Trey Graham http://kanw.com en Teens Find The Right Tools For Their Social-Media Jobs http://kanw.com/post/teens-find-right-tools-their-social-media-jobs Once upon a time, it was MySpace. (Huh. Turns out you <a href="https://myspace.com/">can still link to it</a>.) Then Facebook happened. And Twitter. And beyond those two dominant social-media platforms, there are a host of other, newer options for staying in touch and letting the digital universe get a look at your life. Mon, 17 Jun 2013 21:03:00 +0000 Trey Graham 29377 at http://kanw.com Teens Find The Right Tools For Their Social-Media Jobs For Halloween, Please Enjoy This Story In Which NPH Freaks Out Ever So Gently http://kanw.com/post/halloween-please-enjoy-story-which-nph-freaks-out-ever-so-gently It's Halloween. Want to hear <strong>Neil Patrick Harris</strong> get freaked out?<p>Thought so. You'll want to click on that play button above, and check out Neda Ulaby's <em>All Things Considered </em>piece on an L.A. haunted house — more of an interactive play, really — called <em>Delusion</em>.<p>It's the brainchild of Hollywood stuntman Jon Braver, who rounded up some Tinseltown collaborators and rigged up a decrepit old mansion to look like an early-20th-century insane asylum. Mon, 31 Oct 2011 21:18:00 +0000 Trey Graham 4197 at http://kanw.com For Halloween, Please Enjoy This Story In Which NPH Freaks Out Ever So Gently John Hodgman And Robert Siegel Consider 'All' Things, Some Of Them Rather Dubious http://kanw.com/post/john-hodgman-and-robert-siegel-consider-all-things-some-them-rather-dubious If there's anything guaranteed to lift the heart of an NPR nerd, it's the sound of <em>All Things Considered's</em> <strong>Robert Siegel</strong> losing his composure. This is a news anchor, after all, who can deliver the song title "Party 'Til You Puke" with all the gravity of a president announcing the death of a hero. (No, really. Mon, 31 Oct 2011 18:50:00 +0000 Trey Graham 4185 at http://kanw.com John Hodgman And Robert Siegel Consider 'All' Things, Some Of Them Rather Dubious The Headline From NY Fashion Week: Print(s) Is Not Dead http://kanw.com/post/headline-ny-fashion-week-prints-not-dead Today's the last day of New York Fashion Week, that twice-yearly ritual at which retailers and editors give us a look at what we're going to be craving in spring. Big this year: prints. Whimsical prints.<p>To get a bead on what looks like a swing back away from minimalism, <em>Morning Edition</em> guest host David Greene talks to Sally Singer, editor-in-chief of <em>T: The New York Times Style Magazine</em>.<p>"A woman only needs so many pairs of chic black pants," Singer says. "Or so many cream jackets. What does she need now? Thu, 15 Sep 2011 04:00:00 +0000 Trey Graham 2246 at http://kanw.com The Headline From NY Fashion Week: Print(s) Is Not Dead