A Street Fight Leads To Love
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Sean Lennon And Yoko Ono: DNA Memory
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Ellene Montagne decided at 10 she wanted to be a pilot. She's pictured here in 1947 near Fort Belvoir, Va., where she learned how to fly at a local airport. Courtesy of Michael Montagne hide caption

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Radio Host's Mom Recounts Nebraska Childhood
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Doctor And Son: A Tradition Of Service
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NPR's Guy Raz and Robert Siegel chat about Siegel's first days in radio. Friday is the National Day of Listening, a chance to sit down with a loved one, turn on a tape recorder, and ask that person about his life. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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A Riot Sparks Robert Siegel's Love For Radio
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A Time To Listen: The Day I Became A Dad
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A Last Conversation With Daniel Schorr
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Scott Macaulay has hosted a dinner for anyone who needs a place to go for Thanksgiving for the past 25 years. StoryCorps hide caption

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One Man's Yearly Thanksgiving Dinner For Strangers
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Vets Of Army's Mortuary Unit Bear Unique Burden
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Showaye Selassie (left) and her friend, Susan Greenfield. At StoryCorps in New York City, Selassie told Greenfield that her mom, who was schizophrenic, is one of the most interesting people she will ever meet. StoryCorps hide caption

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Growing Up With A Schizophrenic Mom
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Ninety-year-old Sid Radner has had a lifelong fascination with Harry Houdini and tries to contact the escape artist and magician every year on Halloween at the Official Houdini Seance. StoryCorps hide caption

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Beyond The Grave: Contacting Houdini
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A Son Grows Thankful For His Father's Tough Love
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David Wilson was one of the first to tie the knot in Massachusetts in 2004 after same-sex marriage became legal in the state. StoryCorps hide caption

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One Man's Fight For A Same-Sex Marriage Law
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John Kane and his daughter, Sally, visited StoryCorps in Paonia, Colo. Kane, a  U.S. District Court judge, was appointed to the bench by President Carter in 1977. Courtesy of StoryCorps hide caption

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Judge To Other Judges: Shut Up And Listen
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