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Tourism, hospitality and restaurant sectors welcome vaccine passports

Vaccine passports prove to be a contentious issue for tourism, hospitality and restaurant sectors as some welcome them and some have fears of placing another hurdle ahead of economic growth The post Tourism, hospitality and restaurant sectors welcome vaccine passports appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Travel, Business, Restaurants, South Africa, United Kingdom, Tourism, Gdp, Gross Domestic Product, Top Six, Andrew Stark, Flight Centre Travel Group, COVID-19, StatsSA, Vaccine Passports


Three Mighty Documentaries at the Venice Film Festival - Part One - Becoming Led Zeppelin; Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song; Life of Crime 1984-2020

Jimmy Page on the Red Carpet for Becoming Led ZeppelinPhoto: La Biennale di Venezia - ASAC by A. Avezzù (Venice, Italy) The Sala Grande on the Lido is one of my favorite cinemas to screen a film. The original theater was inaugurated on August 10, 1937 for the fifth edition of the Venice Film Festival. Over the years it has been expanded and improved until in 2011 it was completely overhauled and reconstructed, inspired by the original 1937 design by Luigi Quagliata. Normally it seats...
Tags: Travel, Usa, UK, Australia, US, America, New Jersey, Venice, States, Leonard Cohen, Page, Atlantic Records, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin, Lido


September 11th Twenty Years

Where were we that moment still fresh in our minds? Where are we now and have we learned? What peace do we have, do we offer? And to those who died in the towers and that day to their families and to those in Afghanistan the millions who died after the towers went down? Tragedy ... hate offers it brutally and somehow makes some of us who love have tunnel vision Eye for an eye.   Such sadness at every angle, every corner, on those stairs those going up and those going down and on the other planes...
Tags: Travel, Afghanistan, French la Vie


Top 5 Savoury Picnic Recipes!

It's picnic weather and although a lot of us are in lockdown it does the mind and body good to have a picnic, even if it's just with your own household! Here are 5 delicious savoury picnic treats that you get you out of the house and enjoying that sunshine!
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HUD official Lynne Patton has moved into NYCHA housing

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. HUD official Lynne Patton has moved into NYCHA housing Move follows agency’s appointment of new federal monitor New York / The Patterson Houses at 2625 3rd Avenue in Mott Haven with Lynne Patton (Credit: Wikipedia, Getty Images, and Pixabay) The latest resident in New York City’s public housing system is the federal government s top housing official in the region. Lynne Pa...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, New York City, United States, Hud, Ben Carson, Patton, U S Department of Housing and Urban Development, Murray Hill, NYCHA, 3rd Avenue, Mott Haven, Lynne Patton, New York The Patterson Houses, Wikipedia Getty Images, Glady Sanchez


In first for Housing Rights Initiative, two landlord lawsuits achieve class certification

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. In first for Housing Rights Initiative, two landlord lawsuits achieve class certification The Upper Manhattan and Bronx J-51 cases are the group’s first to reach the milestone New York / From left: 3045 Godwin Terrace in the Bronx, Aaron Carr, and 260 Convent Avenue (Credit: Google Maps, Twitter, and Apartments) It’s been a slow march in the state courts, but as of last we...
Tags: Travel, Bronx, Harlem, Albert, Upper Manhattan, Andrew Cohen, Hamilton Heights, Richard Albert, HRI, Housing Rights Initiative, 上海龙凤419论坛, Godwin Terrace, Bronx Aaron Carr, Scharfman Organization, Bronx City Council, Mark Scharfman


Hamptons home market starts 2019 in a slump, Andy Cohen closes on Amagansett property purchase & more real estate news from the East End

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Hamptons home market starts 2019 in a slump, Andy Cohen closes on Amagansett property purchase more real estate news from the East End Clockwise from top left: Hamptons home market starts 2019 in a slump, a former ballerina s waterfont Bridghampton home heads to contract with a lowered $34M ask, $1K-a-night Great Gatsby home in Bridgehampton is offered up by Airbnb for just ...
Tags: Travel, Maine, Bravo, Airbnb, Andy Cohen, East End, Hamptons, Charlotte, Atlantic Ocean, Sotheby s International Realty, Cohen, Marc, Douglas Elliman, Eric Miller, Amagansett, Ivy Smith


Hawaii’s answer to Hudson Yards: This 60-acre megaproject in Honolulu

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Hawaii s answer to Hudson Yards: This 60-acre megaproject in Honolulu The Howard Hughes Corporation is behind the development known as Ward Village National / Ward Village (Credit: Howard Hughes Corporation) Hudson Yards isn t the only large-scale project celebrating milestones this spring. Honolulu s ongoing megadevelopment has some new accolades of its own. The 60-acre m...
Tags: Travel, New York City, Hawaii, Dallas, Hudson, Honolulu, Ward, Howard Hughes Corporation, Hudson Yards, Forbes With, Howard Hughes Corporation Hudson Yards, Mike Seemuth


Here are the states where resi agents are earning top dollar

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Here are the states where resi agents are earning top dollar A ranking shows agents who work in states in the Northeast, West and South earn more National / (Credit: iStock) Did you know being a residential real estate agent in Alaska could pay better than Florida, Illinois or California? A new ranking from Forbes shows agents working in New York make the most money, while...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Florida, New York, California, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Alaska, Kansas, Ohio, Illinois, Forbes, Hawaii Alaska, Florida Illinois, Rhode Island California


The last penthouse at 443 Greenwich just sold for $15M

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. 443 Greenwich Street with Ronald and Michelle Saltz The final penthouse at MetroLoft Management s 443 Greenwich Street just sold. Ronald and Michelle Saltz picked up the 3,400-square-foot Unit PHF for $15 million, according to records filed with New York City’s Department of Finance. That works out to roughly $4,300 per square foot. Corcoran’s Patricia Lockridge had the listi...
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Bentley Zhao tests market for Prospect Park South’s largest condo project

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Bentley Zhao tests market for Prospect Park South’s largest condo project The project would have 108 resi units plus parking New York / Bentley Zhao and a rendering of 222 East 21st Street UPDATED, Feb. 7, 10:17 a.m.: Bentley Zhao’s New Empire Real Estate Development is moving ahead with plans for his latest Brooklyn condo project — which would be the biggest residential p...
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Manhattan rental concessions fell for the first time since 2015

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Manhattan rental concessions fell for the first time since 2015 With more would-be buyers turning to the rental market, metrics are showing improvement New York / (Credit: Unsplash and Miller Samuel) Manhattan’s rental market has broken its nearly four-year streak of rising concessions. The market share of landlord incentives was 44.5 percent in January, down from 49.3 per...
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Greek financier and sentenced fraudster lists $23M UES mansion

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Greek financier and sentenced fraudster lists $23M UES mansion In 2005 Roys Poyiadjis paid the SEC $200M in fines for conspiracy to commit securities fraud New York / Roys Poyiadjis and 54 East 81st Street (Credit: Wikipedia) Some fraudsters end up in jail. Others own opulent mansions. Greek Cypriot financier and securities fraudster Roys Poyiadjis has listed his seven-sto...
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Imagine a city with no cars, free bikes — and 50,000 people in one square mile

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Imagine a city with no cars, free bikes — and 50,000 people in one square mile That’s the vision of “Cyclocroft” a conceptual planned community near Boulder, Colorado National / (Credit: iStock) The brains behind a conceptual, planned community in Colorado is imagining a city where cars aren’t allowed, bikes are free and 50,000 people live within a square mile. Blogger Pet...
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Anti-maskers are filing a wave of lawsuits against the CDC. Here's why experts say their chances of victory are low.

Masked travelers at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California. Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images Lawsuits attacking the constitutionality of masks are unlikely to succeed, legal experts said. A wave of lawsuits have been filed against the Biden administration and local governments. They were "exceedingly unlikely" to end the mask mandates, said Brendan Beery, a law professor. See more stories on Insider's business page. A wave of lawsuits seeking to put an end to lo...
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Emerging proofs from Australia, Canada, the UK and the USA that the vaccines may significantly reduce deaths in the elderly

This is still a preliminary finding – I’ve not yet come to a final conclusion. This piece is a follow-up from this post. Covid vaccines have strong side effects including death among the elderly (e.g. the Norway aged care report and some social media murmurings about similar outcomes in Australia’s aged care homes). So we […]
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‘Gold fever is a thing’: meet Scotland’s new prospectors

In the rolling peaks of western Scotland, amateurs and professionals are digging and panning for the chance of a fortune. Is there gold in them hills? Beyond the old buildings of Cononish Farm at Eas Anie, beyond the corrugated sheep sheds and the deer-control fence, Stanley Lister has a weird calm for a man standing so close to a truck of explosives. Nearby, an incinerator bin smokes with detonators cooling off in the late summer breeze and the air is thick with the smell of phosphorus. “Here, ...
Tags: Travel, Business, UK, Scotland, Gold, Life and style, UK News, Commodities, Britain, Hobbies, Scotland Holidays, Loch Lomond, Argyll, Lister, Tyndrum, Lochgilphead


A boy and his dog

Having fun with shadows. Tasha went "snout to the ground" as I snapped the photo so her shadow lost its ears. Better luck next time. Luke Skywalker and R2D2? I sometimes call her Kenobi, as in Obi Quiet, Kenobi. Bert came in from outside just before two a.m. this morning. With a mouse. At least it was dead by the time he dropped it on the landing. I made sure he ate it before I climbed back up to bed. I wonder what he does for hours out there in the dark before he decides to come inside. [Auth...
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#Saudi Aramco Splits Its Gas Business Amid Chemicals Expansion - Bloomberg

Saudi Aramco Splits Its Gas Business Amid Chemicals Expansion - Bloomberg Saudi Arabia’s state-run energy firm is splitting its gas production division in two, as the fuel becomes increasingly important for expanding its chemicals business and amid efforts to position itself for the energy transition.Saudi Arabian Oil Co. will create two new divisions, named Southern Area Gas Operations and Northern Area Gas Operations, according to people familiar with the matter. The departments will be run ...
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A Florida state park is holding auditions for mermaids. Here's what it takes to play the role of a mythical aquatic creature.

Mermaids performing underwater. Weeki Wachee Springs State Park Weeki Wachee Springs State Park in Florida is hiring mermaids for its underwater theatre. Auditions are "rigorous and challenging," a state spokeswoman told Insider. Weeki Wachee mermaids are required to swim in 72-degree waters, 16 feet below surface level. See more stories on Insider's business page. If you're a strong swimmer who loves to entertain, you're in luck: Weeki Wachee Springs State Park in Florida i...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Theatre, Careers, Trends, Sea, Park, Tourism, Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, Mermaids, US Navy, Alice, Perry, Jimmy Buffett, Kuchta



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