Episode Six: Style with Nadia Aboulhosn

Episode Six: Style with Nadia Aboulhosn

Nadia Aboulhosn

Nadia Aboulhosn

Nadia Aboulhosn is a self-made fashion blogger, model and designer. Listen in to hear about her journey from food-court people-watching to the world of New York City fashion, experimenting with new styles and daring to be yourself.

Episode Five: Routines with Andrew Keoghan

Episode Five: Routines with Andrew Keoghan

Andrew Keoghan stops by to talk about the joys and frustration of routines. Andrew shares his love of granola, gives us a live preview of his new album, and assigns homework that will make you hear music in a whole new way.


Episode Four: Fun and Games with Jo Firestone

Episode Four: Fun and Games with Jo Firestone

Jo Firestone is a comedian and producer based in Brooklyn, NY. She has created and hosts Punderdome 3000, Friends of Single People, and she hosts Dr. Gameshow on WFMU. Jo's unique shows get people moving, doing and playing. Listen in for Jo's thoughts on what makes games (and life) fun, and an important assignment for what to do if you find yourself in a funk.

 

Episode Three: Vision with T.J. Misny

Episode Three: Vision with T.J. Misny

T.J. Misny writes, directs, photographs and edits moving pictures. His work includes the viral video "Why Starbucks Spells Your Name Wrong," Intimate Semaphores, a trio of short films, and Hack into Broad City. He is currently in the early stages of pre-¬≠production on his first feature film as writer/director. Join us for T.J.'s thoughts on communicating your vision, handling rejection, and harnessing the power of community.

Episode Two: Teamwork with Girls With Brown Hair

Episode Two: Teamwork with Girls With Brown Hair

Known for their off-the-wall characters, theatricality, and seemingly endless supply of wigs, Becky Chicoine and Sam Reece  are the Girls With Brown Hair. They've developed a signature world populated by craft aunts, overly-involved Dads, and a newly chartered city occupied only by women. They perform regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and have headlined all over the U.S. Their work has been featured on Splitsider, Mashable, Slate, CollegeHumor and more. Join us for lessons in teamwork and find out what makes this dynamo BFF duo click!

Episode One: Taste with Justin Warner

Episode One: Taste with Justin Warner

Justin Warner

Justin Warner

Justin Warner is a chef, author and winner of the eighth season of the Food Network series Food Network Star. In his new book The Laws of Cooking: And How to Break Them, Justin reinvents the way we think about taste. Join us for tales of Justin's rebellious youth and fascinating insights about pizza.