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  • Nicole Kidman's 'Grace of Monaco' Gets First Trailer

    The first footage of Nicole Kidman's "Grace of Monaco" has debuted, two months ahead of its U.S. opening. Milo Ventimiglia, Frank Langella, Parker Posey, Paz Vega and Derek Jacobi co-star. Olivier Dahan, helmer of "La Vie en Rose," directed from a...
  • Take your tech -- but have a Plan B

    Take your tech -- but have a Plan B
    These days, most of you overseas travelers take high-tech gadgets: a smartphone as a minimum, and often a tablet or notebook. For reading materials, either a tablet or a Kindle has replaced the traditional stack of paperback "penny dreadfuls." You include...
  • Major European aerospace merger sends shockwaves around the globe

    PARIS -- The first of the presidential debates is supposed to be confined to domestic American issues, which is nearly all that the candidates have talked about during the campaign until now. Foreign affairs have forced their way into the campaign on a...
  • As Hollande struggles, so does the opposition

    PARIS -- France has a double crisis. Its ruling political party, Francois Hollande's Socialist, is in a state of catatonia, usually defined as a condition of incoherence with alternate periods of stupor and activity. More below about that. Former...
  • At long last, a 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' sequel!

    "CHINA IS a big country, inhabited by many Chinese," said Charles de Gaulle," with incredible insight. Fans of Ang Lee's "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" were caught by surprise when they learned that a sequel is being planned. Thirteen years after the...
  • How I spent my summer vacation

    If the falling leaves, shorter days and the return of traffic jams on the JFX have you pining for those lost, carefree days of summer, we commiserate — especially after we tried to drown our end-of-summer blues in a sunny strawberries-and-creme...
  • Will Caviar and Champagne Lure Auds to Luxe French Multiplex?

    Consolidating its vertical integration, Luc Besson's EuropaCorp unveiled its first multiplex located on the outskirts of Paris during a presentation hosted by the shingle's CEO Christophe Lambert on Wednesday. EuropaCorp Cinemas got off to a glitzy start...
  • Carnett: Seeing the future on the screen

    I'm not normally a prescient sort of fellow. ESP isn't hardwired into my DNA. But, the other night I felt eerily and unmistakably clairvoyant. I knew what was going to happen before it happened in the lives of others. No, I didn't see dead people....
  • Rick Atkinson closes his war trilogy with 'The Guns at Last Light'

    After calling it a masterpiece of deep reporting and powerful storytelling, what more needs to be said of Rick Atkinson's trilogy about World War II? The first volume, "An Army at Dawn: The War in North Africa, 1942-1943" received the Pulitzer Prize for...
  • Packing a bag to stay under airlines' weight limits and avoid fees

    Packing a bag to stay under airlines' weight limits and avoid fees
    After a lifetime of traveling internationally and paying zillions of dollars for going over the weight limit, I have changed my gluttonous, overpacking ways. I am now Someone Who Packs Light. To wit: I have been living for nearly three months out of a...
  • Marking Richard Nixon's 100th birthday -- with a map

     
    Richard Nixon map: "Native Son Richard Nixon's Southern California: My Life on a Map!" follows the life of the only White House occupant born and raised in Southern California....