The "Gasland" director explains why activism rooted in peace is essential to counter cultural endorsement of violence, repression and corporate domination.
On "This Is Happening," John Scheinfeld discusses his new film about the revered American saxophonist and composer.
Musical artist Stew’s ode to the literary icon is particularly welcome now, when Baldwin's words have taken on fresh significance.
A new documentary follows pianist Daryl Davis as the simple act of engaging in conversation with an adversary takes on transformative potential. Though he claims more than two dozen converts, Davis’ methods have stirred up their share of controversy.
The sister of comedian Craig Ferguson is a versatile performer, whether she’s doing stand-up, improv or a "Moth Radio Hour" story. She also teaches others how to tell stories and master their craft.
For the investigative journalist, the 2000 election was only the beginning, not exactly serving as a safeguard to ensure that similar trouble—and more—won't happen again. Far from it.
After experiencing the horror of solitary confinement for over a year, Sarah Shourd now is using storytelling and the theater to heal herself and others.
In his latest work, an illustrated children’s book, the acclaimed writer tackles new territory, drawing from his relationship to his name, his father and his tribal roots.
The film follows a bizarre series of events that ultimately results in 10 Hmong leaders and a retired U.S. Army officer facing conspiracy charges.