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11 Foolproof, Vintage-Inspired Summer Outfit Ideas

Lately, we’ve been looking to the past for ways to deal with the present. Those of us who were too busy for family meals pre-coronavirus are now cooking at home more than ever. We’re scheduling long, leisurely phone calls; we’re writing letters (with a pen and paper and everything!); we’re planting our own gardens, even in New York (my colleague Steff Yotka set hers up on the fire escape). There’s something comforting about these slower, deliberately low-tech habits, perhaps because they help us feel connected to the past. These are things our parents and grandparents did—and the activities feel a lot more stimulating than a mindless Instagram scroll.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Style

Homes in Many U.S. Opportunity Zones Enjoy Healthy Price Increases

According to a new report by ATTOM Data Solutions, qualified Opportunity Zones established by Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs act of 2017, found that 45 percent of the zones saw median home prices rise by more than the national increase of 11.3 percent from the first quarter of 2019 to the first quarter of 2020. That was down slightly from the 47 percent of zones that bested the 9.4 percent annual change from the fourth quarter of 2018 to the same period in 2019.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Real Estate

Comfort Foods From Around the World

No matter their culture or country of origin, go-to comfort foods have a lot in common: high in calories and carbs, often salt- and sugar-rich and a strong nostalgic element. Certain ingredients also tend to be well-represented: cheese, potatoes, bread or dough. With stress levels high during the pandemic, we're all craving some stick-to-your-ribs reassurance. From Brazil's doughy rolls to China's steamed pork buns, dive into these well-loved favorites from around the globe.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Travel

50 Foods That Are Super Healthy

It’s easy to wonder which foods are healthiest. A vast number of foods are both healthy and tasty. By filling your plate with fruits, vegetables, quality protein, and other whole foods, you’ll have meals that are colorful, versatile, and good for you. Here are 50 incredibly healthy foods. Most of them are surprisingly delicious.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Health

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas Buy and Sell in the New York Suburbs

Hollywood power couple Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have made some adjustments to their New York real estate portfolio with the purchase of one mansion and the sale of another.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Style

Congress wants Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to testify about alleged predatory business practices

Congress has some questions for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. The House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Mr Bezos on Friday asking him to appear before the panel after the Wall Street Journal reported last week that Amazon has used sensitive business information from third-party sellers on its platform to develop competing products.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Shopping

No students. No graduation. ‘Total devastation’ in college towns during coronavirus pandemic

When Clemson University students turn 21, they celebrate at Tiger Town Tavern by buying one of the downtown bar’s iconic “I’m Legal!” T-shirts. On fall game days, football fans and alumni pack around the pool tables and onto the outdoor patio, leaving a line of people out the door. And on just about every other day, regulars have a Tiger orange barstool where they sit every time they come in for beer and bar food.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Education

Dimitris Manikis, managing director, EMEA, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

As the hospitality community begins to take the first steps into the post-Covid-19 world, Breaking Travel News speaks with Dimitris Manikis, managing director for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, about how things might have changed during lockdown.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Travel

The Future of Travel. How the industry will change after the pandemic.

By every measure, the coronavirus pandemic has decimated the travel industry. The images of the world’s shutdown are eerie, the numbers are staggering. Approximately 100 million travel sector jobs, according to one global estimate, have been eliminated or will be. Passenger traffic on U.S. airlines is down 95 percent compared to last year, while international passenger revenues are expected to decrease by more than $300 billion. Domestic hotel occupancy rates fell off a cliff and now hover around 25 percent.

 
16. 5. 2020 | | Rubrika: Travel