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Celebrity chef Carluccio dies at 80

‘A charming don’ Jamie Oliver paid tribute to his “first London boss”, working with the Italian at Carluccio’s Neal Street Restaurant in Covent Garden 25 years ago. “He was such a charismatic charming don of all things Italian,” Oliver wrote on Instagram. “Always hanging out the front door of the restaurant with a big fat

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29 Huge Social Media Gaffes By Huge Companies

It’s kind of a mystery at this point as to why social media gaffs keep happening. Once upon time, you could blame it on not really understanding how outlets like Twitter and Facebook worked. Now, though? There’s been a precedent set by so many dumb mistakes that it’s pretty inexcusable. For example … by Busteq

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How The Fashion World Glamorizes Rape, Abuse, And Murder

Outside of a Zoolander situation, the fashion industry is about as dangerous as wearing plaid with stripes (that is, once you’re past the production phase). Or that’s what you might think if it’s been a while since you’ve thumbed through a filthy Vogue at the dentist. Contemporary fashion advertising is all about beautiful lifeless women,

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Russia Ready To Test Missile That Has Power To Wipe Out Texas

Halloween is less than a week away and if tales of clowns and ghosts don’t scare you, the RS-28 Sarmat – Russia’s newest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) – just might.  While Trump and Kim Jong Un have been occupying most nuke-themed headlines recently, Russia has been quietly preparing to test-launch a missile that’s been under construction