Wondering just what a blog really is? The New York Times’ David Pogue looks at the great potential -- and great risks – dotting cyberspace in the brave new world of blogs –- Web sites created by people who have a burning interest in something and are anything but hesitant to share their thoughts on it.
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Correspondent Rita Braver visits the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., which just reopened after a six-year renovation. The collection tells the story of the beauty, diversity, humor and complexity of the United States and its people.
David Edelstein on Johnny Depp and “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”
A short history of the T-Shirt
Imagine what it must be like find a fortune in buried treasure: That’s how Bill Sagan says he felt when he discovered a warehouse in San Francisco containing millions of rare photographs, posters, and thousands of previously unreleased recordings by the greatest bands in rock 'n'roll history, from the Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix, to Bruce Springsteen and U-2. Correspondent John Blackstone talks with Bill Sagan, and takes a tour of the long-lost archive known as “Wolfgang’s Vault.”
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Bill Geist brings us the latest from the Irish Road Bowling circuit in West Virginia. Originally, it was a game played by soldiers between battles during the Civil War. The game disappeared but about ten years ago, but reemerged in the town of Ireland, W. Va. These days, Irish road bowling is gaining popularity across the Northeast and is, of course, still very popular in Ireland.