Month: April 2021

As the drinking and dining industry celebrates victories like better-than-anticipated sales and the July 1 full reopening of New York City’s leisure and hospitality businesses, most bar and restaurant owners are still struggling mightily to financially recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Though they got direct relief from the Biden Administration’s American Rescue Plan Act of
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Tea is deeply rooted in many cultures. It tends to be more than just a beverage in countries around the world, but a moment of togetherness and connection. From the very first cup of tea, dating back to ancient China in 2732 BC, tea and tea culture have impacted the very way countries socialize. There
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CDC issues next phase of the conditional sail order for cruise ship operators. APRIL 29, 2021 Today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the next phase of technical guidance under the Framework for Conditional Sailing Order (CSO) requiring cruise lines to establish agreements at ports where they intend to operate, implement routine testing of crew, and
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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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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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After their toughest year in decades, craft beer producers finally have a reason to (cautiously) toast their recent sales figures. Two measures released this week show US craft beer sales rebounding to pre-pandemic levels as bars, restaurants and entertainment venues begin their gradual return to normal attendance after a year of COVID-19 related restrictions. After
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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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(CNN) — No Wi-Fi and spotty cell service hold a certain allure after 13 months of Zoom calls. That lack of connectivity is a key selling point for Getaway, a mini-vacation concept that has grown in the past six years from a few tiny rental cabins outside of Boston to 581 custom-built cabins sprinkled across
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