I'm still trying to figure this out. The NFL has been ravaged this season by injuries to some of its biggest stars. But my guest says in some ways we should have seen this coming. Sports Illustrated Senior Writer Greg Bishop explains its all a matter of physics.
Hitmakers Also this one.... Why do we like what we like? And what's the difference between that song you can't get out of your head, and the one that fades into the background never to be played again? A new book explores the power of the Hitmakers and we've got the author on Culture Clash.
Why do so many of us want to be famous when so many famous people are miserable...or even dead? A psychologist who explores the minds of celebrities joins Derek McGinty to explain the lure and the burdens of fame.
America's Civil Religion Yale Professor Phil Gorski says we are not so divided as you might think. He argues there's more keeping us together than driving us apart...its something called our 'Civil Religion'
The NFL is still America's passion, but according to one sportswriter, the game's future is cloudy and its not just because of the concussion issue. Spencer Hall explains the surprising ways football must change if it wants to survive.
Comics Go Mainstream Washington Post comic book and movie writer David Beatencourt and I geek out over Wonder Woman, The Justice League and how come comics aren't just for guys who live in their Mom's basement anymore?