Frances Glessner Lee recreated murder scenes with dollhouse figures in the 1940’s and 50’s and quickly became known as the mother of forensic science. Now her work is on display at the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC.
For Steve Goodwin, composing music is the greatest joy in life. When Alzheimer’s threatens the loss of his compositions for good, he and a friend fight back. Watch his story.
You may or may not know about American legend, Johnny Appleseed who is widely credited with the spread of apples all over the country. Find out more!
Ed Gavagan survived a random stabbing attack in New York City. His ability to forgive and his life story is an inspiration to all.
Art Garfunkel, often the lesser known of the due Simon & Garfunkel, speaks about fame, breaking up the band, and losing his instrument.
John Lopez, the Cowboy Sculptor, creates beautiful art sculptures from scrap materials he finds near his hometown in South Dakota. Learn more about this talented artist.
Lost at Sea is part of a new Charles Schwab campaign that focuses on a customer’s story, not their finances. Watch Bill Durden share his frightening tale.
I Need Color is a short documentary that focuses on comedy legend Jim Carrey and his passion for painting. This is a side of the comedian you’ve never seen before – take a look!
Dick Cavett is a legend in talk show history, interviewing guests like John Lennon and Marlon Brando. Now it’s Cavett’s Montauk Estate that in the limelight.
An Uncomplicated Life: A Father’s Memoir of His Exceptional Daughter by Paul Daugherty is a non-fiction book written about a father’s love for his daughter with down syndrome. A beautiful story of family and fatherhood.
John McEnroe is known not only for his untouchable tennis skills but for his unmatched temper on the court. Read his newest biography, ‘But Seriously’, released June 2017.
Megan Phelps-Roper was a member of a prominant Westboro Baptist Church family who found her way out through connections made on social media. Watch her new TEDTalk.
“Raised by Krump” explores the LA-born dance movement “krumping,” and how the dance has helped the lives of some of the area’s most influential dancers. In most cases, when a guy opts for dancing as an alternative to violence, it’s the start of an 80’s …
When was the last time you were in a location with only natural sound? Never? Gordon Hempton’s mission is simple in theory, to record the last remaining ‘quiet places’ of the world before they vanish. Known as an acoustic ecologist, Hempton has traveled to untouched …
It’s-a me, Mario! Charles Martinet might not be a name you know but, trust me, you know his voice. Since 1990, he’s been invading your home as the voice of Super Mario, Luigi, Wario and many of your other Mario Bros favorites. Although he began …