February 20, 2013 Before films hit theaters, they are heralded by trailers that can either drive people to the box office or keep them away. Stephen Garrett, owner of the trailer production company Jump Cut Creative, talks about what it takes to lure audiences without spoiling a film.
February 18, 2013 More than 200,000 bikes were reported stolen in 2010, according to FBI statistics. By some estimates, more than 1 million bike thefts go unreported annually. When thieves stole writer Patrick Symmes' bike in 2006, he set out on a vigilante crusade in "the dangerous underworld of vanished bicycles."
February 18, 2013 Dan Buettner visited some of the happiest populations on Earth to figure out what makes them tick. After five years of study, he argues the real keys to happiness lie not in wealth or beauty, but in fundamental changes to the way we live. Buettner lays out his findings in his book Thrive.
February 18, 2013 It was one of the most revolutionary tools of biomedical research: the immortal HeLa cell line. But few people know the cells belonged to a poor Southern tobacco farmer named Henrietta Lacks. Rebecca Skloot spent years researching Lacks and tells her story in The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks.