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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 especially for “CBS Sunday Morning,” soprano Jennifer Zetlan and pianist David Shimoni perform Beethoven’s “Auf dem Hügel sitz ich spähend.” For more info visit osopera.org
Desperate times call for desperate measures in the ongoing battle against the terrifying insect, recently discovered in the Pacific Northwest, which can swiftly slaughter honeybee colonies and even bite out chunks of a human being's flesh
The comedian-artist (with co-author Dana Vachon) has written a semi-serious, semi-autobiographical novel, "Memoirs and Misinformation"
Artisans practice their skills at "shibori" in the town of Arimatsu, where merchant houses specializing in producing exquisitely-dyed fabrics have stood for centuries
The paint is barely dry on his latest work, "After the Storm," a celebration of the strength of the human spirit
More than 30 years after the infamous “Bloody Sunday” march, Congressman John Lewis returned to the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, and talked with "Sunday Morning" correspondent Rita Braver about that and other landmarks of the civil rights movement. Braver also talked with writer David Halberstam about Lewis’ legacy. (Originally broadcast on June 28, 1998.)
Aboard a well-appointed RV, “Sunday Morning” correspondent Bill Geist journeys to the Hoosier State, taking in such sights as white squirrels, the world’s biggest sycamore tree stump, and the RV Hall of Fame Museum and Library, and gets tips on mobile home living while putting down stakes in a Walmart parking lot. Originally broadcast May 5, 2002
When Steve Derrick, of Clifton Park, New York, paints a portrait, there's no such thing as a touch-up. He includes every bruise, bag and blood vessel. Steve Hartman talks with the man whose unpaid tributes to hospital workers have left him wealthy beyond words
The Academy Award-winning actor says the greatest advice he gives isn't about acting – it's about understanding
The actress who starred as Laura Ingalls reflects on why the Michael Landon-produced series' messages about family, community and tolerance continue to resonate today
The "Margaritaville" singer, who canceled his annual summer tour, is making lemonade out of lemons, performing online concerts for first responders and longing for the day he'll once again put on "one hell of a show"
"Sing Gently," with Grammy-winning composer Eric Whitacre conducting choristers from 129 countries, features the largest virtual choir ever assembled
The singer-songwriter has re-recorded his iconic 1970 album "Tea For the Tillerman," with the perspective that 50 years of living can bring
At 71 the legendary singer-songwriter has recorded a new audio memoir, and an album of songs he loved while growing up in North Carolina, "American Standard"
For regional theatres to reopen will require some big changes – for actors, crew, and the audience – as well as trying out new ideas to maintain the joy of live performance