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  • Glendale Community College football schedule has few changes

    Glendale Community College football schedule has few changes
    At first glance, there aren't many differences between the 2013 schedule and the recently released 2014 schedule for the Glendale Community College football team. The Vaqueros face eight of the 10 squads they took on last year, with the two new...
  • Film Review: 'Thermae Romae II'

    A Nipponese time-travel fantasy in which sumo wrestling, electronic toilets and other cool Japanese inventions find their way into ancient Roman spas, "Thermae Romae II" nonetheless proves a less wacky follow-up to its similar-themed predecessor. Hideki...
  • Italy's David Di Donatello Awards To Celebrate Sophia Loren For 'Human Voice'

    ROME - After being honored in Cannes, Sophia Loren will be celebrated by Italy's David di Donatello film awards, the country's top film nods, with a special prize for her performance in "La Voce Umana" ("Human Voice") the short directed by her son Edoardo...
  • Italy's David Awards Are Split by Sorrentino's 'The Great Beauty' and Virzi's 'Human Capital'

    Rome - Paolo Sorrentino's "The Great Beauty" (pictured) and Paolo Virzì's "Human Capital" split top honors at Italy's David di Donatello Awards, where Sorrentino's foreign-Oscar winner took nine statuettes, including best director, producer and actor....
  • Cannes Film Review: 'The Bridges of Sarajevo'

    Thirteen directors respond to Sarajevo's position as nexus of conflict in the 20th century in "The Bridges of Sarajevo," a wildly uneven omnibus commissioned to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the...
  • The many layers of Istanbul

    The many layers of Istanbul
    I first visited Istanbul in the 1970s. Some of my most vivid memories of that trip are of the colorful locals. Scruffy kids sold cherry juice and old men would grab huge cucumbers from wheeled carts, then peel, quarter and salt them to sell for pennies....
  • Tom Rachman's 'Great Powers'

    Tom Rachman's 'Great Powers'
    In 2010, Tom Rachman did the impossible: He made the lives of newspaper employees appear interesting. More than that, he got other people, lots of them, to care about the fate of journalists whose careers were speeding toward obsolescence. Set at an...
  • Marcello Franchini, 1921–2014

    Marcello Franchini, an Italian immigrant who met his American wife while on a train ride from Paris to Rome, came to Chicago in the 1950s and opened a boutique with his bride on the Gold Coast. La Colonna, named for a monument in Rome where Mr....
  • Who will lead Chicago's Catholics?

    Who will lead Chicago's Catholics?
    As Cardinal Francis George battles cancer and prepares to step down as archbishop of Chicago, Roman Catholics are turning to the question of who will take his place. A great deal is at stake with this appointment. The next archbishop of Chicago will...
  • Italy travel: Tuscany's Val d'Orcia has beauty, fine wine and dining

    Italy travel: Tuscany's Val d'Orcia has beauty, fine wine and dining
    MONTALCINO, Italy — "Scusi," I said to a well-dressed man in this medieval Tuscan village, where even the gas station was somehow part of the farming landscape. "Can you tell me how to get to Castiglion del Bosco?" "Hmm, yes," he said in English,...
  • Traveling to Val D'Orcia, Italy

    Traveling to Val D'Orcia, Italy
    If you go THE BEST WAY TO THE VAL D'ORCIA, ITALY From LAX, Alitalia, Lufthansa, Air France, British, US Airways, United, Swiss, Delta and KLM offer connecting service (change of planes) to Rome. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $767, including all...
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