— “I go where the wind is. That’s my church.” – Neil Young in 2006, as told to Cal Fussman. What I’ve Learned: a series produced by Esquire and Quoted Studios http://classic.esquire.com You might also like our Blank on Blank series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Executive Producer DAVID GERLACH Interviewer CAL FUSSMAN Illustrator JOE McKENDRY Director PATRICK SMITH…
The inspirations and life experiences that helped shaped their destinies
What do you do when you know you’re not as good as the next guy?
The world-famous oceanographer and undersea explorer who invented the Aqua-Lung dared to go where no one had gone before.
How do we stigmatize people who are different from us?
Journey into the mind of Leonard Cohen.
“He’s just a guy with a guitar with a little mischief underneath.”
Your parents named you before they knew you.
Embed from Getty Images — “You can’t get very far in life if you don’t get away from Self” – George Washington Carver in 1939 The famed scientist and inventor best known for the amazing work he did with peanuts — he cooked up over 100 uses for peanuts including plastics and gasoline — gave…
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Embed from Getty Images — “I’m more experienced sexually than I was as an 18 year old. So maybe it’s time for that to start reflecting in the music.” – George Michael on November 10, 1986, as told to Joe Smith George Michael was 23 when he sat for this interview, which has never been…
You become the film you are creating.
Six months before he was elected President, Jimmy Carter gave this interview to Bill Moyers.
The incomprehensible vastness of the universe, the wonder of our own place in it all… Carl Sagan was able to explain the science of space in a way everyone could understand.
Like most famous architects, his work was as much hated as respected.
“I must reorganize the environment of man by which then greater numbers of men can prosper.” – Buckminster Fuller in 1965, as told to Studs Terkel