Monthly Archive:: March 2017

Hungarian PM denounces Soros-backed college, U.S. urges restraint

By Krisztina Than and Marton Dunai BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday a Budapest university founded by financier George Soros had “cheated” in awarding its diplomas and violated Hungarian laws. Orban, outspoken critic of liberal civil organizations funded by Soros, said the Central European University’s fate depended now on talks

USA Cycling Wants You Back

Insurance: the core of the Ride membership is a $25,000 supplemental insurance policy for accidents at organized rides. Crucially, says Bouchard-Hall, this includes any event ride, regardless of whether it’s run under a USA Cycling permit or not. This is separate from the insurance policies offered to event promoters – it follows the individual rider.

Review: An Absent Baritone Looms Over the Met Opera’s ‘Onegin’

Photo The soprano Anna Netrebko and the baritone Mariusz Kwiecien in the title role in “Eugene Onegin” at the Metropolitan Opera on Thursday. Credit Ian Douglas for The New York Times For fans of the baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky, the return of Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” to the Metropolitan Opera on Thursday was a bittersweet occasion. He

How To Choose The Best Horse Stable

There are many things to consider when choosing a horse stable for you and your horse. Make sure the stables have plenty of land, because horses need large areas, as they need both pastures and areas where they can exercise and be trained. You should also make sure there are other horses stabled there since