Historic Cape Eleuthera Resort & Marina



In the early 1970’s Powell Pointe, at the very tip of Cape Eleuthera peninsula, was a favoured playground of the Kennedy’s, boasting its own 6,500 ft-long airstrip that could facilitate them flying directly to and from New York. There was a championship golf course designed by Robert Von Haggee and Bruce Devlin, that rivaled Pebble Beach. And Billy Jean King was the visiting tennis pro.

Conceived and developed by Juan Trippe, founder of Pan Am, Cape Eleuthera Resort always had a whiff of Citizen Kane’s megalomaniac Xanadu about it. The size alone was extraordinary — 4,500 acres comprising almost the whole of the peninsula as far inland as Deep Creek, with more than 16 miles of shoreline.

When Trippe and his business partner, the Florida-based real estate firm GAC, unveiled the project in 1971 it consisted of an airport, golf course, marina and 60 villa units, but with infrastructure for another 1,500 residential lots.

GAC went bankrupt, Trippe died in 1981 and Cape Eleuthera Resort fell into the hands of a Saudi developer. Two years later it was abandoned, and Powell Pointe returned to scrub.

But with such a glittering legacy Cape Eleuthera wasn’t going to stay out of the spotlight for long. Today there is a brand new marina with 55 slips and capacity for 145 more, and a 450-ft dock wall, which is the largest on the island.

Lining the marina are 19 two-storey, two-bedroom town homes with high-end finishes, fixtures and appliances. The effect is elegant rather than opulent, although a touch of luxury is provided by the location. Each town home offers a view both of sunrise — from the guest bedroom, over the shallow, dappled waters of Rock Sound — and the sunset, from the master bedroom, over the deeper, greener waters that stretch towards Exuma.

For more information on Cape Eleuthera Resort & Marina, please visit our website …
http://www.capeeleuthera.com

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HARD ROCK CAFE LOCATED IN THE HEART OF HISTORIC DISTRICT OF DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE



NEW LOOK. NEW VIBE | HARD ROCK CAFE NASHVILLE

Music City, U.S.A, now where could there possibly be a better place for a Hard Rock Cafe? From Johnny Cash, Chet Atkins, Charlie Daniels, Vince Gil, Dolly Parton to Keith Urban, Reba, Carrie Underwood to Paramore and Kings of Leon, all part of Nashville’s unique musical history. The Nashville Cafe has been rockin’ Music City since 1994! Newly revamped in December 2009, Hard Rock Cafe Nashville contends as one of the city’s premier dining and entertainment destinations. The remodeled Cafe has more than 12,920 square feet of space, including a 378-seat restaurant, open air terrace, Rock Shop and a state-of-the-art live concert venue. Jimi Hendrix said it best “That’s where I learned to play really…Nashville.”

Located in the heart of the historic ‘District’ of downtown Nashville at the foot of Riverfront Park, Hard Rock Cafe Nashville is the perfect venue for any event! It is within walking distance of the Nashville Convention Center, Historic Ryman Auditorium, Country Music Hall of fame, Bridgestone Arena and LP Field. If the charm of the honky-tonks, and the Grand Ole Opry aren’t your style, “Nash-Vegas” has many other claims to fame. Being that the city is the financial and insurance center of the South, the “Athens of the South” with several acclaimed schools (and its own replica of the Parthenon), a major sports center with the Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators both at home, plus the State capital since 1843. And at the Hard Rock Cafe Nashville, the good-times tradition continues. Housed in the site of Nashville’s first brothel, our building stretches half a block long, and the outdoor “Ledge” has plenty of room for you and all your rowdy friends! Hard Rock Cafe Nashville has been revamped to preserve the legacy of the existing location while integrating technology and other elements to create a new look and vibe that rocks downtown!

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Taste NY: Seafood from the Empire State



New York’s many lakes, rivers, and streams—as well as Long Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean—are home to a vast array of fish and seafood. In this video from The Culinary Institute of America, the CIA’s Chef Bill introduces you to the many different species of fish that swim in New York State waters. He’ll show you what to look for so that you’re sure the fish you buy is at its freshest, explain what an anadromous fish is, and tell you about the official state fish.

Learn more at: http://www.ciachef.edu
CIA Degree and Certificate programs: http://www.ciachef.edu/academics
CIA Restaurants: http://www.ciarestaurantgroup.com

Founded in 1946, The Culinary Institute of America is the world’s premier culinary college. Dedicated to driving leadership development for the foodservice and hospitality industry, the independent, not-for-profit CIA offers associate degrees in culinary arts and baking and pastry arts; bachelor’s degree majors in management, culinary science, and applied food studies; and executive education through its Food Business School. Its conferences and consulting services have made the CIA the think tank of the food industry in the areas of health & wellness, sustainability, world cuisines & cultures, and professional excellence & innovation. The college also offers certificate programs and courses for professionals and enthusiasts. Its worldwide network of 48,000 alumni includes leaders in every area of foodservice and hospitality. The CIA has campuses in New York, California, Texas, and Singapore.

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Chartered Institute of Arbitrators NY Branch — UNCITRAL Conference Session 2



October 21, 2015

A joint conference with UNCITRAL addressing the upcoming Guide to the New York Convention and other contemporary topics regarding the Convention. This conference is given in celebration of the Institute’s Centenary.

The Conference was introduced by Peter L. Michaelson, Chair of the New York Branch of the Chartered Institute with comments immediately thereafter by Charles Brown, President of the Chartered Institute. Following Mr. Brown’s comments, the substantive session began with each panel being introduced in turn by Thomas Halket, Vice Chair of the Branch.

The Conference occurred across two video-linked venues: in New York City at The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and in Vienna at the Vienna International Arbitration Center (VIAC).

Session 2 — Enforcement of Awards:
Have contracting states been true to the letter
and spirit of Article V of the Convention

Panelists: Dr. Yas Banifatemi, Shearman & Sterling LLP
Prof. George A. Bermann, Columbia Law School
Ina C. Popova, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP (moderator)

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TOUCHING OLDEST BUILDING IN IRELAND!



Hope you enjoy it’s something different! Won’t happen often.

The White House is over 400 years and has now been restored.
But who really cares?

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Green Door Tavern, Chicago, Illinois – Bucket List Bars



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The Green Door Tavern is an the original speakeasy found in Chicago, Ill. The speak easy is still downstairs and can be rented out. They feature an extensive menu of bar grub and some great mixed drinks from prohibition-era. A great place to watch the game or just explore Chicago’s past.

All video footage is original and copyright AO Media LLC. Still images public domain or wikipedia.org. All music courtesy Incompetech.com

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THE EDISON: Best Bar Food Ever? – Why Would You Eat There?



Hidden in the basements of Downtown Los Angeles, in an old private power plant, with a fancy dress code and male and female burlesque dancers, live music, and acrobatics is THE EDISON. This eclectically designed haven is beautiful, but how is the food? SUBSCRIBE : http://goo.gl/fWuRmN

WHAT? Where’s the first half? WHAT IS THIS PLACE?! WHEre ARE WEEEEEE?????? CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xyhzjoZZ4I

An Industrial Cathedral built within the depths of the Los Angeles’ first private power plant. The Edison brings you legendary Nightlife with Classic Cabaret, unique bands and an Era of Exuberance and Imagination. Lose yourself within this vaulting lounge situated deep beneath Historic Downtown Los Angeles. Designed by Andrew Meieran, The Edison offers one of the world’s most unique spaces in which to enjoy Hand Crafted Cocktails and fine food while you Imagine the Possibilities! Awarded Best Decor in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 by Zagat and voted Best Bar and Lounge, Happy Hour and Nightclub by the the LA Downtown News, and one of the world’s top 20 bars by Esquire and Conde Naste and the Los Angeles Times for three years in a row, The Edison represents a must see attraction for those in search of an era of Glamor, Intrigue and Fantasy.

Have you ever been to The Edison? Does is seem cool to you? Will you put it on your “if I ever run away and end up a street urchin in LA, I will try to sneak into the Edison” list of to-do’s? Is there somewhere around you that you’d like to check out?

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Claudio’s Is Considered Oldest Continuously Run Family Restaurant In The Nation



This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal takes you on a weekend getaway to Greenport, Long Island. Join Toni as she shucks oysters, gets hoppy on local craft brew, dives in on lobster mac and cheese, goes nuts for Nutella frosting, takes a pit stop at an award-winning food truck, and tries a cocktail with tons of heat. Plus, explore a lighthouse with lingering spirits, cruise on a ‘green’ boat and grab the golden ring on a vintage carousel.

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