With colored pencils and drawing paper, making a grocery list is no longer mundane.
'Predictive' software and the way language works
The artist's abstract paintings are powerfully organized around different hues.
In spite of what I thought was a good choice of flowers, I hadn't considered one particular 'pest.'
Hey kids, see how many of these 'wind' words you can guess.
With so many shoeless feet on display, socks are an accessory that must be chosen carefully.
Impressive growth of visitors from nontraditional places, including China, now put tourism ahead of gold mining.
This all-purpose starchy food can be used as an entrée, a side dish, or a dessert.
Despite the snow on the ground, a sure sign of spring is a flicker drumming on a metal chimney at 5:30 a.m.
Note to readers.
Mockingbirds stand ready to protect their home and family.
You decide whose arguments are best in these five real-life court cases.
Request for feedback from kids, teachers, and parents.
Hungry Haitian children are her neighbors, too, an American woman realizes.
Fog contributes a sense of intrigue to photos taken on a rainy day.
When you're a neat freak, spring is the time to organize everything in the house.
The British actor, who died Wednesday, won an Academy Award when he took the role on-screen.
The leadership and performance guru reveals what he's reading, watching, and listening to.
To commemorate the start of the MLB season, Monitor film critic Peter Rainer recommends the five best baseball movies ever made. ("Field of Dreams" isn't one of them!)
Wipe away the fairy dust, and you'll find a solidly conventional tale in 'Enchanted.' But if it's a thrill you're looking for, try 'I Am Legend.' And buckle in tight.
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