Happiness is the main pillar of the next Millennium Pla …

(MENAFN- Mid-East.Info) United Arab Emirates, Dubai: With a vision statement “to be recognized as the symbol of happiness in all hotel brands in the region”, the future concept of urban chic 4-star hotel Millennium Place Mirdif has all the wares to back such a bold statement. Bringing happiness into the veins of all of its offerings, MPM has made customer ...

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David Byrne on the return of the group social experience

By musician and founding member of Talking Heads David Byrne, currently appearing on Broadway in “David Byrne’s American Utopia”: I have been an artist my whole life. At some point in my life, I realized that these experiences had changed me as a person. I realized that this was some kind of collective ritual that healed me, and sometimes it ...

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How Superman’s powers could make him a truly immortal hero

Today we take a look at how Superman’s powers can provide the superhero with a certain amount of immortality. In Comic Book Questions Answered, I answer any questions you might have about comics (feel free to email me questions at brianc@cbr.com). Reader Mike J. wanted to know what exactly Superman’s deal was regarding immortality. IS he immortal? Right off the ...

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This thousand-year-old castle has become the most charming hotel in Italy

After about five years of gestation, Castello di Reschio opened its doors this spring. (An opening in 2020 was delayed by COVID; a deflating measure much needed at the time, but one that turned out to be a blessing – lavender and rosemary plantations had time to grow, and the entire project had time to breathe.) With just 36 rooms, ...

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COVID-19 death toll in Arunachal Pradesh stands at 274

PTISep 26, 2021 07:03 GMT Itanagar: The death toll from COVID-19 in Arunachal Pradesh has risen to 274 with another person succumbing to the disease in the northeastern state, a senior health department official said on Sunday. A 76-year-old woman from the Lower Subansiri district died at a district health facility on Saturday from acute respiratory distress syndrome with Covid ...

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COMMENTARY: Soft sectarianism of liberal electoral litigants | Opinion

WE, and by all of us – black, white, poor, rich – are living in the golden age of voting opportunities. Having only proof that you exist (if that), millions of us can vote early, at home, abroad, late at night, on bilingual ballots, and without any pre-registration or forethought. None of these subtleties are historically mandatory. I’m old enough ...

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Mischievous and False Crusades | Indian express

I read a page of history. The Crusades were wars of religion that began towards the end of the 11th century. The wars are believed to have taken place between 1095 and 1291. History reports that they were organized by European Christians, with the support of the Latin Church, to curb the spread of Islam, to roll back the Muslim ...

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Montevideo, Minnesota, Movie Owners: “When Life Gives You Grain, Make Popcorn”

“Our first reaction was shock. What are we going to do? “Said Jayme Winter. What they did is now seen as an example for small businesses across the state. The Winters were part of a Small Business Administration roundtable on September 16 that focused on how three different small businesses have coped with the pandemic. Jayme and Erich Winter have ...

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The River Lea reopens for tours

Sat Sep 25, 2021 10:50 AM By Alice E. Gérard River Lea, the museum of the Grand Island Historical Society in Beaver Island State Park, has reopened. The doors to the museum were closed to the public shortly after the company meeting on March 5, 2020. The museum was opened for tours on September 19. The opening of the building ...

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Akash Kapur mixes history and memory in fascinating book, Better to Have Gone, about his hometown Auroville

Better to have disappeared from Akash Kapur: love, death and the quest for utopia in Auroville is an ode to two loves: his wife and his hometown. It is also a celebration of other loves: filial, devotional, community and botany. Kapur presents it all through the haunting story of his childhood home, an “intentional community” in South India called Auroville. ...

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