By PBS NewsHour
When was the last time you went to the theater, or watched a modern dance concert? Why are Americans less connected to the arts? In his new book, “Curtains? The Future of the Arts in America,” Michael Kaiser, a former…
George Hodgman left a fast-paced life as an editor in Manhattan for small town Missouri to care for his elderly mother. Judy Woodruff sits down with Hodgman to discuss his poignant memoir of caretaking, “Bettyville.”…
In 1915, a German submarine sunk the Lusitania, a British passenger ship, killing nearly 1,200 people including 123 Americans. The story of that disaster is the subject of a new book, “Dead Wake.” Jeffrey Brown talks to author Erik Larson…
Richard Price’s new book, “The Whites,” centers around the criminals who get away and the police who get obsessed with catching them. Price, who has written eight novels and for the TV show “The Wire,” talks with Jeffrey Brown about…
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