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  • Cannes: Juliette Binoche Set To Star In Sicily-Set Drama 'The Wait'

    ROME - Juliette Binoche is attached to star in female competition drama "The Wait" to be directed by first-time Italo helmer Piero Messina, assistant of recent foreign-language Oscar-winner Paolo Sorrentino ("The Great Beauty"). Gaul's Pathe...
  • Rachel Weisz, Harvey Keitel, Paul Dano Join Michael Caine on Paolo Sorrentino's 'Youth'

    PARIS -- Rachel Weisz, Harvey Keitel and Paul Dano ("Little Miss Sunshine") have joined Michael Caine for Paolo Sorrentino's 'Youth" (aka "In the Future"), the Italian director's follow-up to his Oscar-winning "The Great Beauty" and a buzz-title among...
  • TWC Closes Deal for U.S. Rights to Italy's 'Gomorrah' Skein

    ROME -- The Weinstein Company has closed a deal with Beta Film to acquire U.S. rights to "Gomorrah," the hot Italo TV series that depicts the real Neapolitan mob with a degree of authenticity never seen before. The deal marks the first time an Italian TV...
  • Behind the scenes at Charlie Crist's book tour stop in Fort Lauderdale

    Behind the scenes at Charlie Crist's book tour stop in Fort Lauderdale
    Original post | 10 a.m. Updated with pictures (above) | 10:45 a.m. (With thanks for many of the pictures to Fort Lauderdale photographer Art Seitz.) A little unfinished business from Charlie Crist’s book tour stop in Fort Lauderdale. •...
  • Italy's Senate expels Silvio Berlusconi after tax fraud conviction

    Italy's Senate expels Silvio Berlusconi after tax fraud conviction
    ROME -- The Senate in Italy voted to eject Silvio Berlusconi from its ranks on Wednesday, bringing a temporary end to the parliamentary career of the three-time prime minister who has dominated the country's politics for two decades. With insults flying...
  • Collecting cultural souvenirs in Europe

    Collecting cultural souvenirs in Europe
    With each trip I take, I make it a point to bring home cultural souvenirs -- gold nuggets of experiences I'll remember all my life. Whether it's sitting and talking with a Muslim at the Great Mosque of Granada in Spain, waving a flag at an Irish hurling...
  • 2014 hot priests calendar is here -- and so are the Nice Jewish Guys

    2014 hot priests calendar is here -- and so are the Nice Jewish Guys
    The hot priests calendar. In Rome, that's what they call the Calendario Romano. Its pages are filled with good-looking young men in clerical garb, posing for the camera. Yes, they're actual priests, photographer Piero Pazzi told the Los Angeles Times,...
  • Seniors on the Go: Heading overseas? Get around on local transit

    Seniors on the Go: Heading overseas? Get around on local transit
    Don't be apprehensive about navigating public transit just because you're overseas. Transit systems in much of the world, especially in popular destinations, are at least as good as those at home and often better, and most include stops to the main...
  • Navigating European airports

    Navigating European airports
    Sometimes I wonder why I lug my bag through airports, following my own recommendation to pack light enough to carry on and avoid checking any bags on international flights. It can be a drag, dragging your bag through airports. But when scrambling with...
  • Go away with Jonathan Groff

    Go away with Jonathan Groff
    In the Disney animated film "Frozen," Jonathan Groff does the voice work for Kristoff, a rugged, slightly oafish outdoorsman. "It was so much fun playing that character," says Groff, 28. "The movie turned out really well and my fascination with Disney...
  • To find the heart of Rome, stray off the typical tourist path

    To find the heart of Rome, stray off the typical tourist path
    Stand within the Colosseum's massive bowl, and you can practically hear the roar of the ancient crowd. But to capture the sounds of today's Rome, it's best to get away from the flurry of tourists and settle into a quaint trattoria like Da Tonino, where...
  • Rome's inspiring Baroque sights

    Rome's inspiring Baroque sights
    Rome is a showcase of Western civilization, layered with elements of the city's 2,000-year-old history. Among the traffic-choked 20th-century boulevards, you'll find marble ruins of ancient times, early Christian churches, grand Renaissance buildings...