The cacao plant is known as the “gift of the gods” and it seems like people across the world agree.
In this episode, we discuss the ingenious way in which a pair of brothers created a restaurant rating system to drive (pun intended) sales for their tire company.
Birds are getting smaller, using an oral contraceptive might shrink your hypothalamus, the Trump administration wants to put tariffs on French cheese and champagne. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.
Russian engineers have developed impact-proof concrete, Apple wants to help California’s housing and affordability crisis, climate change is affecting centuries old French wineries. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.
We return to exploring the history of food items that we may currently take for granted. In this episode, learn how the potato made its way from a misunderstood New World plant to becoming a vital European foodstuff.
More Americans are living alone than ever before, large companies continue to hold on to cash, business schools are shutting down MBA programs, an increase in apprehensions at the southern border, and more.
We are proud to present to you the debut episode of our new series, Origins. This short documentary series will delve into the history of a different topic in each episode. This first installment takes a look at the origins of soccer/football just in… Continue Reading “Origins: Soccer”
It is 1944 and the Allies are preparing for the invasion of Europe. In the occupied town of Sainte-Cecile, the French Resistance is preparing to blow up the chateau that now houses the crucial telephone exchange connecting the French telephone system to that of… Continue Reading “Book Review: Jackdaws”
Apparently my show has been preempted today… It sucks because I had a lot of articles ready to discuss that I took some time finding. So, in an effort to ensure it isn’t a complete and total waste, I’ll post the articles below. This… Continue Reading “In Lieu of the Preemption of the Radio show…”