Priority Pass data shows travel momentum is gaining: Business Traveler USA

Visits to network salons increased 28% month-over-month between June and July 2021 Visits to airport lounges around the world are on the increase, reflecting growing dynamics in the number of flights across the globe. According to data from Collinson’s Priority Pass, the total number of salon visits across the network …

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Artist Bansky warned about website exploitation a week before fraudulent NFT sale

Last week, a link on the infamous graffiti artist Banksy’s website announced a piece of art as the creator’s first NFT (non-fungible token). The NFT auction debacle A British collector won the auction for $ 366,000 to purchase the limited NFT art, before realizing it was a fake. A crucial …

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Afghan filmmakers launch passionate plea for support – Venice – Deadline

A panel to discuss the role the film community can play in raising awareness of the current crisis in Afghanistan was held at the Venice Film Festival this afternoon. The Afghan filmmakers Sahraa Karimi and Sahra Mani took part in particular. The first is the first woman president of the …

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Beeple: The Savage and Savage Tale of How One Man Made $ 69 Million From Just One NFT

The first was called “Crossroad,” a book that would change depending on the outcome of the Biden vs. Trump election, the results of which were expected after the sale. Then, “Politics Is Bullshit”, an NFT showing a bull defecating (you understand?) The third track was called “Crypto Is Bullshit”. The …

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The wacky rise of NFT art collectors

Pablo Rodriguez-Fraile is shaking things up. It’s not that he doesn’t like his current Miami home. It’s more that he needs a place where he can make the most of his art collection. “The new house is going to have 15 or 16 screens all around and projectors,” said Rodriguez-Fraile, …

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Huge collection of football fan memorabilia set to sell for £ 170,000

A football fan’s lifetime collection of memorabilia dedicated to the beautiful game is to be auctioned off and could go for up to £ 170,000. Bryan Horsnell, 82, has been collecting medals, caps, official match flags and vintage shirts for 60 years. The collection of more than 200 lots will …

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Sikorski’s attic | The reader’s ashtray was made by the famous Brazilian sculptor | Home and outdoor living

Dear John: I’ve had this ashtray on a shelf in my garage for some time. It measures 8 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 and has never been used. While cleaning the garage, I picked it up and the bracket came off. I noticed the name and Googled it. It was …

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Shug’s in Brooklyn South Square brings art, food and drink together in one community gathering place – Salisbury Post

SALISBURY – From the moment people walk into her eclectic bar, restaurant and concert hall, Tiffany Day wants them to feel like magically teleported away. “I wanted there to be good vibes,” said Day, the co-owner and the face of the gathering place. “I wanted people to come and have …

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My story | Free State artist explains how his grandparents are the inspiration behind his world-famous paintings

Vuyisile Adoons is a Free State based artist who sells his work around the world. He grew up in a small town on a street called Rockville and drawing old people is his favorite thing to do. This brings him closer to his late paternal grandparents who raised him. Free …

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Wild swimming and magical walks in the woods on the Scottish island that inspired Neverland

I stand at the end of the pier, gazing at the sparkling, tranquil waters of Loch Moidart. Feeling some trepidation, I quickly count down and jump. The cold water is incredibly numbing but so invigorating. Wild swimming around Eilean Shona is just one of the many activities available to guests …

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