A Day Exploring Andean Culture at the Museum and FAU Andean Connections: Culture and Nature through TimeSaturday, January 22, 2022 / 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Students (with ID): FREEMembers: $10Non-Members: $20 Explore the many facets Andean culture with the Boca Raton Museum of Art and Florida Atlantic University during this one-day symposium. Begin your day at the Museum with a cup of coffee and … Continue reading Join us Saturday for a day exploring Andean culture
#NewYearBlueYear Challenge Make 2022 Your Bluest Year Yet and participate in Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s #NewYearBlueYear Challenge! They say it takes 21 days to create a habit, and LMC is challenging you to turn your habits blue this year! Each month, LMC will be posting a challenge to help participants get rid of disposable plastic items commonly used in everyday life. As one of your resolutions … Continue reading Make Your #NewYearBlueYear Resolution Here!
Dear Friends and Partners, After nearly 20 months, the United States officially reopened its borders on November 8 to fully vaccinated travelers from 33 countries including China, Brazil, India, the United Kingdom and much of Europe. International travelers can now enter the US without needing to quarantine, provided they have proof of vaccination and a negative viral test. Please continue to refer to the CDC website for … Continue reading NYC & Company Update for Meeting and Event Professionals
Eau-lympia Returned To The Wild! Eau-lympia, a sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle, was found floating in a marina in Stuart, Florida on May 24, 2021. Upon arrival, Eau-lympia was underweight and in poor health due to chronic debilitation. After three months of treatment and care, Eau-lympia made a full recovery and was released back into her ocean home. Eau-lympia is named for Eau Palm Beach Resort … Continue reading Watch Eau-lympia Return Home!
Dear Tourism Partners, Summer is here, and the energy and activity that defines New York City has returned. It includes a season of exciting new programming at The Met, which we are delighted to share. From paintings and sculpture to medals and carved gemstones, The Medici: Portraits and Politics, 1512–1570 explores a crucial and vibrant period in Italian art. The many standout works on view come from … Continue reading Tourism at The Met: Summer 2021
Nominations Now Open for LMC’s Ocean Conservation Awards Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) is now accepting nominations for the prestigious and thirteenth annual Go Blue Awards. The hybrid event will take place on Friday, October 22, 2021, in LMC’s new event space and online. This year’s keynote speaker is the world-renowned, Dr. Sylvia Earle, who is the President and Chairman of Mission Blue and The Sylvia … Continue reading Go Blue for the Planet
Today’s Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo flight from Spaceport America in New Mexico marks the 400th launch that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has licensed. This achievement is made possible by the U.S. commercial space industry’s ingenuity and the FAA’s commitment to public safety. FAA licensing is a critical step in protecting public safety during commercial spaceoperations. An FAA license is required to conduct any commercial space launch or reentry, the operation of … Continue reading FAA Milestone: 400 Licensed Commercial Space Launches and Counting
Bradley International Airport Recognized in USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards Named a top ten “Best Small Airport” in the nation USA Today has named Bradley International Airport a winner in its 2021 10Best Readers’ Choice travel awards in the “Best Small Airport” category. Bradley International Airport placed seventh out of fifteen airports that were selected by industry experts as the best across the nation. … Continue reading Connecticut Airport Authority News
Dear Friends and Partners, With spring officially upon us, there is growing cause for optimism in New York City. Vaccinations in New York State (many given at the Javits Center) are now open to everyone age 16 and up (hospitality workers, including public-facing hotel and restaurant employees, were given priority in an earlier tier to help the industry recover), indoor dining has extended to 50 percent capacity at … Continue reading NYC & Company Update for Meeting and Event Professionals
Dear Tourism Partners, We invite you to welcome spring at The Met and experience the newness of the season through art. One sign of resilience and renewal can be found on the Museum’s historic exterior, which has been newly activated by four commanding yet playful sculptures. The Facade Commission: Carol Bove, The séances aren’t helping marks The Met’s second sculpture installation along Fifth Avenue. Comprised of sandblasted … Continue reading Tourism Update from The Met