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Correspondent Elizabeth Kaledin reports on the proliferation of advertising in places you'd never imagine.
Invention of the 33
THE NEW SEASON: Fashions. Some men’s and women’s clothing trends to look out for this fall…
Mika Brzezinski meets Essie Weingarten, a woman who used a lot of gumption and wit to create a nail polish that's become a household name.
AMERICANS IN PARIS
The novelist Henry James once called Paris the most brilliant city in the world, and for American painters like John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler and Mary Cassatt, it was. This Sunday Morning, come along with Rita Braver and live the life of an American in Paris.
"Americans in Paris" is on view at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston through Sept. 24, 2006, then travels to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York where it will be on view from Oct. 17, 2006 through Jan. 28, 2007.
THE NEW SEASON: Art
National Singles’ Week
THE NEW SEASON at the movies.
Actor/comedian Martin Short speaks with correspondent Harry Smith about family, fame and his Broadway show.
THE NEW SEASON
What to watch for in the coming season at the movies, at museums around the country—and at playhouses and performance centers.
Nancy Giles on "Survivor," etc.
(Originally broadcast Feb. 26, 2006)
: Bill Geist travels with the Early Bird. We work hard all of our lives saving for retirement. Is it worth it? Bill Geist visits a Florida retirement community with a young man who decided to find out for himself – by moving to Century Village in Boca Raton 40 years early! Rodney Rothman spent six months living the life of a retiree at the age of 28 and wrote about his experience in the book, "Early Bird." Together, Geist and Rothman visit some of the places and people that were a part of this very early retirement.