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  • Troop 17 car show to benefit Boy Scouts

    Troop 17 car show to benefit Boy Scouts
    The Boy Scout Troop 17 Car Show is Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Byron Memorial Park. Registration costs $15. Dash plaques and trophies will be awarded. There will be vendors and door prizes. Food will be provided for purchase by the Williamsport...
  • Angela Merkel fumes over NSA phone-tapping

    Remember "Reach out and touch someone"? Well, President Obama did reach out and touch someone. The only problem is, the person he touched just happened to be Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany. And she wasn't happy about it. When she learned from Der...
  • McManus: Merkel intent on keeping Eurozone united

    McManus: Merkel intent on keeping Eurozone united
    Silvio Berlusconi, Italy's impossible prime minister, has committed almost every sin that modern politics affords. He entertains barely-of-age girls as overnight guests and brags about it. He appoints business cronies and television starlets to government...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: The Internet Archive's Brewster Kahle

    Patt Morrison Asks: The Internet Archive's Brewster Kahle
    Brewster Kahle has the gleeful air of a man who has just found something wonderful and wants to tell his friends all about it. And his friends are the 2 billion people, and counting, who are on the Internet every day. What he has found -- or more...
  • McManus: All pain, no gain in southern Europe

    Milan, Italy — From the American side of the Atlantic, the debate over Europe's economic future often sounds like a bloodless, mind-numbing discussion of currency zones, bank recapitalization and interest rates. But in countries with fragile...
  • 'No shooshing' at Let's Play Books!

    In a world where many independently owned and operated bookstores are closing their doors, Let's Play Books! in Emmaus aims to buck the trend. The shop, which sells approximately 1,000 youth-oriented books (about 850 separate titles), opened Dec. 5 at...
  • Eataly Chicago: Mario Batali unveils 'theme park' for Italian food

    Eataly Chicago: Mario Batali unveils 'theme park' for Italian food
    Admit it: Thanksgiving festivities aside, a gigantic bowl of tagliatelle with clams, a couple of meatballs, a side of polenta and a robust, earthy red to wash it all down, sounds much better right about now, doesn't it? Mario Batali bet his Crocs on it....
  • What's new in France and Spain for 2012

    While their economies may be undergoing turbulence in 2012, positive changes in France and Spain are also in the air -- making this year a good time to touch down in these essential European destinations. In France, Paris' progressive mayor, Bertrand...
  • A blitz tour of Madrid

    I'm standing on a tiny balcony overlooking the Times Square of all of Spain, Madrid's Puerta del Sol. Within a 10-minute walk I can visit Madrid's Royal Palace, one of the greatest palaces in Europe; Plaza Mayor, the ultimate town square; or the Prado...
  • The allure of Cordoba

    Tucked into a bend of its river, the Andalusian town of Cordoba has a glorious Moorish past. While its old wall evokes the history of a long-ago empire, its elegant cityscape and convivial squares show a modern pride. Typical of southern Spain, it's a...
  • Fernandez bona fide force

    Fernandez bona fide force
    When Javier Fernandez finished his free skate at the European Championships last month, having landed three clean quadruple jumps, a Spanish TV commentator spent the next minute uttering a stream of "bravos." "I am speechless," the commentator said amid...