A major Latino writer’s intimate but healing journey through addiction, human desire and broken love. | listen
Richard Haines is an artist and fashion illustrator living and working in New York. He moved here in 1975 from Washington, D.C. to pursue illustration and instead found a successful career as a fashion designer. Through his work with brands such as Calvin Klein, Perry Ellis and Bill Blass, he developed a keen eye for the often overlooked details of form, fabric and how a garment falls on the body, which laid a foundation for his illustration work. After years in the world of fashion design, his career has now come full circle allowing him to emerge as one of today’s most sought after fashion illustrators.
Molly Knefel shares her thoughts on the developments in the past few weeks concerning men, specifically in the media and politics, accused of sexual harassment. In this follow up to our previous… | watch
Keeping up with the accusations against men in the music industry is as depressing as it is confusing. | read
This is part 1 of a two part episode on the record label Ernest Jenning Record Company. The label's founder, Pete D'Angelo, stopped with a few beers and we spent a couple of hours talking about music… | listen