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David A. Harris, executive director of the American Jewish Committee, visited the editorial board yesterday to discuss various issues in the Middle East. Harris has recently returned from a tour of several Arab countries. Some highlights: Annapolis and...
Dr. Charles S. Lieber, who overturned conventional wisdom by demonstrating that alcohol is a toxin that can damage the liver and that alcoholism is a disease that can be treated, died March 1 at his home in Tenafly, N.J. He was 78 and had been battling...
BELGIUM Serene stay Antwerp, renowned for its diamonds, chocolates, art and fashion scene, is home to a great B&B. The decor is beautiful, the service outstanding. In the morning, your breakfast awaits in the most serene dining room. Huis 'T Schaep...
Times Movie CriticWhat a difference 21 years makes. In 1987, the last time a French film won the Palme d'Or, the audience at the Palais du Festival was so angry at the choice of "Under the Sun of Satan" that it hooted furiously and the director, Maurice Pialat, yelled...
Mort Lovban will give an illustrated presentation on Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Where, when: Roxbury Park Community Center, 471 S. Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills, 1 p.m. Wednesday. Admission: Free Info: (310) 550-4761 email@example.com
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For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234, dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. mission or...
Call it the luck of the Irish. Since hitting theaters in February, "In Bruges" has not been the toast of award season -- the pitch-black comedic thriller has been more like the season's half-finished drink left sitting on the bar. The movie turned up...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBeneath a big white head of foam, the beer in the glass isn't clear yellow -- there's a pearly haze to it. When you lift it to your lips, you get a whiff of sweet spice and oranges. On the palate, it signs off with a tart, yeasty twist. What the heck...
For this tasting, we assembled 19 wit biers, roughly half Belgian and half American. The tasting panel consisted of Charles Perry, Betty Hallock and Father's Office owner Sang Yoon. One general principle soon emerged: The larger the bottle the wit is sold...
Tribune staff reporterA weekend of riches in Luxembourg City LUXEMBOURG CITY OK, so it isn't Paris. This city -- one of two European Cultural Capitals for 2007 and capital of the richest per-capita-income country on the planet -- is pretty nice. Like all worthwhile...
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'News From the Empire' by Fernando del Paso; translated from the Spanish by Alfonso González and Stella T. ClarkNews From the Empire A Novel Fernando del Paso, translated from the Spanish by Alfonso González and Stella T. Clark Dalkey Archive Press: 710 pp., $18.95 paper "What happens," writes the Mexican novelist Fernando del Paso, "when an author can't escape...
Los Angeles Times Staff Writer2007-10-08 13:03:24.0 Administrator2: Hi all, and welcome to the Travel Chat! 2007-10-08 13:03:40.0 Administrator2: Welcome to Jen Leo, Jane Engle and Andrew Nystrom! 2007-10-08 13:04:01.0 Andrew Nystrom, Web Travel Editor: Welcome travel fans. Thanks...
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