Etihad’s Luxury Onboard Apartment Named Top In-flight Story Of 2014 – Yahoo News

Etihad’s Luxury Onboard Apartment Named Top In-flight Story Of 2014 – Yahoo News

University announces plans for the Complex – The Louisville Cardinal . The launch of a luxurious, three-bedroom apartment aboard Etihad Airways has been named the top in-flight experience and innovation by a group of aviation experts who make it their job to keep tabs on the evolution of air travel. In their list of top 10 Up in the Air passenger experience stories of 2014, editors at Future Travel Experience named Etihads The Residence the most popular in-flight story of the year. In May, the flagship carrier of the United Arab Emirates garnered international headlines when it gave the world a preview of its newest innovation, a sumptuous flying hotel suite aboard its A380 aircraft that has been touted as the gold standard in luxury flying. In addition to a living room space, bedroom, and en-suite bathroom — complete with shower — the deal also comes with a personal Jeeves butler. After The Residence, experts said that personalized customer service is poised to change the in-flight travel landscape via technology and ‘big data.’ In recent years, airlines such as Emirates, Delta, British Airways, Iberia, KLM and Eva Air for instance, have equipped their cabin crews with tablets, allowing flight attendants to access passenger flight information such as loyalty status, in-flight buying habits, food and wine preferences. Other popular in-flight stories of 2014 include cabin redesign ideas that include tray tables with built-in slots for tablets, and bigger overhead cabins to accommodate the rise in carry-on bags, following the rise in checked-baggage fees. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://news.yahoo.com/etihads-luxury-onboard-apartment-named-top-flight-story-145511489.html This decision comes after talks...
Topic Matches For Public Relations Career

Topic Matches For Public Relations Career

University announces plans for the Complex – The Louisville Cardinal Wednesday, November 26, 2014 12:13 pm reprinted from Nov. 22, 2012 Coronado Remembers Police Lt. Frank Greene Wednesday, October 8, 2014 12:48 pm Sixty years ago this week, October 12, 1954 to be exact, Coronado Police Lt. Frank Greene was shot and killed while making a routine traffic stop at 2 a.m. in front of the Coronado Public Library. He was just 43 years old at the time of his death. I had heard of Greene before when he was honored at a past city council meeting and though the circumstances were tragic, I hadnt given the incident much further thought. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.coronadonewsca.com/topic/?q=public%20relations%20career&t=&l=25&d=&d1=&d2=&f=html&s=&sd=desc&s=start_time Design of Holiday Inn undergoing alterations – Mohave Daily News: News This decision comes after talks that the University of Louisville Foundation would be selling part of the land back to the city to make room for a redesign of Stansbury Park in exchange for some of the land the park currently stands on. Center hall and Wellness House are currently home to living-learning communities, and West hall is home to the Housing office. According to Housing Director Shannon Staten, Housing offices will move from West hall to the fifth floor of Stevenson Hall around spring break, and other occupants of the Complex will move out in early May. No official plans are announced for the new residence hall, but it is expected to open in Fall 2016. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.louisvillecardinal.com/2014/12/university-announces-plans-for-the-complex/ Sunde said he will serve as...
Topic Matches For Public Relations Career

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Room rates range from $199 to $399 per night depending on the room size and the season. The 15 rooms include four Junior Suites, nine King Rooms and two Queen Rooms. The Marisol has been sold out on weekends since its opening August 1, 2014. The hotels official Grand Opening is slated for Saturday, September 6, 2014. Recently I sat down with Keyser and the Marisols Managing Director Sue Gillingham in the well-appointed living room that is the focal point of the boutique hotels first floor. Gillingham took me through the history of the establishment. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.coronadonewsca.com/topic/?q=public%20relations%20career&t=&l=25&d=&d1=&d2=&f=html&s=&sd=desc&s=start_time The new ethics of eating – Yahoo News It took me a while to get my arms around it, and know what the devil I was going to do, says Arnie Riebli, president of the Association of California Egg Farmers and an owner of Sunrise Farms in Modesto, Calif., which has a flock of 1 million hens. How are these people whove never done this telling us how to do it better? But once I told myself to look at it through their eyes, adds Mr. Riebli, then I understood. Bringing people in from the outside and showing them [battery cages], Id see the reactions on their faces, and say, You know what? This isnt working very well. In 2012 the National Pork Producers Council took heat when a spokesman uttered in a press interview what sounded like callous disregard for breeding sows: So our animals cant turn around for the 2.5 years that they are in the stalls producing piglets…. I...
The Mouse That Roared – News – Architectural Record

The Mouse That Roared – News – Architectural Record

There was no sign of the torrent of creativity to come, nor could anyone have predicted that Graves would continue to thrive after two apparent setbacks: the decline of post-modernism, which could have dragged him under, and an infection that left him paralyzed from the waist down. Along the way, he built two large companies, Michael Graves & Associates (architecture) and Michael Graves Design Group (products, branding, and graphics). As the show demonstrates, his partners have translated his ideas into a sprawling output, including buildings that because of his disabilityhe has never visited. All of which his being celebrated during this season of Graves, of which the show at Grounds for Sculpture, titled Past As Prologue (through April 15, 2015), is just one part. Another is the smaller exhibition Michael Graves Paintings: Landscapes and Still Lives at Studio Vendome in Manhattan (through December 31). Meanwhile, Graves has just had an architecture school named for him , becoming perhaps the only living architect with that distinction. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://archrecord.construction.com/news/2014/11/141114-Michael-Graves-Retrospective.asp?WT.mc_id=rss_archrecord Smithsonian vision points to larger remake of areas around National Mall – News – Leesville Daily Leader – Leesville, LA – Leesville, LA The addition of an underground space around the Hirshhorn’s Sculpture Garden is a simple, obvious and non-disruptive improvement to a museum that has been looking for more room as well. It would create light-filled galleries and connect visitors inside to the sculptures in the sunken garden on the National Mall. The plan also calls for sinking the fountain inside the Hirshhorn’s circular courtyard and this should be studied very...
Phoenix Home Remodeling Company, Republic West Remodeling, Selects The Foundation For Blind Children’s For Their Community Give-back Project – Yahoo Finance

Phoenix Home Remodeling Company, Republic West Remodeling, Selects The Foundation For Blind Children’s For Their Community Give-back Project – Yahoo Finance

During a recent tour of the Foundation for Blind Children’s facility, Republic West Remodeling discovered an outdated kitchen. The kitchen is an important training area where adults with vision loss learn how to maintain an independent and functional life. Along with its team of employees, vendors and trade partners, Republic West Remodeling has volunteered to remodel and update the entire kitchen space. This kitchen remodeling project will include a complete redesign of the kitchen, new cabinetry and countertops, two new islands, all new appliances, new flooring, new paint, a separate area for employees, and additional space to entertain, hold meetings and conduct other functions. “We are extremely honored to participate in the Foundation for Blind Children’s Give-Back program,” said Jim Weisman, owner of Republic West Remodeling, a leading Phoenix home remodeling company. “By providing a completely remodeled kitchen to the foundation, we hope we can help better serve the needs of those with vision loss.” “We’re also very grateful the foundation has agreed to dedicate the new kitchen facility to our long-time CFO, Randy Albers, who succumbed to a sudden illness in August 2014,” continued Weisman. “In the late 1980’s, Randy was in a car accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down. Although Randy needed to be in a wheel chair from that day forward, he did not let his misfortune affect his ability to lead a productive life. “Randy was a big part of the Republic West Remodeling family for almost 10 years,” added Weisman. “We cannot think of a better tribute than to name the foundation’s new kitchen after this wonderful man.” Founded in 1952,...
Avamere Family Of Companies Reaffirms Commitment To Behavioral And Mental Health Services For Washington Seniors

Avamere Family Of Companies Reaffirms Commitment To Behavioral And Mental Health Services For Washington Seniors

The Skanner Newspaper – Seattle-metro News and Events for Nov. 20 Through Dec. 11, 2014 The 102-bed healthcare center specializes in behavioral health and mental health and is undergoing a $2.4 million renovation, which is scheduled to finish by the end of November. This severely underserved population will have a home where their families can visit in an environment that has evolved to reflect the demands and expectations of those we serve. Tacoma, Washington (PRWEB) November 20, 2014 Avamere Georgian House of Lakewood, a 73-bed, post-acute care facility with a strong focus on mental health , will re-locate its patients on January 16, 2015, which was noted in a November 5, 2014 filing with the Washington state Department of Labor and Industries. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12341599.htm Hospitality Design – DAS Architects to Redesign Georgia Resort WEGNER: Three. THE PRESIDENT: Three — that’s not bad. (Laughter.) So six years ago, the technology in the schools was so outdated, only a few people could even print documents, and logging on to the Internet could take 20 minutes. Today, with the help of the Recovery Act, the whole district has WiFi. The ratio of computers to students is four-to-one and falling. Kids are Skyping in class with experts from all over the world on a whole range of subjects. And Sitka is now in the top tier of districts in the state. It’s been transformative. Darryl Adams is the superintendent of the Coachella Valley Unified School District in California. Where is he? There you go. Good to see you. One of the poorest districts...
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