From fairies to pandas and penguins, with a little Beethoven thrown in, these movies and music will keep children watching again and again ... and again.
From Abbott & Costello to "The Godfather" on Blu-ray, a spread of collectors' editions to appeal to all generations.
New books spark outside-the-box thinking through imaginative graphics.
A Minnesota troupe brings the timeless humor and complexities of Shakespeare to the homeless, prisoners, and the like.
In push to create more international hits, Australia's film industry is reorganizing and offering hefty rebates for new productions.
P.D James's latest mystery, Space Station spotting from your backyard, 'Traveling Pants 2' on DVD, and more.
From ancient sculpture to Van Gogh's night inspirations, the best of this season's art.
Classic puzzlers in a crisp new book, Jack Bauer is back in a '24' movie, Stephen Colbert croons his way into Christmas, and more.
New galleries and rejuvenated ones put Czech contemporary art on the map.
Exhibition of 19th-century visions of the 'exotic' Orient recalls the heavy history of colonialism.
Tally up your carbon footprint, giggle at 30-second 'bunnified' movies, lift your mood with some Depression-era blues, and more.
Two New York exhibits showcase cloth traditions and new interpretations.
A well-sourced website for the undecided voter, Snow Patrol's latest anthemic album, Kit Kittredge's sweet charm out on DVD, and more.
Since Obama's candidacy, African-American professionals once invisible in mainstream America, are moving from prime-time fiction to everyday fact.
The microblogging site, Twitter, launches into serialized fiction for bored cubicle dwellers.
A sultry Cape Verdean songstress, an MP3 player for under 20 bucks, a chance to say Boo at the Zoo, and more.
A new documentary tells story of how the national tradition of singing helped unite the masses against the Soviet occupation.
New vinyl to take for a spin, novelist Francine Prose at her best, a hundred hours of 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,' and more.
Downtown L.A.'s cultural corridor struggles to define its profile and its audience.
A 'delicious' Latin music mix, quilts that qualify as art, the Iditarod from the comfort of your sofa, and more.