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Actor's new play 'The River' joins other Broadway productions in raising money for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.
Buttons, beads, toys, shells and plastic cutlery are just a few of the items used to make these quirky collages by British artist Jane Perkins.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon calls the actor's global influence 'the perfect match' for helping to address climate change policy.
The impressive 2014 class of MacArthur Foundation 'geniuses' run the gamut from cartoonist and saxophonist to labor organizer and physicist.
Despite spending years training for a professional ballet career, Kylli Sparre realized it was not the right path for her. Instead, she turned to photography to fill the creative void.
Rules around tipping can sometimes be confusing. Here are some guidelines about when to pull out the cash.
A quartet of interdisciplinary teams vie to design a river-spanning park that, when completed, will fuse two long-separated neighborhoods.
41-year-old welder becomes an Internet sensation after photos of him patrolling the streets of Chiba, Japan go viral.
These famous animals have lit up the imaginations of children for generations. Do you know which characters come from which books? Take the quiz and take a trip down memory lane!
Look to Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao for off-season vacations unlikely to be ruined by tropical storms.
Step on board and check out what life is like in these confined — but not confining — houseboats.
A Facebook meme and the resurgence of indie bookstores show that books are still important in our culture.
Drama tells the true story of one woman's journey of self-discovery while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail.
New documentary will be based on Robert Sullivan's book 'Rats: Observations on the History and Habitat of the City's Most Unwanted Inhabitants.'
Actor recently filmed a scene with the cast of the hit BBC show at Highclere Castle in the UK.
Every September, the streets of Zundert, Netherlands are taken over by tigers, skeletons, owls and many other larger-than-life characters!
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