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The Abolitionists  January 8, 2013

Why did some Americans risk their lives working to end slavery when so many others didn’t?

How 1965 Transformed America  January 8, 2013
The Eve of Destruction

When did the American Dream begin to sour into social discord and political tumult?

Re-Defining the Opera Experience in Fort Worth  January 7, 2013
James Bobick in Dog Days by composer David T. Little and librettist Royce Vavrek.  Photo courtesy: Peak Performances at Montclair State University

How are performing arts organizations appealing to new and changing audiences and what’s in store at the Fort Worth Opera?

Is Your Food Fooling You?  January 7, 2013
Your Food Is Fooling You

What does junk food do to our bodies and our brains?

Bob Balaban’s Creature From the Seventh Grade  January 3, 2013

What makes a character work on the page or on the screen and just how important are those traumatic pre-teen years to a writer and actor’s later creativity?

Family, France, and the Meaning of Food  January 2, 2013

There’s no doubt that food has a nutritious value, but what do our food choices say about us and what does food represent in our lives?

Exercise Better, Train Smarter, and Live Longer  January 1, 2013

How can you maximize the positive effects that exercise and diet can have on your health?

The Scientific Drive  December 31, 2012

What motivates researchers and scientists in their never-ending quest for knowledge?

The Struggle for Peace  December 27, 2012

How powerful can people united for peace really be?

A Conversation with Judy Blume  December 26, 2012

What makes a children’s book a classic and how is literature for young people changing today?

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