Toloo (Persian : طلوع) is an Iranian newspaper in Fars Province. The concessionaire of this magazine was Abdolhamidkhan Matinossaltaneh and it was published in Bushire since 1900.
A cartoon is a type of illustration that is typically drawn, sometimes animated, in an unrealistic or semi-realistic style. The specific meaning has evolved over time, but the modern usage usually refers to either: an image or series of images intended for satire, caricature, or humor; or a motion picture that relies on a sequence of illustrations for its animation. Someone who creates cartoons in the first sense is called a cartoonist, and in the second sense they are usually called an animator.
Gary Larson is an American cartoonist, environmentalist, and former musician. He is the creator of The Far Side, a single-panel cartoon series that was syndicated internationally to more than 1,900 newspapers for fifteen years. The series ended with Larson's retirement on January 1, 1995. In September 2019, his website alluded to a "new online era of The Far Side". On July 8, 2020, Larson released three new comics, his first in 25 years. His twenty-three books of collected cartoons have combined sales of more than forty-five million copies.
The Far Side is a single-panel comic created by Gary Larson and syndicated by Chronicle Features and then Universal Press Syndicate, which ran from December 31, 1979, to January 1, 1995. Its surrealistic humor is often based on uncomfortable social situations, improbable events, an anthropomorphic view of the world, logical fallacies, impending bizarre disasters, references to proverbs, or the search for meaning in life. Larson's frequent use of animals and nature in the comic is popularly attributed to his background in biology. The Far Side was ultimately carried by more than 1,900 daily newspapers, translated into 17 languages, and collected into calendars, greeting cards, and 23 compilation books, and reruns are still carried in many newspapers. After a 25-year hiatus, in July 2020 Larson began drawing new Far Side strips offered through the comic's official website.
Searchlight is a British magazine, founded in 1975 by Gerry Gable, which publishes exposés about racism, antisemitism and fascism in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
The Australian, with its Saturday edition, The Weekend Australian, is a broadsheet newspaper published by News Corp Australia since 14 July 1964. As the only Australian daily newspaper distributed nationally, its readership as of September 2019 of both print and online editions was 2,394,000. Its editorial line has been self-described over time as centre-right
The Dominion Post is a metropolitan daily newspaper published in Wellington, New Zealand. It is owned by media business Stuff Ltd, formerly the New Zealand branch of Australian media company Fairfax Media. Weekday issues are now in tabloid format, and its Saturday edition is in broadsheet format.
The Sankei Shimbun is a daily newspaper in Japan published by the Sankei Shimbun Co., Ltd. It has the seventh-highest circulation for regional newspapers in Japan. Among Japanese newspapers, the circulation is second only to Yomiuri Shimbun, Seikyo Shimbun, Asahi Shimbun, Chunichi Shimbun, Mainichi Shimbun, the Nikkei, Nikkan Gendai, and Tokyo Sports.
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The Manila Bulletin, is the Philippines' largest English language broadsheet newspaper by circulation. Founded in 1900, it is the second oldest newspaper published in the Philippines and the second oldest English newspaper in the Far East. It bills itself as "The Nation's Leading Newspaper", which is its official slogan.
The Cairns Post is a major News Corporation newspaper in Far North Queensland, Australia, that exclusively serves the Cairns area. It has daily coverage on local, state, national and world news, plus a wide range of sections and liftouts covering health, beauty, cars and lifestyle. The Cairns Post is published every weekday and a weekend edition which is called The Weekend Post which is published on Saturdays.
Brian Morton is a Scottish writer, journalist and former broadcaster, specialising in jazz and modern literature.
Pittsburgh is home to the first commercial radio station in the United States, KDKA 1020AM; the first community-sponsored television station in the United States, WQED 13; the first "networked" television station and the first station in the country to broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, KDKA 2; and the first newspaper published west of the Allegheny Mountains, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Until 2016 Pittsburgh was one of the few mid-sized metropolitan areas in the U.S. with two major daily papers; both the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review have histories of breaking in-depth investigative news stories on a national scale. In 2016, the Tribune-Review moved to an all-digital format. The Post-Gazette moved to publishing five print editions a week in 2018, three print editions a week in 2019, and two print editions a week in 2021. The alternative papers in the region include the Pittsburgh City Paper; Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle; The New People, published weekly by the Thomas Merton Center for Peace and Social Justice; the New Pittsburgh Courier, one of the larger ethnic publications in the region; and Zajedničar, the only Croatian-language newspaper currently published in the United States. The Pitt News, a financially independent student-written and -managed newspaper of the University of Pittsburgh, is closing in on its 100th year of publication. The University of Pittsburgh School of Law also hosts JURIST, the world's only university-based legal news service.
Taki's Magazine, called Takimag for short, is an online magazine of politics and culture published by the Greek paleoconservative journalist and socialite Taki Theodoracopulos and edited by his daughter Mandolyna Theodoracopulos. Initially called Taki's Top Drawer, the site was redesigned and relaunched under its current title in March 2008 with a subsequent redesign in 2010. The website is sympathetic to the far-right. It received criticism in 2013 after it published articles in support of the Greek neo-Nazi political party Golden Dawn.
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Mozaffari is an Iranian newspaper in Fars Province. The concessionaire of this magazine was Mirza Aliagha Shirazi and it was published in Bushire since 1901.
Fars or Al-Montabaato fi-l-Fars is an Iranian newspaper in Fars region. The concessionaire of this magazine was Mirza Taghi-Khan Kashani and it was published in Shiraz since 1872. This was the first modern newspaper which was published in southern Iran.
The Fars is an Iranian newspaper in Fars Province. The concessionaires of this magazine were Forsat-od-Dowleh Shirazi and Fazlollah Banan and it was published in Shiraz since 1913.
Far Out Magazine is a British online culture magazine, headquartered in London and founded in 2010. Far Out focuses on independent and alternative culture, reviewing music, films and the arts along with relative interviews and curated playlists.
Kanssallissosialisti was a National Socialist newspaper published in Helsinki between 1941 and 1944.