Our third story in today's show comes from an Executive Chef at a country club in Greenwich, Connecticut, who says he can't find people to take the jobs that he has open.
Glen Creason, the map librarian at the Los Angeles Public Library, finds so many maps in one house, he doubles the library’s collection.
PhotographerGeorge Steinmetz has found a way to fly and glide above deserts and vast wild spaces to photograph the landscapes.
Todd Melby takes us on an audio tour of the boom towns in the oil fields of North Dakota.
A reading from Allan Gurganus.
Writer Ann Hood tells Dick about her Italian-American family’s rowdy Thanksgiving dinners.
Listener voicemail stories about politics getting personal.
How "Doop" Duprie is making and selling pie out of a dive bar in Detroit.
Producer Jake Warga decides to travel by train and bus through the West Coast, and take his tape recorder with him.
Dick sits down with Doc Hendley, of the group Wine to Water, and talks about his transition from bartending in North Carolina to working to bring clean water to people in Darfur.
Deardra Green-Campbell was searching the internet for information on her great, great, great grandmother and found a house where her distant relative had lived as a slave.
Christine Myrick lost her high-level management position with the government in Kansas City, Missouri, and now works an entry-level job at a bank.
Bridgette Lacy lost her government job and created a new career for herself.
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