With films including “Dazed and Confused,” “School of Rock” and “Boyhood” under his belt, five-time Academy Award-nominated director Richard Linklater has become one of the most well-regarded filmmakers working today. His latest project, “Everybody Wants Some!!” follows a group of college baseball players in the 1980s as they navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. Linklater and actor Wyatt Russell, who plays Willoughby, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the new film. “CBS This Morning” to preview her report. New York News 2016
Rachel Barton Pine is one of the most accomplished violinists in the world, but she would be the first to remember her less than refined upbringing — as a ten-year-old prodigy with an out-of-work father, she bought her concert clothes in thrift stores and relied on space heaters for warmth. Now, Pine uses her success to help other disadvantaged violinists escape poverty. Jeffrey Brown reports. PBS NewsHour video news New York News 2016
While Jennifer Hudson finished seventh in American Idol in 2004, she went on to become an actress and release a Grammy-winning debut album. Hudson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her latest role in “Confirmation,” an upcoming HBO movie about Clarence Thomas’ Supreme Court nomination hearings. www.cbsnews.com/cbs-this-morning video New York News 2016
Hot 97’s Summer Jam is just around the corner. Fans have found out who will grace the main stage. Fox 5 was at the Hot 97 studio Friday for the big announcement of the names of nine artists who will be hitting the stage. Video Fox 5 NY news 2016 New York.
Americans make about 850 million museum visits every year, more than all major league sports and theme parks combined. The United States has about 17,500 museums, large and small, famous and obscure. Some are a bit quirky. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to guide us through America’s most offbeat museums.. CBS This Morning video news.
South by Southwest, or SXSW, started almost 30 years ago as a funky little music festival in Austin, Texas.
Today, it’s a sprawling showcase for new music, emerging technology and independent film. Fandango.com managing editor and critic Erik Davis joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss this year’s offerings at the film festival.. CBS This Morning video news.
Acclaimed composer and solo performer Grace McLean serves up her song “Absolute Nobody”—inspired by a line from J.D. Salinger’s “Franny and Zooey”—at Barcade, using only her voice and a looping station. Video news