Christine Jackson

Christine Jackson is a Missouri-based writer and editor who loves the arts but never seems to write about them. Her holy trinity includes the St. Louis Blues, David Bowie and whoever invented iced coffee. You can find her on Twitter sharing snarky quote tweets @cjax1694.

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Bill Nye: Still the Science Guy

It’s hard to even hear the name without getting that resounding “BILL! BILL! BILL!” stuck in your head. […]

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How to Find the Right Therapist for You

We turn to our friends and the internet for all kinds of advice, but, when it comes to […]

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What’s Better Than Cute Animals? Animals With Cameras

There are some brilliant videographers behind the latest “Nature” miniseries on PBS, but most of them can’t hold […]

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5 Apps to Help You Give Back

You can find what you want to eat via an app. You can find what you’re going to […]

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How Daniel Tiger Can Help You at Home and at Work

Since 1968, Mister Rogers’ soft voice and friendly lessons have taught children how to be kind and good […]

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5 Things We Learned from Beyond A Year In Space

Many think that because the Space Shuttle isn’t running anymore, there’s no hope for future human space travel. […]

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Must-Haves for Your Toolbox from This Old House

Have you ever considered entering the skilled trades as a career? If working with your hands is something that’s […]

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When Family, Religion and Sexuality Collide

First-time filmmaker Cecilia Aldarondo’s “Memories of a Penitent Heart” is many things. It’s a love story and a […]

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One Photographer’s Quest to Document Endangered Animals

You might not know it, but our world is in a period of mass extinction not seen since […]

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It’s Time to Cultivate Healthy Sitting Habits at Work

These days, we do a whole lot of sitting. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, 62 percent […]

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In Strangers We Trust: How Apps Are Teaching Us to Trust Again

As kids we were taught some essentials: Don’t take candy from strangers in vans, don’t get in a car […]

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What Was it Like to Live in a Victorian Slum?

Here’s a premise: Victorian-era reality show. Does that intrigue you? New PBS reality miniseries “Victorian Slum House” follows […]