Leonard Maltin's complete review of the 1948 film Isn't It Romantic?: "No."
R.L. Stine's kid-lit horror series is headed for the big screen — but which classic Goosebumps books are most likely to score at the box office?
There’s an ongoing problem in the UK and continental Europe where food products labeled as containing beef actually turn out to have surprise horse meat in it.
The best early ‘90s children’s bookshelves were full of books about child detectives, including Cam Jansen, the fifth grade super-sleuth with a photographic memory.
We went behind the scenes to check out the institution's whale collections in its Mammalogy Department—and took photos so you can feel like you were there, too.
You no longer have to settle for a boring boxy coop for your backyard brood. Here are eleven coops that break the mold.
The leg was buried with full military honors at Santa Anna's request; he then constantly reminded everyone that his loss was a representation of his dedication and love for Mexico.
After looking at these photos of courageous workers going to great, grimy heights to shine up some much-beloved landmarks, your spring cleaning won't seem like such a chore.
Born in Havana in 1888, former world chess champion José Capablanca is generally considered to be one of the top five players of all time.
In episode two of our new YouTube series, John Green brings you a whole pile of things you should know about everybody's favorite neighbor.
If we can learn about the ancient Romans by studying their drinking songs, surely we can learn something about ourselves by studying our TV shows.