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  • Several Greenpeace activists granted release on bail in Russia

    MOSCOW -- A court in St. Petersburg ruled Monday that three Greenpeace activists arrested in the Arctic could be released on bail, but denied a similar request by an additional member of the environmental group. Those ordered released on $66,000 bail...
  • Review: 'Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years' proves absorbing

     Review: 'Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years' proves absorbing
    PALM SPRINGS — A modest little painting near the entry to the exhibition "Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years, 1953-1966" is a harbinger of things to come. Not just for the lovely and engrossing show that unfolds in the galleries at the Palm...
  • Kremlin slips spying gadgets into G20 summit gift bags, newspapers say

    Russian hosts of the Group of 20 summit near St. Petersburg in September sent world leaders home with gifts designed to keep on giving: memory sticks and recharging cables programmed to spy on their communications, two Italian newspapers reported Tuesday....
  • Patterson eyes five in a row

    Patterson eyes five in a row
    Casey Patterson rode his bike down to the Huntington Beach Pier Tuesday morning to get in a workout. It's a luxury the 33-year-old has, now that he's at home and has the opportunity to put in final preparations for the final Assn. of Volleyball...
  • Brazil postpones state visit to U.S. over Snowden spying leaks

    WASHINGTON -- A state visit to the U.S. by the president of Brazil was put on hold Tuesday in the latest diplomatic fallout from leaks by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden about U.S. spying tactics. Documents leaked by Snowden...
  • Matt Wieters lauded in Peter King's 'Monday Morning Quarterback' column

    Matt Wieters lauded in Peter King's 'Monday Morning Quarterback' column
    With the Ravens storming to a confidence-building win and the Orioles stumbling to anotherĀ  listless loss on Sunday afternoon, it sure feels like summer has turned into fall in these parts. But amid the Orioles' myriad issues, it's hard to not laud Matt...
  • Forge Fest returns with promise of fun time for community [Rodgers Forge]

    The first ever Forge Fest was a sensational success. Don't miss the second one on Oct. 11. This Forge Fest will again fill the Tot Lot with merriment from 1-4 p.m. The Forge Fests, which grew out of the farmers markets, are the creative genius of Mary...
  • RealD reaches deal to double its 3-D screen count in Russia

    Beverly Hills 3-D technology and licensing company RealD Inc. is further expanding its business in Russia, one of the world's leading cinema markets. RealD announced Thursday an agreement with Cinema Park, Russia's leading national cinema chain, to...
  • Troubles in emerging markets may dominate G-20 summit

    WASHINGTON — For the first time in several years, the annual G-20 summit won't be dominated by the Eurozone's debt troubles. But that may be little comfort to world leaders gathering this week in St. Petersburg, Russia. In addition to sharp...
  • Pictures in the News | September 4, 2013

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Russia, where Japanese and Russian flags are visible on the plane of Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Saint Petersburg's airport ahead of the G20 summit. The Group of 20 advanced and emerging nations summit...
  • Dali Museum, mullet flavors St. Petersburg

    Dali Museum, mullet flavors St. Petersburg
    At last, my notoriously poor eyesight has yielded something useful. I'm at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, standing across the room from Salvador Dali's "Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea which at Twenty Meters Becomes the Portrait of...