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  • Cinema Guild To Distribute 'Princess of France' (EXCLUSIVE)

    LOCARNO - The Cinema Guild has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Argentine Matias Pineiro's "The Princess of France," which opens Locarno's International Competition on Thursday. The U.S. distribution deal continues a relationship between Pineiro...
  • Nike has most Europe soccer deals, Adidas the most lucrative: study

    BERLIN (Reuters) - U.S. sportswear group Nike will supply shirts to more teams in the top five European soccer leagues this season than Adidas, but the German firm has cornered the most lucrative clubs, a study showed on Wednesday. Sports marketing...
  • Andon JurukovJune 18, 1925 - July 19, 2014

    Andon Jurukov<br/>June 18, 1925 - July 19, 2014
    Andon Jurukov died in the early morning hours of July 19 at Foothill Retirement in Tujunga, California at the age of 89 after a short, yet valiant battle against pancreatic cancer and its many complications.  He is survived by his daughter Carla Walker...
  • 10 for the road: The Great War

    10 for the road: The Great War
    Ten places to commemorate World War I, according to Lonely Planet (tinyurl.com/orxu9pp): • Poppy Fields, Flanders, Belgium • Gallipoli, Turkey • Tyne Cot Cemetery, Zonnebeke, Belgium • Christmas Truce Memorial, Frelinghien,...
  • Obama, Europe's leaders hit Russia with stiff sanctions

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama and European leaders on Tuesday slapped their toughest sanctions yet on Russia's energy, arms and finance sectors to protests Russian involvement in Ukraine. But the measures stopped short of steps that might inflict...
  • Pocono Raceway to mark its NASCAR anniversary

    The closest thing to a North-of-the-Mason-Dixon-line event on NASCAR's Grand National Series in 1973 was a 500-miler at the Michigan International Speedway, which began staging races for stock car racing's Daytona, Fla., based series in 1969. Bill...
  • Serena Williams beats back challenge at Bank of the West

    STANFORD, Calif. So much for any rust, nerve or health factors regarding Serena Williams' return to the tennis court Wednesday night at the Bank of the West Classic. For openers, she looked pretty smashing. Playing her first singles match since her eerie...
  • Ailene Voisin: Injuries, age give younger NBA players chance on international stage

    LAS VEGAS Inside the gym where Team USA is training for next month's FIBA World Cup, you can't take two steps without tripping over one of the most talented players in the world. Kevin Durant. Stephen Curry. Derrick Rose. Anthony Davis. DeMarcus Cousins....
  • Angry Dowsett storms to time trial gold

    GLASGOW (Reuters) - England's Alex Dowsett channelled his anger at being left out of the team for this year's Tour de France to win gold in the men's time trial at the Commonwealth Games on Thursday. In the absence of England's Olympic time trial...
  • U.S. Open of Surfing rolls toward final weekend

    U.S. Open of Surfing rolls toward final weekend
    The competition has kicked up several notches and the field of competitors battling for titles has been whittled down at the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing, which reaches its climax this weekend at the Huntington Beach Pier. The nine-day event, which got...
  • Film Movement Takes U.S. on 'Marie's Story'

    BOURG MADAME, France - New York-based Film Movement has closed U.S. rights to Jean-Pierre Ameris' "Marie's Story," which world premieres at next week's Locarno Festival as a Piazza Grande screening. The sale and Locarno berth - a Piazza Grande slot is...