In the near-equatorial city, it’s a warm and sticky evening—spritz weather. So my first stop is Caffe Fernet, a venue its proprietor calls an indoor-outdoor Italian Balthazar, which is right on. I sipped a Campari-manzanilla spritz on the harborfront, with a front-row view of the nightly light show at Marina Bay Sands, the most striking mega-hotel on the city’s already-distinctive skyline. Read more
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They’re a waste of time. And when you aren’t the most punctual person — me — a long line can be the difference between casually sipping white wine in the airport lounge and sprinting to your gate only to find all the overhead compartments are already filled and you’ll need to check your perfectly packed carry-on suitcase. Read more
The future of the world’s coral reefs is uncertain, as the impact of global heating continues to escalate. However, according to a study published today (December 11) in Nature Climate Change, the response of the Great Barrier Reef to extreme temperatures in 2017 was markedly different to one year earlier, following two back-to-back bouts of coral bleaching. Remarkably, corals that bleached and survived 2016 were more resistant in 2017 to a recurrence of hot conditions. Read more
Practical or luxe, quirky or classic, these Unique gifts will send just the right message to the people you are oh-so grateful for this year. Or maybe you deserve to buy yourself one of these great items. Read more
DEMA Activates Disaster Assistance Program to Aid Show Exhibitors and Buyers Impacted by Hurricane Michael0
Funds Available to Assist DEMA Member Exhibitors and Buyers of DEMA Show 2018
The Diving Equipment & Marketing Association (DEMA) announced on October 16, 2018 that the DEMA Executive Committee has approved the activation of the Disaster Assistance Program to assist DEMA-Member Show Exhibitors and Buyers impacted by Hurricane Michael. Read more
To that end, we do have some advice and tips that are proven to drive interaction and sales: Read more
Sharks actually deserve respect. Despite their scary reputation, sharks rarely ever attack humans and would much rather feed on fish and marine mammals. Read more