Singers have become lab rats for directors.
The International Monetary Fund cut its growth forecasts for France and said the country had to build on efforts to free up its labor market.
Leonard Cohen, the menu at Royal Ascot, and a carpet designed by the Queen’s nephew are our choices for London this weekend.
Georgia’s central bank should avoid “moving too fast” to tighten monetary policy because inflation may slow by the end of the year, according to the International Monetary Fund.
The satire hits with a surprising slap in Harold Pinter’s “The Hothouse.”
Georgia must reduce its budget deficit and foreign debt to increase investor confidence and cut dependence on international assistance, the International Monetary Fund said.
France lost its top credit rating at Fitch Ratings, which highlighted concern about lack of growth and the buildup of debt in Europe’s second-largest economy.
The love-struck heroine of “Simon Boccanegra” is 25, according to Verdi. If I am doing the math right, in English National Opera’s new production she’s a pensioner of at least 68.
Grandmother Judy Haussman is a noisy, vulgar, pill-popping old hippie.
Comedies are like Eurozone crises. You wait ages for one, and then three turn up at once.