A preview of Jeffrey Brown's conversation with musician Roseanne Cash about the release of her new memoir, "Composed."…
Mark Twain's autobiography is set to be published for the first time, 100 years after the famous author and humorist's death. Correspondent Spencer Michels reports on the effort to edit and publish his century-old manuscript.
By Jason Breslow
A roundup of arts headlines.
By Tom LeGro
Roger Rosenblatt's "Making Toast" chronicles how after the sudden death of his 38-year-old daughter, he and his wife Ginny moved in with their son-in-law to help raise their three young grandchildren.
Jeffrey Brown talks to author Roger Rosenblatt about coping and caring for grandchildren after the death of his daughter. Rosenblatt's new memoir on grief and family is called "Making Toast."…
For decades on PBS, Julia Child brought her infectious enthusiasm for French cooking into the kitchens of her rapt viewers, passing on the culinary lessons she had learned during the years she lived in France.
By Arts Desk
Frank McCourt, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Angela's Ashes" and "'Tis," died Sunday in New York from metastatic melanoma. He was 78.
Here are some of this week's arts and culture headlines from public broadcasters around the nation.
Quinn Bradlee, son of retired Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and columnist Sally Quinn, discusses life with Velo-Cardio-Facial syndrome, the topic of his memoir "A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures."…
Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf details her rise to power and her personal experiences with domestic abuse in her book "This Child Will Be Great: Memoir of a Remarkable Life." Johnson-Sirleaf talks about her life and her country with Margaret Warner.
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