Neuroscience and Morality; Ann Patchett; "Sidewalk Stories"

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Nicole Alysia and Charles Lane in Charles Lane's "Sidewalk Stories" (1989).

Neuroscientist Joshua Green explains how our brains evolved after tribal life to deal with the conditions of our modern societies. Novelist Ann Patchett explores the commitments she’s made in her life in her new memoir, This is the Story of a Happy Marriage. Charles Lane on “Sidewalk Stories,” his black and white silent comedy that he filmed on the streets of Manhattan in the 1980s. And we’ll find out whether the American military knew about the trove of Nazi-stolen art that’s been in the headlines since the 1950s, decades before German authorities found it.