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The exhibition "Banksy: Cut and Run - 25 Years Card Labour" was secretly installed at the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, Scotland.  CBS News

COVER STORY: The art of Banksy's secrets | Watch Video
Putting together the first authorized exhibition in 14 years of works by the anonymous street artist Banksy required extensive planning and a cover story to hide its true identity until it opened, unannounced, in Glasgow this summer. Correspondent Seth Doane explores the art and the mysteries of Banksy's world, including the continued speculation about the artist's true identity, a closely-held secret for decades. 

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An aerial view shows destroyed homes and buildings in historic Lahaina, in the aftermath of wildfires in western Maui, Hawaii, August 10, 2023.  PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images

SUNDAY JOURNAL: Survivor of Maui wildfire: "Everything we had in the past is gone" (Video)
One of the deadliest wildfires in the United States in recent years leveled homes and businesses on the lush Hawaiian island of Maui this past Tuesday. Correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti reports on how residents and tourists were caught off-guard by the fast-moving flames, turning postcard-perfect Lahaina into ruins, as officials warn the number of dead could rise significantly in the weeks to come. 

GUIDE: How to help those affected by the Maui wildfires

ALMANAC: August 13 (Video)
"Sunday Morning" looks at important historical events on this date.  

Conor Knighton's photo of a humpback whale's fluke during a trip off Monterey. Conor Knighton

NATURE: Facial recognition? How about tail recognition? Identifying individual humpback whales online | Watch Video
The website collects photos that whale watchers take of the tails of humpbacks, helping ID and track specific whales in their travels around the world. Conor Knighton reports.

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Since 1980 vocalist Dave Gahan and guitarist-keyboardist Martin Gore have been performing as Depeche Mode, which formed out of the band Composition of Sound.  Jake Barlow/CBS News

MUSIC: The latest act for Depeche Mode | Watch Video
Formed more than 40 years ago, the English electronic group Depeche Mode likes to call itself "the biggest alternative band in the world." And yet, while lead singer Dave Gahan and lead songwriter Martin Gore began 2023 with a new album, "Memento Mori," and a packed tour schedule, they are doing so without their bandmate, Andy Fletcher, who died unexpectedly in May 2022. Gahan and Gore talked with correspondent Luke Burbank about their success, their addictions, and why they credit music with saving their lives.

You can stream "Memento Mori" by Depeche Mode by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):

Web exclusive: Depeche Mode's hunt for "interesting sounds" by CBS Sunday Morning on YouTube

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Depeche Mode's hunt for "interesting sounds" (YouTube Video)
Dave Gahan and Martin Gore of the English electronic group Depeche Mode talk with correspondent Luke Burbank about the lengths to which they would go to find unusual sounds for their music.   

GALLERY: Summer music heats up 2023

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
"Sunday Morning" remembers some of the notable figures who left us this week, including musician Robbie Robertson of The Band.

A nonalcoholic cocktail with AMASS Riverine. CBS News

BEVERAGES: A new trend is brewing: Nonalcoholic beers & mocktails (Video)
In recent years, nonalcoholic beer sales have increased 70%, and no good cocktail list is complete without a few "mocktails." "Sunday Morning" contributor Kelefa Sanneh talks about the latest "sober-curious" trends with New York Times' chief wine critic Eric Asimov, who samples some tasty beverages, no alcohol required. (This story was originally broadcast November 20, 2022.)

RECIPE: Berry'd in Hops Mocktail by Cameron Winkelman

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COMMENTARY: Jim Gaffigan on the "complex process" of keeping his kids' cellphones charged | Watch Video
For most of us, the memory of discovering an uncharged phone is seared into our consciousness. But not Jim Gaffigan's children.

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HISTORY: Morgan Freeman on rescuing a Black WWII tank battalion from obscurity | Watch Video
Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman is narrator and executive producer of the History Channel documentary "761st Tank Battalion: The Original Black Panthers," about one of only a few African American tank battalions that saw combat in World War II, at a time when the armed forces were still segregated. He talks with CBS News national security correspondent David Martin about the importance of bringing the story of the 761st to light.

To watch a trailer for "761st Tank Battalion: The Original Black Panthers" click on the video player below:

761st Tank Battalion: The Original Black Panthers Trailer | Airs Aug. 20 at 8/7c | History by HISTORY on YouTube

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AWARDS: Red carpet at the Opals, the Oscars of the engineering world (Video)
Since 1960 the American Society of Civil Engineers has hosted the Opal Awards, a black-tie gala where members honor the engineers behind some of the world's most ambitious projects. Correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports from the red carpet, and talks to the year's biggest winner, Ron Klemencic, lead engineer of a Seattle building project using an innovative new construction technique called SpeedCore.

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Novelist and National Book Award winner Tess Gunty. CBS News

BOOKS: Tess Gunty on "The Rabbit Hutch" and the collaboration between reader and writer | Watch Video
She is the breakout talent whose debut novel, "The Rabbit Hutch," won Tess Gunty the National Book Award for fiction. The novel, set in a downtrodden city inspired by her hometown of South Bend, Indiana, follows young adults who have aged out of the foster care system without having found a "forever" family. CBS News' Robert Costa talks with the 30-year-old author about her own background – both similar and different from her protagonist's – and about her passionate advocacy for the craft of novel writing.

READ AN EXCERPT: "The Rabbit Hutch" by Tess Gunty

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HARTMAN: The restorative power of friendship (Video)
Seven years ago, Craig Reagan, of College Station, Texas, was diagnosed with ALS. Like so many aspects of his life that were disrupted, the '73 Mustang Mach 1 he'd bought his junior year of high school, which he'd always planned to restore, sat rusting in his garage. But once some old friends heard about the car Reagan had never gotten around to fixing up, they saw a challenge. Correspondent Steve Hartman reports. 

NATURE: Hellbenders (Extended Video)
"Sunday Morning" takes us to a North Carolina creek, among the hellbenders – amphibians also known as "snot otters." Videographer: Justin Grubb. 


GALLERY: Summer music heats up 2023
Live performances are in full swing this summer. Scroll through our concert gallery, featuring pictures by CBS News photojournalist Jake Barlow and photographers Ed Spinelli and Kirstine Walton.

Here Comes the Sun: Author Rose Styron and photographer Ansel Adams' work 20:53

HERE COMES THE SUN: Author Rose Styron and photographer Ansel Adams' work (Video)
Author Rose Styron sits down with Mo Rocca to discuss her memoir "Beyond This Harbor," James Lapine's documentary "In the Company of Rose" and how she learned to read. Then, Conor Knighton visits the de Young Museum in San Francisco to learn more about the exhibit on Ansel Adams' work.

GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2023
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity.

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