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Meet the man who’s the Lady Gaga of math, and find out about a 50-cent microscope — made of paper.
Next up on your superfood menu is an Indian spice called turmeric. Plus, men find a whole new way to avoid holding ladies’ purses at the mall.
Liberal America: Prepare to be mocked. And, remembering the most surprising contestants on Jeopardy.
Single moms got a boost 30 years ago in the Schwarzenegger flick, The Terminator – OZY CEO Carlos Watson reflects on the 1984 film with NPR’s Arun Rath.
OZY CEO Carlos Watson talks to NPR about a new religious sect, and new fashion-forward sweatpants.
Two to chew on: The startup bug hits Seoul, and gangs — of a friendly sort of disposition — hit the Happiest Place on Earth, Disneyland.
OZY’s CEO, Carlos Watson, talks to NPR about how to meet your bathroom needs at Mardi Gras and the dream of a more sensory way of reading.
A hotter Cleveland has the Buckeye State booming — and freelancers & entrepreneurial aspirants alike have a new savior in cafés-cum-offices.
Think: snapchat for texting and IPOs for do-gooding benefit-corporations. From tech to money, there’s plenty new happening to our wallets and our wires.
What did NPR like best on OZY last week? A Tunisian wind turbine inventor, seductive TV detectives and the perils of hi-tech tipping.
Madison Ave. remembers women watch the Big Game, we remember Nipplegate, and you meet a funky new toilet.
Meet the king of the cash kings — hip-hop’s most surprising new face — and the next wave of people trying to tap into millennials.
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