Amazingly Unique Jigsaw Puzzles And More Now Online

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Jigsaw Puzzles reached its peak in the United States in the early 30s. People found jigsaw puzzles so entertaining that they wanted them to last forever. At that time in the game jigsaw puzzles were made of wood. And the concept of custom jigsaw puzzles finally came into being.

“Unfortunately, there are only a few websites that provide any type of custom jigsaw puzzles, this makes it very difficult for buyers to find out anything at all about custom-made-to-order-handcrafted jigsaw puzzles,” says Daniel K. Voyles, Owner of Gearhangars (

Gearhangars provides a very nice variety of some amazing jigsaw puzzles that are custom-made-to-order and are handcrafted to the highest quality standards to help buyers make the correct buying decisions.

Gearhangars custom jigsaw puzzles are made with premium basswood. Our experts in the field add special touches to make the puzzles unique. These puzzles are strong and durable and won’t warp like most of the flimsy cardboard jigsaw pieces you find in the market today. Our puzzles use a precision cutting technique to guarantee that every piece of the puzzle fits perfectly. These puzzles come in two sizes, 500 pieces or 1,000 pieces.

Custom jigsaw puzzles can be used to propose marriage, celebrate family traditions, and create cherished family heirlooms. A very popular idea in marriage proposal jigsaw puzzles, is to keep the message in a single piece. The ploy suggested is to remove the piece and keep it as a surprise element for when the rest of the puzzle is done. A winning and romantic idea, it has created a huge demand for custom jigsaw puzzles for marriage proposals.

“Whether you’re looking for an ‘Admiral Dog Jigsaw Puzzle,’ an ‘Angry Wolf Jigsaw Puzzle,’ a ‘Day & Night Jigsaw Puzzle’ or a ‘Beautiful Horse & Rose Jigsaw Puzzle,’ Gearhangars has many more jigsaw puzzles,” says Mr. Voyles. “Just be very sure you really want to know more about your jigsaw puzzle purchases, because we reveal the good, the bad and the ugly jigsaw puzzles.”

Expert craftsmen in the field of jigsaw puzzle creation offer an extensive range of design options. Our customers have the ability to choose their custom puzzle from our vast collection. For example, a jigsaw puzzle with a flower theme will have flower shaped pieces.

Custom jigsaw puzzles can be used for several occasions. Some examples are preserving wedding memories with a photo collage puzzle, delighting grandparents with a photo puzzle of all their beloved grandchildren and celebrating special occasions like graduations, bar mitzvahs and the like with a related image in jigsaw puzzle form.

Custom jigsaw puzzles make great Father’s Day and Mother’s Day gifts too. Friends will also appreciate carefully chosen custom jigsaw puzzles. Just be sure to choose a suitable image. Difficulty levels can be adjusted as per requirement while making custom jigsaw puzzles.

Since Gearhangars launched their custom-made-to-order and handcrafted jigsaw puzzles we have added many more puzzles to our store. “We plan to have many more jigsaw puzzles added by the end of the year plus a variety of other products as well, such as Sport Sneakers, Hoodies, Backpacks, Boots, Hooded Blanket and a lot more. Most companies have great jigsaw puzzles but not the custom-made-to-order and handcrafted jigsaw puzzles, and you need to know which ones to buy,” states Voyles.

Gearhangars is currently adding more products to their database in celebration of their new launch.

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Unique ID for Farmers

Ministry of Agriculture& Farmers Welfare, Government of India is in the process for creating unique ID of farmers of the country. The unique identifier of the farmer will link the farmer profile with all the agricultural schemes, which have been availed by the farmer. Some of the benefits to the Farmers are given below:

  1. Provisioning Farmer’s verification through e- Know Your Farmer (e-KYF) which would eliminate the need of re-submitting physical documents to different departments for availing benefit(s) under different schemes.
  2. Access to field based & customised advisories.
  3. Ease of accessing the damage to crops due to extreme weather condition.

As on 09.12.2021, the database of farmers registered under PM-KISAN includes 11.64 Crores farmers including the state of Tamil Nadu wherein, 47.82 lakhs farmers have been registered.

This information was given by Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Shri Narendra Singh Tomar in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.



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Canada – Unique works with striking imagery to match their bold creativity. NFB returns to Montreal’s Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC), October 6 to 17, 2021.

Montreal – National Film Board of Canada (NFB)

The NFB will be back in force at Montreal’s Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC) with six productions and co-productions. The lineup includes the world premiere of Perfecting the Art of Longing by Montreal filmmaker and photographer Kitra Cahana and the Quebec premiere of Nalujuk Night by Inuk visual artist Jennie Williams. Besides the two documentary shorts—both of which will screen in competition—the animated short Le bourreau chez lui (The Hangman at Home) by internationally acclaimed filmmakers Michelle and Uri Kranot will also have its Quebec premiere, screening in competition. The interactive story Far Away From Far Away by Bruce Alcock and Jeremy Mendes, and Otherly, a series of documentary shorts on Instagram made by multiple filmmakers, will feature in FNC Explore. Matthew Rankin’s THE Tesla WORLD LIGHT will also screen, highlighting the 60th anniversary of Cannes’ Semaine de la Critique. The FNC takes place from October 6 to 17, 2021, as a hybrid festival, with some works screening in Montreal theatres and others streaming online and available across Canada.

National Competition

Perfecting the Art of Longing by Kitra Cahana

(NFB, 12 min 13 s) – WORLD PREMIERE

Press kit (synopsis, biographies, images and credits):

Cut off from his loved ones due to the pandemic lockdown, a quadriplegic rabbi in a long-term-care facility in Montreal is filmed remotely by his daughter. Offering powerful meditations on love and hope, the film shows us what it means to be alive in a state of profound isolation.
The film will have its world premiere with French subtitles on Thursday, October 7, 2021, 8:30 p.m., at Montreal’s Cinéma du Musée, and will be accessible online until October 31.
Filmmaker Kitra Cahana is also an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic, Colors Magazine and The New York Times.

Nalujuk Night by Jennie Williams

(NFB, 13 min 7 s) – QUEBEC PREMIERE

Press kit (synopsis, biographies, images and credits):

Run as fast as you can, the Nalujuit are here! The filmmaker brings us the story of an exhilarating and sometimes terrifying Nunatsiavut tradition, plunging audiences directly into the action of a winter night like no other.
The film will have its Quebec premiere with French subtitles on Sunday, October 10, 2021, 9:20 p.m., at Montreal’s Cinéma du Musée, and will be accessible online until October 31.
Nalujuk Night had its world premiere at the 2021 FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, where it won the Best Atlantic Short Documentary Award.
Jennie Williams is an Inuk visual artist and throat singer from Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador. As a professional photographer, she creates powerful images that convey the cultural landscape and lived experience of Inuit. Her stirring photography has received national acclaim.

Les nouveaux alchimistes Competition

Le bourreau chez lui (The Hangman at Home) by Michelle and Uri Kranot

(Late Love Production/Floréal Films/Miyu Productions/NFB, 14 min) – QUEBEC PREMIERE

Press kit (synopsis, biographies, images and credits):

Inspired by the 1922 Carl Sandburg poem of the same title, The Hangman at Home explores themes of acknowledgement and participation.
The film will have its Quebec premiere at 6 p.m. on Sunday, October 10, 2021, in the main screening room of the Cinémathèque québécoise in Montreal, and will be accessible online until October 31.
Awards: Golden Dragon Grand Prize for Best Film, Int. Shorts Competition, 2021 Krakow Film Festival; Special Mention, 2021 Supertoon International Animation and Comics Festival, Šibenik, Croatia.
Last year as part of FNC Explore, the filmmakers gave an extremely popular online master class where they discussed the virtual reality component of this project, an award winner at Venice.

FNC Explore

Far Away From Far Away by Bruce Alcock and Jeremy Mendes

(NFB, 25 min)

Press kit (synopsis, biographies, images and credits):

Far Away From Far Away is an interactive story inspired by the early life of visionary Zita Cobb. Written by Michael Crummey, it’s about a young girl growing up on Fogo Island with her father during the 1960s and ’70s.
The work had its world premiere in 2019 at the prestigious International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) DocLab competition.
Far Away From Far Away will be available online in the FNC Explore section of the festival’s website.

Otherly by various directors

(NFB/POV Spark, series of short documentaries)

Press kit (synopsis, biographies, images and credits):

Otherly is a series about finding one’s place in the 21st century. Using universal themes like love, inclusion, and loss as entry points, the seven creators have crafted films that are at once timeless and yet by definition of their form, ephemeral.
The FNC will screen the four shorts in the series whose directors are Canadian: Parked: Seeking Refuge in Our Cars by Mirusha Yogarajah, Papier Accordéon by Grace An, Love Is the First Sacred Lesson by Jess Murwin and A Portrait of Tracy by Joanne Lam.
The four short films will be available in English as “stories” on the FNC’s Instagram page starting October 12 at 5 p.m.

Cannes’ Semaine de la Critique x FNC

THE Tesla WORLD LIGHT by Matthew Rankin

(NFB, 8 min 18 s) – selected to screen at the Cannes Film Festival’s Semaine de la Critique in 2017

Press kit (synopsis, biographies, images and credits):

New York, 1905. Visionary inventor Nikola Tesla makes one last appeal to J.P. Morgan, his onetime benefactor. Inspired by real events, this electrifying short is a spectacular burst of image and sound that draws as much from the tradition of avant-garde cinema as it does from animated documentary.
The animated short will screen at 9 p.m. on Friday, October 15, at the Cinémathèque québécoise during a jointly programmed special event celebrating two milestones: the Semaine de la Critique’s 60th anniversary and the FNC’s 50th anniversary.

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Edgy Rapper with Unique Message to Release 1st Clean Album

 Unlike previous works, Good Karma will be Jaguar French’s first album without any profanity. It is one and a half years in the making, self-written and self-produced from his home studio in Dallas, Texas during the pandemic. While retaining the edgy artistic power French is known for, the songs are melodically complex, with novel instrumentation and soul searching lyrics.

The album will come on the heels of his recently released music video, Black and White (featured on VivaLive TV), from his album, JAGG (Just Another Gift from God). The music video was released on September 11, to honor a time when people were united. The song resounds with the chorus, “Don’t call me black no more. Call me American.” and the reversed, “Don’t call me white no more! Call me American.”

French’s messages have always stirred positive conversation, and at times, controversy among his peers. French commented, “I want to see people united, not by the racial culture they belong to, but by pride of country in which they reside. We have divided ourselves by accepting labels that were based on racism, and as the connotation becomes lost we begin to take pride in such labels – such as black and white. Let the conversation be more about content and art and less about the face promoting it.”

Jaguar French (J French) is a world renowned rapper, owner of a fashion brand, mental health advocate and public speaker. He began doing music at 12 years old, overcoming a major speech impediment. French has worked with artists such as Jah Born, RC & The Gritz, and Erykah Badu. French is a Grammy Voting Member, has been featured in Entrepreneur, Billboard, BET Jams and hosts his own Podcast, Fireside with French.

Black and White Music Video


Good Karma will be available on all music platforms November 21, 2021.

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Celebrate Your Unique Listening Style With Spotify’s Only You In-App Experience

There are more than 356 million users on Spotify who know that listening is everything. And with more than 70 million tracks and 2.6 million podcast titles to pick from, there’s always something new to discover, share, and enjoy—but we know that nobody listens quite like you. So today, we are launching Only You, a global campaign complete with an in-app experience and personalized playlists that celebrates just that. 

While you’ll have to wait a few more months for Wrapped and the songs and podcasts that soundtracked your 2021, Only You is all about celebrating how you listen. Fans can head to to enjoy a Wrapped-esque shareable experience made especially for them. 

Want to get the most out of Only You? Read on.

Share your stats with the in-app experience

Starting today, you can open up your Spotify app to enjoy the Only You in-app experience. Get ready for:

  1. our Audio Birth Chart: It’s a musical meeting of cosmic proportions. Your Sun sign details the artist you listened to most over the last six months. Your Moon sign demonstrates an artist you listen to that best shows your emotional or vulnerable side. Your Rising sign brings it all together with an artist you’ve recently connected with. 
  2. Your Dream Dinner Party: Choose the three artists you’d invite to the dinner party of your dreams. Once you select the trio, Spotify will create a personalized Spotify Mix for each artist to set the mood of the meal.
  3. Your Artist Pairs: This experience demonstrates unique audio pairings that you’ve listened to recently that show your range of listening interests. For example, who else would play some Greta Van Fleet right after jamming out to Olivia Rodrigo?
  4. Your Song Year: When is the music you listen to from? This part of the experience shows how you’ve musically traveled through different time periods with music.
  5. Your Time of Day: Early bird or night owl, discover the music and podcast content you listen to at certain times, whether early in the morning or late at night.
  6. Your Genres/Topics: Finally, bring it all home with the combination of music and podcast genres that sets your listening apart.

Once you walk through the entire experience, you’ll receive new personalized playlists that are part of the Only You journey. You can find them even after the campaign is over in the Only You hub.

Learn what your fellow fans are listening to

We’re also celebrating creators and their fandoms through data-driven creative that picks up on the unique ways fans listen to beloved creators. Click through the share cards below to see what your favorite artists’ fans are listening to, when, and where.

Put it all together with Blend

Only You celebrates the unique ways in which eligible users listen, but we know that music is powerful in bringing people together. So alongside Only You, we’re also rolling out a new personalized feature called Blend. Currently in beta, Blend is a new way for two friends to merge their musical tastes into one curated playlist made just for them, making it even easier for users to connect, discover, and share the music they love with one another.

Blend will be updated daily. Simply invite a friend to blend with—as long as they have a Spotify Free or Premium plan—and Blend will grow with each user over time based on how their listening changes. 

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Tap “Create Blend” in the Made For You hub on mobile. 
  2. Then, tap “Invite” to select a friend to blend with by sharing a single-use invitation via messages or email. (For each friend you want to blend with, you will need to generate a new invitation.)
  3. Once your friend accepts the invite and joins Blend, Spotify will generate a custom tracklist for the two of you filled with songs you already love—and recommendations combining your listening preferences and tastes.
  4. Plus, it’s easy to identify how each friend has influenced the track choice. Simply check the profile icons next to the track.

Blend is a mobile-only experience on both iOS and Android available globally. While Blend is currently in beta, we’ll continue to evolve the feature over time based on user feedback to ensure we’re delivering the best possible listening experience.