Amanda Cohen, the chef and owner of Dirt Candy, showcases the different qualities of spinach in this beautiful construction.
The actor and director talks about his upcoming movie 'Elysium,' and the differences between acting for theater and film.
The actress talks about acting for theater as opposed to television, and moving out from under the shadow of Samantha, her character on Sex and the City.
Peter Bradbury in a scene from Patrick Barlow s adaptation of Charles Dickens s Christmas Carol, at the Theater at St. Clement s.
A Puritan book of psalms printed in 1640 sold for more than $14 million at Sotheby's in New York Tuesday, a new record for a book. It will go on display in libraries across the United States.
A group of dirt bike riders in Baltimore have been called reckless. But to them, riding their bikes provides a sense of escape.
The old center of Bucharest, Romania, highlights vintage style and nonconformity in local fashion. Victor Placinta, an architect, said his wardrobe is inspired by British style.
Carla Kaplan says being a white woman in the field of black studies helped her sympathize with the women in her new book, Miss Anne in Harlem.
The Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof invites students to enter a contest for an international reporting trip in 2014.
More than 100,000 people took to the streets of Kiev on Sunday to demand the resignation of President Viktor F. Yanukovich. The police responded to the protests with tear gas.
After the 1993 murder of a child, many states passed laws to lock up repeat offenders for life, but today those laws are raising new questions about how crime is handled in America.
David Dean had already had one son through a network of lesbian and gay co-parents when he met Steve Lowinger. They had one more child together, and in the process, built a large extended family.
The Times critic Manohla Dargis reviews 'Black Nativity.'
Thanksgiving in New York City is a warm family experience.
The Times critic Stephen Holden reviews 'Frozen.'