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Who was Hedy Lamarr, a genius inventor or just a siren for the big screen?

By Gregory Crofton Was Hedy Lamarr Hollywood’s first feminist, or just one of its first female filmmakers? Lamarr’s story is unbelievably multifaceted. She was a screen ingénue, but more importantly she was an inventor and a self-financed film producer and…

The Last Days of Phil Hartman

Growing up with comedian Phil Hartman in the 1960s Before he found comedy, Hartman enjoyed Southern Californian life in the 1960s. He was the class clown, surfed, picked up painting and lived a rock-and-roll lifestyle. Part 2 – Comedian Phil…

Sunday Profile: John Mellencamp

Jane Pauley profiles the rocker and fellow Hoosier who has just released his 23rd studio album, “Sad Clowns & Hillbillies.” John Mellencamp explains why he is driven to make music, and talks about his other passion: painting. (Source: CBS Sunday…

How Impossible Foods Created Meatless Burgers

On this episode of Cult Following, host Daniel Geneen takes a tour of the Impossible headquarters to learn about what goes into the making of the meatless Impossible Burger, and to learn more about the popularity of plant-based meat. (Source:…

ISIS Radicalized My Son

In June 2015, 19-year-old Rasheed Benyahia left for work at the engineering firm in London where he was undergoing an apprenticeship. He never came home. 10 weeks after his disappearance, his family would learn that he had traveled to Syria, where he would…

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