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By Morgan Lee, Associated Press
New Mexico workplace safety regulators say they have issued the maximum possible fine against a film production company for firearms safety failures on the set where a cinematographer was fatally shot in October by actor and producer Alec Baldwin.
By Karla Murthy
Millions of people travel through Houston's airports each month - making the region one of the busiest for air travel in the country. But while they are traveling, they are also getting a glimpse of one of the largest collections…
By Zachary Green
Two years ago, just after the start of previews for Claudia Rankine’s play, “Help,” New York’s theaters shut down. Now with the pandemic easing, the show is finally opening. PBS NewsHour Weekend sat down with Rankine two years ago and…
By Tom Casciato
Blues musician Keb’ Mo’ has been a star for decades, but achieved little recognition until he was in his forties. Now 70, he gives a career-spanning interview to NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Tom Casciato.
By Brigid Cohen, The Conversation
Ono’s commitment to regenerative rituals is instructive in an era of turmoil and instability.
By Christopher Booker
Cult pop sensation Mitski is poised on the brink of mainstream stardom. The 31-year-old Japanese-American musician occupies a rare and coveted artistic space: independent, and beloved by fans and critics alike. But there is nothing simple about the musical career…
By Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press
The 44th annual Sundance Film Festival is back, and entirely online once more.
This month would have been Alvin Ailey’s 91st birthday; the celebrated modern dance visionary died in 1989. Decades later, his choreography is as vibrant as ever and his company, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater remains as innovative. Christopher Booker…
By Hillel Italie, Associated Press
Marilyn Bergman, the Oscar-winning lyricist who teamed with husband Alan Bergman on “The Way We Were,” “How Do You Keep the Music Playing?” and hundreds of other songs, died at her Los Angeles home Saturday. She was 93.
By PBS NewsHour Weekend
Here are some of our favorite stories of 2021 from the world of arts, entertainment and technology.
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