What would our relationship with money be like if we talked about it honestly? We made a podcast to answer just that.
She was successful, but also lost and in a cycle of debt. Our columnist Lizzie O'Leary helps one person fix her money life (and teaches the rest of us how to make a financial plan).Por Lizzie O'Leary, Rowhome Productions
Playwright Tori Sampson sits down with SNL writer and standup Sam Jay to ask pretty much every nosy money question you're not supposed to ask. The idea is simple: transparency helps us all.Por Tori Sampson, Rowhome Productions
World Travel: An Irreverent Guide by Anthony Bourdain and Laurie Woolever is available now.Por Rowhome Productions, Laurie Woolever
Investigative reporter Alex Palmer tracks down the elusive artist, interviews them, and wonders: what do you do when you know the answer to art’s greatest mystery?Por Alex W. Palmer, Rowhome Productions
Money is one of the most screwed up things ever invented. We're not supposed to want it, but we are supposed to have it. We're supposed to know what to do with it, but never talk about it. We're here to help change that.Por Wealthsimple
To their friends, they were just a normal upper middle class couple. But they were were hiding a debt so crippling they can’t even afford to get divorced. And when they told us their story, the internet backlash was insane. In this episode, we hired voice actors to be them. Then we talk to the writer who found them about why everyone seemed to hate…
Why do mothers feel guilty when they work? And guilty when they don’t? Is making art a selfish act? Why does every moment of our lives come with a price tag? The award-winning novelist and short story writer Karen Russell takes all that on, and tells her own personal money story.Por Karen Russell, Rowhome Productions