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PIX11.comPIX11's Debra Alfarone hopped on the Dunkin Donuts Studio On The Run and spoke with actor Stephen Dorff from the new movie "The Immortals." Visionary director Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) transports us in this epic tale of treachery, vengeance and...
While many Hoosiers can't afford a trip out of town, the people paid to run Indianapolis International Airport are flying around the world. From Denmark to Brazil and Zurich to Greece, the world travel bills are a concern for some city leaders. "It's...
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Josh Lavin of Trireme Imports will guide you through recent developments in the wines of Greece, one of the world's oldest wine-making regions.The seminar will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Blue Talon Bistro in Williamsburg. ...
"Nanotechnology," observes Colin Quinn at the start of his whip-smart Broadway solo show, "can stop a global plague. But we still need guards at the zoo." As the Wednesday night audience at the Broadway Playhouse was first trying to follow that remark,...
AP Business WriterBANGKOK (AP) — Asian stocks fell Tuesday, dragged down by sharp losses in European markets the day before as fears mounted of a worsening global economy. Oil slid to below $84 a barrel amid expectations that continued weakness in developed...
Hristos K. Kanelakis, 70, of Mechanicsburg, Pa., passed away Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011, at his home. Born Jan. 1, 1941, in Agrinion, Greece, he was the son of the late Kimon and Maria (Tsironis) Kanelakis. He was the owner of Country Chef Restaurant...
So corn is rockin' north of $7, beans are toyin' with $14, cattle look to be headed to who-knows-where, wheat prices for almost every variety are tall to really tall, and hogs, well, bacon is sellin' for what steak used to. Wow, huh? And here are two...
For some time, I have been reading about the problems created by the vast number of baby boomers reaching retirement age. This week, I became part of the problem. After almost 34 years writing for The Baltimore Sun, I am saying so long. I applied for a...
KIAHGreek Finance Minister, Evangelos Venizelos, has a lot on his plate. Tax hikes, pension cuts and strikes have the city of Athens nearly at a standstill. Public transport workers, which are taxi drivers, teachers and air traffic controllers, are...
The strain of deteriorating economic conditions and the failure of governments to contain the damage are raising fears that a new financial market meltdown may be unavoidable. The grim mood was evident worldwide as a cascade of selling in stocks and...
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