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
Feast Magazine‘s Feast TV visits a local ranch where heritage breed hogs are humanely raised and slaughtered, and the resulting bacon, sausage, meatballs and charcuterie are raising the bar across the state. Then, it’s off to Mizzou for tailgating secrets from one of St. Louis’ favorite chefs, John Perkins of Juniper. Next up, it’s a tour ...Continue Reading
You and the kids can easily make kettle corn at home with just oil, popcorn, sugar and salt. It's sure to be an autumn snacking hit.
Phil’s Parisian falafel VIDEO
When you think of Paris… you think falafel?! Phil’s Yelp search turns up L’as Du Fallafel, one of Paris’s most popular food destinations, where he is put to work preparing falafel for the lunchtime crowd. Indulge in the finest sweets — and savories — Paris has to offer as Phil explores the City of Lights ...Continue Reading
A 3,700-year-old inscribed clay tablet reveals a surprising new version of the Biblical flood story, complete with how-to instructions for assembling an ark. Following the directions, expert boat builders assemble and launch a massive reed boat. Witness a new investigation of the Biblical flood story on NOVA: Secrets of Noah’s Ark.
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