60-Second Science :: Ancient Women Had Awesome Arms
Thanks to science, we now know that prehistoric agricultural labor is the way for women to build upper body strength.
Twenty Thousand Hertz :: The Bleeps, The Sweeps, and The Creeps
Did you ever think that the noises from your phone, computer, car, etc were actually designed by someone with specific ideas in mind.
Slow Burn :: A Very Successful Cover-up
This series on Watergate continues with the history of just how uninterested people were in the scandal during the 1972 Presidential Campaign
Science Talk :: The Skinny on Fat
The science behind fat, it’s importance to the body, and the mythology of fad diets.
Life of the Law :: Traditions
Stories from prisoners about their memories of Christmases past and the new holiday traditions they create while incarcerated.
Code Switch :: With Dope, There’s High Hope
The history of the demonization of marijuana by linking it to African Americans and immigrants, the inordinate arrest rate of African Americans on marijuana charges, and how people of color are being left out of the legalized canabis market.
The Truth :: Mall Santa
This story of a disenchanted mall Santa who finds hope in a young, drunken Santa-Con participant really touched me in the feels.