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"Welcome to the CPL, life in a nutshell. Could be heaven, could be hell."
On Wilson Creek, neighbors grapple with a tough choice: saving land or livelihood?
While community opposition to the mine grows, friends still argue over what's best.
Beverly May worries that no one will speak up to mining interests at a public hearing.
While voices opposed to the mining prevail, Terry Ratliff describes the victory as bittersweet.
Step into a virtual mining town in Second Life.
Life in a small town is anything but small.
Judicial candidate Don Luce records a campaign message.
A barber shop patron describes the rhythms and routines of small town living.
Even a DUI arrest is an amiable encounter in Sydney, Ohio.
Both gospel service and creekside chatter give the town it's rhythms and refrains.
In the midst of mid-life crises, an all-male synchronized swim team is born.
The team struggles with "the Lift" in order to take it to the next level.
Are the members of the Stockholm Arts Swim Gents "man" enough to give up wetsuits?
Synchronized swimming is offered as the answer to existential angst.
On the championship tour, friendships flourish and stereotypes are dispelled.
Follow three, homeless teenagers as they struggle to survive on the streets of Haiti.
Filthy streets and beaches jeopardize the health of Denick and his friends.
Homeless youth in Haiti are twice-orphaned: first from family, then by government.
For Nickenson, a hard life has left him scarred, with little hope.
How has the earthquake impacted the already dire lives of Haiti's orphans?
The Spirit of Goodwill Band lets differently-abled musicians shine.
Bandleader Javier Pena coaches trombone player Jary through a rough patch in practice.
Percussionist Melissa's mother has no regrets about how she raised her daughter.
Despite a difficult childhood, soprano Nancy enjoys her work and life today.
What's happened to the Spirit of Goodwill band musicians since their big performance?
Joisel recounts the thrill of his first creation and the years it took to achieve it.
For Joisel, choosing origami as his medium was a bit like falling in love.
From Tolkein to Dungeons & Dragons, Joisel often found inspiration in the fantastical.
For Joisel, his creations were like children, and parting with them cause for suffering.
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