Michelle Pfeiffer Makes a Clean Break, Delivering a Role for Which She’ll Be Remembered

Frances Price married well, if one’s notion of success in that department is defined more by financial comfort than by romance. Her marriage wasn’t so much loveless as moneyful, and that arguably works out better for the wealthy Manhattan wife Michelle Pfeiffer so memorably embodies in Azazel Jacobs’ “French Exit,” a sophisticated closing night choice for this year’s virtual-hybrid New York Film Festival, which “The Sisters Brothers” author Patrick deWitt

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What does the future of travel look like? | Focus

What does the future of travel look like?

There’s no doubt about the fact that the idea of travel as we know it is changing. A surprisingly young industry for how ubiquitous it now seems, the entire notion of tourism is in fact quite a recent development in human history. Nevertheless, now that we’ve discovered the pleasure of traveling to foreign lands and having unique and exotic experiences, we seem intent on doing anything to ensure this privilege

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Andie Raises $6.5M for its Trendy Swimwear Line That You Can Try in the Comfort of Your Home

As we brace for winter in the Northeast, it’s never too early to start dreaming of your next beach vacation or pool getaway. Andie is the direct-to-consumer female swimwear brand, designed for women by women.  Focused on being stylish but also functional, Andie’s line of swimwear features multiple designs, colors, and styles; both one-pieces and two pieces that address a variety of body types and preferences. The company allows customers

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The Boys season 3 release date, cast, trailer and everything else we know

Trying to sleuth out the details around The Boys season 3 on Amazon Prime Video? So are we. And apparently, the rest of the world is eager for more, too. Although the popular series only just returned on September 4 and the latest season concluded on Friday, October 9, and saw the series grow its audience tremendously.

The Boys first premiered back in the summer of 2019, and the hype

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Kroger, Hyatt Hotels, ResMed, LHC Group and NovoCure highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

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Chicago, IL – October 12, 2020 – Zacks Equity Research Shares of The Kroger Co. KR as the Bull of the Day, Hyatt Hotels Corporation H asthe Bear of the Day. In addition, Zacks Equity Research provides analysis on ResMed Inc. RMD, LHC Group, Inc. LHCG and NovoCure Limited NVCR.

Here is a synopsis of all five stocks:

Bull of the Day:

The new stay home economy

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20 Minutes With: Bruce Poon Tip, Founder of G Adventures

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Tip was in Barbados, having just flown in from a few days in Australia and New Zealand when the industry he’d helped transform shifted in ways everyone is still trying to figure out.

When Poon Tip founded G Adventures (then called Gap Adventures) at the age of 24 in 1991, the travel industry hadn’t yet realized the potential of young travelers. 

“Backpackers were like trash,” Poon Tip says

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Federal judge blocks Texas from limiting ballot drop-off sites

  • A US federal judge ruled on Friday preventing Texas Gov. Greg Abbott from reducing the number of mail-in ballot drop-off sites to one site per country, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
  • Abbott’s order would have required people to travel for miles just to reach one ballot drop-off location, which Democrats saw as voter suppression.
  • US District Judge Robert Pitman wrote that Abbott’s order would have created for elderly and disabled
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Derby Festival, Amazon to honor ‘community champions’

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (LEX 18) — The Kentucky Derby Festival and Amazon are teaming up to recognize champions in the community – those who’ve had a special impact on our lives in 2020.

Behind-the-scenes or on the front lines, the Derby Festival wants to honor those who’ve gone above and beyond through a new program called Community Champions. Beginning today, nominations are being accepted online.

“2020 has been a year like

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Pubs and gyms closed, travel banned

Pubs, gyms and casinos will be forced to close and all but essential travel to and from coronavirus hotspots banned under new measures aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will spell out his three-tier strategy on Monday with areas in England labelled as medium, high or very high risk, which will inform the “appropriate interventions” needed in each area.

Merseyside is expected to be

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The federal budget might offer write-offs and subsidies, but for Victoria’s recovery, the ball is in Dan Andrews’ court

The federal budget has left the field open for the Andrews government to develop a strategy for the state’s recovery, including targeted measures that revive Melbourne as Australia’s leading city for tourism, sports, entertainment, arts, culture, major events and population growth.



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Victoria’s reputation has been battered in this crisis, and it’s not enough to leave the recovery to individual businesses.

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Roosevelt Hotel in New York to close after nearly 100 years due to the coronavirus pandemic

Since 1924, the Roosevelt Hotel has been a witness to history.



a car parked in front of a building: After nearly a century in business, the Roosevelt Hotel will permanently close its doors.


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After nearly a century in business, the Roosevelt Hotel will permanently close its doors.

The New York City landmark was the election headquarters for Gov. Thomas Dewey when he incorrectly announced he defeated Harry Truman in the 1948 presidential election. It has served as the backdrop for movies such as “The Irishman” and it

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The Great American Road Trip

Marion McDonald, an independent advisor at Brownell Travel, goes exploring to discover some gems out west. 

Recently I heard a travel industry legend say that he equates luxury with time. I am looking at this pause as an unexpected but well-deserved sabbatical after a quarter of a century of hard work as a luxury travel advisor. I recently embarked on a seven-state adventure out west kicking off my

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Free virtual vacations offered by AAA of Pioneer Valley

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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – For those still nervous to travel, AAA of Pioneer Valley is trying to bring vacation to you in the comfort of your home.

AAA is offering a free virtual webinar series to give those who are unsure about traveling a chance to learn more about their favorite travel

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Increased seismic activity recorded at Icelandic volcano which cancelled hundreds of flights

Increasing seismic activity has been recorded at an Icelandic volcano which cancelled hundreds of flights when it erupted in 2011.



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Grímsvötn blasted ash 12 miles into the air, leading to the cancellation of around 900 flights.

Now, the Icelandic Meteorological Office (IOM) has raised the aviation code for the volcano from green to yellow.

 The IOM said “multiple datasets” indicate the volcano has “reached a

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The Tectonic Shift In Global Trade

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The global economy has undergone a fundamental shift in recent years. The rules-based, free and open international trade regime that dominated the latter half of the 20th century and first decade and a half of the 21st century has cracked and broken, giving way to a new era of trade populism.

Of course, this fundamental shift is not complete. It is ongoing. And it is primarily a political shift,

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Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River named the creepiest place to visit in Massachusetts by Thrillist

Massachusetts has a number of creepy locations but one stands out among the rest.

Thrillist named the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River the creepiest place to visit in Massachusetts.

“After a stay there, I can attest: This home painstakingly furnished to look exactly as it did on the morning of the murders will creep you right out,” Camille Dodero wrote. “I did not sleep a wink.”

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Hotels are becoming voting centers for the 2020 election

In an election year of pandemic-induced social distancing coupled with projected record-breaking voter turnout, cities are turning to their sprawling hotels to provide space for voters to exercise their civic duty.

When the Kimpton La Peer Hotel in West Hollywood was recently tapped to transform itself into an official Los Angeles early-voting center this month, its staff jumped at the idea.

“Of course the answer was yes,” Kimpton General Manager

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Future Travel: Drawn to the Edge in the Western Balkans


A forward-thinking cross-border collaboration between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro shines a light on one of Europe’s most beautiful regions.


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The bordering municipalities of Foca and Plužine are in different countries—Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro respectively. That’s about where the differences end. What they share is one mountain-, lake- and river-strewn landscape, an ancient culture, and a combined reputation as the up-and-coming adventure-travel star here in the

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Debate cancelled as Trump plans first in-person events since Covid diagnosis – as it happened | US news

Hicks had tested negative last Wednesday, the morning after Trump’s first debate with Joe Biden, but she started feeling unwell at a rally in Duluth, Minn., that night. She quarantined herself on Air Force One on the return trip, discreetly enough that other staffers did not know she was ill. When the plane landed, she exited from the rear entrance.

The next morning, Hicks reported for work at the White

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Hotel association: Closures coming without more aid – News – Wicked Local

PLYMOUTH – A country with 30 percent of the hotels it had in 2019?

That’s what The American Hotel & Lodging Association says America will face if more congressional aid is not forthcoming.

According to The American Hotel & Lodging Association, 74 percent of hotels nationwide will be forced to lay off additional employees, and two-thirds of hotels won’t survive another six months without another COVID stimulus bill.

With approximately

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