A New Home For The 'Poet Of Skid Row'
The writings and art of Charles Bukowski, who has been called the "Poet of Skid Row," have found a permanent home. The Huntington Library in Southern California is taking in Bukowski's manuscripts, letters and paintings. There's also a move to make his former home, complete with unemptied ashtrays, a museum. From member station KPCC, Steven Cuevas reports.