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Fiji Officials declared resorts in the main tourist area of Nadi and other regions of western Viti Levu out of the disaster zone after what meteorologists called the strongest and most relentless storm in 100 years. Nevertheless, the tropical...
Egypt Egyptian authorities lifted the requirement for tourist vehicles to travel in armed convoys after 10 years without a terrorist incident on the roads along the Nile. The restriction was put in place after the 1997 attack at the Temple of...
Special to the Tribune"Travia: The Ultimate Book of Travel Trivia" (Intrepid Traveler, $15.95; ISBN: 978-1-887140-75-1) Trivia and travel buffs will find this book hard to put down. Author Nadine Godwin divides "Travia" into a dozen thematic chapters, including travel...
Times Staff WriterThe concept of the sublime runs discreetly through Hungarian filmmaker Lajos Koltai's transcendent World War II drama "Fateless." It is not the simple notion of elevated beauty but rather the idea that a form of pleasure can be derived in even the most...
GETTING THERE: From LAX, Lufthansa, Air France, British, Aer Lingus and Delta offer connecting service (change of plane); restricted round-trip fares begin at $792. Budget carriers SkyEurope (vwww.skyeurope.com) and Wizzair (vwww.wizzair.com) offer low-...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSanta Barbara authorities have raided the home of a producer of gay pornography and close business associate to Michael Jackson in connection with the pop star's recent arrest on multiple counts of child molestation, law enforcement sources said Sunday....
Special to The SunBOSTON - She's 37 now, ancient by big-time track and field standards. But no one's daring to suggest that three-time Olympic gold medalist Gail Devers is slowing down. Far from it. Thirty-four years after Chi Cheng of Taiwan won women's sprint and...
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Tribune movie critic3 ½ stars (out of 4) "Kontroll" is a highly exciting, visually alive thriller from young Hungarian filmmaker Nimrod Antal, who takes much of his inspiration from one of Budapest's most fascinating landmarks: its subway system. The second oldest subway...
Special to The Los Angeles TimesBudapest, Hungary — As I puzzled over a sign with too many letters I didn't recognize, a soft voice with a strange accent said, "I think I can help you." I was in the Rudas baths, a 16th century Turkish-style building by the Danube River, and I...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 5, 1999 At the beginning of the eloquent Holocaust documentary "The Last Days," a vigorous retired businessman named Bill Basch tells us how the Nazis might have managed to draw out World War II by as much as six months had they...
Tags: Hungary, Raoul Wallenberg, Judaism, Religious Conflicts, Death
Times Film Critic"An American Rhapsody" is the most heartfelt of movies, and how could it be otherwise? The emotional, stranger-than-fiction true story it's based on is that of its writer-director, Eva Gardos. Made with care and respect, "American Rhapsody" manages to...
Tags: Mae Whitman, Hungary, Colleen Camp, Nastassja Kinski, Family
Times Staff WriterAt the beginning of Nimród Antal's engrossing "Kontroll," an official of the Budapest Transport Co. self-consciously peers into Antal's camera and explains that the first-time feature director was granted permission to film in the world's second-largest...
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