- Daniel Ellsberg announces the launch of ExposeFacts.org
- nigelparry.net client, the 2014 Saint Paul Almanac won the Midwest Book Award for Travel; finalist in Publisher's Website category
- nigelparry.net client the Saint Paul Almanac releases 8th edition
- nigelparry.net client the Saint Paul Almanac wins Midwest Book Award in Culture!
- Publicity materials for Lowertown Santacon V
- nigelparry.net website launched for Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board
- nigelparry.net client the Saint Paul Almanac publishes 7th edition of award-winning travel guide!
- nigelparry.net client Saint Paul Almanac wins Midwest Book Award
- Pioneer Press features nigelparry.net client the Saint Paul Almanac
- The children of the shoemaker get some attention
- nigelparry.net website for Teacher Support Network wins Charity Times web award!
- New York Arab-American Comedy Festival starts Nov 14th!
- Electronic Lebanon Website Brings Voices from Beseiged Beirut
- New Website Provides Latest LASIK News for Consumers
- Made in Palestine NY Exhibit extended following 3,364 visitors in 3 weeks
- First museum-quality exhibition of contemporary Palestinian art to open in New York City
- The War Report: Filling the Mainstream Media Void
- Electronic Intifada 3.0: Interview with Nigel Parry
- Nigel Parry accepts "Voices of Peace" Award from ADC
- The Internet as an alternative news publishing medium
Launched by the Institute for Public Accuracy in June 2014, ExposeFacts.org represents a new approach for encouraging whistleblowers to disclose information that citizens need to make truly informed decisions in a democracy. From the outset, our message is clear: “Whistleblowers Welcome at ExposeFacts.org.” redkitten.com designed the ExposeFacts logo and site, nigelparry.net built the site.Continue Reading →
Last Wednesday, May 14, The Saint Paul Almanac took home the top prize in the Travel category at the Midwest Book Awards. The Almanac was also a finalist in the Publisher’s Website category, the third such recognition of a nigelparry.net website, previous awards included ADC’s Voices of Peace Award in 2003 and Charity Magazine’s Best Use of the Web in 2009.Continue Reading →
Since 2008, Nigel Parry has worked with the Saint Paul Almanac, a community literary organization and annual, award-winning guide to Minnesota’s capital city. Over the years, my role has expanded from my initial work as web designer and manager, to include publicist, cover designer, photo editor, and curator of the annual art exhibit that accompanies the fall launch of each new Saint Paul Almanac. The previous two editions of the Saint Paul Almanac have won Midwest Book Awards in the Travel (2012) and Culture (2013) categories.Continue Reading →
The Midwest Independent Publishers Association has sponsored the Midwest Book Awards since 1990. The 23rd Annual Gala was held on May 8th, 2013, at the Bloomington Center for the Arts, and honored excellence in books published in 2012. The awards recognize creativity in content and execution, overall book quality, and the book’s unique contribution to its subject area. The 2013 Saint Paul Almanac won a Midwest Book Award in the “Culture” category. Nigel Parry undertook the photo editing and cover design for the edition.Continue Reading →
Lowertown SantaCon is half spectacle, half pub crawl in the historic Lowertown district of Saint Paul, MN. Come as Santa, come as an elf or reindeer or get creative and come as a Santasaurus, the SantaChrist, a Hanukkah Chicken, a Kwanza Ham…you get the picture. Lowertown SantaCon was voted City Pages “Best Twin Cities Pub Crawl” in 2011. The annual event, now in its fifth year in December 2012, typically finds its way into the City Pages’ “A-List” and Pioneer Press “Best of the Week”. nigelparry.net undertakes publicity for the event including press release writing, the website’s design and content management, and print materials including posters, and postcards.Continue Reading →
The Independent Citizen Police Review Board in the City of Pittsburgh, PA, was established by a referendum amendment to the Pittsburgh Home Rule Charter on May 20, 1997. Since the inaugural Board convened in December 1997, the Independent Citizen Police Review Board has promoted responsible citizenship and professional law enforcement through mutual accountability. The site is a resource for people interested in relations between civilians and police, contemporary issues related to law enforcement and the operations of the Pittsburgh Independent Citizen Police Review Board. The CPRB’s former website was hosted centrally on the City of Pittsburgh’s main site, requiring updates to pass through a webmaster. Built in Wordpress with the Genesis framework, the new site can be managed from in-house by CPRB staff. Design and implementation by Nigel Parry.Continue Reading →