Weekly Reader

This week's top picks from the IE Communication's team

Music Recommendation: Trombone Shorty

"If you love classic jazz, but need a touch of rock and contemporary get-up and dance mixed in, Trombone Shorty is your guy."

The Guardian: Pussy Riot's Nadezhda Tolokonnikova: Why I have gone on hunger strike

In an open letter, the imprisoned Pussy Riot member explains why the brutal conditions at Penal Colony No 14 have led her to undertake a hunger strike in protest. Read more.

RTVE: Un país para comérselo - Segovia, el camino del agua

Ana Duato recorre Segovia siguiendo el rastro del agua de la sierra, la ruta de sus ríos; el viaje comienza en Sacramenia, cerca del Duero, con una visita a la tierras de Pepe González, de quien la actriz aprenderá sobre el cordero y la mejor forma de asar el lechazo. Video.

NYTimes: Harvard Business School Case Study: Gender Equity

When the members of the Harvard Business School class of 2013 gathered in May to celebrate the end of their studies, there was little visible evidence of the experiment they had undergone for the last two years. Read more.

Telegraph: San Sebastian Film Festival: 5 reasons why it's the best in the world

Never mind Cannes or Toronto. Thanks to its friendliness, party favours, and films, San Sebastian is the festival to beat, says David Gritten. Read more.

This week's edition compiled by @kelissa.