Barefoot: Louis Knight, a 19-year-old pizza delivery guy from Philadelphia, went barefoot as he sang Castle on the Hill, by Ed Sheeran, which reminded him of friends he’d left behind in England and his pal Russell, who died by suicide and inspired his AI audition song … [Read more...] about American Idol recap: ‘Just Sam’ blows away the judges in Hawaii as the best singers advance to the Top 20
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Flights to Medina Flights between Abu Dhabi and Shanghai, Abu Dhabi and Chengdu and Beijing and Nagoya, Japan Flights between Abu Dhabi and Hong Kong Flights between Abu Dhabi and Milan The airline will also suspend flights between Abu Dhabi and Rome, with the final flights to Rome and to Abu Dhabi, operating on March 14 Flights between Abu Dhabi and Kuwait from 9pm GMT March 13 Flights between Abu Dhabi and Bahrain Emirates Emirates has suspended the following flights (as of March 12): … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Full list of axed flights by airlines including easyJet
What if pet owners are still worried about Covid-19? For dogs or cats with respiratory problems, the experts' recommendation is to contact a vet to test for more common respiratory pathogens. … [Read more...] about Can dogs catch coronavirus?
Like the fashion for airships, it never really took off. Though the mast was added – and the Empire State became the tallest building in the world when it opened in 1931 – the difficulty in actually mooring soon rendered the plans redundant: high winds made it almost impossible for airships to actually attach to the mast, while there was no way passengers would ever be able to walk down a gangplank to reach the building. … [Read more...] about Urban oddities: cities used to do the strangest things …
Divisions of the airline could possibly be sold off, with the flying kangaroo airline this month retrenching 20,000 staff, or two-thirds of its workforce, as COVID-19 forced it to suspend international flights until at least May. … [Read more...] about Australia is not for sale! Government cracks down on foreign raiders looking to snap up struggling local firms amid coronavirus crisis – after saying they were on ‘high alert’ for Chinese buyers