July 16, 2008 The band from Champaign, IL brings Phil Spector and his doo wop groups to mind as well as classic mid-90s indie rock bands. A video shoot with the band even revealed them to be five of the nicest people we could have hoped to meet.
July 8, 2008 From giant cell phones to old motherboards, outdated technology holds sentimental value for collectors like Jason Savitt. Meanwhile video artist James Houston rigged vintage dot matrix printers to play a song by Radiohead.
June 26, 2008The New Yorker describes the Quavers as moody and enchanting. The two Brooklyn musicians describe themselves as a "space-age Carter family." They stopped by The Bryant Park Project studios to demonstrate.
June 25, 2008 Only eight states allow raw milk to be sold in stores for human consumption, but that hasn't stopped people across the country from drinking it. Fans argue that pasteurization kills good bacteria as well as bad, but experts are divided.
June 23, 2008 Photographer Anthony Karen gains the trust of groups known for their secrecy: the KKK, neo-Nazis, Voodoo practitioners. Karen has captured cross-burning Klan initiations and bloody Voodoo rituals in Haiti on film. He discusses how he gets close to secretive and controversial subjects.
June 19, 2008 Acoustic funk/soul singer-songwriter G. Love stops by The Bryant Park Project to talk and play music from his new album, Superhero Brother. He says the album was inspired by a recent trip to the slums of Rio de Janeiro.
June 12, 2008 Back with a new album, Flavors of Entanglement, Morissette talks about heartache and healing. After the painful breakup of her long engagement to actor Ryan Reynolds, Morissette has a lot to say — and to sing.