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Destiny USA, Syracuse University partner to promote tourism

Destiny USA, Syracuse University partner to promote tourism

Syracuse, N.Y. — Destiny USA, its onsite Embassy Suites hotel and Syracuse University‘s athletics department have agreed to a three-year deal to jointly market the three sites to visitors to Central New York. Under the partnership, the university will designate the 209-room Embassy Suites hotel in front of the giant ...

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Destiny USA, Syracuse University partner to promote tourism …

Destiny USA, Syracuse University partner to promote tourism ...

Syracuse, N.Y. — Destiny USA, its onsite Embassy Suites hotel and Syracuse University‘s athletics department have agreed to a three-year deal to jointly market the three sites to visitors to Central New York. Under the partnership, the university will designate the 209-room Embassy Suites hotel in front of the giant ...

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Europe’s largest Pacific art show about to open in London

Europe's largest Pacific art show about to open in London

The dynamic relationships between the peoples of the Pacific underpins a major new art exhibition opening in London this month. Oceania will be the largest collection of Pacific art ever on show in Europe. Ahu ula (feather cloak) belonging to Liholoho, Kamehameha II, Early 19th century. Feathers, fibre, painted barkcloth ...

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Michael C. Carlos Museum: Visitors guide

Michael C. Carlos Museum: Visitors guide

By: Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated: Jul 30, 2018 – 12:26 PM “); } if ($(imageDivId).length == 0) { $(“#wrapper”).after(contentText); } })(jQuery); Widely acclaimed as the South’s premier museum of ancient art, the Michael C. Carlos Museum is part of Emory University in Atlanta. Some 17,000 artifacts from ancient ...

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4 facts about a slimy problem invading South Florida beaches

4 facts about a slimy problem invading South Florida beaches

Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 18:11 – A slimy problem is growing on the beaches of South Florida. Thick rafts of a seaweed species known as sargassum have caused resorts to close in the Caribbean, and now they’re piling up on Florida‘s Atlantic beaches in foul-smelling heaps. But what’s behind the ...

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