The work, titled 'My Life in the Bull Ring with David Ogden Stewart,' will be published in Harper's Magazine.
The White House Correspondents' Dinner, a scholarship and awards event for journalists, has become a star-studded, glitzy, and E!-friendly bash. Some fear it's sending the wrong message.
Sendak's posthumous 'My Brother's Book,' follows two brothers, Guy and Jack, who are separated.
A performance of 'Carmen' reminds the Monitor’s language columnist how vexed our language for various 'others' is.
'Downton Abbey' creator Julian Fellowes is set to write a series for NBC titled 'The Gilded Age.' Will it be America's answer to 'Downton'?
This week's good reads include words of wisdom from Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi, using the Internet and applied mathematics to find the long road home, and a profile of Egyptian courage.