Day: September 15, 2020

Kyline Alcantara pursues degree in tourism to help promote the Philippines



a woman posing for a picture: Kyline Alcantara stuns in 18th birthday shoot


Kyline Alcantara stuns in 18th birthday shoot

Kyline Alcantara is excited to be a kolehiya despite the new normal in education amid the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Nelson Canlas’ report on “24 Oras,” the Kapuso breakout star is pursuing a degree in tourism.

She said she is planning to combine what she will learn from her studies together with her acting background for a higher purpose: to show the world the best that the country has to offer.

“I want to have enough knowledge about the Philippines so pagdating sa ibang bansa kayang-kaya kong ipagmalaki kung gaano kaganda ‘yung Pilipinas,” she said.

Kyline, who recently turned 18, also admitted that she is feeling some jitters as a freshman in college.

“Nakakatakot po siya sa akin kasi bagong school po e, so lahat ng nandun sa school ko na ‘yun parang kilala na nila ‘yung isa’t isa,” she said.

The online

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Global Air Travel Industry

Global Air Travel Market to Reach 5. 2 Billion Subscribers by the Year 2027. Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for Air Travel estimated at 4. 1 Billion Subscribers in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of 5.

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2 Billion Subscribers by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 3.4% over the period 2020-2027.

The U.S. Accounts for Over 28.9% of Global Market Size in 2020, While China is Forecast to Grow at a 5.6% CAGR for the Period of 2020-2027

The Air Travel market in the U.S. is estimated at 1.2 Billion Subscribers in the year 2020. The country currently accounts for a 28.88% share in the global market. China, the world second largest economy, is forecast to reach an estimated market size of

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Palm Springs’ Virgin Hotel ‘postponed’ due to COVID-19, could be replaced with condos, city says

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A sketch of the proposed Virgin Hotel in downtown Palm Springs. (Photo: Submitted: Wessman Development Company)

Citing economic setbacks caused by the coronavirus pandemic, developers of the the proposed Virgin Hotel in downtown Palm Springs have “postponed” the project, city staff said during Thursday’s Palm Springs City Council meeting.

As a result, the hotel could be replaced with a 62-unit condominium complex, officials said.

“Grit Development and the Virgin Hotel developer have mutually agreed to postpone the project due to COVID-19 impacts on the national economy and on the hospitality industry specifically,” Assistant City Manager Marcus Fuller told council members. 

He added that they “have agreed to replace … existing hotel plans on that site with a residential project that will energize the downtown project.”  

The proposed 62-unit development was reviewed on Tuesday by the city’s Architectural Advisory Committee. It shares the same architect behind the Kimpton Rowan Palm

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Northeastern recreation centers to reopen on Friday

Marino Recreation Center and SquashBusters Center will be reopening on Northeastern’s Boston campus Friday morning. Visitors will instantly notice the changes that have been made to both recreation centers to promote safety for everyone on campus and in the surrounding communities.

Some of the exercise machines have been shifted onto the basketball courts at Marino, in order to provide a minimum of 14 feet between stations. Each facility will operate at no more than 40 percent of normal capacity. 

Masks must be worn by guests throughout their workouts, which must be reserved in advance via the Atleto app. Lockers, showers, hair dryers, and saunas will not be available.

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Areas of each center will be shut down periodically throughout the day to allow for deep cleanings by Northeastern sanitation crews. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

“Nothing is the same, almost,” says Omar Rouhana, Northeastern’s associate director of university recreation-business and

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New Berlin, Burghardt Sporting Goods partner to create city rec center

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The less-faded paint previously covered by the Walmart store sign reveals the previous occupant of the 107,000-square-foot building in the New Berlin City Center off National Avenue. The store, vacant since 2015, will get new life not only as a 80,000-square-foot Burghardt Sporting Goods facility but also a 25,000-square-foot recreation center owned by the city, under a partnership between New Berlin and Burghardt. (Photo: Jim Riccioli / Now News Group)

NEW BERLIN – With a decisively broad recreational plan, the old Walmart in the New Berlin City Center will house more than a popular regional sporting goods store.

New Berlin officials announced Tuesday that the city has officially entered into a partnership with Burghardt Sporting Goods, the longtime Milwaukee-area retailer who recently acquired Walmart’s former store, to open a public recreation center in the heart of the community.

The announcement represents the unveiling of a plan that

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