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WORLD
February 14, 2010
The Venice Carnival is in full swing with the canal city's Renaissance, Baroque and Venetian Gothic palaces and piazzas a perfect setting for this annual, sumptuous street theater. Shrove Tuesday festivities will be jam-packed with dinners, balls, music and dancing in sometimes eccentrically modern garb, but mostly in gorgeous period costumes and masks. A gondola parade along the Grand Canal, Casanova's Ball in the Palazzo Zenobio, a Baroque concert in a Venetian music school and cocktails while listening to opera in a historic hotel are just a few items in two weeks of stylish hedonism and decadence.
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TRAVEL
December 5, 2010
The Navona is inside an antique palazzo built in the 1400s that has belonged to this family for centuries. For those who love to walk, Castel St. Angelo and Vatican City are accessible by foot. The Navona is in Rome's historic center, yet its quiet location on Via dei Sediari is ideal for sleeping too. I can't say enough about the family, the hotel and its operation. Hotel Navona, 8 Via dei Sediari, Rome; 011-39-06-6830-1252, http://www.hotelnavona.com . Doubles from $136 MaryAnn Vanover, Santa Barbara
BUSINESS
May 21, 2002 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Plans for a $100-million apartment and retail complex in Westwood are drawing fire as--once again--a savvy developer tries to push limits on new construction while equally sophisticated neighborhood activists battle to scale down his project. For decades, Westwood was a busy retail area and a hot spot for movie premieres. But in the late 1980s, a spate of violence scared off moviegoers and the recession reined in development.
NATIONAL
October 31, 2010 | By James Oliphant, Tribune Washington Bureau
Just days before the election, U.S. Rep. Gene Taylor (D-Miss.) rattled off his virtues to a room full of college students here: Endorsements from the National Rifle Assn. and National Right to Life Committee; his opposition to the healthcare bill, to the bank bailouts, and to altering the Pentagon's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy. He praised John McCain and distanced himself from Nancy Pelosi. Finally, Jaclyn Northrup couldn't take it anymore. She raised her hand. "You say you're a Democrat," she began.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 15, 2000 | PATRICK PACHECO, Patrick Pacheco is a regular contributor to Calendar
The Cole Porter song "I Loved Him, but He Didn't Love Me" is usually sung by a woman. But in "Confidentially, Cole," the one-person show opening Saturday at the Tiffany Theater, the 1929 tune will be sung by a young man, Sean Hayden. And that's where the "confidentially" comes in.
IMAGE
July 16, 2010 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
In the last few years, fashion designers have been invading the hotel industry. "Hotel companies and guests have become conscious of design," says hospitality industry analyst Bruce Baltin, from L.A.-based Colliers PKF Consulting USA. "Also, it is another avenue for designers to expose their styles to consumers." This spring, LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, the luxury conglomerate with more than 50 brands including Louis Vuitton, Emilio Pucci and Givenchy, threw its monogrammed hat into the ring, announcing plans to develop luxury hotels.
BUSINESS
November 23, 2004 | From Associated Press
The company that owns the Venetian resort in Las Vegas is aiming for an initial public offering price of $20 to $22 a share, according to documents filed Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company, to be known as Las Vegas Sands Corp. when it goes public, said it planned to sell more than 23.8 million shares of stock and give underwriters the option to purchase an additional 3.5 million shares.
TRAVEL
June 10, 2012 | By Susan Spano, Special to the Los Angeles Times
SANSEPOLCRO, Italy - Sansepolcro, in the far northeast corner of Tuscany, can't match Florence and Siena for culture. It isn't even on the top of a hill like San Gimignano. It has, English writer Aldous Huxley noted, "some fine Renaissance palaces; a not very interesting church, and the best painting in the world" - the "Resurrection," completed around 1470 by Sansepolcro native Piero della Francesca. Never heard of it? Don't worry. It is a special masterpiece by a master known chiefly to art historians, a multifaceted Renaissance man who wrote books on mathematics, geometry and perspective that guided his brush without dictating to it, leaving him free to paint with imagination and heart.
NATIONAL
April 17, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
McCarran International Airport has debuted its $125-million expansion project, which will allow the nation's sixth-busiest airport to handle about 3.1 million more passengers a year. The expansion comes less than two weeks before the scheduled debut of Wynn Las Vegas, a $2.7-billion hotel-casino that is the first of several major additions underway along the Las Vegas Strip.
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