David Chapatain discusses what it was like to ride on a killer whale.
Tony Gallagher recounts the time he served Frank Sinatra a bowl of Campbell's soup.
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.
In search of a life that's less familiar and more unusual, Zachary Realberg decides to move out of Philadelphia.
Between opening up for Oasis and trying to teach unwilling kids how to play the piano, Michael Harren discusses the process of bringing his ideas onto stage for the first time.
Swastika enthusiast Gabriel Diaz, talks about the media spotlight that was thrusted upon him for wearing a "Third Reich" friendly emblem in his taxi cab.
Brant MacDuff talks about the process of transitioning into his new gender.
Survival in the city can be difficult when you have no close friends or family to fall back on. Those primal instincts are the focal point of this chat with Cedric Victor.
In a sudden spur of the moment decision, Marta Edmisten finds herself in Morocco.
Brad Holiday discusses how the role of fatherhood has affected his craft for picking up dates off of the street.
At 14 years of age, Ari Hawkins is the youngest guest to have stumbled upon the mürmur studios. He talks openly about his struggles and achievements as a burdgenoning teenager in New York City.
Vanessa Varela built an entire vending machine just to be able to tell the world it's fortune. Here in the mürmur studio, she discusses the reason behind her creation.
There is a lot that can go wrong in a movie shoot. Stefanie Kay Sparks knows this all too well. She shares some of the disaster stories from the set of her debut film.
Brandon Penny discusses what it takes to stay true in a city that expects so much out of it's denizens.
Scott Andrew Hutchins, a former film student now living without a home, opens up about the dreams he had arriving to New York, and how they ended up fleeting away.
Shalyni explains how to lead a balanced life by making time for both work and artistic endauvers. She also discusses the surprising experience of being on the Steve Harvey show.