A San Diego runner and cancer survivor says she was snubbed by a popular women's magazine that used a photo of her wearing a tutu to make fun of the fitness fashion trend. Monika Allen said she was “stunned and...
Sara Duane's insight:
You would think an editor of a nationally published magazine would do a little research to make sure they don't make fools of themselves, but you would be wrong. Future credibility, shattered.
Facing mounting pressure from the LGBT community's Russian boycott campaign, the CEO of Stolichnaya Vodka has written an open letter to the LGBT community in order to distance themselves from the anti-gay and oppressive Russian regime.
UPDATE: The bakery is now claiming its social-media accounts were hacked, and that it did not post the incendiary messages. This claim is not being wholeheartedly accepted by commenters on the Facebook page.
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