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NewsHour correspondent Jeffrey Brown spoke with Garrison Keillor of “A Prairie Home Companion” and “The Writer’s Almanac,” about the American Public Media host’s relationship to poetry. In college, Garrison Keillor studied poetry as an English...
The French street theater company Royal de Luxe are marking 100 years since the start of World War I in a larger than life way. Three giant marionettes are touring the streets of Liverpool, England during the city’s Great War centenary...
Photo by Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images Following “abuse of editing privileges” by anonymous IP addresses within the U.S House of Representatives, Wikipedia has barred House staffers from contributing for 10 days. Those with registered personal...
On the NewsHour tonight, in collaboration with The Atlantic, a researcher examines why creativity and mental illness is often linked. “As a psychiatrist and neuroscientist who studies creativity, I’ve had the pleasure of working with many...
IS demolished a sacred mosque in Mosul, Iraq on Thursday Islamic militants in Mosul, Iraq on Thursday blew up a sacred mosque that was considered the final resting place of the Prophet Jonah. Since June, Mosul has been under control of IS, formerly...
The craft of fine bookmaking is alive and well at the Arion Press in San Francisco, where bindings are handsewn. Photo by Jeremy Raff The Arion Press in San Francisco is one of the country’s last printers dedicated to creating limited edition,...