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Shatzie Crouch and her late husband Hondo were among the group that bought Luckenbach in 1970, founding a musical and… Read more.
Originally a trading post and meeting place for the ranching folks in the area, Luckenbach also hosted shooting competitions and… Read more.
StoryCorps returns to Texas hill country for a day of field recording in Luckenbach Texas. It ain’t a big place,… Read more.
After 3 busy weeks in Durham, the StoryCorps Mobile booth travelled to the beautiful campus of UNC Chapel Hill for… Read more.
Pearl Cox and her mother, Mrs. Pease, run the House of Elegance in East Austin. More than a beauty salon,… Read more.
After Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans native Abe Louise Young founded Alive in Truth, a project where caring Austin citizens listen… Read more.
While StoryCorps participant Kathie Goldsmith gets ready for her interview, her daughter, Willow, gets ready for her close-up.
Big Chief Kevin Goodman of the Mardi Gras Indians grew up hand-sewing costumes in New Orleans. The Mardi Gras Indians… Read more.
StoryCorps facilitators Veronica Ordaz and Jonah Engle visited Durham’s JJ Henderson Housing Center. 90-year old Mildred Gattis who has lived… Read more.
Local singer/songwriter, Danny Terry, takes requests at the bar behind the Luckenbach Post Office. Our best pick: “I Ain’t Really… Read more.