With 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1' about to premiere, it might be time to brush up on your Harry Potter knowledge. Can you tell your Boggarts from your Bat-Bogeys? Your Golden Snitch from your Grindylow? Take our quiz to find out: (Though the Fidelius Charm protecting these books has already expired, those who have yet to finish reading the Harry Potter series should beware of spoilers ahead.)
If it snows on Christmas Day, the grass will be green by Easter. That's North Carolina mountain lore, one of the many legends and tales about how to predict the weather for the year ahead.
Roger Ebert: Vishnevetsky is replacing the previously announced Elvis Mitchell, the show announced Tuesday.
The 2011 garden catalogs are here, offering tempting new plants. But are the new plants really better than the older ones?
Many millions of worldwide viewers will settle in front of their television sets New Year’s Day to watch the 122nd annual Rose Parade. You may be among those who will oooh and aaah (perhaps in bedroom slippers) about the spectacular floats and rows and rows of marching virtuosos. Over the years, you may feel you’ve become familiar with the parade and its history. But, wait, until you’ve taken the following 20-question quiz, it’s too early to pass yourself off as any kind of authority. Answer half or more questions correctly and we tip our New Year’s Eve party hat to you.
Dreaming of 2011's garden bounty? A great way to start is with seed catalogs. You'll learn a great deal.
This latest rendition of 'Gulliver's Travels,' starring Jack Black, is one to cross off your list.
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.