Month: August 2019

(CNN) — That last little bit of summer vacation is likely to be less relaxing than anticipated for travelers spending Labor Day weekend along the United States’ Southeast coast. Hurricane Dorian veered toward Georgia and the Carolinas early Saturday, likely sparing Florida the worst of the storm. But while the Sunshine State may not receive
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Head west for bale-tossing, sheep-shearing, cream teas and breathtaking views.  What’s so special about Widecombe-in-the-Moor? Well, plenty. For a start, it’s arguably the prettiest of Dartmoor’s villages. A photogenic ensemble of village green shaded by oak, chestnut and copper beech trees, a loftily-towered church and ancient, grey-stone dwellings, Widecombe-in-the-Moor sits in a sheltered valley setting,
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Brands are beginning to realize the power of incorporating diversity and inclusivity in their marketing and product development. Cadbury Cadbury At Adobe Annual Conference in 2018, Matt May, Adobe’s head of inclusive design, stressed that “the time is now to rethink how designers create products with diversity and inclusion in mind.” Most recently, I have seen a new
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Jeremy Marshall, Brewer at Lagunitas Brewing Company. Photo by Lagunitas Brewing Company “My cards say Brewmaster, but this girl who worked at Lagunitas before she left for the cannabis industry said, ‘You’re not the Brewmaster; you’re the Brewmonster.’ That’s actually my official title. I think it’s important because it heralded cannabis and beer coming together
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(CNN) — What makes the perfect city break? A trip to a museum or three, visiting the landmark sites, trying out all the local delicacies, kicking back in the evening at a local bar? Whatever your criteria, one thing’s for certain — you want to travel somewhere where you feel safe and secure. Topping the
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