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Topic - Holiday Inn
Holiday Inn is a brand of hotels, formerly an economy motel chain, forming part of the British InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG). It is one of the world's largest hotel chains with 238,440 bedrooms and 1,301 hotels globally. There are 100 million guest nights each year, globally. - Source: Wikipedia
Police in upstate New York say a would-be thief being chased on foot picked the wrong getaway route when he ran to a hotel where law enforcement officers were attending a conference.
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster is hosting a Career and Opportunities Fair featuring New Hampshire employers from the financial, medical, manufacturing and hospitality industries.
Subzero temperatures have canceled the Special Olympics Wisconsin outdoor winter games in central Wisconsin, disappointing more than 200 athletes from around the state.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says it's holding eight open houses across the Upper Peninsula to talk about changes in deer hunting regulations and deer management.
In Libya, voters will go to the polls Saturday to pick a 200-member General National Congress from 3,707 candidates. In the U.S., Libyan-Americans have been traveling to the Holiday Inn in Arlington since Tuesday to cast ballots at the only U.S. polling place established by a transitional Libyan government — a moment that many of them never dreamed they would witness in their lifetimes.
The federal government by definition has to make a federal case out of everything it touches, from mandating toilets that barely flush to prescribing how many calories must go into a schoolboy's lunch. So we can't be surprised that the Secret Service will assign nannies and chaperones to monitor the bedtime behavior of the president's bodyguards on their trips abroad.
Zentan, the restaurant in the Donovan House hotel at Thomas Circle, is full of surprises, beginning with its name. The hotel, which replaces the Holiday Inn at the corner of 14th Street and Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, is named for William "Wild Bill" Donovan, the father of the Office of Strategic Services, the World War II spy-and-special-operations predecessor of the CIA. "Zentan" is the Mandarin word for "spy."