Intern Edition Summer 2004
 

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Alleycat Racing
There's more to bike racing than the Tour de France. Some bike messengers organize and compete in their own races called "alley cats." They're not sanctioned by the police. They're in live traffic. And they rely on a special blend of speed, navigational skill and humor.
Reporter: Mac Henry
Editor: Neda Ulaby
Producer: Molly Samuel

Arabs and Americans Find Common Ground Through Music
In the hottest big-city clubs, Arabic music is making its mark. Reporter Rana Sweis finds out why finding musical connections could mean something more than just a catchy beat.
Reporter: Rana Sweis
Editor: Felix Contreras
Producer: Rachel Guberman

Interview with "This Divided State" documentary film director Steven Greenstreet
Host Amy Gray Piper sits down with the film's director. The documentary chronicles Michael Moore's controversial visit to Utah Valley State College, where one citizen offered the school $25,000 to 'dis-invite' Moore.
Reporter: Amy Gray Piper
Producer: Laura Bissett Weiss

Punk Rock in the Heart of Kentucky
Intern Edition reporter Molly Samuel took a road trip to the town Whitesburg, Kentucky, where the radio show "Ska, Punk and Other Junk," is finding fans in unexpected ways.
Reporter: Molly Samuel
Editor: Neda Ulaby
Producer: Mac Henry

And They Just Keep Cheering
Veronica Miller takes a trip to the arena to solve the ultimate Howard University riddle: If the basketball team has a 5-23 record, why are the bleachers continually packed?
Reporter: Veronica Miller
Producer: Nadea Mina

To Chase and Be Chased by the Paparazzi
When Leticia Makin went to London to shadow a paparazzi photographer, she expected to get the inside scoop on the profession. She ended up learning more about her own.
Reporter: Leticia Makin
Editor: Laura Bissett Weiss
Producer: Rachel Guberman




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