When other kids were out riding bikes, Anthony Mangieri was in his grandmother’s kitchen experimenting with ancient dough leavening methods. Now he makes some of the best pizzas in the country.
Tio Hardiman, director of Ceasefire Illinois, says violence is down in the past months and he credits intensive one-on-one mediation.
In his six-month project to offer help to anyone, the anonymous Free Help Guy has been asked to allow a hypnotist to hypnotize him – and other favors he’s had to decline.
The story of a popular Asian fusion restaurant that started off in a backyard
Host Dick Gordon checks in with Ben Harris and Scott Haren, who suffer from ALS and have tried to make their own medicine to stop the progress of their disease.
We listen in as a boardwalk carney guesses the weight and age of people in Ocean City, Md. This audio post card comes from A. Randall Wenner.
The teenage diary of Melissa, who didn’t mean to get pregnant, but when she did, she tried to build the family she herself never had.
The original Teenage Diary from Josh Cutler, whose struggle with Tourette's Syndrome made relationships with his parents and girls difficult.
Alan Smith taught philosophy and literature to violent criminals in prison until he realized he was “becoming more of the prison than I wanted to be.”
The original Teenage Diary of Frankie Lewchuck, who had to become the man of the house when his dad almost went away for good.
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