This year's 30th anniversary of the KlezKamp, an annual week-long Yiddish folks art festival, will be its last.
The controversial artist discusses his 2012 trip to his mother's home country and shares his photos.
U.S. officials now believe with "99 percent certainty" that the North Korean government was behind the hacking attack on Sony.
Fans expect Colbert to abandon his conservative caricature, as he leaves "The Colbert Report" to take over for David Letterman.
The 25 movies being inducted this year into the National Film Registry for long-term preservation span the years 1913 to 2004.
Security fears spurred Sony to let theater chains cancel showings of the movie, which is about a CIA plot to kill North Korea's leader.
In a new documentary series on PBS, Bruce Feiler accompanies Americans on pilgrimages to six of the world's holiest sites.
Dylan Gadino, founder of the website laughspin.com, shares his list of stand-up comedians worth checking out.
Marley's album has been nominated for a Grammy for Best Reggae Album, an award he won last year with "Ziggy Marley in Concert."
Anne Neely's paintings explore the beauty of water, but also raise a cautionary flag about issues that threaten the world's water.
In the best picture category, "Birdman" was joined by "St. Vincent," "Grand Budapest Hotel," "Into the Woods" and "Pride."
Her album "Christmas in New York" includes collaborations with Wynton Marsalis, Chris Botti and Rufus Wainwright.
The Senate report on the CIA's use of torture makes one thing clear: torture for information does not work. For Hollywood, however, it is a different story.
The Libya native shares some of his poems and translations and talks about bridging the gap between two cultures.
Google's video site is reportedly most concerned about the startup Vessel, which has been courting some of its most popular video makers.
We revisit with author Pat Conroy, whose book, "The Death of Santini," is out in paperback this month.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch plays a British homosexual mathematician who is instrumental in cracking Nazi's Enigma machine.
She has been called "the preeminent guitarist of our time" and was one of the first woman musicians in a field where there are few.
Ger Duany reflects on his own background and South Sudan today, as he stars in a film with Reese Witherspoon.
Dewey Gill, who hosts "The Sunday Big Band Show" on WMSE in Milwaukee shares music that was popular during the 1930s.