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  1. Nakheel, le plus important promoteur immobilier sur la planète, construira un théâtre de 1800 places spécialement à l'intention du Cirque du Soleil sur The Palm Jumereirah, un site exceptionnel situé à Dubaï dans les Émirats Arabes. Le Cirque du Soleil et Nakheel ont signé hier une entente de 15 ans qui prévoit que ce spectacle, le premier spectacle permanent du Cirque présenté à l'extérieur des États-Unis, du Japon et de la Chine, prendra l'affiche à l'automne 2010. Soulignons que ce partenariat s'inscrit dans la foulée du succès remporté par Quidam, un spectacle de tournée du Cirque du Soleil qui a été présenté au début 2007 devant plus de 100 000 personnes sous l'immense chapiteau installé au Ibn Batuta Mall. " Dubaï est l'une des villes qui se développent le plus rapidement au monde. Comme toute ville connaissant un tel essor et se voulant une destination internationale du 21e siècle, Dubaï a besoin d'installations culturelles et municipales. Avec plus de 30 hôtels cinq étoiles (plus de 14 000 chambres), The Palm Jumeirah était l'endroit tout indiqué pour accueillir le Cirque du Soleil ", a indiqué le sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, président exécutif de Nakheel. Le président et chef de la direction du Cirque du Soleil, Daniel Lamarre, se réjouit de la signature de cette entente qui permettra à l'entreprise de développer un nouveau marché. " Nous sommes constamment à l'affût de nouveaux marchés pour des spectacles permanents, mais ce n'est pas facile de trouver un endroit où le taux d'achalandage est suffisant " a expliqué M.Lamarre qui se dit confiant que cette nouvelle production saura captiver l'imagination de millions de spectateurs comme c'est le cas avec O, un spectacle permanent présenté à Las Vegas qui a été vu par plus de six millions de personnes en huit ans.
  2. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/smartertravel/10-most-fattening-foods-i_b_5107205.html?ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000063<header style="box-sizing: border-box; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; border: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; font-family: Arial, FreeSans, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 17px;"> You might think that the United States, with its super-sized portions, absurdly high obesity rate, and uniquely American innovations like the Doritos Locos Taco, is home to the world's most fattening foods. But you'd be wrong! Our national dishes have nothing on these artery-clogging bad boys from around the world. Here are 10 of the most decadent foods you'll find in other countries. </header>Acaraje, Brazil You know what's really not great for you? Palm oil. A mere tablespoon of the stuff contains a whopping 7 grams of saturated fat—which is too bad, because saturated fat makes food taste really great. Case in point, Brazil's acaraje: black-eyed peas formed into a ball, deep-fried in palm oil, and then stuffed with vatapa and caruru (spicy pastes made from dried shrimp, ground cashews … and more palm oil). Churros, Spain Forget your boring breakfast of Special K and skim milk. In Spain, a popular way for locals to start the day is with a meal of churros. These fried-dough pastries are dipped in sugar and cinnamon and then—here's the fat kicker—dipped in a thick hot-chocolate drink. Talk about a morning sugar rush! Poutine, Canada On its own, the humble potato is a relatively healthy starch. But in the hands of Canadians, it becomes poutine—French fries smothered in gravy and cheddar-cheese curds. This cheesy dish is so popular that it's even sold at Burger King in Canada, where (according to the chain's nutritional information) the dish contains 740 calories and 41 grams of fat. And that's just the traditional version. There are entire restaurants that solely serve varieties of poutine. Smoke's Poutinerie dishes up Triple Pork Poutine (with chipotle pulled pork, double-smoked bacon, and Italian sausage), Nacho Grande Poutine (with homemade chili, salsa, guacamole, sour cream, and jalapeno peppers), and Bacon Cheeseburger Poutine (with prime ground beef, double-smoked bacon, and cheese sauce). Khachapuri, Georgia Eating off a plate is so boring. What if your food were served up inside a bread boat instead—and what if the bread boat were filled with melted cheese? Georgians have the right idea with their khachapuri. It's a bread bowl that is stuffed with melted cheese and topped with an egg and a large pad of butter! Nutella Crepes, France Just one serving (2 tablespoons) of sweet, chocolaty Nutella spread has 200 calories (110 of which are from fat). And when using a spoon (or a finger) to eat the hazelnut spread straight out of the jar just isn't enough, you'll want to head to France for a Nutella crepe. There, many street carts and restaurants fry up batter in butter and make thin pancake-like pockets in which to deliver your Nutella. Even better, the crepes are usually topped with powdered sugar and sometimes even whipped cream. Aligot, France You know the stereotype that French women don't get fat? We have to wonder how that's possible when a dish like aligot is served up in the country's L'Aubrac region.Aligot is made with mashed potatoes, butter, cream, garlic, and melted cheese, all whipped together into a thick, rich dish. According to calorie-counting websiteFatSecret, 1 tablespoon of aligot contains 6 percent of the recommended daily amount of saturated fat. Deep-Fried Mars Bars, Scotland After you've tried the deep-fried fish and deep-fried potatoes in Scotland, what should you have for dessert? A Mars bar—deep-fried, of course. Who wouldn't love a chocolate bar gone all melty and encased in a satisfyingly crunchy shell of fried dough? Answer: The Mars candy company, which reportedly feels that the deep-fried dessert is not in line with the company's goal of promoting a "healthy, active" lifestyle. Because, you know, nothing says healthy like chocolate candy! Jalebi, India Sure, plain ol' fried dough is unhealthy on its own. But India really steps up the game with jalebi, deep-fried dough that is soaked in a sugary syrup. Funnel cake, you're on notice—a sprinkling of powdered sugar just doesn't cut it anymore. Calzone, Italy Did you know that a traditional calzone uses the same amount of dough as an entire pizza—and that it's meant to serve four people? Or did you, um, think that the whole delicious calzone was all for you? We have the Campania region of Italy to thank for birthing this version of pizza that is even unhealthier than the original. In a calzone, tomatoes, mozzarella, and other traditional pizza toppings are stuffed into an easy-to-eat dough pocket and then served. Ramen, Japan Ramen has exploded in popularity over the last few years—and we don't mean the sad, dehydrated Cup Noodles kind of ramen, either. We're talking about the traditional Japanese soup dish, consisting of noodles in broth, topped with a variety of meats and vegetables. Soup is basically a health food, right? Unfortunately, the broth (often made with beef, lard, and oil) really packs a fat punch, even if the noodles aren't fried. —By Caroline Morse Read the original story: 10 Most Fattening Foods in the World by Caroline Morse, who is a regular contributor to SmarterTravel.
  3. http://www.aircanada.com/en/news/150723.html The following routes being switched from mainline. Looks like we know where Rouge's A321s will be flying. Montreal to: Fort Lauderdale starting December 16, 2016 (mixed with mainline) Tampa starting January 15, 2016 West Palm Beach starting January 15, 2016 Nassau starting January 17, 2016
  4. Il y a deux semaines, Bernard Madoff est entré au Everglades Barber Shop, sur Worth Avenue, à Palm Beach, en Floride, pour le traitement habituel: une coupe de cheveux (65$US), un rasage (40$US), une pédicure (50$US) et une manucure (22$US). Pour en lire plus...