Yes, Italy. Maybe even Sicily.
Sicily to subsidise post-Covid holidays as Italy considers reopening to tourists
Hey, after all of this calms down, there will be some great deals on travel to Italy. Tourism is a major part of the Italian economy, and it’s currently down by 95%, for obvious reasons. Multiple public and private entities in Italy are already working to boost travel there post-COVID-19.
There are a lot of reasons to visit Italy.
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Drive-in movie theaters hope to usher in comeback for entertainment sector
I have only childhood memories of the drive-in. Back in the early 1970s, I would occasionally attend with my parents.
I was very young then, no more than about five years old. I usually fell asleep in the back seat of my dad’s Ford Torino long before the movie concluded. At that age, I was seldom interested in the movies my parents were watching, anyway. Continue reading “Will drive-in movies make a comeback?”
This seems like the kind of article that could only come from a Millennial staff writer at CNN, Huffington Post, or Slate. (It came from Hannah Lack, a writer at CNN. I don’t know if she’s a Millennial; but I have my suspicions.):
Why the pressure to change our faces has never been higher
The article is filled with quotes from Jessica Hefland, the author of Face: A Visual Odyssey.
Continue reading “Social media, the face, and vanity, insecurity”