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DC’s iconic (and free) museums have been closed since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Smithsonian will reopen eight of its facilities to the public in May, starting with the National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia, Wednesday, May 5. Additional museums and the National Zoo will open
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Feel Myanmar is a well known restaurant in Yangon, Myanmar, that serves just about every type of Burmese / Myanmar food you can imagine. Read my full post here: http://migrationology.com/2014/09/feel-myanmar-food-restaurant-yangon/ When I asked on a video about some suggestions for where to eat on my latest trip to Yangon, Myanmar, probably the most mentioned restaurant
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Ferrara, a 127-year-old bakery, is a Little Italy destination and one of the last surviving pastry shops in the neighborhood. It’s famous for pastries such as cannoli, tri-color cookies, and tiramisu. But around November and December, its most coveted dessert turns to struffoli, a Neapolitan holiday dessert. Insider’s Taryn Varricchio headed to Ferrara to learn
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It seemed like a ready China business-book hit: Juan Antonio Fernandez and Laurie Underwood, two business professors in China, last year updated their successful book from 2006 “China CEO” with a new look at how foreign companies have been faring in the country’s fast-growing economy. “China CEO II” highlights hiring, digitalization and consumer power through
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Get ready to saddle up and hit the trail…literally. We’ve negotiated more than $100 in exclusive savings on 2-night getaways at this Old West-style dude ranch near the Grand Canyon’s western rim. You have the option to skip the summer crowds too, as these savings extend all the way into October of 2021. Fully Refundable
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Vacasa The Home Run House in Warren, Vermont These beautiful rentals are a plant-lover’s paradise. The home gardening trend that bloomed during the pandemic has planted roots for the long term, with nurseries continuing to report record sales as consumers test and refine their green thumbs. Plant-loving travelers looking to take their plant parentings skills
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The Biden administration’s recently announced restrictions on travelers from India are unlikely to play a significant role in limiting new coronavirus cases in the U.S., Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Friday. “Will it have an impact? Perhaps a minor impact on the margins in terms of reducing introductions. It’s not going to dramatically affect our
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(CNN) — The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) again delayed the deadline for enforcement of REAL ID requirements, the latest pandemic-related extension for the program aimed at establishing a consistent security standard for issuing driver’s licenses and other identification. DHS announced Tuesday it is extending the REAL ID full enforcement date by 19 months,
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More and more drinkers are switching up their consumption patterns, be it full-on teetotalling or taking more breaks from boozy nights.  This shift in consumer behavior has fueled massive growth in the low- and no-alcohol categories, beckoning in new brands and drumming up exciting category innovation. Beverage analysis firm IWSR expects the category to increase
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The bust was carved in the DC landmark’s Human Rights Porch alongside Rosa Parks, Mother Teresa, civil rights activist Jonathan Daniels and Eleanor Roosevelt and others “who have taken significant, profound and life-changing actions in the fight for human rights, social justice, civil rights, and the welfare of other human beings,” the cathedral said in
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Craving an IPA but want to skip the booze? Why not crack open a can of hop water. Over the last several months, a number of beverage brands have introduced hop-infused concoctions designed to replace both alcohol and traditional sparkling water. Most recently, Colorado-based beverage company Hoplark – which makes the “HopTea” brand of hoppy
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