A new study finds that societies use the same acoustic features for the same types of songs, suggesting universal cognitive mechanisms underpinning world music.
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Anxiety can be a force for good, writes Tibetan Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön.
Shakespeare never visited America, yet the map of the U.S. is dotted with references to his work.
Nothing fans the flames of nationalism like the sense of historical wrongs as yet "unrighted."
Once you cross the event horizon, you’ll never go back. “They say ‘A flat ocean is an ocean of trouble. And an ocean of waves… can also be trouble.’ So, it’s […]
The Mind/Body Split in American Acting (and culture) On the whole, and with a few notable exceptions, Hollywood expects its great actors to play themselves in every role. We want […]
To little notice, an advisory commission charged with figuring out a permanent solution for America’s nuclear waste has issued a new approach for siting a waste repository that just […]
The White House message machine went into over drive this weekend as President Obama in public remarks emphasized the need for national unity and tolerance of others, especially for Americans […]
Do the similarities between the Black Panthers of the '60s and today's TEA Party run deeper than guns, anger and demand for limited government?