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Culture MonsterTim Burton has landed in Paris -- specifically, at the famed Cinémathèque française. The art exhibition devoted to the eccentric filmmaker has been a popular success in New York, Melbourne, Toronto and, most recently, Southern California, at the Los...
Culture MonsterMark Swed reviews Long Beach Opera's overly silly but marvelously performed Surrealist double bill of Martinu's "Tears of A Knife" and Poulenc's "The Breasts of Tiresias."...
Tribune NewspapersNot unlike its counterpart rock 'n' roll, memorable jazz novels occupy a pretty slim shelf at the local bookstore. Though the music has been gracefully spun into fiction by Roddy Doyle, Michael Ondaatje and — most distinctively — Rafi Zabor in...
Tags: Book, Germany, Arts and Culture, Berlin (Germany), Nazi Party
Culture MonsterChung Myung-Whun conducted musicians from North Korea's Unhasu Orchestra and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France in a historic concert Wednesday at the Salle Pleyel in Paris....
THE BEST WAY TO CANCALE, FRANCE From LAX, Air Tahiti Nui and Air France offer nonstop service to Paris, and Delta, British and Lufthansa offer connecting service (change of plane). Restricted round-trip fares begain at $485, excluding taxes and fees. The...
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...
Tags: Silvio Berlusconi, Finance, Germany, Angela Merkel, Government
Jean Giraud, an enduring figure in European comics whose fantasy and sci-fi work — which he signed with his alias, Moebius — deeply influenced alien-world imagery throughout pop culture, has died. He was 73. Giraud died Friday night or...
François Bon knows about the hidden cemetery just behind the Grande Arche, a minimalist monument to modernity that looms over France's version of Wall Street, or La Défense. The decision to surround the office buildings in one of Europe's largest...
World NowThe slaying of three children and a teacher Monday outside a Jewish high school seemed to echo recent attacks on soldiers of North African or Caribbean descent in the same southwestern region of France, raising fears and suspicion of a serial attack on...
World Nows French police remain locked in a standoff with a man wanted in connection with the shooting deaths of seven people, including soldiers and Jewish schoolchildren, new information emerged about the suspected killer....
Culture MonsterMusicians from North Korea's National Symphony Orchestra could travel to the U.S. as early as this year for a multiple-city tour organized by American promoters, according to reports. But the tour isn't a certainty because approval is required by...
World NowNews of a bloodied and troubled Syria has begun to run on Iranian state television, focusing on angles sympathetic to the regime of President Bashar Assad as it contends with armed rebels and foreign critics....
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