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Guerrilla theater meets spontaneous drag show in Havana's Calle Reina.with PRI's The World
Guerrilla theater meets spontaneous drag show in Havana's Calle Reina.
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It takes a lot of confidence to write a cookbook covering all aspects of Chinese cuisine. But that's exactly what Kei Lum Chan and his wife have done.with PRI's The World
It takes a lot of confidence to write a cookbook covering all aspects of Chinese cuisine. But that's exactly what Kei Lum Chan and his wife have done.
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Now can be a time to build trust and camaraderie with your co-workers.with Marketplace
Now can be a time to build trust and camaraderie with your co-workers.
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A beautifully carved turkey is the perfect centerpiece for any Thanksgiving dinner table or special meal. Learn how to stuff and carve your bird like a pro!
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Wondering how to add some fun and elegant touches to the holidays? In this lesson on holiday decor, learn how to use your napkins to decorate the table!
3 minCooking lesson2 CQ
Looking for a quick way to spruce up drinks for a special occasion? In this lesson perfect for the holidays, learn to make pomegranate-infused ice cubes.
5 minEntertaining lesson3 CQ
Decorating for Thanksgiving can help your guests get into a festive mood before even sitting down to dinner. Discover tips for crafting a holiday centerpiece!
3 minCooking lesson2 CQ
In this lesson, learn how to make a tasty breakfast casserole that is perfect for entertaining brunch guests or keeping your family full all morning long.
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62 minFREEParenting courseFree20 CQ
Explore ways to foster academic success, limit unnecessary stress, and prepare kids for adulthood in this Curious Conversation with educator Denise Pope.
762 min7-part Leadership course36 CQ
If there was a way to make more friends, connections, and money, wouldn't you want to know about it? Find out more in this course on how to be influential and improve the way you interact with people.
1096 min10-part Dating course52 CQ
In this course, relationship expert Selina Almodovar will help you go over a complete breakup breakdown: exploring why it happened, what it means for you, and what you can learn from it.
1057 min10-part Infant Care course33 CQ
Learn practical and economical tips for raising your little one in an eco-friendly home. Jen Boulden provides tested tips on cloth diapering, DIY baby food, and more -- for a healthy bundle of joy!
530 min5-part Dogs course19 CQ
Dogs need training—it’s a part of life. Transform your pain-in-the-neck pup into an obedient old soul with a few dog training tips from Treat Pouch, while focusing on how your particular dog learns.
10112 min10-part Conflict Resolution course61 CQ
Challenging emotional issues are part of life, but psychologist Jain Wells shares coping skills that enable personal growth, from accepting personal responsibility to practicing meditation.
846 min8-part Communication course27 CQ
Do you want to improve the way you communicate and resolve conflict? Discover the seven most important ways you can de-escalate arguments, talk through issues with civility, and avoid heated fights.
842 min8-part Communication course26 CQ
Learn how to be a better communicator and build rapport with others in this course with psychologist Clare Mann. Review tips for improving your listening skills and learn how to be more assertive.
18 minFREECommunication lessonFree10 CQ
William Ury, author of "Getting to Yes," offers an elegant, simple (but not easy) way to create agreement in even the most difficult situations -- from family conflict to, perhaps, the Middle East.
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Most people instinctively avoid conflict, but as Margaret Heffernan shows us, good disagreement is central to progress. She illustrates (sometimes counterintuitively) how the best partners aren’t echo chambers -- and how great research teams, relationships and businesses allow people to deeply disagree.with Margaret Heffernan
Most people instinctively avoid conflict, but as Margaret Heffernan shows us, good disagreement is central to progress. She illustrates (sometimes counterintuitively) how the best partners aren’t echo chambers -- and how great research teams, relationships and businesses allow people to deeply disagree.