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  • Danube waltz: Viking Freya cruise offers history, a sense of intimacy

    Danube waltz: Viking Freya cruise offers history, a sense of intimacy
    On the Viking Freya, most of the staterooms measure 135 to 205 square feet. One night I found a towel elephant along with the daily newsletter on my bed. Those are about all she has in common with the cruise ships lined up at Port Miami and Port...
  • Ballet, opera onscreen at Enzian Theater

    Ballet, opera onscreen at Enzian Theater
    If you're looking for opera or ballet this summer, look no further than Enzian Theater in Maitland. The Enzian's annual Opera and Ballet on the Big Screen Summer Series runs through Sept. 20. Performances are filmed at some of the world's great arts...
  • Peace remains elusive [Editorial]

    As Briton paused on Monday to mark the 100th anniversary of the war to end all wars, it is hard to see where we've made much progress in our quest for world peace, or advancement in our ability to get along with our neighbors. World War I started...
  • Miles de personas se suman a demanda colectiva en Austria contra Facebook

    VIENA (Reuters) - Más de 17.000 personas decidieron unirse a un recurso legal colectivo de un estudiante austriaco de Derecho contra Facebook por supuestas violaciones de la red social a la privacidad de sus usuarios, dijo el martes el demandante. Max...
  • ECB says Hungary's new law could hurt financial stability

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's plans to force banks to refund borrowers for overcharging could hurt financial stability and the authorities should consider the effects carefully when drawing up further measures, the European Central Bank said. The...
  • Soccer fans often feel pain — and sometimes even a bite

     Soccer fans often feel pain — and sometimes even a bite
    In an exclusive interview, Raffaele Raia — the noted Italian soccer aficionado from Oliveto Citra, near Salerno — said America is missing only one thing to fully grasp World Cup soccer. "Until Americans live and die with it, as we Italians...
  • Eliza Ardizzone, equestrian

    Eliza Ardizzone, equestrian
    Eliza Ardizzone, who was born in Lake Forest, loved to go horseback riding with her family in Mexico, where they lived when she was 7. That childhood passion only grew stronger. By her early teens she knew she wanted a career working with horses. In her...
  • WWI, the not so great war

    NEWBURY, England -- World War I began as most wars do with patriotic fervor and predictions of a quick end. It lasted four years. While the match igniting the "war to end all wars" was lit by the assassination of Austria's Archduke Ferdinand on June 28,...
  • América Móvil dice no planea vender torres de transmisión telefónica

    MÉXICO DF (Reuters) - América Móvil quiere separar, pero no vender, su infraestructura de torres de transmisión telefónicas en México como parte de una estrategia de venta y escisión de activos con la que busca librarse de regulaciones asimétricas en el...
  • Around Broadneck: Eggert retiring from Broadneck High after 17 years

    'Keep calm and carry on" could have been written about William "Bill" Eggert. For the past 17 years, he's been an administrator at Broadneck High School, most of it as an assistant principal. On June 30, after a 37-year career as an educator in Baltimore...
  • Lionsgate, Studiocanal Expanding Movie Output Deal, Starting with 'Mockingjay'

    Lionsgate has expanded its partnership with European conglomerate Studiocanal for the distribution of Lionsgate feature films in Germany, Austria and Switzerland -- starting with "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1." The new deal includes "The Hunger...
  • John Kass: Soccer fans often feel pain -- and sometimes even a bite

    In an exclusive interview, Raffaele Raia -- the noted Italian soccer aficionado from Oliveto Citra, near Salerno -- said America is missing only one thing to fully grasp World Cup soccer. "Until Americans live and die with it, as we Italians do, you won'...