On July 4, 1776, American colonists made the historic decision to declare their independence from Great Britain. In a 200-year-old echo of that resolution, the people of Scotland will vote Thursday on a referendum to decide whether their country will follow suit in severing its membership with the U.K.
Most of us are hesitant to express opinions when we think our viewpoint is not widely shared. This has been referred to as the "spiral of silence."
Scotland’s independence battle is a tough one to call. The Yes side has James Bond, but the No campaign has Harry Potter.
What do women want in a car? The same things men do — with subtle differences.
The New Moon Gallery and Tea Room is packed with treasures, from what the owner calls the “Stradivarius of wind chimes” to baskets of moonstone opals and glacier blue calcite to the delicate Haitian metal sculpture carved from oil drums.
LISA DENTON: Barry, I know $175 is a little more (well, about $170 more) than we usually can afford to spend on concert tickets, but I'm thinking we really must go to Cleveland, Tenn., on Friday for the Museum Center at Five Points' "Friday Night Fever" fundraising gala.
From airy beach houses filled with light to rustic retreats tucked into the mountains, vacation homes can lead to inspired decorating.
They share the same studio, use the same materials, have a similar education background and are a couple, but that doesn't mean Keetra Dean Dixon and J.K. Keller are joined at the hip when it comes to their artwork.
Only 25 percent of American voters think the United States is heading in the right direction, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll last month. Meanwhile, only 14 percent of us approve of the job being done by Congress, says Gallup.
Have you ever thought about the kind of legacy you want to leave?
It has taken me several years to adjust to the idea that I pay someone to clean my house. But over time, I have evolved from vaguely self-conscious about it to unapologetically celebratory.
Recently, there was a day when the wind was blowing fiercely and the rain seemed to be coming down in buckets.
TARRYTOWN, N.Y. — Exploring the region north of New York City isn’t just for locals, and autumn is one of the nicest times of year to do it.