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  • Ann Patchett: Writer, and purveyor, of books
    The bestselling author is owner of a Nashville bookstore that comes complete with staff dogs
  • Author Ann Patchett's bookstore
    Ann Patchett doesn't just write books, like her latest bestseller, "Commonwealth"; she sells them, at Parnassus Books in Nashville, her very own bookstore. As you might expect from a novelist, there's a good story behind Parnassus Books, and it's one that's bigger than just one brick-and-mortar retailer. Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes" reports.
  • NYT editor Pamela Paul on the fall's new books
    New York Times Book Review editor Pamela Paul previews some of the fall's most anticipated new titles.
  • The magic of Harry Potter returns, on stage
    Mark Phillips talks with Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling, director John Tiffany and playwright Jack Thorne about the sensation of the London stage, coming soon to Broadway: "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," a story of the now-grown wizard and the burden passed down to his family.
  • The New Season: Theater
    "Sunday Morning" previews some of fall's most anticipated shows on and off-Broadway
  • The New Season: books
    New York Times Book Review editor Pamela Paul previews some of the fall's most anticipated titles
  • Shania Twain on finding her voice again
    After a rocky end to her marriage with her longtime collaborator, the bestselling female country music singer ever is back with her first studio album in 15 years
  • The fall's new theater
    "Sunday Morning" looks at some of the most highly-anticipated shows to debut on and off Broadway this fall.
  • Harry Potter brings his magic to the stage
    J.K. Rowling talks about the sensation of London's theater world, coming soon to Broadway: "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"
  • Extended transcript: J.K. Rowling and the creative team behind "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"
    In this web exclusive, the creator of Harry Potter, playwright Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany talk about developing the award-winning continuation of the wizard's family story
  • Iain Armitage works his magic in "Young Sheldon"
    Meet the nine-year-old star of the "Big Bang Theory" spinoff, playing a young genius
  • Iain Armitage, the star of "Young Sheldon"
    Tracy Smith talks with Iain Armitage, the nine-year-old actor who's stepping into the character of young Sheldon Cooper in the spinoff of "The Big Bang Theory."
  • Shania Twain is back with "Now"
    After a rocky end to her marriage with her longtime collaborator, the bestselling female country music singer ever is back with "Now," her first studio album in 15 years. Shania Twain opens up to Lee Cowan about her divorce, and finding love again; her childhood; the health crisis that almost ended her career; and how, by writing music on her own, she "wrote myself out of my misery."
  • Bill Flanagan on the fall's new music
    From pop to jazz to classical, "Sunday Morning" contributor Bill Flanagan highlights some of the fall's most anticipated new music releases.
  • The New Season: Art
    A review of current and upcoming exhibitions at museums across the country
  • David Edelstein on the fall's new movies
    Critic David Edelstein previews the best of the upcoming films this fall.
  • The New Season: Music
    Contributor Bill Flanagan previews some of fall's most anticipated new releases, from pop to classical and jazz
  • A museum-worthy collection of trash
    Over more than three decades, former NYC sanitation worker Nelson Molina collected items from the trash that he saw as treasures. It's become a collection worthy of a museum. Serena Altschul took a tour of his remarkable gallery of salvaged collectibles.
  • The fall's new art
    Anna Werner presents a preview of current and upcoming exhibitions at museums across the country, from a lavish sculpture garden at Minneapolis' Walker Art Center, to the Cleveland Museum of Art's centennial celebration of the works by Auguste Rodin.
  • The New Season: Movies
    Critic David Edelstein previews some of fall's most anticipated films

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