In the late 1950s, the civil rights leader wrote an advice column for Ebony magazine on issues of race, love and marriage.
Monkey See posts about Holidays
Are you still hunting for that perfect last-minute gift? We've got 10 suggestions for everyone on your list, from the baseball fan to the person who quite rightly points out they don't make 'em like The Carol Burnett Show anymore.
Jimmy Fallon, The Roots, and Mariah Carey perform a stripped-down holiday standard.
A discussion of highbrow holiday movies collides with admissions of gorging on cornball Christmas fare where Santa brings people love and magic happens.
Never give a box full of dog — that's our advice. Well, that and a few more things that aren't consistent with how they give gifts on TV.
You may think you know your favorite love songs, but inside them is darkness.
Political figures send out holiday cards just like everyone else. ...Well, maybe not exactly like everyone else.
Box-set fan Glenn McDonald explains how DVD sets can be the perfect gift for so many different people on your list that you might knock it all out during your next shopping trip — virtual or actual.
Of course, you can think of the holiday season as a time of joy. Or you can choose to think of it as a time when nothing good ever happens. It's really up to you.
A Charlie Brown Christmas is all about the true meaning of Christmas, which is not the acquisition of things. It is also now a new thing.
As Black Friday encroaches more and more on Thanksgiving Day, can we continue to balance our two great traditions of gobbling turkey and engaging in wild acts of consumerism?
Neda Ulaby tours a new breed of haunted house that gives her — and Monkey See favorite Neil Patrick Harris — a solid case of the willies.
We ask for your Halloween recollections: What was the best costume you ever wore or saw?
Holiday baking is a great tradition. So is the mockery of hilariously decorated, professionally made cakes. A new book gloriously brings the two together.