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Corrida musical en Las Ventas

La histórica plaza de toros madrileña alberga El Invernadero, un nuevo proyecto que busca devolver el prestigio melómano al recinto

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Source: El Pais

Supplement Makers Touting Cures for Alzheimer’s and Other Diseases Get F.D.A. Warning

The agency warned 12 dietary supplement companies to stop marketing such products for disease treatments, and called for tougher regulation of the $40 billon industry.

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Source: The New York Times

Katy Perry’s shoes pulled after ‘blackface’ backlash

Dear fashion people: Please stop trying to make “blackface” happen. First it was Prada. Then Gucci. Now, pop star Katy Perry (who, yes, is apparently a fashion designer) is in hot water for selling shoes that evoke — intentionally or not — the racist imagery. The styles in question —  a pair of mules and. . .

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Source: New York Post