It can be hard to clear your head at home, even when you take time out from work. Sometimes you need to get away from reality for a few days to completely escape your worries, and embarking on a luxurious retreat is a great way to alleviate stress. Here you can discover our pick of […] The post The world’s best retreats to help beat anxiety and depression appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Ask most people what comes to mind when they think of Dallas, and they’ll probably say football, steaks, and JR Ewing. But lately the answer has been a little different: “Disruption.” You wouldn’t think Dallas, a city deeply rooted in tradition, is becoming synonymous with creating new markets and upending old ways of doing things. But sure enough, that’s exactly what’s happening. The city’s pro-business environment, talented workforce, affordable real estate, and lack of state income taxes have always made it a magnet for traditional businesses like energy and finance. Other industries often felt it wasn’t worth their time to try and infiltrate what was seen as an Old Boys’ Club — but that antiquated perception has changed. Here’s a look at why that is, plus explanations from some of t
Jenna Fischer didn’t have to work hard to keep up with the Kardashians during her recent trip to Japan! While enjoying her time in Kyoto, The Office alum, 43, spotted some familiar faces at the hotel she was staying in. “We found the Kardashians. At our hotel. I think they were checking out as we were checking in. So crazy,” she wrote alongside a snap of Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian looking at their phones as they breezed past the actress. On Saturday, Kardashian West was spotted jetting out of Tokyo, wrapping up a trip to Japan with sisters Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian. RELATED: ‘Konnichiwa,’ Kardashians! All the Photos from Kim, Kourtney and Khloé’s Tokyo Trip So Far But the Kardashian sisters weren’t the only local sights Fischer took in during her time abroad. Document
In a growing sign of the increased sophistication of both cyber attacks and defenses, GitHub has revealed that it weathered the largest-known DDoS attack in history this week. DDoS — or distributed denial of service in full — is a cyber attack that aims to bring websites and web-based services down by bombarding them with so much traffic that their services and infrastructure… Read More
Chelsea set for major summer overhaul. Four new faces could come in, three could leave. READ MORE: Chelsea have chance to sign £53M Barca star. TalkSport have considered the potential incomings and outgoings from what proves to be an extremely busy summer for Chelsea. Wholesale changes are needed, and it looks likely that we will get […]
Five-star opulence is just the beginning at these five luxurious ski chalets. Expect exclusive locations, impeccable service and amenities that put them a cut above the rest. After an exhilarating day on the piste, you could be coming home to your own private spa, dance floor and open fire. When you stay at one of […] The post 5 of the world’s most luxurious ski chalets appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
In a National Rifle Association of America ad broadcast last year, the organization’s spokesperson Dana Loesch made a frightening message directed at Democrats, the media, and left-wing protesters. “The only way we stop this, the only way we save our country and our freedom is to fight this violence of lies with the clenched fist of truth,” Loesch said, while staring directly into camera. It sounded like a call to violence against liberals. The ad aired on NRATV, the NRA’s own round-the-clock television channel and political propaganda machine. NRATV streams its content 24-7 on its website and streaming services Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku and YouTube. Audio programming for NRATV is available on SiriusXM radio, iHeartRadio, and iTunes, according to the NRATV website. These tech compani
A ladder-shaped figure in the Cave of La Pasiega. Dirk Hoffmann Famous Spanish cave paintings are at least 65,000 years old, scientists reported on Thursday, suggesting that an extinct branch of humanity — our vanished cousins, the Neanderthals — created the world’s oldest art.Art is seen as an indicator of symbolic thought and language, long believed unique to modern humans. But along with even older dyed and pierced shell ornaments that date to more than 115,000 years ago, the cave paintings suggest that Neanderthals spoke and thought like modern humans.“The wider significance of our research is to finally put to bed the sense that Neanderthals were very different from us,” study coauthor Alistair Pike of the University of Southampton told BuzzFee...
Legendary AS Roma striker Francesco Totti has today lavished praise on former teammate and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah. Big-money arrival Egyptian wide-man Salah made his return to the Premier League during the summer, after Liverpool splashed out a fee that could eventually rise to 50 million Euro to bring the former Chelsea man in from Serie A outfit AS Roma. And he has certainly not taken long to settle back into the rigours of the English game, having already popped up with an incredible 30 goals across all competitions to this point in the campaign, solidifying himself as an absolute Reds’ fan-favourite both on and off the pitch. ‘One more level’ Speaking in an interview with Liverpool’s official website earlier today, one of Salah’s former teammates, in...
John Lott, a discredited researcher with a history of pushing false and misleading information about guns, scored space in Tuesday’s New York Times. The article, which argues that background checks are flawed and ineffective, continues his streak of misleading and deeply flawed analyses. It’s unclear why, exactly, the New York Times believed Lott is a credible source of gun research. Lott’s trademark assertion that more guns means less crime was formally and thoroughly repudiated by a panel convened by the National Research Council. In one case, a researcher has suggested that Lott fabricated an entire survey on defensive gun use. Lott has also been caught publishing studies with severe statistical errors. Faced with mounting criticism, Lott created a fake online persona,