Day: February 11, 2021

The Best Travel Cameras for 2021

Everyone loves to take pictures of their travels, whether you’re visiting the beach or headed down the trail. But when cloud-based storage isn’t available and phone space is at a premium, you want a way to snap your pictures without weighing yourself down. A good travel camera is the best solution to your quandry. The best travel cameras are small, light, and easy to pack, which makes them ideal for almost all traveling situations.

But which travel camera is the best choice for you? For enthusiast photographers, nothing beats the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III, a compact mirrorless camera

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Ace in the hole: Suppliers hope for boom in destination golf: Travel Weekly

Meanwhile, Skinner said that Golden Horseshoe, a KemperSports-managed 45-hole resort facility in Williamsburg, Va., enjoyed double-digit, year-over-year growth in golf package visitors during the late summer and early fall. 

Such resilience shouldn’t come as a surprise in the destination golf industry. While the number of overall golfers in the U.S. declined over the 15 years leading up to the pandemic, and the number of golf courses went down by 10%, according to the NGF, the global destination golf industry has expanded. From 2011 through 2019, sales by golf tour operators increased 8% to 10% annually, according to the International Association

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The Wedding Is Postponed. Again.

The venues had been booked, the flowers selected, outfits tailored, menus tasted and playlists curated. But as the coronavirus ravaged the world last year and travel shut down, many couples who had planned destination weddings were forced to postpone their nuptials.

Now, almost a year later, with new variants emerging and with travel restrictions still in place, they find themselves faced with a prospect they hadn’t imagined: postponing again.

Marissa Barmine, a medical student, had initially planned to host around 160 guests at the Perry Lane Hotel in Savannah, Ga., in April.

Now, in wedding terms, the date is almost

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Jennifer Whittet is Daytona Beach Police’s first female deputy chief

DAYTONA BEACH — In the 1982 movie “An Officer and a Gentleman,” a ruthless drill sergeant barks at female Navy aviation officer candidate Casey Seeger that she’ll never make it through the training or become an authoritative leader because she’s just a woman trying to be a man.

Something very similar happened to Jennifer Whittet in the earliest days of her career in a rural northern Wisconsin county dotted with small towns. She was the second female deputy ever hired by the Vilas County Sheriff’s Office, and a male field training officer essentially told her she was wasting her time.

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