Filmmaker Ken Burns said Saturday that he wants to tell the story of three of the most famous Roosevelts, their strengths and weaknesses, in an upcoming documentary on one of America's most famous political families.
Two prominent television figures whose lives were significantly altered by the cancer deaths of loved ones are helping turn a Pulitzer Prize-winning book on the history of the disease into a six-hour documentary.
Painter Kadir Nelson drives home the gritty dignity of players in the Jim Crow era in "We Are The Ship: The Story Of Negro League Baseball." The free exhibit of 31 paintings bows Sunday and runs through Dec.19 at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.
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