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New York NY: American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog PDF Print E-mail

Man’s best friend exhibit shows off a new home when the AKC-sponsored opening happens in Manhattan on February 8. The museum, formerly in St. Louis MO, will exhibit famous paintings, sculptures, demonstrations and other art featuring man’s best friend.

Entry is $15 for adults, $5 for kids under 12, and $10 for students, seniors, youth, and military. Of course, dog visitors are welcome for free. The museum is at 101 Park Avenue, and visiting hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday. museumofthedog.org

WOW Air Cancels Major U.S. Air Destinations In 2019 PDF Print E-mail

It’s happening along with the government shutdown of services including national parks, airport security and other nationwide disruptions. The troubled Icelandic discount airline has added to the confusion by cutting back on scheduled flights in several U.S. cities. If you already have tickets or are planning flights on WOW, check with the airline website and/or your travel agent.

Senior Flight Plans: Airport TSA Workers Calling In Sick PDF Print E-mail

If you think the government shutdown about Trump’s border wall couldn’t get any more idiotic, think again. Major airport traffic disruptions are happening by sudden alleged employee illnesses affecting flights. Their back paychecks were promised when the shutdown is lifted, but that doesn’t prevent them from walking out.

As the shutdown continues from days into weeks, disruption of government operations, including air traffic, can only get worse. If you have immediate flight bookings or future plans while the disruption continues, keep checking with your travel agent and/or airline. You don’t want to be infected by the sudden mental illness of TSA employees.

State Dept. Warns U.S. Travelers About China Problems PDF Print E-mail

The already strict Chinese government is getting tough on American visitors this year. Several tourists are currently charged with offenses and are being detained. We seniors can only guess that the already paranoid officials in Beijing are afraid of American spies posing as tourists.

Of course, those Chinese bosses want to continue unloading billions of dollars worth of crappy toys, computers, cars, clothing and other junk on America. They just don’t want us to return the favor by shipping a bunch of sneaky agents to spy on them.  

Before making China travel plans and reservations, keep in close touch for the latest potential problems info at state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/china-travel-advisory

Airport Dogs With Floppy Ears To Replace Pointy Ears PDF Print E-mail

According to reports, TSA plans to use the more friendly looking security mutts. They believe kids are less likely to be afraid of dogs with ears that lay flat. Will they also require airport police to have pointy ears, too?


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