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The huge dance floor allows you to show off your best salsa moves. MDN Dance Studio offers a free Salsa lesson, which takes place from - . After 10pm, the party continues with DJs from La Mega 97.9 and X 96.3.
Other fun monthly and weekly events Monmouth Singles hosts include guided walking tours, museum trips, boardwalk walks, concerts and theatre events, movie trips, discussion groups and more!
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Bmore Poly is hosting Poly Speed Dating in the DC/MD/VA area! ), and you need to be checked-in by at the latest. And tons of other events are listed in addition to this one.
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It was a pleasure to sit with [Web Director and Marketing Associate] Mieke Chew, [Executive Vice President] Laurie Callahan, and [President] Barbara Epler and learn about their favorite upcoming and backlist titles,” she said.
“It is clear that they adore the books they publish, and their enthusiasm is infectious.
There are actually two meridional modes, one in the Atlantic and one in the Pacific.In that vein, let me introduce you to Pacific Meridional Mode (PMM).If we’re going to keep with the earlier theme of speed dating our way through various patterns of climate variability (betcha can’t wait ‘till your eight minutes with “The Blob”), then our next partner is the PMM and its interactions with ENSO.“They have a fantastic perspective on helping books sell through, whether it is jacket treatment, format, or reminding publishers and editors to include certain information, be it on Edelweiss or on the actual book itself,” Cannon said.“Sometimes, editors and publishers are too close to the project and, of course, as the sales director and the voice of the reps, I try to make sure that the marketplace feedback from the reps gets to publishers and editors. The Publicists Speed Dating program — the first at BEA — took place at the Javits Center’s Galleria Hall and consisted of 12-minute conversations between one bookstore and one publicist at a time.