The Nines recently released an album that gathers together unreleased tracks over their 15 years together. The result is 'Polarities.'
In a discussion held at Rochester’s annual 360/365 Film Festival moderated by local film critic Jack Garner, director Julie Taymor spoke about her films and caeer.
Baking 200 cupcakes for her friends' wedding ended up being a real labor of love.
A Christian Science perspective: As baby-boomers reach retirement age, creative solutions to caregiving are surfacing. Prayer can awaken us to divine Love's always present care.
Landscape design: Variegated rhododendrons are impressive, but what you plant with them can also help light up the garden. Here's a designer's advice.
A Christian Science perspective: When all seems lost, God is right at hand.
Fake Tupac story: the PBS NewsHour website took down a fake Tupac story that they say was posted by hackers.
The City Opera’s goals as a company are to make opera affordable and accessible for the public and to keep their repertory innovative and forward-looking.
The Kanye West challenge on 'America's Best Dance Crew' challenges the competitors to dance to a medley of West's songs.
Charlie Chaplin’s 75-year-old 'Modern Times' applies just as much to 1936′s factory work as it does to 2011′s technological work.
A Christian Science perspective: Finding a connection with the rest of the world may demand a push out of the comfort zone.
Summer is the season of eating outdoors. Typically, that means food that is either grilled or packed into portable containers and served cold. From the Monitor's archives, here is a list of 15 recipes – some exotic, some traditional, and all delectable – to help you prepare for your next picnic, barbecue, or day at the beach.
Justin Bieber tattoo: The pop singer has a new tattoo of Jesus’ name written in Hebrew. Beyond Justin Bieber, what do religious authorities say about tattoos?
Argentine Indie film 'Puzzle' ('Rompecabezas') captures a housewife's quiet joy in solving puzzles and leavening a life of routine.