Its luster had been dulled by the dust of many decades. The future of its very existence was in doubt until one man saw it for what it could be. Against all advice he took a chance and bought the Stetson Mansion in DeLand, Florida.
Many of us have been touched by the war in the Gulf. Imagine how many more were affected by WWII. Veterans of that war are dying off at a rate of 1,100 a day. Take a moment to watch one vet tell his story.
He was born 84 days after his father, the Big Bopper, died in a plane crash with Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens. Now, decades later, Jay P. Richardson is reliving his father’s dream and following his footsteps as the Big Bopper Jr.
After watching our coverage of the attempt to shatter a kazoo world record, a man became incensed, irate and insulted. Not by our story, but by the event itself! Did it make a mockery of great kazoo icons of the past? Here’s his side.
Many of us collect and proudly display treasured objects because of their special significance. The legendary Roger McGuinn collects small transistor radios. The Byrds’ founder describes how a childhood gift changed his life and inspired music history.
We all have a tale to tell, and that’s the premise of NPR’s Story Corps. We take you inside an amped up Airstream that’s a one-of-a-kind time capsule and it’s helping people across the U.S. leave a priceless legacy for future generations.
The man who bellowed one of TV’s most beloved phrases night after night takes GB on a journey through the history of the small screen.
Did you break a piece of your grandmother’s “irreplaceable” china? Not to worry. Slippery fingers, rejoice: there’s a place for people like us.
Remember when phones actually rang instead of playing a song or beeping? Check out these gems and find out what your old phone is worth.
With skill and a meticulous attention to detail, a man shows Growing Bolder how a passion can result in historical keepsakes.