Kai Ryssdal hosts our latest listener challenge: making something with the 1040 tax form.
Yo La Tengo asked for your requests — and you delivered. Now they’re back to play their pick, Eddy Grant’s “Electric Avenue.”
What creative project do you want to start — and finish — in the New Year?
We asked you to distill the holidays into a 30-second short film, and we've received some wonderful entries.
All Jenny Slate wants for Hanukkah is for you to make a 30-second holiday film about old people, animals, and/or feasts.
David Hrobowski is building every piece of furniture in his house out of popsicle sticks. You don’t have to be that obsessed to enter our extra credit challenge — but it couldn’t hurt.
A crafty couple from Columbus, Ohio rose to our popsicle stick challenge by making a map of the USA and delivering it to Nick Offerman in person.
We asked high school students to send in their funniest writing. B.J. Novak picks a winner to our challenge.
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."
Before he was our host, Kurt Andersen co-founded the pioneering humor magazine Spy. Here are his suggestions for finding the funny.
We’re kicking off our latest listener challenge for high school students with comedian, actor, and author B.J. Novak — and he has advice for aspiring humorists.