Monthly Archives: November 2021

The 17 Best Streetwear & Sneaker Gifts For 2021 – UPROXX

Welcome to our ultimate streetwear gift guide — where we answer the question: what the hell is streetwear anyway? No really, a decade back it was easy enough to simply define streetwear as hoodies, sneakers, and anything made by Supreme. But these days, the idea of streetwear has blossomed into something that gets more nuanced […]

WHO advises high-risk adults should postpone travel over omicron spread – KVUE.com

The new travel guidance comes as dozens of countries have barred flights from countries in southern Africa where the omicron variant was brought to attention. WASHINGTON — The World Health Organization says that older adults and those who are at risk of developing severe COVID-19 should avoid traveling for the time being amid the spread […]

Omicron Variant Starts to Hit Travel, Business Flights and Events – The Wall Street Journal

Airlines are warning of lower bookings, executives in Europe are tweaking business travel plans and a handful of organizations have canceled or downscaled events across the continent amid new government-mandated restrictions and uncertainty over the spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. EasyJet PLC, one of Europe’s largest and the first major airline to […]

Year-round camping is available at Wisconsin state parks, forests – Duluth News Tribune

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources this week announced year-round camping reservations are now available at more than 20 state parks and forests — including Brule River, Amnicon Falls, Big Bay and Copper Falls in Northwestern Wisconsin. With 100% reservable campsites, winter campers can plan ahead and have peace of mind before hitting the road […]

Camping rates at Kandiyohi County parks take a leap to pay for needed improvements – West Central Tribune

“You get into the 21st century and you got mobile houses on wheels that are parking in our campsites, with multiple air conditioners, microwaves, TVs, electrical appliances,” said Larry Kleindl, Kandiyohi County administrator, at the Nov. 16 meeting of the County Board. “Our sites were not designed for that. Not physically, or electrical lines, water […]

Omicron already playing havoc with travel and tourism – NBC News

News of the omicron variant of the coronavirus and a growing list of new restrictions is putting a crimp in freshly made travel plans. Thanksgiving leftovers are still in the fridge, Cyber Monday and Travel Tuesday sales are in play, and this week many fully vaccinated people were hoping to get deals for Christmas travel, […]

Behind the Explosive Business of Designer Pet Accessories – WWD

Talk about barking up the right tree. A growing number of top-tier luxury brands and retailers are enjoying a booming business with designer pet accessories, a nascent but growing universe that already spans everything from black marble Saint Laurent dog dishes and striped Thom Browne leashes to minimalist Prada raincoats and Versace dog beds in […]

Time Is Running Out To Shop These 94 Cyber Monday Sales – Forbes

Everything eventually comes to an end, and that includes Cyber Monday sales. While they’re still going for the time being, with hundreds of opportunities to save money on just about anything you can imagine, there is a limit to the bounty of deals. Most of this year’s Cyber Monday promotions end at midnight tonight, which […]

With Scant Information on Omicron, Biden Turned to Travel Ban to Buy Time – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — By the time President Biden was briefed on the emergence of a fast-moving new Covid variant on the morning after Thanksgiving, he had a choice to make — and little information to base it on. In a secure conference call from a vacation compound overlooking Nantucket Harbor, the president listened as his health […]

Virgil Abloh, Path-Blazing Designer, Is Dead at 41 – The New York Times

Virgil Abloh, the barrier-breaking Black designer whose ascent to the heights of the traditional luxury industry changed what was possible in fashion, died on Sunday in Chicago after a two-year battle with cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare cancer. He was 41. His death was confirmed by his family. The artistic director of Louis Vuitton men’s wear […]

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