Docudrama about falling love in love has a sweet, meandering quality.
An existential comedy with Paul Giamatti in a brilliantly deadpan lead role.
This documentary about the slaughter of dolphins is also a call to arms.
In the past two summers, the number of farmers' markets in Alaska has grown from 16 to 27.
Rare warm summer weather yields a bounty of cauliflower, broccoli, and other vegetables.
The buzz around a new book has the Monitor's language columnist noodling on some intriguing turns of phrase in use around the world.
Dan Hinkley collects foreign seeds and brings them back to the United States.
A photographer's point of view.
Antiques and colorful flowers add charm and grab the attention of passerby.
And it's not half bad. Even in a recession, Americans bow to the slobbering, shedding, fiercely loyal king of pets.
A Turkish designer brings a woman's touch – and perspective – to the interior.
A photo-packed magazine on Central Asia, Miss Marple's mysteries out on DVD, the best of IMAX on TV, and more.
The ancient fruit is in high season and makes a perfect companion to prosciutto and goat cheese.
Graham Thomas rose has just been named the world's favorite.
Afghan hopefuls risk their life to sing in an 'American Idol' spinoff that offers a window on a war-weary tribal culture.
Drama follows two Danish resistance fighters during World War II and their fear of infiltrators.
Adam Sandler plays a successful comic coming to grips with a possibly fatal diagnosis in the latest Judd Apatow comedy.
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