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Plastic, please: Food displays almost good enough to eat
04:35 — Across Japan, realistic-looking food displays are used by restaurants to demonstrate portion size and to lure customers. The fake food is becoming the (more…)
A juicy alternative for the health-conscious
03:35 — Plenty of Americans are on the juice these days. Juice bars are popping up all over, giving folks a new outlet to staying healthy. Nancy Giles gives u (more…)
Boiled peanuts: "Caviar of the South"
02:44 — South Carolinian Chris Bible is known as "The Peanut Dude." His boiled peanuts have made him a fixture in Charleston for the past nine years. Susan Sp (more…)
Historic L.A. cafeteria serves nostalgia
04:41 — It opened in 1935, billed back then as the world's largest cafeteria. Following decades of decay and declining business, Clifton's is getting more th (more…)
Marcus Samuelsson on diversity in professional kitchens
02:16 — In this web extra, the celebrity chef talks with Jane Pauley about how he was determined to open a restaurant that was "a little more democratic," and (more…)
Cloris Leachman: Vegetarian forever
05:07 — Even as the Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress kept us laughing on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," Cloris Leachman made sure she kept her five children fed (more…)
A cuppa joe one painter's favorite painting tool
02:45 — Graphic designer Gerard Tonti used to paint the old-fashioned way, until the day he became fascinated by his cup of green tea. Tonti talks with Anne W (more…)
In the kitchen with Marcus Samuelsson
03:01 — Web exclusive: Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson speaks with "Sunday Morning" correspondent Jane Pauley on his career, his Harlem restaurant, and how 9 (more…)
Fighting animal extinction with photography
07:45 — National Geographic photographer and "Sunday Morning" contributor Joel Sartore is working against the clock to document species before they disappear (more…)
Stray dogs become celebrities in Fort Worth
01:56 — Two brothers guilty about their sports hunting past are making amends in any way they can. One of them is creating a special train of canines that's b (more…)
Sarah Palin: I am a voice for those without
08:08 — The former Alaska Governor and GOP vice presidential candidate is not among the many Republicans running for President. But she says she's keeping her (more…)
Sylvester Stallone on a most "miraculous time"
01:06 — In 1976 a small film about an underdog boxer, "Rocky," became a worldwide sensation, winning three Academy Awards. In this web exclusive clip, Sylvest (more…)
Nature: Sunflowers in France
00:46 — We leave you this "Sunday Morning" in a field of sunflowers near the village of Lempaut in the south of France. Videographer: Joan Martelli.
Jennifer Hudson: "Everything is a lesson"
03:07 — In this web exclusive video, the actress-singer talks to Anthony Mason about winning a role in "Dreamgirls" and how her experiences on "American Idol" (more…)
World landmarks lit in solidarity with France
00:54 — In the wake of Friday night's terror attacks, the people of Paris - the City of Lights - were quick to rally to their nation with the colors of their (more…)
The City of Lights rebounds from its darkest night
02:00 — David Turecamo, Our Man In Paris, was in New York on the weekend ISIS attacked the French capital. With the city in deep mourning, Turecamo shares his (more…)
Almanac: Georgia O'Keeffe
02:19 — Nov. 15, 1887 was the birthday of artist Georgia O'Keeffe, who created famous works featuring flowers, animal skulls and the vibrant colors of New Mex (more…)
How survivors of Paris attacks reached out to social media
03:14 — The terror attacks in the French capital have underscored the increasingly important role of social media. Contessa Brewer reports on the use of Twitt (more…)
Sylvester Stallone on writing "Rocky"
02:28 — In this web exclusive clip, the actor who climbed to fame playing Rocky Balboa talks to Lee Cowan about his screenplay for the 1976 boxing film, and (more…)
Preview: Sarah Palin on Bernie Sanders
00:41 — The former Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential candidate offers correspondent Tracy Smith her observations about a candidate for presiden (more…)
High art: Photography from the heavens
06:52 — Vincent Laforet has taken aerial photography to new heights. His vantage point - a helicopter flying at several thousand feet - offers unique views of (more…)
Review: Journalists speak truth to power in "Spotlight"
04:13 — A new film, "Spotlight," examines how a team of Boston Globe reporters uncovered a sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church. Critic David Edelstein sa (more…)
Bernie Sanders on what Americans really want
02:04 — Web extra: The presidential candidate talks to Jim Axelrod about the issues that will rally American voters.
A stone carver's family tradition
06:35 — Nick Benson's handiwork can be seen across the country - his meticulous portfolio immortalized on headstones, war monuments and memorials. The stone c (more…)
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  • Premiered: January 28, 1979
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: An elegantly low-key Sunday-morning fixture on CBS since 1979, this Peabody and Emmy-winning magazine provides news and features on myriad subjects, with an emphasis on the arts. Each episode ends with nature footage---the relaxing sights and sounds of bir… (more)

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