Arts & Entertainment
There’s a good reason Tania Head’s 9/11 survival story was frequently characterized as almost unbelievable. None of it was true.
Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal finds remaking the show in Russia a humbling, frustrating experience.
Many people regard whistling as an irritant. But some whistlers say it’s on the verge of returning to prominence.
Critics, musicians, and audiences alike condemned the acoustics of Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall after it opened in 1962, spawning a new profession: the concert hall acoustician.
Armed with markers and correction fluid, Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson—co-authors of “The Great Typo Hunt”—are on a mission to rid the world of misspelled words, mislaid apostrophes, and other impediments to clear communication.
The once-indomitable Colorado River has been reduced to a trickle of its former self.