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The permanent bonds of family and friends in ink – The Canberra Times09.29.20

When Christine Hall's husband Stephen returned from Afghanistan in 2012, she felt compelled to capture the moment forever.

She had an image of a woman embracing an Australia soldier tattooed on her back as a permanent reminder of her husband's homecoming.

"Steve had just got back from Afghanistan, and I just wanted to commemorate that time," she said.

"It's such a big part of me now - I must have this tattoo - and if someone asks me about it I can explain and tell them our story."

Their story is told at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra as part of Ink in the Lines, a new temporary exhibition, the first of its kind at the Memorial, sharing stories of Australia's military veterans and their families, through their tattoos.

Christine met Stephen in Melbourne before he joined the army.

"I was 18 and he would have been 20," she said.

"I was just finishing high school and we were at a mutual friend's birthday party. They had terrible music on, and he was walking around with some Nirvana CDs so we tracked him down, and then we exchanged MSN chat details, and it just went from there.

"We've been together ever since."

They were married in the Dandenong Ranges in 2007, and Stephen joined the army a few years later at the age of 28. He deployed to Afghanistan in 2012 as part of Operation Slipper, and then Al Minhad Air Base in the United Arab Emirates in 2015.

"We got posted to Brisbane when I was 33 weeks pregnant with our first child and then he was on pre-deployment training to go to Afghanistan when our daughter was three and a half months old," Christine said.

"It's going to choke me up ... but I found it really hard.

"I didn't want to do the whole goodbye thing [when he went to Afghanistan], so I booked a flight for me and my daughter to go to Melbourne, and said, 'Just drop me at the airport; don't say anything; just go.'

"I could see his reflection as I was entering the plane, and the baby was fussing, and he went to come over, and I had to put up my hand [to say] don't, because I didn't want to lose it."

The Hall family's story is one of many told at the new exhibition, Ink in the Lines, on at the Australian War Memorial from 25 September 2020 to 27 January 2021.

She would do her shopping during the week to avoid seeing families together and would send care packages full of lollies to her husband each week as she anxiously awaited news from him.

"I used to wake up early and just check to see if he was online and wait for a message," she said.

"When casualties happened, the communications went into lockdown and you didn't hear from them for a few days until they had notified the families, and that's when you panic.

"You want the phone to ring, not a knock at the door."

She will never forget how she felt when he arrived home safe and well.

"The baby had grown a lot, and I was in a flood of tears," she said.

"You're just so relieved and happy to see them."

Today, her tattoo is a permanent reminder of these experiences.

"It's a representation of me and every other army wife and partner that has missed their partner when they're deployed, or even on exercise," she said.

"People who are serving are real people - they have families, and they do make sacrifices.

"They miss their families. Their families are missing them. You don't know what they are seeing over there. You don't know what they experience.

"We might think that our story is small, but it may mean something to someone else as well.

"The army touches a lot of lives, and I think everyone's got a story to tell.

"I'm just so happy he came back in one piece."

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COVID-19 infection rates become weekly ‘nail-biter’ for local businesses: Can they outlast pandemic? – The San Diego Union-Tribune09.29.20

As the countys public health officer this week methodically reeled off the latest COVID-19 case rates, it quickly became clear that business owners greatest fears of yet another shutdown of indoor operations would not be realized.

We made it through a nail-biter here today, county Supervisor Jim Desmond said of the news that San Diego had escaped having to leave its red-tier reopening status for the states most restrictive purple tier. Its kind of a small victory.

But was it? After six months of navigating the dips and surges of the novel coronavirus and nervously monitoring Californias ever-changing rules for what is and isnt safe to reopen, local restaurants, bars and gyms are questioning how much longer if at all they and their employees can outlast the pandemic.

Since March, theyve weathered a cycle of government-mandated closings and subsequent reopenings, as the state wrestles with the challenge of containing the COVID-19 contagion without crushing local economies. The latest set of rules, guided by a Byzantine color-coded system tied to positivity rates, covers more than three dozen business sectors, with some able to widely reopen once the virus substantially recedes and still others limited to operating at no more than half their original capacity.

While businesses like hair and nail salons, retail stores and shopping centers can continue to operate indoors albeit at reduced capacities even under the states most restrictive guidelines, restaurants, wineries, bars, gyms, movie theaters, and some personal care services like tattoo parlors cannot.

And as San Diego moves into cooler weather, making street-side dining and outdoor workouts less appealing, and federal loan assistance is exhausted, the future feels more perilous for those businesses.

Lets face it, as bad as the pandemic has been on people and their health, it has been equally devastating or even more so to a lot of small businesses, said Greg Cox, who chairs the county Board of Supervisors. The one concern I have is we really have to guard against a kind of yo-yo effect where this week were in purple (tier) and then we have to close things down for three weeks and then open them back up and close them back down. That not only is not going to protect the public health but it will have an adverse impact on any ability to recover from this economic crisis.

Lesley and David Cohn, in this 2017 photo, are the founders of the Cohn Restaurant Group.

(K.C. Alfred / San Diego Union-Tribune)

The Cohn Restaurant Group, San Diegos single biggest independent restaurant operator, currently has been able to keep all but two of its 23 local dining venues open for a combination of indoor and outdoor service. That indoor service, though, is limited to just 25 percent of a dining rooms capacity.

Come October, once the company runs out of the more than $560,000 in loan money it received from the federal Paycheck Protection Program to help cover wages and rents, its very possible the company will have to close a few more eateries, founder David Cohn said. Since being allowed to partially reopen, the company has hired back about 1,200 of the 1,800 employees it initially had to lay off, said his wife and co-founder, Lesley Cohn.

As we enter the fall and winter months, our restaurants cannot survive on 25 percent (capacity) even though we in California do have the ability to serve almost year-round outside, Lesley Cohn said in an interview this week. Based on the current color-coded system, it will be difficult to reach 50 percent occupancy, and were frustrated that theres no current state plan to get beyond 50 percent. How is that sustainable?

Unfortunately as of today, everything weve built over the past 38 years is in jeopardy.

Tensions in the business community have been building in recent weeks, to the point where a week ago some owners threatened to defy state mandates, as signs initially pointed to even tighter restrictions, prompting some owners to say they would continue operating indoors if faced with a shutdown.

Patrons Barbara Lartigau (left) and Deedee Simmons (right) enjoy lunchtime at Eastbound Bar and Grill on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020 in Lakeside.

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Ben Clevenger, who owns two East County restaurants, said he was prepared to keep his Eastbound Bar and Grill in Lakeside open for indoor service if San Diego County had moved into the purple tier that would have barred dining inside.

We believe the metrics have to be changed, said Clevenger, who is also president of the San Diego chapter of the California Restaurant Association. This back and forth, its been too much and were tired of it. We understand the severity of the virus. Were all about the sanitation but we dont think the numbers are increasing because restaurants are open to 25 percent capacity. Its stressful telling your employees, Weve got hours for you, and then saying, Sorry were getting shut down again and were going to take your hours away.

While there already have been some permanent business closures related to the pandemic, experts predict in the months ahead a tsunami of shutterings amid a virus that shows no signs of a rapid retreat.

Yelp, the crowd-sourced ratings website for restaurants and other small businesses nationwide, reports that between March 1 and Aug. 31, more than 1,900 San Diego County businesses formerly listed on the site have permanently closed, Since it began tracking temporary and permanent business closures in March, Yelp found that 61 percent of all the restaurants that closed temporarily across the country have transitioned to permanent closures. For bars and nightclubs, its 54 percent, and for fitness centers, 43 percent.

While there are no recent stats for restaurant closures alone in San Diego County, as of July 10, there were 226 eateries in San Diego County listed as permanently closed since March 1. A recent report from the National Restaurant Association offered an even more sobering statistic: Some 100,000 restaurants nationwide are already out of business due to the coronavirus. In California, the restaurant industrys trade group predicts that eventually, 30 percent of restaurants will close permanently.

As San Diegos economy continues to reel from the abrupt shutdown in March, the losses have been staggering, even as the county has seen some recent signs of improvement. As of early August, there were an estimated 250,000 San Diegans without jobs five times more than at the beginning of the year, according to the San Diego Association of Governments.

The countys gross domestic product is now forecast to decline between $10 and $15 billion, said SANDAG economist Ray Major. Thats a 4.5 percent drop, which he says effectively erases all of the gains of the last two years. The leisure and hospitality sector, which includes the $10 billion a year restaurant industry, has been especially hard hit.

This is going to fundamentally change the restaurant scene in San Diego, Major said. If you ran a deli in a downtown highrise, for example, and depended on those office workers to patronize you, thats completely dried out. The person who ran the deli in our building downtown has told me theyre not going to make it. They ran through their life savings.

Inside North Parks Tiger!Tiger! tavern in 2016.

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One of the more surprising casualties of COVID-19 is the North Park gastropub Tiger! Tiger! The popular beer bar and restaurant permanently closed Sept. 18. Owners of the 9-year-old restaurant bar say they couldnt see a path forward in the limited-seating, uncertain times the industry is facing.

The ownership, however, will continue to operate its Blind Lady Alehouse, as well as Panama 66 at the San Diego Museum of Art.

Co-founder Clea Hantman, who launched Tiger! Tiger! with her husband Jeff Motch and Jenniffer and Lee Chase, declined to comment for this article but they posted a message on their Facebook page.

COVID-19 did us in, they said. Running a restaurant historically has razor-thin margins. Attempting to run a restaurant in the middle of a pandemic with mounds of debt piling up is nonsensical. We tried many different paths for this business over the last six months and each one took us down a dead end. With the end of our lease approaching fast, we all really believe we had no other choice.

Led by Junior Leoso, Pacific Beach Training currently offers both group classes and private lessons at its indoor facility at the state-required rate of 10 percent capacity.

(Courtesy of Pacific Beach Training)

Fitness centers, hit with one of the most stringent caps on occupancy under the states new tiered system, face especially challenging economics, given that they can only fill their buildings up to 10 percent of their total capacity. While many, if they have the space, have expanded to outdoors, it isnt a sustainable solution, say some.

You wouldnt know it by talking to him, but Junior Leoso is in a tough spot. The 40-year-old owner of specialty fitness gym, Pacific Beach Training, took on a new, much pricier lease in March for 2,500 square feet of indoor workout space.

Shortly thereafter he was forced to close his doors and become extra resourceful. And with no adjacent usable outdoor space available to him, his creativity has continued, meaning in-person classes were replaced by online classes and later supplemented with outdoor classes at not-so-nearby parks.

Currently, the gym can serve no more than 12 people per class inside the facility. To pay the bills, Leoso has needed to lean heavily on his side business, Dedicated Dads, a hybrid fitness and mental health program for fathers that has thrived online during the pandemic.

If we dont reopen the doors, or we cant go full bore and advertise by the new year, which is only three months away, were going to be in big trouble and will have to really reassess what the plan is moving forward, Leoso said. We cant sustain it on 10 percent capacity.

Michael Hamanaka (arms out middle), owner of The Movement Warehouse in Pacific Beach, works outside with clients.

(Eduardo Contreras / The San Diego Union-Tribune)

Five blocks east, The Movement Warehouse has fared far better for one simple reason: ample outdoor space.

Weve never done better, said gym owner Michael Hamanaka, who added that memberships shot up when he reopened with outdoor classes. With access to 3,500 square feet of turf and limited competition, Hamanaka was able to sign on a record 45 new members in July.

He even raised prices knowing that his high-intensity weight-lifting gym was pretty much the only option in town. The Movement Warehouse is in a relatively cushy spot, with Hamanakas business far more immune to frequently changing government restrictions that have simultaneously crippled his friend Leosos similar-but-different fitness venture.

I think I sound OK because Ive definitely had my nights of kicking and screaming, and trying to figure this stuff out. Now its about survival, Leoso said. Its about doing everything we can and only worrying about the things we can control.

Flamin Pho & Sushi Bar

(Courtesy of Flamin Pho)

As stressed and anxiety-ridden and overworked as many restaurateurs are right now, many say they are determined to vanquish the fallout from the virus without sacrificing their businesses. Some, like Afghan immigrant Tariq Wasimi, are working long hours, filling in as servers and food runners, as a way to save money on labor.

Weve been able to break even because my business partner, Stavro Yousif, and I have put in 12-hour days for the last six months, said Wasimi, owner of Flamin Pho & Sushi Bar in downtown San Diego. Before COVID, his restaurant could seat 72. Now its been slashed to 28, all outdoors. We havent had a server, just he and I.

Here you go, Wasimi said to a customer, who was picking up an order, as he spoke with a reporter. Hi, can I help you, he asked another.

This year was on pace to be the 2-1/2-year-old restaurants best. But after taking in $650,000 in sales last year, Flamin Pho is currently at only a quarter of that revenue. Loans from family members have helped keep the business afloat, and despite the lean times, Wasimi remains determined to not let his business slip away.

Its nerve-wracking because Im just about to finally open inside dining and hire people, but I dont want to be in that stage where two weeks from now I have to let people go, he sighed. Im scared if the (coronavirus) rate goes up by a couple numbers and Im shut down again. But Ill be damned if I give up on this place. Ill do whatever it takes to survive.

Like Wasimi, longtime restaurateur Terryl Gavre has been working much longer hours, intent on keeping her venues open without incurring major losses. In a move to buy some time for the 10-year-old Bankers Hill Bar + Restaurant she owns with chef-partner Carl Schroeder, they are closing temporarily after this weekend.

While they were able to do enough business to break even, that was no longer possible when their federal loan money that amounted to less than $250,000 ran out a week ago, Gavre said. The temporary closure of Bankers Hill is possible, Gavre said, because of the willingness of their landlord to give them free rent over the next several months as they regroup and await a wider reopening of restaurants.

Its all been very stressful. You are constantly running things through your head day and night, what if this happens, OK, then Ill do this, and what if this happens. You dont get any peace, said Gavre, who also owns Cafe 222, a small breakfast and lunch spot in downtown San Diego. Every time they make a change in the rules, you have to react by either finding your staff or laying them off again. So right now, with Bankers Hill, wed rather wait and hold onto all our assets until we have a fighting chance to make a profit. I know well be itching to get back in there.

Even more daunting is the road ahead for the many bars in San Diego that have never served food and have made no arrangements to do so in order to comply with the current state guidelines that would let them open indoors at 25 percent capacity.

Jasper JJ Sciuto is the lead bartender and manager for the Lamplighter, which has remained mostly closed during the pandemic.

(Jarrod Valliere / The San Diego Union-Tribune)

At the Lamplighter in Mission Hills, the lights are off and the mood seemingly even darker at one of San Diegos most well-known dive bars.

We would be so screwed if my dad didnt have other things going on, said Jasper JJ Sciuto, who helps run the bar with his brother Joe. The family business the senior Sciuto bought the bar in 1994 has been closed since March, save for a two-week window in late June when bars that dont also serve food were allowed to open.

For now, the Lamplighter must remain closed until San Diego enters the next tier, when the county is deemed to be at a moderate risk level and daily new COVID-19 cases are between one and 3.9 cases per 100,000 residents. Although without outdoor space, Lamplighter may have to remain closed until the county hits the even more seemingly out-of-reach yellow tier that means minimal COVID spread.

As a result, Lamplighters entire staff has been let go even the brothers, who are collecting unemployment. Still, Joe Sr. is able to make the rent payments, meaning the bar, best known for its late-night karaoke and stiff drinks, is in no danger of permanently closing anytime soon, JJ said.

We just keep waiting it out. My brother and I depend on this for jobs, JJ said. Were now at the point where we need to find (new jobs).

Zak Higson, left, his brother, Nate Higson, center, and friend and business partner, Grant Tondro, are the founders of 3 Local Brothers restaurant and brewery group.

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North County restaurant owner Grant Tondro understands well the roller coaster ride that has defined the COVID-19 landscape for local businesses. Not only did he and his two partners, Zak and Nate Higson, have to temporarily close or reduce operations at a few of their dining and drinking venues in Carmel Valley, Rancho Bernardo and San Marcos, but they also had to abandon plans for a major expansion that involved seven new projects.

This last six months has been absolutely insane, between the constant changing restrictions and the overall public sense of fear, said Tondro, who co-founded the 3 Local Brothers restaurant/brewery company. Weve all got pivot fatigue because we have to reinvent our business every single day. Im not sleeping, Im eating too much and Ive been stretched in ways I didnt realize I could be stretched.

As the prospect of increasingly vacant storefronts becomes an unfortunate reality in the coming months, the question becomes, how will that affect the daily life and character of San Diegos mature, once vibrant neighborhoods.

There will be a big difference between how things look like in one year vs. in four years, says Bill Fulton, a former city of San Diego planning director and director of Rice Universitys Kinder Institute for Urban Research. In one year, its pretty grim. Were going to see huge, permanent closure of all restaurants, bars and gyms. But once the system swallows all that, I see no reason why restaurants, bars and gyms would not come back, but it will take several years.

Staff writer Gary Warth contributed to this report.

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Katie Price rushes to get matching tattoo with Carl Woods after 12 weeks of dating – Mirror Online09.26.20

Katie Price has already taken the next step in her relationship by getting matching tattoos with new boyfriend Carl Woods.

The 42-year-old mum of five - who has been divorced, engaged again and dumped in the space of two years - has already committed her life to Carl, 31, despite only going official with him in July this year.

But their rollercoaster romance has already seen more than its fair share of drama, with Carl roped in to be Katie's carer when she broke her feet by jumping off a wall on their first ever holiday together.

And while Katie's been confined to a wheelchair ever since, Carl hasn't moaned once about having to look after her.

It looks like he's keen to seal the deal as he was spotted carrying her into a tattoo parlour this weekend with her legs still in their medical boots to protect the wounds from her foot surgery.

The muscular hunk carried her straddled over his stomach and cupped his hands under her bum as he effortlessly lifted her into the inking shop so they could pick out their matching designs.

The blonde ex-glamour model could be seen grinning away at her new beau as she put herself in the hands of the talented tattoo artist.

The pair - who have been dating just 12 weeks and are already talking about marriage and babies - are believed to have chosen matching inkings which will take weeks to complete, so are expected to make multiple trips to the parlour to be worked on.

As Katie lay back in the tattooist's chair, Carl could be seen watching on as the artist got to work.

At one point he put his hand over his mouth as though in sympathy for Katie's pain.

Katie's right forearm has been picked as the spot for their matching tatts, although she's yet to unveil the actual design.

At the end of the session, Katie lifted her arm to check the progress while Carl held her other hand.

It comes after Katie revealed she'd taken Carl's pet pooch Sid into her family as her "new addition" after the death of her French bulldog puppy Rolo earlier this summer.

Poor little Rolo - who Katie had bought for daughter Princess' 13th birthday - died when he got trapped under a reclining armchair and suffocated.

He was the latest in a long line who have met their unfortunate ends in Katie's family over the years.

Katie shared a snap of eldest son Harvey cuddling the new pup, captioning it: "So cute @officialmrharveyprice with @carljwoods dog which is my new furry edition to our family."

But followers quickly pointed out what happened to her last pooch, with one cynically writing: "How long is this dog to last."

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Hilary Duff gives tour of her incredible family home, with an indoor slide and chicken coop – Yahoo! Voices09.26.20


Hilary Duffs husband, Matthew Koma, just debuted some bold body art in honor of his wife and baby mama. Yesterday, the 33-year-old musician showed his Instagram followers his fresh new ink: Hilary etched across his skin in an elegantly-slanted cursive font. To complement the thoughtful sentiment, Koma chose to go cheeky with his placement literally. He got the tattoo smack in the middle of his butt.Koma shared a closeup of his brand-new butt tattoo (and you should check your surroundings before scrolling down to see it). The photo shows Komas bare bottom half his black denim jeans pulled down to his knees with his left butt cheek, and wifey tattoo, on full display. Good luck winning a fight with your wife when her names tattooed on your butt cheek, he captioned the post, tagging Duff and tattoo artist Curt Montgomery, and Butt as his location.> View this post on Instagram> > A post shared by Matthew Koma (@matthewkoma) on Sep 21, 2020 at 9:47am PDTOf course, Koma made some edits to the tattoo debut with the addition of a string of peach emojis likely to keep the photo from being removed by Instagram, per the platforms no-nudity clause. Still, theres not much left to the imagination, and the ink itself appears to be very new considering theres some residual redness around the black cursive lines. While couple tattoos frequently feel cheesy, Komas butt-cheek placement makes his funny, while still being pretty sweet.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Justin Bieber's New Tattoo Means A Lot To HimIs It Safe To Get A Tattoo During COVID-19?Kristin Cavallari Tattoo Just Revealed New Tattoos

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Boat of the Week: The Worlds Largest Carbon-Fiber Sloop Has a Hot-Pink Sail and Avant-Garde Style – Robb Report09.26.20

It can sometimes be difficult to stand out in a sea of superyachts, but theres no mistaking the performance racing yacht Pink Gin VI. With her hot-pink spinnaker that screams Im the one and only, the worlds largest all-carbon-fiber sloop is actually one of a kind, both inside and out.

The Pink Gin name, carried forward by owner Professor Hans Georg Nder since his first boat in the mid-80s, came about after a night drinking pink-gin cocktails with his then captain Henry Hawkins at Hamburgs famed Old Fashioned Bar. Never drink it, its the most ugly cocktail you can order at a bar, Nder told Robb Report, laughing. But I believe that a boats name becomes a brand over time, so I decided to keep it.

Theres nothing ugly about 174-foot Pink Gin VI. Delivered in 2017 by Baltic Yachts, she is an evolution of Nders previous builds, which have developed over time to accommodate his growing family. A sailor since the age of seven, Nder has built several yachts at Baltic (including the most last four Pink Gins) and was so impressed with the Finnish shipyards composite engineering that he acquired an 80 percent stake in Baltic in 2013.

Pink Gin VIs dramatic sail is only just the start of her one-of-a-kind interior, defined by custom art and eccentric, bespoke furniture.Fraser Yachts

I was keen to show that the yard was capable of producing a superb yacht of this size, but we didnt set out with for her to be the worlds largest carbon-fiber sloop, says Nder. The size grew to accommodate all the required living spaces and the yachts advanced engineering.

Notable features include her silver composite hull, which was built in three parts for easier access and accurate assembly. A 14.7-foot torpedo-style lifting bulb keel can extend to 23 feet beneath the yachts hull when the yacht is at anchor, to counterbalance the 223-foot-high Rondal mast (think pendulum effect).

The extensive cockpit, which is split into separate dining, helm and seating areas, is illuminated by two hand-blown Murano glass chandeliers that hang from the boom. These custom chandeliers are designed to fold down when the yacht is sailing.

This side hatch drops from the master stateroom to rest a foot above the water, providing the owner with instant oceanside access and privacy.Fraser Yachts

Other unique features include opening balconies along the hullsides, one attached to the master suite, giving Nder a breakfast porch or a way to be just a foot above the water in privacy. Side access is unique on a sailing yacht and has proved very useful as an easy way to board the yacht from a tender, as well as a place to relax, he says.

The exterior design is by Rolf Vrolijk, better known for his role in helping team Alinghi to twice win the prestigious Americas Cup in 2003 and 2007. Not surprisingly, Pink Gin VI is a regular participant in superyacht sailing regattas. The St. Barths Bucket and the Rolex Cup in Porto Cervo are two of Nders favorites. Yet, the yacht was designed to be as much of a world cruiser as it is a racer. Memorable cruising grounds include Sardinia, the French West Indies, and Ilhabela, an archipelago off the southeast coast of Brazil.

Nders love of travel is reflected in the eclectic but comfortable interior by British studio Design Unlimited, unlike anything else on the water. For the owner, the mauve, self-playing piano in the main salon evokes happy memories of sundowners inPorto Cervo. The salon table by Polish artist Marcin Rusak finds flower petals encapsulated in resin and set within a brass frame. Wood paneling artwork by Roberto Diago creates a feature wall in the master suite, while statement works of art by contemporary sculptor and illustrator Roberto Fabelo, both from Cuba, adorn the corridors.

The mauve-colored player piano is only one item in Pink Gin VIs unusual collection, ranging from paintings of oversized koi prints to a table made from 7,000-year-old bog oak, to dozens of other pieces that create an elegant interior.Fraser Yachts

At the inception stage we came across the idea of using 7,000-year-old bog oak wood as a feature and this runs throughout the yacht, from the capping rails outside through the upper salon table and even to the sharp keys on the piano.Such little details are what make the interior so special, says Nder. The day-head wallpaper features a hand-embroidered koi carp design which wraps around the ceiling and shows the underbellies of the fish. Even the bulkhead which houses the lifting keel is designed to look like the spine of a book.

In 2019, Nder took delivery of Pink Shadow, a Damen-built 150-foot support vessel, thought to be the first-ever shadow vessel for a sailing yacht. Since November it has clocked 17,000 miles cruising around Uruguay, Brazil and Greece, along with the mothership. Pink Shadow features custom artwork on the hull starboard, or yacht tattoo has Nder calls it, carried out by his close artist friend Ann-Kathrin Otto.

We saw how well shadow vessels worked for bigger motor yachts and wanted the same thing. Since taking delivery weve received a lot of interest from other sailing yacht owners who love the idea because you have to carry so much equipment on a sailing yacht. To have a shadow boat that you can unload toys, spare parts, diving equipment, etc., onto makes a lot of sense performance-wise.

The hand-blown Murano chandeliers give the upper deck table beautiful soft light for al-fresco dinners, and then compress to be stowed during the days sail.Fraser Yachts

Despite describing his custom-built sloop as the best sailing yacht I have ever been on, serial builder Nder already has Pink Gin VII in his sights. Like the younger sister, this yacht promises to be unique in the superyacht world.

As the third-generation owner of Ottobock, a German orthopedics technology company that creates advanced prosthetics, Nder is used to pushing boundaries. What we have experienced in biotechand what will also be a big part of my next yacht projectis a drive towards sustainability, he says. The use of solar panels, electrical drives, water-cleaning systems and fully sustainable materials, such as flax instead of carbon fiber, are all key topics. Its an exciting time for new builds.

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Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Segmentation By Product:, Laser, Surgical, Creams, Others Tattoo Removal Service

Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Segmentation By Application: Hospitals, Clinics, Others

In terms of region, this research report covers almost all the major regions across the globe such asNorth America, Europe, South America, the Middle East, and Africa and the Asia Pacific. Europe and North America regions are anticipated to show an upward growth in the years to come. WhileTattoo Removal Service Market in Asia Pacific regions is likely to show remarkable growth during the forecasted period. Cutting edge technology and innovations are the most important traits of the North America region and thats the reason most of the time the US dominates the global markets.Tattoo Removal Service Market in South, America region is also expected to grow in near future.

Key questions answered in the report

*What will be the market size in terms of value and volume in the next five years?*Which segment is currently leading the market?*In which region will the market find its highest growth?*Which players will take the lead in the market?*What are the key drivers and restraints of the markets growth?

We provide detailed product mapping and analysis of various market scenarios. Our analysts are experts in providing in-depth analysis and breakdown of the business of key market leaders. We keep a close eye on recent developments and follow latest company news related to different players operating in the global Tattoo Removal Service market. This helps us to deeply analyze companies as well as the competitive landscape. Our vendor landscape analysis offers a complete study that will help you to stay on top of the competition.

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Table of Contents

1 Report Overview1.1 Study Scope1.2 Key Market Segments1.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Tattoo Removal Service Revenue1.4 Market by Type1.4.1 Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2020 VS 20261.4.2 Laser1.4.3 Surgical1.4.4 Creams1.4.5 Others1.5 Market by Application1.5.1 Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Share by Application: 2020 VS 20261.5.2 Hospitals1.5.3 Clinics1.5.4 Others1.6 Study Objectives1.7 Years Considered 2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Perspective (2015-2026)2.2 Global Tattoo Removal Service Growth Trends by Regions2.2.1 Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Regions: 2015 VS 2020 VS 20262.2.2 Tattoo Removal Service Historic Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)2.2.3 Tattoo Removal Service Forecasted Market Size by Regions (2021-2026)2.3 Industry Trends and Growth Strategy2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers2.3.3 Market Challenges2.3.4 Porters Five Forces Analysis2.3.5 Tattoo Removal Service Market Growth Strategy2.3.6 Primary Interviews with Key Tattoo Removal Service Players (Opinion Leaders) 3 Competition Landscape by Key Players3.1 Global Top Tattoo Removal Service Players by Market Size3.1.1 Global Top Tattoo Removal Service Players by Revenue (2015-2020)3.1.2 Global Tattoo Removal Service Revenue Market Share by Players (2015-2020)3.1.3 Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Share by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3)3.2 Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Concentration Ratio3.2.1 Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)3.2.2 Global Top 10 and Top 5 Companies by Tattoo Removal Service Revenue in 20193.3 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players Head office and Area Served3.4 Key Players Tattoo Removal Service Product Solution and Service3.5 Date of Enter into Tattoo Removal Service Market3.6 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans 4 Market Size by Type (2015-2026)4.1 Global Tattoo Removal Service Historic Market Size by Type (2015-2020)4.2 Global Tattoo Removal Service Forecasted Market Size by Type (2021-2026) 5 Market Size by Application (2015-2026)5.1 Global Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020)5.2 Global Tattoo Removal Service Forecasted Market Size by Application (2021-2026) 6 North America6.1 North America Tattoo Removal Service Market Size (2015-2020)6.2 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players in North America (2019-2020)6.3 North America Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Type (2015-2020)6.4 North America Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 7 Europe7.1 Europe Tattoo Removal Service Market Size (2015-2020)7.2 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players in Europe (2019-2020)7.3 Europe Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Type (2015-2020)7.4 Europe Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 8 China8.1 China Tattoo Removal Service Market Size (2015-2020)8.2 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players in China (2019-2020)8.3 China Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Type (2015-2020)8.4 China Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 9 Japan9.1 Japan Tattoo Removal Service Market Size (2015-2020)9.2 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players in Japan (2019-2020)9.3 Japan Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Type (2015-2020)9.4 Japan Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 10 Southeast Asia10.1 Southeast Asia Tattoo Removal Service Market Size (2015-2020)10.2 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players in Southeast Asia (2019-2020)10.3 Southeast Asia Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Type (2015-2020)10.4 Southeast Asia Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 11 India11.1 India Tattoo Removal Service Market Size (2015-2020)11.2 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players in India (2019-2020)11.3 India Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Type (2015-2020)11.4 India Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 12 Central & South America12.1 Central & South America Tattoo Removal Service Market Size (2015-2020)12.2 Tattoo Removal Service Key Players in Central & South America (2019-2020)12.3 Central & South America Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Type (2015-2020)12.4 Central & South America Tattoo Removal Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 13 Key Players Profiles13.1 Alma Lasers13.1.1 Alma Lasers Company Details13.1.2 Alma Lasers Business Overview13.1.3 Alma Lasers Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.1.4 Alma Lasers Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020))13.1.5 Alma Lasers Recent Development13.2 Asclepion Laser Technologies13.2.1 Asclepion Laser Technologies Company Details13.2.2 Asclepion Laser Technologies Business Overview13.2.3 Asclepion Laser Technologies Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.2.4 Asclepion Laser Technologies Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.2.5 Asclepion Laser Technologies Recent Development13.3 Bison Medical13.3.1 Bison Medical Company Details13.3.2 Bison Medical Business Overview13.3.3 Bison Medical Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.3.4 Bison Medical Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.3.5 Bison Medical Recent Development13.4 Cutera, Inc.13.4.1 Cutera, Inc. Company Details13.4.2 Cutera, Inc. Business Overview13.4.3 Cutera, Inc. Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.4.4 Cutera, Inc. Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.4.5 Cutera, Inc. Recent Development13.5 Cynosure, Inc.13.5.1 Cynosure, Inc. Company Details13.5.2 Cynosure, Inc. Business Overview13.5.3 Cynosure, Inc. Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.5.4 Cynosure, Inc. Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.5.5 Cynosure, Inc. Recent Development13.6 Cryomed Aesthetics13.6.1 Cryomed Aesthetics Company Details13.6.2 Cryomed Aesthetics Business Overview13.6.3 Cryomed Aesthetics Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.6.4 Cryomed Aesthetics Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.6.5 Cryomed Aesthetics Recent Development13.7 Eclipse Lasers Ltd.13.7.1 Eclipse Lasers Ltd. Company Details13.7.2 Eclipse Lasers Ltd. Business Overview13.7.3 Eclipse Lasers Ltd. Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.7.4 Eclipse Lasers Ltd. Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.7.5 Eclipse Lasers Ltd. Recent Development13.8 Lumenis13.8.1 Lumenis Company Details13.8.2 Lumenis Business Overview13.8.3 Lumenis Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.8.4 Lumenis Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.8.5 Lumenis Recent Development13.9 Syneron Inc.13.9.1 Syneron Inc. Company Details13.9.2 Syneron Inc. Business Overview13.9.3 Syneron Inc. Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.9.4 Syneron Inc. Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.9.5 Syneron Inc. Recent Development13.10 Fotona13.10.1 Fotona Company Details13.10.2 Fotona Business Overview13.10.3 Fotona Tattoo Removal Service Introduction13.10.4 Fotona Revenue in Tattoo Removal Service Business (2015-2020)13.10.5 Fotona Recent Development 14 Analysts Viewpoints/Conclusions 15 Appendix15.1 Research Methodology15.1.1 Methodology/Research Approach15.1.2 Data Source15.2 Disclaimer15.3 Author Details

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Global Aesthetics Market 2020| Industry Size, Share, Revenue, Business Growth, Demand And Applications Market Research Report To 2026 – The Market…09.26.20

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Bizarre: 44-year-old with several body modifications gets his nose removed to look like ‘Human Satan’ – Times Now09.26.20

Man gets his nose removed to look like 'Human Satan' 

The concept of the makeover is often taken to new and shocking extremes by body modification enthusiasts.

Despite all the risks associated with body alterations, there are many individuals who have turned it into their passion, or as some would say, a way of life.

Michel Faro do Prado, a 44-year-old Brazilian is one such extreme body modification enthusiast. Far has several head implants, customised teeth, and dozens of piercings and tattoos. But his latest modification is downright shocking.

He has surgically had a portion of his nose removed in a bid to enhance his 'human satan' appearance.

According to his wife, he has become only the third person in the world to have undergone a strange procedure.

Michel is a tattoo artist himself but he doesn't ink his own body. He gett other tattoo artists to work on him and claims to have good resistance to pain. Actually I have good resistance to pain, I dont think anything is so painful, I suffer a lot more in the post-procedures than at the time, Michel was quoted by UNILAD.

Michel shares pictures of his body transformations on his Instagram account, which has over 15,000 followers.

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Michel isn't the only body modification enthusiast who has gone viral this year.

Sandro, better known as Mr. Skull Face on social media as spent nearly 6,000 (Rs 5.8 lakhs) in making changes to his body, the latest one being the removal of his ears.

The 39-year-old, who hails from Finsterwaldein Germany, has undergone several procedures for changes on his forehead, back of the hand, and tongue. In 2019, he went for ear removal and kept the remainder of his surgery in a jar.

Sandro says his body transformation has influenced his life and it has nothing to do with looking 'cool'. However, his explanation has not stopped netizens from criticising him.

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Dolly Parton says her tattoos are tasteful – Fox News09.26.20

Dolly Parton has been subject to rumors that she has sleeve tattoos because she typically covers her arms with clothing.

Over the years, the gossip hasnt let up.

However, Parton, 74, has never been in denial that she bears ink.

"I do have some tattoos, that's true," the Jolene singer told People magazine. "But they're tasteful. I'm not a tattoo girl."


Dolly Parton. (Taylor Hill/Getty Images)

She continued: "My tattoos are pretty, theyre artful and they usually started out to cover some scar, not to make a big statement." she says. "Ribbons and bows and butterflies are the things that I have.

Parton then explained her reasoning for getting tattoos.

I was very sick for a while and I had to wear a feeding tube. It left a little indention in my side and I didn't like it because Im so fair that scars turn purple on me," the 9 to 5 singer explained.

The scarring was an opportunity to have a positive experience from something negative, thecountry music legend said.

"I had a little beehive tattooed over it a little yellow-and-brown beehive with a tiny little bee on top of the hive, she said."The mouth of it is that little sinkhole."

The 'Jolene' singer, 74, has never been in denial that she bears ink. (Wade Payne/Invision/AP, File)

She first opened up about getting tattoos due to scars in an interview with Good Morning America in Nov. 2019.


Parton also addressed whether she has her longtime husband Carl Deans name tattooed on her body.

"No, he's tattooed on my heart," she joked with People.

She said getting more could be a possibility.

I may just have to get covered with tattoos just so everybody could be right!" she said.

Parton also addressed whether she has her longtime husband Carl Deans name tattooed on her body. (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)


In 2014 on "Today," Parton said people thought the reason she wore sleeves all the time was because she has snake tattoos all over.

"I'm not really one to have tattoos, but I do have a few and they're not where you can see them, she said.

Meanwhile, Roseanne Barr revealed Parton's secret back in 2011 when she was on Craig Ferguson's late-night show.

"Do you know who's totally tattooed? I shouldn't even tell this. Dolly Parton is totally tattooed," she said. "She showed me. She's got all these awesome tattoos all over her body no black or blue lines, all like, pastel gorgeous bows all over everything."


Among other rumors, Parton addressed headlines claiming she was bedridden because her breasts were too heavy.

I just laugh, the singer told People. Well, they are heavy, but they haven't crippled me yet.


If her breasts were that much of a problem, she would do something about it, she said.

I just think, 'Oh my Lord. If they were that heavy, I'd have them changed," Parton said." I'd have them lessened.'"

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Niko Moon Has a ‘Good Time’ Tattoo, Among Other Music-Related Ink – Taste of Country09.26.20

After Niko Moonreleased hisfeel-goodanthem"Good Time," the rising country music star got a tattoo of the song title to celebrate the occasion.

And it's not the only body ink the artist has that observes his journey in entertainment.

During a recent appearance on Taste of Country Nights, the singer told hosts Evan and Amber all about his music-related tats. Having spotted the ink, they asked Moon about which came first the song or the tattoo. Unsurprisingly, the musician's answer indicated just how dear he holds his songcraft.

"The tunecame first," Moon explains. "Itstarted about two years ago that one was a long time in the making. [I got the tatttoo] when I first got signed to Sony, and I knew that I was coming out with 'Good Time' as my very first song as an artist."

The musician continues, "I like to think of tattoos as almost like bookmarks in big moments of life. So when I look at all my tattoos, they remind me of all these moments. So coming out with my very first song as an artist on the radio, I knew I had to commemorate that with a tattoo."

That means Moon boasts a host of other tats that chart his career path. He even shares some of those with his wife also a songwriter herself. In fact, in conversation with Taste of Country Nights, the singer described a few of the body adornments that match each other on both he and his spouse.

"We have four or five tattoos together," Moon reveals. "We actually wrote 'Good Time' together, and we both have this deep love for songwriting. So we got an ink and quill tattoo to represent our love for writing songs. We both got a tattoo when we got married, too we got little moons on our ring fingers."

Tattoos aside, perhaps the most burning question on the minds of Niko Moon fans is that of new music. Is herecording a debut album to follow-up his recent EP and handful of singles? Fear not, loyal listeners the entertainer does indeed have such an effort in the works, and it will be a pure party disc.

"I'm working on it all day every day, pretty much, in my studio," Moon says. "It's going to be right up there with the vibe of the EP all fun, positive, upbeat, happy country music. I wanted to make an album that was that vibe the whole way through. So you can putiton when you're out on your deck with your friends. Or out at the lake with your family. You don't have to skip any songs because they get a little too sad or a little too serious."

Adds the singer, "I just wanted to make, no pun intended, but a good time album."

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