We speak with Edward Dolnick, author of The Writing of the Gods: The Race to Decode the Rosetta Stone, about the monumental impact of this discovery.
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We discuss why “Killers of the Flower Moon” is a definite must-watch this year.
We discuss why vinyl is making a comeback and will never really, in our opinion, go out of style.
We cover writer & director Mike Flanagan’s newest drop on Netflix, “The Fall of the House of Usher’.
We speak with two guests about why Halloween has become such a popular global event and why many of us get a kick out of feeling temporarily scared.
We cover some of our favorite scary movies from big blockbusters to lesser-known indie films.
We talk about what’s wrong with reality TV in 2023 and why we’re fed up with these stale narratives.
We rewind back in time and talk about the power of nostalgia when it comes to the music, movies and shows we prefer.
We look at how candy prices have significantly jumped over the last few years.
Deborah Kasdan recounts her sister Rachel's journey with schizophrenia, reflecting on its profound impact on family and the indelible mark of mental illness.
We highlight how it’s all too easy for prominent directors to fall into a rabbit hole of producing a series of not-that-good movies after their first is a blockbuster hit.
Swift is continuing the mania (and profits) with the upcoming release of the movie simply titled: “The Era’s Tour”.
We discuss how comedy isn’t going anywhere– it’s just adapting to the changing times.
From Black Mirror to The Twilight Zone, we explore why the sci-fi genre has always been a hit amongst American audiences.
Experts discuss how conspiracy theories arise, why they’re so pervasive online, and why artificial intelligence may make these narratives more difficult to detect.
We explore the many firsts throughout history and how key archaeologic evidence plays a role in accurately telling these narratives.
We speak with two active voices in the industry about what’s driving this strike and why these asks are so important to current and future professionals in this landscape.
We speak with astronomer Jacob Bean about how this telescope will lead to greater discoveries – including the hunt extraterrestrial life.
This week – we talk about the abundance (and overuse) of computer-generated images in recent blockbuster film releases. We also highlight a couple new summer drops that we’re looking forward to.
Jay Leno. David Letterman. Jimmy Fallon. Stephen Colbert. We highlight the rise and fall of late-night TV.
We speak with two experts within the field about how artificial intelligence is forcing them to rethink the future of music artistry and production.
We highlight the many niche aspects of fine dining and how we can all takeaway some learning points to infuse it into our own cooking at home.