The way the language is being taught in the Philippines has become a minor scandal. For the rest of us, it's a reminder of just how tricky learning a language is.
Residents find a feeling of neighborliness as they tend to communal vegetable plots.
When a life's work is greeted by deep appreciation in the final curtain call.
Vince Guaraldi in his essence, 'Life on Mars' TV series now on DVD, creativity at its best in '500 Tables, and more.
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A blueberry farm in Arkansas draws crowds from as far away as Oklahoma and Kansas for a sweet summer treat.
Would rescuing the neighbors' tumbling garbage cans take the chill off relations?
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A inspirational author, who turns out to be a fraud, finds a form of redemption with the help of his chiropractor.
French new wave legend Agnès Varda turns the camera on herself in this whimsical and touching portrait.
This biting political satire will have you laughing hard as it skewers London and Washington politicos in the run-up to war.
New CD releases highlight turning points in Caribbean, Middle Eastern, African, and NuYorican music.
They prove it's possible to make a living from a 7-acre 'front yard.'
Flowers may lose their luster at summer's end, but shrubs, which require little attention, deliver multi-season interest.
During the dog days of summer, a variety of flowers, such as black-eyed Susans and purple coneflowers, continue to bloom.
A new generation discovers the delights of an old technology.
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