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  • Pantone color-codes the queen for her Diamond Jubilee

     
    To mark Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee, Pantone and ad agency Leo Burnett's London office have created a color guide that matches Pantone's color numbers to some of the British monarch's most memorable monochromatic moments -- like the royal...
  • Ireland votes on treaty aimed at controlling Europe's deficits

     
    Irish voters went to the polls in a referendum on a treaty aimed at controlling the runaway deficits of European Union countries....
  • City Beat: What's Irish about a Hollywood mini-mall?

     
    There are no green rolling hills here, no thatched cottages or bogs. But the spirit of Ireland is alive and well in a Hollywood mini-mall....
  • Europe ponders 'banking union' to avert further euro crises

     
    European leaders called Wednesday for the 17-nation Eurozone to create a "banking union" to collectively stabilize struggling financial institutions and protect national governments from taking on excessive debt to bail out their banks....
  • St. Patrick’s Day good for a Google Doodle and a ‘Leprechaun’

     
    St. Patrick's Day has arrived and brought with it a high-stepping Google Doodle. The Feast of St. Patrick means shamrocks ......
  • Mystery-thriller book review: 'Broken Harbour'

    Mystery-thriller book review: 'Broken Harbour'
    Summer might be drawing to a close, but don't worry — there's still plenty of time to squeeze in a few more chills provided by new mysteries and thrillers from Karin Fossum, Tana French and Thomas H. Cook. * The Irish seaside enclave that provides...
  • In Ireland, optimism is in the air

    In Ireland, optimism is in the air
    DUBLIN, Ireland — There are no people on Earth as romantic as the French. No one is punctual like the Swiss. The Germans have defined a sense of order. The Italians know how to eat. And no one, I mean no one, does misery like the Irish. Ireland's...
  • Ireland info

    Ireland info
    If you go THE BEST WAY TO DUBLIN, IRELAND From LAX, United, American, Delta, US Airways, AER Lingus and British offer connecting service (change of plane) to Dublin. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $486, including taxes and fees. TELEPHONES To...
  • Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in L.A. area — no blarney

    Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in L.A. area — no blarney
    Mistakes are the portals of discovery. At least that's what James Joyce, one of Ireland's most famous writers — and a notorious drinker — once said. The phrase rings particularly true on St. Patrick's Day, the saucy Irish holiday that is...
  • Junot Diaz lands on shortlist for $45,000 British short story prize

    Junot Diaz lands on shortlist for $45,000 British short story prize
    Dominican American writer Junot Diaz is on the shortlist for the Sunday Times EFG Private Bank short story award. The British prize is said to be the world's largest for a single short story: The winner will receive more than $45,000. It's Diaz's...
  • Recalled European frozen lasagna found to contain horse meat

    Recalled European frozen lasagna found to contain horse meat
    About 20,000 frozen lasagna meals were recalled in Sweden this week after tests found the food items to contain 60% to 100% horse meat. European frozen-food company Findus pulled the affected food items from grocery store shelves Monday while it...