The Plymouth Cookbook
Not just a fish-and-chips seaside community any more, Plymouth is now home to innovative restaurateurs and chefs, skilled in many diverse areas—French cuisine, Caribbean flair, or Korean BBQ, just to name a few. It’s possible to find melt-in-your-mouth, house-smoked meats; farm-to-table organic dining; not to mention, arguably the best oysters and seafood in the country. Restaurant owners and chefs have seen the value in what Plymouth has to offer. The Plymouth Cookbook is proud to be part of that experience—a one-of-a-kind memento that highlights the diversity we embrace, the sense of community we cherish, the tradition we are proud of, and the future we look forward to.
Tails of America's Hometown
A whimsical rendition of Plymouth’s very own major Public Art Display is written by Claudine LeBlanc Reid, Plymouth resident herself and beautifully illustrated in original watercolor designs by artist Jan Walsh. Twenty-nine original fiberglass structures created by local artists are on display throughout America’s Hometown. This book features the gorgeous lobsters—true pieces of art—throughout the town, telling a charming story of Plymouth, Massachusetts while sharing pieces of history and noting local landmarks. "Tails” of America’s Hometown is riddled with life lessons and positive messages of kindness and hope.
Plymouth Public Schools Joins THE SPECTRUM MAGAZINE
Moore Media and RE/MAX Spectrum are happy to announce that the Plymouth Public School system is partnering with The Spectrum Magazine. The PPS will now be providing about 16 pages of content (the Plymouth Voyager section) that will include student spotlights, faculty spotlights, alumni spotlights, awards, curriculum information, student engagment program information, community information, and school news. We know this will be a valuable addition to the community contribution of this magazine.
Welcome to THE SPECTRUM MAGAZINE
Moore Media is proud to collaborate with RE/MAX Spectrum to produce a new lifestyle and real estate magazine for the South Shore of Massachusetts. The magazine highlights the South Shore towns of Carver, Duxbury, Hanover, Kingston, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth, and Scituate. Each issue contains a Town Spotlight section, dedicated to a specific town, a large Events section that gives details about fun events happening all around the South Shore, and there are the real estate listings from the Plymouth and Pembroke RE/MAX Spectrum offices. Currently, the publication is mailed to 30,000 homes in Plymouth and Pembroke. In the near future, we expect that number to rise to 60,000+ mailings a month on the South Shore. You can find links to the latest issue available for online reading at The Spectrum Magazine's facebook page:
Thank You Microsoft Office 2013
Let's be honest. Most of us are unhappy when a new software upgrade is thrust upon us. However, we at Moore Media welcome the opportunity to design and create new textbooks and learning guides for students to explain how these new software products work. During the past year, we had the great opportunity to design some 18 textbooks and 36 textbook covers, for books that cover the new Office 2013 suite of software products (available from Prentice Hall). These books are designed for high-school and college students nationwide, and meet a variety of state-specific curriculum. They are chocked full of hands-on tutorials, for beginners through advanced learners. Check out the main edition, available at Amazon: Learning Microsoft Office 2013
Moore Media is currently sponsoring a recipe contest. We are in search of the best gluten-free dessert recipes! This is an issue that is close to our hearts, and our stomachs. We are looking for new and inventive recipes that are easy and delicious. Of course, it's free to enter. The first-place recipe winner gets a $75 gift certificate to the Gluten Free Mall. The contest is ongoing until enough entries (100 in total) are received. CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.
Queue the scary music and get ready for JAWSFEST 2012. We will be heading to Martha's Vineyard as one of the sponsors of the second official JAWSFEST celebration. In addition to celebrating the cast and crew of the movie, which was filmed on Martha's Vineyard, the event will highlight the fans of the film, who will be present in abundance. There will be a series of planned discussions with event VIPs on the making of the movie, and how it affected their lives and families in the 1970s. There will also be plenty of fan-centric events that allow us all to get involved. Moore Media plans on doing some filming of the event, and releasing a short film in the near future. Please visit the official website, at the link above, for more on the event.
and Moore Media are proud to announce that their short film iMistress was chosen as Viewer's Choice Best Comedy Short at the Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival, which took place in Muskogee, OK, April 13-22. Thank you Bare Bones! The festival was founded 13 years ago, to provide a platform from which to showcase low-budget (less than one million dollars) independent movies with a focus on championing the Bare Bones Auteur (a multitasking visionary who assumes responsibility for creative and business aspects). You can watch the trailer for iMistress at iMistress Movie Trailer.
When you commit yourself to ongoing learning, it is important to not get discouraged by temporary setbacks. Even our mistakes teach us something. As Thomas Edison once said, "I have not failed. I've found 10,000 ways that don't work."