Take Two for December 25, 2012

An Associated Press poll out today finds nearly 80 percent of Americans believe temperatures are rising and that global warming will be a serious problem for the United States if nothing is done to combat it.
Kids Race - 1

Talking to toddlers about race and tolerance

How do children develop their ideas about race? Research says babies notice skin color in their first year and parents should talk to kids about difference.
Alan Sepinwall

Alan Sepinwall's book highlights TV's current golden era

According to HitFix.com TV critic Alan Sepinwall, we're currently living in a golden era of television. His new book is called "The Revolution Was Televised: The Cops, Crooks, Slingers and Slayers Who Changed TV Drama Forever," describes how a dozen high-profile dramas from "The Wire" to "Breaking Bad" have redefined the way television is used to tell stories.
Babysitting George Best
In 2003 Celia Walden was a 25-year-old journalist in England and given one of her first assignments: To make sure one of her paper's star columnists didn't talk to any rival newspapers.
Twas The Night Before Hanukkah
The new two-CD collection compiles eclectic songs about the Festival of Lights and Christmas songs, written and sung by Jewish performers.
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