A bittersweet farce, the Spanish-language 'Nora's Will' finds its comedy in the small observations of a family organizing a funeral.
In the sometimes preachy 'Made in Dagenham,' the fight for equal pay gets a feel-good spin with Sally Hawkins's lead.
Wayne Newton is saying he wants to open his home to the public. Why, and what can you see inside?
The Dollywood theme park won the 2010 Applause Award which was accepted by Dolly Parton in Orlando.
Author Mark Kurlansky's 'Edible Stories,' Either Orchestra CD 'Mood Music for Time Travellers,' Martin Scorsese documentary 'Public Speaking' on Fran Lebowitz, and more recommendations.
Part 1 of the final installment, 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,' is another scrupulous adaptation of J.K Rowling's books.
Solar energy and wind energy will be coming to Lincoln Financial Field. Team officials say the combination of energy sources will make the stadium self-sufficient and even allow the Eagles to sell some of its power back to the electric grid.
Tiger Woods opened a Twitter account in June, but until Wednesday, it remained static. Woods' greeting to the Twitterverse? Short and sweet.
Warner Bros. studio said it is aware of a 36-minute long Harry Potter leak and is doing everything they can to remove copies currently being shared on the Internet.
Long sidelined, women artists slowly win recognition – and museum space.
Curry powder, coriander, and cumin put a new spin on the versatile squash.
On her first trip to a Zimbabwe in turmoil, this taxi driver had made her feel safe.