Month: July 2020

A couple of things are guaranteed when it comes to summertime in Barcelona, the sun will be shining and the weather will be hot! This usually means that the beaches are super busy and hard to navigate. But fear not, as there is a solution. If you want to go swimming in Barcelona, without having
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Donor-centric fundraising materials risk reinforcing ideas of white saviourism, and it is up to fundraisers to reframe the discussion, according to Priya Changela, marketing and fundraising officer at Disasters Emergency Committee. Changela called on fundraisers to help dismantle the white gaze during a session on ethical copywriting at Fundraising Everywhere’s BAME Fundraising Virtual Conference 2020,
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Little Warrior is a vocalist and electronic music producer who, after the success of her first EP Lovesick on Spotify, charting on iTunes and having her tracks appear on movies such as Debt Collectors and Run, Run, recently released her first full-length album on Blue Dot Studios. Flight Risk sees Little Warrior’s signature style really take off with lashings of lo-fi, trip
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Kongo in Karl Largerfeld’s studio. Photo by Laurent Segretier Kongo aka Cyril Phan has never been particular about the surface he leaves his mark on, whether wall, canvas, shop window, trunk, dress, bag, scarf, jewellery, champagne bottle, humidor, car or even airplane, multiplying collaborations with French brands like Chanel, Hermès, Richard Mille, Daum and La
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The late Kobe Bryant’s beautiful daughters are showing off their dance skills in yet another heartwarming TikTok video. This time they were joined by family friend La La Anthony. Kobe Bryant‘s infectious spirit continues to live on through his lovely daughters. His oldest, Natalia, 17, and second to youngest Bianka, 3, might be 14 years
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The National Trust has announced plans to make up to 1,200 people redundant as it expects to lose almost £200m this year as a result of the coronavirus crisis. The conservation charity hopes to save £100m – almost a fifth of its annual spend – through changes to its operations and reductions to payroll and
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Please note our writers visited St Vincent and the Grenadines prior to the coronavirus pandemic This 32-island nation is real get-away-from-it-all territory, from lush, mountainous St Vincent to the magical Grenadine islands. Several private islands have a single hotel such as Petit St Vincent and Palm Island, but the most exclusive, with villas and a
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Alex Wong | Getty Images Amazon will report its fiscal second-quarter earnings after market close on Thursday. Here are Wall Street’s expectations for Amazon:  Earnings: $1.46 per share expected, according to analysts surveyed by Refinitiv Revenue: $81.56 billion expected, according to analysts surveyed by Refinitiv The company’s earnings will be impacted
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If you’re looking for some light, cozy mysteries, you’ve come to the wrong place. These dark crime books aren’t for the faint of heart. Crime fiction includes a number of genres familiar to mystery readers. From courtroom dramas to psychological thrillers to police procedurals, crime fiction can come from many perspectives. But the books suggested
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Belgian social enterprise fights back against food waste while feeding the vulnerable quickly and cost effectively, supported by OKI Europe Ltd’s Five Colour Label Printer Egham, 29th July 2020 – Belgian social enterprise enVie, has been fighting back against food waste by making delicious healthy soups from fresh surplus vegetables supplied by Belgian farmers, to
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A change in tax policy on ‘digital advertising’ is expecting to result in “significant” savings for charities following a campaign by the Charity Tax Group (CTG). In a previous ruling, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) had said digital advertising should be subject to VAT, and sought to raise assessments to recover VAT from some advertising
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