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  • READER SUBMITTED: Farmington Valley Chorale To Present Brahms' German Requiem

    Farmington Valley Chorale, Ellen G. Voth, artistic director, will present Brahms' German Requiem on Saturday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Granby Memorial High School with professional orchestra and soloists, soprano Rochelle Bard and baritone Sumner Thompson....
  • The off side of Berlin

    The off side of Berlin
    BERLIN — My husband, Alan, and I were on our way from L.A. to Budapest, Hungary — our first trip to Eastern Europe. We had to change planes somewhere, and that somewhere happened to be Berlin, a frequent hub for travel to Northern and...
  • Review: St. Matthew Passion at Harris Theater

     Review: St. Matthew Passion at Harris Theater
    When John Nelson conducted J.S. Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" for the first time in Chicago three years ago, he did so hoping the response would warrant his presenting all three of the composer's big sacred choral masterpieces in rotation each year...
  • Brunnhoelzl wins Southern Modified feature at Langley

    George Brunnhoelzl III of West Babylon, N.Y., grabbed the lead for good on lap 142, then held off Andy Seuss in the closing circuits to win the Courtyard by Marriott/Pepsi 150 for NASCAR’s Whelen Southern Modified Tour, the headlining event of...
  • Teen lives, learns with Holocaust survivors

    Teen lives, learns with Holocaust survivors
    Trude Chester fled Germany and the Holocaust for Kenya and never saw her parents again. The 101-year-old Chicagoan shares memories and photos of her childhood with only a select few — including Jonas Trittmann, a young German who has become...
  • UN climate panel to advise on preventing global warming

    BERLIN The advent of every new report from the UN panel on climate change triggers certain rituals. Grim-faced experts flash power point presentations on the wall, with graphics and tables that hammer home the same point: If humanity doesn't get...
  • ECB would need to go beyond ABS market for potential QE: Draghi

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The European Central Bank could not rely solely on purchases of asset-backed securities (ABS) if it resorts to unconventional steps to boost inflation, given the limited supply of the securities, ECB President Mario Draghi said on...
  • WATCH: Philip Seymour Hoffman's Hunts a Terrorist in 'A Man Most Wanted'

    The late Philip Seymour Hoffman lives on in the new trailer for "A Man Most Wanted," one of the actor's final films. Hoffman plays the role of Gunter Bachmann, a German spy tracking terrorist activity in Hamburg. "German intelligence needs a job to be...
  • Independence `opportunity of a lifetime,' says Scottish leader

    ABERDEEN, Scotland The referendum on Scottish independence planned for September is "the opportunity of a lifetime," Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond said Friday at the party's last conference before the vote. The poll would give Scots the...
  • Pope apologizes for child sex abuse by Catholic priests

    VATICAN CITY Pope Francis said Friday that he felt responsible for the child sexual abuse scandals that have rocked the Catholic Church, and issued an unprecedented apology. "I feel compelled to personally take on all the evil which some priests, quite a...
  • Merkel visits Athens to boost Greek government after bond sale

    ATHENS (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged on Friday to continue backing Greece, one day after the debt-laden country tapped bond markets for the first time since its international bailout began four years ago. Greek reforms are paying...