Fellowes, author of 'The World of Downton Abbey' and 'The Chronicles of Downton Abbey' and niece of 'Downton' creator Julian Fellowes, discusses how the sets keep master and servants separated, why American and British audiences aren't that different, and more.
Letters to the Editor for the weekly print issue of December 10, 2012: Local news gives citizens the information to get involved and affect their immediate environment and the political decisions that shape it. Japan's problem is that is has no viable energy options other than nuclear power.
Philanthropy is a word often associated with top hats and tote bags. But its original and essential meaning -- going back to the ancient Greeks -- is even more generous: It is about helping humanity make progress.
Before there was 'Twilight' or 'True Blood,' there was Bram Stoker. Books like 'Dracula' defined the genre for a century to come.
Election 2012: Carrying donuts for pollworkers, a mom's 'take your kids to vote day' turns into a bipartisan lesson with donuts for 'the bad guys' who turn out not to be so bad.
Media literacy can be developed in preschoolers if parents actively watch media content with them and relate it to real-life experiences – and your family's values.
Bob Ross, whose 70th birthday is celebrated Monday with a Google Doodle, said that one experience made him vow never to raise his voice again.