Everything You Want to Know About Disney Vacation Club all in One Place What started in 1991 as a single resort concept at Walt Disney World called “Disney Vacation Club” (a resort that is now known as Disney’s Old Key West Resort) has since blossomed into a full-scale range of Disney deluxe villas with properties located in key areas across North America. With the near vertical trajectory of Disney Vacation Club Resort hotels coming online at a fairly regular clip, there is a lot of interest and curiosity about Disney’s successful timeshare concept. And with good reason. It Makes Sense to Join DVC for a Certain Type of Disney Traveler Disney Vacation Club is not like other timeshare programs and for a certain type of Disney traveler it can make very good fiscal sense to invest in a DVC membership. I’ve written several posts over the years talking about Disney Vacation Club (DVC) and in this post I am curating all of those articles so that travelers … [Read more...] about Disney Vacation Club: Everything You Need to Know about DVC
Why would you like to work here
Nara Schoenberg Chicago Tribune Published 7:37 PM EDT Jun 3, 2019 Wrapped tightly around her head, with no softly draping fabric to distract her during meetings at her tech startup, Dilara Sayeed’s hijab is American in more ways than one. Her hijab, or Muslim headscarf, has a sleek, professional profile that is mostly seen in the U.S. And the spirit with which Sayeed, a former Democratic candidate for the Illinois House of Representatives, wears her hijab is American as well. When Sayeed’s Indian-born father questioned her decision to cover her hair at age 19, saying, “You’re in America now; you don’t have to do this,” Sayeed’s comeback was the stuff of a high school civics class: “It’s because I’m American that I can choose to cover, Daddy.” At a time of fraught debate about immigration and national identity, the hijab has become a flashpoint and a symbol of solidarity, with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda … [Read more...] about Women discuss what it’s like to wear a hijab
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Victoria McGrane Globe Staff January 11, 2019 Don’t like Elizabeth Warren? Here’s your chance to tell her — or at least tell her presidential exploratory committee.If you visit Warren’s political website — elizabethwarren.com, revamped for her plunge into the 2020 waters — it initially looks as you would suspect: Her key messages like “WE WILL SAVE OUR DEMOCRACY,” in all caps, flash across the screen, then the site asks “Will you join our fight?” Below, a classic button appears, declaring “I’m all in,” which takes visitors to a page where they can share their contact information. But below that are two other options, which aren’t so typical: “I’m not sure yet,” and, in even smaller print, “Actually, I’m not in, and here’s why.” … [Read more...] about Don’t like Elizabeth Warren? Here’s how you can tell her how you feel.
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Matt Stout Globe Staff January 07, 2019 In 2017, a question gnawed at Lori Trahan. A business consultant, she remembers often being the only woman in a boardroom. She was hired by Uber to help gauge how it could get female drivers involved. (She ended up driving an Uber herself for months as research.) And with President Trump’s 2016 election — and Congress’s dismal share of female representation — it again came into focus.“Why,” she asked herself, “aren’t there more women running?” Advertisement Then an answer hit her — an aha moment plucked from a movie script — when a congresswoman, her congresswoman, announced she would retire. Get Metro Headlines in your inbox: The 10 top local news stories from metro Boston and around New England delivered daily. Thank you for signing up! Sign up … [Read more...] about Lori Trahan helped set the record for women elected to Congress. Here’s what makes her tick.
0 Have your say STEVE BRUCE will have a major influence on Sheffield Wednesday this month, despite not officially arriving as manager until February 1, according to assistant Steve Agnew. Bruce, sacked by Aston Villa in early October, was this week named as Jos Luhukay’s successor at Hillsborough. Personal reasons prevented the 58-year-old from taking the reins immediately with The Yorkshire Post understanding the contractual terms of his departure from Villa Park are the most pertinent factor behind the delay. But although the former Hull City chief may not physically be in Sheffield until next month, Agnew is certain Bruce will be in regular contact with a coaching staff that also includes fellow new arrival Stephen Clemence and Lee Bullen.“Steve is hard working,” said Agnew, also part of Bruce’s backroom staff at Hull and Villa. “He is determined and, yes, he will be on the phone. I know he will“I have no doubt he will be … [Read more...] about Sheffield Wednesday v Luton Town: Bruce set to work by remote control