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Lodz city guide: Where to eat, drink, shop and stay in Poland’s up-and-coming metropolis

Dubbed the “Polish Manchester”, Łódź (pronounced “Woodge”) has undergone a dramatic makeover in the past decade – and there are still a few layers of slap to come. Poland’s third biggest city was a 19th century industrial powerhouse before falling into a post-war slump, known as Grey Łódź. Now it’s …

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ACT chief minister says he ‘hates’ journalists and ‘is over’ mainstream media | Travel

The Australian Capital Territory’s chief minister, Andrew Barr, has declared he hates journalists and is “over” the mainstream media. The chief minister’s extraordinary attack comes after years of deteriorating relations with the territory’s sole newspaper, the Canberra Times. Barr has at various points refused to deal with its local political …

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American Airlines Partners Master Sommelier Bobby Stuckey

American Airlines has teamed up with master sommelier Bobby Stuckey.  As the airline’s official wine consultant, Stuckey will lead American’s wine program, selecting premium wines for customers to enjoy in Admirals Club lounges, Flagship Lounges, Flagship First Dining and in flight.  Desmond Echavarrie, master sommelier, will continue to support American’s …

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Keating appointed executive vice president of government operations at Boeing | News

Boeing has named Tim Keating as executive vice president of government operations. Keating, 56, has served as senior vice president of government operations since joining Boeing in May 2008. In this role, he leads the company’s public policy efforts, including all US federal, state and local government liaison operations, as …

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