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Odd Photo Choice for Venezuela Promotional Effort
Jim Wyss, a reporter for The Miami Herald, was surprised to see a picture of himself after his release from Venezuelan detention being used in a campaign for national pride.
In Transit Blog: Presidents Can Be So Romantic
This year Valentine?s and Presidents? Day fall on the same weekend, and hotels around the country are offering packages that celebrate both occasions.
In Transit Blog: At Bulgari Hotel Milan, Renowned Chefs Are Guests
The Bulgari Hotel Milan has a seven-month food festival in which high-profile chefs collaborate on the cuisine.
T Magazine: The Los Feliz Neighborhood of Los Angeles Gets its First Boutique Hotel
In a creative-class enclave not known for its lodging options, Hotel Covell is opening above the beloved hangout Bar Covell.
In Transit Blog: New Walking Tours in Japan and China
Country Walkers is offering new multi-day itineraries in China and Japan.
Qatar Airways Acquires 9.99% Stake in British Airways Parent
The stake in the International Airlines Group, also the parent of the Spanish carried Iberia, deepens a commercial partnership with the group.
Ratings Now Cut Both Ways, So Don?t Sass Your Uber Driver
Companies from Uber to Airbnb are rating their customers on degrees of promptness and politeness, but who owns the data that details good and bad behavior?
In Transit Blog: A Digital Upgrade at the Tower of David Museum
At the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem, a digital initiative is designed to enhance visitors? experiences.
T Magazine: In Berlin, a New Shop That Offers Much More Than Shopping
The Store, a retail space at Soho House opening this weekend, includes dining, co-working spaces, a library, photography studios and screening rooms.
On Slavery?s Doorstep in Ghana
Descendants of Venture Smith, a famous slave who won freedom and success in America, return to the roots of his captivity.