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September 10, 2018
Are Smartphone Users Weeding Out Facebook?
A new survey suggests that Facebook users are aggressively deleting the app from their phones—but are they really? In the latest episode of eMarketer’s “Behind the Numbers,” we dig into the data about social network users and their attitudes about privacy. How is Facebook’s usage holding up amidst continuing scrutiny of its business? Listen In
The Reported Death of Email Has Been Greatly Exaggerated
Download our latest white paper to uncover five use cases where leveraging email addresses as a key identity marker to de-anonymize consumers and tie together disparate pieces of their identity will provide your business with the greatest return.
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How Bid Shading Is Changing Programmatic Auctions
Adam Soroca, head of the global buyer team at Rubicon Project, spoke about how advertisers use bid shading to mitigate the difference in prices between different types of programmatic auctions. Read Interview
An interview with:
Adam Soroca
Head of Global Buyer Team
Rubicon Project
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Last Chance to Register: Best Practices for Local Area Marketing Webinar
Getting marketing materials ready for local markets can be a tough challenge. Join eMarketer tomorrow for a Tech Talk Tuesday webinar featuring Catherine Josef, project manager at Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide and Ted Lesher, managing director of BrandMaker, who will share secrets on how to maintain brand consistency in materials for your partners and distributed teams. Reserve My Seat
More Product Searches Start on Amazon
Google might leave Bing and Yahoo in the dust for visits, but the popular search engine has been losing some shine as the go-to platform for product search. A number of consumer surveys have shown that more US digital shoppers now start their searches on Amazon. Read Article on eMarketer Retail
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Bebel Gilberto
September 3 @ 8:00 PM
City Winery




The multi-Grammy-nominated Bebel Gilberto's latest album, Tudo, which means “everything” in English, showcases Bebel’s ethereal vocals and wistful, dreamy song writing in each of the CD’s 12 tracks. Bebel splits her time between Rio de Janeiro and New York City; she’s exquisitely synthesized musical influences from both cities in every track. Bebel’s sultry tonality is constant throughout Tudo as are the warm and playful Brazilian rhythms that include wood bongos and shakers. The gorgeous melodies are shaped by touches of electronica, and Bebel’s intimate vocals hint at a fantastical Rio de Janeiro. 




Beatriz Bracher presents I Didn’t Talk
Conversation with translator Adam Morris, moderated by Eric Becker - Wine recenoittion to follow.
September 11 @ 7:30 PM
Greenlight Bookstor
 




Beatriz Bracher’s novel I Didn’t Talk represents the English-language debut of a master stylist: a compassionate but relentless novel about the long, dark harvest of Brazil’s totalitarian rule. As a professor prepares to retire from São Paulo to the countryside, it isn’t the urban violence he’s fleeing: what he fears most is the violence of his memory.  


Área de anexos

OSGEMEOS at Artists in Residence
September 21 - April 2019
Mattress Factory - Pittsburgh, PA



Artists in Residence: William Earl Kofmehl III, Laleh Mehran, OSGEMEOS, Karina Smigla-Bobinski, and Christina A. West
September 21, 2018 - August 4, 2019
Each artist will create a new, site-specific, room-sized installation for the exhibition. Several installations will include opportunites for direct visitor interaction. Participating artists include William Earl Kofmehl III from Pittsburgh, PA; Laleh Mehran fron Denver, CO; Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo, better known as OSGEMEOS, from São Paolo, Brazil; Karina Smigla-Bobinski from Munich, Germany; and Christina A. West from Atlanta, GA.



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Nilson Matta's Brazilian Jazz Voyage
September 1st @ 8:00 PM
Maverick Concert Hall - Woodstock, NY  



Samba! Bossa Nova! Choro! Afro-Brazilian!
NILSON MATTA| (Joe Henderson, Yo Yo Ma) on acoustic bass & percussion
DARIO ESKENAZ | (Mongo Santamaria, Tito Puente) on piano
JORGE CONTINENTINO | (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gilberto Gil) on sax & flute
MARCELLO PELLITTERI | (Winton Marsalis, Kenny Barron) on drums
Considered one of the greatest bassists in the world, Grammy nominated Matta has been a force in the evolution and popularity of Brazilian jazz.


Clecio Lira at the Governors Island Art Fair 2018
September 1–30 (Saturdays and Sundays, 11am – 6pm)
Governors Island, Colonels Row  



For the 2018 edition, Governors Island Art Fair will feature a wide range of artists from across the U.S. and international artists from as far at Iran, Israel, Ireland, Poland, South Korea, and Brazil. The featured artists were selected by 4heads co-founders Laemmle, Robinson, and Zito from more than 800 proposals submitted through the nonprofit’s open call. The selection includes artists new to the 4heads community, as well as those that have shown previously at either or both GIAF and Portal art fair. Returning artists make up an important aspect of the 4heads mission, which is focused on both providing presentation opportunities for artists and supporting artists through the ongoing development and evolution of their careers. GIAF continues to offer fair participation to artists free of charge, with 70% of sales also going directly to the artists.  

More information:http://www.4heads.org/governors-island-art-fair-2018/


Carin Kulb Dangot at Scale 
September 4 – October 14
Deanna Evans Projects
 

 

Deanna Evans Projects is excited to announce, SCALE, a group exhibition featuring Carin Dangot, Sam Jablon, Alison Kudlow, Dana Powell, Andrew Schwartz, Elisa Soliven, Rhian Swierat and Leah Tacha. The exhibition focuses on the effect of scale on a work of art.




Organizing for Action

Think about something with me for a second:

It's been 53 years since the Voting Rights Act became law, strengthening our democracy and ensuring that every American could exercise their right to vote.

That might seem like a long time, but when you think about our country's history, it's really not long at all: Just a few decades since all those brave men and women -- knowing they'd be intimidated, turned away, or even beaten -- stood up to fight for their right to cast a ballot anyway.

These courageous leaders didn't lead that movement for themselves alone. They led it for future generations, too. They led it for us.

Now, it's our turn. We need to honor their legacy. We need to continue their work. And that's why I'm reaching out to you today, Sula:

I want you to join me and When We All Vote, my new initiative to make sure every eligible American casts their vote on Election Day.

The right to vote is the most powerful tool we have to make our voices heard as citizens. And if we want to keep this movement alive, it's up to us to make sure everyone exercises that right in November.

There are so many ways you can help When We All Vote in this final push before Election Day:

Host an event in your neighborhood to register voters. Train your friends on how to spread the word to others. Fire folks up to do their part in our democracy. Talk to everyone you know.

There's too much at stake this year to sit it out, Sula.

Join me on the When We All Vote team -- and say you're ready to get to work:

I'm in

Thank you,

Michelle Obama

















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