Ryan Shoushani takes you inside one of America’s most high end furniture stores, DDC, with an exclusive interview with Babak Hakakian one of the company partners and the design curator.
This UnAmerican Dream meets NYU Tisch student-filmmaker Konstantin Lyubimov to discuss his short film “Olvidadizo,” which explores the journey of a man haunted by ghosts after the death of his daughter. Lyubimov tells us about his plans for the future and the challenges and rewards of seeing a project from concept to final product. By […]
We all have a little bit of that “change the world” feeling inside of us. Maybe that’s why we are in college, to learn how to do so through our respective interests and career fields. The first episode of this podcast features Melissa Godin, an NYU Global Liberal Studies student who is making her mark […]
Ever wanted to climb a mountain without leaving the city? Rock climbing is the urban dweller’s dream solution, and it certainly is more accessible. Young rock climber, Hyejo Ahn, shares her passion for the challenging yet rewarding sport and how it gives her life extra meaning. By Sana Dadani.
Skyler Cocco is an up and coming singer-songwriter and producer who has recently shifted her music style from classic pop to grunge pop of the 90s in an effort to bring it back to being current. Cocco found her niche. Cocco is known for her distinct sound, golden locks, and a drive to succeed in […]
Parsons School of Design student Koko Clarke uses her senior thesis to examine the intersection of fashion, technology, and efficiency. By Alexandra Delyanis
Alexandra Delyanis and Rayne Ellis sit down with NYU students Ioana Holt and William Wang to talk opening a specialty foods cafe called Rose and Basil and creating healthy desserts.
Tucked between the trees on the coast of East Boothbay, Maine, lies the Ocean Point Studio. The art gallery is run and created by fine artist and mother Corinne McIntyre. From her studio, she discusses her path to becoming a painter and gives a glimpse of her creative process. […]
A look behind the scenes of one of New York City’s holiday shopping destinations.
John Amato says he was once involved in the organized crime world of New York City and served time in federal prison. Now he has abandoned that life and embraced yoga, teaching at Yoga to the People, a donation-based studio. By Allegra Preuss