Leading small-group adventure operator G Adventures announced today the enactment of its first official animal welfare policy, which builds upon the industry-leading animal welfare guidelines that the company first introduced back in 2015 by implementing even stronger protections for wildlife in tourism. … [Read more...] about Travel News: October 8, 2019
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Officials declined to say if they have any indication whether the missing worker is alive after Saturday’s collapse. New Orleans Fire Chief Tim McConnell said they are treating their work as a rescue mission until they have evidence the missing person is dead along with two other people killed when a large part of the Hard Rock Hotel project crashed down near the city’s historic French Quarter. … [Read more...] about Travel News: October 15, 2019
“And it’s through Imagine Boston 2030 that the now-Boston Planning and Development Agency is running an unprecedented number of planning studies citywide where the community is our most important partner,” he added. “Today, we have an agency that, for the first time, uses community engagement to guide growth that is inclusive and respects the history of each of our unique neighborhoods.” … [Read more...] about Michelle Wu wants to abolish the BPDA. Here’s what to know.
“A hat-making shop in the middle of nowhere,” says April Selman, who along with her husband believe hats to be an ultimate symbol of individuality and thus believe they should be custom-made. And they believe there to be no better place for their shop than Paonia, where individuality is paramount. … [Read more...] about Coexisting in fruit- and hippie-filled Paonia