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Looking Forward: Where The Travel Pros Are Dreaming Of Going

Vernazza, Italy Anders Jilden via Unsplash Though travel is off the table for much of the global population at the moment, travel professionals worldwide are looking forward to the future with a spirit of optimism and perseverance. From far-flung islands to the near-by boltholes, these are the places that the …

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YouTuber And Influencer Adelaine Morin: “Work Smarter, Not Harder”

Entrepreneur, YouTuber, influencer, and just a real badass businesswoman, Adelaine Morin is taking the world by storm. With her colourful looks and magnetic personality, everything this woman does is exciting to watch. And to help you get to know Adelaine better, we’ve asked her a few vital questions. (Beyond Fashion …

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Public shame to the rescue

But as the coronavirus outbreak has spread throughout the United States, it has unexpectedly fallen on individuals to monitor their peers’ behavior in a way that is new, uncomfortable, and often very, very public. With the country’s social distancing advisories for individuals really more strong suggestions than actual enforceable rules, …

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Music 11 Artists Flourishing in El Salvador’s Fertile Underground

Where is Central America? I don’t mean on a map—but in the media. With the rare exception of Costa Rica, which in the past we’ve highlighted as an exciting haven for music, fashion and nightlife, the rest of the region remains a glaring omission from the greater cultural conversation. Take …

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Poland tightens restrictions further against coronavirus

WARSAW (Reuters) – Poland will impose further restrictions on public life, including closing parks and hotels, to curb the spread of coronavirus and avoid the fate of Italy and Spain, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said. The army will also help police to keep people off the streets if they have …

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Ajumouh: The left-footed 10-year-old diamond

Toni Ufoh Kid wonder Augustine Ajumouh is a sight to behold on the ball. The 10-year-old pupil of Mulero Junior College, Iyana-Ipaja, Lagos trickery, intelligence and dazzling displays made friends and fans alike nickname him Messi, after the Argentine megastar, even at his tender age. “When it comes to playing …

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Master List Of Hotel Coronavirus Change And Cancellation Policies

Forbes Travel Guide Last updated March 20, 11:09 a.m. In these precarious times, the last thing you need as you’re scrambling to rearrange your travel plans is to worry about your hotel reservation. Thankfully, many luxury properties around the globe understand your plight and are easing restrictions that typically come …

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Ways explored to ease farmers’ sufferings in Assam, says Agriculture Minister Atul Bora

Each of the six lakh beneficiaries to get Rs 2,500 for procurement of farm equipments STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI: The State government is exploring ways to ease the sufferings of each family associated with agriculture in Assam. “Once the COVID situation normalizes, we’ll put in place the necessary steps in this …

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The lack of COVID-19 testing ‘really a shame’

GRAND RAPIDS — Tests and the lack thereof were a focus of a COVID-19 virtual town hall meeting hosted by the Kent County Health Department via Facebook this past Friday. Kent County has 96 positive test cases of COVID-19 and one related death to date, while Ionia County and Montcalm …

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The Single Object: The internet cable that connects us to the rest of the world

The Single Object is a series exploring our material culture, examining the meaning and influence of objects that surround us in everyday life. Artist Bronwyn Holloway-Smith shares her obsession with the 30,000km long Southern Cross Cable that connects New Zealand to the internet and the rest of the world, and …

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