Kacey Czosnowski talks about what it's like to be an acrobatic pole dancer.
Anne Downey talks about the process of teaching Mandarin to American kids.
Ben Lapidus recalls the talent show performance that earned him his first ever girlfriend in middle school.
Derek Leslie talks about the experience of touring the world and playing with Asobi Seksu. All thanks to answering a simple Craigslist ad.
Stan Guderski talks about his desire of moving out of his childhood home.
Coming to terms with past trauma can be difficult. But sometimes you just gotta ask yourself, "What's the point?". Brush the dirt off of your shoulders and move on. Lucy Franklyn does just that.
Traveling on her own across the country, Candice Georgis makes a pit stop by the studio to share her experiences of the road life.
(PS: A free murmur shirt to the first person who can guess where we ate after the talk.)
To care, or to love. The writer extraordinaire Allegra stops by the studio to discuss these themes with me.
Peace, love, and anarchy. Jay Sharp counterpoints the media's negative portrayal of the 1999 Woodstock festival by sharing his own personal experience of the controversial event.
Alison Bulman shares her experience working on the project 'Intimacities'; the interactive workshop that enables strangers to connect with one and other.
Keep walking Johnny Walker.. Andrew Coalson participates on the first ever live video broadcast of mürmur.
Erin Pienta and I discuss the efficiency of of breaking up, and then reconnecting, through the various mediums of technology.
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.