Detroit's chief storyteller says it's time to talk to about neighborhoods that persevered

Jul 24, 2017
Aaron Foley says there are "680,000 stories waiting to be told. Not all of them come from downtown."
Aaron Foley says he heard about the Detroit race riots at home, and “hardly anybody wanted to really go in depth and talk about.” Above, a group of men in Detroit construct a barricade to keep their street safe during the 1967 riots.
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Wally Lamb's new novel is like a super enhanced e-book

Nov 21, 2016
Lamb's new novel “I’ll Take You There” is out as a digital app by Metabook.
Wally Lamb in the recording studio, laying down some Voice Overs for the "I'll Take You There" Metabook.
Kyle Makrauer
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Bryan Cranston: actor, producer, author....and chicken farmer?

Oct 12, 2016
Cranston discusses his best-known roles — including Walter White — as well as his troubled childhood.
Bryan Cranston attends The 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 30, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
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Lucy Jones on why scientists need to craft stories

Jun 16, 2015
The seismologist explains how using narratives can get your message across.

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