Teresa Bergen

The embodiment of the American frontier’s lawless, gun-slinging past, present-day Cody, in the vast American state of Wyoming, would make its founding father proud

The writer and lead actors in All the Way talk to Teresa Bergen about the  HBO film, which tells how Lyndon Johnson, who became president of the United States after John F. Kennedy was assassinated, worked with King to pass the Civil Rights Act

Hit HBO series' writer Alec Berg thinks people now see nerds as OK if they look like future billionaires, not as figures of merciless fun, writes Teresa Bergen


If you want to withdraw temporarily from the modern world, medidate daily and watch uplifting films, Le Monastère des Augustines, run by Augustinian nuns in Quebec City, Canada, is the place for you, writes Teresa Bergen

Attorney's sexual harassment accusations against US Supreme Court nominee Judge Clarence Thomas changed the national discourse on the issue and was a catalyst for today's 24-hour news cycle, and playing Hill is inspiring, actress tells Teresa Bergen

It was a natural for us to try to do something together, film director says of working with Rolling Stones front man, who's a fan of Scorsese's use of rock music in his films. Both have a role in Vinyl, series about '70s music scene in New York, which starts next week, writes Teresa Bergen

Guests of the hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, get a two-hour ghost tour, and those who stay report seeing at least seven spooky figures regularly, writes Teresa Bergen.

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