I was a contributor to this April 18 Reuters story about the Repsol/YPF case.
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In five years, chef Gert De Mangeleer took his Bruges restaurant Hertog Jan from no Michelin stars to three, becoming one of Belgium’s top-rated restaurants.
Fresh off their Oscar win for the soundtrack to The Artist, I reported on how the Brussels Philharmonic returned from the brink of bankruptcy.
In the first update of the morning, I helped another reporter file this earnings report on supermarket group Delhaize and then attended a press conference at its corporate HQ.
In conjunction with one of Europe’s most prominent animated film festivals held in Brussels, I spoke with animator Fraser MacLean about his book, “Setting the Scene.”
The Lithuanian Prime Minister spoke to reporters at the European Commission. I recorded his interview and relayed it to our correspondent in Vilnius.
As part of my coverage of the Anima film festival in Brussels, I covered Spanish filmmaker Sam Orti who was teaching a stop-motion filmmaking class and presented his life’s work to date.
As a preview to the Anima film festival, I examined the rise of Asian animated films from outside of Japan and the opening of the festival with a Goro Miyazaki film.
I helped one of our Belgian desk reporters with the earnings report for ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steelmaker.
At the Truc Troc art show in Brussels, part of the fun is that artists barter – not sell – their pieces of art. Some of the offers are more intriguing than others, such as when someone gave Delphine Boel 10,000 earplugs for a print.