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Wines for Wooing
Andrew Hodson (Piedmont Community College)
A wine expert recommends inexpensive wines—and chocolate pairings—for your sweetheart.
Life is Like a Box of Dark Matter
Joshua Erlich (William and Mary)
Theoretical physicist Joshua Erlich spends his days pondering dark matter. Along with the universe, the other dark matter he explores is the science of making chocolate
David Pippin (J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College)
A floral designer offers a piece of advice that might seem blasphemous: this Valentine’s Day, skip the roses and go with something nontraditional. He also shares tips for creating and keeping long-lasting bouquets in your home.
Love, Drugs, & Cinema
Jessica Salvatore (Virginia Commonwealth University)
A psychologist examines the relationship between romance and addiction, and how popular culture portrays this relationship in the media.
The Dating Apocalypse
Peter Eckel (With Good Reason
How have dating apps changed the world of relationships? Production intern Peter Eckel investigates.
Divorce & Alcoholism
Kenneth Kendler (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Psychiatrist Kenneth Kendler discusses what to look for when a genetic predisposition to alcohol abuse is kick-started with a divorce.
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