Pulitzer-Prize winning science reporter Matt Richtel joins Think host Krys Boyd to talk about creativity and what awakens it, the conditions where it thrives and what happens when it’s blocked.
Creating a Herstory of the Pandemic
Lori Ann Terjesen spearheaded a call for women to submit their journals and other physical and digital items to the National Women’s History Museum.
Françoise Gilot Was More Than Picasso’s Muse
The artist famously inspired the Cubist, but a new book shows that her own paintings deserve renown.
Train Your Kids to be More Creative
Creative children are often better problem solvers and more resilient. Here’s how to develop those skills.
Lila Struggled to Write, Then a Teacher Discovered Why and Unlocked Her Creativity
This story is part of NPR’s “My Unsung Hero” series from the Hidden Brain team about people whose kindness left a lasting impression on someone else.
Podcast: My Daughter’s Nude Selfie Got Out. What Do We Do Now?
A parent writes in asking how to pick up the pieces after her daughter shared a nude selfie with a boyfriend who then sent it to other boys at school.
Revisiting a Groundbreaking Show of Feminist Art
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum looks back at a 1971 exhibition devoted to women and puts their work in conversation with emerging feminist artists.
How Music Primes the Brain for Learning
To reap the benefits of music on learning, kids need consistent and abundant musical practice, according to the latest cognitive research.
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To Design This ‘Rainbow House,’ Mom Let the Kid Call the Shots
English teacher Marita White has decorated her Bothell home into a “rainbow house.” Each room in her home seems to have a different personality, color scheme, and aesthetic. Read about White, her daughter Farah, and how they let creativity explode in their living space.