Ray Williams tells the story of putting an ad in the paper for new music talent in the l960s at Liberty Records. Among the thousands of vinyl disc that arrived was one from a man named Reginald Dwight, who became know as Elton John. And yes, he signed him.
Julie Mullin says her business selling organic, fair trade fiber products is doing quite well in this economic climate. But she couldn't do it without the unusual partnership she's formed with a Montagnard woman named Jum.
Like many in the real estate business these days, Ardell DellaLoggia has been struggling with the ongoing downturn in the home-buying market. She's a real estate agent in the Seattle area, and on two occasions over the years has turned to an unlikely source of help for her and her clients: statues of St. Joseph. Also in this episode: an international dog rescue.