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  • European 'butter power'

    European 'butter power'
    There is war in Europe. I'm not using the historic present tense to evoke August 1914. I'm talking about August 2014. What is happening in eastern Ukraine is war — “ambiguous war” as a British parliamentary committee calls it, rather...
  • Audi starts production of new TT in Hungary

     
    Filed under: Coupe, Europe, Plants/Manufacturing, Audi Audi sure made waves when it rolled out the original TT in the late 1990s, putting fashion forward with a stylish coupe that neatly summed up the design direction the company was headed in. But that...
  • Allentown church hosting day of prayer for Mideast's persecuted Christians

    An Allentown church will be one of many around the world where the faithful will join in prayers on Friday for Christians in the Mideast, who are facing dire persecution under the advance of Islamist radicals. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS),...
  • Big events for August

    Big events for August
    The beat goes on, as the sounds of summer reverberate far and wide — old-time acoustic music in Iowa, calypso in London and punk rock in Hungary. Meanwhile, it's time to cast off those look-good-in-a-swimsuit resolutions and dig into the foods of...
  • Tourists in Budapest pay to be locked up in cellars

    Tourists in Budapest pay to be locked up in cellars
    In a ramshackle old building in Budapest, tourists pay to be locked up in a room and try to escape by solving a series of mysterious clues, opening locks and finding their way out. "Rabbit Hole", inspired by the 19th Century English novel "Alice's...
  • Film Review: 'Free Fall'

    The bleak apartment building in Gyorgy Palfi's "Free Fall" boasts seven floors, but not quite seven stories. In the opening scene, an unhappy Hungarian woman steps off the roof and plunges past them, but remarkably doesn't die when she hits the pavement....
  • A war is not inconceivable

    I find it very disquieting that so few among the West European and American commentators on the Ukraine crisis, private or public, seem concerned that the United States has started this affair, and that it is not inconceivable that it may end in a war....
  • Jude Law Hits Dance Floor for Jake Scott, Johnnie Walker

    Jude Law doesn't show any sign of missing a step despite all the Johnnie Walker Blue Label Scottish whisky he drinks in Jake Scott's new short film, "The Gentleman's Wager," which co-stars Giancarlo Giannini. Written by Mike Byrne and Dave Douglas, the...
  • Editorial: A plane crash, Gaza and 'The July Crises' of 2014

     Editorial: A plane crash, Gaza and 'The July Crises' of 2014
    In history's taut nomenclature it was "The July Crisis": One century ago this week, the mighty powers of Europe were deciding whether they would parlay the assassination of an Austro-Hungarian archduke into a massive regional conflict. From afar, the...
  • 100 years later, remembering the crucible called World War I

    100 years later, remembering the crucible called World War I
    The shot that changed the world rang out on a sunny summer's morning in Southeastern Europe. No one knew then that the assassin's bullet would spell the death not just of an Austrian aristocrat but the entire global order, with four empires and millions...
  • German coach is under pressure at World Cup

    German coach is under pressure at World Cup
    This should be the greatest moment of Joachim Loew's life. On Sunday he will be coaching in a World Cup final for the first time, leading his favored German team against Argentina. Every soccer coach who has ever blown a whistle has dreamed of being...
  • Cruising the Danube River is an eye-opening experience

    A set of headlights on the Serbian side of the Danube River disappeared into a tunnel and emerged, and I had to remind myself that it was I — not the land — that was drifting by. In that moment, I was as carefree as a leaf on a stream, a...