Xavier Cortada is asking people to transform discarded campaign signs into yard art as part of his "Underwater Homeowners Association" project.
Handy is the focus of a series of special performances in New York this week exploring his impact as an African-American composer in the early 20th century.
The collaboration between a Cleveland-area musician and combat veteran aims to ease the transition for soldiers coming back from war.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans talks about how late-night TV shows tackled the midterm elections. Also, the BBC hit drama "Bodyguard" is making waves on Netflix.
Harvey Fierstein's Tony Award-winning "Torch Song Trilogy" is back on Broadway, renamed "Torch Song" and rewritten into two acts.
One aspect of the sci-fi spectacle got some positive attention: its score. Choreographer Kyle Davis liked it so much that he's adapted it into a new ballet.
"Flyover Country" is a new collection by poet Austin Smith that tackles misconceptions about the Midwest and drone violence.
The show is a Broadway return for 86-year-old acting icon Elaine May. Here & Now's Robin Young talks with co-star Michael Cera and director Lila Neugebauer about the production.
The play follows an essayist who pens what he thinks is one of his greatest stories, only to be met by the scrutiny of a zealous young fact checker, who...
Mary Corse has had a steady career, despite being ignored by the male-dominated art world in Los Angeles. Now, two museums are paying attention.
The composer and multi-instrumentalist is front and center on his latest album, playing every instrument.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Field about the new memoir, which explores how Field's past guided, influenced, thwarted and ultimately shaped her life and career.
A new book argues Jerome Robbins' work in ballet, which has been at times overlooked, was equally as strong as his work on Broadway.
Forty-one photographs — from astonished lemurs to exasperated grizzly bears to a pair of waltzing elk — have made it to this year's finals.
In 1998, an openly gay University of Wyoming student was brutally murdered for being gay. Robbed, beaten and left to die in Laramie, his murder drew an international spotlight to...
The Tony Award-winning musical, now a young adult novel, tracks the story of a misfit high school senior -- Evan Hansen -- who gets caught in a lie about being...
The art world was abuzz over the weekend after anonymous British street artist Banksy rigged one of his own paintings to shred itself the moment after it was auctioned off...
WBUR and The Boston Globe have launched a podcast called "Last Seen" to investigate the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum art heist in 1990 and why none of the art has...
Eric Idle talks with Here & Now's Robin Young about his favorite Monty Python moments, and his new memoir "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life: A Sortabiography."
An opera and play now onstage in two different cities are both tackling the stories behind Alzheimer's disease.