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Eric Asimov Live From Fisher Family Hall

Eric Asimov Live From Fisher Family Hall

New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov says there’s something wrong with how our culture approaches wine.  We have become subject to the “tyranny of the tasting notes,” think that we need to read books before we drink it and need classes on “wine appreciation.” This malarkey is based on our fear of making a […]

Bernie Krause Live From Fisher Family Hall

Bernie Krause Live From Fisher Family Hall

Naturalist, conservationist and musician Bernie Krause shared amazing rare sounds of the natural world that make up “The Great Animal Orchestra.” Krause explained that natural soundscapes form baseline of what we hear in wild places.  These sounds not only enable animals to communicate but are the origin of music itself.  Krause has recorded 4500 hours […]

Matti Friedman Live From Fisher Family Hall

Matti Friedman Live From Fisher Family Hall

AP correspondent Matti Friedman was looking to report on something other than “The Situation” when he went to Israel’s national museum in 2008 and saw a case exhibiting a thousand year old manuscript known as the Aleppo Codex a floor below the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Early Puberty in Girls: What’s the Story? Live from Fisher Family Hall

Early Puberty in Girls: What’s the Story? Live from Fisher Family Hall

With Elizabeth Weil, Louise Greenspan and Julianna Deardorff in conversation with Barbara Lane Today, many girls are developing breasts, pubic hair and acne, with the corresponding emotional ups and downs, at ten years old or even younger. Journalist Elizabeth Weil, pediatric endocrinologist Louise Greenspan and adolescent psychiatrist Julianna Deardorff explore the early puberty conundrum.