A conversation with Evan Kalish, who after college set out to travel the country and see as many post offices as he could. He's been to over 4,000, and there are thousands more. Read his blog, Going Postal.
Ana Benitez Graham crossed the border from Mexico with her family when she was 13. Because the journey cost so much money, Ana and her siblings all had to get full-time jobs, even when they were in school.
LaMonte Armstrong was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his elderly next door neighbor. He spent the next 17 years fighting for his freedom, was exonerated last summer, and is still trying to negotiate life in a world he was removed from for years.
If you were at the airport this week, chances are you had a suitcase with little wheels on it. Dick’s guest, Bernard Sadow, is the man who began a revolution. He was the first to put wheels on luggage.
Elizabeth Murray quit her dream job to volunteer in Monet's garden in Giverny, France. Also in this episode, art school student Chris Nissen knocks on the door of the famous, but publicity-shy artist, Andrew Wyeth.
Abigail Washburn and her group The Sparrow Quartet are currently in Beijing. The group was invited by the Chinese government to be "cultural Olympians." For Abigail, it was an invitation to return to a country she loves.
Albert Smith was a drug dealer for more than twenty years in Oakland. But this past year, he has made a big change. He’s stopped dealing and he’s training to do solar panel sales and installation. Also in this episode, Deborah Dunbar, who works in Flint, Michigan as a machinist.