WXXI holds a special luncheon with keynote speaker Diane Rehm to a sold-out crowd.
Join WXXI for a film that explores the childhood obesity epidemic, followed by a panel discussion.
WXXI kicks off a new season of Community Cinema with a film that travels 10 countries on a journey to tell the stories of inspiring, courageous individuals.
This is the story of Republic of Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed, who helped rescue his country from decades of despotism.
The Little Theatre presents a smashing BritFest afternoon consisting of a high tea and the screening of "Toast".
"If there ever was a lady with a capital "L" who has earned her recognition in jazz, it is Marian McPartland."
We're firing up the grill and celebrating the Jazz Festival with food, free movies, and free music by the Djangoners!
See them from their 2006 performance at Kilbourn Hall.
Enjoy a collection of Frank Zappa's rock-oriented compositions from 1960s to 1980s in this film.
From Bessie Smith to Janis Joplin, this performance documentary traces the indelible mark that amazing women musicians have made on America’s soundtrack.