June 17, 2006 Teddy Atlas got his start in boxing by brawling on the street. In his new memoir, the ESPN commentator recounts his career as a boxing trainer and his father's role in shaping that career.
June 16, 2006 For George Caywood, 67, the challenge of raising four daughters was made harder by his struggle with depression. His oldest daughter recently interviewed him at a StoryCorps booth in Los Angeles.
June 14, 2006 In an interview with NPR.org — just in time for Father's Day — noted sportswriter Christine Brennan reflects on a father who taught her to throw a tight spiral... and advised her that "life ain't no dress rehearsal."
June 14, 2006 Breakfast in bed isn't just for moms anymore. Forget about the tie this Father's Day. Betsy Block shares a recipe that even the little ones can whip up for a tasty, simple morning meal for Dad.
March 15, 2006 A new Little League season is beginning, but it can be a hard-knock life. Recently Al Lazard and his 11-year-old son Armando sat down for a frank conversation. It began with a question from Armando: "Dad, tell me the truth, why did you cut me off the team?"
January 13, 2006 Mozart's relationship with his father was one of love and mutual respect, but not subservience. Scholars Neal Zaslaw and Jane Glover explore the relationship. Music includes a sonata for piano and violin, intrigue from The Marriage of Figaro and a piano concerto.
August 13, 2005 John Richardson Jr.'s father was CIA station chief in Saigon in the early 1960s. But the senior Richardson said little about his job until late in life. His son builds on the recollections for an "investigative memoir."
June 18, 2004 Poet Billy Collins shares memories of his father's puckish spirit as part of the StoryCorps national oral history project. Hear Collins' conversation with friend Nancy Cobb, recorded in a booth at New York City's Grand Central Terminal.