Entertainment & Culture

Reading to a dog at the library. Photo:  Chelsea (Mich.) District Library.

For those with special interests, libraries serve as invaluable guides to needed resources.

One example can be found on the New York Public Library site.

In a...

Energing Man, photo by Gordon PArks

(Pictured at left: Gordon Parks (1912-2006), Emerging Man, Harlem, 1952. Gelatin silver print. © Gordon Parks. Collection of the International Center of Photography).

Magazine cover: The All-story, Tarzan of the Apes

Tarzan is celebrating a 100 year anniversary in 2012.

Troops loyal to President Bashar Assad recaptured the Harasta suburb from rebel

Reuters recently reported that The United Nations was suspending its aid operations in Syria and withdrawing all non-essential international staff due to the worsening security situation.

Up to 25 of about 100 foreign staff were...

442nd Regimental Combat Team (United States) at Camp Shelby

The Congressional Gold Medal awarded in 2011 to Japanese-American, or Nisei, World War II veterans, in recognition of their extraordinary accomplishments, will travel to seven cities across the country beginning in January 2013.

Nelson Mandela with Winnie Mandela as he is released from the Victor Vester Pris

The International Center of Photography (1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York City) is exhibiting the "Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday...

Every once in a while it’s good to shake things up.” Dave Brubeck

Torah finials

"Light and Shadows: The Story of Iranian Jews," on display at the Fowler Museum at UCLA through March 10, 2013, tells the rich and...

Superman #296, published by DC Comics.

Clark Kent aka Superman, the long-time reporter at the Daily Planet, is now a blogger!

That’s the surprising news announced in a recent issue of the comic book series when  Kent announces he is finished at the Daily...