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!"
There’s a wall in Seattle that’s constantly changing. It’s the back wall of Unexpected Productions, a theater in the Pike Place Market. Artistic Director Randy Dixon says that while his troupe is known for improv, the audience also stops by to see the show in the alleyway. It’s 54 feet of gum -- 250,000
Comedian Alaudin Ullah’s parents are Bengali, and were among the many East Indian and Bangladeshi immigrants who moved to New York at the turn of the 20th century. Alaudin has been exploring the lost history of his old neighborhood, often called “Bengali Harlem.”
Economic decline has left Detroit with many abandoned buildings. Jim Griffioen lives in the city and has been documenting the destruction of some of those buildings by "scrappers," people who strip abandoned buildings of valuable metals.
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.