Month: September 2021

Justin Timberlake Is About to Open Nashville’s Hottest New Restaurant

Justin Timberlake has teamed up with 12-time James Beard Award nominee Sam Fox to open the new, must-visit Supper Club — which debuts in Nashville on Sept. 28. The Supper Club is the final piece of the 400-seat, three-story, multi-concept Twelve Thirty Club to open.

The Supper Club Balcony with View at The Twelve Thirty Club in Nashville

The Supper Club Balcony with View at The Twelve Thirty Club in Nashville

Seth Parker/Courtesy of The Twelve Thirty Club

The Twelve Thirty Club takes up an entire Nashville city block of Upper Broadway. Timberlake and Fox sought to incorporate Nashville’s artistic energy into this club, which explores the elevated world of food and music with three different venues under one roof. Each level offers a completely different atmosphere. On the first floor of Twelve Thirty Club, guests will find the already open Honky Tonk, a live music venue hosting some of the best up-and-coming talent in Nashville. Honky Tonk is serving new American plates

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5 voyages where you can take it all off

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Exploration at sea includes naked bodies — if you book a nudist cruise. These sailings are advertised as an opportunity to let it all hang out – or not. Clothing-optional sailings don’t require you to be completely naked. It’s your choice whether to cover up.

The sailings do include all sorts of rules. You must be clothed in the dining rooms, for instance.

Do not expect a ship full of bodies beautiful. Nude sailings are for adults of all ages, shapes, and sizes.

Nude cruises are not about sex, they are about body acceptance. So, don’t confuse clothing-optional cruises with couples-only swinger’s cruises, which typically are clothing optional.

Who to book with

The Big Kahuna of nude cruises

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If You’re Unvaccinated, You’ll Be Banned From These Destinations in 2 Weeks

The continued spread of the Delta variant has managed to erase months of progress by causing COVID-19 to surge again—especially among the unvaccinated. Of course, large gatherings make transmission even more likely, which is why some public health departments have enacted regulations that limit the size of crowds or require that anyone in attendance has received their shots. The latest example of this is in Los Angeles, where unvaccinated people will be banned from visiting popular amusement parks, including Six Flags Magic Mountain and Universal Studios Hollywood, when new regulations go into effect early next month.

RELATED: Unvaccinated People Are Banned From This as of Oct. 1, Homeland Security Says.

As of Oct. 7, new protocols will go into effect in Los Angeles County that will require any visitors to theme parks to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test from within the previous 72 hours

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European Shares Rise on Evergrande Relief, Ahead of Fed Meeting | Investing News

By Sruthi Shankar and Shreyashi Sanyal

(Reuters) -European stocks rose on Wednesday after debt-laden developer China Evergrande said it would make some interest payments, while investors awaited a signal from the U.S. Federal Reserve on how and when it will rein in its massive stimulus.

Evergrande’s Frankfurt-listed shares jumped 41.0% after hitting multi-year lows in the previous session.

The property developer said it would make a coupon payment on its domestic bonds, offering relief to investors worried about payments default following financial troubles.

“It’s been another positive session for European stocks, as concerns about fallout from Evergrande continue to diminish, after this morning’s agreement on some of its domestic bond coupons,” said Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets.

“Despite this little wrinkle, markets appear to be working on the assumption that the problem has been contained, let’s hope they are right.”

The travel & leisure index rose 2.5%

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