A perfectly easy and delicious accompaniment to a main course. Use a variety of heirloom carrots to bring a burst of color to your Thanksgiving table.
This tender butternut squash is perfection and won't fail to delight on holiday tables.
'11.22.63' stars James Franco as a teacher who travels back in time to attempt to prevent the Kennedy assassination.
'Mockingjay' stars Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen, a teenager living in a dystopian world who rises up against the government. The adaptation of many young adult book series over the last few years has meant more female protagonists in big-budget series like 'Twilight' and 'Divergent.'
'The Man in the High Castle,' based on a novel by Philip K. Dick, imagines what the world would be like if the Axis Powers had won World War II. The new Amazon TV series premieres on Nov. 20.
You don't need to stuff a turkey to make this delicious dressing for Thanksgiving. It also makes a good vegetarian option for your table spread.
Part of the magic of language is finding just the right word for a particular need, and architecture is full of such specialized terms.
Winter squash, such as acorn or butternut, can make a filling, seasonal soup that's sure to please. This version, made with coconut milk, will satisfy vegan appetites.
Adele's new album '25' will be released on Nov. 20. Experts predict big sales, but can it measure up to albums from the pre-Napster, pre-iTunes era?
'Egypt,' which stars Gerard Butler as Egyptian god Set and 'Game of Thrones' actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Horus, looks like the newest film in the mold of the hit 'Clash of the Titans,' which combined mythology with lots of action.
This classic cheesy dip will be a hit at any holiday party, beginning with your Thanksgiving gathering.
Fey and Poehler are starring in the comedy 'Sisters,' which will debut in December. Fey recently co-created the Netflix sitcom 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' while Poehler starred in this past summer's hit 'Inside Out.'
The newest movie in the series, 'Furious 7,' was the highest-grossing film in the franchise so far. Will those behind the movies embrace the 'universe' model that's currently popular in Hollywood?