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By Nsikan Akpan
Neuroscientists unlock what happens to our brains and behavior when we hear a scream.
By PBS NewsHour
One man walked directly up to me and asked if I had any mushrooms to sell him. I thought, "Really? Do I look like that guy?" The Grateful Dead's Fare Thee Well concert in Chicago was a scene -- a…
By PBS NewsHour
At the funeral for Rev. Clementa Pinckney, a South Carolina state senator who was killed in the church shooting in Charleston, President Obama broke from his eulogy to sing ‘Amazing Grace,’ a song that exemplifies human vulnerability and redemption. Special…
Mickey Hart, a well-known drummer for the Grateful Dead, has collaborated with astrophysicists on music that reflects the origins of the universe, and with neuroscientists to figure out how music stimulates different parts of damaged brains. Special correspondent Mike Cerre…
By Anne Azzi Davenport
James Taylor sings his classic “Shower the People” for the Newshour at his recording studio in New York City. And he rehearsed his new song, “Angels of Fenway,” with his band, an ode to his beloved Boston Red Sox.
When I planned the lesson out the day before, I didn't intend it to end with everyone crying in the basement of a church. And yet there we were.
By Corinne Segal
Walk into any LGBTQ pride event during the month of June, and you’ll probably end up dancing to Diana Ross’ 1980 iconic release “I’m Coming Out.” But Ross herself did not intend it that way.
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