Global Drip Coffee Pot market 2019: size, share, demand, trends, growth and 2025 forecasts explored in latest research

“Drip Coffee Pot – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2025”

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, December 2, 2019 / — Global Drip Coffee Pot Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

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At the start, the report mentions a comprehensive analysis and forecast of the Drip Coffee Pot market on a global as well as regional level. The report delivers complete data from 2019 to 2025 based on the revenue generation, and historical, existing, and forecasted growth in the market in terms of the market value and volume. Moreover, the report comprises notable changes taking place in the market structures over the evaluation period. A diverse analysis of influential trends in the Drip Coffee Pot market, confirmable projections, along with macro and micro-economic indicators, regulations, and mandates have also been added in the study. In doing so, the report casts light on the growth of each significant segment of the market over the forecast period.

Regional Analysis

The assessment and forecast of the Drip Coffee Pot industry have been studied on a regional and global basis. Based on the region, the Drip Coffee Pot market has been studied in the (North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific) and the main countries (United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and China).

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Mundunur: A 1,000-Year-Old Italian Medieval Village and South Italy Confront 2020

The Pantano — where rare birds and butterflies fly around grazing cows and horses.

The valley below the village where hundreds of horses roam freely.

Portanuova, one of the ancient passageways through the defensive walls of the village.

Medieval archway that served as one of the gates through the fortified village walls.l

Centuries of farming and animal husbandry in Montenero Val Cocchiara have been replaced by modern conveniences.

Fiat — a symbol of transition from a thousand years of agricultural labor to modern times.

A Encompassing Account of Mundunur (Montenero Val Cocchiara) and Its Historical Relationship with South Italy

Avoids the overwrought and saccharine nostalgia that occasionally mar books on the Italian-American experience. Even those not from… Italy, should still find the book enjoyable and informative.”

— Dr. Ray LaVerghetta, Abruzzo & Molise Heritage Society of Washington DC

SANTA FE, NM, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2019 / — For those who have an affinity for sunny southern Italy, the newest book from Via Media Publishing will draw your interest. Enthusiasts of Italian history, culture, and travel will find rich details throughout the pages of Mundunur: A Mountain Village Under the Spell of South Italy.

In standard Italian, Mundunur is commonly known as Montenero, an abbreviation of Montenero Val Cocchiara. Located on the border of Italy’s the Abruzzo and Molise regions, it seems to be a typical mountain village. However, it proves to be more than that. Mundunur offers an unusual perspective for readers. It is an interesting starting point for learning about the centuries of Molise history and its interrelationship with south Italy.

Certainly the village and its people retain unique traditions and character traits because of its relative seclusion. It functioned as an agricultural medieval village for over one thousand years. As fully revealed in this book—its history was tinted by contacts with numerous powerful groups over many centuries. Since Naples was the political and cultural heartbeat of south Italy, it sewed threads that tie Mundunur to a heritage common to all living in the south.

Author Michele DiMarco draws on a rich bibliography and from numerous sources of civil and ecclesiastical archives. He reconstructs Mundunur’s history from its origins to the present day. Given the absence so far of a historical monograph entirely dedicated to this community in the region of Molise, the resulting work fills a void in local historiography.
The volume unfolds in sixteen chapters. In the first three, the author illustrates the history of his family and the link with Mundunur and then reviews all the historical periods from antiquity to the present. He always provides the historical context, taking care to explain to a readership—which may not be very familiar with Italian history—the dynamics and historical processes that affected the history of southern Italy in past centuries.

A century ago Mundunur had a population of two thousand. Today the number of inhabitants is only slightly more than five hundred. The village is now in the process of redefining itself. The agricultural way of life has passed and people are either leaving the village or are hoping for new ways to be employed. Village residents are now in preparation and actively moving toward the future. It is logical that they develop work, such as geotourism, associated with the spended geographic setting and the fascinating breed of Pentro horse that has roamed the scenic valley for over two thousand years.

Many who have long since moved from Mundunur write that the old village is the best place in the world. Their warm and fuzzy sentiments are certainly fostered by heavy doses of nostalgia. However, things are not always the way they seem. There are good reasons why millions left south Italy and why Mundunur’s population today is one-fourth of what it was in 1900. History bears witness to the rough reality of Mundunur, Molise, and southern Italy.

Non-natives are having an influence, such as those from Rome and Naples who have purchased vacation homes in this tranquil setting. New homes are being constructed and wonderful medieval buildings are being refurbished. People with foresight have created new businesses in the village, including an agricultural museum and a yoga/tai chi retreat. Foreigners from Romania, India, the United States, Belgium, and elsewhere have taken up residence in Mundunur. They bring fresh energy and stimulating views. Their influx is not a totally new phenomenon. A millennia of migrations provided Italy with a good mix of DNA, reflected in every century of history. Montenerese may show traces of Greek, Spanish, Arabic, Germanic, and Nordic in their genetic makeup. As the newest members of the village, babies of varied genetic inheritance are learning to walk on the paths formerly used only by farmers and their donkeys.

Like birds in seasonal migration, expatriates return every summer to Mundunur, mostly from the United States, Canada, and a number of European countries. Many maintain ancestral homes here, so it is convenient for them to stay a month or two. Their presence doubles the population, bringing an international flair to every inch of the village. Over many decades, these foreigners have certainly enhanced and supported the village financially, culturally, and emotionally. More so, being infused by blood ties to the village, they have transferred cultural traits from Mundunur to many parts of the world.

People who have roots in the village are often inspired by the lives of their ancestors. By knowing the hardships of their parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents, they have become energized with a strong work ethic and a desire to not waste time with superficial distractions. In addition to the hard labor required to live in an agricultural village in the High Molise, ancestors experienced the horrors of war, poverty, famine, and earthquakes. Those of the younger generation, without awareness of their roots, have no clear vision for the future. Perhaps if families and friends talked more about ancestors and the past, they would understand the present better—and be inspired for creating the future.

Anyone with roots in south Italy will certainly benefit from reading this book. However, the author’s greater aspiration is that others will equally enjoy the story of Mundunur as a metaphor for their own ancestral village or town, regardless of country—or even see the village as a microcosm of the world, where the forces of history and culture forge the character of people. Hopefully this book will bring topics to the table for many stimulating discussions so more can appreciate their own heritage. Doing so may motivate us to regularly nourish the qualities in our characters that make us better human beings and a vital part of family and community.

The book can now be ordered through Via Media Publishing and Amazon websites.

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Mundunur (Montenero Val Cocchiara): An Italian mountain village under the spell South Italy

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Cobb County Public Safety Foundation To Hold Reds, Blues, and Brews On December 8th

Organization Will Unveil Signature Wines To Benefit Cobb County Public Safety Community

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2019 / — The Cobb County Public Safety Foundation (CCPSF) announces it will be holding Reds, Blues, and Brews on December 8, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Shezmu Cellars at 562 Wylie Rd SE, Suite 3, Marietta, GA 30067 where it will unveil its signature wines that it will sell to benefit the Cobb County Public Safety Community. The event will have live entertainment, hors d oeuvres, and wine purchases of the signature wines will be used to benefit the public safety community.

“Our public safety officers put their lives on the line daily,” said Lance LoRusso, CEO of the Cobb County Public Safety Foundation. “We formed to serve and support the Cobb County heroes who protect us every day. The Reds, Blues, and Brews event is a fun way to raise money for our public safety officers and allow us to unveil our signature wines that will be great for holiday gatherings with the proceeds going for our public safety professionals. Our wines will be available for sale during the event and after at Shezmu Cellars.”

The Cobb County Public Safety Foundation was created with a single mission in mind – protect and serve those who selflessly protect and serve us. It is not-for-profit, 501c3 organization made up of a volunteer board.

It aids in four major areas and uses the acronym REST to describe them:
1. Relief for Cobb County public safety professionals and their families who are sick, in distress, or otherwise in need;
2. Equipment to enable our public safety professionals to better serve our community. When government resources are either not available or the purchasing process will unreasonably delay putting those items into the hands of our protectors, the CCPSF will make every effort to step in quickly and fill the need;
3. Support which brings to bear professional and community resources such as spiritual, financial, and professional counseling; and
4. Training from the best sources available in Georgia, the United States, or anywhere in the world by bringing those resources to Cobb County.

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Denny Waxman Offers Macrobiotic Counseling to Clients in Toronto

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Denny Waxman, macrobiotic counselor, is available to clients in Toronto over Skype or FaceTime.

I am experiencing zero health problems, since you have been my health counselor for the last 24 years. On the contrary, my life gets better and better every day.”

— Elizabeth G.

PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA, December 1, 2019 / — Toronto, Canada’s biggest city, is considered an economically powerful city because of the high concentration of private IT companies. Therefore, it is easy to forget to take care of yourself while hard at work. That is why it is so important to find a macrobiotic counselor you can talk to in the comfort of your own home. Well, your in luck! Denny Waxman, a Toronto macrobiotic counselor, is here to help. Denny is able to meet with you over FaceTime or Skype. During a session with him, you can discuss your health problems, receive advice on how to feel better, and plan out health goals.

Why Should I Choose Denny as My Toronto Macrobiotic Counselor?
Clients choose Denny because of his forty-five years of experience in helping people feel better and his open and positive approach to healthy eating and lifestyle. Instead of the feeling of anxiety and stress to change all habits at once, his approach takes away the pressure by allowing you to build healthy habits when ready. It is never an all or nothing. Denny’s philosophy is every healthy choice is beneficial.

What to Expect in Your First Session for Macrobiotic Counseling
The first macrobiotic consultation is focused on creating a clear plan for you, the client, about how to change your health and lifestyle to start feeling better. Remember, this macrobiotic counseling is one-on-one which means the recommendations made by Denny are unique and personalized to meet your health concerns or needs. The discussion with Denny will involve going over what not to do, lifestyle problems and causes, prioritize what you need to do, and discuss home remedies.
Some find one macrobiotic counseling session gets them back on track while others may want to schedule follow up sessions. So it is up to you and what you need to start creating long lasting health.

What Health Problems Does Denny Help With
Cancer – Recommendations around more emotional and psychological needs and support
Overweight/ High Blood Pressure – Recommendations focus on diet and activity
Infertility – Recommendations on family support, health, and alignment together. This is unusual because two people are involved rather than one.
Diabetes – Recommendations for diet and lifestyle practices to help stabilize blood sugar.
Arthritis & Joint Pain – Recommendations for diet and home remedies to help relieve pain and swelling .

Other common issues include cardiovascular issues, allergies, lyme disease, sleep problems, anxiety, eating disorders, and hypoglycemia. Keep in mind, you DO NOT have to have medical reason to make an appointment with Denny. Many clients come to him simply to be healthier, look younger, and improve their overall health. Schedule an appointment today!

How Do I Schedule a Macrobiotic Counseling Session
– Call 215-271-1858 to schedule an appointment to see Denny Waxman in-person, Skype, or FaceTime. Each session is one hour long.
– Next fill out the health assessment online which will include a health history (birth place and date), present concerns, or any other questions you may have.
– Along with that you will also need to send a recent headshot (This is important for Denny to see your face and get a reading on your health and be able to give his recommendations)
– If meeting through FaceTime or Skype, setup in a place with good wifi.

About Denny Waxman
Denny Waxman has been a macrobiotic counselor since the 1970s and is one of the founders of American Macrobiotics. He has changed the food narrative away from a diet dependent upon animal & dairy foods. From the Mid-Atlantic Summer Camp, to opening Essene Market, and directing the Kushi Institute, he has been a pioneer of macrobiotics. His notoriety came after Dr. Anthony Sattilaro overcame cancer and credited Denny for saving his life in his book, Recalled by Life. Denny has written several books, founder of SHI Macrobiotics and teaches globally.
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Turning Puzzles into Robots

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ActivePuzzle in Action

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ActivePuzzle Puzzles on Table

ActivePuzzle is a new robot-building game where blocks are puzzle pieces.

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, ISRAEL, December 1, 2019 / — ActivePuzzle is an innovative technology company that develops imaginative and educational products for the early advancement of children. The ActivePuzzle game developed by the company is an interactive robotic puzzle for kids. Designed to harness children’s enjoyment of puzzles and robots, and turn it into computational thinking experiences, ActivePuzzle teaches kids STEM concepts, logic and problem-solving skills in an innovative method. Through puzzles and robots, kids maintain a sense of spatial and tactile awareness rather than the tunnel vision that accompanies standard 2D puzzles or video games.

“Technology should be taught in a language children understand,” said Meir Sela, the founder of ActivePuzzle. “I got together with a team of creative people who shared the same vision; we wanted to teach children technology using their own language, one that they learn before they even start talking… Puzzles!”

Expressing technology ideas using puzzles makes ActivePuzzle the simplest robotics on earth. ActivePuzzle doesn’t rely on coding or computer screens — simply snap puzzle pieces together to form robots. That makes ActivePuzzle a great platform for invention and innovation. ActivePuzzle is easy to get the hang of — if you can build puzzles, you can create robots.

Each puzzle piece implements a certain function: the battery piece supplies electric power to the circuit, the proximity sensor “sees” objects, the motor drives a wheel or fan, etc. ActivePuzzle robots are based on the Braitenberg Vehicle principle: input pieces trigger adjacent output pieces. For instance, when a light sensor puzzle is connected to a motor puzzle, the motor will run faster as the light on the sensor gets more intense.

ActivePuzzle is for children aged 8+ and for those with young minds who want to build robots and to learn how they work. Additionally, educators can use ActivePuzzle to teach STEM: the game is very intuitive and simple to learn, and there are a large number of scientific and technological concepts that can be taught using ActivePuzzle. One important characteristic of ActivePuzzle is its being a gender-neutral game: the puzzle language makes girls feel natural and confident, and the game activities strengthen their self-efficacy.

Benefits of ActivePuzzle:
• Improves STEM skills (science, technology, engineering and math) while playing
• Develops computational thinking, along with logic and problem-solving skills
• Develops spatial cognition capabilities
• Encourages creativity and innovation
• A really fun game to all family!

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Salon IAOMO Earns Nine Consecutive Talk Awards for Customer Satisfaction

Salon IAOMO wins 9th straight Talk Award for High Customer Satisfaction Ratings

Pittsburgh salon earns its ninth prestigious Talk Award thanks to outstanding customer service.

Our team is a group of close-knit professional hair stylists and hair restoration specialists dedicated to not only helping you look amazing, but also feeling great.”

— Roberta Kozel

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2019 / — Pittsburgh salon, Salon IAOMO, has earned the prestigious Talk Award for Customer Satisfaction. In fact, this is the ninth straight year the salon has brought home the Talk Award for always providing an excellent experience for its customers.

The Talk Awards identifies and honors businesses that provide an outstanding customer experience. Winners are based on an independent, proprietary research and evaluation system, which identifies businesses with a track record of excellent customer service and satisfaction. The rating system combines data collected from nominations, online and other customer reviews, surveys, blogs, social networks, business-rating services, and other honors and accolades — all of which express the voice of the customer. Only those with a 4- or 5-star rating receive The Talk Award.

Salon IAOMO, is a professional hair salon and hair replacement center that specializes in individually tailoring its services to meet the needs of each and every client who walks in the door.

In business since 2008, Salon IAOMO offers a full range of services from cuts to color to specialty services including balayage and hair extensions. What makes the salon unique is the addition of non-medical hair replacement services and a wig boutique. “It’s not common to have the best of both worlds under one roof,” says Owner Roberta Kozel. “But whether you want a stylish haircut, a stunning new hair color or need something more, the staff at Salon IAOMO is dedicated to creating the ultimate experience for you.”

Salon IAOMO works with people going through medical-induced hair loss from chemotherapy or medications or those with trichotillomania and alopecia. “We are truly committed to restoring the self-confidence of our male and female clients,” says Kozel.

“For those clients who have suffered the embarrassment of hair loss and thinning hair, you can now enjoy the transformation back to having a full head of hair again through our state-of-the-art hair replacement and hair augmentation services. Salon IAOMO is a leader and continues to raise the bar in hair loss prevention and hair restoration.”

Whatever service clients come in for, the team at Salon IAOMO wants them to feel at home in the warm, inviting atmosphere. “Our team is a group of close-knit professional hair stylists and hair restoration specialists dedicated to not only helping you look amazing, but also feeling great,” says Kozel. “Giving you the great looking hair you deserve with the latest styles and expertise is our goal.”

The salon’s nine consecutive Talk Awards are an indication that clients are satisfied with their experiences.

“Even though I usually tend to be picky when it comes to who gets to cut my hair, all the girls at this salon are awesome!” says Leann Krofcheck. “They can always count on my haircut being long overdue when they see me because I have a bad habit of putting it off. With that being said, when I do make it into the salon they do an amazing job at fixing me up. Every time I walk out feeling so much better and more confident than I did when I came in. Highly recommend checking them out!!”

“This is my favorite salon in Pittsburgh!” says Anne Grubor. “I have been coming here for about three years and always get the right color for my highlights and the right cut because Jess is awesome!! If you’re looking for someone who really takes the time to make sure your hair is perfect, this is the right person to go to!”

Salon IAOMO is located at 1016 Greentree Rd., Suite 100 in Pittsburgh. It is open Tuesday-Saturday. For more information, call 412-428-0121 or go online to Visit the salon’s Award Page at

About The Talk Awards
The Talk Awards were created to calculate customer satisfaction ratings for a variety of businesses, based on customer feedback online, and help businesses gain control of their image and reputation by providing consumers a fair and unbiased overview of their business. For more information about The Talk Awards, call 877-712-4758 or go online to

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