Full episode - November 15, 2018
A scene from the opera “Proving Up” at the Miller Theatre in New York City.
A haunting opera about Homestead Act settlers, plus new leads in the Gardner Museum heist, a “White Album” obsessive, and a Buffalo Tom member’s day job in the leafy suburbs.
Full story - November 15, 2018
Just a few of the used copies of the “White Album” that Rutherford Chang owns.
Fifty years ago, the Beatles sent millions of blank canvases out into the world.
Full story - November 15, 2018
An FBI poster seeking information on the Rembrandt painting, "The Storm on the Sea of Galilee."
Reporter Kelly Horan on the unsolved mystery of the Isabella Gardner Museum heist.
Full story - November 15, 2018
Tom Maginnis, Bill Janovitz and Chris Colbourn of Buffalo Tom.
How does a ‘90s rocker make a decade of recording and touring look presentable on a resume?
Full story - November 15, 2018
A scene from “Proving Up” at Miller Theatre.
Composer Missy Mazzoli and author Karen Russell on the ghostly new opera “Proving Up.”
Full episode - November 08, 2018
An art auction at Sotheby’s.
Nathaniel Kahn’s documentary about the art market, plus the making of a Talking Heads masterpiece and Kenneth Lonergan on writing plays and movies.
Full story - November 08, 2018
Kenneth Lonergan
The Oscar-winning writer and director on the genius of Elaine May and finding inspiration from real life.
Full story - November 08, 2018
“Remain In Light,” the landmark 1980 album by Talking Heads.
How radio preachers and John Dean’s Watergate testimony found their way into a Talking Heads album.
Full story - November 08, 2018
Painter Larry Poons walks to his studio in a still from the documentary “The Price of Everything.”
The price we pay for the price we pay for art.
Full story - November 01, 2018
Orson Welles, Peter Bogdanovich and the crew on the set of “The Other Side of the Wind.”
Morgan Neville’s new documentary “They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead” examines why Orson Welles’ final film remained unfinished ... until now.