For a discussion of the recent Tony awards and the state of American theater, Gwen Ifill talks to Carey Perloff, artistic director of the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and playwright Wendy Wasserstein, who won a Tony and a…
In the wake of music-sharing company Napster's bankruptcy filing, Margaret Warner talks to P.J. McNealy, research director of the media department in the technology research consulting firm Gartner G2, about the future of online music.
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt reflects on our new idea of memorials.
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The bomb detonated on a Sunday morning while children were preparing for a youth-led service on Sept. 15, 1963. Killed in the blast were 11-year-old Denise McNair and Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson and Addie Mae Collins, all aged 14.
Anne Taylor Fleming considers what will be different about this year's Mother's Day.
Paul Solman explores a connection between Broadway's Tony nominations and Enron's market manipulation in the California energy crisis…
Essayist Clarence Page of The Chicago Tribune considers the changing face of poverty.
Arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown visits the Denver Museum of Art's U.S. Design 1975-2000, a retrospective of developments in American design over the last quarter-century.
A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that the needs of disabled workers do not normally outweigh an employer's seniority policies.
Anne Taylor Fleming presents an essay on how children in Los Angeles picture life in South Africa.
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