We hear from Martin Luther King Jr. about his first realization, as a boy, that blacks and whites were treated differently. He speaks about the Montgomery Bus Boycott with fellow civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy.
Knife maker Joel Bukiewicz on shaping the steel and his passion for his shop, Cut Brooklyn.
We go on a tour of an abandoned geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller.
After his job was eliminated, Dominick Brocato spent two years looking for work.
Stories of perfect hills covered in snow and ice and sledding all the way down.
Writer Ann Hood tells Dick about her Italian-American family’s rowdy Thanksgiving dinners.
Dick speaks to Nick Berry, a bike messenger in Manhattan, shortly after the storm.
In high school, Mike Baab worked as an undercover liquor operative for the Washington State Liquor Control Board.
Brad Tobin, a teacher from the closest high school to the shooting in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater last month, talks about helping students cope with trauma.
Kevin Williams tells The Story's Phoebe Judge how he convinced this Amish family to write about themselves, and the trouble of making a newspaper column without electricity.
Phil Connors has been fire spotting on the edge of the Gila National Forest since 2002, he tells us about the summer's mega-fires.
An audio-collage of inaugural addresses dating back to the first-ever recorded. Can you guess who was first?
Dick speaks with Lt. Col. James C. Warren about the black officers of the WWII bombardment group who stood up to the U.S. Army Airforce pushing for equal treatment.
The voice of a freed slave from the archives of the Library of Congress.
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