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Latest Oktoberfest Items
Belleville doesn't expect to be hotdogging it when the southwestern Illinois community celebrates its bicentennial. That's because this 200th birthday blowout is all about the brat.
A thief has returned — along with a letter of apology — a 255-pound pumpkin that a 9-year-old Pennsylvania boy won by correctly guessing its weight.
In a major blow to one of this country's signature industries, Germany's top breweries may be facing hundreds of millions of dollars in fines for colluding to raise beer prices over the past two decades.
Thousands of people marched Sunday in 56 Spanish cities to protest punishing austerity cuts that they say will only increase unemployment and job insecurity in a country suffering from its second recession in three years and record-high unemployment.
Munich's famed celebration of beer, the Oktoberfest, is drawing to a close after some 6.4 million visitors downed an estimated 6.9 million liter mugs of Bavarian brew _ some 14.6 million pints.
This year's Oktoberfest folk festival already has attracted an estimated 3.6 million visitors, Munich officials said Sunday.
This year's Oktoberfest folk festival has already attracted an estimated 3.6 million visitors, the city of Munich said Sunday.
Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly had three pairs of soccer shoes stolen before Real Madrid's Champions League game against Bayern Munich. The new ones he'll get as compensation will make him fit right into the Oktoberfest this year.
With German roots and Bible Belt values, the north Alabama town of Cullman marked Oktoberfest for decades with oompah music, lederhosen and bratwurst, but no beer. Now the party long billed as the world's only dry Oktoberfest is finally going wet.