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  • Bottoms up! Where to find the cheapest beer in the world

    Bottoms up! Where to find the cheapest beer in the world
    Some travelers might want to know where to find a nice cheap beer on the road. David Adelman gets that, so he compiled a bunch of statistics about which countries have the cheapest beer, which have the most expensive beer, which drink the most beer and...
  • Tips on tipping in Europe

    Tips on tipping in Europe
    Here's a tip. Don't stress over tipping. Restaurant tips are more modest in Europe than in America. In most places, 10 percent is a big tip. If your bucks talk at home, muzzle them on your travels. As a matter of principle, if not economy, the local...
  • Warren Bennis dies at 89; USC professor was expert on leadership

    Warren Bennis dies at 89; USC professor was expert on leadership
    Long before Warren Bennis became a world-renowned expert on leadership and a much-honored USC business professor, he was an infantry officer during World War II in Europe, where he started to hone his ideas about leadership being most effective when it...
  • Fairmont Singapore gets an update

    Fairmont Singapore gets an update
    Even a hotel designed by I.M. Pei needs an occasional update – especially with the tourism boom in Singapore. Fairmont Singapore recently completed a multimillion-dollar makeover that added a new lobby and a new ultimate standard room category...
  • Lakeland company assembles full fleet of jet fighters

    Lakeland company assembles full fleet of jet fighters
    Unbeknownst to many, an entire fleet of military aircraft is being quietly assembled just up Interstate 4. We're talking MiG-21s, A-4K Skyhawks, MB-339s and more. This isn't a museum. It's a growing fleet of more than 70 fighter jets, capable of...
  • Florida effort to teach kids about money needs to go farther

    It's not often lately that Florida is held up as a role model in the world of education. So learning that Florida is the first state to adopt the Council for Economic Education's National Standards for Financial Literacy sounds like rare and welcome...
  • Karlovy Vary Film Festival Kicks Off with Award for Mel Gibson

    KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic -- The 49th edition of the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival kicked off Friday with a ceremony at which Mel Gibson was awarded the Crystal Globe for outstanding artistic contribution to world cinema. Accepting the Crystal...
  • Mel Gibson on Hollywood, Independent Filmmaking, Sharks, Vikings and Gary Oldman

    KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic -- Mel Gibson is at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival, where he received the Crystal Globe for outstanding artistic contribution to world cinema. He also went on stage before an open-air screening of "Mad Max," attended...
  • Venus Williams exits Wimbledon; is it for the last time?

    Venus Williams exits Wimbledon; is it for the last time?
    A grand and glorious tennis career that began on the public courts of Compton and was nurtured by a proud and ambitious father edged closer to the end at Wimbledon on Friday. Or maybe not. Venus Williams went out in the third round. She is 34, is...
  • 'Snowpiercer' director Bong Joon-ho conducts the sci-fi train his way

    'Snowpiercer' director Bong Joon-ho conducts the sci-fi train his way
    He has been referred to as Korea's version of Quentin Tarantino, with Quentin Tarantino himself recently likening him to Steven Spielberg. Now, with the ambitious sci-fi action film "Snowpiercer," Bong Joon-ho makes his English-language debut and a bid...
  • Andy Murray's opening victory at Wimbledon is lost in the noise

    Andy Murray's opening victory at Wimbledon is lost in the noise
    The Andy Murray/UK's-favorite-son circus continued full bore here Monday. Lost in the weird hustle and bustle by the local media to pursue yet another new angle was the fact that he won his first match in defense of his Wimbledon title. He beat David...