In this episode we meet Maricela Cornejo. Maricela turned a 10-day boxing class purchase six years ago into a professional boxing career, but it didn't come without sacrifice.
In this episode, we meet Miles Mosley. Mosley is a singer-songwriter whose life was changed the moment he played an upright bass.
In this episode, we meet professional skateboarder and photographer, Sierra Prescott.
Rodney Lucas is a storyteller from the South Side of Chicago. Through music, art, and film, Lucas is changing the narrative.
Mike Fortune is an independent fashion designer, taking ordinary fabrics and creating one-of-a-kind original pieces that combine art and culture.
For more than 50 years, Guy Okazaki has been a staple in the surfing community in Venice Beach, CA. His surf shop has allowed Okazaki to be a matchmaker of sorts for riders looking for their perfect surfboard.
Shiho Yoshikawa shares what inspires her to create unique ice cream flavors for Sweet Rose Creamery.
Learn more about the meaning and mission of Thinkspace in this Melo series on art and creativity.
Listen to the story of an extraordinary entertainer who took his passion to new heights despite difficult challenges.
Carmelo Anthony has opened a hurricane relief fundraiser for Puerto Rico, he announced Friday in an essay with The Players’ Tribune. Anthony spearheaded the YouCaring campaign with a $50,000 donation of his own, and the page has since reached over $110,000 in donations. Read more here
Ghetto Carping is a way of life for Compton natives Eddie Salmeron and "Big" Serg Talavera.
Tony Thompson takes us inside the world of professional drone racing.
This Is Melo sits down with the Chef de Cuisine at Charcoal in Venice, CA, Joe Johnson to discuss how he found his love of cooking and where he finds inspiration for new dishes.
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