Joey Santore calls himself, among other things, “a mildly irreverent botanist with no credentials and no filter” and that's a pretty apt description.
Mile Francis, a hyper-talented Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, activist, video collagist and flatbed-track riding performance artist, talks about it all this week. Their career is right at that commencing-countdown-engines-on phase. So buckle up for Nice Work! with Miles Francis.
Ronni Abergel is founder of the innovative Human Library organization, and turning people into books (not quite literally).
SHELBY HARTMAN is the founder and CEO of Double Blind magazine, a super nice publication that covers "timely, untold stories about the expansion of psychedelics around the globe."
From his early X Games notoriety to his beautiful new book AFRO SURF, Selema Masekela has always ridden the waves of his own passions.
Spike Feresten drops into Nice Work! Spike is known for his work on Seinfeld, David Letterman, and hosting his own Talkshow.
One of our Super Nice Club members sent over a link to the book How To Raise Kids Who Aren’t Assholes Science-Based Strategies for Better Parenting—from Tots to Teens.