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COVER STORY: Seeing is Believing?
What is real? What is a true likeness? The smiles on their faces are genuine, but what ends up in the family album may not look exactly the same. We can now alter these class pictures digitally so no kid has a runny nose or a blemish in the final photo.
TIME: Watch Closely
David Edelstein on magic in the movies
Last Ford Taurus
Ron Chaney's hillside home near Palm Springs doesn't look much like a haunted house, but he always looks forward to getting it ready for Halloween. Chaney is, after all, a descendent of monsters.
WHAT'S NEXT? Tattoos
WHAT’S SO FUNNY? Neil Simon
He is one of America's most prolific and beloved playwrights, having produced some 30 plays and just as many screenplays. And with three Tony Awards, a Pulitzer Prize and a slew of Emmy and Academy Award nominations, Neil Simon can add one more award to the list: this year's Mark Twain Prize. This Sunday Morning, Rita Braver sits down with Neil Simon on the occasion to talk about his life and career.
Ben Stein on the war in Iraq
BILL GEIST: One-Woman Town
Driving into the town of Monowi, Neb., the sign says the population is 2. But that turns out to be quite an exaggeration. Monowi is a one-woman town, and that woman is Elsie Eiler — the mayor, police chief, town clerk, bartender, librarian and entire business community. This Sunday Morning, Bill Geist visits this very small town and its sole resident.
Bats in Montana's Lewis & Clark caverns