Kelsey comes to Radiolab and the northeast from that loud and beautiful state that used to be a country, Texas. Yes, her family does own horses, and no, she hadn't seen snow before last winter. She's worked wrangling undergrad DJs in college radio, grocery carts at a co-op, horses on a tourism ranch, and hosts at a classical station. Now living in Brooklyn, she's extremely excited to be working her dream job with the Radiolab family, and spends a lot of her free time looking for good trees to climb.
In the 1990s, a button-pushing New York artist took on a subject that cut him to the quick: HIV and AIDS.
Barton Benes had lost a lot of friends, including his boyfriend, and was himself HIV-positive when an everyday kitchen accident took on a surreal bent -- one that got ...
Ever wonder why humans cry? A professor of behavioral neurology answers some questions, and helps give us a better understanding of how a feeling in our guts can come out as water in our eyes.