Kleenex, Xerox, and Aspirin all started out as brand names. Now, they are generic terms for the products they represent; however, some companies are trying to fighting back.
Ed Perry's story is an art-world fairy tale; the great artist who toils in obscurity and is discovered and celebrated after his death.
Loved by musicians but often overlooked by listeners, Charles Ives never made popular music. Jazz arranger Jack Cooper gives him a new groove most can agree on.
The eccentric owner of Graceland Too devoted his life to Elvis. Can his unusual shrine be saved?
Elizabeth Black was a Pittsburgh portrait artist. Until World War II took her -- and her easel -- to the front lines.