniacal Brothers - California-based gaming organization; since 2002; ; ; 
Big Jay's Workshop - custom resin molding and casting, inventor of the 'Artisan Dice' line of giant D20s with various items embedded within the dice
Bricklink - the second-largest online Lego marketplace
Columbus Area Boardgaming Society (CABS) (buckeyeboardgamers.org) - one of the largest board gaming clubs in the United States (); more than 400 members (, ); library includes over 1,000 games dedicated to "bringing the gamers of Central Ohio together" (); sponsors board gaming convention Buckeye Game Fest every Fall (, , ); runs the Board Room at Origins Game Fair (, ); has local food trucks at weekly meetings ()
Cuboro - Cuboro Marble track system; Swiss made, over 25 years old, many elements; 
conan exiles best armor - Conan Exiles heavy armor, scale armor, is a product of the mind and the desire to make Conan exiles armor sets the most feared and formidable warrior ever known.
[Duskwood Interactive Detective Story] (Duskwood is a modern detective game where the player has to solve a mysterious kidnapping case. Through multimedia content like text messaging, pictures and video calling, the player tries to uncover the kidnapper and ends up becoming a target. The game has been charted top ten in 29 countries.)Everbyte, Producer of Duskwood
Head Games Publishing Inc - a publisher and developer of value-priced outdoor sports and lifestyle PC CD-ROM games located near Minneapolis, Minnesota. I tried to make one earlier but got rejected. I need some one with better knowledge and experience then me to create a wikipedia page on Head Games Publishing.
Indoor Play Centre - A commonplace type of business which lacks a Wikipedia page. I did try to create one a few years ago but because one single sentence out of the whole article was uncited, the whole page was rejected. Kaid100 (talk) 17:20, 13 November 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Trexi (trexi.com.sg) - collectible figure; comes in range of designs from urban artists, licenses, even corporate companies; created in 2005; popular among collectors who also collect Dunny (collectible figure), Bearbrick
trilambdathon - event; combines a number of individual games including a flip-cup boat race, competitive eating of a hot dog, BB gun target shooting, and running
Triqo - construction toy; for mathematical shapes
Tweakie People - figurine toys and vehicles; by J. Chein; circa late 1960s to early 1970s
Weird N' Wild Creatures - developed by the International Masters Publishers company
What Is D? - game with concealed rules in which a person associates objects or ideas in sets of 4 by saying, "if A is ..., B is ..., and C is ..., then D is ..." and other players attempt to guess the rule for determining D given A, B, and C, and no rule in fact exists, with D being chosen randomly; lacking sources to cite for this game's rules - can anybody help?
Yavalath - strategy game for two players; notable as a game which was devised by a computer; players win by placing four counters in a row, but lose if they place three in a row beforehand; ; 
Yeehaw! - drinking game; popular with the engineers at the University of British Columbia
You've Been Sentenced - game; developed by McNeill Designs for Brighter Minds; winner, "Oppenheim Toy Portfolio GOLD Award!" and iParenting Award
Dan Klistner - American toy designer; known for creating handheld games like Bop It, Preplexus and Simon
Teddy Dief - American game designer; known for co-creating Hyper Light Drifter. former Creative Director at Square Enix. aka "Teddy Diefenbach". wikipedia:  external: [1,000][1,001][1,002]
Klask - Board game in which each player tries to score a ball in the other's goal using their magnetic game pieces. Developed in 2013, Klask has quickly become popular around the world, winning a variety of awards, including best board game of 2015. [1,006]
Lie Cheat & Steal (board game) - 1971 board game; created by Contact Games; distributed by Dynamic Design Industries
Tod Foley - designer of role-playing games ([1,175]) and interactive entertainment; founder, As If Productions; role-playing works include DayTrippers, CyberSpace and The SpaceMaster Companion, as well as other role-playing games and modules for Iron Crown Enterprises; interactive works include Ghosts in the Machine (LARP), Ocean Voyager (CD-ROM game for Times-Mirror Magazines) and The World of South Park (online virtual world for Comedy Central)
rainbow bondage bear - a somewhat conspiracy over the meaning behind One Direction's two stuffed-bear "mascots", controlled by members Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles.
performance, participation - a postmodern literary theory championed by Ihab Hassan. It has to do with how postmodern texts demand a certain reaction or level of interaction from the reader. The main thing that has it is Hassan's work Pluralism in Postmodern Perspectivebmw yedek parçaplastik paletsilikon hortum
Realist theory of identity
José Pijoan - Catalanian author of History of art (16 volumes encyclopedia from prehistory to modern art, with really nice colored pictures)
Cortes Day - an unofficial holiday on Cortes island that is a big part of its community and tourism.
Dolce Vespa (dolcevespa.com) - Dolce Vespa Via Adriano Balbi, 14, 00176 Roma RM 347 631 7932 This is the first scooter-on-demand tourism company and online tour guide in Rome, Italy. Located on a historically significant street and culturally inclusive neighborhood of Pigneto, Italy.
Evan Evans Tours - could you add a separate page for Evan Evans Tours which is a brand within The Travel Corporation? You already have a page for The Travel Corporation where Evan Evans Tours is listed but when you click on it, it doesn’t have any information. Evan Evans Tours is the longest running sightseeing operator in London and is currently in its 88th year of business. I’m happy to help with information. We are also in contact with the grandchildren of the founder, Mr. Evan Evans - a former Mayor of the Borough of St. Pancras.
Ice Castles, LLC (icecastles.com) - Winter tourist attraction in 6 North American locations, expanding to New Zealand in 2018.
Jebbribillum Bora Ring Aboriginal site Gold Coast Highway Burleigh Heads Gold Coast Queensland Australia
Jungle Adventures A Real Florida Animal Park (Nature Park and Animal Park located in Christmas, Florida) (www.jungleadventures.com)
Pandaw River Expeditions (Luxury Oriental Colonial River Cruising in South East Asia) (Pandaw.com)
Laboracay (LaBoracay is a summer party event celebrated in the island of Boracay in the Philippines. An event that is becoming a cultural celebration of the place where famous local and international artists flock what is dubbed as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.) (https://bansbeachresort.com/home/what-is-laboracay/)
La Chartreuse du Sord (lesord.com) - Arise in the Morning
Tapola Lake - Also known as 'Mini Kashmir', an unexplored place near Mahabaleshwar (Maharashtra, India), the lake is spread over the area of around 100km as told by locals (request dated - 15th Jan 2021)
Bear Country USA - A popular wildlife park outside of Rapid City, South Dakota which allows tourists to see wildlife such as wolves, bears, and elk.
List of amusement park rankings has multiple sections that have not been updated since 2019. Would appreciate someone better than me assume that undertaking.