An annual festival for Elvis impersonators is a moneymaker for Porthcawl, Wales.
Mark Whitaker's new book, "Smoketown," examines the sometimes overlooked role that the city played.
The genre allows him to discuss controversial topics in a non-threatening way, he says.
Nicolás Lopez used his "Chile-wood" to make "Hazlo Como Hombre" for less than a million dollars.
Dorothy A. Brown, a scholar specializing in tax policy, race and class, shares her perspective on President Trump's assertion that good jobs will "have a huge, positive impact on race relations."
New York Times culture critic Wesley Morris discusses the way race and culture intersect in the aftermath of Charlottesville.
"We've got to take advantage of the moment," Dan Fogelman says about the Emmy-nominated show.
Josh Malone, inventor of the "Bunch-o-Balloons" water balloon toy, talks about how the idea came to be.
Once a hip indie enclave, the street went upmarket when high-end chains moved in. Then they left.