Can your ‘brain fingerprint’ reveal how smart you are? A new study from Yale University has pinpointed a way to identify human uniqueness. By using scans of brain connectivity, the researchers have isolated “brain fingerprints” that can distinguish you from another person with 99 percent accuracy. Moreover, the team has used this research to create a Harry ...Continue Reading
Former Kansas City, Mo. mayor Kay Barnes joined Mike Shanin for a conversation about the rebirth of downtown, which largely began during her administration. On this week’s edition of Ruckus, the talk turns to the future of the Country Club Plaza, the struggles of Kansas Democrats and the GOP candidates vying for the presidency. Join moderator Mike Shanin ...Continue Reading
When filmmaker Ken Dornstein was 19 years old, his older brother David was one of 189 Americans killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. In Episode 2 of this three-part series from FRONTLINE, Dornstein continues on his quest for answers — diving deep into the case files, assembling a list ...Continue Reading
This month a group of local veterans and military family members will take center stage at the National WWI Museum for “Telling: Kansas City.” The series of six live performances beginning October 15, 2015 are part of The Telling Project. With fewer people serving in the military, The Telling Project works across the country to deepen ...Continue Reading
Scenic Designer Alain Vaes is keeping shops across the country busy creating the colorful world in which “The Nutcracker’s” drama unfolds. Find out what it takes to turn a fantasy land from a classic story into a larger than life reality.
Does packing school lunch stress you out? PBS Parents has some simple strategies that range from planning in advance to cutting yourself some (much needed) slack.