This week's tribute turns to Ernest Borgnine. Or, as he would be quick to say, "Call me Ernie." Published July 28 2012
This month, we lost three top-quality actors and human beings. Published July 20 2012
Thirty years after the death of Natalie Wood, her death by drowning is no longer classified as accidental but “undetermined,” sparking a memory for the writer of her own connection to the actress. Published July 12 2012
What is the only day of the year when no game of any professional sport takes place in the United States? Published July 8 2012
Trombonist Seymour Greene reminisces about performing in the show with First Lieutenant Ronald Reagan. Published July 3 2012
Consummate traveler Todd DeFeo explores the unique stories that make destinations worth going to.
A New Jersey-based atheist group says it is planning to place its literature alongside Bibles in rooms at Georgia state parks
The Georgia governor ordered the return of Bibles to cabins and lodge rooms at Georgia state parks
The city of Irving, Texas, is turning a small ranch house into a JFK-related museum in advance of the assassination's 50th anniversary.
The question of where to bury a Boston bomber is reminiscent of one asked nearly 50 years ago
Looking at pop culture, politics and social issues.
A collection of communities writers columns on Benghazi
In a world that is increasingly complex, we need to seek greater awareness of the blending of cultures and America's changing role in a global community.
A look at what’s new and what’s worth driving, no matter the budget.
Finding health and health care is not easy. It is changing. Know what's on the rise.