Dick begins the week with author DW Gibson, whose book, Not Working, introduces us to unemployed men and women and their stories.
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.
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.
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.
Cathy N. Davidson, of Duke University, on why distraction is a good thing.
When she was 12, Brittany McArdle left a note on a plane. Years later, she learned through the public art blog Postsecret that it had inspired a wedding proposal.
Two stories from our friends at StoryCorps. One family migrates to Detroit in the 1940's. And a single mother raises 6 children and her son asks her how she did it.
Writer Alexandra Fuller told her husband she wanted to leave. Minutes later, he had a terrible accident and the end of her relationship became entwined with the accident.
Bruce Cochrane sold his family's furniture factorywhen he realized he could not compete with the low-priced furniture coming from Asia.
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