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EAST JORDAN -- In 1947 Helen Fortney picked up a pen and wrote a letter to a young man in Germany. She was 16. Kurt Maybaum, then 20, wrote back and the two began to send letters to one another striking up an unusual friendship. Sixty-six years later...
Los Angeles TimesJustin Bieber just can't seem to hold on to his pets. There was the snake, and the hamster, and now there's Mally, his confiscated capuchin monkey, which he may be abandoning in Germany in hopes that the critter will find an appropriate, loving home...
The operatic world had a banner year in 1813 with the birth of two giants, Verdi and Wagner, both of whom transformed the experience of opera. Lehigh University Choral Arts, under the direction of Steven Sametz and with the assistance of a new member...
For decades, Virginia Roche tirelessly defended those she found most vulnerable: abused and neglected animals. The New Smyrna Beach woman, who once had been a social worker for mentally and physically abused children in Central Florida, was appointed...
On the night of Nov. 7, 1938, at the German Embassy in Paris, a 17-year-old Polish Jew named Herschel Grynszpan gained access to the office of a low-ranking Nazi named Ernst vom Rath by promising to turn over an "important document." Instead, Grynszpan...
Tags: Book, Car Mechanics, Judaism, Genocide, Paris (France)
Nine students from Petoskey High School have qualified to join almost 600 Michigan marketing students from 77 high schools and career centers to represent the state at DECA's annual International Career Development Conference on Tuesday, April 23, in...
It was a fine April day last week that found Elie Wiesel at Chapman University; it was a fine April day too, 58 years earlier, when the gaunt, teenage Wiesel found himself alive and suddenly free to walk out of the Buchenwald concentration camp. In the...
Roller-skating in a zebra outfit. Flipping a man with your feet while dressed as a frog. Juggling six rings in a bee costume. These acts apparently aren't hard enough for the stars of Cirque Dreams. But performing them while cruising the high seas? Now,...
Whether you're seeing it for the first time or revisiting an old favorite, Fritz Lang's "M" in its new digital restoration should not be missed. Few films are gripping and effective 82 years after their original release, but this one surely is....
The Russian Justice Ministry accused an election watchdog of failing to register as a “foreign agent” on Tuesday, alleging the group still receives funding from abroad. Golos, a nongovernmental organization that monitors Russian elections,...
Tags: Vladimir Putin, Fines, Angela Merkel, Elections, Politics
Corporate earnings reports have pacified investors this week after a bout of selling followed renewed concerns about a global slowdown last week. It's not that companies have provided dazzling first-quarter results. Many are continuing to make their...
Autoblog.comFiled under: Europe, Plants/Manufacturing, GM, Opel Europe's ailing economy has caused the supervisory board at General Motors, which includes four senior executives, to vote to end production of the Opel Zafira MPV at the 50-year-old Bochum plant in...
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