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Inside the Gate Gourmet 110,000 square-feet facility near Dulles Int. Airport. Astrid Riecken | The Washington Post | Getty Images Three House Democrats on Wednesday slammed airline contractors that laid off more than 9,000 employees despite accepting millions in federal coronavirus aid. The lawmakers asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to stop aid to the companies
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Yesterday, Senator Mitch McConnell proposed the HEALS Act, which includes the next round of coronavirus aid. But the Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC) claims it will not do enough, and continues seeking support and pushing for signatures on the RESTAURANTS Act. Bobby Stuckey, IRC leadership member and Master Sommelier / founder of Frasca Hospitality Group, in …
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During the economic recovery that followed the financial crisis of 2008, sales of recreational vehicles like motor homes boomed for several years.  The coronavirus pandemic appears to be sparking another boom in the industry as travelers concerned about the risks of flying are packing their families into RVs and seeking out campgrounds around the country. 
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Please note our writers visited Crete prior to the coronavirus pandemic For a laidback break without the worry of extra charges, weather, entertainment and excellent dining options, all-inclusive holidays to Crete are ideal. Most packages include premium beverages and à la carte dining – some even offer spa treatments and sports activities. From lazing on pristine Blue
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Some of the world’s best-selling crops run a deep bench when it comes to the wide range of varieties available within the titular umbrella. Centuries of human cultivation and millennia of natural selection have resulted in dozens of different fruits each carrying the same name. From grapes to lemons, and even mangoes, these are the
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The top 10 in the list is evenly split between old and new worlds Quinto do Crasto in the historic Douro Valley World’s Best Vineyards The 2020 World’s Best Vineyards, an annual list of the top 50 wine-tourism experience, covers five continents and 18 countries. Yesterday’s post detailed the top five, interestingly, four of which
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