Author G. Neri reads a passage from his book about a boy named Marcus, "Chess Rumble."
Producer Katie Davis talks to writer Sherman Alexie about losing language and the permanence of song among Native Americans.
Dick speaks with photographer Wendy Ewald, who has been photographing communities for decades.
A John Cage Music Walk to celebrate his centenary.
Photographer Andrew Garn sees the beauty in a much maligned bird: the pigeon. Lauren Spohrer has the story.
Aaron Schuman tells a story about a photograph he chose not to take. From the book Photographs Not Taken.
Melissa Lowery is the mother of two black girls growing up in a predominantly white suburb of Portland, Ore.
At 97 years old, Frank Glazer's fingers are cramped at times but he still can spread them across the keys to practice and practice new sonatas.
Known as a vocalist for the 1970's rock band Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry strips some of his classics of vocals and reinvents them in the style of 1920's jazz. Tune in to hear Avalon with trumpet, banjo and bass sax.
Musicians all have their inspiration, and Scott Biram adds to that with a small bag that's always with him to protect him: his mojo bag.
Which Carolina does the song “Carolina In The Morning” refer to? Andy Marx has the answer.
Chess reunites a teenage inmate and his fifth grade teacher.
David Schulman’s profile of jazz double bassist Ron Carter.
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