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Hasidic groups in New York patrol religious neighborhoods in marked cars, but they occasionally clash with outside groups and even among themselves.
A fashion movement asks consumers to think about the origin and materials of their clothes.
Western visitors gave the street vendor prestige.
Students solve conflicts and learn how to cooperate as world leaders.
Clivias aren’t as well known as orchids, but they’re easier to grow.
A collection of children's books has adult appeal.
I waited near the corner to see what would happen.
A photographer finds that the inauguration story was really the reaction of the millions who gathered to hear Obama.
Website offers bailout to economically strapped suitors this Valentine’s Day
This Oklahoman has been passionate about the tiny trees since 1987.
You may need to be a 'Star Wars' geek yourself to enjoy this road movie about over-the-top 'Star Wars' fans.
How to read the signals of the opposite sex – or not, as this romantic comedy demonstrates.
Based on the popular novel by the same name, the children's horror story is chillingly rendered in 3-D.
Steve Martin's Inspector Clouseau and his comically gifted cohorts labor to raise laughs.
Guitar superstars, the next generation of Coltrane, Creeley's poetry in song, and more.