North Equity Announces Acquisition of Iconic Brands Including Popular Science, Saveur, Outdoor Life and Field & Stream

NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — North Equity, a leading digital media venture equity firm, today announced that it has acquired a number of media brands from Bonnier Corporation. The acquisition includes Popular Science, Popular Photography, Saveur, Outdoor Life, Field & Stream, Better You and Interesting Things.

The additions complement North Equity’s robust home platform, where Saveur will join BobVila.com and Kitchenistic to form a new food category. They will also create a new specialty media vertical under Popular Science and Popular Photography, and expand North’s growing footprint in the military, tactical and outdoor verticals, where it recently added Task & Purpose, one of the leading digital media properties for active-duty military and veterans. 

“Since inception, the North team has proved our ability to acquire, reimagine and profitably grow media brands,” said Andrew Perlman, North Equity Managing Partner. “We have

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IQHQ Completes Acquisition, Breaks Ground on Iconic Development to Transform San Diego’s Waterfront into a Life Science Hub

The Research and Development District will capture the innovative spirit of San Diego and enhance the experience of working in life sciences with a premier, urban, mixed-use waterfront campus including laboratory, office and retail space

IQHQ, Inc., a premier life sciences real estate development company, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of an iconic development site along San Diego’s waterfront. In addition, IQHQ introduced a new brand to capture the significance of the site – the San Diego Research and Development District (The RaDD) – and announced the start of construction.

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IQHQ’s Research and Development District (The RaDD) is situated on more than eight acres – representing the largest urban commercial waterfront site along California’s Pacific coast. (Photo: Business Wire)

“San Diego has some of the brightest minds and innovative companies that have made our region a

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ARHT Media’s HoloPresence Technology Utilized By Singapore’s Iconic Marina Bay Sands Hotel As Part Of Their Innovative New Hybrid Event Stage

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TORONTO, Sep 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
The newly designed event space will reignite the MICE industry through hybrid events that bring smaller groups together in-person while also streaming to larger audiences online using a blend of holograms, mixed reality and state-of-the-art presentation technology.

ARHT Media Inc. (“ARHT” or “the Company”) (TSXV:ART), the global leader in the development, production and distribution of high-quality, low latency hologram and digital content, is pleased to have their HoloPresence technology at the iconic Marina Bay Sands (MBS) hotel in Singapore as part of the luxury hotel’s groundbreaking new hybrid 3D event stage, specially designed for the MICE industry to deliver rich interactive hybrid presentations and bring a mix of presenters together as holograms and in-person. The new space can host events that include small groups of attendees gathering in

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Black Hole From Iconic Image Appears to Be Wobbling

Black hole M87*.

Black hole M87*.
Image: EHT Collaboration

Scientists are learning important new things about the first-ever directly imaged black hole, including behaviors consistent with Einsteinian theory, but it’s also showing an unexpected feature in the form of a very wobbly ring.

Seems like forever ago, but we finally got to feast our eyes on the apparently unseeable back in April 2019, when this incredible image of a supermassive black hole was first released. Of course, we can’t actually “see” the black hole, because, as any 6-year-old will happily tell you, black holes have a habit of sucking up light. What the picture does show, however, is an asymmetric ring, known as the black hole’s shadow, of superheated gas swirling around the black hole’s event horizon—that boundary beyond which light cannot escape.

This particular black hole, with the mass of 6.5 billion Suns, is located 55 million light-years away

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