Neda Ulaby

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Norwegian playwright Jon Fosse wins the 2023 Nobel Prize in literature

Thursday, October 05, 2023

A Norwegian writer, Jon Fosse, has won the 2023 Nobel Prize in literature. Though little-known outside his home country, he is celebrated in literary circles.


David McCallum, Actor and NCIS Icon, dies at 90

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Actor David McCallum, known for his role as the eccentric medical examiner on NCIS, died this week. He was 90.


Horseless carriages were once a lot like driverless cars. What can history teach us?

Monday, September 25, 2023

Historians say that a little more than a century ago, when cars first hit the roads, they caused nervous laughter and raised real concerns, much like driverless vehicles today.


A sculptor and a ceramicist who grapple with race win 2023 Heinz Awards for the Arts

Wednesday, September 20, 2023

Kevin Beasley and Roberto Lugo are this year's winners of the the Heinz Awards for the Arts, a prestigious prize that comes with a $250,000 cash award.


The Paris Review, n+1 and others win 2023 Whiting Literary Magazine Prizes

Tuesday, September 12, 2023

The 2023 Whiting Literary Magazine Prize has been awarded to The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Paris Review, Oxford American and n+1 among others


Arab American stories interconnect in the new collection, 'Dearborn'

Saturday, September 09, 2023

Author Ghassan Zeineddine's new collection of short stories, Dearborn, takes a tenderhearted look at interconnected characters in the largest Arab American community in the country


'Barbie' sets even more records

Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Barbie is now the highest grossing Warner Brothers movie in the studio's history. But Barbie has broken a few more records so far — at least 17 of them.


Kirkus Prize names Jesmyn Ward, Héctor Tobar among finalists for top literary award

Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Finalists for a leading annual literary award were announced Wednesday. The Kirkus Prize awards $50,000 to writers working in the categories of Fiction, Nonfiction, and Young Readers' Literature.


A groundbreaking exhibition on the National Mall shows monuments aren't set in stone

Sunday, August 27, 2023

The first official outdoor exhibition on Washington D.C.'s National Mall showcases six artists whose monuments honor American stories missing from the heart of the country's capital.


The 'Barbie' movie's success puts her among history's top-20 films

Wednesday, August 23, 2023

When Barbie brought close to $1.3 billion at the worldwide box office, it became one of the only female-dominated movies among the top-grossing films of all time.


Custard shop that survived COVID and car crashes finds sweet success on Instagram

Monday, August 14, 2023

Jamal Jawad's shop was stymied when cars kept running into his business in Dearborn, Mich. But the entrepreneur persevered and he now has three stores and a partnership with the Detroit Pistons.


'Barbie' is the only billion-dollar blockbuster solely directed by a woman

Sunday, August 06, 2023

Greta Gerwig's film joins a high-grossing list of mostly male-directed movies, most of them with men leading the casts.


Irish singer Sinead O'Connor has died at 56

Wednesday, July 26, 2023

O'Connor, who had one of the biggest hits of the early 1990s with her version of "Nothing Compares 2 U," became as well known for her political convictions and the tumult in her life as for her songs.


How DOES your cellphone work? A new exhibition dials into the science

Friday, July 14, 2023

Turns out wireless networks aren't wireless at all. And light pulses in fiber optic cables carry your voice around the world. A new exhibition explains the science you hold in your hand every day.


NEA announces 2024 Jazz Masters including Terence Blanchard and Gary Bartz

Wednesday, July 12, 2023

The National Endowment for the Arts has selected Terence Blanchard, Willard Jenkins, Amina Claudine Myers and Gary Bartz for the prestigious honor.


A fan is reviving Orson Welles' poorly edited 'lost masterpiece' through animation

Wednesday, July 05, 2023

The Magnificent Ambersons has been called Orson Welles' "lost masterpiece." The studio cut more than 40 minutes from the movie, but a filmmaker has used animation to recreate lost footage.


An Orson Welles film was horribly edited — will cinematic justice finally be done?

Monday, July 03, 2023

Citizen Kane made Orson Welles a superstar. But his next movie, The Magnificent Ambersons, was edited into incoherence by the studio. Now, a Welles fan has used animation to recreate lost footage.


Alan Arkin has died — the star of 'Get Smart' and 'Little Miss Sunshine' was 89

Friday, June 30, 2023

Arkin knew from childhood that he wanted to be an actor, and he spent a lifetime performing — the Academy Award winner appeared in more than 100 films in a career spanning over seven decades.


How purple came to be a scarier color than red on the Air Quality Index

Thursday, June 29, 2023

Those affected by wildfire smoke focus on the colors red, purple and maroon on the air quality charts. Red used to be the scariest color. Why did that change?(Story aired on ATC on June 28, 2023.)


How purple came to be a scarier color than red on the Air Quality Index

Wednesday, June 28, 2023

Millions of Americas affected by wildfire smoke are focusing on the colors red, purple and maroon on the Air Quality Index charts. Red used to be the scariest color. Why did that change?