We listen to Stephane Wrembel in his own words. He speaks about his personal guitar hero, Django Reinhardt, and how that is the foundation for his film score for the Woody Allen Movie, "Midnight in Paris."
The diaries of Louisa May Alcott's mother.
Percussionist Alfred "Uganda" Roberts talks about the musicians with whom he’s worked.
We visit another fixture of major cities -- rooftop water tanks. Meet some of the people who repair the iconic structures.
Charles Hill has a list of paintings he loves - some have been stolen, some he has recovered.
Angela Walters talks to Dick about the photos she found scattered after the tornado, and the archive she started.
Tim Doner, 16, has discovered he has a knack for learning languages. He speaks Mandarin, Farsi and more than a dozen others.
Photographer Charlotte Dumas likes to photograph working animals, and spent time at night in the stables of Arlington National Cemetery.
The Purple Hotel is a Chicago landmark. And, yes, it is purple.
Andrew Lam reads from his short story, "The Palmist."
Dick speaks to paper plane folder John Collins about his intention to break the Guinness Book of world records for the longest distance a paper glider will go.
Jonathan Trappe flies with clusters of multi-colored helium balloons. He talks about what it's like to be up high, in silence.
Roman Mars shares his thoughts about the title sequences of big movies.
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