Carlos Alcaraz, 19, has recovered from injury and dominated the field at the newly completed Indian Wells Masters tournament where he easily defeated Daniil Medvedev 6-3, 6-2 in the final
Israel has over the past three/four years provided a paradigm shift when it comes to energy security and stability.
In the third part of our wide-ranging interview with Professor Raymond Holden AM, we discuss Richard Strauss’ (1864–1949) relationship with Nazi-Germany, his collaboration with the distinguished Austrian playwright and biographer, Stefan Zweig (1881–1942), and his Jewish family members.
Maryland-based attorney Andrew Stein organized a tennis tournament for his friends and associates as pandemic era restrictions had been lifted during the summer of 2022.
Jens Stoltenberg’s strength – coupled with his competence and conviction to preserve Europe’s hard-earned freedoms – have enabled him to maintain an alliance that is becoming increasingly divided over culture.
For pianist Daniel-Ben Pienaar, Curzon Lecturer in Performance Studies at the Royal Academy of Music and Professor of the University of London, it’s all about keeping in mind that we are now all “tourists” when it comes to classical music.
Casper Ruud of Norway, 24, enjoyed a phenomenal season last year when he made it to two grand slam finals, the French Open and the US Open.
The rise of India will inevitably impact strategic competition between the United States and China, which is why Air India’s recent announcement that it will buy 470 planes from Airbus and Boeing is of utmost geopolitical significance.
In the second part of our wide-ranging interview with Professor Raymond Holden AM, we discuss Richard Strauss’s historical legacy as the last preeminent composer-conductor of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to organize a professional tennis tournament? “To succeed, it has to be organized like any other business,” explains Ray Benton, CEO of the Junior Tennis Champions Center at College Park, Maryland.