Wednesday newsletters always feature a luxury hotel and/or flight review. Today (March 9, 2016): Review of The Lanesborough London (UK). Location: Google Maps Link: Hotel website Tip: enjoy free VIP amenities when booking via Virtusoso The Lanesborough Hotel reopened in summer 2015 following an extensive renovation project, regaining its position as one of London’s finest residences. The 93-room iconic hotel is now managed by the Oetker Collection, the prestigious portfolio of ‘masterpiece hotels” including Le Bristol Paris, Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in the South of France and Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa in Baden-Baden, amongst others. The renovation honours the building’s architectural heritage as one of London’s most revered Regency landmarks. It embodies the signature style that has become synonymous with The Lanesborough, whilst incorporating the latest in contemporary luxury and … [Read more...] about Review of The Lanesborough London
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Wednesday newsletters always feature a hotel or flight review. I recently enjoyed a sublime holiday in one of my favorite destinations in the world, the Seychelles, an astonishingly beautiful island archipelago in the Indian Ocean. You can read my trip reports here: Review: Qatar Airways A350 QSuites from Frankfurt to Doha (world’s best Business Class) Review: Qatar Airways A330 Business Class from Doha to the Seychelles Review: Four Seasons Resort Seychelles (Mahe island) Review: Raffles Seychelles Resort (today) Review: Banyan Tree Resort Seychelles (Mahe island) Review: Maia Luxury Resort & Spa (Mahe island) Review: Constance Ephelia Resort (Mahe island) Review: British Airways B787 Dreamliner Business Class Seychelles to London Today (24 April 2019): Review of Raffles Seychelles (Praslin island). Location: Google Maps Hotel website: Raffles Seychelles Tip: enjoy exclusive VIP amenities when booking via Virtuoso … [Read more...] about Review: Raffles Seychelles Hotel
Julie Hinds Detroit Free Press Published 11:24 AM EDT Apr 3, 2019 Jose Casas doesn't separate art from politics. Where others see a theater stage as a home for imaginary worlds, he sees it as a place to document reality. Real pain. Real anger. The real betrayals of governments and corporations that put their policy agendas before the well-being of the people. "It's very rare that I come up with a story and characters and am like, 'Now I'm going to write a play.' It's usually something pissing me off. There are my characters and stories," says the University of Michigan assistant professor, who heads the playwriting minor in the School of Music, Theatre & Dance. "Flint," a new monologue play by Casas, walks fearlessly into uncomfortable topics to tell stories of a city that's become synonymous with the 2014 decision to switch water sources to save money. The devastating cost turned out to be the health of its … [Read more...] about U-M’s ‘Flint’ monologue play gives voice to a city betrayed
Updated 10:05 pm CST, Friday, December 28, 2018 In this Nov. 2, 2018 photo, a sign in the window at Sears promises that "This isn't goodbye," at the Livingston Mall in Livingston, N.J. Sears is closing 80 more stores as it teeters on the brink of liquidation. The 130-year old retailer set a deadline of Friday, Dec. 28, 2018 for bids for its remaining stores to avert closing down completely. less In this Nov. 2, 2018 photo, a sign in the window at Sears promises that "This isn't goodbye," at the Livingston Mall in Livingston, N.J. Sears is closing 80 more stores as it teeters on the brink of ... more Photo: Ted Shaffrey, AP Photo: Ted Shaffrey, AP Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 In this Nov. 2, 2018 photo, a sign in the window at Sears promises that "This isn't … [Read more...] about Lampert’s hedge fund says bid submitted to save Sears
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Weddings Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Weddings | Why Go to the Chapel or City Hall When You Can Say ‘I Do’ Like Aquaman? Supported by Field Notes ByHilary Sheinbaum Dec. 19, 2018 Justin and Crystal Reynolds shared their first dance as husband and wife almost three years ago surrounded by friends, family, manta rays and whale sharks. They married submerged in 6.3 million gallons of water inside the Ocean Voyager exhibit at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. “We definitely wanted to mix our wedding with diving because it was something we were so passionate about,” said Ms. Reynolds, 33, who lives in Weston, Fla., and is studying criminal justice and forensic psychology at Purdue University Global. In preparation, the bridesmaid, groomsman and officiant achieved scuba certification. “Everyone had to wear a dive suit, and … [Read more...] about Why Go to the Chapel or City Hall When You Can Say ‘I Do’ Like Aquaman?