PBS documentary 'A Murder of Crows,' folk-rock Sufjan Stevens' new CD 'The Age of Adz,' lessons from an award winning journalist in '20th Century With Mike Wallace: Politics & Presidents,' and more recommendations.
Michelangelo painting of Jesus and Mary from the 16th century is believed, by one art historian, to be in the home of an upstate New York family. The Michelangelo painting, according to a family member, was given to them by a German baroness.
Immigrants and locals in Zimbabwe are eager to understand what is foreign.
No geek credentials required for the low-tech, community-oriented games that draw Facebook fans.
Derided for melodrama and outlandish plots, daytime soap operas have dwindled. But their influence and offspring are turning up in prime time.
Soap operas are a cultural phenomenon in Latin America.
The latest film on psychiatric ward patients, 'It's Kind of a Funny Story,' is based on Ned Vizzini's semiautobiographical novel.
Vivaldi concerto: The extraordinary find, a 300-year-old copy of the Italian Baroque composer's original manuscript, comprises the parts for "Il Gran Mogol," one of a quartet of national concertos.
A teenage, pre-Beatles John Lennon pulls through hard times with rock 'n' roll in 'Nowhere Boy.'
In 'Life as We Know It,' Katherine Heigl plays a mopey singleton suddenly faced with parenthood.
In 'Secretariat,' Diane Lane plays Penny Chenery, owner of the greatest of all racehorses who, in 1973, won the Triple Crown.
Santana's new 'Guitar Heaven' CD, Sundance Channel's dramatization of terrorist Carlos the Jackal in 'Carlos,' British TV's miniseries 'The Queen' on DVD, and more recommendations.