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Riccardo Muti just can’t seem to catch a break. And, this time around, it isn’t only the musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago public who are being affected by his health issues. Thousands of listeners throughout the...
Tags: Hernia, Music Industry, Beijing (China), Michigan Avenue, Asia
The Religion WorldReligion News Service reports that Pope Paul VI is one step closer to sainthood: VATICAN CITY (RNS) Pope Paul VI, who guided the Catholic Church through a tumultuous period of change in the 1960s and 70s, took a crucial first step toward possible...
An exhibition soccer match between AC Milan and Pro Patria at Busto Arsizio, Italy, was suspended Thursday because of racist chants toward black players on AC Milan. The game was played at Pro Patria's home stadium. Kevin-Prince Boateng, Urby...
We got Osama bin Laden — and now we'll be getting him again on cinema screens across the nation, as "Zero Dark Thirty" hits neighborhood multiplexes. Lauded and criticized, that film's the talk of the town. Is it also the first of a new genre? If...
Tags: Punishment, BP Plc, Germany, Russell Crowe, Italy
NEW YORK — The hair jokes may have grown old, what with a slight fleck of gray peeking through his now shortened and tamed curls. The Dude nickname is pretty much over as well. And no longer is Gustavo Dudamel as tempted to head for Pink's hot dog...
Sugar craving or stocking stuffer? No matter, really. Las Vegas confectioners who have whipped up holiday-themed candies are at the ready this month. Jean Philippe Patisserie in Bellagio and Ethel M Chocolates in suburban Henderson, also have...
Tags: Chocolates, Holidays
When is a violin not just a violin? Or a horn not simply a horn? The instruments used in period-music ensembles are museum-quality objects brought to life — a bit of European history invigorated by musicians of today. Though most period...
Tags: Music Industry, France, Entertainment, Arts and Culture, Music
Chicago Shakespeare Theatre announced Sunday night the shows it will present in the first half of 2013, as part of its World Stages series of global work, much presented in partnership with the British booker and producer Richard Jordan Productions. The...
A bronze medalist at the 2008 Olympics, swimmer Kim Vandenberg is hoping to be part of the United States contingent that will compete at the 2012 Olympic Games in London this summer. "You never know what can happen at the Olympic Trials," says the 28-...
Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticWhether it's tiny Union Jacks, tuxedos, stripes, crystal flowers or caviar pearls, nail art has gone mainstream. No longer relegated to the subculture sidelines or the subject of mockery, nail art has become an everyday indulgence, and not just for...
Los Angeles TimesIf you think camouflage is just the stuff of old beat-up military uniforms and cheap thermals lying around dusty army-navy shops, you're missing out on the biggest hiding-in-plain-sight trend in cutting-edge menswear this fall. Camo, as fashion folk say,...
Ed Perkins On TravelYou'll pay more than $40 a day in taxes to visit Chicago. That's the most highly-taxed big city in the United States, says a new report from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA). At the other end of the scale, four big South Florida cities, three...
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