Adam D. Tihany, restaurant designer
On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Adam D. Tihany has made quite a mark on the interior of New York City. He's designed some of the top restaurants and hotels in the world, but it all begin here in 1981, when Tihany designed La Couple, New York's first grand café.
Sometimes..All I Need is the Air That I Breathe...and a Plain Yogurt
Who's the bigger liar -- the banking industry or the peanut butter industry? The jury is out. Tune in to a brand new episode of Let's Get Real as Erica Wides tries to make sense out of whipped peanut butter and yogurt, amongst other things.
Andy Shernoff, "The Christopher Columbus of Punk Rock", joins Mike Edison and Judy McGuire on this week's edition of Arts & Seizures! Tune into this episode to hear Andy, Mike, & Judy talk about about the CBGB movie, and whether or not its inauthenticity makes it less enjoyable.
Building Narrative with Jen Tullock
On this episode of Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne is joined in the studio by Jen Tullock: actor and co-host of Heritage Radio Network's The Morning After. Tune in to hear discussions regarding the intersection of art and architecture, and how both art forms express a narrative.
Elizabeth Heider of the U.S. Green Building Council
On this week's episode of Burning Down the House, host Curtis B. Wayne is joined by Elizabeth Heider, one of the chair members of the U.S. Green Building Council. Elizabeth is a "recovering architect" involved with the USGBC's LEED certification program.