Mashable
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If you aren't prepared yet for a summer full of cute pics, maybe some pineapple will help. No, we aren't talking about those gold pineapple mugs that everyone seemed to be sipping drinks from last summer. This is 2017, people. New summer, new pineapple. And this year, our pineapples are pink. SEE ALSO: Bye rosé! Blue prosecco is this summer's go-to drink A post shared by @hoxne on May 22, 2017 at 2:46pm PDT A post shared by Maryellen (@mrvs123) on May 21, 2017 at 1:57pm PDT Pink pineapples have taken a while to get where they are today. According to Cosmopolitan , the fruit has been in development since 2005 by Del Monte Foods and is being grown in Costa Rica. Read more... More about Watercooler , Instagram , Food , Trends , and Culture
BBC Radio Wales
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cosmopolitan Society of the sentiment was that everything at the Mexican is bad in that everything that's European is good so the Mexican attitude in Mexico city was at wall I don't want me to kill my great grandfather used to drink that and he's poor he's like give me a Pinot Grigio and arson risotto with that so even on that side you're seeing restaurant Torquay going no we're not going to get wagyu beef not going to serve grasshoppers that's what we've always had do you think it might be easier as a white American selling Mexican food in New York then it might be as a Mexican person to make it easier for you to say that suits order it so I get it from both sides you have finished my mother in Law's Mexican show you try to have a white boy from Massachusetts to talk to her about tamales you just shut up there you with your face do you like my food but she does not recognise it.
BBC Radio Wales
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are very much on edge everybody was shocked of course by the nature of the bombing this wasn't just against a City Business against young people in the city is a big association in Manchester between music and young people this is a city in which I grow up I remember going to his concert venues as a young teenager is always the right of passage that you break away from your parents and you go to a rock concert or a pop concert is a teenager and that is what young mancunians with doing last night and the fact that so many of those young people aperitive been killed 22 people in total many of them youngsters are still shocked this community know where in Manchester is you do one of the key problems I guess going forward could be at some kind of breakdown of relationships between kaminska Manchester is a very cosmopolitan place there are a lot of Muslims living there obviously.
Daily Mail - USA
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BBC Radio London
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wear with you're at work when you're outside of London and it was the national thing and I think it should be national because Manchester is another big cosmopolitan city and we should be supporting each other so what happens now is that there are couple of vigils a plan to start here is 6:30 and that particular one there they're going to have their minutes silence at 7:22 this evening at the same time in Parliament Square another group of the rains a small prayer vigil as well lady I haven't been down to that one yet and then there's an official organised event 7 o'clock this evening at the Regent's Park mosque that's an interface events were there we are the leaves of different Faith communities in London at giving their reaction to what happened in Manchester back to her to Trafalgar Square and just as I was talking to the Earth.
The Sun Daily
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"I can't wait to live in a world where people are not valued by who they're dating /married to / attached to, having sex with (or not) / seen with ... but by their value as an individual," she said. In an interview last month with Cosmopolitan, Grande revealed that she has started running her show "from top to bottom" as she no longer felt comfortable putting her business in others' hands. "Now I'm very much in charge, and it feels amazing," she said. As a celebrity, she has occasionally found herself in tabloid press. In 2015 she was caught on camera with one of her back-up dancers licking the frosting off a doughnut and mumbling, "I hate America." She later clarified that she was proud to be American and was only critiquing her country's penchant of overeating. Grande has generally stayed away from activism, other than speaking out about her vegan diet as a way to reduce suffering for animals.
Variety
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A new wave of filmmakers is emerging in Catalonia: Cosmopolitan, schooled in industry practices, genre blenders and versatile in style, they have tackled wide ranging subjects. Many of them happen to be women. Variety profiles 10 leading lights from the Spanish region. NEUS BALLÚS Ballús’ shortImmersion” was well received by critics and her feature, “The... Read more »
Daily Express - Travel
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MOSCOW, RUSSIA Russia may not have revealed all its Revolution Centennial plans, but it’s as clear as a crenellated Kremlin facade that there will be radical changes in Moscow.
The Huffington Post
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The Huffington Post
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Casting Allison Williams as Rose in Get Out was a perfect choice. As Jordan Peeles smash hit film debuted near the end of January, Williams was just closing the chapter on her most famous character, Marnie from Girls. Although that character had many endearing qualities, Rose and Marnie have certain ... similar traits. She felt cosmopolitan but also undeniably Caucasian, said Jordan Peele , the creator and director of Get Out, to Business Insider when discussing the casting choice. But while Rose and Marnie have comparable personalities, the former is clearly a villain in Get Out. (SPOILER ALERT) Rose helps trap a black man in her familys house so that a rich white man can buy his body and then take over his mind. The worst thing Marnie ever did was wear Uggs. However, a new deleted momentpublished exclusively with HuffPostcalls into question whether Rose was truly a clear-cut villain.
The Economist - Business
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The one with strong ticket sales ALL you need for a movie is a girl, a gun, lots of singing, melodrama and never-ending dance sequences. Or so a big chunk of the Indian audience believes. But Bollywood, the cosmopolitan Hindi-language film hub that is the spiritual home of the song-and-dance routine, has been bested by an upstart rival. “Baahubali 2: The Conclusion”, a fantasy epic shot mainly in two southern Indian languages, has smashed the country’s box-office records. Once in Bollywood’s shadow, the likes of Kollywood and Tollywood are coming into their own. India puts out around 1,500-2,000 films a year, according to industry estimates, more than anywhere else in the world. Hindi fare of the sort Bollywood cranks out from Mumbai makes up less than a fifth of that, but accounts for 43% of national box-office takings, which are worth around $2bn. That leaves a long tail of regional films, which must split around $1bn across 1,000-plus releases shot in... Continue reading
The Huffington Post
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Nothing kills a buzz faster than watered-down iced coffee on a hot summer day. Enter Starbucks and its not-so-new -yet-perfect solution: Coffee ice. Yes, thats right, for 80 cents per drink you too can pack even more caffeine into the already pretty heavily caffeinated drink offerings available at the coffee chain. The frozen gold ice is in a testing period at 100 stores in St. Louis and Baltimore, Cosmopolitan reports. But if the reactions on social media so far are any indication, you might soon find these pellets of goodness at a bucks near you. #justfoundout #coffeeice is a thing #thanksstarbucks #yum #coffee #starbucks #thegiftthatkeepsongiving A post shared by elyse425 (@elyse425) on May 16, 2017 at 11:31am PDT Of course, considering Starbucks drinks already cost a small fortune before adding 80 cent ice cubes, you still might be more inclined to simply make them yourself at home.
TIME - News
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Louis, as Cosmopolitan reports . The new and improved ingredient is becoming available just as the weather heats up and can be added to any iced drink, including frappuccinos. But it will cost customers an extra $0.80 per drink. And, as Reddit commenters have noted , baristas still have to go into the back freezer to grab your fancy ice. And yet. Those eighty cents and extra seconds might just all add up to a blissfully water-free coffee-drinking experience. That, of course, is priceless. Today I learned two things #Starbucks #CoffeeIce is amazing, and I really like the #ToastedCoconutColdBrew A post shared by Stephanie (@gottalovedove) on May 16, 2017 at 9:14am PDT
France 24
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Though permitted to wear women's undergarments, she was forbidden to grow her hair long. And in court she was still referred to as "he" with regard to any proceedings prior to her official name change. "I am torn up," she said in a 2015 interview with Cosmopolitan magazine. "I get through each day OK, but at night, when I'm alone in my room, I finally burn out and crash." But she also said she found support in letters from transgender people around the world. Her stress over the gender shift led to two suicide attempts in 2016. In September, Manning began a hunger strike to protest what she said was the military's refusal to treat her gender dysphoria. - 'First steps to freedom' - While her leaking secret documents to WikiLeaks still garners tough criticism in US military and intelligence circles, Obama said on January 18 that justice had been adequately served by her seven years behind bars.
Radar Online
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In an interview with Cosmopolitan , singer Mary Lambert opened up like never before, revealing past traumas of her hard upbringing. I was molested by my father at a really young age. You don't know what's happening, especially when you're raised in that environment and your brain is forming, there's a sense of what normal is, she told the publication . But that's not all. PHOTOS: Pamela Anderson Reveals Rape, Molestation and Gang Rape During Charity Foundation Speech I was untreated with bipolar disorder. I was really living in extremes where I would have the best day ever and then I would come home and I would want to die. When I was 16, I snuck into an Army barracks and I was gang-raped. You kind of go into survival mode and are like, OK, how do I navigate this situation?' At just 17, Lambert revealed to her church that she was gay.
Mashable
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Starbucks is yet again trying to get your attention and your money with their latest new drink option. Baristas on Reddit have started discussing making drinks with coffee ice, which are essentially frozen cubes of coffee that cool your beverage just like ice cubes. But while ice cubes dilute your coffee when they melt, coffee ice just melts into more coffee. According to Cosmopolitan , Starbucks would charge customers 80 extra cents to add coffee ice to any iced espresso or brewed beverage. SEE ALSO: Starbucks strikes again with new 'Midnight Mint Mocha Frappuccino' To think that Starbucks wants to charge you almost a whole extra dollar for something that people having been DIYing for years now. One quick search for "coffee ice" on Pinterest shows that this idea is not new or even novel anymore. Read more... More about Watercooler , Conversations , Starbucks , Coffee Ice , and Watercooler
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like a dead parrot. It is not going to remake itself. It has 2 million divisions and problems which it cannot face towards the cosmopolitan liberal people and the cities and younger voters and more traditional voters in the heartlands of the North. It has the Scottish problem and the.
Daily Mail - USA
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McCullough told Cosmo that she hopes to promote science and education with her new platform. The newly crowned Miss USA holds a degree in chemistry with a concentration in radiochemistry from South Carolina State University. I run after-school programs, and tutoring sessions and symposiums. Its about any or all of the sciences, although I am biased; I love to see people major in chemistry ― because the numbers [in that field] are so low, she said. I was actually the only person in my class to graduate with a degree in radiochemistry, and so every summer I had a phenomenal internship and I got paid! Thats why I always try to encourage students to find joy in science, because the opportunities are endless. Head over to Cosmopolitan to read the full interview. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related..
The Week
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Credits Pixabay Alt Text Winchester Where to relocate to get the best of both worlds In Depth Monday, May 15, 2017 - 3:08pm Last year Homes and Property reported that the number of Londoners fleeing the capital for greener pastures had reached a nine-year high as extortionate property prices, overcrowding and air pollution forced families to look further afield to set up home. The exodus shows no signs of slowing down. If you're thinking of joining it, here are ten towns, cities and villages to inspire your 'life after London', whether you're looking for a rural idyll or a cosmopolitan home-from-home. St Albans, Hertfordshire In recent years, St Albans has been well and truly "discovered" by commuters looking to escape the rat race. The cathedral city's lively vibe belies its relatively small size. In particular, St Albans's vibrant arts scene means that culture-vulture Londoners will feel right at home.
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"I studied five years at one of Iran's top architecture universities but what I'm doing now could be done by someone who learnt the software on a two-month course," said 24-year-old designer Parnian Dalili, who nonetheless felt lucky to have landed a job at all. All this has been a boon for Rouhani's conservative opponents, who say the government has failed to cash in on the nuclear deal and ignored the plight of the poor. "A tree that has not born any fruit in four years will not yield anything positive in the future," said Tehran mayor and presidential candidate Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf in the final debate on Friday. - Waiting game - For all its troubles, Iran with its diverse economy and large, cosmopolitan middle class is still a great untapped opportunity among emerging markets, and hardly a week goes by without another huge business delegation coming from Europe or Asia.
BBC R4 FM
5 months
to hear her thoughts on undercurrents which may be at play in the selection and in its over to the EU referendum people who feel left behind by innovative art galleries and cosmopolitan gastropubs and shisha bars it's been a very very long process in parts of the north east it goes way back to the 1970s as a heavy industry began to shut down and there were no viable plans for insuring that there was sufficient work to replace that.
BBC R4 FM
5 months
to hear her thoughts on undercurrents which may be at play in the selection and in its over to the EU referendum people who feel left behind by innovative art galleries and cosmopolitan gastropubs and shisha bars it's been a very very long process in parts of the north east it goes way back to the 1970s as a heavy industry began to shut down and there were no viable plans for insuring that there was sufficient work to replace that.
BBC News 24
5 months
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