Ray Hanania only went to see Titanic the movie because his fiance did. But when he heard a character speaking in Arabic, he shot up in his seat, and since then has worked to uncover the hidden history of Arabs on the Titanic and America.
The 2010 Winter Olympic games are a couple of weeks away. For Jerry McGovern, it's a chance to look back at one very memorable time - the 1980 games in Lake Placid. Jerry wasn't an athlete in Lake Placid. He was a chauffeur for the VIPs attending the games.
The last time eastern Arizona was ablaze like it was last week, Charlie Brown was right in the middle of it. He's a volunteer firefighter in Pinedale, a town burned by the Rodeo-Chediski fire in 2002. Charlie's home was lost, and he defied safety orders to help other people in his community. He talks about what it's like to see land burned, "black to black."
Guest Host Sean Cole speaks with Cryn Johannsen, who is an activist on student debt issues. She threw out a question in her blog about whether anyone had suicidal feelings, and was alarmed at how many people wrote saying they did.