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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's the building Beijing residents love to hate. The dome of the new National Center for the Performing Arts glows luminescent as it emerges from a reflecting pool like a pearl or a rising sun. At least that's the impression the French architects of...
PAMELA DRUCKERMAN is the author of "Lust in Translation: The Rules of Infidelity from Tokyo to Tennessee," which was published in April.Paris — WHEN Nicolas Sarkozy was elected president of France last week, he jumped into a group hug with his family and close supporters. But one key person was absent from the huddle: his wife. Cecilia Sarkozy's no-show (she did appear at a...
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Special to the Chicago TribuneIn times of economic recession, some would argue that the best remedy is to go out and live it up. As always, London remains one of the best places on earth to run away for a pre-holiday long weekend, celebrate life with your sweetheart and do some...
Zap2It.comHe's not dressed for the West this time, but Sam Elliott is still playing a lone ranger of sorts. A veteran of numerous cowboy roles, the rugged, distinctively deep-voiced actor goes contemporary as an international troubleshooter in TNT's new movie...
Times Staff WriterToday, on the 60th anniversary of D-day, world leaders are gathering in Normandy on the north coast of France. Fireworks will light the sky over Arromanches-les-Bains, where the Allies constructed an artificial harbor to support troops infiltrating the...
Special To The TimesGetting there: The nearest airports are Charles de Gaulle (70 miles) and Orly (45 miles) in Paris. Nonstop service is offered on Air France and Air Tahiti Nui; direct service is offered on US Airways, and connecting service (change of planes) is available...
Times Staff WriterFor someone who is — as back-to-back best actor Oscars and the AFI Life Achievement Award attest — arguably the most beloved of modern American actors, Tom Hanks has spent a lot of time recently hiding from himself. Intent on putting some...
Special to The TimesDesign junkies hoping to get a fix on next season's chicest trends in home furnishings and accessories have made the 10th biannual Maison et Objet the unmissable design rendezvous in Paris. This week, more than 65,000 international exhibitors, design...
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Special to The TimesWhen I planned my first trip to New York City — so long ago that one of the biggest-selling guidebooks was titled "New York on $5 a Day" — I read that this was the only city besides Washington where the president could visit and most residents...
Each week in "Readers Recommend," the Travel section shares tips on worthwhile lodgings, restaurants, tour guides and other resources on the road. Here is a roundup of some of the recommendations published in the last year. Although the information here...
Times Staff WriterI moved to Paris in March. Some would say my timing couldn't have been worse, with the value of the dollar eroding and French-American relations icy. But I think there was no better time for shaking up the gray matter and seeing things from a...
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