They Are Free For The Taking.

The group has been around for three years now and this time of year is their citywide clothes drive, but they also have community outreach events once a month. #KindFlash started as a Facebook group that now has more than 1,200 members. This weekend they are hoping to serve 55 communities throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. Friday, Saturday and Sunday volunteers will take all the gloves, scarves and hats collected at the dozens of donation sites around the city, put them in Ziploc bags and leave them around outside. They are free for the taking. Last year they served 51 Greater Cincinnati

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"I'm not a slave to not wearing makeup either. I get to choose at [any] given moment. That's my right." "I think makeup can be self-expression," she continued. "I have no intention to shame anyone at all [who chooses to wear it]. No one should be ashamed by the way you choose to express yourself. And that's exactly the point. However, if you want to do that for yourself, you should do that." Keys revealed that back when she was just starting her music career at 20 years old "in this ridiculously invasive world," makeup artists would cover her in makeup, then "[throw] me under tons of lights"

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Men As Well As Women Wear The Same Attire, With A Difference In The India, There Is Quite A Similarity In The Dressing Patterns When Comparisons Are Made In Certain Regions.

Kashmiri pashminas, with intricate embroidery, can now fetch as much as 500,000 Indian rupees ($10,000) a piece at trendy boutiques and department stores in London or New York. Plain hand-woven pieces are less expensive at a few hundred dollars, but even these are out of the grasp of most people compared to good quality, machine-made alternatives which are priced at up to 2,500 rupees ($52) each. "It is difficult to find what is real and what is fake for a customer," said Shakeel Ahmad, a shawl dealer in Srinagar's main market. "Machine-made designs are more trendy, much cheaper and attract

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