Dick Gordon speaks with longtime Boston Marathon announcer and runner Kathrine Switzer. She was covering the event on Monday and witnessed the explosions. She says the event may have been targeted because it is a symbol of freedom.
Dianne Reinhardt runs a small artisan bakery outside of Atlanta, and she's thriving despite the bad economy. She says she runs her business like a family budget: she doesn't spend money she doesn't have. When the price of an ingredient goes up, she simply cuts it out of the recipe - or she makes smaller loaves.
Thomas Buergenthal was a judge in the International Court, and when he was a young boy, he was a victim of Holocaust atrocities. Also in this episode, Harry Bernstein wrote his first memoir at age 97. He's now 100. Plus, Sue Perna.
Daederick Ford is a high school senior from Houston's Wheatley High. He has lived with his mom, his dad, his grandfather, and for a short time at the local park. Despite not having a steady home, Daederick is hoping that the college scouts will give him a look. Also in this show: A Long Ride Home
This week marks the start of baseball's Spring Training, and the 10th anniversary of the death of a baseball legend, Joe DiMaggio. Dave Webber is a sportscaster who met Joe DiMaggio a few years before DiMaggio passed away.
Dawn Vieyra and Jorge Lopez love watching their LA Dodgers in person. But with the ups and downs in the economy, they've had to get creative in funding their shared passion. So they pick up bottles and cans at home games. Also in this episode, Andy Filer is on a mission: he wants to photograph every "map on the dot" in North Dakota.