Las Vegas Massacre Raises Concerns About Safety at Live Events

Over 50 were killed at this horrific event. It is making us think about live events. There are definite safety concerns. If they are not addressed something like this could occur again. We need to make sure measures are in place to prevent it so further lives aren’t lost and so people needn’t live in fear. Key Takeaways:The attack by a solo gunman...

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U.S. Airlines Are Seeing Higher Costs Eat Into Profits

U.S. airlines are seeing higher costs eat into their profits. Passenger carriers are realizing that it is a lot more expensive to run an airline these days. Travel demand remains high and profits are good, but there are many different costs that are hurting the airlines. Some of them are labor contracts and airport renovation projects. Key Takeaways:The increase...

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5 active experiences in Southern Africa

If you’re planning a safari to Southern Africa, don’t assume your trip must be contained to a vehicle because plenty of fantastic adventure awaits when you step outside the norm and enjoy a unique safari adventure. There are endless ideas for fun, such as riding the horses sunset. Key Takeaways:Strolling along streets lined with oak trees and buildings...

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A Framework for Overtourism Solutions and 5 Other Tourism Trends This Week

Several trends in travel have come to the forefront. Probably the most concerning is the development of overtourism. Some cities with high levels of tourism have experienced protests and demonstrations as they struggle to find a sense of balance between being welcoming and excluding tourists. Other recent trends in the travel industry include the growth of theme...

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For as Much as We Know About the World, There Are Still Dark Spots on the Map

New Views is a new atlas released by Alastair Bonnett, a professor of social geography at Newcastle University. It includes maps that represent gas and oil pipelines, unknown ocean areas, and most interestingly one titled “Remoteness from Cities”. This map showcases dark spaces where few people live. This atlas is as collection of 50 maps that are quite...

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Announcing Skift Tech Forum in Silicon Valley in June 2018

Silicon Valley is hosting yet another important event, which will occur in June 2018. The Skift Tech Forum will present technology and impress onlookers who choose to attend the event. Meet with leaders and insiders who have a lot of information at their disposal. Skift Tech Forum will be a popular event unlike any other out there too, Key Takeaways:We have...

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Paris Intends to Ban Gas-Powered Cars by 2030

Paris is on track to ban gas-powered cars by 2030, ten years ahead of the goal for the country named by France’s environmental minister. The ban is part of a larger effort to reduce pollution and make Paris a green city. Bike paths and walking promenades have been added, but detractors argue that no measurable benefit to the environment has been detected....

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Toys Are Taking Vacations and Seeing the World (Without Their Owners)

A women has started a company in which you pay her to take your “toys” on a vacation. The basic premise of this article is that this company takes your stuffed animals, or an toys for that matter and travels with them across the world, The basic idea is like this you’re a sick kid and your “teddy bear” that is your most favorite...

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Look at These 7 Baby Lynxes and Their Mom

These are beautiful wildcats. They move with grace. They are predators normally. As babies they are just adorable, though. These babies with their mom will melt your heart and will probably make you want to learn more about the lynx in their natural wilderness habitat. There are many books and documentaries which will help you. Key Takeaways:Tim Newton found...

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