Good Morning! It’s Fall and Friday!
Hurricane Irma kills 10, may hit Florida Sunday as Category 4
Senate Passes Bill on Storm Aid, Debt Limit and Government Spending
China agrees U.N. action, and talk, needed to end North Korea crisis
Irma on Collision Course With Miami After Wrecking Caribbean
Florida governor: Hurricane Irma ‘much worse’ than Andrew
Senate approves initial aid to Harvey victims after Trump’s deal with Democrats
Senate approves Trump’s debt deal with Democrats
Key conservatives oppose Trump debt ceiling deal
Hurricane Irma, a Debt Deal and Disney Cause Wall Street Waves
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.10%, the S&P 500 declined 0.02%, and the Nasdaq added 0.07%.
UPDATE 6-Oil mixed as Irma disruptions cast shadow over post-Harvey recovery
Disney, Comcast Shares Fall on Disappointing Forecasts
Amazon plans to build another US headquarters that’s ‘equal’ in size to its Seattle campus
Honolulu’s Waiea Tower Makes Waves, Lists Grand Penthouses For $36 Million and $35 Million
YOUR WEEKEND PLANNER
YOUR WEEKEND MEAL
Fall Weekend on Tybee Island, Georgia
There’s never a bad time to visit Savannah, Georgia, and if you head just 30 minutes east to the shore, you’ll find the secret treasure that is Tybee Island. If you’re lucky enough to be on the Island in October, you should experience the annual Pirate Fest when the island transforms into a pirate village.
MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF EVIL – FOR HALLOWEEN OF COURSE
“This concept came to me as an ode to the overgrown mansion of Miss Havisham in the classic Great Expectations… but could appropriately also be attributed to Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil – a perfect Halloween theme, don’t you agree?”
LVMH IS OPENING A $70 MILLION THEME PARK IN PARIS
Well, forget the cartoon mice for a second. The latest theme park is all about adults indulging their thrills in style with the opening of a £53 million ($70 million) theme parkfrom the multinational luxury powerhouse that owns Marc Jacobs, Fendi, Louis Vuitton.
Condé Nast Traveler reports LVMH has been granted planning permission to convert Paris’s 157 year-old, 18-hectare Jardin d’Acclimatation into the capital’s newest attraction.