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  • Mel Gibson on Hollywood, Independent Filmmaking, Sharks, Vikings and Gary Oldman

    KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic -- Mel Gibson is at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, where he received the Crystal Globe for outstanding artistic contribution to world cinema. He also went on stage before an open-air screening of "Mad Max," attended...
  • Elaine Stritch, Acerbic Tony and Emmy Winner, Dies at 89

    Actress Elaine Stritch, star of Broadway hits including "Elaine Stritch at Liberty" and "Show Boat," who was nominated for multiple Tonys and Emmys, winning three of the latter, has died. She was 89. Stritch, an atypical star of stage and screen known...
  • Spain's famed bull run festival begins in Pamplona

    Thousands of revelers crammed into the main square and adjacent narrow streets of northern Pamplona on Sunday for the start of Spain's famed San Fermin running of the bulls festival — a potent mix of adrenaline and alcohol-fueled celebrations that...
  • Sun Valley: Media Moguls and Tech Titans Mingle at Allen & Co. Conference

    The signs are simple, unadorned, set against a white backdrop. "Private function," they read. That's the way Allen & Co., the investment bank that sponsors the closely-watched annual media conference at Idaho ski resort Sun Valley, wants to keep it....
  • Gored author of bull-running book will return to Pamplona

    Bill Hillmann wrote about how not to get gored by bulls in Pamplona in "Fiesta: How to Survive the Bulls of Pamplona," then got gored in Pamplona. And yet he plans to return to Spain's annual running of the bulls, he writes in the Washington Post....
  • Chicago author of 'How to Survive the Bulls of Pamplona' gored -- but will run again

    Chicago author of 'How to Survive the Bulls of Pamplona' gored -- but will run again
    A Chicago author who wrote a chapter of the book “How to Survive the Bulls of Pamplona” was gored Wednesday during the Spanish bull running festival. “When I fell, the bull fell with me and gored me in one motion,” said Bill...
  • Belly up to bar for Florida history

    Belly up to bar for Florida history
    Too often, the nobility of tipping beers at a bar goes unappreciated, even on a leisurely Florida road trip. Wouldn't it be better to be out exploring the state's history at an old Spanish castle — or standing in line at a popular tourist...
  • Bizarre spots around the world

    Bizarre spots around the world
    "Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies" Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $25 Alastair Bonnett was born and grew up in Epping, a commuter town near London. He describes it as being "pleasant enough but generic and...
  • Review: 'American Cool' by Joel Dinerstein and Frank H. Goodyear III

    Review: 'American Cool' by Joel Dinerstein and Frank H. Goodyear III
    Duke Kahanamoku hand-carved surfboards out of wood and helped spawn modern surfing. He was an Olympic swimming champ who legitimized aquatic competition. As the "Ambassador of Aloha," he did more to promote tourism in Hawaii than hula dances and leis....
  • King of hotel-keepers put name to luxury

     King of hotel-keepers put name to luxury
    Cesar Ritz was a Victorian era hotelier who did much more than open luxury hotels, many of which bore his name. His modern ideas about accommodations, including an insistence on the finest cuisine, so captured the world's imagination that the word "ritzy"...
  • Review: 'The Most Dangerous Book' by Kevin Birmingham

    Review: 'The Most Dangerous Book' by Kevin Birmingham
    On June 16, 1904, the young James Joyce first spent time with Nora Barnacle. Each year on that date, called "Bloomsday," that encounter is celebrated everywhere by the writer's devotees — though the celebration is of an imagined, not actual, event....
  • Orlando Philharmonic has unique vision for 'La Traviata'

     Orlando Philharmonic has unique vision for 'La Traviata'
    For "La Traviata," the final production of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra's season, the creative team decided to try something new. Oh, all the elements that have made the opera beloved to generations of fans will be intact: Verdi's emotional music,...