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Over-The-Top Omnia Nightclub Comes to The Strip This Spring

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Following on the heels of the world’s swankiest Ferris wheel and a series of other extravagant Las Vegas debuts is Omnia Nightclub, Hakkasan Group’s glitzy new party center at Ceasars Palace.

This spring, a cushy rooftop lounge, color-shifting light shows and interactive LED displays will summon ravers everywhere to the multimillion dollar renovation of the outdated PURE Nightclub.

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Travel to Cuba: What You Need to Know

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It’s happening, people. Travel to Cuba just got as little easier, thanks to a new set of regulations that take effect today and expand on President Obama’s recent policy changes.

The Department of Treasury dropped the amended regulations on the lap of tour operators and others with a stake in travel to Cuba yesterday morning. Just how quickly these changes can and will be implemented remains foggy—as do some of the particulars, which will likely be hashed out in the coming days and weeks. So watch this space.

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Baltimore/Washington (BWI) is America's Healthiest Airport

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Travel plans in the near future don’t need to undo your newly minted resolutions, thanks to surge in healthful food offerings at airports across the country.

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How to Land Your Dream Job and Travel the World

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If you’ve ever found yourself Googling “how to travel the world or “jobs where you can travel,” DreamJobbing could be the answer for you.

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Data Stash from T-Mobile Lets You Budget Your Data

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T-Mobile just announced the latest in a recent string of attacks on the service-chokehold enforced by most mobile carriers: a “Data Stash” service allowing users to rollover unused data each month.

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The Real Deal with Amazon Travel

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If you’ve heard the rumors about Amazon’s new travel site, you’re not alone. Buzz is big surrounding the e-commerce company’s aggressive appeals to hotels across the nation. But Amazon’s plan isn’t to compete with TripAdvisor or Expedia. Instead, the changes are a part of a massive build-out of the burgeoning Amazon Local.

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Be Thankful! This Bar Saves Lives

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This month, while we all give thanks for our full plates and second-helpings, the philanthropic granola bar, This Bar Saves Lives, is partnering with Ojai Valley Inn & Spa in Southern California to bring the campaign against world hunger to the next level. The resort’s interactive “Giving Wall” allows guests the chance to trade grateful, hand-written notes for an all-natural, gourmet snack bar. In exchange? This Bar Saves Lives donates a life-saving nutrition pack to a child in need.

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Book a Seat on the Pan Am Stage

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If you’re still searching for the perfect gift for the aviation enthusiast in your life, tickets to an authentic, first-class meal service in a perfect replica of a Pan Am aircraft might do the trick.

After boarding a refurbished Boeing 747, guests to the Pan Am Stage—a partnership with Air Hollywood—will get a blast from the past, with flight attendants in iconic, mod uniforms serving signature fare from original Pan Am flatware.

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JetBlue’s New Hue: Adds Bag Fees, Cuts Leg Room

The rumors are true: JetBlue—long hailed as the airline holdout for ancillary fees—is adding a highly controversial checked bag fee and taking back some of your legroom.

Only six months after the famously egalitarian carrier debuted its new premium Mint class, JetBlue is taking another step toward becoming more of a traditional airline by introducing, in mid-2015, a tiered airfare structure that will bundle checked bags and other, yet-to-be-named benefits into ticket prices.

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John Oliver’s Britishisms Give Cookie Monster an Identity Crisis


Since 1776, the war between British and American English has given rise to such battles as lorry versus truck, knackered versus tired, and loo versus toilet. Yet no clash has caused such dramatic, personal agony as the deceptively sweet duel between biscuit and cookie, waged by very-British talk show host, John Oliver, and his Muppet co-star, the Cookie Monster.

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