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Arianna HuffingtonThere's a new scarlet letter in town. Actually, it's the same letter -- "A" -- but it stands for a different word that's increasingly regarded as shameful: Austerity. The darling idea of 2010 and 2011 has become the pariah concept of 2012. Once a...
CNNBERLIN -- The story of the so-called Forest Boy is a lie, police in Germany said Friday. The 20-year-old hoaxer, who claimed he was 17 and lived in the German woods for five years, is actually from Hengelo, Netherlands. He never lived in the forest...
The view of the salt ponds is stunning from Inga-Charlotte Doerp's town home in Hampton. But the eye is quickly drawn to the interior rooms where dozens of her paintings crowd the walls. Doerp paints colorful, vibrant abstracts, many of them inspired...
A few weeks ago, my wife and I found ourselves driving down through the beautiful foliage of Harpers Ferry road as we headed to Brunswick days. This is the same road that my Father in law Leon travelled for over thirty years when he worked on the...
If one had to choose a golden age of physics at Caltech, the 1930s would be a strong contender. It was a time when Caltech leader Robert Millikan invited top scholars and physicists to the Pasadena campus. One of the most notable visitors, Albert...
VarietyBERLIN -- Senator Film has picked up David O. Russell's Toronto fave "Silver Linings Playbook," starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. The Weinstein Co. title follows a young man dealing with mental illness, while trying to rebuild his life and...
Tags: Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Israel, Germany
VarietyVariety's senior film critics, Peter Debruge and Justin Chang, discuss the pleasures, challenges and awards season implications of this year's Toronto Film Festival. Peter Debruge: It was a good but not great Toronto -- that seems to be the consensus...
Our group of RIAS Berlin Kommission Fellows was afforded the tremendous opportunity to visit the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin and listen to a speech from Mr. David Schwake, Deputy Director for the transatlantic cooperation at the office. Schwake...
German television is different than television in the United States. That is what I have gathered after visiting two German TV outlets, one public and one private. The largest difference is that public television gets about 50% of the viewership in...
The Reichstag is where Germany’s roughly 600 members of parliament have their meetings. The building is an amazing structure that looks rather antiquated on the outside and strikingly modern in parts of the inside. It has been remodeled several...
Tags: Parliament, Germany
You would never guess the economy is still struggling, given the quantity, quality and diversity of classical music events being offered in the Chicago area between now and the end of the year. Following are 10 major classical events you won't want to...
VarietyMOSCOW -- Hungary has selected Bence Fliegauf's disturbing story of modern day murder squads targeting Roma families, "Just the Wind," to be its entry for the foreign-language film Oscar. The film is based on the cold-blooded killings of six Roma...
Tags: Hungary, Academy Awards, Movies, Germany, Murder
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