More than 120 years later, the mystery behind Sherlock Holmes continues to intrigue audiences.
The photographer behind \”Underwater Dogs\” is back with a follow-up book featuring puppies. Not surprisingly, it\’s even cuter.
The doctor performing a biopsy on Joan Rivers allegedly stopped to take a selfie during the procedure, CNN reports.
Batman is celebrating his 75th birthday this year, which means the Joker is celebrating 74 years of torturing the caped crusader.
It\’s the stuff of nightmares. It\’s 9 feet longer than the world\’s largest Tyrannosaurus rex, it weighs 6 tons and it has curved, blade-like claws.
\”Staging the Self,\” a new exhibit featuring six Latino artists at the National
Portrait Gallery, defies these expectations by adding an element of
performance to the self-portraits.
The formula for both \”The Bachelor\” and \”The Bachelorette\” follows a simple equation: good-looking white men and women meet other good-looking white men and women and feign to fall in love on live television.
Growing up to be Wolverine is every little boy\’s dream. But for one local martial artist, playing Wolverine is just another stop on the way to world domination.
The Maryland Renaissance Festival will enter its 38th year this season. Despite its prestige, the fest is really a family affair.
University Mall Theatres wants to replace 500 of its old chairs with new leatherette seats. But it needs the public\’s help.
Despite the sparkles, rainbows and ponies, the brony world is not easy to infiltrate.
Air travel has become one of the most unpleasant experiences imaginable: long lines, delayed flights and overpriced food. But a new model is emerging that aims to bring comfort and even a hint of luxury to the average traveler.
Young adult stories, such as Harry Potter and \”Hunger Games,\” have tapped into the imagination of adults worldwide. So what makes the genre so appealing to grown-ups?
New technology that puts onstage action right into the laps of patrons could soon change the face of opera.
Most people run away from monsters, but not Zeb Hogan. The host of National Geographic\’s \”Monster Fish\” has made a career our of unearthing some of the planet\’s most terrifying, if misunderstood, aquatic creatures.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.