Paula helps us usher in the 100th episode with a conversation about how we learn, females in tech, and letting go of the past.
ordinary people having extraordinary conversations
Doug Lane has been involved with making the internet safe for years. He explains how technology is a balance of convenience & risk.
Podcast fave/ technology security expert Shuli explains how the advances of technology come with the high price of personal security.
Make-up artist Carrie takes part in our "Drinking With Friends" series to discuss loving animals and the enigma that is Full House.
Sandra talks about going on vacation alone, why wellness is better than worrying, and how to take care of rabbits.
David and I discuss friendships and the journey of self-improvement.
Devin talks about what he calls fighting for happiness and his upcoming superhero web-series, "Unsung Heroes".
Mike G. shares two exclusive songs from his forthcoming album of 1990's era New Jack Swing era hip hop, album: "DJ Lou Dooben & MC Mike G". Songs: "Lou Dobben" and "Something Fresh To Say". We also have a brief conversation about addiction and naturally some silliness.
NYC theatre actor Matt Golden talks about the power of empathy, acting, and the adventures as The Mets' beloved mascot, MR. MET!!
No, not a show about Dungeons & Dragons. It's about Fantasy Football! Winner of several fantasy Superbowls, Carlos breaks it all down to help you win your league.
Jessaka & Ayeshee share their thoughts on current music, social issues in network television, and how to handle a weirdo at the bar.
In the second volume of the storyteller series, I share how I ended up on a farm in rural Ireland.
Shuli Hallak returns to engage in a furious debate (not really) about politics, religion, free thought and much more!
In a new storyteller format, I share my time as a young chess competitor.
Neo-conceptual artist Richard Humann discusses growing up rural upstate New York, how life changed over the years in NYC as a working artist... and his beloved Mets.
We explore the mythos of violence in our society. My special guest for this talk is author of "Two Fisted Power", a novel in the world of boxing- Jason Simons.
Filmmaker/ Playwright K. Lorrel Manning shares crazy stories of growing up in South Carolina; how life experiences & his art have reflected and informed each other.
Musician Lily Virginia shares her insights on writing, the spaces we create art, and we exchange musical guilty pleasures.
Founding editor of New Work Magazine Melissa is a writer, teacher, activist and a really smart cookie. I mean, really smart. I do my best just to keep up!
Photographer Shuli returns to talk more about the future & answer listener questions- and we share ghost stories!