The Canadian invasion strikes again. Stars hails from Montreal -- their recent album is In Our Bedroom After the War. Band members Torquil Campbell and Amy Millan explain how they balance their dark lyrics with their lush sound. And they play live in Studio 360.
This West Coast hip-hopper hit stardom in 2001, but he wasn't born for the limelight. His reputation as hip-hop's oddball stems from his raps about science fiction, "Dungeons and Dragons," and public transit.
Steve Earle's wife and musical collaborator, Allison Moorer, joins Earle on this love song to their new hometown.
David Welch blogs about living with brain cancer. On his site, you'll find a section called "Tumor Art" with a series of striking portraits of him in different stages of treatment, by the artist Rosemary Feit Covey. Karen Sosnoski talked to Welch and Feit Covey about their unlikely collaboration.
A political analyst for MSNBC, O'Donnell has worked for Daniel Patrick Moynihan and wrote for the TV series ?The West Wing.? O'Donnell tells Kurt about how this fall's debates echoed the fictional ones he wrote years ago.
"The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency" finishes up its season on HBO this weekend. It's based on the mystery novel series by Alexander McCall Smith. Botswana music producer Solo B. tells Studio 360's Rob Weisberg about the musicians on the soundtrack. He says "No. 1 Ladies" is a big opportunity for Botswana artists to break out of the shadow of South Africa.