Producer Katie Davis takes a group of Washington D.C. kids on a walk a block from their city neighborhood. They see things they’d never seen before and at first hate the hike and then create myths about it.
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The farm manager of a small Vermont college talks about the school’s decision to slaughter an aging ox - and the protests that followed.
We visit another fixture of major cities -- rooftop water tanks. Meet some of the people who repair the iconic structures.
Days after the Boston Marathon bombings, Magomed Imakaev’s seven-year-old daughter asked him a question that he didn’t know how to answer: “Dad, did you hear that the two bombers were Chechen?”
After September 11th, a chef sold her restaurant in California and moved to New York.
A Queens man who saved six of his neighbors from fire.
Sean explores the history of several Massachusetts towns that were taken over to create a reservoir.
Jordan Patrick Austin Teklay emancipated himself from his mother, with whom he was constantly at odds, at the young age of 15.
Eric Leinung was twelve when his brother, Paul, went to work on the 100th floor of the World Trade Center on 9/11.
An update from Bob Stewart, a firefighter and arcade owner from hurricane-stricken Seaside Heights, NJ
A New York teen gets advice from her gay uncle on coming out,
For the first time in decades, no wolf pups were born on Michigan’s Isle Royale. Now, investigators are trying to decide whether to intervene or let nature take its course.
Contributor Jay Allison on the awe and fear snakes inspire.
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