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Wednesday, February 06, 2008

In the 1960s, the Republican party won over a key demographic: white male voters. We find out whether the Democrats have begun to win back some of that demographic. Also, on States of the Union: yesterday’s Super Tuesday results in Georgia. Then, how science can lead to exciting culinary advances. Also: plans to redesign Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza!

Neglected Voters: White Men

In the 1960s, the Republican party won a key demographic: white male voters. Now David Paul Kuhn of The Politico says that the Democratic party is luring many of those voters back. His new book is The Neglected Voter: White Men and the Democratic Dilemma.

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States of the Union: Georgia

Almost 42,000 Georgians signed up to vote in this year’s Super Tuesday primary. We find out what the results of yesterday’s vote could mean to the candidates in the coming weeks. Also: a look at the most pressing issues in the Peach State, including the ongoing drought and the possibility ...


Experimental Cuisine Collective

New York’s Experimental Cuisine Collective is dedicated to the idea that science creates exciting new advances in food and cooking. Collective founders include Kent Kirschenbaum and Anne McBride of the chemistry and food departments at NYU; and Will Goldfarb, chef-owner of Room 4 Dessert.

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Reinventing Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza

Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza is the main entrance to Prospect Park, and it’s been called New York City's answer to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. However, the space as it is used today is difficult to walk around, drive around, and is generally not very user-friendly.

The Design Trust ...

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