Monthly Archives: October 2021

Use these insider travel tips to save hundreds on your next vacation – CNBC

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles we think our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on links for products from our affiliate partners. With the holidays fast approaching and children ages 5 and up finally getting vaccinated, more and more Americans are planning […]

Is Kenneth Cole A Good Brand? Let’s Find Out! – Talk Radio News Service

Kenneth Cole is a name that practically everybody remembers. You must have come across the brand at least once in your life, whether you shop at high-end stores like Macy’s and other retail stores or more budget-friendly places like outlet malls. Besides, Kenneth Cole is also recognized for its unique marketing approach and charitable campaigns. […]

‘We’re very much alive and … want to share our stories’: How to see America through Native travel – USA TODAY

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Camping World Trucks’ final four bruises their way into the title field for Phoenix – NASCAR

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — The Championship 4 is set for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and three-quarters of the title-eligible field came away battle-scarred after a frantic Saturday start at Martinsville Speedway. Zane Smith emerged victorious after a bare-knuckled overtime finish, with Matt Crafton and John Hunter Nemechek filing into the title race after an […]

Fitness, Fashion And Community Converge At Performance Wear Retailer Carbon38 – Forbes

Carbon38 pioneered the multi-brand luxury athletic retail concept. Photo Courtesy of Carbon38 In the first episode of Apple TV’s new show Physical, starring Rose Byrne, it’s evident how fashion and workout wear converged since the fitness boom in the 1980s. Fast-forward to today, when wearing athleisure styles crept into some corporate work attires. No one was poised […]

Australians can travel overseas again: what you need to know – The Guardian

Hallelujah! Monday is the big day when fully vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents aged 12 and over may travel again internationally without having to apply for an exemption to leave the country. To qualify as fully vaccinated, a vaccine must be approved or recognised by Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). This includes two doses […]

Bishop, John Doyle (1913-1980) –

John Doyle Bishop operated one of Seattle’s most fashionable retail establishments for three decades and positioned himself as a style leader in the city. He provided his customers with luxury ready-to-wear clothing, exceptional service, and personalized fashion advice. Through frequent national and international buying trips, Bishop created a connection between his Seattle customers and the […]

15 of Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle’s Favorite Sustainable Fashion Brands –

Courtesy/Getty Queen Elizabeth and her brood might be known for their fancy gowns, bespoke suits, and opulent jewels, but despite the grandeur, the wardrobes of the British royals are fairly eco-friendly. For one thing, almost every member of the royal family has been known to repeat outfits, which is sustainable in itself (reduce, reuse, recycle). […]

How I Travel: Insecure’s Yvonne Orji on Keeping Up With Lagos’s Late-Night Scene – Condé Nast Traveler

All products featured on Condé Nast Traveler are independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. For the last five years, Yvonne Orji has played the role of Molly, the deeply independent, supremely confident (at least professionally) best friend on HBO’s Insecure. In real […]

Rick Steves on the Return of Travel and Why It Matters – The New York Times

On a recent morning, Rick Steves was wandering around the ancient Tuscan town of Volterra with a new crop of tour guides. His company’s trips to Europe are set to resume in February after a nearly two-year pandemic hiatus, and the guides were midway through a nine-day trip around Italy to learn “what makes a […]

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