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"Finns drink hard," confides Timo Siitonen, bartender and managing director at A21 Cocktail Lounge (a21.fi) in Helsinki. This is especially the case during the long summer days, when the midnight sun encourages tipplers to go for the long haul....
Did you ever listen to a band, become a fan and buy their albums however you didn't truly realize the importance of the band and their body of work until much later. For me, one of those bands is Reverend Bizarre. Nowadays "doom" is a word that bands...
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CNNBERLIN -- New Zealand is perceived as the least corrupt nation on earth, and Somalia and North Korea are seen as the most corrupt, a German watchdog organization said in a report released this week. The United States ranked 24th least corrupt on a...
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Money & CompanyStandard & Poor's: The Standard & Poor's said it could downgrade long-term credit ratings for nations in the eurozone....
Culture MonsterMusic critic Mark Swed highlights the best of the year in classical music and opera....
Pop & HissR. Kelly has written 32 new chapters in his "Trapped in the Closet" saga, while "American Idol's" Adam Lambert was briefly detained in a Finnish jail after a bar fight with his boyfriend....
Ministry of GossipAdam Lambert and boyfriend Sauli Koskinen were arrested and jailed Wednesday night after brawling outside a bar in Helsinki, Finland. Adam Lambert and Sauli Koskinen, who is from Finland, were questioned and released after the fight....
24 FramesStarting this weekend and continuing Jan. 14 and 15, the noncompetitive Scandinavian Film Festival L.A. boasts a “smorgasbord of Nordic cinema” with features, shorts and documentaries from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden —...
24 FramesOne of the most talked-about movies at this year’s Berlin Film Festival has turned out to be “Iron Sky,” a quirky sci-fi parody with aspirations to political satire....
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Correspondent Steve Kroft of CBS' "60 Minutes" interviewed Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, who recounted arriving in early 2009 to 54,000 employees fearful of liquidation. The report aired Sunday night. Marchionne...
Company TownIn the upcoming HBO movie “Hemingway & Gellhorn,” actors Clive Owen and Nicole Kidman bring to life the passionate and stormy relationship between Hemingway and World War II correspondent Martha Gellhorn, the inspiration for his novel “...
CNNThinking about this makes my eyes hurt. Researchers at the University of Washington and Finland's Aalto University have developed a prototype of a contact lens that would project digital images onto the retinas of its wearer. And, for the first time,...
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