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  • D-day, as readers remember it

    D-day, as readers remember it
    As firsthand accounts of D-day become increasingly rare with time, The Times is lucky to count among its readers many who recall June 6, 1944, in vivid detail. Some who weren't alive then wrote to share how that day nonetheless touched their families....
  • 'Cabaret': Fresh take on classic

    'Cabaret': Fresh take on classic
    Wrapping up its third season, Naperville's BrightSide Theatre will present "Cabaret" Friday to June 29 at the Theatre at Meiley-Swallow Hall on the North Central College campus, 31 S. Ellsworth Ave. "Cabaret is a multi Tony- and Olivier Award winning...
  • Info on visiting Berlin

    Info on visiting Berlin
    If you go THE BEST WAY TO BERLIN From LAX, KLM, Air France, Lufthansa, British, United and Swiss offer connecting service (change of planes) to Berlin. Restricted round-trip fares range from $610 to $1,269, including taxes and fees. TELEPHONES...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Amour fou'

    An event that could hardly be described as a laughing matter somehow yields a dryly amusing and characteristically layered reflection on the absurdity of what humans call love in "Amour fou," Jessica Hausner's slow-building portrait of the German Romantic...
  • Shouldn't Europe pay more for its own defense?

     Shouldn't Europe pay more for its own defense?
    This month in Poland, President Obama offered $1 billion in military assistance to address our NATO allies' anxiety about a resurgent Kremlin. Labeled the European Reassurance Initiative, this boosts NATO's budget by a mere 0.1%. It was nonetheless...
  • Cannes Q&A: Turkish Culture Minister Omer Celik

    Turkish culture minister Omer Celik is jetting into Cannes to celebrate this year's centennial of Turkish cinema amid an increasingly upbeat outlook for the local industry that sees local auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan ensconced in a Cannes competition berth...
  • D-Day plus one: 'Do not overstate our chances'

    D-Day plus one: 'Do not overstate our chances'
    Our national recollection of the storming of the Normandy beaches by Allied troops on June 6, 1944, is one of pride, thanks and a sense of inevitability, because we know now that the invasion was the beginning of the end for the Nazi forces. But as the...
  • Review: Isa Genzken, an artist who never sits still

    Review: Isa Genzken, an artist who never sits still
    On the fourth floor of the Museum of Contemporary Art right now stands a phalanx of mannequins sporting plaid button-downs, tinfoil bandeaux, flower leis, ski caps and cowboy hats, designer jeans, velvet tailcoats and many less easily identifiable...
  • Cab drivers in Europe protest against Uber, other ride-share services

    Cab drivers in Europe protest against Uber, other ride-share services
    A smartphone app designed to keep people on the go brought parts of Europe to a standstill as cabbies protested Wednesday against what they view as an unfair, unsafe threat to their livelihoods. Uber, a California-pioneered app that allows users to hail...
  • Sales Execs Work on Timing Festival Releases in Complicated Marketplace

    Cannes lends glamour and a white hot focus on films, which can be great for future box office. But it's not that simple for international sales executives. Sometimes they need to step back and gauge if Cannes is the ideal place to launch a film's...