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.
Jacob Schaffer stops by the mürmur studio for a short chat about spiritualiaty, music, and gay bars. He also sings his new song 'Wings of a Butterfly'.
Ashley Powell, the founder of Urban Organicz, discusses the difficulties in motivating the youth to eat healthy and organic.
Liz Jackson talks about the onset of the mysterious nervous disorder that changed her life. She also shares her experiences in working as an assistant to Ellen DeGeneres and Martha Stewart.
The creator of "Merce", Charles Sanchez, discusses how the diagnosis of HIV played a role in the incarnation of the web series. He also recounts the time Whitney Houston almost got him fired from his job.
Obstacles of nature. Emir Gewir talks about the tree that prevented his car from rolling off a cliff.
Tune in, bliss out, and roll on. Todd Anderson discusses the process of readjustment that comes after having gone through a divorce.
The effervescent Mariah Rollins opens up about the blurry occasion that almost cost her own life.
Natalia De Oliveira makes an effort to give me some much needed dating advice.
In a news report gone awry, Lenny Rubenstein makes a name for himself by sticking to his guns and exposing the hostile reporter that tried exploiting him.
Do the right thing. Amanda Green explains the diplomatic approach to putting in a two weeks notice.
Lights, Camera, Bukkake. "The Manwhore Podcast" creator Billy Procida dishes out the details on appearing in a porno film.
With the city shut down and no family member to turn to, Flo recounts what it was like to give birth to her baby boy during the 2003 blackout.
Stephen M. Levinson and I have a heart to heart on the irreconciable differences that push people apart.
Showing that sometimes it's hip to be square, Bob Watlington talks about how the cessation of drug use that nearly destroyed him in the 60's forced him to discover new life passions. Along the way, he shares his criticism of the beatnik culture, and how an actor named Bruce Willis got his start starring in his younger brother's off-broadway show.
Running away from home. Ginette Schenck recounts ties that were broken for her to escape a difficult home life. Along the way, she runs into Allen Ginsberg and Luc Sante.
Articulating on the influence of her travels to Ethiopia, Samantha Novick reveals her passion to bring the native coffee of the land to the masses.