Contributor David Schulman visits Brazilian musician Cyro Baptista in his New Jersey garage. He keeps a huge array of percussive objects and plays them all - this includes bird calls from Cabela's outfitters. Thanks to our partners at Musicians in Their Own Words.
In 2002, Amiri Baraka was named Poet Laureate of New Jersey. In less than a year, he offended so many people the state cancelled its laureate program just to keep him out of the public eye. Now he's back in the news because his son, Ras Baraka, is running for mayor of Newark.
In an economic crisis, museums are among the first institutions to lose their financial foothold. But the Mark Twain House and Museum has managed to keep afloat during one of Wall Street's gloomiest periods in history - even though it was once in deep financial distress.Also in this episode, a story from our series of "Tough Jobs." Today, a senior prosecutor.