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  • For Bosnia-Herzegovina, playing in World Cup is a victory

    I love this season. In Mexico, as in much of Latin America, cities become paralyzed as seemingly everyone watches the games of the World Cup. You walk through the streets of this capital of 20 million people, for example, and hear the collective...
  • Who will win the World Cup? We make our picks

    Who will win the World Cup? We make our picks
    Arguably the deepest and most talented World Cup field of all time begins the quest for the cup today in Brazil and we've looked into our crystal ball to make our picks on how it will end up. Paul Tenorio, our soccer beat writer, joined me to...
  • World Cup schedule: When to watch the group-play games on TV

    World Cup schedule: When to watch the group-play games on TV
    The 2014 World Cup officially gets underway Thursday in Brazil when the host country takes on Croatia at 1 p.m. PDT on ESPN. But what about the rest of the games? Are you trying to plan your days so you can watch all the matches? Below is the entire...
  • World Cup games Sunday on TV

    GROUP E: SWITZERLAND vs. ECUADOR Where: Brasilia. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ABC, Univision. The buzz: Switzerland comes into this one ranked sixth in the world but still facing doubts about whether it's really that good after unimpressive warmup victories...
  • Greek land mine scandal sparks far-reaching investigation

    Greek land mine scandal sparks far-reaching investigation
    Tens of millions of dollars in public funding for nongovernmental aid organizations is under scrutiny after the arrest of the head of a mine-clearing organization accused of embezzling $12.4 million, Greek authorities say. Three civil servants could...
  • Danis Tanovic Wins European Union Prix Media

    Bosnian filmmaker Danis Tanovic has been named the winner of the 2014 European Union Prix Media for drama "What Are You Looking At?" The prize goes to a writer and producer for a film project with the best box office potential submitted for development...
  • Few surprises on Mexico's World Cup roster

    Few surprises on Mexico's World Cup roster
    Mexican Coach Miguel Herrera on Friday announced his 23-man roster for next month's World Cup and it is heavy with players from Mexico's Liga MX, including five from Club America, the team Herrera formerly coached, as well as 35-year-old defender Rafa...
  • Nigeria and Iran battle to scoreless draw

    Nigeria and Iran battle to scoreless draw
    CURRITIBA, Brazil -- Opening play in Group F, Nigeria and Iran played to a listless, 0-0 draw, the first of its kind in the 2014 World Cup at the Arena de Baixada. Despite a few early chances for the Super Eagles, there was nothing to split the teams on...
  • World Cup Games on Univision, ESPN Netting 7.5 Million Viewers

    Viewer interest seems to be strong for this year's World Cup, with Univision and ESPN averaging a combined 7.5 million television viewers -- up vs. four years ago -- for their Group Play coverage since Thursday. According to in-home viewing estimates...
  • Joffrey Ballet will stage a 'Romeo' for our time

     Joffrey Ballet will stage a 'Romeo' for our time
    Choreographer Krzysztof Pastor sometimes sets off metal detectors, the shrapnel in his body a permanent reminder of violent conflict. "I was bombed in Zagreb," he says, "during the Balkan war." While the Polish native was working on a creative project...
  • Join the wine club: 'Red, White & Weird' and 'Le Metro - Wine. Underground.'

    Join the wine club: 'Red, White & Weird' and 'Le Metro - Wine. Underground.'
    I had no idea that the wonderfully eclectic wine and spirits shop Bar & Garden in Culver City had a wine club until I stopped in on Saturday and spotted a flier by the cash register. The name — “Red, White & Weird” -- says it all -- this...
  • City Lights: Trying to understand genocide

    City Lights: Trying to understand genocide
    If you've ever been to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, you may recall the installation that tracks the rise of the Third Reich in Germany. One of the early scenes depicts an outdoor cafe in Berlin in the early 1930s where customers talk casually...