Covid-19 Conversations: Samson & Surrey Co-founder Robert Furniss-Roe on Whether Craft Spirits Can Survive the Pandemic

Airing between regular episodes of the VinePair Podcast, “Covid-19 Conversations” takes an inside look at how the coronavirus crisis is impacting all areas of the alcohol business. In this installment of “Covid-19 Conversations,” VinePair CEO Adam Teeter interviews Robert Furniss-Roe, one of the founders of Samson & Surrey. Samson & Surrey represents a portfolio of […]

South Korea’s top classical musicians offer music to reunite us in distance

In celebration of the Europe Day 2020, which is also the 70th anniversary of the Schuman Declaration, South Korea’s top classical musicians from Europe and Korea – flutist Jasmine Choi, cellist Sung-won Yang, violinist Soojin Han and pianist Tae-hyung Kim – offer music that could reunite us in distance. from EEAS RSS Feeds https://ift.tt/2WyFd9W via […]

The World’s First Multilingual Big Data Terminology Book Published in China by CSPM

BEIJING — Big Data Terminology, the world’s first multilingual terminology book on the subject, was published in May 2020 in Beijing by China Science Publishing & Media Ltd. (CSPM) and has been released globally. Compiled through comprehensive and systematic research, this is the world’s first multilingual reference book for standardized big data terminology. Read More […]

EU Commission calls for state guarantees for vouchers for canceled travel

BRUSSELS — The European Commission will tell countries in the European Union to provide state guarantees for travel vouchers during the coronavirus pandemic, if they prefer people to accept the vouchers instead of cash refunds, according to a strategy document seen by Reuters. Read More More: https://ift.tt/2WFnyxx

Free Children Cooking Series – Chad Sarno’s Wicked Healthy Kids Series Shows How to Make Vegan Food (TrendHunter.com)

(TrendHunter.com) Acclaimed vegan chef, Chad Sarno, co-founder of ‘Wicked Healthy — a line of vegan food products and cookbooks— recently — recently launched a series of free online cooking videos for… More: https://ift.tt/3chuFmh

Virtual Prom Celebrations – The Teen Vogue Virtual Prom is Launching with a Promposal Challenge (TrendHunter.com)

(TrendHunter.com) For those who plan on attending the upcoming Teen Vogue Virtual Prom, AXE is kicking off a #bemyAXEdatecontest on Instagram that invites students ages 16 and up to share a virtual promposal video…. More: https://ift.tt/3blkdZM

Bankruptcy court approves Neiman Marcus’ plea to access financing

U.S. luxury department store chain Neiman Marcus Group said on Friday it received court approval to access $675 million of its debtor-in-possession financing, which will allow continuity of the company’s business during Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and enable it to pay employees and vendors. Read More More: https://ift.tt/2YQMk0j

Coronavirus inflicts huge U.S. job losses as pandemic breaches White House walls

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK — The U.S. government reported more catastrophic economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis on Friday as the pandemic pierced the very walls of the White House and California gave the green light for its factories to restart after a seven-week lockdown. Read More More: https://ift.tt/3bhHtYG

Germany sees increased risk of hard Brexit if Britain refuses to extend deadline

BERLIN — German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said in a newspaper interview on Saturday there was a growing risk of a hard Brexit in the midst of the coronavirus crisis as negotiations between Britain and the European Union so far on the future trade relationship had yielded hardly any progress. Read More More: https://ift.tt/2LdvKzM

U.S. tightens visa rules for Chinese journalists amid coronavirus tensions

WASHINGTON — The United States issued a new rule on Friday tightening visa guidelines for Chinese journalists, saying it was in response to the treatment of U.S. journalists in China, a shift that comes amid tensions between the two nations over the coronavirus global pandemic. Read More More: https://ift.tt/2LpQepf

No ‘V’-shape return from devastating U.S. job loss, Fed policymakers say

SAN FRANCISCO — As many parts of the world’s biggest economy begin to reopen after weeks of stay-at-home orders that slowed the spread of the coronavirus but gutted jobs, Americans should not expect a quick return to growth, U.S. Federal Reserve officials said on Friday. Read More More: https://ift.tt/35LLhA5