About Elizabeth @lizflock
Elizabeth Flock is a reporter and producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Arts Mar 27Why the Belarus Free Theatre’s shows will go on, despite government arrests
Five members of the Belarus Free Theatre, an underground theater group that since 2005 has held secret performances on taboo topics, were arrested.
Arts Mar 253 filmmakers ‘Trainspotting’ director Danny Boyle thinks you should be following now
Filmmaker Danny Boyle, whose "T2 Trainspotting" -- the sequel to the cult classic black comedy original -- was just released, recommends several filmmakers and films he loves.
Arts Mar 22NEA funding fight is also a fight about jobs, arts groups say
The arts community descends every year on Washington, D.C., to lobby for arts funding. But this year they decided they needed a different strategy.
Arts Mar 205 times Gorsuch referenced ‘Hunger Games’ and other literary works in his legal writing
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's writing has been described as witty, accessible and appealing. He also has a penchant for narrative, experts say.
Poetry Mar 20Caribbean artists remember poet Derek Walcott
A Caribbean street photographer, poets, and other writers remember Derek Walcott, a Nobel laureate and Caribbean poet and playwright who died Friday.
Arts Mar 20Without Chuck Berry, these 10 famous rock songs would not exist
Since the 1950s, when Berry first started producing his signature blend of music that combined a rhythm and blues beat with country twang, rockers have begged, borrowed and stolen from the legendary musician. Some have even been sued for allegedly…
Arts Mar 17The difference between refugees and immigrants? ‘Refugees are the unwanted’
Viet Thanh Nguyen's new book of short stories, "The Refugees," explores the aspirations and heartbreak of immigration and refugee life. Nguyen himself came to the U.S. from Vietnam as a refugee with his family in 1975.
Arts Mar 17Author Mohsin Hamid recommends what to read, listen to out of Pakistan right now
Hamid, author of "Exit West," tells NewsHour what books and songs he thinks can give us better insight into Pakistan right now.
Arts Mar 16Why small and rural arts groups may hurt the most under Trump’s plan to gut the NEA
We reached out to groups from Texas to Maine about what life would look like without funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. Here's what they said.
Arts Mar 14Selfies and the communal experience of Yayoi Kusama’s infinity rooms
On a chilly Monday morning in Washington, D.C., a line wraps around the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden for the must-see show in town: “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors.” It’s a celebration of the Japanese artist’s long career, an exploration…