via Rachel Otwell of WUIS: Mbanna Kantako was born in Memphis. His family moved to central Illinois when he was young and he studied at the School For The Blind in Jacksonville. Kantako was involved in activism on the east of Springfield, where he… [READ MORE] Read More
via KCRW’s podcast “Strangers” A booker for a TV court show shares the highs and lows from the merry-go-round of daytime justice. See more photos here.
Produced by Ari Daniel Shapiro. Photography by Amanda Kowalski. Reposted from Tablet. The Frum Farmer from Tablet Magazine on Vimeo. …To learn more about the milk that is at the heart of Shavuot, Tablet Magazine visited Bill Berman’s farm in Okeechobee, Fla., which produces about 18,000… [READ MORE] Read More
via Jed Kim and the Madeleine Brand show Anyone who’s been applying for work knows the job market has been bleak these past few years. What effect has that had on those dream jobs we said we wanted when we… [READ MORE] Read More
via radio producer Mary Helen Miller at WUTC Justine Jones owns Ashanti Hair Design in East Chattanooga. She starts by analyzing her customers’ hair and face shape, and sometimes they give her instructions as simple as, “Tina, just go for… [READ MORE] Read More
via radio producer Mary Helen Miller at WUTC Reginald Cousin, owner of Kenton Shoe Shop on Broad Street, has been in the shoe repair business since 1959. He says, “Once you learn how to fix a shoe, you can always fix… [READ MORE] Read More