The Public Theatre's renowned Shakespeare in the Park festival returns to the Delacorte with Merry Wives - a rowdy comedy of forgiveness.
The many tributes to Shakespeare in NYC from Central Park, Delacorte Theatre, the Players Club, National Arts Club, Shakespeare Avenue, Jefferson Market Library
The Sonnet Project site is a growing archive of videos for Shakespeare's sonnets, growing by about 2 videos per week.
Shakespeare and Company's original founder, Sylvia Beach, lived a life of bravery fueled by a passion for literature.
Pittsburgh's The Pillow Project pays a visit to Paris' legendary bookshop Shakespeare & Co. for some improvisational dance amongst the stacks.
Re-envision this New York City hotspot anew through a theatrical jaunt imaginatively concocted by Conni's Avante Garde Restaurant.
A tour of ancient Glamis Castle in the East of Scotland: its secrets, its charms, its many ghosts.
This bookstore has a fairy tale history; the original shop was owned and run by an American but was closed down by the Nazis during the war and became the meeting point for Hemingway’s "Lost Generation."
From short-lived boxing arenas to elephant stampedes to Bhutanese restaurants, check out the top 10 secrets of Sunnyside, Queens.
It’s possible that one of Manhattan’s most beautiful landmarked churches will soon be razed to the ground and replaced with