How Asia’s airports are changing the way we travel


It’s a fact of life for travelers. Airports can make the journey a stressful and frustrating experience.
Yet airports throughout Asia are making the once-dreaded terminal a destination in its own right thanks to cutting edge technologies and carefully crafted, ultra-modern spaces.

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The Art-Lover’s Guide to Traveling the World

In a world where indulging our passions has become second nature, travel has become more than just an enjoyable getaway, but a means by which to explore interests old and new. Why and where we choose to travel is a choice motivated by a number of factors, each of which varies from person to person. From history and cuisine to discovering the world’s best beaches, these are motivators that come up time and again. But recently, there has been a long overdue shift to traveling for the arts. …

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Kids get a taste of photography

Students get training on how to use the cameras before heading out to take photos. Lisa Boykin Batts | Times

The outdoor photo festival features 100 photographs displayed for 100 days on storefronts along Nash Street. In addition, there are several more indoor and outdoor exhibits this year, including work by the young photographers.

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“Boston Mayor Requests Proposals For Boston Marathon Memorial”

The RFP is open to all arts consultants, artists, architects, landscape architects, historians, scholars or teams with experience in project management, meeting facilitation, design competitions, community engagement, media and marketing campaigns, and museum exhibit design. Experience with public art and those with a background in trauma are encouraged to apply.

The RFP is available here. All questions regarding the RFP are due to the city by April 27. Deadline to submit proposals is June 4. The consultant will be selected in June.