Investment in new spa and wellness projects continues to accelerate across Europe. We have seen major new announcements from leading global operators over the past few months with the pipeline for new projects signifying positive news for industry growth.
By European Spa magazine
Jun 12, 2023 · 9 min read
Saunas have been used in wellness rituals for thousands of years and take many forms. The global sauna market has recently been valued at £96 billion (€111 billion) by Mordor Intelligence and is expected to grow at 6% annually until 2028, showing a renewed interest in sweatbathing worldwide.
By European Spa magazine
Jun 12, 2023 · 2 min read
One Layer Deeper is a look at pop culture from a multicultural and global perspective. We look at movies and TV projects and dig “one layer deeper” to talk about some things you may have missed.
By Culturs -- the Global Multicultural Magazine
May 17, 2023 · 9 min read
National news about “the” real estate market often has little to do with what’s happening in each local and regional housing market and various sectors of commercial property. While inflation, inventory shortages and higher interest rates impact every real estate market across the country, real estate agents in New Jersey can identify exactly what those issues and others mean for their customers, their community, and their business.
By New Jersey Realtor®
May 1, 2023 · 6 min read
“My mum is Mexican, so I am half Latina, and you don’t see brown skin represented in climbing pictures that much. I identify as a feminist and part of the LGBTQ+ community, and it feels really important to me that I uplift my communities,” she says.
By Ellis Brigham Mountain Sports
May 2, 2023 · 6 min read
The Great West Way is a popular area for celebrities to reside in. George Clooney has a mansion in Sonning, Orlando Bloom lived in Henley on Thames where Phillip Schofield is still a resident, Terry Pratchett lived in Wiltshire... there’s just too many to list. What makes the Great West Way even better is our star-studded ties who were born along the way from royalty to internationally acclaimed actors and authors.
By Contista Media
Feb 27, 2023 · 6 min read
Hartford College for Women began as Mount Holyoke in Hartford, a “noble experiment” in 1933. The strength and potential for the college to grow was rooted in the belief that women’s education and an empowering community were the perfect foundation for success. Over the next nine decades, the college grew to be so much more. It became a place that many called home, steeped in traditions and celebrations that are not forgotten.
By University of Hartford
Jan 3, 2023 · 4 min read
A week of high-calibre women’s polo hosted by Port Mayaca Polo Club in Okeechobee, Florida, culminated in the illustrious US Open Women’s Polo Championship presented by Eastern Hay.
By Hurlingham Polo Magazine
May 5, 2023 · 4 min read
Marion Abraham is a painter who investigates inner workings of the self. Embracing a fiercely tangible approach to the medium, Abraham infuses subversive qualities with traditional painting techniques to execute dynamic compositions, focussing on romantic renderings of the body and the landscape. Guided by feminist instinct and a dark sense of humour, she melds quixotic and escapist notions, familiar clichés and suggestive language with the muddiness of the natural world. Through these thematic touchstones, she navigates ideas of the soul, reimagines power structures and centres the valorising of care.
Apr 26, 2023 · 2 min read
When it comes to my home water, Österdalälven, it’s mostly known for its large population of grayling, which, as we all know, is a great fish to chase with the fly rod. Also, they are quite willing to rise to a well-presented dry fly, which most fly fishers appreciate. The excellent grayling fishing has pushed the trout a bit in the background. The trout population has been under pressure by a big dam and timber rafting. However, they have survived, and the population has grown strong and offers high-quality fishing.
By In the Loop Fly Fishing Magazine
Mar 17, 2023 · 10 min read