There is something magical about the land of sunken ships, pirate tales and wild horses that roam the shoreline. Even the names of places evoke a time of swashbucklers and legends.
Karla Salgado is the first member of her family with the opportunity to attend college. Raleigh’s restaurant community has come together to make sure that happens.
In the works for more than a decade, the 110,000-square foot memorial is a moving experience.
WGN debuts its second original series, “Manhattan,” which tells the story behind the Manhattan Project – America’s mission to build the world’s first atomic bomb in the 1940s.
Craftsy, a website that offers online classes on sewing, jewelry making and cooking, recently added a Thai cooking class by Chapel Hill cookbook author Nancie McDermott.
Akon, the R&B and hip-hop singer and producer, has put his ultra-modern home in Los Angeles' Woodland Hills neighborhood up for sale at $3.5 million.
The kimono, the casual uniform of summer music festival pilgrims, is going mainstream.
Five destinations for different stages of family life
For the 8 million people who persevered through all the technical travails in the new health insurance exchanges and managed to sign up for coverage in 2014, their policies will probably automatically renew come November when open enrollment begins...
Her first year at University of Kansas, Jasmin Moore noticed the black students sat together. The Hispanic students sat together. And everyone else did the same. This was over a decade ago.