da vinci code

Entertainment
As to the whole ticking clock as we build-up to the climax, it pays off in a satisfying enough way (though if you're coming
Religion
(RNS) Not only is Wednesday (Sept. 30) International Blasphemy Rights Day, it’s also midway through Banned Books Week. For
Religion
His controversial “The Da Vinci Code” sparked criticism from Christian denominations after it suggested that Mary Magdalene
Travel
... Castle in the sky... (anna28ek) (tall_chic88) Inside, looking up! (caffeinemetal) (patriciagp5) (a_na_hi_ta) (sueferreira91
Entertainment
2013 was a fairly successful year for Hollywood. The top five highest grossing films of the year all had something in common: They were all sequels or prequels. Which begs the question: Why?
Books
When it was clear that no publisher was willing to sign an unknown money-losing novelist, Brown decided to go for broke in planning The Da Vinci Code. And as we know, the rest is history.
Books
Brown hit global success with his fourth novel, The Da Vinci Code. It became a New York Times bestseller during its first
Culture & Arts
A beautiful girl is mysteriously murdered amid the winding canals of Venice. A handsome, arrogant anti-hero with unique powers of deduction is hired by a billionaire to investigate. No, it's not an upcoming book or movie -- it's the premise of "Moebius."
Culture & Arts
So why abort the mission? As the drill-happy operation may suggest, the Vasari attracted its own protectors in the face of
Religion
The coupling of Madonna and Opus Dei is an intriguing one that brings two seemingly irreconcilable public perceptions into stark juxtaposition. But our public perceptions are only part of the story.
Culture & Arts
Many art historians are skeptical of Piccirillo's findings, both because of the intensely cryptic nature of the symbolism
Culture & Arts
Sotheby's Expands Beyond the Auction Floor With Its New S2 Art Gallery Photographer Charlotte Dumas Tells the Story Behind
Religion
"There Be Dragons," is an epic period piece set during the Spanish Civil War that tells part of Escriva's back story. But instead of focusing on the would-be saint, the film casts him in a supporting role.
Religion
By Nicole Neroulias Religion News Service (RNS) Would you rather see a movie about a sinner or a saint? The marketing team
Books
Mega-selling mystery author Dan Brown has taken over writing duties on the film adaptation of "The Lost Symbol." Columbia
Culture & Arts
the 50 year old volume describes how the Mona Lisa's eyes are full of various signs and symbols and he added: "We are only
Books
Here are 10 of the most epic adaptation fails in the history of film.
Books
This was the lay of the land back in the spring of 1996. "Lose the religion." Not from some second-rate, clueless publisher, but from one of the biggest players out there.
Chicago
Novelist Kevin Guilfoile premiered the "trailer" to his new book, The Thousand, on The Interview Show at The Hideout.