Essayist Phyllis Theroux, who lives in Washington, D.C., shares some thoughts about her first hometown, San Francisco. Continue reading →
Essayist Paul Hoffman, editor of Discover Magazine, has some thoughts about human evolution. Continue reading →
On his 80th birthday, a tribute to singer Frank Sinatra. Charlayne Hunter-Gault talks with Tony Bennett and Sinatra biographer, Will Friedwald. Continue reading →
Following the re-broadcast of an 1987 interview between Robertson Davies and Robin MacNeil, Margaret Warner talks with John Kenneth Galbraith about the life and works of the late author. Continue reading →
Essayist Clarence Page, a columnist for the Chicago Tribune, looks at a photo exhibit about the origins of man. Continue reading →
Essayist Paul Hoffman, editor of Discover Magazine, considers the the pay off for good scientific research. Continue reading →
Essayist Richard Rodriguez, an editor at the Pacific News Service, has some observations about the connection between Americans and their work. Continue reading →
Beatlemania returns to the U.S. with the release of “The Beatles Anthology,” a multi-disc set chronicling the band’s musical history and an accompanying TV special on ABC. Continue reading →
As the season called “Fall” disappears, some thoughts from essayist Roger Rosenblatt. Continue reading →
James Mates of Independent Television News presents a background report on the execution Nigerian human rights activists. Continue reading →
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