What you eat can affect memory, cognitive function and emotional health. See this slideshow and hear some research behind the dietary suggestions.
For the last six seasons of Downton Abbey, Alastair Bruce has served as the period drama’s historical advisor. From reminding actors to sit up straight to insisting upon which door servants may use to enter the dining room, Bruce has ensured that the show is as true to history as possible. Just before his presentation ...Continue Reading
Twenty years ago this week, Kansas City Public Television aired the first ever episode of “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations.” The show ran for 12 seasons and followed television weasels Randy Mason, Don “the Camera Guy” Mayberger, and Michael Murphy, as they traipsed across the country looking for outsider art and odd attractions. Of course, ...Continue Reading
Before terrorists murdered 130 people in Paris, the biggest news story here and across America was strife on a university campus in Missouri with protesters at the University of Missouri forcing the resignation of the system president and its chancellor. Now that the news focus has shifted to Paris, is the story over? We track how ...Continue Reading
Bring out your era-inspired rags for a “Downton Club: Roaring 20s” cocktail event beginning at 6pm on Dec. 10, as KCPT and the National World War I Museum and Memorial host this not-so-secret speakeasy and special screening of the Season 6 premiere of Downton Abbey. The cocktail party will offer refreshments, music, and fine-frocked fun leading to the 7:30pm screening in ...Continue Reading
PBS NewsHour takes an in-depth look at the situation in Paris, including reports and reactions on the ground. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York. Read more: Everything we know about the multiple attacks in Paris More from PBS: