The New York Times correspondent Bill Broad remembers B.K.S. Iyengar, who helped introduce the practice of yoga to the Western world. Iyengar, 95, died on Wednesday in the Indian city of Pune.
Ira Sachs narrates a sequence from his film.
Drawing on its rich musical and industrial heritage, Glasgow has re-emerged as a vibrant hub of culture, food and night life.
Kit Eaton reviews three apps that let people play combat games from their mobile devices.
The 13-year-old pitching phenomenon Mo ne Davis has captured the nation s attention with her strong performance in the 2014 Little League World Series.
In honor of vacation season, Molly Wood tests out several services designed to let you share photographs as a group, but still maintain your privacy.
Unrest in a slum in Monrovia, Liberia, is a case study for the panic and challenges doctors and patients face in poor, densely populated urban areas.
Mr. Felton, an information designer who used to work at Facebook, has tracked almost every aspect of his life, from the miles he s walked to the average length of his personal conversations.
Iraq is looking to a new leader in Haider al-Abadi as he prepares to replace Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, who has said he will give up power.
In the West End of Glasgow, Blossom Mccuaig cites old movies and local vintage shops as her inspirations.
Anna Gunn and Billy Magnussen in a scene from the Laura Eason play Sex With Strangers, about a female novelist and her relationship with a young blogger. The show is at Second Stage Theater.
Germany s biggest folk hero is an Apache named Winnetou who fights for justice outside of Hamburg. Best-selling author Karl May, who created him, never traveled to the American West.
This short documentary profiles the last fluent speaker of Wukchumni, a Native American language, and her creation of a comprehensive dictionary.
With comprehensive immigration reform on hold in Congress, Nancy Paredo s family is waiting on a promise from President Obama to take executive action. Here s a look at some steps he might take.
Sergio Silva is one of a growing number of Hispanics who own or operate farms in the United States.
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