Skittles skips Super Bowl as, stages one-time Broadway musical instead
This year, the Skittles Super Bowl commercial will take the form of a musical, performed live exactly once, written by a Pulitzer Prize finalist and directed by the Artistic Director of the Soho Rep. theater. This is actually happening. Seriously, you can buy tickets right now.
Ned Rorem, The Art of the Diary No. 1
“I am a composer,” Ned Rorem once said, “who also writes, not a writer who also composes.” His music—hundreds of ravishing art songs and instrumental scores, one of which won the 1976 Pulitzer Prize—has brought him fame. But it is his diaries that have b...
Barry Jenkins wants to make a sci-fi movie on the scale of Black Panther
The world is Barry Jenkins’ oyster, what with the Moonlight and If Beale Street Could Talk director having just inked a first look deal with Amazon Studios. He’s currently consumed with adapting Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize-winning The Underground Railroad for the studio, but he’s also got some big ideas about where he’d like to go next.
How can you keep your New Year’s resolutions?
In the first episode of season 2 of “Secrets of the Most Productive People,” we talk to Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author Charles Duhigg about how to build habits so this can be the year that you finally stick to your resolutions.
The Long, Violent History of the Russian Prison Where the American Accused Spy Is Being Held
"Russian prisons have not undergone any real reform,” Anne Applebaum, the Pulitzer-prize winning author of Gulag: A History. “There’s no sense that these are monuments to the past that need to be shut down.”
Movie 'Fences' with Denzel Washington and Viola Davis
"Fences" is a 2016 movie directed by and starring Denzel Washington along with Viola Davis. It is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name written by August Wilson.
The Best of 2018: Seymour Hersh on Trump, Barbara Ehrenreich on ‘Wellness,’ and Amos Oz Remembered
Our most popular interviews of the year, starting with Seymour Hersh, one of our heroes; he says “don’t underestimate Trump.” He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1970 for his expose of the My Lai massacre—...
NY Times reporter spoke at event organized by group behind secret Alabama Senate race disinformation campaign
A new report says that a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter spoke at a private gathering organized by a group that funded the secret effort to convince voters that the Russian governmen…
Best Of 2018: Lynsey Addario And Lhakpa Sherpa
This hour, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario joins us. We talk about her career and her new book, Of Love & War , and learn about
True West By Sam Shepard Opposites attack in Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play about two brothers with more in common than they think. Holed up in their mother’s California house, lowlife Lee (Ethan Hawke) and screenwriter Austin (Paul Dano) wrestle with big issues—and each other. Order vs. chaos.
The Economist asks: How is Trump changing the presidency?
Anne McElvoy, our senior editor, asks Doris Kearns Goodwin, Pulitzer prize-winning author, what makes a great president and how Donald Trump is changing what it means to hold that office. Doris Kea
Pulitzer Prize Winner Alice Walker, New York Times Catch Heat After She Recommends Anti-Semitic Book
The New York Times is defending its decision to run writer Alice Walker’s recommendation of a book authored by a known conspiracy theorist and anti-Semite.
New York Times assailed for Alice Walker interview endorsing 'anti-Semitic' conspiracy theorist
Critics call it anti-Semitic, saying it places Holocaust revisionism at the center of an odious and addled worldview. Its title has been borrowed by followers of QAnon, a conspiracy movement that favors President Donald Trump and peddles baseless theories about government secrets and cabals. But Alice Walker, the Pulitzer-Prize-winning author of "The Color Purple," calls "And the Truth Shall Set You Free" by David Icke a "curious person's dream come true." She offered this endorsement in a New York Times interview published in print on Sunday, in which the 74-year-old author said that the 1995 book was among those resting on her nightstand.
How Ronan Farrow Creates a Safe Space
His reporting helped catalyze the #MeToo movement, won him a Pulitzer Prize this year, and earned him something more: a reputation as the most fearsome investigative journalist in America.
In 2018, Hip-Hop Finally Won the Respect It Deserves: Here's Why
From Kendrick Lamar's landmark Pulitzer Prize win to Missy Elliott making historical strides, 2018 was a banner year for hip-hop.
35 Movies Roger Ebert Really Hated
When the Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic hated a movie, he didn't mince words.
Her First Novel Won the Pulitzer Prize When She Was 24
But today, most people haven’t heard of Josephine Johnson.
The Gospel According to Kendrick Lamar
Pulitzer Prize–winning “poet laureate of hip-hop” Kendrick Lamar has made history with his music. As Compton’s favorite son headlines this summer’s blockbuster Top Dawg Entertainment tour, he grants an intimate look at what drives him.
The chronicles of "Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau
The Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist talks with wife Jane Pauley about 50 years of countercultural comic strips and his indelible cast of characters
Preview: "Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau on his "accidental career"
In a first for "Sunday Morning," host Jane Pauley interviews her husband, the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist