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The Cancer Curmudgeon Speaks: “Cancer is Not a Gift”

When Julia Anne Bourne was diagnosed with cancer, she got mad. Then, she got busy raising awareness and money for… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on May 13, 2010.

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Tell me, when do you feel most married?

In San Francisco, we have a new outreach partnership with Marriage Equality USA’s LOVING Quilt Project. The LOVING Quilt Project,… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on May 11, 2010.

Celebrate Strings!

I have always been an avid singer–a choir geek through and through. Being on the road with the Mobile Booths… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on May 10, 2010.

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Dayton, Day One

After driving two days from New Orleans, MobileEast arrived in Dayton, Ohio where Supervisor Whitney Henry-Lester, seasoned Facilitator Jeremy Helton,… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on May 8, 2010.

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The Biggest Little City in the World

After bidding farewell to sunny Fresno, CA MobileBooth West traversed the Sierra Nevada and Donner Pass to land safely in… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on May 7, 2010.

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Mom

Remember that time when you were little and snuck out of the house to visit the corner store for a… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on May 6, 2010.

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Two Days At Angola

During our recent stop in Louisiana, the Mobile East Team closed our Booth in New Orleans for two days and… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on May 4, 2010.

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Will You Marry Me?

There is one great question that does not appear on StoryCorps Great Question list: “Will you marry me?” I’ve twice… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on April 19, 2010.

The Sisters of SACNAS

Good friends Maria Mouchess and Patty Garcia could be sisters. In fact, if you were to see them together there… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on April 16, 2010.

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Memories of Chelsea

StoryCorps Door-to-Door travels all over the country recording the stories of everyday Americans; however, sometimes we prefer to stay right… Read more.

Posted by StoryCorps on April 15, 2010.

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