The legend of Robin Hood can trace its origins as far back as medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer. On Friday, the latest version of one of history's favorite vigilantes arrives in theaters with director Ridley Scott's film, starring Russell Crowe and…
A roundup of arts headlines.
The occupation of young women of leisure was primarily to prove themselves worthy wives, which included accomplishment at the (approved) fine arts. But hold the judgement; these Victorian women weren't nearly as stuffy, bored or boring as you might think.
Margaret Warner travels to the tiny English village of Wootton Bassett and finds growing unease about British involvement in Afghanistan.
Independent Television News reports on the decision by one of the world's most famous conductors and his wife to take their lives. Their deaths have reignited a debate in Europe over assisted suicide.
It was not accidental that Ari Folman asked composer Max Richter to create a score for his film, "Waltz with Bashir." "I wrote the script...in six days, listening only to Max Richter's albums," explained Folman.
A team of archaeologists has uncovered the remains of a village they believe dates from the same time as -- and is located a mere two miles from -- Stonehenge, one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world.
British authorities found traces of radiation at 12 locations, including two British Airways planes, while investigating the poisoning of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko last week.
First in an ongoing series on the impact of 9/11 on life in the United States, Spencer Michels talks with members of the American Muslim community in San Francisco.
As soccer's World Cup kicks off in Germany, two authors talk about the history and culture of the tournament.
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