Shilpa Shetty skips Super Dancer Chapter 4 shoot after Raj Kundra’s arrest – India Today

Shilpa Shetty skips Super Dancer Chapter 4 shoot after Raj Kundra’s arrest  India Today…

What’s Trending in Aerospace – July 18, 2021 – Aviation Today

Check out the July 18 edition of What’s Trending in Aerospace, where editors and contributors for Avionics International bring you some of the latest headlines and updates happening across the global aerospace industry. Commercial  Delta Adds Airbus, Boeing Aircraft to Fleet Amid Travel Demand Recovery Delta has entered into agreements to add 29 used Boeing 737-900ERs and lease seven used Airbus A350-900s as it continues to modernize its fleet, according…

Don Martin, dance teacher and keeper of Lester Horton’s legacy, dies at 90

Donald “Don” Martin, a choreographer and teacher who preserved the legacy of modern dance icon Lester Horton, died July 4 at his home in West Hollywood after suffering complications from lung disease. He was 90. The death was confirmed by his cousin Dr. Vicki Hughes. In the 1950s, Martin performed with the Lester Horton Dance Theater in L.A. and was an original member of Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Theater, performing…

Gogo in-flight internet has been renamed Intelsat

The next time you’re on a plane, searching for a Wi-Fi connection while soaring thousands of feet above the ground, don’t look for the Gogo name. The longstanding standard of in-flight internet, Gogo Commercial Aviation, has been rebranded to Intelsat. Intelsat, an international satellite communications provider, purchased Gogo Commercial Aviation in December 2020. It was a cash deal valued at $400 million. Gogo still exists and focuses on business aviation…

E-gogo Kickstarts Partnership with Hong Kong Trade Development Council to Help Companies Expand Into Indonesia

HONG KONG, July 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — E-gogo Holdings Limited (“E-gogo”), a leading e-commerce enabler, has announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (“HKTDC”) to help Hong Kong companies enter the Indonesian market via e-commerce channels. The MOU, which includes a six-month trial programme that started in July 2021, entails both parties helping participating Hong Kong companies launch selected products…

Business Jet Market Size Forecast 2028 | Increasing Installation of Gogo Avance L5 for In-flight Connectivity to Aid Growth, says Fortune Business Insights™

Pune, India, July 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global business jet market size is set to gain impetus from the increasing demand for in-flight 4G & 5G networks in cabin interiors. Hence, several business jet operators are striving to procure Gogo Avance L5, a provider of excellent 4G inflight experience. In April 2021, for instance, Duncan Aviation announced that it is planning to install the 250th Gogo Avance L5…

Waiting for Godot or is it Blinken?

OKAY, Blinken is the last name of the current US Secretary of State appointed by the new occupant of the White House, President Joe Biden. In the Samuel Beckett play “Waiting for Godot,” the two main characters, Vladimir (Didi) and Estragon (Gogo), were the anticipants. There has been speculation as to who Godot really is, or is he just a symbol of something religious, philosophical, psychological or visceral? Yet the…

Knott wants to break 23-second mark in the Olympics

MANILA, Philippines — Filipina sprint queen Kristina Knott wants to rewrite the country’s record books anew when she competes in the Tokyo Olympic Games. Knott, 25, qualified for the Games through the universality rule and will compete in her pet event, the 200-meters. “I’m excited to just really tailor my training and focus on the 200,” said Knott during an appearance on “Power and Play” on Saturday. Knott holds the…

Obituaries June 24, 2021 – Pacific Daily News

Obituaries June 24, 2021  Pacific Daily News…

Ready, Set, Eat: Food-A-Go-Go’s Restaurant Week Starts April 5

G et out those stretchy pants—the first-ever Food-A-Go-Go Restaurant Week is coming April 5 to 12. Restaurants across Hawai‘i are featuring special dishes or prix fixe menus and donating auction items for two reasons: to support local eateries and raise money for agricultural education in our public schools. The whole thing is being organized by the Hawai‘i Agricultural Foundation, which introduces farming to elementary school kids and aquaponics to middle…