The noted philanthropist David Rockefeller discusses his life and recently published memoirs. Continue reading →
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Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky reads a poem for a day of shared feasts. Continue reading →
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Elizabeth Farnsworth talks with Turkish author Orhan Pamuk about his most recent novel to be published in English, "My Name is Red," as well as the challenges in bridging the cultures of East and West. Continue reading →
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Arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown looks at a new makeover for a classic Broadway musical. Continue reading →
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