FROM THE ARCHIVES: An ode to scarecrows (Video)In this poem which was originally broadcast on “Sunday Morning” October 28, 1984, Charles Osgood pays homage to the scarecrow, in all its festive incarnations, as found at the Nut Tree Harvest Festival in Vacaville, Calif.
For more info: The Cubs, who have not played in a World Series since 1945, and have not won a World Series in 108 years, are now battling the Cleveland Indians for the title of Champions of the World.
Or, in the case of David Moore and his daughter, Jami, 154 of them.
But their impressive collection -- the product of a father and daughter’s loving tradition -- isn’t as massive as the Jewish Museum’s in New York City.
For more info: | Watch Video The singer-songwriter is out with a new album, “Stranger to Stranger,” which debuted at #1 on the Billboard chart. nationals born in the American territory in the South Pacific are only confirmed some rights. If your cable box or Tivo is set to record “CBS News Sunday Morning” you should be good to go!
Lee Cowan stops by Paul Simon’s home and studio to try and find the secret to his success. For more info: | Watch Video The veteran CBS newsman and former host of “Face the Nation” shares his thoughts about this year’s election. ELECTION: The history of voting (Video)Jane Pauley explores the history of ballots and voting machines at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D. HEADLINES: Powerful quake strikes central Italy (Video)Another powerful earthquake struck central Italy Sunday morning.
To mark the hobby’s 50th anniversary, the works of amateur, number-aided artists were honored with an exhibition - the most comprehensive ever - at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
Bill Geist meets the inventor of paint-by-numbers, Dan Robbins, and curator William “Larry” Bird, as well as aficionado Trey Speegle, who shows off his personal collection of hundreds of paint-by-numbers canvases. | Watch Video Sometimes the old ways still work best, and Everard Hall may be the best testament to that.
For weeks now, the 35-year-old singer has been putting in grueling 12-hour days to get ready.“Sunday Morning” contributor Bill Flanagan reflects on his career and his haunting music.ELECTION 2016: Nancy Giles: Time to get to work Nearly 100 million people did not bother to vote, making that “more perfect union” a more distant prospect.From late-night TV to satire and political cartoons, Lee Cowan takes note of what’s made this difficult year a laughing matter.For more info: | Watch Video Barry Petersen looks at Americans’ changing attitudes towards marijuana and the implications of California’s Proposition 64, which would legalize the drug in the country’s largest state.