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How I ... Make transportation luxurious Credit a birthday for giving birth to one of the regions oldest and largest limo services. Steve George, owner of The Limousine Service, said a celebration for his now-late father, John, led to the formation of his company. It was October 1983 when George
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Amenities bring back customers Its about more than just a roof over their heads. Those who run area hotels say that hosting guests means getting to know them so that they can provide the utmost in service and amenities. Bryan Drew is general manager of Embassy Suites in the Avant in Bu
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More hotels mean many more hospitality If Robert Shankland had entered the downtown hotel business just a few years earlier, hes pretty sure he would be in an entirely different position. Shankland, a 2010 graduate of Niagara University, in February became assistant manager of the Hilton Garde
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How Orlando's BBQ scene plans to smoke its competition and become a major destination It took Chef John Rivers 18 years to perfect the 18 hours needed to smoke an amazing brisket. In fact, the owner of Winter Park-based 4R Restaurant Group used to sleep in a hammock by the smoker to make sure the temperature stayed consistent. That dang br
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Philadelphia breaks ground with tax change A streamlined 8.5 percent hotel tax passed by City Council, not even two weeks ago, went into effect July 1 in the midst of summer tourism and months before 1.5 million additional visitors come to Philadelphia. The bill is meant to regulate home sharing s
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W Foshay and Chambers hotels to be sold W Minneapolis Hotel - The Foshay and Le Meriden Chambers Minneapolis, two prominent full-service hotels in Minneapolis, are under contract to be sold for $101 million, a record price for Minnesota hotels. Buyer: Dallas-based Ashford Hospitality Trust Inc.
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Charles Harbutt, Photojournalist With an Eye for Art as Well as News, Dies at 79 Mr. Harbutt infused his work with evocative imagery and as an art photographer he transformed conventional scenes into surreal metaphors.
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Miss USA Pageant Finds a Televised Venue Reelz, a cable network, has stepped up to carry the Miss USA Pageant on July 12. Univision and NBC had backed out after Donald Trumps comments on immigrants.
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Val Doonican, Irish Singer and TV Host, Dies at 88 Mr. Doonican hosted a variety show for two decades, but was also known for knocking the Beatles out of the top spot on the British album charts.
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SORTA gets power to pick streetcar operations, here's what will happen A judge ruled on Thursday evening that the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority can choose the operator and contract for the Cincinnati streetcar despite an injunction requested by the Amalgamated Transit Union, the Cincinnati AFL-CIO and other parti
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