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For The Baltimore SunIf you go Getting there While many airlines fly to Paris from Baltimore's BWI-Marshall Airport, none are direct flights. It is quicker, and often cheaper, to fly nonstop from Dulles Airport right into Charles de Gaulle Airport. Round-trip flights...
The chanteuse Josephine Baker was the toast of Paris during the Roaring '20s and 1930s. She was exotic. She was sultry. She was chic. She was the highest-paid pre-World War II entertainer in Europe. She was, above all else, sui generis. Her life is...
French President Nicolas Sarkozy was elected five years ago by promising to modernize France's societal infrastructure and bring it more into line with America's: less government reliance, more freedom in life and work. It was a tall order, but his...
Once again, socialism has put a silver fork in itself. Standard & Poor's has downgraded France's AAA credit rating, giving the country the side-eye on its claims to have its debt under control. This means the country will now have to pay it all back at an...
100 Years Ago Horses and POWs From the Woodbine social column: "Mr. Beverley B. Bennett is spending some time with relatives in Sykesville. Mr. Charles Krooner spent Wednesday in Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolbert spent Sunday with...
Coming home after a week in Paris with my niece feels like trying to swim to the surface in a pool of pea soup. Coming up is tedious and slow. I cannot see all that needs doing. First there’s extreme fatigue. After walking miles and miles in 95-...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Just weeks after the angriest rift with a close ally in decades, the United States is quietly backing away from threats to penalize France for its strenuous efforts to block the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Although Secretary of State Colin L....
Tags: Defense, Tom Brokaw, Colin Powell, United Nations, Ronald Reagan
Sun Foreign StaffPARIS - In the diplomatic maneuvering over Iraq, the actions of France have been strongly similar to its maneuvering before the Persian Gulf war in 1991, when Paris said war was a bad idea, offered counterproposals and threatened to stand apart from the...
VarietyCANNES -- Gaumont has nabbed French rights to Nicole Kidman-starrer "Grace of Monaco," which is to be released Stateside by The Weinstein Company. Helmed by Olivier Dahan ("La Vie en Rose") and penned by Arash Amel, the 1962-set pic portrays the part...
Philippine Daily Inquirer, Manila / Asia News NetworkMANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) -- The imperious President Charles de Gaulle of France is reported to have said, "How can anyone govern a nation that has 46 different kinds of cheeses?" Of the result of Monday's senatorial elections, it may...
Tags: U.S. Congress, Philosophy, Germany, France, Parliament
Reuters* Loss of French voice mirrors economic decline * Hollande avoids being flag-bearer for the south * Weakened rapport with Germany not good for Berlin By Luke Baker and Mark John BRUSSELS/PARIS, April 24 (Reuters) - A few hours after midnight one...
These days, most of you overseas travelers take high-tech gadgets: a smartphone as a minimum, and often a tablet or notebook. For reading materials, either a tablet or a Kindle has replaced the traditional stack of paperback "penny dreadfuls." You include...
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