Jazz legend Dave Brubeck roars into his 90th year like a young lion.
Artist Jerry Rosembert uses vivid murals in Port-au-Prince to raise hope and push for change.
Once a humble dish, Bouillabaisse now has haute-cuisine status. But it's still surprisingly simple.
Sofia Coppola’s minutely observed ‘Somewhere’ examines the emptiness of Hollywood celebrity.
Mike Leigh’s film ‘Another Year’ offers an intimate portrait of the sadness of the middle class.
Starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams, 'Blue Valentine' plots the fault lines of a young couple's relationship as it slowly falls apart.
'All Good Things' is a love story and murder mystery, based on the story of a wealthy New York scion whose wife went missing.
The retrofuturistic trend draws on a Jules Verne-like view of the world and Victorian-era technology.
Slim pickings for this year's 'word' prompt the Monitor's language columnist to suggest some rules for dealing with coinages.
Tiger Woods has seen four companies – Gillette, Accenture, AT&T, and Gatorade – drop their endorsement deals with him. Can Tiger Woods turn his golf game – and his business image – around in 2011?
Abbey Road: Heritage minister John Penrose says Wednesday the crossing at Abbey Road in north London was listed as a testimony to the international fame of the band.
A dog in Germany gives birth for the second time to 17 puppies – and all have survived, thanks to heroic efforts of dog's owner.