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  • Opera breathes new life into Circus Maximus amid coronavirus pandemic
    In this era of social distancing, Chris Livesay reports how an ancient place in Rome has become a safe performance space.
  • Saturday Sessions: Courtney Marie Andrews performs "Burlap String"
    Born and raised in Phoenix, singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews was already writing and performing her own songs by age 15. Her 2016 breakthrough album, "Honest Life," was a hit with critics and topped the charts in the U.K. Her latest collection, "Old Flowers," was released earlier in the summer to stellar reviews. She joins "CBS […]
  • Saturday Sessions: Courtney Marie Andrews performs "It Must Be Someone Else's Fault"
    Born and raised in Phoenix, singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews was already writing and performing her own songs by age 15. Her 2016 breakthrough album, "Honest Life," was a hit with critics and topped the charts in the U.K. Her latest collection, "Old Flowers," was released earlier in the summer to stellar reviews. She joins "CBS […]
  • Saturday Sessions: Courtney Marie Andrews performs "Break the Spell"
    Born and raised in Phoenix, singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews was already writing and performing her own songs by age 15. Her 2016 breakthrough album, "Honest Life," was a hit with critics and topped the charts in the U.K. Her latest collection, "Old Flowers," was released earlier in the summer to stellar reviews. She joins "CBS […]
  • Linda Lavin on her character "Alice" as a model mom
    In this web exclusive, actress Linda Lavin, who starred as a single mother working as a waitress in the TV sitcom "Alice" (1976-1985), talked with correspondent Mo Rocca about how her character was viewed as a role model for working moms, and how she became politicized to talk about the difficulties facing working women.
  • "Sunday Morning" Matinee: On-Site Opera
    Since 2012, the New York City-based On-Site Opera has presented immersive operatic experiences in site-specific settings, from the Bronx Zoo to Harlem’s Cotton Club. The act of taking opera to new places has been affected by the pandemic, so they are now bringing opera to YOU, in special telephone concerts. In this rehearsal performance recorded […]
  • The eyes have it: Celebrating a career celebrating CBS
    The Columbia Broadcasting System was part of George Schweitzer's family – and as chairman of marketing, it was his job to make sure it would be part of yours, too
  • The Book Report: Reviews by Washington Post critic Ron Charles
    Looking for the perfect summer read? Washington Post book reviewer Ron Charles discusses four new fiction and non-fiction titles: "Utopia Avenue" by David Mitchell; "Make Russia Great Again" by satirist Christopher Buckley; "Begin Again," about the writer James Baldwin; and "Hamnet," Maggie O'Farrell's historical novel about the son of William Shakespeare.
  • Jim Gaffigan on living in a time warp
    The calendar may say it's August, but comedian Jim Gaffigan isn't buying it, 'cause he's still trapped in a routine of doing the same things he did months ago.
  • The Book Report: Reviews from Washington Post critic Ron Charles (August 2)
    Recommendations of new fiction and non-fiction titles