“My distrust of technology comes entirely from that movie.”
How musicians like Sun Ra and George Clinton imagined a better world through Afrofuturism.
How the hilariously profane comedian inspired a young girl from the Bronx.
How Victoria de Puy and her daughter Geraldine came to understand their relationship through the friendship of Snoopy and Woodstock.
He’s made more albums than anyone else, but you’ve never heard a note he’s played.
Probably the most famous African-American visual artist of the 20th century, Romare Bearden was best known for a singular approach to collage art that incorporated scraps of wallpaper, glossy magazines, and fabric into a kind of patchwork cubism.
Thirty years ago, hardly anyone knew what a music video was.
The boundary-pushing publisher Barney Rosset died on Tuesday. He was 89. Rosset was the founder of Grove Press, where he made a name for himself publishing titles no one else would to...
All over the country, amazing science is happening without institutional or government funding. We visit inventors working in garages, basements, even a Quonset hut on a farm.
Kurt Andersen, Mary Elizabeth Williams and Paul Rudnick prognosticate.
Forty-eight years ago, Donald J. Sobol put sneakers on Sherlock Holmes and set him in small-town America. Produced by Studio 360's Derek John.