Musician Jenny Lewis on "Sipping the Kool-Aid" of...
Jenny Lewis, the musician best-known for fronting Rilo Kiley and singing in the Postal Service, has a packed schedule at the Governors Ball Music Festival in New York City, but she never gives off the impression that she's in a rush.
IBC Keynote: Professor Brian Cox
IBC has announced that Professor Brian Cox, world-renowned physicist and multiple award-winning broadcaster, is to speak at IBC2014.
Does 'Cosmos' declare or does God declare the heavens
There is a resurgence of the 1980 TV series " Cosmos " that was made popular by the late Carl Sagan.
This week in science: dust in the cosmic wind
There's a lot of propaganda passed off as science, endless parades of pseudoscience, and just plain bad science on TV.
Brian Cox to step into will.i.am's shoes with IBC keynote
It's witnessed will.i.am pay his digital dues, but now the IBC Conference is to welcome physics professor, TV host and pop star, Brian Cox Recognised for his hit TV series discovering and explaining the wonders of life and the universe, the multiple award-winning broadcaster is to take part in the IBC Conference keynote session Television's ... (more)
"Cosmos" Just Got Nominated for 12 Emmys
It was a truly groundbreaking moment in television. Educationally driven science content was once anathema on primetime television, but earlier this year, Seth Macfarlane, Neil deGrasse Tyson and company set out to prove that wrong with Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey , a remake of the classic Carl Sagan-hosted show from 1980.
The Washington Post
Why Carl Sagan refused to call himself an atheist
Every so often I get an email out of the blue about two sentences in a story published in The Post in 1996.
Phoenix New Times
How 'Cosmos,' Carl Sagan and Space Influenced Yellow Ostrich
In the video for Yellow Ostrich's "Mary," a young girl dashes through woods, then trips and falls in slow motion.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
If you look at popular culture from Frankenstein on, we've inherited an image of the scientist as cold, dispassionate, unable to invest in human affairs.