Updated 6:15 am PST, Friday, November 16, 2018 FILE - In this Aug. 29, 2009, file photo, artist Robert Indiana poses at his studio in Vinalhaven, Maine. The estate of Indiana, creator of the iconic LOVE series, is auctioning off two paintings that belonged to him to raise money to defend against a lawsuit and to stabilize his deteriorating home. less FILE - In this Aug. 29, 2009, file photo, artist Robert Indiana poses at his studio in Vinalhaven, Maine. The estate of Indiana, creator of the iconic LOVE series, is auctioning off two paintings that belonged ... more Photo: Joel Page, AP Photo: Joel Page, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this Aug. 29, 2009, file photo, artist Robert Indiana poses at his studio in Vinalhaven, Maine. The estate of Indiana, … [Read more...] about 2 paintings belonging to LOVE artist are being auctioned
By Robert Niles | PUBLISHED: November 13, 2018 at 6:33 am | UPDATED: November 14, 2018 at 10:34 am The last four months of the year are pretty much nonstop at Disneyland and other major theme parks around the country. From Labor Day on, it’s Halloween, until November brings the start of the Christmas season. Theme parks hardly stand alone with the holiday focus. But allow me a moment to recognize the often-forgotten holiday that’s sandwiched between Halloween and Christmas. Where is the love for Thanksgiving? If nothing else, Thanksgiving used to signal the beginning of the Christmas season. It’s Santa Claus who wraps the annual Thanksgiving Day parade in New York, after all. But for whatever reason, the nations’s businesses decided that it would promote Christmas to fill the marketing gap between Halloween and Black Friday. Sorry, but that’s it, pilgrim. It’s not that Thanksgiving fails to offer commercial opportunities. How much money will your … [Read more...] about Where’s the love for Thanksgiving at theme parks?
A large portion of today’s population would love nothing more than to work and travel at the same time. While there is nothing inherently wrong with a 9-5 job, it’s not something that many people would willingly choose. That goes double for those that prefer to see the world while they earn a salary. In fact, there are a lot of getting paid to travel jobs that just about anybody can do. In many cases, you can find a job abroad without experience, which can absolutely change your life for the better. Below, you can find 30 ways to make money while traveling. Flight Attendant Working as a flight attendant is a great job for those who love to travel. There are many benefits to the job such as travel perks, multi-day layovers in different cities around the world and more. You will gain experience on the job which you will be able to use in the future as well as new skill sets such as learning CPR, customer service skills and maybe even learn a second language. While the … [Read more...] about 30+ Best Jobs For People Who Love Traveling
Kelvin Chan, Ap Business Writer Updated 2:59 am PST, Monday, November 12, 2018 In this photo taken Oct. 21, 2018, Paddy Kelly and his daughter Ailish use Gohenry, one of a wave of digital banking apps for children, in London. A wave of digital pocket money apps that come with prepaid cards are new tools for financial education as money increasingly goes digital, in a shift that’s raising uncertainty about how cashless transactions affect youngsters’ view of money. less In this photo taken Oct. 21, 2018, Paddy Kelly and his daughter Ailish use Gohenry, one of a wave of digital banking apps for children, in London. A wave of digital pocket money apps that come with prepaid ... more Photo: Kelvin Chan, AP In this Oct. 17, 2018 photo, Alex Zivoder, CEO of Gohenry, a digital banking startup aimed at children, holds up a sample of the prepaid debit cards that the app comes with, in London. A wave of … [Read more...] about Pocket money apps aim to help kids in cashless world
Viet Nam News by Paul Kennedy So there’s one thing I hate about living in Việt Nam. Something that really gets on my nerves. It’s not quite got to the stage that I want to pack it all in and head back to good ol’ Blighty, but at the same time it drives me mad. What is it? Time difference. It is a problem which has now been exaggerated after the clocks changed in the UK meaning we are now seven hours ahead of Great Britain. That means your average 3pm kick-off for a Premier League match is 10pm here. That I can live with. It’s evening kick-offs that mess with my head. Last week I waited until 12.30am for the Liverpool match away at Arsenal and I don’t even want to talk about Champions League fixtures. Kick off 2.45am, 4.30am finish a few hours kip (provided you’re not wired after watching a great game) and it’s up and out for work looking like a zombie at 9am. But you know what? Despite my body clock telling me not too, I still … [Read more...] about For the love of football, please leave it alone