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VIENNA, March 29 -- Vienna's opulent Habsburg-era coffee houses, architecture, palaces, operas, and other cultural institutions give the city an air of imperial grandeur. Yet the Austrian capital with 1.7 million residents is not stuck in the past,...
The Rev. Eric W. Gritsch, a prominent Lutheran theologian, educator and author whose teaching career at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, Pa., spanned more than three decades, died Dec. 29 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center of...
The report from the State Department was brief: Thomas M. Jennings Jr., a federal worker from Burtonsville on a temporary assignment with NATO peacekeepers, had died in a car crash in Southern Bosnia. Fifteen years later, it turns out that was only...
Where does a highly acclaimed Baltimore chef like to escape when she has the opportunity to temporarily hang up her apron? If you are Cindy Wolf, there's no better place than Paris. As often as possible, Wolf sneaks away to "the world's best food city"...
Dr. Ernst Friedrich Lepold Niedermeyer, who was a leading researcher, author, clinician and pioneer in the field of electroencephalogy and its use in epilepsy and other brain research, died Thursday of colon cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The...
Reality CheckHere's Bucky's report on tonight's Amazing Race:We’re down to six remaining teams on The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business. Who should be favored to make the finals? Gary & Mallory have had a good race so far, finishing in the top......
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush struggled yesterday to preserve his fragile international coalition against Iraq, warning the United Nations Security Council not to "get fooled again" by Iraq's sudden offer Monday to readmit weapons inspectors. Bush made...
From Wire ReportsVIENNA, Austria - The United Nations reached a deal yesterday with Iraq to resume weapons inspections for the first time since 1998 - except at Saddam Hussein's presidential palaces. But the Bush administration immediately rejected the arrangement and...
Knight Ridder/tribuneVIENNA, Austria - United Nations weapons inspectors said yesterday that they are pushing for completely open access when they search Iraq for weapons of mass destruction and praised their opening negotiations here with Iraqi officials as "positive" and...
Sun Music CriticNow that the jet lag is wearing off, it's time to start evaluating the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's 19-day, 12-city, $2-million-plus European tour. Was it worth it? Absolutely. Could it have been even better? Sure. But what matters most is that...
Tags: Europe, Concerts, Music Industry, Interior Policy, England
Associated PressVIENNA, Austria - It's a question that's got Austria abuzz: Will the Terminator become the Governator? Suddenly, the man known here simply as "Arnie" has become a national obsession amid reports that native son Arnold Schwarzenegger may run for...
Associated PressVIENNA, Austria - United Nations weapons inspectors preparing for a possible return to Iraq won't redeploy until the Security Council adopts a new resolution, the U.N. nuclear monitoring group said yesterday. The teams had said they could have an advance...
Tags: Heads of State, Weaponry, Saddam Hussein, France, Government
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