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What’s the soundtrack to your life?

Greetings from Macon, GA! Our first week here we had the opportunity to not only listen to stories in the… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 13, 2011.

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A Forgotten Past…and a Love Story?

It may be too late to say ‘Happy New Year,’ but it is the perfect time to congratulate the Institute… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 10, 2011.

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El Puente Scholars in Action

Last month, StoryCorps Facilitator Mitra Bonshahi and I went to Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY, to visit El Puente, a community… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 8, 2011.

Abandonded Asylums and Defenestrated Cassava

In November 2010 my co-Facilitator, Matt Herman, and I set up a Door-to-Door recording day at Youth Insights at the… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 4, 2011.

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“And When You Hear This, Isabela…”

The San Francisco StoryCorps team has now had the privilege of doing two recording days with families at the Mission… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 2, 2011.

StoryCorps Provides ALTERNAtivas

Atlernativas, or alternatives in English, is what StoryCorps frequently provides for many of its tens-of-thousands of participants. Since its founding,… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on March 1, 2011.

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“It was like ‘Jaws’… a huge triangle of teeth coming right at me”

Eric Wiberg walked into the New York StoryBooth without an interview partner. Looking back on it, I’m not sure anyone… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on February 28, 2011.

But We’ll Fail, Too

Kian Goh (L) and her girlfriend and life partner Tamiko Beyer (R) visited StoryCorps’s Brooklyn office for a National Day… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on February 25, 2011.

Stitching Our Stories Together

First created almost 25 years ago, the AIDS Memorial Quilt, and it’s parent organization, The Names Project, have come to… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on February 24, 2011.

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From Wall Street to Working for the Homeless

Former StoryCorps Facilitator and Pat Estess and her husband Gene Estess came to the StoryBooth in Foley Square to talk… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on February 23, 2011.

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