Depending on your age, this will either be a "trip" down memory lane, or a history lesson
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This time we profile some non-profits doing fine work. We also teach you how to sound like Chewbacca.
To raise awareness over Breast Cancer, some of today's top musicians have recorded a song written by an eight-year old boy. We'll tell you how it all came to be.
A man takes a dog from a homeless girl. Another man explores an off-limits area of Alcatraz. These and of stories of people doing stuff without permission are featured in this episode.
Members of the autism community weigh in on support systems. We also visit with Steve Silberman, author of the new book, "NeuroTribes."
Cheech Marin and Ken Kesey's granddaughter make guest appearances in this episode.
Drinking game: Every time the Indigo Girls sings "gonna get out of bed grab a hammer and a nail," drink.
Tales of drug busts, coups, riots, diverted flights, tsunamis, and bad soccer coaching.
From a broken leg, to cancer, to growing up gay, we look at the ways people deal with adversity.
This one's about the relationship we have with our vehicles and driving. Let's just say, it's complicated.
Find out what happens when we encounter people who are very different from us.
Life stories brought to stage, and the people who bring 'em.
Our search for good baseball stories takes us to a bar, a college classroom, a supermarket parking lot, and the left field bleachers at Dodger Stadium.
Man Saves Dog, and other tales of people "doing good."
Audio from our podcast launch show, April 4th, at the Bazaar Cafe in San Francisco. Peter was joined by musicians Heather Combs and John Elliott for an evening of music and storytelling.
Musicians (including Tom Waits, Bonnie Raitt, and Mark Mothersbaugh) weigh in on the magic of discovering music at an early age.