When he's not hosting any number of TV shows, Chris Hardwick also runs The Nerdist empire and its flagship podcast. With a new Comedy Central show "@midnight" already a hit, Hardwick shares his tips for getting it all done.
Margaret Atwood writes stories that are deeply, troublingly human by building elaborate worlds that resemble ours. Here, she explains her process for conjuring up the future--and what you can learn about it from breakfast.
After working with improvised dialogue masters Larry David and Sacha Baron Cohen, Jeff Schaffer and his wife Jackie created The League, a spiritual successor to Curb Your Enthusiasm. Here, Schaffer reveals how to make semi-scripted TV that feels both structured and spontaneous.
They didn’t have a ton of money, but over five decades New Yorkers Herb and Dorothy Vogel accumulated an impressive collection of art that they ultimately donated to museums across the country. Dorothy talks to Co.Create about how she and her late husband navigated the Soho art scene back in the day, and she offers advice for aspiring art collectors of limited financial means.