The Economic Times
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Discrimination has forced many people to the suburbs, making city centres less cosmopolitan, with high rents already making them unaffordable for poorer workers.
Adweek
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Snapchat Discover is one of todays hottest sources of news, but its possibly ... too hot? With an expected IPO just months away, Snapchat wants to start cleaning up Discovers often racy contentcreated by a select group of publishers including Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan and MTVby moving away from headlines such as I lost a breast to a nipple ring and The Naughtiest Pasta Shapes Ever. Snapchat parent Snap Inc. is making some updates to its guidelines for publishers to hold them more accountable for creating content thats informative, factual and safe. So what will users discover in a more tasteful Snapchat? It depends partially on age. Publishers will have to be more conscious about whats suitable for anyone under 18. According to Snap, nudity, pornographic imagery and other indecent, obscene or profane content will be off-limits unless they use an age-gate for inappropriate photos, videos and text.
The Week
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Alt Text Beauty Whether its long, lustrous hair, supermodel brows, or flawless skin, make this year your best with these top beauty products In Depth Monday, January 23, 2017 - 4:07pm See related Top five luxury nail bars in London See related How did Donald Trump win the presidency? As the end of January approaches, New Year's resolutions might seem like a distant memory. But if your beauty goals for 2017 still seem out of reach, it's worth remembering that Rome wasn't built in a day. With small and consistent modifications throughout the year, those aspirations can still be achieved, especially with these handy products to help get you there. Longer hair According to Cosmopolitan UK , one of the most Googled beauty questions of 2016 was "How to make hair grow faster" – the age-old query on every woman's mind after a bad haircut. Typically, hair grows at a maximum of half an inch a month and, on average, we lose about 60 to 100 hairs per day, which means that growing it is really down to patience.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Voice Of America
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Informed Comment
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I could go on analyzing Trump's lies and his Neofascist code words. But you get the picture. He and his billionaire cabinet are the natural leaders of the white Volk of Amerika, so much so that they are The People. Unlike the racialists of the 1930s, he will allow some individuals from the minorities along for the ride if they are ideologically aligned with the real Americans. He is going to kick out the cosmopolitan, half-breed traitors in the name of America First (not being a historian of the United States, it was only about a decade ago that I discovered how ugly these seemingly admirable phrase is). And he is going to run down all of America's beauty and achievements and causes for pride so as to pull the wool over the eyes of The People and get them to back him in a new, authoritarian coup government for the United States one where de facto most of the Bill of Rights are abolished except for the Second.
South China Morning Post
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Bangalore, an Indian city famed for soothing weather and affable people, faced an unfamiliar storm on New Years Eve, when a horde of drunken revellers descended on its business district and proceeded to molest dozens of young women. So perhaps its not surprising that this cosmopolitan citys night of shame, as local media have dubbed it, has elicited such a wide variety of responses and explanations. At first, said officials, it was a case of such things...
The Week
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5% I admit this doesnt sound like a sane choice – a Bulgarian pinot noir? However, it exudes gentleness and elegant fruit. Strangely, this pinot noir is reminiscent of Château Rayas, the most refined and exotic Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Some may find it too delicate at first, but give it an hour or so to breathe, and you will be amazed at its complexity and sophistication. A steal at the price. The Week Wines price: £114.00, usually £150.00. Click here to order Papegaai, Swartland 2016 13% Adi Badenhorst is one of the most charismatic wine-makers in Swartland, and this wine is named after the Cape Parrot (Papegaai) – an endangered species that Adi is trying to rescue. The mixture of grapes here makes this sound like the most cosmopolitan wine imaginable: chenin, chardonnay and viognier. However, it is packed with luscious fruit with just a shimmer of acid at the very end, which enhances the experience.
Mashable
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Snowboarding company Burton is making it as easy as possible for their employees to attend Jan. 21 Women's March on Washington. CEO and co-owner Donna Carpenter told Cosmopolitan in an interview that not only will she be attending the march, she's bringing a posse : her employees. SEE ALSO: How to get involved with the Women's March on Washington if you're not in D.C. Carpenter extended an offer to her Vermont-based employees that would provide them with two nights in a hotel as well as up to $250 to be spent on airfare. "About 25" employees have taken her up on her offer so far, all women except for one man. Read more... More about Ceo , Burton , Women S Rights , Women , and Watercooler
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Adweek
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Snapchat is encouraging brands to run longer video by buying bigger packages of ads. According to sources, Snap has started pitching brands on a new type of ad package called sequenced messaging, a type of sequential advertising, in recent weeks. The new ad pricing bundles video ads together so brands can run back-to-back video ads with different creative within Discoverthe apps hub of daily content from publishers including Cosmopolitan, CNN and The Daily Mailto tell one story. For example, one media buyer described how marketers can cut up a 30-second spot into three 10-second ads that run consecutively. Think about taking a 30-second asset and getting it cropped up into three 10-second spots. Im going to buy three back-to-back ads, and Im going to tell this sequential story, said a digital ad buyer who was recently briefed on Snapchats ad packages and spoke with Adweek on condition of anonymity.
Design Milk - Interior Design
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Plymouth Herald
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Roger Malone chats to Jimmy Thomas about his sporting collection. There is one name that still resonates in both the regional and wider world of boxing, long after its demise. Mention The Cosmo, an affectionate abbreviation for Plymouth's Cosmopolitan Gymnasium, to fight fans and their eyes will mist over in nostalgic revere. READ: Fantastic pictures show Plymouth Argyle's first FA Cup semi-final in season of 1983/84 It opened in 1907 in the Winter Gardens a large ramshackle barn...
Adweek
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Specs Who Michele Promaulayko Current gig Editor in chief of Cosmopolitan and editorial director of Seventeen Previous gig Editor in chief, Yahoo Health Twitter @michprom Age 46 Adweek: Right around the time that you were named editor of Cosmopolitan, E! began filming a docuseries about the magazine, So Cosmo [premiering Feb. 8]. What was it like getting this huge job and then immediately being on a reality show? Michele Promaulayko: It was next-level insane. It was kind of just a trial by fire, you just get thrown in. Thats Cosmoeverythings done in big fashionbut it was kind of crazy. Did you know that you were going to be part of a TV show when you signed on to become editor? Well, its funny Yes and no. Yes, in the sense that I knew about it from having read about it, but it wasnt something that factored largely into the conversation.
Daily Mail - Tennis
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Adweek
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Joanna Coles hoped that her E! reality series about Cosmopolitan magazine, So Cosmo, would have enough on-screen drama to carry through an eight-episode debut season. But she didnt know that she would be the one providing the showwhich looks at the lives of the editors behind the fashion magazinewith its most jaw-dropping twist. Last September, on the first day of filming, Coles announced that she was stepping down as Cosmopolitan editor in chief to become chief content office of Hearst Magazines . (Im still trying to figure out what the hell it means, she said of her new title.) When they were setting up So Comso, which premieres Feb. 8, I didnt know that I was going to be promoted within the ranks of Hearst, Coles said at the Television Critics Associations winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif.
E! News
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E! News
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The singer opens up to "Cosmopolitan" South Africa, saying she's pro 'no sex before marriage' because "it's important to have standards."
The Week
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The Week
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BBC News - Entertainment & Arts
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The Huffington Post
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It was not exactly the old division, left versus right. Trump provoked a populist-elitist division by fiercely attacking the cosmopolitan ruling class. ``There is nothing that the political establishment will not do, no lie that they won't tell, to hold their prestige and power at your expense,'' he told a rally in Florida in October. Resentment of intellectuals and educated elites is an old theme in U.S. politics, going all the way back to Andrew Jackson. Trump exploited it relentlessly. He ended up carrying non-college educated white voters by better than two to one . The cultural elite's response to Trump? Contempt. Actress Meryl Streep denounced Trump as a ``bully'' for his ``instinct to humiliate'' the less fortunate. Trump's response? Defiance. He called Streep ``one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood'' and ``a Hillary flunky who lost big.
The Week
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Visitors to Denmarks new culinary capital can look forward to a year filled with events and breathtaking artworks In Depth Friday, January 13, 2017 - 4:11pm Thanks to its delicious Nordic food, its wildly popular crime thrillers and its ability to embrace life's simple pleasures, the world's happiest country has become a trendy travel destination. While the travel gems of Copenhagen are well known, this year Denmark's much-hyped capital will move aside to give its often-forgotten little sister, the northern port city of Aarhus, the chance to emerge from the shadows as the European Capital of Culture in 2017. This cute-yet-cosmopolitan city packs a surprisingly large cultural punch for a town with just 300,000 residents. Given its myriad attractions, it's surely only a matter of time before Aarhus becomes a top destination for elegant city breaks.