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TEEN ISSUES VIDEO

Working it out at Madison is an award-winning teen guidance series that provides real life solutions to personal and social conflicts. Lively, entertaining and thought provoking, Working it out at Madison handles controversial topics such as alcohol and drug abuse, dropping out of school, domestic violence and relationship violence with sensitivity and directness […] Read more

THE BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE PROGRAM

The Ballistic Missile Defense Program, regarded by some U.S. agencies as the benchmark of effective technology transfer, has initiated spin-offs of 23 new businesses, produced 115 patents and 125 joint venture and licensing agreements, and claims a direct link to more than 114 new products or systems on the market. The former Strategic Defense Initiative […] Read more

THE COLUMBUS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

When most people think of the majors, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a favorite baseball team. But Columbus, Ohio is home to a different kind of major team … The Columbus Symphony Orchestra. The CSO attained major symphony orchestra status in 1988, from the American Symphony Orchestra League, the top category […] Read more

THE COMPUTER AS WEAPON

In the American Civil War, it was the rifle. In the 1944 Allied invasion of Europe, the tank. In the Cold War, the I.C.B.M. When military historians look back on the 21st century U.S. Army, they’ll probably agree that the weapon that made the most difference, was the computer. Instead of outnumbering the enemy with […] Read more

THE HUMANE SOCIETY

The Humane Society of the United States does not categorically oppose all uses of animals in current research as we work with others toward the day when animals will no longer be necessary as laboratory subjects. But we are dedicated to the alleviation of suffering, for animals and humans alike. We believe that our mission […] Read more

THE SEAGRAM MUSEUM

The Seagram Museum, located on the site of the original Joseph E. Seagram distillery, incorporates industrial and architectural heritage dating back to the late 1800s. The combination of an original barrel warehouse and a new main exhibition building, results in a 40,000 square foot museum structure that won a 1986 Governor General’s medal for architecture […] Read more

THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY

For 400 years, tobacco has been a pillar of American enterprise. But now it faces the most sustained assault since the Surgeon General in 1964 first declared smoking a health hazard. The danger attributed to cigarettes moved to a menacing new plane recently when the Environmental Protection Agency declared second-hand smoke responsible for as many […] Read more

THE WHITE HOUSE

If you thought you could get invited to the White House, say, for a state dinner, would you give it a try? After all, you’re paying your share for the spreads they put on there, so you’ve got a right to be halfway curious about what they’re like. And in case you’ve got a friend […] Read more

THIS OLD HOUSE

Your kitchen sink may be the only thing in the room that works harder than you do. A good-quality sink can last 15 years, but even so it’s likely to need replacing before you need a total kitchen overhaul. This month’s Homeowner’s Video includes step-by-step instructions for replacing a kitchen sink. It’s your weekend project […] Read more

TIS THE SEASON TO BE SMURFY

Ah, Smurfs. Little. Blue. Different. Plus, you have to like any language in which the word smurfy can be substituted to mean pretty much anything. In Hanna-Barbera’s 1987 holiday treat, Papa, Brainy and the gang set out to foil a yuletide thief –who looks and sounds a lot like Gargamel […] Read more