Photographer Olivia Locher's latest project, “I Fought the Law,” chronicles the bizarre and obscure laws that have made their way into America’s state and local legislation.
By Julia Griffin
"We thought it was the right time to make a campaign that’s about diversity and inclusion, about people seeing the common bonds we have, and our connections as human beings," says the graphic artist of his project “We the People”…
By Elizabeth Flock
The sophisticated rhymes and erudite imagery of Cole Porter’s lyrics made him one of the nation’s preeminent songsmiths. But an overlooked element of Porter’s legacy is the music underlying those lyrics, which Rob Kapilow argues is essential to understanding the…
By PBS NewsHour
On the heels of her appearance in Beyoncé's "Formation," the "Queen of Bounce" Big Freedia talks staying true to herself and her New Orleans roots.
By Kenya Downs
By Elisabeth Ponsot
Photographer and editor Samra Habib's work is chronicled on the Tumblr, "Just me and Allah" and is being showcased at an exhibit this weekend at the Brooklyn Community Pride Center in New York City.
Journalism students will have the opportunity to learn from PBS NewsHour's chief correspondent for arts and culture Jeffrey Brown in a Facebook chat on Tuesday, March 31, from 2-3 p.m. EDT.
By Joshua Barajas
Ahead of the 87th Academy Awards this Sunday, can you guess which Oscar-nominated film these critics' reviews praised or bashed this past year?…
By Joshua Barajas
In an interview on his tour bus in June, country music legend Willie Nelson described to PBS NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown how a nosebleed didn't stop him from completing his first performance.
By Victoria Fleischer
Deep in the woods of western Oregon, a group of men trudges through mud and rain, wearing full army fatigues and using slang not overheard since the Nixon administration. The men are reenacting the Vietnam War and award-winning filmmakers Mike…
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