Ailyn Perez and Stephen Costello are husband-and-wife opera singers. They talk with Dick about the peculiarity of their relationship, which includes competing to see who can hold the longest notes, and trying to get cast in the same productions so that they can spend time together.
In 1948, 28 Mexican citizens being flown by the U.S. to their native country perished in a plane crash in California. Woody Guthrie protested their anonymity and decades later historian Tim Hernandez set out to find their names.
Geoff Edgers is a staff writer at the Boston Globe. A few years ago, he had a mid-life crisis and decided that he had to get the rock band The Kinks back together again. Also in this show: Surviving Obama
Today: the final installment of our series, Good Water. When Jeff Kelble’s Shenandoah River fishing guide business ran into trouble because of fish kills, he had a choice: move on to healthier rivers, or stay and fight. He decided that he couldn’t turn his back on the river - so he took a job as the Riverkeeper.
When Rovel Sparkes was growing up in Kingston, Jamaica, soccer created community in his neighborhood. Now Rovel does the same by offering a free camp in Oakland. We hear also from 11-year-old Keanu Dobo-Bracy, a camper and unofficial "coach!"