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I’m 28, I Travel Full-Time & This Is How Much I Spent On My Trip To Paros, Greece

Welcome to Travel Diaries, a Refinery29 series where we tag along as real women embark on trips around the world and track their travel expenses down to the last cent. Here, we offer a detailed, intimate account of when, where, and how our peers spend their vacation days and disposable income: all the meals, adventures, indulgences, setbacks, and surprises. This week’s travel diary: A 28-year-old PR consultant who travels full-time, shares a glimpse into her week in Paros, Greece, workin...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Milan, London, Greece, Australia, US, Chicago, Portugal, Athens, Cape Town, Greek Islands, West Coast, New England, Rio


Honda CB250 Nighthawk scrambler by Urban Mechanics

Released in the early 1980s, the Honda CB250 Nighthawk quickly became an immensely popular model for the Japanese marque. That was largely thanks to the quarter-liter parallel twin’s maneuverability, utilitarian nature, and bullet-proof reliability. Despite al its strong suits, the chopper-inspired CB250 has never been much of a looker. But that didn’t stop Mike and Tom of Greece’s Urban Mechanics from recognizing the little CB’s potential for customization, and putting the Honda up on the b...
Tags: Facebook, Greece, Motorcycles, Honda, Scrambler, Tom, Mike, CB, Suzuki, Custom Motorcycles, Nissin, Honda CB250, Urban Mechanics, Honda scrambler, Continental Twinduro, Tom Next


What a Leader Does in Times of Crisis

The Apostle Paul was an effective leader. He was the arguably the most successful church planter of all times; managing to plant churches and write books we are still using today. There is an interesting story in Acts 19 of a time of crisis. I call it a crisis because the sub-heading in my Bible calls it “The Riot in Ephesus.” Have you ever witnessed a riot? It sounds chaotic – like a crisis. And apparently it wasn’t a small riot. Notice this verse: “About that time there was a major distu...
Tags: Church Revitalization, Leadership


20 Countries Report First Cases of Coronavirus This Week As Infections Skyrocket

Twenty countries have reported their first cases of the new coronavirus this week, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to over 82,000 in 50 countries since the outbreak began in December. At least 2,800 people have died worldwide.Read more...
Tags: Japan, Science, Greece, Georgia, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Italy, Oman, Finland, Croatia, Who, World Health Organization, Norway, Pandemics, Outbreaks


Antenna TV: Your face Sounds Familiar - Equalizers

ANT1, one of the top TV channels in Greece, is about to host an all-time-favourite show for its sixth season: Your Face Sounds Familiar. The show is based on a global concept, upon which celebrity contestants "transform" into global or local singers to show off both singing and disguise skills. Combining these axes - image and sound - we created a print campaign that puts the name of the show... to the test. ...
Tags: Greece, Advertising


Get out and hear some ... Live jazz in Rochester, February 27th through March 4th

Congratulations to jazz singer Nancy Kelly  and jazz drummer Roy McCurdy, both who have Rochester roots, for being two of the inductees to the 2020 Class of the Rochester Music Hall of Fame! They will both play on April 26th at the Induction Ceremony at Kodak Hall At Eastman Theatre. Yesterday, the Rochester International Jazz Festival also announced two more headliners in the "Big House" (Eastman Theatre): Puss 'N Boots (with Nora Jones, Sasha Dobson and Catherine Popper) and Wynonna Ryder and...
Tags: Facebook, Greece, Mtv, Jazz, Rochester, Michael, Kamasi Washington, Catherine Popper, Sinatra, Glen, Hanna, Cyrille Aimee, ESM, Glenn Miller, Boney James, Mendon


Choreographer Alexei Ratmansky unveils his latest work, ‘Of Love and Rage,’ in Southern California

Even among elite choreographers, Alexei Ratmansky early on generated great excitement. American Ballet Theatre hired him the nanosecond he left the celebrated — but notoriously hidebound — Bolshoi Ballet, where he was artistic director from 2004 to the end of 2008. ABT created the new position of Artist in Residence just for him. His primary task: to create new ballets. But that shorthand hardly summarizes the impact Ratmansky has had since moving to New York City in 2009. America’s second oldes...
Tags: Greece, California, Iraq, New York City, America, Sport, Dance, Things To Do, Soccer, Athens, Stanley Kubrick, Theater, Clara, Southern California, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Babylon


Podcast #588: The Audacious Command of Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great became king of Macedonia at age 19. By age 30 he controlled an empire that spanned from Greece to India. In the two thousand years after his early death, his influence has persisted. Military leaders from Caesar to Napoleon studied his campaigns and imitated his strategies and tactics, and without Alexander, the influence of Greek culture on the world wouldn’t have been the same.  My guest today has written a very readable, yet academically authoritative biography of this ...
Tags: Podcast, Greece, Life, India, Macedonia, Napoleon, Philip, Alexander, Alexander the Great, Caesar, Ancient Greece, Philip Freeman, Alexander Alexander, Military History, Philip Philip, Aristotle Philip


Coronavirus news: Greece and Brazil confirm first cases as WHO says world not ready for pandemic - live updates

Coronavirus impact on financial markets continues, as UK schools told not to shut over infection fears. Follow live news UK: schools to shut and travel curbs planned if virus spreadsTell us: have you been affected by the coronavirus?What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms? 11.33am GMT A Brazilian government test has confirmed the first case of a fast-spreading new coronavirus in Latin America, a source told Reuters on Wednesday. Brazil’s Health Ministry declined to commen...
Tags: UK, Science, Greece, World news, Medical Research, Infectious Diseases, Italy, Brazil, Who, Latin America, Reuters, Civil Protection Agency, Angelo Borrelli, Coronavirus outbreak, Reuters on Wednesday Brazil 's Health Ministry


Volunteer Tourists Are Still Showing Up at Greek Refugee Camps. Are They Really Helping?

When Omar Alshakal, a 26 year-old Syrian refugee, arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos , having swum across the Mediterranean from Turkey in 2014, he found the Moria refugee camp to be flooded with young, Western volunteers. After spending time almost a year in the camp, Alshakal began to notice a trend. “When young people arrive from their countries, they see kids here and fall in love with them,” says Alshakal, who founded his own organization, Refugee 4 Refugee, in 2017. “They sp...
Tags: Europe, News, Greece, Uncategorized, European Union, Turkey, Afghanistan, United Nations, UNHCR, Mediterranean, Refugee, Spyros Galinos, Knott, Moria, Yousef, Greece refugees


Greece, UEFA vow to clean up Greek football

Athens (AFP) – The Greek government on Tuesday signed an accord with UEFA to clean up Greek football, seeking ways to tackle the threat posed by corruption, match-fixing and other problems. “We’ve taken a political... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Greece, Sport, Soccer, Athens, Uefa, Afp


Travel News: February 25, 2020

Disney Cruise Line Announces New Ports and Itineraries for Summer 2021Travel Pulse The summer 2021 season is shaping up to be an exciting one for Disney Cruise Line. The company just announced its summer itineraries with a return to Greece and new ports of call in Greece, Sweden and Norway. Petition urges airlines to seat families together for freeUSA Today Travelers buying airline tickets today are increasingly faced with a costly decision: pay up for seat assignments or risk not...
Tags: Travel, Mississippi, Greece, Viking, National Park Service, News And Deals, Anchorage Daily News, Delta United, Denali National Park, Spirit and Frontier, Disney Cruise Line, Denali Park Road, Greece Sweden, Norway Petition, Dubuque City Council


Greek authorities scramble to calm tensions over migrant detention camp

Violent scenes underscore resistance to construction of camps on Lesbos and other Aegean islandsGreek authorities are desperately trying to contain mounting tensions over government plans to construct migrant detention camps on the north Aegean islands after a night of clashes between residents and riot police on Lesbos and Chios.Security forces used teargas and stun grenades to disperse crowds gathered at sites designated for the controversial facilities. In Chios, a local mayor and a priest we...
Tags: Europe, Greece, World news, Migration, Refugees, Aegean


Clashes over Greece's migrant detention camp plans continue

Authorities try to contain mounting tensions over plans for camps on Aegean islandsGreek authorities are desperately trying to contain mounting tensions over government plans to construct migrant detention camps on the north Aegean islands after a night of clashes between residents and riot police on Lesbos and Chios.Security forces used teargas and stun grenades to disperse crowds gathered at sites designated for the controversial facilities. In Chios, a local mayor and priest were rushed to ho...
Tags: Europe, Greece, World news, Migration, Aegean


New discoveries in neuroscience show what’s right and wrong with AI

Two separate studies, one by UK-based artificial intelligence lab DeepMind and the other by researchers in Germany and Greece, display the fascinating relations between AI and neuroscience. As most scientists will tell you, we are still decades away from building artificial general intelligence, machines that can solve problems as efficiently as humans. On the path to creating general AI, the human brain, arguably the most complex creation of nature, is the best guide we have. Advances in neuros...
Tags: Startups, UK, Science, Greece, Germany, Tech, World, Artificial Intelligence, Syndication


Police and protesters clash on Greek islands over new migrant camps

Teargas used against demonstrators on Lesbos and Chios who want migrants moved to the mainlandClashes have broken out on the Greek islands of Lesbos and Chios, where residents tried to prevent the arrival of riot police and excavating machines to be used to build new migrant detention camps.Police fired teargas to disperse the crowds that gathered early on Tuesday to try to prevent officers from disembarking from government-chartered ferries. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Greece, World news, Migration, Refugees


18 Easy Steps for Planning Your Next Trip

Updated: 02/24/20 | February 24th, 2020 I remember when I started planning my first trip around the world. I had no idea what I was doing. When I decided to quit my job and travel the world, I walked into a bookstore and bought Lonely Planet’s Southeast Asia on Shoestring. Buying that guidebook was my first step toward long-term travel. It made the trip seem more real, more tangilbe. It made it all seem possible. While helpful, the book didn’t exactly prepare me for planning a trip around the ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Asia, Europe, UK, Travel Planning, Greece, Berlin, Southeast Asia, US, Colombia, Thailand, Travel Inspiration, Hawaii, Paris


Forensic Architecture redeploys surveillance-state tech to combat state-sponsored violence

The specter of constant surveillance hangs over all of us in ways we don’t even fully understand, but it is also possible to turn the tools of the watchers against them. Forensic Architecture is exhibiting several long-term projects at the Museum of Art and Design in Miami that use the omnipresence of technology as a way to expose crimes and violence by oppressive states. Over seven years Eyal Weizman and his team have performed dozens of investigations into instances of state-sponsored violence...
Tags: Social, TC, Gadgets, Facebook, UK, Media, Greece, Privacy, Government, Israel, US, Tech, Chicago, Pakistan, Cameroon, Amnesty International


Greece halts construction on new refugee camps

Greece (MNN) — Aegean locals are tiring of refugees from Turkey, but migration doesn’t look to be stopping any time soon. Greece has decided to stop construction on new refugee camps, but Tasos Ioannidis with AMG International believes that the situation is only meant to appease locals and won’t last very long. Neither are the islanders going to get what they really want. “They want, really, the refugees to be moved from the islands to the mainland, and the government does not want to do t...
Tags: Greece, Turkey, Syria, Middle East, Christ, Amg, Luke, Thessaloniki, Aegean, Aegean Islands, St Luke s Hospital, Tasos Ioannidis, Ioannidis, AMG International, Jesus God, AMG International on Facebook


The Globally Networked Museum – Could It Be The Museum Model For The 21st Century?

Greece and Britain have the opportunity to renew their respective stories by leading the way in creating a museum for the 21st century. How it would be organised would be open to discussions. But at a minimum, it would be a consortium of museums from around the world prepared to contribute works from their own collections to tell the story of human history. The exhibits would depict the way that past thought, religion, politics, art and history has formed a platform for each stage of hu...
Tags: Art, Greece, Britain, Audience, Visual, 02.20.20


Arsenal Master Mikel Arteta Blueprint In Win Over Everton

Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has praised his side for shrugging off their congested fixture schedule to beat Everton – and believes the players met his tactical demands for large periods of the game. The Gunners came from a goal down to take all three points against the Toffees in a five-goal thriller at the Emirates Stadium to cap an impressive week, with three victories in the space of seven days. Dominic Calvert-Lewin opened the scoring after just 51 seconds with an acrobatic strike befor...
Tags: Europe, London, Greece, Sport, Soccer, Arsenal, Everton, Emirates Stadium, Mikel Arteta, Toffees, Aubameyang, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Arteta, Olympiacos, Bernd Leno, Eddie Nketiah


3 "symptoms" of atheism, as described by a Christian minister

A recently published article claims to identify the symptoms of "low-level atheism."Among these symptoms are worrying, cursing, and not tithing. There is a solution to all of this though, not being an atheist. Sending in money is also involved. Alaskan minister Tad Lindley recently published an essay pointing out the symptoms of low-level atheism. This groundbreaking work, destined to be the foundation of further theological study for decades to come, identifies three major symptoms of the condi...
Tags: Comedy, Greece, Religion, United States, Innovation, Atheism, Jesus, God, Christ, Matthew, Tourette, Don, Abraham, Sartre, Malachi, Lindley


Why Real-Estate Investing In Greece Is A Great Idea Now

Greece has been on the verge of becoming a hot destination for real estate investment in the last few years. The reason for this surge in interests from property investors can be explained, and it has a lot to do with Greece’s current economic recovery and the influx of investment into the coastal country. But why is real-estate investing a great idea now? Well, property experts have made favourable projections that have caught the ears of property spinners from around the world, especially Eur...
Tags: Startups, Europe, Real Estate, Greece, Investment, Athens, Others, Central Bank, Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Investment, Athens Tourism Boom Athens


5 museums you might not know in Athens

Every traveler who visits Athens usually has one main goal: to see the Acropolis. Climbing up this Athenian hill to view the majestic Parthenon in person is almost every visitor’s first stop, followed by a trip to the splendid Acropolis Museum. While the sprawling Acropolis Museum shares deep insights into the history and daily life […] The post 5 museums you might not know in Athens appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Greece, Attractions, Athens, Parthenon, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe, Acropolis Museum


KFC: The Story of the Little One

Despite its worldwide renowned fame, KFC operates just 7 stores in Greece, making it hard to establish connection and build brand image. Therefore, KFC's iconic tagline "finger lickin' good" as well as its ballsy brand character are unknown to Greeks. In an attempt to "wake up" those assets and transform the "sweet American grandpa" - as Greek perception has it - to a cool guy you'd hang out with, we employed storytelling; but not the casual one. Storytelling that can have scr...
Tags: Greece, Advertising, Kfc


Why this royal proposal was such a shock

When Prince Philip of Greece proposed to Princess Elizabeth -- the royal who would soon become Queen Elizabeth II -- her parents weren't thrilled. Watch CNN Original Series "The Windsors: Inside the Royal Dynasty" Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Tags: News, Greece, Stories, Queen Elizabeth Ii, Elizabeth, Philip


The best hikes in Santorini

Santorini is one of the most-visited places on Earth and certainly a favorite in Greece. As an island with so many glamorous things to do, the sweatier activities can be forgotten for more refined alternatives like perusing boutiques, sipping sunset cocktails, and savoring excellent dinners. Yet Santorini, the outer rim of an exploded volcano, has a fascinating geologic history that makes for breathtaking vistas and worthwhile hikes. Santorini was once round Photo: Andrew Mayovskyy/Shutter...
Tags: Travel, Greece, Earth, Athens, Caldera, Santorini, All, Oia, Fira, Santa Maria, Ilias, Firostefani, Perissa, Athinios, Nea Kameni, Imerovigli


EU Will Demand UK Return Parthenon Marbles To Greece As Part Of Brexit Deal

The European Union will demand that Britain gives a collection of ancient marble sculptures back to Greece as part of a post-Brexit trade deal. Greece has long argued that the Parthenon Marbles — also called the Elgin Marbles — were unlawfully removed from the Parthenon temple in Athens in the early 19th century by the British diplomat Lord Elgin. – Business Insider
Tags: Art, UK, Greece, Eu, European Union, Britain, Athens, Parthenon, Visual, 02.19.20


My Sister Doesn’t Like My Future Wife

From a man in Greece: I am in my thirties and preparing my marriage with the woman i desire but the last year my sister and future wife do not get along. It all started when my sister moved to the same town with us. I believe due to jealousy and fear of being neglected by me, she started behaving really bad to my future wife, showing her that she does not want her. My future wife got really upset but tried to make things better with my sister but after a few bad events, she decided she no longer...
Tags: Family, General, Marriage, Greece, Relationships, Sister, Family Schism, Family Feud, Family Grudge


Man arrested after alleged death threats against Adam Schiff and Charles Schumer

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — A western New York man was charged Wednesday with threatening to kill U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-New York, and Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Burbank, because he was angered over the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. The U.S. Attorney’s Office said Salvatore Lippa, 57, of the Rochester suburb of Greece was accused of leaving profanity-laced voice mail threats against the lawmakers. Prosecutors said Lippa left a phone message at Schiff’s Washington, D.C., offic...
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