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Postcards from FloridaIt's too late to catch†this year's Coachella Festival, but there are plenty of other options on this list complied by www.Cheapflights.com. They also would want you to check out their site for affordable airfare, if you decide to go check out the music....
Seventeen years ago, when Eva Franchi began annual concerts honoring her husband, the elegant Italian tenor Sergio Franchi, her grief after her husband's death from cancer in 1990 was still fresh. The last thing on her mind was a dress code. But when...
The Invisible Bridge. Julie Orringer. Alfred A. Knopf. $26.95. 608 pp. It has been seven years since Julie Orringer made her hardcover debut with an intelligent, stylistically assured collection of fiercely, if darkly, observed short stories titled...
If you're still looking for a "big" novel to carry into the summer holidays — one in which you can lose yourself without the guilty suspicion that you're slumming — then Julie Orringer's "The Invisible Bridge" is the book you want. It has...
Tags: Massacres, Nazi Party, Judaism, Germany, Death
The equinox is past, the shadows have lengthened, and apples, pears, winter greens and mushrooms are filling the markets. It's the time of year when you remember that you possess a working oven in which to roast birds and gratins and root vegetables....
Tags: Mountains, Landforms, David Lynch, Dining and Drinking, Oregon
Associated PressBela Kiraly, one of the military leaders of Hungary's short-lived anti-Soviet revolution in 1956, has died, the government said. He was 97. A brief Defense Ministry statement provided no other details. The daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet reported that...
Egon Ronay English food critic wrote restaurant guides Egon Ronay, 94, an English food critic whose eponymous restaurant guides helped Britain embrace fine dining after years of postwar austerity, died Saturday at his home west of London after a short...
Money & CompanyTempering fears about Hungary. Hungarian officials tried to dial down the fears about its economy after some ill-timed comments last week by a few political leaders sent markets reeling. China lashes out at Goldman. State-controlled newspapers in China...
Culture MonsterOne fascinating fact about the restitution lawsuit filed in U.S. courts this week by the heirs of Jewish art collector M√≥r Lip√≥t Herzog, who are seeking the return of over 40 artworks they've identified as looted during World War II,......
Staff reporter(AP) - Hungarian officials say a female body recovered in the Delaware River is that of a missing student who disappeared after the amphibious tour boat she was riding in was struck by a barge. A statement from Hungary's foreign ministry says U.S....
Like a lot of kids in the summer of 1972, I was riveted by a strange spectacle unfolding in Iceland: a chess match between Soviet grandmaster Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer, the mercurial young American. The games weren't televised -- Fischer...
Restaurant CriticBrentwood is rife with Italian restaurants opened by Italian waiters who used to work somewhere else. Kiss. Kiss. Ciao. Add in a copycat menu of L.A. Italian dishes, preferably Tuscan-inspired, a celebrity or two disguised in scruffy attire: success, even...
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