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Review: L.A. Opera's colorful reprise of Humperdinck's 'Hansel and Gretel'
Lumbering and lurching across the Los Angeles Opera stage this fall, life-size and larger-than-life-size puppets are stealing the show. In “Satyagraha,” Philip Glass's...
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Small brushfire reported in Shadow Hills
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Sabre's Farelogix purchase holds great potential for work on NDC
"I think that Sabre is getting a small company, compared to Sabre, that punches far above its weight in the multiple capabilities that Farelogix brings to the game," said...
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A huge loss for treasured open spaces in Santa Monica Mountains
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New Digs in East London
With a minimalist and slightly industrial vibe, hip steampunk touches and a trendy, up-and-coming location in Bethnel Green, The East London Hotel should definitely be on your...
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L.A. movie openings, Nov. 19-23: 'The Favourite,' 'Creed II,' 'Roma' and more
Nov. 19 Caniba Documentary from the makers of “Leviathan” explores one Japanese man's fascination with cannibalism. Directed by Véréna Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor. In...
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An ugly incident adds more stress to an already difficult situation
Thank you for the Fly Guy column about the ugly incident on Ryanair that occurred on Oct. 19 [“Ugly Rant Goes Unstopped,” by Elliott Hester]. I felt that the airline didn't...
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Winter Sports - Skiing Luxury Chalet Trends In France
It was in 1981 that Jocelyne and Jean-Louis Sibuet set off on their adventure in the hospitality business. Back then, it started with a small boutique hotel in Megève, a winter...
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Thanks for my coffee. On the great gratitude trail
Gratitude is good for us. With this in mind, writer A.J. Jacobs determines to cast off his habitual grumpiness and track down and say thank you to everyone responsible for his...
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Head for the Black Hills: tales of Crazy Horse and Custer in South Dakota
The carving of the Crazy Horse statue is a story in itself but then insurgent tales and mountain sculptures have helped shape this midwest state It takes a few seconds for the...
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Photo gallery: 11 otherwordly landscapes of Iceland that will make you want...
From majestic waterfalls to illuminating northern lights, Iceland beholds some of the world's most breathtaking scenery and natural wonders. Take a glimpse through the lens of...
Nashville is the city that tops the country music charts
Graham Boynton took advantage of British Airways' new direct route from London to Nashville and checked out the city's country music scene.
How to spend 48 hours in Luxembourg
Luxembourg may not be everyone's go-to place for a long weekend right now. But it turns out it has quirks, cafes and culture at every turn, says Neil Simpson.
Great British Boltholes: A review of The Village Pub, Cotswolds
The Village Pub is located within sleepy Barnsley, a few miles east of Cirencester. The rooms feature ‘yummy boxes' stocked with Cotswolds lager and bubbly.
Ex-Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis recalls her holidays of a lifetime
Ex-Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis discusses her love affair with Japan - and recalls taking her daughter, now pop star Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on her honeymoon to Bali.
10 cracking Christmas holiday packages across the UK
If you fancy spending Christmas at a relaxing hotel, wherever you choose has to feel very special - so we've selected the best deals on offer to help you pick a winner.
Former military lookout point perched on the Rock of Gibraltar is...
Built on the foundations of an anti-aircraft base used during the Second World War, the incredible viewing point stands taller than The Shard in London.
Nerve-wracking footage from the cockpit shows pilots landing during...
The pilots' bodies can be seen juddering in the turbulence, with torrential rain resulting in zero visibility before the runway in Spain gradually comes into view.
Half of the world's annual precipitation falls in just 12 days, new study finds
Government researchers analyzed data collected at weather stations across the globe for the find, and found the rainiest days are set to get rainier.
Author Amish Tripathi advocates revival of Sanskrit at Sahitya AajTak