We discuss the early history of horse racing in America and one African American jockey who made a lasting impact on the sport.
Janna Levin, an astronomy and physics professor at Columbia University, joins us to discuss the most intriguing aspects of black holes.
As people move past the pandemic, demographers wonder if certain migration trends will change. We discuss population trends and how they impact cities.
We talk about the current landscape and changes that need to be made to include communities who've been targeted during the War on Cannabis.
Cats get a lot of hate across the world for being un-trainable, moody, and, at times, hard to figure out. We cover why these furry felines are unique.
We speak with a clinical child psychologist at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Ellen Braaten, about the different types & presentations of ADHD.
We cover the growing crisis of wealth inequality in America and how individuals and families can get help through their community network.
We speak with environmental expert Theresa Crimmins about the causes of changing weather patterns and the effects on wildlife, plants, and entire industries.
Fashion activist and expert Maxine Bedat talks about recent changes in the fast fashion landscape and the new focus now on legislation.
Valerie Fridland explains why filler words are distracting if overused, but when added in moderation, they play a very specific purpose.
This week, we cover the push to change education legislation so more school curriculums incorporate a standalone financial literacy class.
We discuss the pros and cons of a four-day workweek and if this shift is feasible for America’s complex and varied workforce.