We honor a former guest, Lindy Linenberger, who survived the Great Depression and Dust Bowl. Lindy died this past summer at the age of 88.
Elmer "Lindy" Linenberger saw a lot of hard times as a kid. He lived through the Dust Bowl years in Kansas. Also in this episode, Amber Dawn tells the story of a stranger living in her crawl space.
One of Martin Luther King’s close side aides at the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Dorothy Cotton speaks in this series “Searching for Change. ”
We hear from a listener who brought a house and found an unexpected connection to her family.
British farmer David Cundall has spent the past 17 years searching for buried spitfire airplanes.
Mayan activist Cristina Coc tells about growing up with the Mayan calendar.
A Lebanese-American who made an award-winning film about a Detroit gas station.
The rules for living next door to a gangster.
Ray Materson tells the story of how he began to embroider tiny images while he was serving a robbery sentence in prison.
Kirk Lombard finds more fish hidden under rocks and off city docks than he does dropping a line the traditional way.
We listen to a radio diary of US Olympic boxing team member Claressa Shields. Radio Diaries produced this portrait.
A Kuwati woman whose art show depicted Arab men drinking, smoking and playing cards – and got shut down.
James Holzrichter became a reluctant whistleblower after finding evidence of misconduct by his employer, Northrop Grumman. He became a pariah in his field, and eventually found himself unemployed and homeless.
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