10 New Fashion Designers to Watch 2022 – Best Up and Coming Brands in Fashion to Watch – Town & Country

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Amidst the high-profile glamour of fashion week, new talents come on the scene to show their collections for the first time. We are always excited to see what these fresh perspectives bring to the table—part of the fun of fashion is that it is constantly evolving. We have our eye on designers who not only make amazing clothes but are focusing on local craft, new techniques, and are pushing the boundaries of sustainability. Below, 10 designers who should be on your radar this season


Your Next American Airlines Flight Could Be a Bus Ride – Travel Market Report

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Your next flight could be a bus ride.
American Airlines has collaborated with bus company Landline to connect passengers between Philadelphia and two other local airports starting on June 3.
American says the connections, which go to Lehigh Valley Airport (ABE) and Atlantic City International Airport (ACY), will be a “time-saver” for its passengers.
“Our partnership with Landline is one more way we’re making it easy for customers to connect to American’s premier trans-Atlantic gateway in Philadelphia,” said Brian Znotins, American’s Vice President of Network Planning.
“Customers can start and end their journey at their local airport, relax on a comfortable Landline vehicle, and leave the driving to someone else while they work or start their vacation early. From road to runway, we’re excited to welcome customers on board.”
The partnership allows guests to arrive at Lehigh or Atlantic City, check in with American and clear security, an easier task at smaller, regional airports. Then, just as guests would board their flights, they would board a Landline bus and head to Philadelphia.
The positive for guests is that they will not have to go through security again in Philadelphia; instead, they would head directly to their connecting flight.
The same process would occur on the way—heading home, passengers would board a Landline vehicle in Philadelphia after their flight and head to their local airport.
Aside from the obvious, the bus ride would operate much like another leg of a connecting flight—American will transfer checked bags from the bus to the aircraft and vice versa, AAdvantage members will be able to earn miles and points when traveling on the Landline buses, and WiFi and power will be available in-seat during the bus ride.
Landline markets itself as “the airport of the future” with an aim to make travel “more affordable, efficient, and sustainable by creating a seamless travel system.” The aim is, it says, to “bring the airport to you.”
Aside from the new Philadelphia routes, Landline also operates in Colorado with United Airlines and in Minnesota and Wisconsin with Sun Country Airlines.
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Bollywood actor Imran Khan keeps getting mistaken for politician Imran Khan – images.dawn.com

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He shared on Instagram that he’s going to start drafting some policy outlines so we guess he’s decided to embrace it!
PTI chairman Imran Khan is a popular man; he didn’t just become 1 of the most followed world leaders on Twitter for nothing!
Just ask his namesake, Bollywood actor Imran Khan who keeps getting emails meant for the future Pakistan PM. He shared a screenshot of an email he received clearly meant for Khan sahib:


Players compete at national paintball tournament in Oroville – Chico Enterprise-Record

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OROVILLE –  “Guy on the tube! Guy on the tube!” a paintball player said aloud from afar.
“He’s in the hole!” their team member said.
Balls of paint whizzed by from all directions as players from 14 teams across the U.S. competed for the World Class Paintball League tournament on Saturday at the Combat Zone Paintball Park in Oroville.
In a preliminary round, paintball team Black Sunday eliminated all members of team West Coast Sharks II.
“Tequila!” said a member of Black Sunday when they were safe.
James Strutton, co-owner of Combat Zone, said teams that compete at paintball tournaments have to practice communicating in order to win.

Members of paintball team Black Sunday rest during an intermission Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022 for the World Classic Paint Ball League tournament in Oroville, California. (Michael Weber/Enterprise-Record)

A view of Combat Zone Paint Ball Park Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022 during their inagural World Classic Paintball League tournament in Oroville, California. (Michael Weber/Enterprise-Record)

Members of paintball team West Coast Sharks II disperse into the field Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022 during a World Classic Paintball League torunament in Oroville, California. (Michael Weber/Enterprise-Record)

A view of Combat Zone Paint Ball Park Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022 during their inagural World Classic Paintball League tournament in Oroville, California. (Michael Weber/Enterprise-Record)

A wooden barricated covered in pink paint is seen Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022 after several paintball games at Combat Zone Paint Ball Park in Oroville, California. (Michael Weber/Enterprise-Record)

“Pretty much every team has their own keywords or codewords they’re screaming at each other across the fields to identify different pieces or let you know they’ve got somebody down,” Strutton said.
The fields at Combat Zone Paintball Parks use large obstacles to separate the field. Broken vehicles served as coverings and large sewage tubes were used as a bridge.
“Communication is huge out here. If you don’t know what’s going on on the field. even in places you can’t see, your team is probably going to lose,” Referee Thomas Roberts said.
The World Class Paintball League tournament had 14 teams compete for a money prize over two days in a capture-the-flag scenario. Strutton said some of the teams have more than 400 years of combined experience.
“We’ve got teams as far away as New York and Philadelphia; we’ve got someone from Hawaii, we’ve got teams from Nor-cal and So-cal,” Combat Zone Co-owner Jake Kreulen said. “Paintball’s been around for about 40 years and we have some of the most important, influential people from the sport’s history here.”
Glenn Palmer, who invented the semi-automatic paintball marker, showed up at the tournament to watch players compete. Paintball guns, known as markers, used to be manual only with pump-action.
“I was a gunsmith and everyone else was tinkering,” Palmer said. “I’m out just to visit. A lot of these people I haven’t seen in over 20 years.”
Fred Schultz is the tournament organizer for World Classic Paintball League Promoter in California. Schultz was a professional paintballer for 12 years and host of an ESPN show “Paintball USA” in the 90s.
“I was one of the first to travel all over the world with teams,” Schultz said. “I’ve played all over the U.S., France, Germany, England, Thailand.”
Players and their families had set up their tents, recreational vehicles, tables and barbecues outside the paintball park to enjoy the time between games.
“It’s all love. It’s really about making the family and creating places for people to be comfortable,” Strutton said. “We’ve got a lot of people that end up in this that are outcasts. They come here and we’ll take them in.”
Kreulen said anyone can play paintball including people he knows are 75 years old who play and kids who are six, seven years old play low-impact paintball.
“If you need exercise, it’s a great way to blow off some steam. A lot of people think it’s a violent sport but it’s absolutely not — it’s just so much fun,” Kreulen said. “And the camaraderie is second to none.”
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Roman Reigns wins iconic brawl over Brock Lesnar to remain Undisputed Champion – dazn.com

A blockbuster main event for the ages.
WWE's next premium live event occurred on Saturday as Summerslam took place at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
Fans criticized WWE for making the main event featuring Undisputed Universal Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar in a Last Man Standing match. It was going to be the third time they met since October 2021, with Reigns winning the first two. People wanted to see fresh matchups.

Rousey controlled the entire match, working for the armbar and Morgan finding a way to escape.  

The former UFC women's bantamweight champion locked in a triangle armbar. The referee looking at the shoulders of Rousey, counted to three. What he didn't see was Morgan tapped out before the three count. 

Rousey was upset and put the armbar once again on Morgan. Then after WWE officials pulled her off, Rousey gave the referee an armbar for good measure.