Month: February 2021



Posted by

David Singleton

on Apr 11, 2020



King Crimson have taken the difficult, but inevitable decision to postpone this summer’s tour of North America for a year. Although it is possible that some venues in the US and Canada may open again in time for shows this June and July, there seems little possibility that the threat from Coronavirus will have completely faded – and we have no desire to risk the health of the band, the crew or the audience. No-one should

Denver City Council Approves Funding for Safe Camping Sites


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In a 10-1 vote, Denver City Council approved allotting $900,000 to existing and future safe-camping sites for people experiencing homelessness through a contract with the nonprofit Colorado Village Collaborative.

“I have heard from massive numbers of my constituents that they think this would be the direction that would be better to go than what we’ve had with unregulated camps,” Councilwoman Robin Kniech said during the February 16 council meeting before voting in favor of the proposal.

The money will help

To face 2020 head-on, one Anchorage tour company branched out

Candace McDonald Kotyk and Mandy Garcia, who co-own Salmon Berry Tours out of Anchorage. (Abbey Collins/Alaska Public Media)

At the Copper Whale Inn in downtown Anchorage, light streams through windows looking out on Cook Inlet. Candice McDonald Kotyk bought the inn in May 2019, “less than a year before we ended up shutting down during the pandemic,” Kotyk said. 

Kotyk is also the co-owner of Salmon Berry Tours, one of many businesses left scrambling when the pandemic wiped out 2020’s tourism season. Suddenly, Kotyk and co-owner Mandy Garcia were faced with figuring out how to keep a business running when

for family camping holidays, solo adventures and wild camping

Thinking of spending a night under the stars? We’ve rounded up the best tents available right now, whatever kind of trip you’re planning. Read on for our top options, plus a guide to the best places to buy. 

Best tents 2020

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Best tents 2020

As the weather gets warmer, the idea of camping out in the wonders of nature seems a little more practical and pleasant, especially for those with families. A camping trip can have many magical effects, whether it’s to de-stress you after a working week stuck indoors, build new memories, or provide endless entertainment for kids.

Thai Tourist Destinations Promote Their Attractions

Two of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations, Phuket and Pattaya, have launched new promotions as the Covid-19 epidemic subsides.

Phuket launched an online campaign called “Have you ever…” while Pattaya launched “500 Baht free for a reservation in Chonburi”.

Phuket Is Confident to Attract Visitors

Phuket Governor Narong Wunsiew said that the island’s tourism sector had been severely affected by the coronavirus and it was time for the province to start boosting its economy.

With Phuket’s natural beauty, it won’t take much investment to attract tourists back to the island, he said, adding that its main attractions were