Arthur Medrano recalls the time he hitchhiked his way to a Radiohead concert.
Rats, Bed bugs, Ghosts, Trust-fund babies. The list goes on. A poor housing situation can very easily break one's spirits. Christina Berke and I discuss some of these lovely scenarios.
It may not be easy to fail or fire someone. But sometimes, it becomes absolutely necessary. Ky Huynh and I discuss the role that failure plays in attaining future success.
Tony Cortopassi recounts what it was like to work a block away from the twin towers on the day of September 11.
Will Wood talks about the acid trip that shifted his creative outlook.
Why life is worth living. Avalonne Hall chats about millennials and midwifery.
The transition from growing up in an isolated landscape to moving to a bit city is an all to familiar narrative for both Alex Shapiro and I. We extend beyond our limitations by pushing ourselves forward.
Dreams are hard to come by. And sometimes, you have to get your hands dirty. But when Jay-Z beckons, you act.