The hotel, which stays open until April, suggests that guests stay only one night due to below-zero temperatures.
Key joins a long line of celebrities to lead this parade, which rolls at 6 p.m. Feb. 12.
Jay Fai is the only restaurant in the Bangkok guide listed under the “street food” classification to receive a star.
The Zermatt tourism office says power has been restored. No one was at risk; authorities cut off access to ski slopes and hiking trails a day earlier.
The $500 million museum opened with much fanfare in November, just two blocks from the National Mall and three blocks from the U.S. Capitol.
“Steps to Stardom” opens at the Stratford Perth Museum on Feb. 18.
Motorcycle fans will want to be in Milwaukee for Harley-Davidson’s 115th anniversary hometown bash Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 29-Sept. 2.
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“Everyone sees this as a kind of new gold rush, but I think we need to be more careful about how this rolls out, ” cautions one law school professor.
The belief that hard work equals a long life echos throughout Sardinia. Researchers are reluctant to agree but admit there’s a little truth to that.
UNESCO on Thursday added the art of the Neapolitan pizza maker, or “pizzaiuolo,” to its list of “intangible cultural heritage of humanity.”
Taxidermist George Dante compared working with the Field Museum’s “Fighting African Elephants” to being asked to restore the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
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The speculation is that the queen will make Harry a duke, like his brother William, and Markle a duchess when they wed at Windsor Castle.
The goal is to deliver express service that would whisk travelers between downtown and O’Hare in 20 minutes or less, cutting travel times in half.