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  • DeSales men headed overseas again

     
    The DeSales men's basketball team is taking an international trip for the fifth time in the last 15 years later this month. Coach Scott Coval and the Bulldogs are headed to Munich, Germany, and Prague, Czech Republic. The 8-day tour......
  • DeSales men return from European trip

     
    The DeSales men's basketball team finished up its trip in Germany by splitting its final two games before sight-seeing in and around Munich. The coaching staff of, from left, Scott Coval Harry Morra, Gary Jurosky and Jeff Silk enjoyed the......
  • MPAA Fires Back at Piracy Study

    The MPAA rejected Wednesday the findings of a European study showing that the shutdown of piracy site Megaupload hurt revenues for pictures other than blockbusters. An MPAA spokesperson dismissed the authors' conclusions: "Unfortunately, the findings...
  • ‘Man of Steel’ flew in just in time for Antje Traue

     
    Like many performers at a crossroads, Antje Traue gave herself an ultimatum. If she wasn’t able to support herself through […]...
  • Storm Sandy Makes 2012 The Second-Costliest Year For U.S. Insurers

     Storm Sandy Makes 2012 The Second-Costliest Year For U.S. Insurers
    Natural disasters in 2012 cost insurance companies about $58 billion, making it the second-most expensive year ever in the U.S., exceeded only by 2005 when hurricanes Katrina and Rita smashed into the Gulf Coast. Far and away the biggest factor in the...
  • Ex-Chicagoan suspected of being Auschwitz guard arrested in Germany

    Ex-Chicagoan suspected of being Auschwitz guard arrested in Germany
    A suspected Auschwitz concentration camp guard and former Chicago resident was arrested Monday in Germany, according to a Nazi-hunting group. Prosecutors in Stuttgart did not name the 93-year-old man, but said he was arrested on "strong suspicion" of...
  • Uncertainty around Kent Nagano's tenure at Montreal Symphony

    Uncertainty around Kent Nagano's tenure at Montreal Symphony
    Kent Nagano's tenure at the Montreal Symphony Orchestra appears uncertain following reports that the American conductor will depart the orchestra when his current contract as music director expires in 2016. But the orchestra's management has vigorously...
  • Priest in Peril: Indianapolis priest speaks out following international search

    Priest in Peril: Indianapolis priest speaks out following international search
    An Indianapolis priest who was reported missing for more than a week is now back in Indiana—and  revealing why he feared for his life and left Greece with his translator. Fox59 News sat down for an exclusive interview with Father Christiaan Kappes....
  • Big Bear Oktoberfest

    THE OCTOBER AUTHENTIC-FEST Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest Consistently Delivers an Authentic Celebration  The true spirit of Bavaria comes to life in Big Bear Lake for six and a half consecutive weekends starting Saturday, September 15 and ending October 27,...
  • Climate Change Increased Weather-Related Catastrophes By Nearly Five Times In 30 Years, Munich Re Says

    Climate change increased the number of hurricanes, tornadoes and other weather-related catastrophes by nearly five times in North America during the past 30 years, according to research published Wednesday by the world's largest reinsurer, Munich Re. The...
  • Biergarten Boca Raton

    Biergarten Boca Raton
    No one should go a day of Oktoberfest without a beer in hand. The Bavarian fest officially started in Munich on Sept. 22 and around South Florida this past Wednesday. The Biergarten in Boca will host its version of the party next Friday, Oct. 5, but until...
  • Ready to burst from Munich's Bräustuberl

    Ready to burst from Munich's Bräustuberl
    MUNICH — One day, famished from too much walking on cobblestones and too much trying to speak German, I stumbled into the 100-year-old Hofbrauhaus, Munich's most famous beer hall. I was not with a jolly group of pals. I was alone. So instead of the...