Filmmaker John Frame plans each shot with incredible precision and then takes it. Then he plans his next shot. He tells producer Phoebe Judge what inspired him to begin his stop-motion project. See some of his work here.
Joe Penna is an online video sensation known as the "Mystery Guitar Man." Also - Rabiah Seminole remembers the day John Lennon was shot. Plus - checking in with former football player Don Henson who dreamed of becoming a professor.
Rashod Ollison was 6 years old when Michael Jackson's Thriller came out. He'll never forget the day his mom brought the album home. He and his sisters played it on a special record player that sprayed rainbow lights across the walls and brought joy into their house.
All musician Matt Arbogast knew about his grandfather, Paul Arbogast, was that Paul died as a young man after serving in World War II, and that his grandmother, Julia, never remarried. Then Matt came into possession of letters Paul had written to Julia between 1943 and 1945. Matt was electrified with the idea of making an album based on the letters. Also on the show: a 94 year-old's run for U.S. Senate.
Christine Byl spent more than ten years clearing trails and building rock walls as a seasonal worker in Glacier National and Denali National Parks. She talks with Phoebe Judge about her new book, Dirt Work: An Education in the Woods.
The rapper Invincible recently lobbied successfully for MTV-U to air her independent video, Ropes. The song is controversial because it deals with suicide and depression. Also, we asked listeners to call in with stories of how participating in the electoral process can make a difference personally. Today, two stories, both from young voters.And, Kristen Edsall's story of being conned.