Mari and Christopher discuss "play" and how this free-spirited activity, which is essential to children's mental, physical, and social development can–and should–fit into adults' lives.
Mari and Christopher discuss the artists behind the movies we love and explore if it takes a good person to make a good movie, and if it’s possible for an amoral person to make a “good” movie.
Mari and Christopher talk about political correctness and ask if all the controversy and advocacy surrounding it have instilled any positive and sustainable changes in our society.
Mari and Christopher talk about how we deal with stress, and that even though we learn from the earliest age how to calm ourselves, most adults are unequipped to deal with distress.
In the wake of the Parkland shooting, Mari and Christopher discuss ways schools can better help kids with behavior problems. They also share articles about the uncertain evolution of what it means to be a man in America and the politics in Marvel’s superhero movies.
This week, Mari and Christopher share articles about how parents can raise a happy child and if it’s possible to feed a population of 10 billion people on Earth. They then discuss whether or not any of today’s TV shows have what it takes to be remembered long after their last episode airs.
This week, Mari and Christopher share articles about the blistering pace of college education and the myths surrounding preventative health care. They then discuss the topic of gentrification and who can (and should) be taking steps to address it.
This week, Mari and Christopher share articles about racial identity and the role of empathy and discuss the implications of everyone’s insatiable appetite for content creation and consumption.