A nation, a workplace, an ethnicity, a passion, an outsized personality. The people who comprise these things, who fawn or rail against them, are behind Merriam-Webster’s 2014 word of the year: culture.
Carlo DeVito, author of “Inventing Scrooge” from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol.”
Get tips for organizing your bookshelf from Erin Gates, author of Elements of Style: Designing a Home & a Life from sister company Simon & Schuster.
Neighborhoods with smaller, older buildings generally perform better for the local economy than areas with newer buildings that stretch an entire block.
The good folks at The Restaurant Choice cooked up these handsomely designed infographics to get you through your next international dining adventure.
Washington DC is the political capitol of the US. It’s also the center of a multitude of political scandals. Author Allison Leotta, author of Speak Of The Devil, shares DC’s top scandal landmarks.
Well aware that the television audience may be particularly sensitive, the Showtime network aired a disclaimer warning audiences of violent content in the season finales of its dramas “Homeland” and “Dexter” last weekend. It was two days after a gunman killed 26 people in a Newtown, Conn., elementary school.
Washington DC Begins Construction For National Museum Of African American History and Culture
Renown author on spirituality and culture Rabbi Shmuley Boteach shared his reflections on how America has changed in the course of the decade since the events of 9/11.