In the first ever group conversation of mürmur, Danny Fingers and The Thumbs stop by to play music, and talk about the chance encounter with Rufus Wainwright that landed them on tour.
Channeling the experiences from her life-long travels of the globe, the wanderlust Rebecca Brown discusses the constant cycle of adaptation.
The life of the pistol can lead a man to unimaginable depths. From nerd to hardcore, Sean Walker recounts the missteps that landed him from taking honor roll classes to living on the streets.
Fresh from Florida, Dani Berkowitz discusses the hardships of canvassing for women's rights in the big city. Along the way, she shares the story of bumping into Lena Dunham's sister twice in the same month.
In an attempt to dispel the stigma of public urination, Douglas P. Ward discusses his experience as a publisher of the 'A 40 Point Guide To Peeing In New York' book series.
Life, it's all around. On this down-to-earth conversation, Margarita Jasso and I discuss the merits of spirituality, and the facets of society that disconnect us from our surroundings.
While most kids were watching cartoons growing up, Steve Motino was too busy creating codes on his desktop computer. The mischevious computer wizard explains how Trojan Viruses originate, why it's so ridicilously easy for your computer to get hacked into, and what it's like to go streaking in Times Square. The nerd's equivalent to the Tasmanian Devil. Watch out for this guy.