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  • President Obama should resist the drumbeat for war with Iran

    The drumbeat for war with Iran is getting scarier and scarier ("No good options for Iran," Aug. 2). The situation has escalated now that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has concluded that the recent suicide attack that killed five Israelis in Bulgaria...
  • In the studio: Iva Gueorguieva

    In the studio: Iva Gueorguieva
    Nouns and adjectives go a long way to describe works of art, but the turbulence within Iva Gueorguieva's paintings demands verbs -- lots of verbs. Shapes billow, pulse and scatter; lines thrust and plummet; colors collide, dissolve, shriek and sigh. The...
  • Far-right band in Hungary a symptom

    They wear black-vested uniforms and rally for the fatherland. Their red and white striped armbands remind many here of the fascist thugs who did the Nazis' dirty work in wartime Hungary. Formed last year, the Hungarian Guard is the latest specimen of...
  • Foreign tourist boards

    For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234, dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. mission or...
  • Bulgarian fare is winter perfect

    First impressions: The cavernous dining room at 1-year-old Restaurant Bulgaria seats about 190 people. With burnt orange walls, red and white cloth table coverings and black iron chairs, the Northwest Side restaurant has a modern Eastern European feel....
  • The digital sage

    The digital sage
    Six Valley View Elementary School teachers and staff members were honored Saturday by the Los Angeles County Office of Education for their classroom computer projects. Hundreds of Los Angeles County teachers applied, but only 54 won Digital Voice...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Nina Dobrev

    It may be trite to use nocturnal references in a story about vampires, but Nina Dobrev is over the moon at how "The Vampire Diaries," her new series on The CW, has been received by both viewers and critics. "On behalf of the entire cast, I can say that...
  • Finding life in Peace

    Finding life in Peace
    Living in a grass-and-dung hut with no electricity is how Caitlin Robinson pictured her Peace Corps experience in her mind. Replace the hut with an apartment, candles with electricity and throw in running water and the Internet for good measure, and...
  • Mission: Sofia, Bulgaria

    They have to wear a suit and tie practically everyday and are only permitted to use the phone to call their parents, but even then only on Christmas and Mother's Day. Interaction between sexes is limited, so dating is out and even flirting isn't...
  • Filmmakers' mania for Romania

    Filmmakers' mania for Romania
    Along the route to MediaPro Studios, packs of feral dogs wander unpaved streets, children as young as 7 beg for handouts, and some government buildings still bear the bullet scars of the 1989 revolution. But for a growing cadre of Hollywood producers, the...
  • Foreign government tourist offices

    For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234, dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. mission or...