Saudi-American Ahd Kamel and Kenyan-Mexican Lupita Nyong’o are among the international actresses who have found success in American television or cinema.
The John Adams High School marching band of South Bend, Indiana, has been an essential part of the community for generations.
The Arts of Korea exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum looks at Korean art over nearly 1,800 years, highlighting Korea's unique artistic identity.
A hit musical on Broadway sheds light on the goodwill directed toward Americans following the September 2001 terrorist attacks.
In Egypt's ancient port city of Alexandria, visitors are discovering the exquisite bird-themed mosaics of a Greco-Roman villa from over 2,000 years ago.
A U.S. exhibition of works by contemporary Saudi artists is challenging stereotypes and opening a window into daily life in a kingdom that is changing.
A British scientist who never visited the United States is to thank for the famous Smithsonian museums in Washington and New York.
Young artists from around the world participate in a Sister Cities International art competition to highlight world peace.
Many television shows that are popular in the U.S. have been adapted from successful shows in other countries, such as Israel, Japan and Denmark.