Steve Earle sings about leaving his adopted home and falling in love again, and talks about his role on HBO's "The Wire."
Eric Molinsky, a recent target of viral marketing for the new "Batman" movie, decides to delve into the world of viral.
How the Lincoln Memorial became America's soapbox and how it speaks to the better angels of our nature.
Take a boat ride with artist Olafur Eliasson, as he inspects his enormous art project in New York Harbor: four man-made waterfalls, ten stories high.
Diane Keaton is a serious collector of photographs, and her latest find is the obscure work of Bill Wood, a commercial photographer from Texas.
Kurt talks to Hollywood's creative movers and shakers -- recorded in front of a live audience at the Getty Center in LA.
Ellison says he's the heir to Edgar Allan Poe and Jorge-Luis Borges -- Kurt talks to him about his brash reputation and his new documentary.
Mark Stewart talks about his ground-breaking, autobiographical rock musical nominated for six Tony Awards.
On 'Studio 360,' Kurt Andersen talks to author Pico Lyer about his new book about the Dalai Lama.
The global credit squeeze has created all kinds of economic jitters, but it hasnâ€™t reached the art market.