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  • World Cup party over but summer of soccer set to rock U.S

    TORONTO (Reuters) - The World Cup party may be over but the summer of soccer is just heating up in the United States as fans prepare for a European invasion by the sport's glamour clubs looking to expand their brand. From New York to Los Angeles, some of...
  • JCC Maccabi Games almost here in Boca

    From the Opening Ceremonies on Sunday, Aug. 10, through the Closing Ceremonies on Thursday, August 14, the JCC Maccabi Games will be a major presence in the Boca Raton area for five days. About a thousand Jewish teen athletes — having at least...
  • No free lunch at Lufthansa as court fines lounge-food freeloader

    No free lunch at Lufthansa as court fines lounge-food freeloader
    A man exploited the perks of business-class travel to feast for free 35 times in a year at Lufthansa's Munich airport lounge — without ever taking off. The man used the flexibility of the one-way fare to Zurich to repeatedly reschedule his...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Local Fans As Intense As Any

    Jeff Jacobs: Local Fans As Intense As Any
    Draped in a German flag, shouting at the large-screen television in his native tongue, Steven Koegler was a portrait of unrestrained joy. Slumped in a corner table, still trying to make sense of it all an hour after the World Cup final had ended, Hector...
  • Naptown Pint: In defense of the lager

    California craft beer powerhouse Stone Brewing Company has one of the catchiest slogans in the business: "Fizzy yellow beer is for wussies." It's a fun phrase to throw out with a hoity-toity air, while debating with friends which quadruple twice-...
  • Bruce Arena: Germany, Netherlands are likely World Cup finalists

    Bruce Arena: Germany, Netherlands are likely World Cup finalists
    The 2014 World Cup in Brazil went from having a high rate of scoring to a quarterfinal round that produced five goals in four games. However, as the last week of the competition unfolds, traditional powers Brazil, Germany, Argentina and the...
  • H. Juergen Krenzien, 1928–2014

     H. Juergen Krenzien, 1928–2014
    H. Juergen Krenzien, the former owner of Paul Klein Travel in Chicago and a sought-after adviser on luxury travel, had a client list that included members of some of Chicago's most prominent families. "He'd been everywhere a traveler could ever dream...
  • Brazil's Dante would bring talent, height to defensive effort

    With all of Brazil's national hand-wringing over the loss of Neymar for Tuesday's World Cup showdown with Germany, the host country's citizens might want to use a finger or two on another missing luminary. Nobody is making the case yet that the...
  • Bayern Munich goes Green for U.S. Tour

    (Reuters) - Julian Green has been touted as the new face of U.S. soccer but it is one few Americans recognize. That may change this week as the Bayern Munich 19-year-old wunderkind enters the spotlight during the Bundesliga champion's heavily promoted...
  • Cornelius Gurlitt, hoarder of suspected Nazi art trove, dies at 81

    Cornelius Gurlitt, hoarder of suspected Nazi art trove, dies at 81
    Cornelius Gurlitt, the reclusive octogenarian who was thrust into the international spotlight last year when it was revealed he was hoarding more than 1,000 works of art in his Munich apartment, has died. He was 81. GurlittĀ died Tuesday morning in his...
  • Cornelius Gurlitt dies at 81; German art collector

    Cornelius Gurlitt dies at 81; German art collector
    Cornelius Gurlitt, a reclusive German collector whose long-secret hoard of well over 1,000 artworks triggered an international uproar over the fate of art looted by the Nazis, died Tuesday. He was 81. Gurlitt's spokesman, Stephan Holzinger, said that...
  • U.S. World Cup players circle around Juergen Klinsmann's decision

    The question made Jermaine Jones laugh. A day after Coach Juergen Klinsmann cut Landon Donovan, the most accomplished player in U.S. soccer history, from his World Cup roster, Jones was asked whether he liked the team that was left. "I have to like...