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James Marsters, who played Spike on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” will be starring on SyFy’s “Caprica” as a terrorist.

Losing a parent is a life phase, something we’re conditioned mentally and perhaps biologically to endure. Losing a child so reverses the pattern that parents grieving for children feel they’ve entered a strange and solitary new world. That world is […]

Movie Mom Nell Minow interviews writer-direcrtor Sophie Barthes of “Cold Souls.”

The National Geographic Channel will be airing “The Human Family Tree,” which using DNA samples from over 350,000 people around the world, attempts to demonstrate that we all share common ancestors.

Today, the New York Times ran an article announcing that Elizabeth Gilbert’s long awaited and much anticipated sequel to her bestselling spiritual memoir, “Eat, Pray, Love” is at the publisher and is officially due out in January of 2010. (Woohoo! […]

Whether you loved, hated, or haven’t yet seen (but want to!) “District 9,” you’ll want to check out Movie Mom’s cool new quiz about some of your favorite aliens in film and Beliefnet’s Memorable Movie Alien gallery.

Gayle Haggard, wife of disgraced evangelical leader Ted Haggard, will publish a book “Why I Stayed” early next year.

Team Jacob (as in Jacob Black, the werewolf hottie best friend of Bella in ‘Twilight’) fans have long been gearing up for the fall release of ‘New Moon,’ since it’s probably the most Jacob-focused book out of the four in […]

Check out Beliefnet’s new feature The Best Celebrity Tweets to Inspire You, which highlights uplifting posts on Twitter from your favorite stars.

Lady Gaga’s excited to be in Israel and to visit Jerusalem. So much so that she’s promised to “tone it down” for Israeli fans.

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