Andy Bystrom deployed to Afghanistan with the U.S. Navy Reserves. He went on hundreds of convoys during his deployment. These days, Andy teaches in South Central Los Angeles, and he decided to write and produce a rap song about his time at war.
When two women share a kitchen, holiday or not, bonds can become closer, or they can fray. Allison Vogt's mother-in-law Ruth moved into Allison's home, and the two women shared stories...and a kitchen.
Pete Ferrell is a fourth generation rancher, and sees himself as a steward of the land rather than a property owner. Since the late 1800s, his family has found ways to harness wind power. Now Pete has turned half his ranch into a wind farm. He tells Dick Gordon about the opposition he encountered along the way.
Comedian Alaudin Ullah’s parents are Bengali, and were among the many East Indian and Bangladeshi immigrants who moved to New York at the turn of the 20th century. Alaudin has been exploring the lost history of his old neighborhood, often called “Bengali Harlem.”