Month: October 2021

Five-Star Luxury Under $50 A Night

By all accounts, international travel is about to start booming, after a year and a half of pandemic-induced lockdowns and border closures. But for many travelers, budgets are tight and all those bucket list trips that they’ve been dreaming about are feeling more unattainable than ever. So a new cheap hotels report from Top Dollar—a financial insights hub—comes at the perfect moment. The site tapped into to identify the cheapest five-star hotel in every country. And their discoveries are staggering, with some gorgeous luxury hotels starting at less than $30 a night. Talk about a great travel deal.

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Kyle Beach comes forward as “John Doe” in Blackhawks sexual assault investigation

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Kyle Beach has come forward as the “John Doe” named in the lawsuit against the Chicago Blackhawks for their mishandling of his sexual assault allegations in 2010.

In an interview with TSN on Wednesday, Beach revealed himself and said he felt “relief and vindication” that “it was no longer my word against everybody else’s.”

On Tuesday, Blackhawks General Manager and President of Hockey Operations Stan Bowman had resigned following the release of the findings from an investigation by the law firm Jenner & Block.

“[Tuesday,] it was a day of many emotions,” Beach, now 31,

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Miami Beach has a ‘blotto-tourism’ problem. It’s time to regulate the party | Opinion


People stand on a car and fill the streets of a residential South Beach neighborhood during spring break in Miami Beach on Mar. 21, 2021.

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Miami Beach has reached a critical inflection point. Spurred by geographic shifts occurring in the wake of the pandemic, the city and the broader region are increasingly becoming new hubs for the tech, finance, media and real estate industries, attracting companies and talent from coastal cities like New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. But Miami Beach also faces some deep challenges, most visible in its so-called entertainment district, the area

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Reduced hours threaten Hawaii’s hotel workers’ medical benefits

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