Actor Scott Shepherd tells host Dick Gordon about reading every single word of the Great Gatsby on stage.
Illustrator Matt Kish tells host Dick Gordon why he made a work of art for each page of the classic Moby-Dick.
Andrew Chin, a.k.a. Brushy One-String, has crafted a unique style playing a one-string guitar
Trumpet player Arturo Sandoval talks about the enormous range of his instrument.
A story about one day in 1936 that blues guitarist Robert Johnson and cellist Pablo Casals recorded music.
Ivette Cepeda brings the music of Cuba to the U.S.
Contributor Roman Mars considers how architects allow and encourage space.
Host Dick Gordon speaks with the man traveling the world to record the last speakers of Aramaic.
Anna and Elizabeth, the guitar-and-banjo duo that makes movies called "crankies".
David Schulman’s profile of jazz double bassist Ron Carter.
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