J. Kenji López-Alt was looking for the secret to an evenly golden, puffed schnitzel. He found it, and his recipe puts a new spin on an Austrian technique.
The pandemic has pushed the Vienna Philharmonic to experiment while protecting its musicians and audience, and preserving its signature sound.
Grete Wiesenthal, a ballet-trained Viennese dancer, made the waltz modern and a vehicle for solo expression.
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced a set of legislative proposals that would make it easier to keep terrorists behind bars, close mosques and clamp down on funding for terrorists.
The gunman, who killed four people and wounded 23, had been arrested for trying to join ISIS, raising questions about whether he should have been closely watched.
A gunman was killed, and the authorities were searching for possible accomplices, but the police suggested that the man acted alone.
The Austrian leader described the gunmen as terrorists, but no motive has emerged. At least one attacker was still at large.
Several assailants with rifles opened fire in the historic heart of the city, and the police killed one of them. There was no official word on a motive.
Several people were reported injured in the shooting Monday night in the heart of Austria’s capital. The country’s interior minister called it a terrorist attack.
Ballet and contemporary performers across Europe are returning to work in a different world, with masks, liability waivers and no touching.