Romantic comedy for teens has fresh twist and new acting find Paul Rust.
Black jazz legends were sent abroad as part of a State Department diplomatic push even while segregation continued back home.
Concert footage not to be missed in this documentary about the music superstars who performed before the Muhammad Ali-George Foreman fight in 1974.
Sacha Baron Cohen's latest outrageous escapade makes 'Borat' look distinctly tame.
The addition of terra cotta pots and stands provides an inexpensive way to perk up decks and entrances.
A novel way to protect growing vegetables from weather damage.
Plays from the world's most revered stages are being beamed into multiplexes, bringing theater lovers a chance to see top-class productions at a modest price.
As the downturn is drawn out, employers are 'permitting' their employees to work for no pay.
Choosing the right seed and creating an inviting habitat that will attract flocks of birds to the backyard.
A shy, young family frolics in the water.
Fences and deer-resistant plants are among some of the ways to keep unwanted four-footed guests out of the garden.
Horticulturist George Ball says the sunflower should replace the rose as the national flower
National parks' fee-free weekends, a money tale from Niall Ferguson, opera for Bellini fans, and more.
Venezuelan maestro Gustavo Dudamel brings new energy to classical music.
Merce, Mark Morris, Bill T. Jones, and some new faces bust out their moves for the festival circuit.
A traveler rediscovers the joy of flying after years of focusing on its utility.
A Connecticut artist creates floral collages, he calls 'fleurage,' that change with the season.