NYC Ballet Cancels Remainder of 'Nutcracker' Performances
The ballet says the cancelation is due to additional positive test results among people involved in the production.
Chinese American museum hopes tense relations do not fuel hate crimes
A Washington, D.C., museum attempts to reduce tensions as hate crimes against Chinese Americans are reportedly on the rise.
The arts are revitalizing neighborhoods across the country
Cities across the country are using the power of art to revitalize neighborhoods.
What is 'main character energy' and how do you know if you have it?
Are you the protagonist of your own life, or a supporting character in someone else's?
What living with long COVID is really like
Scripps News talked to a dozen people with long-term COVID symptoms about their current experience and their hope for the future.
Inside the stadium: Taylor Swift kicks off 'Eras' tour
The first weekend of shows in Taylor Swift's "Eras" tour is in the books, and fans and reviewers alike were not disappointed.
Navajo Nation fights for water access in front of Supreme Court
Navajo Nation was left out of Colorado River allocations as western states fight over its resources. Now they're fighting for reassignments.