The visual arts world has been slow to embrace computers. Some forward-thinking collectors hope to change that.
Will Wright, creator of the â€œSims,â€ shows how his new game â€œSporeâ€ lets players control the evolution of their very own species.
In "Iron Fists: Branding the 20th-Century Totalitarian State," Steven Heller describes how famous tyrannies used architecture and design for propaganda and control.
Once upon a time, wearing the Sex Pistols or Ramones on your chest was its own act of rebellion.
Patti LuPone has made a Broadway career out of playing powerful women. Maria Callas, Eva PerÃ³n, and now, a Tony-winning performance as Mama Rose in the classic musical "Gypsy."
New Hampshireâ€™s MacDowell Colony gave artists a retreat in the woods -- Aaron Copland wrote "Billy the Kid" there.
The stories by Laura Ingalls Wilder -- about the American frontier in the late 1800s -- get new life as a musical.
The town of Songzhuang, home of China's contemporary arts scene, was once a small village where banished artists took refuge.
The "Birds' Nest" Olympic stadium isnâ€™t even the most incredible new structure in Beijing -- from the look of things, the 21st century may belong to China.
While well known for his tenures with SCTV and Saturday Night Live, and for his numerous film appearances, Murray is less well-known for his support of poetry.