We hear a reading from Fahrenheit 451 to remember writer Ray Bradbury, who died this week. From the National Endowment for the Arts' Big Read.
Writer Krista Bremer tells the story of her 11-year-old daughter Aliya's first rock concert.
Poet Nikki Finney reads her poem about a lightning storm.
Sharon Olds reads her poem about her mother picking crabs for the family.
Filmmaker Doug Block explores the anatomy of his parents' marriage and his own childhood.
Dafnis Prieto talks with Dick Gordon about the revolutionary rhythms that earned him a 2011 MacArthur Genius Grant.
Rachel Sussman tells Dick about her quest to photograph the oldest living organisms.
Photographer Andrew Garnsees beauty in the pigeon.
Sean visits old school audio collector Randy Riddle in his Mebane, N.C. home where they listen to vintage transcription disks from WWII.
The story of Dotan Negrin, who’s traveling and playing his upright piano in New York City, New Orleans, San Antonio, and all the way to Panama.
Musician Rachel Zeffira wanted to play during mass at the Vatican. All she had to do was stretch the truth a little bit –then go to confession.
Dick speaks with jockey Jorge Velasquez, whose horse Alydar went head-to-head with Affirmed – the last Triple Crown winner.
An Austrian student who challenged Facebook over user privacy.
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