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To heel or not to heel, that is the Cannes question

FRANCE  Perhaps not since Cinderella lost a glass slipper at the ball has there been such a stir about glamorous footwear as there was on Tuesday in Cannes over a report that women had been turned away from a film premiere for failing to wear heels.Social media and the festival gossip circuit lit up after the Screen Daily trade publication reported that a handful of women had been refused entry to Sunday s premiere of Todd Haynes s lesbian romance "Carol" for wearing flats.Festival director Thierry Fremaux tweeted: "For the steps, the rules haven t changed.  No smoking, evening wear.  There is no mention of heels."Asif Kapadia, the director of the Amy Winehouse documentary "Amy," said on Twitter that his wife was initially refused entry to his film s Cannes premiere on

Rid of CDs, Starbucks teams up with Spotify

Rid of CDs, Starbucks teams up with SpotifyNEW YORK: Months after ending its tradition of CD sales, coffee giant Starbucks on Monday confirmed the rapid growth of music streaming as it announced a partnership with Spotify.The Swedish streaming leader will give accounts to its premium service to Starbuck´s 150,000 employees in the United States starting this fall, allowing them to create playlists for stores.Starbucks in turn will promote Spotify´s premium service -- which costs $9.99 a month --in part by making the

Win free tickets for 3 Bahadur at Mc Donald’s

A multinational fast food outlet has announced its partnership with 3 Bahadur, the first animated 3D movie of Pakistan.The movie is being directed by Oscar-winner, Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy, who spoke excitedly about her latest venture. 3 Bahadur is the story of three children, gifted with extreme courage and unique super powers who fight against evil forces to restore peace in their neighborhood.As a result of their joint promotion, Mc Donald’s will be launching the Bahadur Meal, which comes with a Bahadur

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