Festivals of the future ‘won’t be limited by time and space’: CEO

Post-pandemic music and theater performances are likely to use a hybrid model, according to the chief executive of one of Singapore’s largest arts centers.

Yvonne Tham, CEO of Esplanade, told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” that a mixture of in-person and streamed performances are set to be common in the future.

“Many artists are really open now to what’s known as hybrid, which (means they) may be performing in a particular

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Kayhan Space wants to be the air traffic control service for satellites in space

Kayhan Space, the Boulder, Colo. and Atlanta-based company launched from Techstars virtual space-focused accelerator, wants nothing more than to be the air traffic control service for satellites in space.

Founded by two childhood friends, Araz Feyzi and Siamak Hesar, who grew up in Iran and immigrated to the U.S. for college, Kayhan is tackling one of the toughest problems that the space industry will confront in the coming years —

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Kittery’s Rock Rest shown as safe space in ’Driving While Black’ to air on PBS – News – seacoastonline.com

KITTERY, Maine — When a highly anticipated two-hour documentary about the complex history of Black Americans on the road airs Tuesday night, an historic Kittery landmark will be part of that story.

“Driving While Black: Space, Race and Mobility in America,” filmed by Ric Burns and based on the book by historian Gretchen Sorin, describes “how the advent of the car brought African Americans new freedom but also danger,” according

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Hotels full after Hurricane Sally have little space for Hurricane Delta evacuees

Madison Arnold, Pensacola News Journal
Published 6:00 a.m. CT Oct. 7, 2020

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Hurricane Delta brought heavy rainfall to Kingston, Jamaica, as it strengthened.

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Hotels often fill up after major storms with workers and residents whose homes are badly damaged, but potential back-to-back hurricanes affecting Pensacola may make it difficult for residents hoping to evacuate to a hotel.

Hurricane Delta, a Category 4 hurricane, is expected to make landfall

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Ben 10 Movie Producer Will Patrick on Ben’s New Outer Space Adventure

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Cartoon Network’s Ben 10 takes on the whole galaxy (literally!) when Ben 10 vs. The Universe: The Moviepremieres worldwide tomorrow, Saturday, October 10. The TV movie will be available for fans across the globe with the US/Canada airing taking place 10:00 a.m. ET/PT, only on Cartoon Network. The movie will also be released digitally on October 11th on all major platforms as well as on

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The 2020 Budget Reveals Australia Won’t Charge For Space Launches… Yet

The 2020 Federal Budget has revealed that the government won’t be charging for space launches just yet. This is due to the impact of COVID-19 on the wider Australian industry.

Compared to the rest of the budget, it’s small change. The government is only missing out on around $300,000 here. But it’s still interesting considering how young Australia’s space industry is. Rocket launch taxes are rather novel.

“The Government will

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Later, Earth! Hotels.com Aims To Be The First Online Travel Site To Enter The Space Race

DALLAS, Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The year 2020 is a certified dumpster fire. From the emergence of a mullet-donning king of tigers and the extinction of crowds, to swarms of murder hornets and finding true love in pods, this year has left people collectively wondering, “What could possibly be next?” SpaceX gave us the ultimate travel inspo earlier this summer when they suited up and said “see ya”

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Hard-hit California hotels are turning rooms into office space, classrooms

Facing a prolonged collapse of travel, hotels across California accustomed to putting up vacationers and hosting corporate clients are now instead serving office-less office workers, remote-learning students and locals looking to escape their homes for a day.

Guest rooms that might rent for nearly $1,000 during Dreamforce conference week in San Francisco are being converted to remote-work pods available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Hotel ballrooms and conference centers,

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Hotels.com Shares Design Plans for a Hotel Prototype in Outer Space and We’re So Here for This

By this point in 2020, I’m sure we’re all ready to just blast off this planet — or at least I am. Not to mention, after recent news broke that potential life has been detected on Venus, I wouldn’t mind poking around up there. I guess the main dilemma is that I wouldn’t really have anywhere to stay.



Hotels.com imagines what a hotel in outer space would look like. Also, here's how you could win a $250 travel gift card.


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Hotels.com imagines what a hotel in outer space would look

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Hotels.com Space Hotel Vision Includes A Contest For Earthlings

In 2020, travel on planet Earth has been a disaster, thanks to Covid-19. But according to Hotels.com, the future looks brighter. The online travel site just announced its goal to be first to provide hotel bookings in space.

The company has just launched a website that it dubs ”One Giant Leap for Hotel Life.” You could say

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Providence is taking over dining at Tanglewood Park. Earl’s owners plan new concept in DoubleTree space | Dining

Providence, founded by Bacon in 2006, began as a culinary training program but has since expanded to include on-the-job training to program graduates as well as a variety of catering services and community meal preparation. By 2019, Providence had graduated 100 culinary classes and prepared and provided over 1 million meals for hunger relief.

This year, Providence shifted much of its workforce from catering jobs to meal delivery to help

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Hotels.com Launches Site For Space Hotel Bookings… Someday

We have seen the future of hospitality – and it doesn’t include masks. Or human interaction at all, since the concierges of will be AI and the room service will be robots. As part of National Aviation Week, Hotels.com has begun to imagine what space hotels of the distant future might look like, in an effort to raise awareness for the space tourism industry

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Space Debris Buildup Could Threaten Satellites, Space Travel : NPR

Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with the New Yorker’s Raffi Khatchadourian about the growing risks associated with orbital space debris and how likely a successful clean-up effort is.



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This past week, the International Space Station almost came into contact with space junk. That’s the third time a near-collision has happened this year, and it’s something scientists say will get worse if nothing is done to clean up space debris.

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Variety and Extra Space are Trending in San Francisco

Yerba Buena Island

Yerba Buena Island, which is named after the naturally formed island in San Francisco Bay, is comprised of three housing zones—Seaview, Cove and Skyline—that range from studio condos to estate homesites.

The Bristol, the first of three buildings to open, features luxury condos. It launched sales in July. 

The development, which is minutes from the Financial District and the Treasure Island ferry terminal that is devoted to

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“Fast And Furious 9” Will Indeed Be Travelling To Outer Space

The ever-evolving movie franchise is taking things to the next level.

Seeing as the series has seemingly conquered every other avenue, space only seems like the next logical step. In a recent interview, Michelle Rodriguez let it slip when asked about Ludacris’s hint last July, and confirmed the movie’s exciting new direction.

“Oh, no way. How did you guys find that out? See what happens? People start talking behind the

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We Need Hotels For Work, Not Rented Office Space

Pre-pandemic, companies like WeWork made money providing a new form of the office for the rising army of workers no longer tied to one employer but who wanted to ‘go to work’ some of the time.

With no one traveling, employment precarious and people financially worried, instead of asking for a monthly office rental commitment, where people share space with

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3 “Strong Buy” Stocks That Are Flirting With a Bottom

In the investing game, it’s not only about what you buy; it’s about when you buy it. One of the most common pieces of advice thrown around the Street, “buy low” is touted as a tried-and-true tactic.Sure, the strategy seems simple. Stock prices naturally fluctuate on the basis of several factors like earnings results and the macro environment, amongst

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California hotels are turning rooms into office space, classrooms

Facing a prolonged collapse of travel, hotels across California accustomed to putting up vacationers and hosting corporate clients are now instead serving office-less office workers, remote-learning students and locals looking to escape their homes for a day.

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