A final update on two listeners' year-long creative projects.
Charis Stiles has been sticking with her resolution to start a new diorama every month ... now she just has to finish them.
An update from Joseph Riedel, who has recovered from his cancer treatments and is now filming the first episode of his comedy web series, "A Good Sense of Tumor."
We check in with Garman Herigstad, who is making a calligraphy version of the Book of Proverbs. Now, his project’s ambition has grown to three dimensions.
It’s been a pretty awesome month for Joseph Riedel, an aspiring screenwriter who has been channeling his experience with a brain cancer into a comedy series, "A Good Sense of Tumor."
Facing a few setbacks, Charis Stiles is reining in her ambition for her creative New Year’s resolution.
April Update: Masters of a technology quickly become obsolete when the technology is scuttled — that's why I'm perfecting everything by hand.
I checked into NYU Langone Medical Center the morning of January 29. I woke up seven hours later in complete pain, horror, and, surprisingly, relief.
March Update: Making a new diorama every month was proving more challenging than expected. And then inspiration struck.
One of our listeners has resolved to return to her first passion — reggae. She’s finding it more challenging than she expected.
It’s been two months since I started my calligraphy adventure with Proverbs. I’ve decided to set myself some ground rules.