Aspiring Country Star Herbie Howell Arrives in 1969 Nashville

Aspiring singer-songwriter 26-year-old Herbie Howell drove from Georgia to Nashville to attend a country music convention and hopefully perform for the right people. He found what he was looking for. He was able to play for well-known record producer Shelby…

First Person: In the Kingdom of the Unabomber

When psychologist Gary Greenberg wanted to broaden his career, he sought guidance from a more established writer as a means to getting published. But he soon discovered that his mentor was in fact Ted Kaczynski, the notorious Unabomber. Now Greenberg…

Basquiat: Street Artist Who Transcended Pop Art

A lot of times, the circumstances of someone’s death can color their entire life, and that’s unfortunate. Jean-Michel is often misunderstood because of the way he died, but when you look at the totality of his life, he was triumphant.…

Inside the Hostess Factory: How Twinkies are Made

Created in 1930, Twinkies are America’s guiltiest pleasure. Using an elaborate and incredibly efficient system of Auto Bake robots, Hostess produces roughly 500,000,000 Twinkies a year, or roughly 1,000 a minute. Interesting fact: The earliest Twinkies were stuffed with banana…

John Goodman’s Talks Acting in NYC

John Goodman talks to Sam Jones about how terrified he was when he first moved to New York City, and if he was drunk enough, how he’d go looking for a fight in Central Park. Want More Off Camera? http://offcamera.com

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