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How artists are enriching daily routines with literature.
Some of the funniest writers in New York are getting together to let you know about the nights of their lives - those nights that stand out a cut above the rest, that left behind stories so full of hilarity and wonder that they're worth sharing. This performance was recorded on August 31, 2011 at the UCB Theater in NYC. Hosted by David Martin Theme: "Scars"
The Symphony Space in NYC celebrates the writings of best-selling author Chuck Palahniuk. Sarah Steele, Alex Hurt, and others read stories authored or appreciated by Palahniuk.
Fashion is driven by FOMO, but true personal style is usually more about a strong sense of identity and self-confidence than trends. This week’s guest, Kavita Parmar, knows the value of quality classics - she’s the designer and co-founder behind the ingenious label The IOU Project, a new brand that’s reimagining transparency within fashion. Learn more about this innovative fashion model as Kavita shares about The IOU Project’s inception, the principles and passion behind the brand, the artisans that create each garment and their shared stories, upcoming collaborations and projects, and more! Plus, I’ve got a great playlist of fresh music to keep FOMO at bay, including more music off the latest from Arizona’s Calexico, and brand new releases from Twinsmith, Michael Rault, and Icelandic singer-songwriter Soley! So don’t miss out on today’s Sew & Tell - join us for FOMO Week because YOLO!

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