Full story - January 25, 2019
NY Icons
Tell us your pick for a New York Icon that's become part of our national consciousness. We might choose to do an episode about it!
Full story - January 24, 2019
Choreographer Donald Byrd.
As he turns 70, the Seattle-based choreographer continues to provoke conversations through his art.
Full story - January 24, 2019
Elizabeth Streb
Choreographer Elizabeth Streb takes dance to gravity-defying extremes.
Full story - January 24, 2019
Mercedes Seaer and Lonnie Poupard, Jr. in "4Chambers."
Jody Oberfelder’s “4Chambers” is part dance — and part science project.
Full story - January 24, 2019
Celia Cruz, 1957.
As Latin music was fading from popular culture, a blend of Caribbean rhythms going by the name salsa got a new generation dancing.
Full episode - January 17, 2019
A portrait of Hilma af Klint, Stockholm, 1910s
A new exhibit at the Guggenheim suggests it was Hilma af Klint who invented abstraction — so why has she been practically unknown for the last century?
Full story - January 17, 2019
Portrait of Hilma af Klint, circa 1910s, behind one of her paintings, “Group IX/SUW, The Swan, No. 17 (Grupp IX/SUW, Svanen, nr 17),” 1915 from “The SUW/UW Series (Serie SUW/UW).”
The mystery behind the mother of modern abstraction.
Full story - January 17, 2019
 Melissa McCarthy as Lee Israel in the film “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”.
The literary con artist talks about her criminal past — now adapted into the film “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” starring Melissa McCarthy.
Full story - January 17, 2019
The poets Shane McCrae and Sylvia Plath pictured half a century apart.
Where a troubled teen discovered Sylvia Plath: in a Charlie Sheen TV movie.

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