Episode 23: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada talk about how to reduce the conflict and celebrate the traditions of these three holidays.
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Commentary: People who have a regular third place expand their circle of friends, laugh more often, are more engaged in their community, are happier and live longer.
A falsehood-fed fire is engulfing American democracy, where more than half of Trump voters -- and 4 out of 10 Biden voters -- support secession from the union.
Pharrell Williams has reeled in a boatload of awards as a recording artist and producer. But the Virginia Beach native’s greatest hit may have been the 2019 Something in the Water music festival on that city’s waterfront.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by University of Baltimore law professor Kimberly Wehle to discuss the various ways in which American democracy is under serious strain, as well as actions we can take to turn things around.
It is fall and the weather is starting to seem like it. Two of my favorite things about fall are pumpkins and apples, which can both be grown in your own backyard. They are both so delicious and can be used in all kinds of baked goods as well as give us great fall scents.
The first light frosts are still a few weeks away in Nebraska. However, planning for these events should be considered by beef producers grazing plants in the sorghum family. In addition to sorghum, plants such as sudangrass, and milo or grain sorghum fall under this same level of risk as co…
Fall weather has been slow in arriving this year, but it looks like we may be in for some seasonal temperatures this next week.
Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss what’s getting in the way of building more affordable housing and whether anything can be done to change the minds of anti-vaxxers.
Opinion: The biggest problem, according to Gunnar Baldwin, is that we are stuck with a system that is sucking up our clean water reserves.
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