Tag Archives: Hospitality/Recreation

06Jun/20

Potential Life Saving COVID-19 Survival Manual Removed from Amazon Kindle Store Three Days before Official Launch

Dr. Steven Quay, MD, PhD, author and physician-scientist, announces the availability of his 158-page book, “Your COVID-19 Survival Manual: A Physician’s Guide to Keep You and Your Family Healthy During the Pandemic and Beyond,” in paperback and eBook format on his website, www.DrQuay.com, beginning Monday, June 8, 2020. Proceeds from the book will go to military veterans performing COVID-19 relief work in their communities. Read more

04May/20

Cinnamon Shore Reopens, Welcomes Families Eager to Return to the Texas Coast

Cinnamon Shore is now open to the public and for short-term vacation rentals, in line with the decision of the Port Aransas Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Board to open the city for fun on May 1, 2020. As families eager to escape isolation head for wide open spaces like the broad beaches of Mustang Island, they will find a safe haven at Cinnamon Shore. Read more

18Nov/19

Enterprise Rent-A-Car and GRAMMY-Nominated OneRepublic Perform an Epic One-Night-Only Show for “Share the Code. Hit the Road”

Friday night, Enterprise hosted its second annual music and adventure-driven campaign “Share the Code. Hit the Road” with OneRepublic and special guest Jamie N Commons to celebrate people who serve others through acts of kindness big and small. Read More

29Jan/18

Fitness trackers reportedly revealing U.S. soldiers’ information

Information about location and staffing of U.S. military bases around the world has been revealed by a fitness tracking company. Continue reading

31Oct/17

New glass skywalk offers tourists stunning experience in north China

China Central Television (CCTV)- A newly-opened glass skywalk in the East Taihang Scenic Area in Handan City, north China’s Hebei Province, offers tourists a chance to get a stunning experience when strolling over it. Continue reading

28Oct/17

‘White Lives Matter’ supporters chant ‘Blood and Soil’ as they rally in Tennessee

SHELBYVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 28, 2017) (NBC)- About 300 white nationalists and neo-Nazis took to the streets of the small Tennessee city of Shelbyville on Saturday (October 28) to protest refugee resettlement in the state, which sued the federal government over the issue earlier this year. Continue reading

24Oct/17

World wine output set to fall to lowest since 1961

Global wine production this year is set to fall to its lowest level since 1961 after harsh weather in western Europe damaged vineyards in the world’s largest production area. As Silvia Antonioli reports, the international wine body OIV says global output is expected to fall to 246.7 million hectolitres in 2017, down 8 percent from last year. Continue reading

28Sep/17

Eiffel Tower lights up the party ro celebrate 300 million visitors

PARIS, FRANCE (SEPTEMBER 28, 2017) (REUTERS) – The iconic Eiffel Tower, the world’s most visited monument, celebrated on Thursday (September 28) 300 million visitors since it opened to the public in 1889. Continue reading

18Sep/17

Cape Town grain silo turned into Africa’s largest art museum

What was an abandoned grain silo is now the largest museum of contemporary African art in Africa. Continue reading

11Sep/17

Pap in a pack – Nigerian entrepreneur turns traditional meal into hot commodity

A traditional staple meal made from maize or sorghum and consumed widely across Africa in different forms, Pap is being sold in Nigeria in a labelled, convenient pack with a guarantee that it is hygienically prepared and fit for export. Entrepreneur Ijeoma Ndukwe has big plans to take this simple porridge to Nigeria’s huge Diaspora population with an insatiable taste for home, and while it is not too different from what people have consumed for generations, Ndukwe says her business plan offers a more ‘complete package’.
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