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  • Deer antler spray? Enough already

    I have read with interest The Sun's coverage of Ray Lewis, S.W.A.T.S. and the deer antler spray that company allegedly provided him ("S.W.A.T.S. co-founder sticks to story," Jan. 31). As far as I have been able to ascertain from these articles, the...
  • College students put their imprint on the BMA's latest show

    College students put their imprint on the BMA's latest show
    When painting student Jennifer Tam studied a series of Marcel Duchamp prints of boldly colored, spinning discs, she became convinced that the enigmatic works had to be included in the big new show opening Sundayat the Baltimore Museum of Art. "Twelve...
  • Eloy Gutierrez Menoyo dies at 77; Cuban rebel later opposed Castro

    Eloy Gutierrez Menoyo, a rebel leader in the Cuban revolution who went from fighting alongside Fidel Castro to spending 22 brutal years in prison after trying to overthrow him, has died. He was 77. Gutierrez Menoyo died Friday of a heart attack at a...
  • Latest threat to the Eurozone: Catalonia independence quest

     
    Global Focus: Just when it seemed stability was on the horizon for the tumultuous Eurozone, with Spain getting a grip on its debt financing and a plan to bail out insolvent banks, a fresh threat to the common currency has emerged with Catalonia's...
  • Art Institute review: When Picasso met Chicago

    Art Institute review: When Picasso met Chicago
    In 1913, the Art Institute did something astonishing. It opened its hallowed halls to an exhibition so radical that it would forever alter the course of art-making in the United States. The event was the International Exhibition of Modern Art, better...
  • PASSINGS: Manuel Fraga Iribarne

    PASSINGS: Manuel Fraga Iribarne
    Manuel Fraga Iribarne, 89, a blunt-talking politician who founded Spain's ruling conservative party and was the last surviving minister from Gen. Francisco Franco's right-wing regime, died Sunday of heart failure at his Madrid home, according to the...
  • Movie Review: There Be Dragons

     
    The last time we took any note of Roland Joffe, the director of “The Mission” and “The Killing Fields,” it was through his take on the ugly genre “torture porn” titled “Captivity” back in 2007. To be fair,...
  • Opera review: Trimpin's 'The Gurs Zyklus' has its premiere at Stanford University

     
    Mark Swed reviews the premiere of Trimpin's opera built of contraptions, "The Gurs Zyklus," which had its premiere at Standford University Saturday....
  • At UCF, rare music manuscript yields clues to its history

     
    Like a detective hunting for clues, Kathleen Sewright pores over a fragile music manuscript on an upper floor of University of Central Florida’s library. There is a mystery afoot: What is the history of the extremely rare, centuries-old...
  • LAPD seizes 9 kilos of coke, 300 pot plants and weapons in raid

     
    Los Angeles police seized 9 kilos of cocaine, 300 marijuana plants, several weapons and arrested six people as part of an investigation of an interstate drug-trafficking operation allegedly run out of a Reseda medical marijuana dispensary, authorities...
  • Spanish government approves sweeping labor reforms

     
    The Spanish government approved sweeping labor reforms that it says are necessary to get the flagging economy back on track. The controversial reforms are the centerpiece of changes advocated by the new conservative government of Prime Minister Mariano...
  • Spain unveils unprecedented austerity budget to avoid EU bailout

     
    Spanish government unveils most austere budget in its democracy; Spanish markets react favorably...