Filthy streets and beaches jeopardize the health of Denick and his friends.
Homeless youth in Haiti are twice-orphaned: first from family, then by government.
For Nickenson, a hard life has left him scarred, with little hope.
The team struggles with "the Lift" in order to take it to the next level.
Are the members of the Stockholm Arts Swim Gents "man" enough to give up wetsuits?
Synchronized swimming is offered as the answer to existential angst.
Judicial candidate Don Luce records a campaign message.
A barber shop patron describes the rhythms and routines of small town living.
Even a DUI arrest is an amiable encounter in Sydney, Ohio.
While community opposition to the mine grows, friends still argue over what's best.
Beverly May worries that no one will speak up to mining interests at a public hearing.
While voices opposed to the mining prevail, Terry Ratliff describes the victory as bittersweet.
“People were definitely considering the existential implications of the job.”
“That’s kind of where the evening can turn good or bad a lot of the time.”
“I bought the car. How could there not be a place to park it? Surely, it comes with a parking space.”
“Five minutes before he died I held his hand and requested him to come back as a reincarnation.”
“We must find his unmistaken reincarnation, someone who will continue his kind deeds.”
A monk searches in the deep, rural valleys of Tibet for the reincarnation of Geshe-La.
“We were never invited to the table. We have a right to be part of the community-driven process.”
“Why did you put this ... where people don’t speak the language, so you think they can’t protest?”
“Go get all of ... the food and we will cook it together and eat as a community.”
“Origami is a metamorphic art form; You don’t add to it [or] take away from it, you change it.”
Not all origami must be representative. There can be beauty in a single crease.
“When you put a crease in a piece of paper, you’re essentially changing the memory of that piece.”
"All of the dogs and cats you see here are the family member that hasn’t been found yet."
"That dog meant so much to us until it’s ridiculous."
"After Bealice died, it was Bandit and me in this big house."
The Parish prepares for Christmas midnight Mass.
The racial divide in Lawrence extends even to the homeless.
Sometimes racial tension boils over into violence.