For some, the holiday season isn't complete until the family has viewed "White Christmas" and sung along with the Irving Berlin classics. Or how about a little Jimmy Stewart in "It's a Wonderful Life?" How well do you know Scrooge, Charlie Brown, and the Grinch? Take our trivia quiz.
Soccer games may supplant Sunday school, but parents keep the faith by making home the rock of belief more than church-going.
More important to the Caplans than temple attendance is modeling their Jewish identity – like offering mitzvahs of music as a Christmas gift – as a way to help their children keep the faith.
Home, more than the mosque, is where the Malik children learn the religion of Islam – from Skyping to Pakistan for Quranic lessons to copying Mom's prayers.
For the Unitarian Parker parents, to keep the faith is to offer a universal moral code and let the child pick theology.
These parents keep the faith – in Christ – by teaching spiritual meaning in everything from the food they eat to TV commercials.
Bones found on a South Pacific island may be those of Amelia Earhart, who disappeared while attempting to become the first woman to fly around the world.
An $11 million Christmas tree in the foyer of the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi may break the Guinness World Record for most expensive Christmas tree.
Over many years of gardening, these tools have stood the test of time. They would make holiday gifts for gardeners.
PBS documentary 'The Calling,' 60-CD set 'Leonard Bernstein: The Symphony Edition,' new Keith Urban album 'Get Closer,' and more recommendations.
Owen Wilson is in the romantic comedy 'How Do You Know,' where Reese Witherspoon plays a professional softball player caught in a love triangle.
Twenty-eight years after the original 'Tron' movie comes 'Tron: Legacy,' again starring Jeff Bridges. But it's questionable whether it was worth the wait.
Inspired by Mexican street food sweet, tangy pickled red onions and chopped cilantro give roasted chili cumin chicken a lively, fresh finish.
A group of New York bloggers came up with some great ideas for a Christmas cookie swap.
Studios took few chances with offbeat subjects and fresh talent, opting largely for recycled goods and franchises.
Even middling years can yield marvelous movies. Despite all the frazzled franchises and star-studded misfires of 2010, there were still wonders to behold –historical dramas of the finest intelligence, animation of great wit and delicacy, documentaries that brought out the human drama behind the headlines, and small, independent movies that showcased the emerging artists of tomorrow. If you haven't yet seen any or all of my top 10, listed here alphabetically, I envy what awaits you.