Stories by Lydia Zuraw
"Down the road, we’ll have new friends and new distractions and be at peace with our drift apart, but right now, in this moment of saying goodbye, it hurts."
Think "Keep Calm and Carry On" is just a brightly-colored poster fad in female college dorm rooms? Think again.
Can J.K. Rowling's new adult novel, The Casual Vacancy, live up to the childhood experience created with the Harry Potter books? Also: Is Pottermore worth your time?
Titanic is still bad in 3-D, but maybe it is the proper way of commemorating the tragedy's 100th anniversary.
"Unless a film is produced by BBC Films, I find it hard to point to a movie and call it 'British.' That doesn’t mean I’m not going to try."
Check out who scored big and who went home empty-handed at the 2012 Brit Awards.
A Downton Abbey addict suggests some ways to enjoy 1920s British culture after next week's season finale.
What's the difference between candy in the US and the UK?
Who you weren't listening to in 2011 and who you should look out for in 2012.
This summer, check out or catch up on these dramatic, mysterious or funny British series that feature some familiar faces.
Theatre that comes off more as a "choose your own adventure" novel than traditional improvisation -- Northwestern prepares to host Oxford-based ONEOHONE Theater Co. next week.
Update your British bandwidth with these up and coming artists.
Find out what merchandise you could purchase as a memento of the royal wedding.
The eleventh incarnation of the popular British television show returns.
Tim Larson may not get his point across through CD, but conveys hope and despair loud and clear live.
Global Village featured some fine music from around the world, from Chinese folk to Belgian indie. Listen in!
Fantasies portrayed and discussed in the one-act play included homosexual and interracial sex, a “gang bang,” incest and pedophilia.
Schedule your Chicago Restaurant Week 2011 meals conveniently along the CTA Red Line.
A bill introduced in the Maryland House of Representatives last week could be the first to provide equal protection for student journalists.