NEWS of the WeiRd

October 2012
Athens News;10/11/2012, p27
The article offers world news briefs as of October 11, 2012. The sale and purchase of male cosmetics in the world is led by South Korea wherein the country's largest male cosmetic selling company reaches the sales of one billion dollars per year. A photographer Clayton Cubitt presents a video art exhibition about a women reading literature loudly.


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