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Help Support the Child Development Centre this March

first_imgWith one of the highest birth rates in Canada, new parents in Fort St. John can sometimes be faced with unique challenges, this is where the Child Development Centre can help. The CDC works with families in Fort St. John and the North Peace who have children with developmental difficulties.Each year the CDC works with hundreds of children in our region and as this community grows, they also need to grow.The goal this year is to raise over $100,000 with part of that going towards the purchase of sound-proofing in the gymnasium and intercom systems in the observation rooms. The Child Development Centre needs your help, so they can continue to meet the growing needs of this community. For more on what the CDC does, visit www.cdcfsj.ca You can help by donating to the 15th annual Arctech Welding and Machining A Day for the Kids. You can donate online, by calling 250-787-7100 or you can donate in person when the fundraiser gets underway at 6 am on March 7th, live from Safeway.You can also make a pledge a performer in the annual talent show. The 45th Annual CDC Talent Show will take place Friday, March 8th at the North Peace Cultural Centre. The show is free, but of course, they will be looking for your donations. It all starts at 6 pm and will also be broadcast live on www.energeticcity.ca presented by the Fort St. John Co-op.last_img read more


Leganes to Play 2 Friendly Games Against Moroccos RCA IRT in

Rabat – Spanish football club Leganes is set to play two friendly matches against Morocco’s Raja of Casablanca  (RCA) and Ittihad Tanger (IRT) on July 24 and 27 in Tangier’s Ibn Batouta grand stadium.The Spanish football club announced the news in a statement on Wednesday, July 17.“C.D. Leganes will travel on Monday to Tangier, where the team will complete a one-week stage playing two friendly matches,” the statement added. Leganes announced that the first match will be against RCA, while the friendly match against Ittihad Tanger will take place on Saturday, July 27.“The white and blue squad will train every day in the Ibn Batouta training facilities.”Youssef En-Nesyri, Moroccan international football player is the star of the Spanish football club. The football player, who also plays for the Moroccan national team, gave Leganes its first hat-trick in its history in February. En-Nesyri is tied to the Spanish club with a four-year contract.This is not the first time that Tangier has hosted an international football match. In 2018 in August, the city hosted the Super Cup final match between FC Sevilla and FC Barcelona.Morocco’s national football team and Argentina also played a friendly match in Tangier in March. read more


Macys 400M makeover dressing beloved oldfashioned NYC icon in sleek 21st century

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Macy’s $400M makeover dressing beloved, old-fashioned NYC icon in sleek 21st century style NEW YORK, N.Y. – A $400 million makeover is giving New York’s iconic Macy’s store a sleek, new 21st-century style.And some preservationists aren’t happy about it. They see the overhaul of America’s biggest department store as scrapping classic Beaux Arts and Art Deco touches in favour of the latest trend in retail design — something like an Apple computer store.“Macy’s has Apple fever,” said Theodore Grunewald, a New York preservation activist. “Everyone is jealous of Apple, and thinks the secret to the company’s success is this beautiful, elegant minimalist design vocabulary they have. But this is about protection of our heritage.”Macy’s reconstruction, to be completed in 2015, will add 100,000 square feet to the 1.1 million square feet of existing retail space. Floor-to-ceiling fabric shrouds areas under renovation. But some sections already have been finished, including the world’s largest women’s shoe department, which offers 280,000 pairs of shoes — several thousand displayed in white settings.Macy’s spokeswoman Elina Kazan gushes that the store will be a “spectacular place to shop at an iconic New York City destination.”About 20 million shoppers a year visit Ohio-based Macy’s flagship store. The building has nine floors of retail space and covers nearly an entire city block, from West 34th Street to West 35th Street, between Seventh Avenue and Broadway.It is best known as home of the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and as the setting that inspired the beloved 1947 Christmas film, “Miracle on 34th Street.”Originally constructed in 1902 in the Beaux Arts style, it was expanded in the 1930s with plenty of Art Deco details. Most noticeable was a jazzy, geometric coating of marble, encasing more than 100 columns that soar to the ceilings.Grunewald said the columns will now be simplified, losing the marble and the ornamental toppings that give the space “its pizazz.”While Macy’s has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978, it has not been given landmark designation, allowing its owners to make architectural changes.“I was stunned they were doing this, making it look like everywhere else in America when they have a little treasure here,” said preservationist Christabel Gough of the Society for the Architecture of the City.Macy’s officials said it was premature to compare the renovation to Apple since it is still a work in progress. They said, too, that the plan actually revives some of the building’s distinctive features.Originally, the interior street floor “was one great retail hall, and Macy’s asked us to bring it back as one grand space,” said Jay Valgora, chief architect for the renovation. “Macy’s asked us to bring back the grandeur of the original store, and whenever there’s true historic fabric, to restore it.”Also, the original, ornate entrance on 34th Street will return, and some huge old windows that were painted over have been opened again, lighting a new chocolate-and-champagne cafe. Forty-two of the store’s original wooden escalators will stay.Valgora said the old and the new Macy’s will “complement each other” in the same light-filled venue.“I like it — how organized and open it is,” said Rosie Pina, a Manhattan schoolteacher. “Change is good.”Brian Williams, a sports club technician from Queens, joked, “I’m a male, and I don’t really care how it looks when I’m shopping.”But standing by the jewelry area near some aging, cream-colored pillars and looking over at a gleaming, snow-white new section, he added: “I like the older better — it feels warmer, more at home.” by News Staff Posted Sep 19, 2012 8:19 am MDT read more


Chevy Bolt gets top car award Honda Ridgeline top truck

Fiat Chrysler representative Tim Kuniskis addresses the media after the Pacifica minivan from Fiat Chrysler won utility vehicle of the year at the North American International Auto show, Monday, Jan. 9, 2017, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) by Jeff Karoub, The Associated Press Posted Jan 9, 2017 7:09 am MDT Last Updated Jan 9, 2017 at 8:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Chevy Bolt gets top car award; Honda Ridgeline top truck DETROIT – The Chevy Bolt has been named top car in North America, an important milestone for a car General Motors hopes will finally get Americans hooked on electric vehicles.The Honda Ridgeline grabbed the honour for top truck. Utility vehicles were honoured separately for the first time, with the Pacifica minivan from Fiat Chrysler snagging that award.The honours were announced Monday morning at Detroit’s Cobo Center as the North American International Auto Show’s press preview days kick into high gear.The Bolt beat out the Genesis G90 and Volvo S90 for the car award. The electric car from Chevrolet went on sale late last year. It gets more than 200 miles per battery charge, which is more than the average American drives in a day. The Bolt also sells for around $30,000 when a federal tax credit is included. Electric vehicles have failed to catch on with most American consumers, but General Motors hopes the improved range and price help shift opinions.Mark Reuss, GM’s head of global product development, described the Bolt as a “moon shot.”“We didn’t have all the answers when we started the program — in terms of how far we were going to get range-wise, how light are we going to get the car and … sell price,” he said. “We hit on all cylinders on this, so to speak, even though there’s not any in the car.”The Ridgeline scored the truck award over Ford F-Series Super Duty and the Nissan Titan. Pacifica got the nod for the utility award over the Jaguar F-Pace and Mazda X-9.About 60 automotive journalists serve as judges for North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicle of the Year awards. Eligible vehicles must be new or substantially changed.Organizers accept no advertising, though automakers try to capitalize on the marketing value of the awards, in their 24th year.The awards program launched in 1993, and patterned itself after the European Car of the Year. Organizers accept no advertising, though carmakers try to capitalize on the marketing value of the honours. read more


UN welcomes Malaysias court ruling to decriminalizes transgender women

“Every person has the right to dignity and to live life free from violence and discrimination – including transgender persons,” OHCHR spokesperson Rupert Colville told the press in Geneva this morning. The Court of Appeal had been asked to examine the constitutionality of the law of section 66 of the Syariah Criminal Enactment of Negeri Sembilan State which criminalizes transgender women (people who were assigned as male at birth, but identify as female) for wearing women’s clothes or presenting themselves as women, with fines and up to six months imprisonment. “We have received reports of transgender women being arrested and convicted under this and similar laws in other Malaysian States and being subjected to violence, humiliation and discriminatory treatment by authorities,” Mr. Colville said. Handing down its decision on 7 November, the Court found that section 66 infringes the constitutionally guaranteed rights of the appellants to live with dignity, to work, to equality before the law and equal protection of the law, to freedom from discrimination, to freedom of movement and to freedom of expression. Laws that criminalize transgender people and discriminate against them on the basis of their appearance, gender identity or expression violate international human rights law. States have an obligation to repeal such laws, and to recognize the gender identity of transgender persons. The Malaysian authorities should now implement this judgment and ensure effective protection of transgender persons from the violence and discrimination that they continue to face. Recent threats against human rights defenders advocating for the rights of transgender people must also be investigated. read more


Scrapped submarines costing £30m a year in extortionate storage costs

The new PAC report has strongly criticised the MoD for failing to dispose of 20 submarines dating back to 1980. Much of the blame lies with poor contractor performance and a lack of money, the report says. Storing decommissioned submarines is costing Britain £30million a year, a new Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report says. The “glacial pace” and a “15-year delay” to the process of decommissioning Britain’s scrapped nuclear submarines “has led to extortionate storage and maintenance costs”, say MPs. The date for the first submarine to be dismantled, Swiftsure, has been put back three years to 2026 and the report warns that the MoD will run out of space for both storing and maintaining submarines… Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more


Man 20 killed after car slams into abandoned fridge

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedFather of 3 struck, killed by alleged speeding car along Corentyne HighwayJanuary 15, 2018In “latest news”Three killed in Berbice Accident; another in West Coast hit and runMarch 30, 2015In “Crime”Pedestrian killed after walking into path of vehicle driven by drunken driver- PoliceMarch 22, 2018In “Crime” …18-year-old female occupant in serious conditionThe mangled vehicle after the accidentA 20-year-old identified as Reoul Drepal-Saul was on Wednesday killed after the car he was driving on the No. 59 Public Road, Corentyne, Berbice slammed into an abandoned refrigerator.According to information from Police Public Relations Officer (PRO) Superintendent Jairam Ramlakhan the accident involving motorcar PVV 1120 occurred around 06:40h but the driver succumbed to his injuries while receiving medical attention at the New Amsterdam Hospital.The abandoned refrigerator that the car slammed intoA female occupant, Akesha Beaton, 18, who was also in the vehicle at the time of the accident was admitted in a serious condition.According to the Police PRO, their enquiries revealed that the vehicle, driven by Drepal-Saul, with occupant Beaton, both of No. 51 Village Corentyne, was proceeding north along the western carriageway of the road when it collided with the refrigerator.As a result of the impact, the driver lost control of the vehicle which reportedly toppled several times before it came to a halt in a western drain.They were first taken to the Skeldon Public Hospital where they were treated and transferred to the the New Amsterdam Hospital.Investigations are ongoing. read more


Mars Curiosity announcement to be one for the history books

first_imgScientists have stated that they have some big news to announce regarding the Mars Curiosity rover, but they can’t make an official announcement until they thoroughly confirm the findings. Making it even more difficult to contain our curiosity, John Grotzinger, principle investigator for the Curiosity mission, has stated the findings will “be one for the history books,” and that “it’s looking really good.”Using Curiosity’s Sample Analysis at Mars Instrument (SAM), which acts as Curiosity’s onboard chemistry lab, scientists found something in the soil that they felt was worth the “history books” moniker. One of SAM’s more exciting capabilities is being able to identify organic compounds. The optimist in you may have already paired “announcement for the history books” and “capable of identifying organic compounds” together. SAM is also capable of taking samples of and analyzing Martian air. Scientists look toward SAM to see if the lab will detect any methane in the air, which on Earth, is produced by various forms of life.Grotzinger and his team has a right to be cautious with announcing their findings, as they’ve been burned in the past. They once thought SAM found methane in a Martian air sample, but knew it could have been air from Cape Canaveral that the rover brought with it. When the team removed enough of the Florida air from the sample, then remeasured the Martian air, they found the Martian sample didn’t contain any methane, and it was indeed from the Florida air.After a few weeks of analysis, the SAM team will finally be secure enough to present their findings, which they’ll do at a fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union on December 3-7.via NPRlast_img read more


Port tenant clash over lease

first_imgNorthwest Packing Co. and the Port of Vancouver appear no closer to resolving their ongoing landlord-tenant dispute over how much rent the food processor should pay.The simmering conflict surfaced again during the port board of commissioners’ regular public hearing Tuesday. That’s when Northwest Packing urged the port to maintain the company’s current annual lease payment — $149,439 — as part of a larger 25-year contract renewal. That would sustain the company’s competitiveness in the face of industry consolidation, tight profit margins and global market challenges, company officials said.“Every cost increase we have is a big impact,” said Matt Jones, president and CEO of Northwest Packing’s parent, The Neil Jones Food Co. Northwest Packing processes a variety of fruits for canning, juices and sauces.But the port isn’t budging from its position: that Northwest Packing is bound by its current 25-year lease to move to a higher annual lease payment — $372,021 — based on fair market value. The port said it prefers to keep the company, which employs an estimated 400 to 500 full-time equivalent workers, at its 15-acre site on the port’s east side. But terms in the company’s current lease requiring a shift to fair market value “must be carried out,” said Todd Coleman, the port’s executive director.Northwest Packing’s 25-year lease, which the port extended for three years in 2011 to buy time for negotiations, is set to expire at the end of this year. If the two parties can’t resolve the matter soon, provisions in the current lease will force a conclusion. Those provisions spell out an appraisal process both parties would use to determine fair market value, said Theresa Wagner, a spokeswoman for the port.last_img read more


Is Tanushree Dutta going to make a Bollywood comeback soon Sister Ishita

first_imgTanushree DuttaInstagramTanushree Dutta had recently grabbed headlines with accusations of sexual harassment by Nana Patekar during a film shoot. Her allegations had started the #MeToo movement in India. While many had felt that the actress was likely to make a comeback to Bollywood, she soon went back to the United States. Now her sister, Ishita Dutta has opened up about Tanushree having any comeback plans or not.Ishita said that though she would love to see Tanushree back on the big screen, the latter does not have any such plans as of now.”I would love to see her. She is fabulous and I would definitely want to see her back. But it is completely her personal choice. I don’t really think so. Even if she does, it could probably be something which she really believes in. She wouldn’t do it just for the sake of doing a film or series,” Ishita told Bollywoodlife.Tanushree’s sister further said that the actress might take up a project but only if she feels it would be beneficial to society.”I think probably she would do a film only if she relates to the subject and feels that it will indirectly benefit society. Currently, she is very happy in her own space, she is doing her thing. But as a sister, I would love watching her again. I have loved her films back then and will continue to do so,” she told the publication.Tanushree’s allegations on the veteran actor had raised a debate on the safety of women in the industry. While many believed the actress, several others had expressed doubts saying that she made the accusations for publicity. Nana, of course, had denied the charges. The alleged incident had happened on the sets of the film Horn Ok Please in 2009.last_img read more


Reliance Industries shares gain again Idea Cellular hits new 52weeklow on BSE

first_imgIndian stock markets may have ended Tuesday with losses, but Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) shares continued their upward movement even as Idea Cellular saw its share price plunging to a new year-low on the Bombay Stock Exchange. RIL is on a high ever since it announced its 4G launch on September 5.RIL shares rose 1.47 per cent to their intraday high, but ended almost flat at Rs 1,110.45, after hitting a seven-year-high on Monday. On the contrast, shares of Aditya Birla Group’s Idea Cellular fell to a new 52-week-low of Rs 79.20 and closed at Rs 79.50. The stock has lost almost 19 per cent in the past one month from its August 19 closing of Rs 94.45.Bharti Airtel shares ended 2.01 per cent lower at Rs 314.RIL had accused Idea Cellular last week of not providing adequate points of interconnect (POIs) to its subscribers resulting in huge call failure rate.”The response by Idea to the severe Quality of Service issues faced between the Idea and Jio networks is disappointing and displays lack of intent on Idea’s part to resolve this critical issue. Adequate interconnection capacity so that call failure rate is less than five per 1,000 is a license obligation of all telecom operators,” it said in a regulatory filing on September 23.”As against this, over 750 calls per 1,000 are failing per day between Idea and Jio networks, which translates to four crore calls failing per day. Over 12 crore calls fail daily between Jio and the networks of Airtel, Vodafone and Idea. This is a breach of license conditions by the incumbent operators and severely impacts customer interests. This is against zero call failures on the Jio network,” it added.last_img read more


Incessant rain causes spate of landslides in Hills 2 killed

first_imgDarjeeling: Incessant rainfall in the Darjeeling and Kalimpong Hills has triggered numerous landslides, leading to the death of two persons in Pubung in Darjeeling. A number of houses have been damaged as well.At around 2 am on Monday, a landslide occurred at Chataidhuta near Pubung Fatak in Sukhia block, where the house of one Kumar Lopchan was washed away and buried under the debris. “Police along with fire brigade rushed to the spot. Lopchan (60 years) and his wife Bal Kumari Lopchan (55 years) were dug out and rushed to the Darjeeling Sadar Hospital at around 4am. The hospital doctor declared both brought dead,” stated Mingma Lepcha, OC, Jorebungalow police station. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataLopchan’s daughter Chetna Lopchan works in the police department, while his son Chetan Lopchan works in Sikkim. “We have distributed necessary relief material including tarpaulins. The Block Development Officer is keeping a close tab. We are constantly monitoring the situation. A coordination meeting of the line departments has been held and a helpline has been started. In case of any emergency, one can call at 0354-2255749,” stated Deepap Priya P, District Magistrate, Darjeeling. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe victims of the landslide will be given ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh as per government norms. GTA chairman Anit Thapa visited the affected spots and families on Monday and assured of all requisite help from GTA. There have been reports of numerous landslides in Kalimpong as well, namely from Coronation Bridge (on the way to Malbazar) and Setijhora area. Single lane traffic has been plying on this part of the National Highway. Trees were uprooted in different parts of Kalimping blocking roads and damaging houses. The house of Bishnu Maya Sherpa was damaged when a tree crashed on it at Goshkhan Line in Lava. She, however, escaped unhurt. The house of one Sabir Rai was wrecked in a landslide in ward number 4 in the Kalimpong Municipal area. Kalimpong has been allotted the emergency control room number 03552-256353. The IMD has stated in a weather bulletin: “Due to presence of low pressure area over Uttar Pradesh and adjoining Bihar with strong moisture incursion from bay of Bengal, enhanced rainfall activity is likely to continue over the districts of North Bengal during July 8-12.” The IMD has issued a red warning (very heavy rainfall) for Darjeeling area for July 9 and 10 and yellow warning (heavy rainfall) for July 11 and 12.last_img read more


Falling Treasury Yields Drive Mortgage Rates Down

first_imgFalling Treasury Yields Drive Mortgage Rates Down January 4, 2018 615 Views Freddie Mac mortgage rates survey weekly 2018-01-04 Staff Writer Falling treasury yields helped drive mortgage rates down at the beginning of the year according to the Primary Mortgage Market Survey released by Freddie Mac on Thursday.According to this weekly survey, 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 3.95 percent with an average 0.5 point for the week ending January 4, 2018, down from last week when it averaged 3.99 percent. A year ago at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 4.20 percent. The survey noted that the 15-year FRM averaged 3.38 percent with an average 0.5 point, down from last week when it averaged 3.44 percent. A year ago at this time, the 15-year FRM averaged 3.44 percent. The five-year Treasury-indexed hybrid adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) averaged 3.45 percent this week with an average 0.4 point, down from last week when it averaged 3.47 percent. A year ago at this time, the 5-year ARM averaged 3.33 percent the survey indicated.“Despite increases in short-term interest rates, long-term interest rates remain subdued. The 30-year mortgage rate is down a quarter of a percentage point from where it was a year ago and the spread between the 30-year fixed and 5/1 adjustable rate mortgage is the lowest since 2009,” said Len Kiefer, Deputy Chief Economist at Freddie Mac. Kiefer said that there wasn’t much upward pressure on long-term rates at the moment with the FOMC minutes showing continued support for gradual increases in policy rates from many participants and inflation rates remaining low. “Whether that changes due to a tighter labor market and the economic impact of tax reform remains to be seen,” he said.center_img Share in Daily Dose, Featured, Newslast_img read more


Far North QueenslandTourism Whitsundays

first_imgFar North QueenslandTourism Whitsundays Channel 7’s Sunrise team is heading to Airlie Beach to broadcast the program live from the Queensland holiday spot on Friday 5 May 2017.Giving viewers a firsthand look at how the Whitsundays has recovered from Cyclone Debbie and encouraging Aussies to visit to this stunning part of the world, the Sunrise team invites locals and visitors to join them on the Airlie Beach Foreshore for the live broadcast and for a special performance by Shannon Noll.The program will showcase how the whole community has pulled together for the clean-up, with the region now back in business and welcoming visitors. Edwina Bartholomew will be conducting live weather crosses from Bowen and Bianca Stone will be live from Hamilton Island, to really showcase the whole destination. The Outside Broadcast was secured as part of the Cyclone Debbie recovery marketing campaign led by Tourism & Events Queensland and Tourism Whitsundays.last_img read more


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first_imgThe Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) has announced the introduction of a new Platinum Associate Membership offering, in an innovative development for the recently revitalised association. CATO is an Association representing the land supply sector of the Australian travel industry, and CATO Membership is made up of tour operators and wholesalers as primary stakeholders, along with Associate Members consisting of tourist offices and other travel industry service providers.“It was time to show we are serious about the land supply sector by offering organisations an opportunity to be recognised in the top tier of our Associate Members,” said CATO managing director Brett Jardine.“We are honoured to announce our inaugural Platinum partner as Gow Gates Insurance Brokers.”Gow-Gates Insurance Brokers have been supporting the Australian Travel industry for over 20 years, providing specialist services to leading travel agents, tour wholesalers and tour operators. Over this time Gow-Gates has worked in conjunction with both AFTA and CATO developing solutions for an ever changing landscape.“It is a privilege to work with CATO and support their members with Insurance Solutions specifically designed for their individual members,” said Director of Specialty at Gow Gates, Fred Esteban. “We are delighted and proud to be one of the inaugural Platinum Members and we look forward to working with CATO as it continues to go from strength to strength in representing its’ members.”For more information contact admin@cato.travel CATOmembershiptour operatorswholesalerslast_img read more


Cheap flights carriers in India are gaining passen

first_imgCheap flights carriers in India are gaining passengers at the expense of full-service carriers such as Air India.Experts have said that premier airlines such as Air India and Jet Airways are losing passengers, while less expensive rivals SpiceJet and Indigo are gaining them, AFP reports.According to analysts, these carriers have benefited by appealing to India’s ever-increasing middle classes, with many having coped relatively well in the global financial crisis.There are at least seven cheap flights airlines operating over Indian skies, which enjoy an approximate 40 per cent share of the market.This percentage is expected to rise markedly over the forthcoming months.Speaking to the news agency, chief executive of the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation Kapil Kaul said: “By December-end, we estimate this to rise to 70 percent.”Air India, Jet Airways and Kingfisher Airlines have all reported billion-rupee losses recently, with fears that these are not sustainable.SpiceJet is one of the leading players in India’s cheap flights market and was voted the best low-cost airline in the South Asia and Central Asia region by Skytrax in 2007.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedJet2 beats off low-cost rivalsA new poll has rated low-cost carrier Jet2 the best ‘no-frills’ airline for customer serviceJet expands codeshare to ManchesterJet expands codeshare to ManchesterEtihad signs codeshare with India’s JetUnited Arab Emirates flag carrier Etihad has singed a new codeshare agreement with India’s Jet Airwayslast_img read more


Newport Rhode Island – Reported by Elite Traveler

first_imgNewport, Rhode Island – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazineNewport’s Vanderbilt Grace, part of the award-winning luxury boutique hotel group Grace Hotels, debuts its Vintage Vanderbilt menu. The new menu, which is modeled on a Vanderbilt family menu from 1912, is a tribute to the mansion’s long and illustrious history. Select vintage menu items will be a permanent part of the menu in the hotel’s fine dining restaurant, Muse by Jonathan Cartwright.One of the most celebrated New England chefs, Jonathan Cartwright developed the vintage cuisine based on a historic menu from 1912 that was found within the Vanderbilt family records. The new menu includes cream of mushroom and lobster broth, oysters with mignonette sauce and a main course of turkey supreme with roasted potatoes or sea bass with hollandaise and grilled asparagus. Vintage dessert options include chocolate meringues with coffee ice cream or roasted peaches with cinnamon ice cream.For guests wishing to live like a Vanderbilt, the new Vintage Vanderbilt Experience for two includes a two-night stay, daily champagne breakfast, Vintage Vanderbilt five-course dinner with wine pairings and mansion passports to tour five Newport mansions ($995 per couple).A Newport landmark, the Vanderbilt Grace comprises 33 luxurious rooms and suites, two restaurants, a cocktail bar and a sumptuous spa and fitness center with indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The building dates from 1909 and has a rich history: it was one of many mansions in the area owned by the Vanderbilt family and today carefully combines original beaux arts features with the elegant simplicity that is a hallmark of Grace Hotels.www.vanderbiltgrace.comlast_img read more


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