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Michael Ellis has bought a new house. But if he's learned anything, it's that home is defined by people, not things.
Americans think of their country as brash and noisy. But growing up in cacophonous India, Ramya Sethuraman finds America eerily quiet.
Many adults have a phobia about public speaking, but Marilyn Englander finds that teaching it is a great way to educate kids about almost anything.
Remembering the past is vital to the future, but Jeremy Friedlander says San Francisco's landmark City Hall just makes history pretty and nice.
With just a little effort, Jason Zweiback turns the night sky into an other-worldly experience.
A summer math camp is dominated by Asian boys because...well, because. But one of them, Marjorie Sayer knows, is really a promising writer.
As he transitions to being male, Youth Radio's Cole Carman wrestles with whether to retain any part of his female identity.
A day at the neighborhood pool reminds Kevin Bendemire why all the hard work of parenting is more than worth it.
Archaeologist Mike Newland sees the life force in relict plants, gamely surviving harsh conditions.
While driving her daughter back to college, D'Anne McFarlane learns it's time to let her daughter take the wheel of her own life.