Timed to celebrate the 200th anniversary of her birth, “Charlotte Bronte: An Independent Will” proved to be the perfect exhibit for a compulsive reader.
“Bill Cunningham New York” was 2016’s perfect character documentary because it celebrates a mostly unknown yet true hero.
Hollywood dealmaker Sam Adams recalls a particularly unsettling time he spent with Walt Disney.
He was on set with Humphrey Bogart and Bette Davis and he cut deals for I.B. Singer and Margaret Atwood. Somewhere near Antarctica, Sam Adams tells tales from his Hollywood life.
In the 1920s, a Romanian Jewish man named Max Rosenstock became ‘The Strongest Man in the World.’ His 101-year-old niece, the late Martha Gold, told us his story.
86-year-old Harry Swimmer runs ‘The Mitey Riders,’ which offers therapeutic horse-riding for children with disabilities. See why CNN has named Swimmer a finalist for ‘Hero of the Year.’
Larry Pomerance is one of the last surviving witnesses to the creation of the NBC Peacock. Here, at age 82, he tells his story.
For years, Laurie Gwen Shapiro knew her neighbor as an unassuming artist named Peter. Years later, she learned he was Peter Malkin, a Nazi hunter who helped catch Adolf Eichmann.
In the old days of the Lower East Side, there were pushcarts, bootleggers, hot corn and knife sharpeners. 95-year-old Julius Shapiro and his sisters Peshie and Esther remember it all in a lively and hilarious conversation.
The first Moscot eyeglasses store opened in 1925, the same year that F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote ‘The Great Gatsby.’ Was Doctor T.J. Eckleburg’s billboard inspired by an old Moscot sign?