A marine company is debriefed before battle.
For one marine, a parking lot becomes a battleground.
Appreciation for a returning veteran.
The everyday enchantment of circus children.
For a circus family, life is a balancing act.
Remembering the ringmaster who started it all.
Appreciating the animal that symbolizes the American West.
Nearing extinction, the buffalo was hunted for posterity.
Connected by karma, two nomads become soul mates.
Hardship and heartbreak threaten the bonds of one nomadic family.
Seasons define the lives of the Tibetan nomads.
Jessie Little Doe describes her initial resistance to working with a white linguist.
The Wampanoag people are recovering ancestral stories and writing original songs in their language.
A new generation is breathing life into what was once thought to be a lost language.
Desperately seeking Southern hospitality.
No pride in prejudice.
Finding common ground through discrimination.
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.”
The Parish prepares for Christmas midnight Mass.
The racial divide in Lawrence extends even to the homeless.
Sometimes racial tension boils over into violence.
"It was obviously the dirtiest coal-fired plant in the West."