Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Block 16 Urban Food Hall at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Photo: Jeff Green / Courtesy of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas When the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas opened in 2010, it became the hotel for the well-heeled crowd. Dark interiors with purple accents gave the hotel a seductive vibe, only further driven home by the lobby’s 15-foot digital art columns that often showed silhouettes of unclothed women. Majority of its spacious rooms were outfitted with balconies, an unparalleled offering to this day. And its Chandelier lounge, draped in illuminated beads, was where you went to see and be seen. Over the past year, the property has undergone some changes, adding in ultra-exclusive penthouses for their high rollers; switching up their stores to include Sin City–appropriate necessities like Drybar and Reviv; and revamping their food and beverage program to include New York City and Los Angeles favorites like Momofuku … [Read more...] about Inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’s Impressive Block 16 Urban Food Hall
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As one of the larger companies of the consumer discretionary sector, The Coca-Cola Company ( KO ) shares have enjoyed a relative upward trend since the beginning of 2022 as investors appear to be bracing for potential interest rate hikes. Coca-Cola shares currently trade in an above average range based on historical volatility, and option traders appear to be positioned for the stock to rise after the company reports earnings for the fiscal fourth quarter. Analysts expect the company to announce $0.41 in earnings per share (EPS) and $8.93 billion in revenue. Investors will be paying keen attention to how Coca-Cola has managed to navigate ongoing supply chain issues and how rising costs could affect the bottom line. Insiders have recently increased the amount of shares being sold, unloading over 314,000 shares valued at close to $18.6 million over the past 90 days. Investors will be keeping an eye on if the beverage maker can continue to increase sales volume and what, if … [Read more...] about Can Coca-Cola (KO) Keep Up the Trend?
As the world’s need for large amounts of portable energy grows at an ever-increasing pace , many innovators have sought to replace current battery technology with something better. advertisement Italian physicist Alessandro Volta tapped into fundamental electrochemical principles when he invented the first battery in 1800. Essentially, the physical joining of two different materials, usually metals, generates a chemical reaction that results in the flow of electrons from one material to the other. That stream of electrons represents portable energy that can be harnessed to generate power . The first materials people employed to make batteries were copper and zinc. Today’s best batteries – those that produce the highest electrical output in the smallest possible size – pair the metal lithium with one of several different metallic compounds. There have been steady improvements over the centuries, but modern batteries rely on the same strategy as that of Volta: … [Read more...] about How electric eels inspired the first battery two centuries ago
After "glass skin" and "dolphin skin", TikTok users are now all going crazy for "jello skin", a new anti-aging skincare trend straight out of South Korea. While it's really about boosting collagen production, this new trend draws on a simple concept that's already very much out there: holistic beauty. As beauty trends land thick and fast on TikTok, many are based on K-beauty – or Korean beauty – which has become a major source of inspiration in the West, despite the recent hype around new influences, including G-beauty (Germany), C-beauty (China), and T-beauty (Taiwan). The latest in line is a new viral skincare trend called "jello skin". Read more: Makeup goes hybrid, focusing on holistic beauty and formulated for skin health "Jello skin" – which evidently refers to Jell-O, the brightly coloured gelatin dessert well known in the US and Canada – seems to be linked to the TikTok account of the influencer @glowwithava, who regularly shares tips and tricks with her 1.4 … [Read more...] about ‘Jello skin’, a new holistic K-beauty trend, is going viral on TikTok
For several months now, a new type of content creator has been springing up on social networks: art influencers. If they have quickly become the darlings of museums, art fairs are still reluctant to call on these art world newcomers. Now, Art Basel plans to welcome them to its next edition in Hong Kong, but only on certain conditions. Since its inaugural edition in 2013, Art Basel Hong Kong has attracted different types of audiences, from art collectors to gallerists and dealers, artists, journalists and now influencers. The fair's organisers have recently decided to offer content creators the opportunity to get accredited, in order to take their followers behind the scenes of the event. However, they will have to follow several rules of good conduct, reports Artnet News. For example, there's no question of doing "lives" in the aisles of the fair, let alone photographing other visitors without their permission. Accredited influencers are also asked to ensure they credit the … [Read more...] about TikTok time: Art Basel HK welcomes ‘art influencers’ to its upcoming edition
“Joe Pickett” is a very promising show. The first two episodes of the series based on a book series from C.J. Box are out on Paramount+, and I decided to fire them up. The plot of the series is pretty straightforward. (REVIEW: ‘ Yellowstone ’ Season 4 Finale Shocks Fans With Major Death) The show follows a Wyoming game warden with a dark past, but an inherent urge to do things the right way. When one of his rivals is found dead on his property, it’s immediately clear there’s a large and sinister conspiracy playing out. What does the show remind me of? There are some obvious “ Yellowstone ” vibes, but it’s not even within spitting distance as being as good. View this post on Instagram A post shared by cjboxauthor (@cjboxnovels) While “ Yellowstone ” and other Taylor Sheridan shows are incredibly serious, “Joe Pickett” liked to inject a bizarre sense of humor into some scenes, specifically a … [Read more...] about REVIEW: ‘Joe Pickett’ Has Lots Of Potential, But Is Far From Being A Great Show
Kate Beckinsale’s latest spread in Flaunt will absolutely take your breath away. The article , published May 2, features Beckinsale in a range of gorgeous designer looks, including Max Mara, Hermes, Dundas, Versace, Alexandre Vaultier, with jewelry from Roberto Coin. The piece described Beckinsale as a “star but not a diva,” and goes into great detail on her social media usage and how it reflects her real life. Beckinsale posted a majority of the images from the Flaunt article on her social media. The cover shot of her features a Max Mara matching set of beige top and shorts, along with Roberto Coin earrings, bracelets, and rings. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kate Beckinsale (@katebeckinsale) Another image from the shoot shows Beckinsale in a baby pink Versace top and skirt, also accessorized with Roberto Coin earrings, necklaces, and bracelets, was shared on Beckinsale’s personal Instagram … [Read more...] about ICYMI: Good God, We Almost Missed This Flaming Hot Kate Beckinsale Photo Spread
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline North Korean leader Kim Jong Un blamed his own government officials for failing to tackle the country’s surging Covid-19 outbreak and ordered his military to step in as the number of suspected cases surged past 1.2 million in just four days since the outbreak was first reported. Key Facts According to the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the country reported 392,920 new people with “fever” and eight new deaths linked to Covid-19 on Monday. The state media is only reporting the number of cases with fever—one of many symptoms of Covid—as North Korea is believed to lack adequate supplies to carry out large-scale testing. Since the start of the current outbreak, North Korea has reported 50 deaths linked to the virus. At a Politburo meeting of the ruling party on Sunday, Kim blamed the “irresponsible work attitude” of his government and health officials for the country’s botched … [Read more...] about Kim Jong Un Slams ‘Irresponsible’ Government And Health Officials As North Korea’s Covid Outbreak Surges
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline North Korea reported 15 new Covid-19 deaths along with hundreds of thousands of new patients with “fevers,” as the country pledges to mobilize millions of health and other workers to fight its first officially acknowledged coronavirus outbreak. Key Facts According to the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the country reported 296,180 new infections on Sunday, pushing the country’s official case count to 820,620. The staggering surge in new cases has come after North Korea reported its first-ever Covid-19 outbreak on Thursday. Since the start of the current outbreak, North Korea has reported 42 fatalities linked to the coronavirus. The speed of the outbreak has raised concerns of a humanitarian catastrophe in the country as most of its residents are believed to be unvaccinated and its public health system is reportedly in a poor state. To help tackle the outbreak, all … [Read more...] about Covid Rips Through North Korea As 15 More Deaths And Nearly 300,000 New Cases Reported
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The average daily social media usage of Internet users worldwide amounts to 147 minutes per day in 2022, up from 145 minutes in the previous year. Americans currently spend about two hours and three minutes each day on social media. It is often said that time is money, but the question is how much do Americans actually value that time? According to a new survey conducted by Internet service provider (ISP) Frontier.com , 67.2 percent of respondents were paying less than $100 per month for their Internet service, yet, just over half (50.3 percent of respondents) valued it at more than $100 per month. In addition, the survey found that just 5.1 percent of respondents reported that they would be willing to pay for improved targeted ads, while 28.1 percent of respondents claimed they would pay over $50 monthly to remove their social media ads altogether. Improved data privacy (at 61.4 percent) was respondents' most … [Read more...] about What Is The Value Of Going Online And Using Social Media?