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What to Wear in New York City

An outfit for every stop on your NYC itinerary.
Tags: Travel, New York, College, New York City, Travel Style, Fashion Tips, Outfit Inspiration


Olivia

o-li-via in French Photo by Chelsea                 Related Stories Gabriel Adores OliviaFive Seconds with Gabriel at the ParkThe Pied Piper  [Author: French la Vie]
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"at your library" in the north island eagle: commemorate remembrance day with a good book or three

Celebrate and commemorate Remembrance Day with a good book or threeReaders have told me they enjoy the themed booklists I’ve shared. Remembrance Day is an occasion to share another list. The Great War, as it was known at the time, has inspired countless authors, poets, playwrights, and screenwriters. Many authors have used the horrors of World War I as a lens to explore issues of war and the scars it leaves on all involved. Here are some excellent titles that may be of interest.Title: Regenerati...
Tags: Travel, Italy, Amiens, Bess, Laura K, Becoming A Librarian, Pat Barker, My Writing, Bess Crawford, At Your Library" Column, Pat BarkerWhat, Ernest HemingwayWhat, Erich Maria RemarqueWhat, Sebastian FaulkWhat, John BoyneWhat, Daniel MasonWhat


An airline pilot that's kicked passengers off planes for not wearing masks shares what goes on in the cockpit when passengers become unruly

Sorbis / Shutterstock.com Pilots and flight attendants have been forced to deal with increased bouts of violence in the skies. Tensions over the ongoing federal mask mandate have created hostile environments on some flights. One airline pilot shared how he deals with unruly flyers and what goes on in the cockpit while incidents occur. See more stories on Insider's business page. The airline industry is facing unprecedented levels of violent incidents onboard airplanes as tensions ri...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, News, Air Travel, Planes, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Flying, Aviation, Airlines, Pilots, Federal Aviation Administration, Flight Attendants, American Airlines, Allied Pilots Association


United Airlines is launching a test program at LAX that lets you skip the TSA line with a reservation you can make on your smartphone

LAX Fast Lane Los Angeles International Airport United Airlines has launched LAX Fast Lane at Los Angeles International Airport. The new pilot program allows passengers to skip the TSA line by reserving a time slot in advance. It's aimed at making the security process quicker and easier ahead of the busy holiday season. United Airlines and Los Angeles World Airports have teamed up to quicken the TSA process for passengers traveling on United flights departing from terminals 7 or 8 ...
Tags: Travel, Security, Transportation, News, Trends, Features, Tsa, United, Clear, United Airlines, Lax, Travelers, Los Angeles International Airport, Lane, LAWA, LAX Airport


Why I will not be joining United Australia Party

I’m looking to join/build a genuine liberal party in Australia which is also committed to the poor and disadvantaged. UAP doesn’t fit the bill. Summary of my reasons  1. A ONE MAN PARTY Till a few months ago,  UAP was known as “Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party”. It was a one man party, a micro-outfit. […]
Tags: Travel, Australia, Current Affairs, Bad Ideas, Clive Palmer, UAP, United Australia party


Top 5 Sweet Pumpkin Recipes!

Pumpkin lovers know that pumpkin is not just a savoury vegetable but also lends itself beautifully to sweets too! Tinned or roast pumpkin is so versatile in cakes, jams, breads, pancakes and even ice cream!
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Dog Walking in Dubai

Many dog owners were furious when a stroll with their furry friends was banned along Dubai Marina promenade after already having paws banned along Jumeirah Beach Residences and the adjoining beach. If you’re looking for the right community which welcomes your pet, you search ends here. Read on to find out the best neighborhoods around […] The post Dog Walking in Dubai appeared first on Dubai Expat Blog.
Tags: Travel, Dubai, Dog Walking, Dubai Marina, Dubai Sports City, Sheikh Zayed Road, Victory Heights, Living in Dubai, Dubai Investment Park, The Greens, Daily Dubai, Arabian Ranches, Emirates Living, Emirates Road, Jumeirah Beach Residences


‘It was quite overwhelming’: how it feels to have your business thrive in a pandemic

From virtual puppy school to home bubble-tea subscriptions, lockdowns in Australia have created unlikely winners, but victory as an outlier is sometimes bittersweetIt’s no secret that on the work front, the Covid narrative has predominantly been a negative one, with two-thirds of Australian businesses reporting a hit to revenue in 2020 and underemployment hitting a historic high of 13.8%, impacting 1.8 million people.Despite this, lockdowns have brought growth to certain sectors, with Australian...
Tags: Travel, Food, Business, Australia, Pets, Homes, Interiors, Australian lifestyle, Coronavirus


ACWA Power to announce financial closure for Jazan project this week | Reuters

ACWA Power to announce financial closure for Jazan project this week | Reuters ACWA Power will on Wednesday announce financial closure for a $12 billion gasification and power joint venture in Saudi Arabia's Jazan region, Chairman Mohammad Abunayyan said on Saturday.The Jazan IGCC Complex is a joint venture between Saudi Aramco, U.S.-based Air Products and ACWA Power. Oil giant Saudi Aramco will supply feedstock and the joint venture will produce power, hydrogen and other utilities for Aramco....
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#Saudi SABIC targets carbon neutrality by 2050 - statement | Reuters

Saudi SABIC targets carbon neutrality by 2050 - statement | Reuters Petrochemicals giant Saudi Basic Industries Corp (SABIC) (2010.SE) announced plans on Saturday to meet carbon neutrality by 2050, the company said in a statement on the sidelines of the Saudi Green Initiative summit. [Author: [email protected] (Rupert Neil Bumfrey)]
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"at your library" in the north island eagle: halloween is spooktacular at your library

Halloween Is Spooktacular at Your LibraryHalloween is almost here, and with almost everyone in the North Island vaccinated, be exchanging their everyday masks for spooky ones, making costumes, and trick-or-treating again. Your library is part of the Halloween fun.Haunted Vancouver Island for Kids (author reading)Tweens, teens, and the “senior kids” will want to tune in on October 26 for a special virtual program: Haunted Vancouver Island for Kids. Award-winning author Shanon Sinn will host a spe...
Tags: Travel, North Island, Sinn, Vancouver Island, Port Hardy, Laura K, My Writing, VIRL, Life In A Small Town, At Your Library" Column, Shanon Sinn, Columbia Ghosts Hauntings Research Society, Paranormal Studies and Inquiries Canada, Spooky Scavenger HuntFor, Spooky Scavenger Hunt, Halloween Phone Holder


"at your library" in the north island eagle: back-to-school: your library can help

Back-to-School: Your Library Can HelpWith the kids back to school, both parents and students need all the help they can get. Your library has a wealth of resources to help families succeed.The Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) has a wealth of e-resources that will come in handy for all types of research and reports, at every grade level. Solaro is a great resource for test preparation and study, specifically designed for the BC curriculum. On Solaro, you can find math, science, and langua...
Tags: Travel, First Nations, British Columbia, Homeschool, Laura K, Solaro, My Writing, VIRL, Vancouver Island Regional Library VIRL, At Your Library" Column, COVID-19


"at your library" in the north island eagle: great things are happening at your libraries

Great Things Are Happening At Your LibrariesOur North Island branches of the Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) are back to our full pre-covid hours, and back to normal – or better.Port Hardy new hours and programsHave you heard the good news? The Port Hardy Library is now has longer – and better – open hours. The new hours mean:- continuous hours – no more closures for lunch or dinner,- open two nights each week, instead of one – but no late opening on those days,- open all day on Friday,...
Tags: Travel, North Island, Laura K, Port McNeill, My Writing, Sayward, Port Alice, Life In A Small Town, Sointula, Port Hardy Library, Vancouver Island Regional Library VIRL, At Your Library" Column, Mt Waddington Family Literacy Society, Mt Waddington Family Literacy Society Storytimes


"at your library" in the north island eagle: literacy skills are essential in our world

Literacy Is All Around UsSeptember is Literacy Month, a time to recognize and celebrate all the many ways literacy improves and enhances our lives.As you go about your day, you use different forms of literacy all the time. Looking on Google Maps for directions. Following a recipe. Planting a garden. Reading food labels in the grocery store. Choosing a new tool for a project. Paying your bills. Taking the proper dose of medication. Looking on the internet for how to fix a problem – then watching ...
Tags: Travel, Digital, Laura K, Becoming A Librarian, My Writing, Vancouver Island Regional Library VIRL, At Your Library" Column


Alaska Airlines is launching 10 new routes to warm-weather vacation destinations this winter - see the full list

An Alaska Airlines plane taking off at JFK. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Alaska Airlines is launching 10 new routes from the West Coast to warm-weather cities this winter. The carrier is expanding its international presence with three new nonstops to Mexico and one to Belize. Alaska just announced its first profitable quarter since the pandemic during earnings on Thursday. Alaska Airlines is starting 10 new routes from its hubs along the West Coast to sunny cities in Mexico, the Southeast, T...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, News, California, Mexico, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Austin, Alaska, Portland, New Orleans, Earnings, San Jose, Jfk


A new Icelandic airline plans to launch flights to the US next spring - here's why the CEO thinks now is the right time

PLAY A321 PLAY Icelandic startup PLAY has received initial permission from the DOT to operate nonstop flights to the US. PLAY CEO Birgir Jónsson explained investor expectations in the long-term plan have pushed it to enter the US market. The airline plans to target New York, Boston, and Washington DC with a single-class, no-frills product. Iceland startup PLAY has gotten initial approval from the US Department of Transportation to operate flights to the US, and it hopes to welcome leisure...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Europe, New York, News, Boston, US, Trends, Play, Washington Dc, Airbus, Iceland, East Coast, Routes, Wow Air, Dot


Some old pictures from defence negotiations my father conducted for India

I found two albums that were given to my father at the end of various defence negotiations in the 1980s on behalf of India. Got them scanned at the local shop and here the are. The colour pictures are for the purchase of British Aerospace PLC Sea Harriers for the Indian Navy, an agreement that […]
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10 of the best eco-friendly places to stay in Europe

These sustainable stays offer the chance to share mountain views with bears, sleep easy in a low-carbon hotel and wellness experiencesThe Holenberg forest is the gateway to the Maashorst nature reserve, a rewilding pioneer in North Brabant, home to roaming bison and Tauros – a project to revive the aurochs, an ancient European ox. Tucked away in the forest, among a rusty palette of trees, heather and wetlands, sits off-grid and self-sufficient Cabin Anna. From the linen to the recycled waste-pro...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Environment, Life and style, Health & wellbeing, City Breaks, Top 10s, Short breaks, Green travel, United Kingdom Holidays, Europe Holidays, Health And Fitness Holidays, Anna From, North Brabant, Holenberg


Between a fig and a hard place

Our poor little fig tree had an amazing year this year. I suppose it was all the rain. There are more figs on the tree this year than all previous years combined. Or close to it. That tells me that the tree needs to be watered more in drier years. A few of this year's figs on our tree. Bite into one and lose a tooth. I was so happy to see all the fruit and notice that the birds didn't seem to want them. I eagerly awaited harvest time (late summer) and dreamed of fresh fig tarts and eating figs...
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SkyPark at Santa's Village launches vintage airstream resortSkyPark at Santa's Village launches vintage airstream resort

Glamping in the San Bernardino Mountains
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Experience Kissimmee welcomes back UK travellersExperience Kissimmee welcomes back UK travellers

Seven nights' from andpound;669pp with Ocean Florida
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