Anne L. Poulet, former director of the Frick, describes how 18th century sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon’s studied anatomy and caused quite a scandal with a life-size, nude statue of Diana the Huntress.

Oaksterdam University’s Dale Sky Jones explains how medical marijuana is just a “softer prohibition” that has Big Pharma licking it’s chops.

Antonio Damasio, noted researcher and professor of neuroscience at USC, explains how emotions are integral to decision-making.  He discusses his experiences working with people with brain damage who are unable to decide things as simple as where to go to dinner.

Photographer David Liittschweger takes his One Cubic Foot project to the coral reefs of Mo’orea and explores the biodiversity passing through little more than a bucket of water.

Photographer David Liittschweger takes his One Cubic Foot project to the coral reefs of Mo’orea and explores the biodiversity passing through little more than a bucket of water.

California’s Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom emphasizes how a well-regulated and taxed marijuana industry will keep the drug safer and says the tipping point for California is coming in 2016.

Drug Policy Alliance director Ethan Nadelmann weighs the costs of the war on drugs in regard to marijuana criminalization. 

Marcus Wainwright, co-founder of rag & bone, says the new luxury can be as simple as a proper-fitting pair of jeans and a t-shirt.

Senator Ben Cardin questions if Congress has the power to modernize the IRS and get the tax code to ‘make sense’ to average taxpayers.

Oaksterdam University’s Dale Sky Jones explains how California will catch up with marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado and why bad drug policy is the biggest threat to civil rights.

Jessica Grose and David Burstein spar with Binta Niambi Brown on the issue of whether Millennials, as digital natives, truly enjoy an advantage over Generation X in the technology realm.

Michael Phillips Moskowitz, chief curator at eBay, argues that in an era of unprecedented choice, men from New York to Tokyo are more “brand promiscuous.”

Dale Sky Jones, president of Oaksterdam University, argues that the marijuana industry after prohibition will work like wineries and cut back on the “free-for-all.”

Christian Groh, co-founder of Privateer Holdings, describes the raw numbers at work in the marijuana industry, including patient and popular demand.

Shinola CEO Heath Carr shares the company’s goal of bringing the factory floor life back to Detroit with watchmaking and neighbors.

Economist Mariana Mazzucato, author of The Entrepreneurial State, describes how all of the “revolutionary” technologies that went into making the iPhone were made possible by government funding and research.