In 1976, artist Andy Warhol travelled to Iran to make a portrait of the queen. It was 3 years before the Shah was overthrown. Vanity Fair's Bob Colacello went with Warhol and tells the story.
American Beat poet, author, cartoonist and musician Tuli Kupferberg died this week at the age of 86. New York Times staff reporter Ben Sisario, discusses Kupferberg's uncompromising, and idiosyncratic vision, and the legacy his work leaves behind.
Tonight the most talented young writers and artists in America will gather at New York City's Carnegie Hall, where they will be awarded at the Scholastic Art and Writing's Portfolio Gold Award. Loretta Lopez, one winner from Guadalajara, Mexico, joins us.
A collection of silk screen images made by Andy Warhol are on display in a most unlikely place - a small Andean village in central Colombia. Correspondent John Otis finds out how the town of Jerico got their hands on a world-renowned collection.