Before the annual BB&T Classic basketball tourney got underway during the weekend, Paul Hewitt, the head coach at George Mason University, faced off with Mike Lonergan and Mark Turgeon, his counterparts at George Washington University and the University of Maryland, ...
While fried turkeys have become the rage in many households, improper precautions and preparation have yielded charred birds, house fires and orders from the Chinese takeaway.
The acclaimed documentary "Running from Crazy," the latest project from two-time Academy Award winner Barbara Kopple, will debut on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network in 2014.
In the book "Band-Aid for a Broken Leg" by Damien Brown, you'll read about one doctor's experiences, literally in the field.
The buzz surrounding the new holiday film "Black Nativity" might turn out to be more about the talent assembled for the Silver Screen version of Langston Hughes' masterpiece than about the birth of Jesus Christ, which is the prevailing theme ...
A unique gift and collaboration at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art will enable audiences to gain a broader understanding of how African and Omani history and culture shape and enrich the world, museum officials said.
Idris Elba calls his titular role in the biopic “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” his most important to date.
A classic creole chicken gumbo allows for vegetarian and pork-free substitutions and proves equally as filling as traditional fare.
With the gossipy tone of a sure insider and the info to match, author Mark Ellwood pokes around retail shelves and e-stores to teach us why we shop, how we buy, and why the rules are constantly changing for both ...
Gregory Porter's voice is like a quiet storm — powerful enough to command attention, mesmerizing in its natural beauty.
A new biography about William H. Simons focuses on a legacy that has impacted scores of educators, students and parents.
You’re in prison and it's a whole new world in there, one you're not sure you can survive. But when you read "Letters to an Incarcerated Brother” by Hill Harper, you'll see that you have choices.
The Oprah Winfrey Network recently launched its latest show “Houston Beauty,” a docu-series surrounding Franklin Beauty School, a 98-year-old, family-run cosmetology school in the heart of Houston, Texas.
Little did executives at BBC One know when they broadcast the first episode of "Doctor Who" on Nov. 23, 1963, that the collective imaginations of millions of viewers would gravitate toward the madman with a box and eventually make common ...
In an informal WI survey, "Doctor Who" fans weighed in on their favorite Doctor, episodes, companions, and villains.