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Eastern Airlines back in the sky

The first time I flew to San Juan, Puerto Rico was on Eastern Airlines way back in 1985 when I was working on a consulting project there. Ironically, the last time I flew Eastern Airlines involved a trip to San Juan. That was January 1991. Show More Summary

There Is No Perfect “Game” – 5 Common Miles & Points Mistakes

Why That Mistake Isn’t A Huge Deal I’m going to let you in on a little secret. I am not perfect. I The post There Is No Perfect “Game” – 5 Common Miles & Points Mistakes appeared first on Miles to Memories.

Why you still need it on paper, even in 2015

It’s hard to believe that there was a time in the not-too-distant past when travelers needed paper tickets to fly. And even when there was an e-ticket option, many preferred having actual tickets in hand. Almost all tickets are electronic these days and many people travel casually without paper. Show More Summary

Chicago Seminars Tickets On Sale Today (9am PT / 12pm ET)

Good morning from BART (public transportation in San Francisco).  I just got an email that the Chicago Seminars (Oct 16-18) will have tickets on sale today at 9am PT / 12pm ET.  This FlyerTalk thread has all the details.  Tickets are $100, which is a great deal for 2 days of non-stop miles and points […]

Bullying May Have Even Worse Consequences Than Child Abuse, According To New Study

By: Anne Harding Published: April 28, 2015 03:00am ET on LiveScience Being bullied during childhood may have even graver consequences for mental health in adulthood than being neglected or sexually abused, according to the first-ever...Show More Summary

Starbucks' New Cookie Straws Are Here And They Sound Delicious

You know what pairs nicely with Starbucks' new S'mores Frappuccino? A cookie straw, of course. In conjunction with the limited-time S'mores Frappuccino release on Tuesday, April 28, Starbucks announced that it will offer customers free Frappuccino Cookie Straws while supplies last. Show More Summary

Burning Ferry Evacuated in Mediterranean Sea Off Spain

Spanish emergency services safely evacuated around 150 people from a burning ferry crossing the Mediterranean from the island of Mallorca to the Spanish port of Valencia, government and port authorities said on Tuesday. The post Burning Ferry Evacuated in Mediterranean Sea Off Spain appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

The World’s Loneliest Abandoned Swimming Pool

Urbex photographer Joel Handwerk's exquisitely detailed images of an abandoned Virginia hotel swimming pool evoke the lost innocence of forgotten summers. The post The World’s Loneliest Abandoned Swimming Pool appeared first on WebEcoist.

Denver Beer Acquires Former Oskar Blues Brewer Jason Buehler

(Denver, CO) – Denver Beer Co. welcomed Jason Buehler earlier this month as Head Brewer at the Platte Street Taproom.  Bueh… The post Denver Beer Acquires Former Oskar Blues Brewer Jason Buehler appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Lady Gaga Posed In Fiance Taylor Kinney’s Chicken Coop, Because Puppies Are So Last Week

Her next album will be named "Little Monsters On The Prairie." More » Lady Gaga Posed In Fiance Taylor Kinney’s Chicken Coop, Because Puppies Are So Last Week is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Get sex, dating advice, culture news and hot trends for women..

Penrose Brewing Wild IX & Wild X Bottle Release May 2, 2015

(Geneva,IL) – Those who’ve made our last few releases are in the know, but if you haven’t been paying attention… The post Penrose Brewing Wild IX & Wild X Bottle Release May 2, 2015 appeared first on thefullpint.com.

City Officials Ready To Approve Incentives For Arlington Assembly Expansion Plan

City officials in Arlington, Texas will vote Tuesday evening to approve incentives for General Motors’ $1.2-billion expansion of Arlington Assembly. Mayor Robert Cluck says the incentive package – including a reduction of real estate...Show More Summary

Canada Invests In Port Lambton Rescue Station

Inshore Rescue Boat Station upgraded as part of federal infrastructure commitment   On behalf of the Honorable Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans,

Your Local Chinese Grocer Is a Paradise of Pig Snouts and Tofu

Toronto's Chinese grocers aren't just catering to the Chinese anymore. With an ever-diversifying clientele, you can find Filipino desserts and halal meat.

Videotel Training Film Wins Media Award

Videotel, the international provider of e-Learning maritime training solutions and a company of KVH Industries, Inc., has received a Golden Reel Award from the

Iranian Navy Seized Ship Under Court Order -Fars

The Iranian navy seized a ship on Tuesday at the request of Iran's Ports and Maritime Organization, the English-language service of Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency reported.

Apple files patent for 'humanized' navigation system

Apple files for a patent for 'humanized navigation instructions for mapping applications' that would provide more human-like detail to navigation instructions. Continue reading Apple files patent for 'humanized' navigation system Apple files patent for 'humanized' navigation system originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 28 Apr 2015 12:45:00 EST. Show More Summary

Hey, Makeup, Why Do You Want to Blur My Face?

1 hour agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

I’m a super-fan of the placebo effect and fanciful language, which means I love reading about makeup. I blithely flip through magazine advertisements, with their promises of smooth, shiny, soft outcomes. I walk down the aisles of Sephora and think smooth, shiny, soft thoughts. I buy bottles and imagine my... More »

RadioShack Agrees To Mediation After Auction Of Customer Mailing Lists

In bankruptcy court this morning in Delaware, there was a hearing regarding RadioShack’s plan to offer tens of millions of pieces of customer data in its bankruptcy auction. The attorney general of the Shack’s home state of Texas objected...Show More Summary

Iran Interception of Cargo Ship Appears 'Provocative' -Pentagon

The Pentagon on Tuesday said Iran's interception of a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo vessel appeared to be a "provocative" act, but U.S. officials did

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