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  • Robert D. Stuart Jr., former CEO of Quaker Oats, dies

     Robert D. Stuart Jr., former CEO of Quaker Oats, dies
    Robert D. Stuart Jr. was a grandson of one of the founders of Quaker Oats Co. and third-generation leader of the company, shifting the focus during his long tenure as CEO from cereal-making to brand management and marketing while also overseeing...
  • Grieg Lodge to mark 57th anniversary

    Edvard Grieg Lodge, Sons of Norway will mark its 57th anniversary with a catered Norwegian dinner on Saturday, May 31. The event, which begins with a social hour at 6 p.m., will be held in Fellowship Hall at Lutheran Church in the Foothills, 1700 Foothill...
  • Emanuel reportedly gave Norway official a 'dressing down' over Obama Nobel award

    Emanuel reportedly gave Norway official a 'dressing down' over Obama Nobel award
    Then-presidential Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel gave Norway's U.S. ambassador "a dressing down" in 2009 after President Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, according to Norway's former delegate to the United Nations. Morten Wetland, Norway's...
  • Versatile Rolls Out 'Abattoir,' 'Blind,' Picks Up 'Gente' (EXCLUSIVE)

    One-year-old Versatile, the Paris-based sales company headed by Pape Boye and Violaine Pichon, has closed a slew of sales on two flagship titles on its first-year slate: Supernatural thriller "Abattoir," helmed by Darren Lynn Bousman, director of "Saw II,...
  • Diskerud keeps name in mix for World Cup team

    Diskerud keeps name in mix for World Cup team
    The first thing you notice is the name. Mikkel Morgenstar Paalsonn Diskerud. “That’s hard to say,” Diskerud acknowledges. So you can call him Mix. How he’d really like to be known, though, is as a member of the U.S. World Cup...
  • Open Orlando's skies to cheaper competition: Editorial

    Open Orlando's skies to cheaper competition: Editorial
    International visitors are gold in Central Florida's tourism-driven economy. On average travelers from abroad stay longer and spend more than their U.S. counterparts. Their regional economic impact has been measured at $2 billion a year. So it's no...
  • CANNES: European Film Promotion Unveils 24 Participants

    LONDON -- Twenty-four up-and-coming European producers have been selected to take part in European Film Promotion's networking platform Producers on the Move at the Cannes Film Festival. The event, which runs May 17-19, aims to help the producers work...
  • Renting a car for your European trip

    Renting a car for your European trip
    Even with Europe's super-efficient public transportation system, there are times when it makes sense to rent a car. Having your own wheels is ideal for getting to more remote or rural places (that aren't covered as well by public transportation): England'...
  • Las Vegas: Olympic snowboarders to open Palazzo's pool season

    Las Vegas: Olympic snowboarders to open Palazzo's pool season
    Snowboarder Jamie Anderson, who won Olympic gold in the slopestyle event at the 2014 Games in Sochi, Russia, will kick off the pool party season Sunday at the Palazzo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Anderson and athletes Kaitlyn Farrington, who won gold...
  • Nominees for the Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards Announced

    Nominees for the 35th annual Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards were announced today, honoring excellence in television and media content from around the globe. Nominees in the Serial Drama category, which is currently a shortlist of 25 entries,...
  • Best Translated Book Awards finalists announced

    Best Translated Book Awards finalists announced
    Translating a book is arduous and notoriously low-paid work. It's a labor of love for most. With a few blockbuster exceptions (think Gabriel García Márquez or Haruki Murakami) publishers don't make much, if any money from the translated titles they offer....
  • J.K. Rowling covers the '2014 Quidditch World Cup'

    A hush fell over the audience at the 34th annual Los Angeles Times Book Prizes on Friday night when the winner of the mystery/thriller prize was announced -- J.K. Rowling, writing under the pseudonym of “Robert Galbraith” for “The...