"In Central Florida, big box warehouse and distribution tenants represent a range of industries. E-commerce continues to drive a significant portion of demand for industrial space in this market, and we see no slowdown in the coming years," said Bob Krueger, Managing Principal of Brennan Investment Group. "As the market continues to attract larger users of industrial space, we will be ready to accommodate the need." … [Read more...] about Developer breaks ground on speculative industrial property
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Not 'egalitarian' "The ultimate result is the restaurants and reservation companies are padding their pockets at the expense of providing an egalitarian experience for anyone who chooses to come and dine at their restaurant," he writes. Cole points out that the popular restaurants most sought out by reservation-sales sites have no problem filling Saturday prime-time tables. … [Read more...] about Reservation-selling services don’t sit well with all restaurateurs
Even after cruises resume, Virgin Voyages could struggle to attract the kind of affluent young adult travelers it hoped to cater to. Ticket prices for a three to four day trip on Virgin's first ship were set to range from $1,600 to as much as $19,000 — a big ask at any point but especially in the throes of one of the worst economic downturns in US history. … [Read more...] about Will Richard Branson ever be Richard Branson again?
A couple of weeks later, I thought I’ll just call out there to the house to get a progress report because I was concerned about him and I called out there and Jerry answered and that was just two weeks later. I thought, ‘Hmmmm, what’s happened here?’ He decided he was good [with rehab] after two weeks; he was solid after two weeks he felt. We had a much longer conversation then because it was just the two of us and he was regaling stories about people he had met at the center. There was some old man who had known Django Reinhardt, so Garcia loved that because he was a Django fan, hearing these old personal stories about Django Reinhardt and about some kid that he got close to during his two weeks he was there. So, then we started talking about the future and some plans. I just started work with Ornette Coleman at the time and Ornette had sat in with the Dead and Jerry played on I think maybe the latest Ornette Coleman album at the time, so we talked a lot about … [Read more...] about 25 Years Gone: The Day Jerry Garcia Died Remembered by Bill Walton, Bruce Hornsby, Perry Farrell, Warren Haynes
One of the clearest examples of how fear and loyalty have infected the response came in Trump's decision last month to begin formally withdrawing the United States from the World Health Organization. Many government officials hoped the president would not take this drastic step, but none had the courage to try forcefully to persuade him against a withdrawal by explaining that doing so would risk damaging not only the global response to the virus but also the U.S. response. … [Read more...] about A lost summer: How Trump fell short in confronting the virus