A lot of people learn to play an instrument for a while as a kid, some because their parents make them. But eventually they move on to other things – like art or sports – or they just get bored with it. But Erin Golackson tells us why music has always stuck with her—and helped her in the times when life just doesn’t make sense.
Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have both invoked “intersectionality” to appeal to young voters. The fancy title describes how forms of inequality and discrimination overlap. Reporter Henriette Chacar went to find out why it’s become such a buzzword in activist circles.
When you have a unique experience, you often want to find others who’ve shared it. And that’s even the case for people who’ve been on “Jeopardy!”. Twenty-six million Americans watch the show, but only a few hundred people are on it every year. And they’re starting to come together. Suzie Xie has more on this growing community.
Fitness fads come in and out of style – remember tae bo and jazzercise? Well, one of the latest workout trends is immersive technology. It may sound cool, but do these new technologies actually help us work out better? Gilda Di Carli went to a new exercise studio where riders cycle in front of an IMAX screen to find out.