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Judith Bernstein, feminist artist: #Radiostory by Amy Gastelum & “Mother: the podcast”

Judith Bernstein, feminist artist: #Radiostory by Amy Gastelum & “Mother: the podcast”

via Amy Gastelum and Mother-the podcast: Amy interviews artist Judith Bernstein about “the mother” in her provocative, neon paintings. Special thanks to Sonia Li, Chris Palladino and Adam Whitney Nichols for weighing in on their moms and Ms. Bernstein’s art.… [READ MORE] Read More

Mike Breach, coffee artist: Video via @Tumblr Storyboard

Mike Breach, coffee artist: Video via @Tumblr Storyboard

via Tumblr on Vimeo. NYC barista Mike Breach paints milk portraits in lattes.

Brianna Klemm & Joe Sabia, freelancers: #Radiostory via @Audreyqq

Brianna Klemm & Joe Sabia, freelancers: #Radiostory via @Audreyqq

via Audrey Quinn: For some, freelance gigs trump full-time jobs. Hiring is down, and self-employment is up. Audrey Quinn finds two people who’ve found creative ways to work for themselves, with financial success. Originally aired on Marketplace. Produced by Audrey Quinn. Listen to… [READ MORE] Read More

Farzana Aziz, convenience store manager: “Always In a Hurry” #radiostory via @HearToThere

Farzana Aziz, convenience store manager: “Always In a Hurry” #radiostory via @HearToThere

via Nadia Wilson: Farzana Aziz talks about what it’s like working in a convenience store inside the Clark Street subway station in Brooklyn, NY. Producer Nadia Wilson is also a SoundCloud 2012 Fellow for her project From Here to There.  

Edya, shoe-shiner: Original #radiostory by @HearToThere

Edya, shoe-shiner: Original #radiostory by @HearToThere

via Nadia Wilson, From Here to There: “It’s completely different. Completely different” A shoe shiner in the New York subway remembers home in Uzbekistan. Nadia Wilson is also a SoundCloud 2012 Fellow for her project From Here to There.

Giancarlo Arcieri, violinmaker: Original #radiostory via Anne Noyes Saini, @CitySpoonful

Giancarlo Arcieri, violinmaker: Original #radiostory via Anne Noyes Saini, @CitySpoonful

via Anne Noyes Saini: Most 30-year-olds spend their days working in front of computers. Giancarlo Arcieri, 35, spends his plying wood with knife in his Midtown Manhattan violin shop. His father Carlos Arcieri, also a violin maker, taught him the… [READ MORE] Read More

Alan Kaufman, pickler: “The Old Trade of Pickling” by @SarahPReynolds

Alan Kaufman, pickler: “The Old Trade of Pickling” by @SarahPReynolds

by Sarah P. Reynolds: Pickles are pretty important to people in New York’s Lower East Side. Longtime pickler, Alan Kaufman, explains his trade and his customers. This piece was produced by Sarah P. Reynolds and originally aired on NPR’s All Things Considered. Photo by… [READ MORE] Read More

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