Daily Archives: March 21, 2018

News: Marriott reports record European growth for 2017

Marriott International has reported its most successful year for signing development contracts in Europe, adding 35 hotels and signing 12,000 rooms in 2017. The company now operates or franchises more than 547 properties and over 110,000 rooms in 40 countries and territories in Europe, representing nine per cent of Marriott’s global room distribution, across 23 of the company’s 30 brands. ...

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PopPolitics: Saul Dibb on the Century-Old Lessons of War in ‘Journey’s End’ (Listen)

WASHINGTON — Saul Dibb’s “Journey’s End” is being released 100 years to the week after its subject takes place: The trenches of France during World War I, as a group of British soldiers awaits an almost certain German offensive that will likely mean casualties. The movie, which is based on R.C. Sherriff’s famous play of the same name, features relatively ...

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Panic! at the Disco Prep New LP, Release Two New Songs

Panic! At the Disco will release their sixth studio album, Pray For the Wicked, on June 22nd via Fueled By Ramen/DCD2 Records. Singer/band leader Brendon Urie previewed the LP with a pair of upbeat singles, “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” and “(Fuck A) Silver Lining” – with a cartoonish, violent clip accompanying the former track. The “Say Amen” video serves as ...

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OK! Magazine red carpet best dressed: Stephanie Davis, Gemma Atkinson and TOWIE stars

The OK! Magazine 25th Anniversary Party at The View from The Shard in London tonight saw many stunning celebs take to the red carpet. Stephanie Davis, 25, from Merseyside, was among them. The Hollyoaks actress recently had her first child Caben-Albi George Davis with former boyfriend Jeremy McConnell. The actress wore a stunning red gown and her long black locks ...

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How to Adjust Your Nutrition During Injury Recovery

A coach shares her advice for coping with the fueling challenges that come with being sidelined. Injuries, unfortunately, are a part of endurance sport. We can do our best to avoid overuse injuries,  but sometimes they happen anyway. For example, last summer during a ride, I reached for my water bottle at what turned out to be an inopportune time. ...

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'Final Portrait' Review: Bold Look at Art Is Anything But Paint-By-Numbers

The setting is Paris in 1964. Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti (Geoffrey Rush) has invited his friend, the American art writer James Lord (Armie Hammer), to pose for a portrait. Intrigued and flattered – Giacometti’s elongated sculptures and paintings had made him world famous – the subject agrees to sit for the master. Expecting to model for a few days, Lord ...

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