Hawaii governer David Ige has announced on Twitter that starting on Nov. 1, Hawaii will welcome back both essential and non-essential tourists. Due to the state's uptick in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in late August, Ige made the request for non-essential travelers to stay away. That severely hurt Hawaii's tourism industry, as it saw millions lost in revenue. Meanwhile, Hawaii's "Safe Travel" plans will continue to remain in place.
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In 2018, a piece by British street artist Banksy, "Girl With Balloon," sold for $1.4 million. A minute after the gravel hit the podium, the piece went through a built-in shredder in the victorian frame, creating an entirely new piece called "Love in the Bin." The self-shredded piece is now up for auction, and estimates say it could go from anywhere between $5 million to $8 million.
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Legendary stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle saw his sixth Netflix special, "The Closer," released. However, despite the high ratings, it also brought along a PR nightmare. The LGBTQ community heavily criticized many of Chappelle's jokes, which were taken as transphobic. In response to this, three Netflix employees — one being transgender — stormed into a high-level company meeting and were suspended shortly after.
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If you think you jumped through time after seeing boatloads of Black Friday deals, you're not crazy. Major companies such as Amazon, Best Buy, and Target have announced Black Friday sales that are starting in October. There are a number of reasons companies are pushing up their sales, from consumer preferences to the ongoing supply chain difficulties that could cause inflation and product shortages.
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After 19 months of restricted traveling, the U.S. will be initiating a two-phase process that will allow nonessential travelers to enter in from the Canadian and Mexican borders. Beginning in November, nonessential travelers must be fully vaccinated, while essential travelers can remain unvaccinated. However, beginning in January, all travelers, regardless of essential status, must be fully vaccinated.
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On Wednesday evening local time, a Danish man killed five people and injured two with a bow and arrows in Kongsberg, Norway. Norway's security service (PST) stated the attacks, which are the deadliest Norway has seen since 2011, appear to be "acts of terrorism." The man has since been arrested and is cooperative with authorities, while admitting to the killings in detail. The attacked shocked the small town of 26,000, leaving a depressing and somber feeling.
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Women in business is always something that should be celebrated, which is why Christina Casile takes such pride in her company Design 710, which provides services that help new investors break into the cannabis industry.
In the world of 21st century medicine, gene - based medicines and vaccines (AKA gene therapy) is thought to be the future, and physicians like William Kelley are among those who were involved at the beginning of this new field of medicine which is now revolutionizing the way we prevent, cure and/or treat many human diseases.