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Kyo-ya’s Sheraton Maui trespasses 3 employees over strike leaflets | Travel News

Kyo-ya’s Sheraton Maui trespasses 3 employees over strike leaflets | Travel News

Just days after releasing a statement saying they’re “ready to welcome back” striking employees, Kyo-ya trespassed three Sheraton Maui workers, which bans them from the hotel property for one year. The three employees were passing out leaflets to guests in the hotel’s porte corchere, informing them of the strike which impacts their hotel and four other hotels in Hawaii. Security ...

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Have a Halloween with Disney Cruise Line

Have a Halloween with Disney Cruise Line

If you’ve seen Disneyland Paris or Disney World Florida at Halloween, you’ll have a pretty good idea about what you can expect onboard a Disney Cruise at this time of year. Those of you who haven’t, however, are in for a real treat. Little kids and big kids alike will adore the festivities onboard, from the characters in costume to ...

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Fall Book List: The 16 books we are reading this fall

Fall Book List: The 16 books we are reading this fall

Team Song of Style and I were chatting about what was on our fall reading list this year. Fall is the perfect time to add some new books to your list, because the change in season brings so many other changes with it. Whether you’re starting another year of school or thinking about transitioning in your career or any other ...

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4 Places To Explore In Vancouver For The Travelling Bibliophile | Verve Magazine

4 Places To Explore In Vancouver For The Travelling Bibliophile | Verve Magazine

Travel Text by Huzan Tata While Canada’s westernmost region isn’t without its natural wonders, it’s also a treasure trove for literature-loving travellers, allowing them to return with piles of new reads, and fascinating stories to take home. As stalking famous authors or lining up outside their homes may be frowned upon, we give you locales you can visit instead, ...

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Sustainable Fashion 101: How to Take Action

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StockSnap.io Sustainable fashion is definitely a buzzword nowadays, and it’s great that more and more people are becoming aware of just how damaging the fashion industry can be. Beyond being one of the largest polluting industries in the world, fast fashion is a massive drain on resources, a huge contributor to global waste, and the perpetrator of unjust treatment of ...

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Ridhi Mehra’s winter/festive collection is everything your wardrobe needs

Ridhi Mehra’s winter/festive collection is everything your wardrobe needs

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How to Become More Productive While Working from Home

How to Become More Productive While Working from Home

Career You may have to break up with your bed, but it is possible! Working from home always sounds so enticing (hello, PJs and no makeup), but the reality is that, when in the comfort of your own digs, it’s all too easy to squeeze in a bit of housework or prep your dinner while you really should be at your ...

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The Body Positive Meaning Behind Princess Eugenie’s Wedding Dress

The Body Positive Meaning Behind Princess Eugenie's Wedding Dress

‘You can show people your scars and I think it’s really special to stand up for that.’ When Princess Eugenie stepped out of her wedding car this morning and revealed her breathtaking ivory gown, we actually gasped out loud. The dress, designed by British sartorialists Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos, instantly became a huge talking point this morning with ...

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