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This is a busy theater weekend in Chicago. Playwright David Auburn's "Proof" comes home to Hyde Park after 13 years, and at the Goodman Theatre, William Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure" takes a trip, perhaps a strange trip, to 1970s New York, an era...
A Belarusian border guard reportedly will spend two years behind bars for failing to tell his superiors about a Swedish plane that entered the country in July to make an air drop -- of teddy bears. Hundreds of plush bears with parachutes and protest...
In these free, privileged United States, the phrase "Sex in the City" conjures up a premium-cable experience of hot nights, cool fashion, heavy appetizers and relationship angst so light it might fly away on the West Village breeze. But whither real sex...
Tribune NewspapersThe sex lives of modern cities — Berlin in the 1920s, New York or San Francisco in the 1970s — tend to be characterized in terms of underground cabarets and over-the-top discos, of fast times fueled by carefree hedonism. But the sex life...
World NowBelarus President Alexander Lukashenko, viewed by many as Europe's last dictator, will not attend the London games after being denied a British visa, officials said Wednesday....
World NowTwo generals were sacked and two people were arrested after an air bombardment that has left the president of Belarus fuming over how its borders could be so easily overrun -- by teddy bears. Hundreds of the toys descended on Belarus last month, dropped...
World NowBelarus is pushing Sweden to shutter its embassy in Minsk by the end of the month, the latest in a string of diplomatic salvos between the two countries....
MINSK, Belarus (AP) — A Ukrainian organization of topless female activists says three of its members were abducted by Belarusian security officers, beaten, humiliated and left naked in a forest. The group, called Femen, has become widely known in...
Tags: Belarus, Abusive Behavior, Minsk (Belarus)
World NowAfter a tumultuous year of protests and crackdowns, the island nation of Bahrain has been newly labeled as an “enemy of the Internet” by a nonprofit that advocates for press freedom, Reporters Without Borders. Also on the list are Belarus,...
World NowWhere do people believe that their media are free? A Gallup Poll in 133 countries asked whether residents believed journalists in their countries were free to report the news. Worldwide, nearly two of three people said yes. But the numbers differ...
The Fabulous ForumBeing cut up by Ruslan Salei was a rite of passage for a beat writer, or anyone else who wandered through the Anaheim Ducks' dressing room. There would be the nod, the verbal jab and the closing smirk ... quick and surgically neat....
Jacket CopyTom Stoppard, Don Delillo, E.L. Doctorow and Billy Crudup read in New York Wed Jan 19 to support the Belarus Free Theater....
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