The now-annual Spring for Music festival is a place for orchestras to showcase their talent and inventiveness and was held at Carnegie Hall.
Monday's national election gave the Conservative Party a big victory but the socialist-rooted New Democratic Party showed surprising strength.
In 'Incendies,' two children discover their deceased mother’s harrowing past in a war-torn Middle East.
A Montreal arts festival, the Iron and Wine album 'Kiss Each Other Clean,' a how-to website for dinner parties, and more recommendations.
Two years after Rwanda arrested Congolese rebel commander Gen. Nkunda, it still doesn't know what to do with him – he knows too many secrets that could come out if he is tried.
Vice President Joe Biden proposes spending $53 billion on a national high-speed rail network, but important Republicans in the House are less than enthused.
Caroline Wozniacki is the ladies top seed at this year's Australian Open tennis championship. Italy's French Open champ made Caroline Wozniacki work to reach the Aussie semis.
In a lively adaptation of Mordecai Richler's book 'Barney's Version,' Paul Giamatti plays an incorrigible scamp who falls for the love of his life at his own wedding – among other escapades.
Christmas trees are one of the latest items to join the list of consumables that Americans scrutinize for environmental, economic, and political correctness.
Shanghai, China, trounced the competition in an international test of 15-year-olds. The Programme for International Student Assessment measures skills in math, science, and reading.