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Coachella, Stagecoach Canceled this Year Over Virus Concerns
Queer Nightlife Rallies in the Age of COVID-19
John Wayne's Name on California Airport Faces New Scrutiny

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Queer Nightlife Rallies in the Age of COVID-19

Coachella, Stagecoach Canceled this Year Over Virus Concerns

By Matthew Wexler |
"Anytime we get together as a community, it allows us to celebrate ourselves in safety with others," says DJ Nina Flowers. "I believe that space is still needed.&quo...

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Puerto Vallarta Reopens with Health and Safety Protocols in Place

Puerto Vallarta Reopens with Health and Safety Protocols in Place

Jul 2
The first visitors to arrive in Puerto Vallarta since the reopening of its hotels and beaches last week found a destination engrossed in health and safety protocols to meet the realities of a world of COVID-19.

Tourism to Latin America Hammered by COVID

Tourism to Latin America Hammered by COVID

By Joshua Goodman | Jul 2
With the coronavirus keeping Americans at home during the summer, countries south of the U.S. border are bracing for an economic reckoning from a decline in tourism.

Mexico's Legacy Airline Aeromexico Files for Bankruptcy

Mexico's Legacy Airline Aeromexico Files for Bankruptcy

Jul 1
Mexico's oldest legacy airline, Aeromexico, said Tuesday it has filed for Chapter 11 reorganization, a form of bankruptcy in which the carrier can keep operating while its debts and obligations are sorted out.

Fauci, CDC Chief Raise Concerns About Full Airline Flights

Fauci, CDC Chief Raise Concerns About Full Airline Flights

By David Koenig, Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Jul 1
"Obviously that is something that is of concern. I'm not sure what went into that decision making," Dr. Anthony Fauci told a Senate panel. "I think in the confines of an airplane that becomes even more problematic."

Queer Nightlife Rallies in the Age of COVID-19

Queer Nightlife Rallies in the Age of COVID-19

By Matthew Wexler | Jun 30
"Anytime we get together as a community, it allows us to celebrate ourselves in safety with others," says DJ Nina Flowers. "I believe that space is still needed."

How Risky is Flying During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

How Risky is Flying During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Jun 30
Flying can increase your risk of exposure to infection, but airlines are taking some precautions and you can too.

John Wayne's Name on California Airport Faces New Scrutiny

John Wayne's Name on California Airport Faces New Scrutiny

By Amy Taxin | Jun 30
In the latest move to change U.S. place names tied to racist groups and ideas, leaders of Orange County's Democratic Party are pushing to drop film legend John Wayne's name from the county's airport because of his racist and bigoted comments.

Moroccans Swim, Sing, Reconnect as Lockdown Lifts

Moroccans Swim, Sing, Reconnect as Lockdown Lifts

Jun 29
Moroccans are re-experiencing a taste of the life before. In newly opened public spaces, every sip of coffee in a cafe, every dip in a river with friends, every moment of outdoor intimacy is savored.

Airlines Want Flyers To Feel Safe, But COVID Policies Add Turbulence

Airlines Want Flyers To Feel Safe, But COVID Policies Add Turbulence

By Victoria Knight | Jun 26
As consumers consider traveling again, they discover the public health guidelines in place for flying often are a messy patchwork of precautions that lack the teeth to protect passengers.

Disney Changing Splash Mountain, Ride Tied to Jim Crow Film

Disney Changing Splash Mountain, Ride Tied to Jim Crow Film

By Mike Scheider | Jun 25
Amid calls to change the Splash Mountain theme park ride because of its ties with "Song of the South," the 1946 movie many view as racist, Disney officials said it was recasting the ride to make it based on "The Princess and the Frog."

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