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Robyn Releases ‘Honey’ After Eight-Year Hiatus

Contests
After eight long years, Robyn’s follow up to her beloved album "Body Talk" is finally here. "Honey" has been released into the world. ...
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What to Do on Your First Parisian Adventure

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Travel
Paris cast a spell on me, as it does with many who flip through the pages of travel and fashion magazines and books filled with spellbinding lyrical prose and photographs that capture the romance and grittiness of the City of Lights. ...
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Women’s Rights Icons, Friends Remember Anthony Bourdain

Travel
Popular or not, Anthony Bourdain didn’t seem to care. He was focused, even as celebrity completely altered his life in an instant, on doing his work in an authentic and truthful way. And he stood up for women - without wanting to be named. ...
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Top 5 LGBT Friendly Places to Visit This Summer

Travel
Unless you plan to go to Russia or other orthodox countries who frown at LGBT people, you will get the vibe that in Europe there is pride. Here a list of excellent places to check off your bucket list. ...
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Can Can Kitchen and Cabaret Melts Pike Place Market with ‘Ice Cream’ Production

Can Can "Ice Cream" Still
Entertainment Local
The temperature continues to rise in Seattle and nowhere is it more apparent than at Seattle's hottest themed dance show "Ice Cream" at Can Can Kitchen and Cabaret (playing now through Oct. 1). ...
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Proud Gay Police Officer Xavier Jugelé Killed in Paris, ISIS Takes Credit

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International
Out and proud policeman Xavier Jugelé was killed Thursday evening after responding to a terrorist attack on Paris’s most famous boulevard, Champs-Élysées. ...
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The Low-Down on Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Moulin Rouge! The Musical
Entertainment
The 2001 Oscar-nominated film Moulin Rouge is in the midst of being adapted into the musical, Moulin Rouge! The Musical. ...
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Cosy’s Apartments Cadet Makes You Feel (Almost) Parisian

Entering into Cosy’s Apartments Cadet courtyard, where there is a garage near the front entrance of the hotel’s courtyard, before the pathway into the lobby.
Travel
The Cosy’s Apartments Cadet was nestled in the 9th arrondissement in a section that is inhabited by a Middle Eastern and Orthodox Jewish community. ...
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Gallivanting Women Get Inspired to Explore The World

Julia Cosgrove of AFAR Magazine, Paula Froelich, of Yahoo! Travel, and noted journalist Laura Ling (l-r)/Photo: Heather Cassell
Travel
It was an enthralling two days all about women and travel at the Women’s Travel Fest last year, which means that the third annual Fest in 2016 will be even bigger and better. ...
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After Paris: The Search for Goodness in Humanity

Editorial
They tell you to have a thick skin in media, but sometimes I forget to guard my soul. I am confused at our cannibalistic ways. ...
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