First, a conversation with architect Michael Graves. Graves is one of the original five New York architects whose buildings include color, texture and geometry in ways that defy convention. Graves talks about his body of work which ranges from Walt Disney World hotels to simple and elegant homes, and spans the globe, from the Napa Valley to Japan. Then, actor Gary Sinise, who co-founded of Chicago's acclaimed Steppenwolf Theater Company, discusses his latest project which has earned him a Tony nomination. He is currently starring in Buried Child, which is the first Sam Shepard play to be performed on Broadway. Finally, writer Letty Cottin Pogrebin talks to Charlie about her new book, Getting Over Getting Old, An Intimate Journey. The book deals with aging in a changing world and the experience that The Roosevelt generation is currently going through.moreless
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