The impudent Canadian who spent three decades in our living rooms became a nightly beacon of resilience as America poured out its love for him in his public cancer fight.
Shannon Robinson divides her time between New York City and Connecticut. She is at work on a novel.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a legion of fans and the bobbleheads and other merch to prove it, but the late Supreme Court justice also redrew the roadmap to gender equality.
The versatile actress was a memorably hot superagent on TV, a spellbinding Stoppard interpreter on stage, and the only woman James Bond ever married.
The Hollywood actress starred in “The Adventures of Robin Hood” and “Gone With the Wind.”
The last thing she wanted to do was board a plane in early April. Then she had to do it again. And again. What she discovered was both reassuring and terrifying.
Sir John Soane was an acclaimed 19th century English architect, but his most delightful building may be his own home, whose optical illusions would make Lewis Carroll blush.
The actor and puppeteer, who also provided the voice of Oscar the Grouch, animated the durable and endearing giant yellow bird for 49 years.
Baltimore is home to America’s first Catholic cathedral, but a temple to books is its most spectacular architectural jewel and the latest in our series on beautiful libraries.
Palo Duro Canyon slices through the Texas panhandle for 120 miles and was once the secret home of the most feared Native American tribe in history: the Comanche.