A mother and her sons consider how the toughest moments in their lives together have changed them.
Atlanta, GA – We're looking back to some of our favorite StoryCorps-Atlanta stories of this year. Here's a conversation from January 2011?between Skelly Holmbeck and her sons, Paul Pelham, aged 10 and Thomas Pelham III, aged 12. The three moved to Florida after Skelly's divorce, but came to Atlanta's StoryCorps booth for this conversation.
You Had Your Say on the gifts you most treasured as a child
Atlanta, Ga – As Christmas day approaches, you or maybe your children may be thinking about that special something they're hoping for this year. This week, City Caf? asked you to Have Your Say on a special gift that you most wanted to receive as a child.
Marietta's Theater on the Square presents The 1940s Radio Hour, a stage-comedy about a ragtag radio theater company from that golden era.
Atlanta, GA – The day of radio dramas like Tales of the Texas Rangers and Fibber McGee and Molly may be long past. But for more than two decades, with one hiatus, Marietta's Theater on the Square has presented The 1940s Radio Hour, a stage comedy about a ragtag radio theater company from that golden era.
Atlanta, GA – Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" has been a holiday mainstay at the Alliance Theater for nearly two decades. The elaborate production, anchored by Chris Kayser as Ebeneezer Scrooge, features a cast of all ages, song and dance, and characters appearing from thin air or flying around the stage as the story leads us through the miserly Scrooge's Christmases past, present and future. WABE's David Barasoain gives us this rare behind the curtain view of A Christmas Carol.
A holiday favorite: The truth about cold winter days collecting money in front of malls.
Atlanta, GA – For this week's StoryCorps Atlanta, we return to a seasonal favorite. Anthony Knight interviewed a trio of Salvation Army Bell Ringers. 79-year old Maryann Gillespie, her granddaughter Audra Macon, and their friend, Liddy Chatham had volunteered for ten years. Maryann began the conversation.