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  • Title: Sound Portraits Productions
    Descriptive info: .. email this page.. on-air.. |.. in-print.. about.. education.. support.. store.. StoryCorps.. Inspiring Americans to collect one another's stories in sound.. Participate at.. net.. Apr.. 16.. 2008.. The US Supreme today upheld a three-drug cocktail method for conducting lethal injections.. Hear the story of.. Carol Weihrer.. , whose experience of awakening during an eye operation some say mirrors the possible risks of lethal injection as a form of capital punishment.. Oct.. 15.. 2007.. We were saddened to hear of the passing of Rev.. Robert Shields, author of the.. Worlds Longest Diary.. , on October 15, 2007.. Rev.. Shields stopped compiling his diary in 1997, after suffering a stroke, but never lost his humor or spark.. He is survived by his wife Grace and three daughters.. He was a beloved member of the Sound Portraits family, and we send our heartfelt condolences to the Shields family.. Aug.. 22.. Herta Freiberg, who along with her family, heroically hid Siegbert Freiberg from the Nazis during World War II, died quietly in her sleep last night.. She was 96 years old and lived in New Jersey.. Siegbert and Herta were the subjects of our Yiddish Radio Project program.. "Reunion.. ".. Siegbert passed away on April 20, 2002.. Their courage, love and devotion will inspire us always.. Jun.. 26.. The famed Cyclone roller coaster turns 80 years old today.. Meet the the Cyclone's devoted repairman Walter Williams in the radio documentary.. Coney Island.. Read.. more news.. or sign up for our monthly.. e-mail update.. My Last Mile.. Forty years ago, photographer Danny Lyon was granted unprecedented access to the Texas prison system, where he met inmate Billy McCune.. These tapes were recorded by  ...   Broker (1990).. Dinosaur Gardens (1993).. Folksbiene Yiddish Theater (1996).. Fountain Hughes, Former Slave (1997).. Foxhunters (1993).. George Knox, Hypnotherapist (2003).. George Stinney, Youngest Executed (2004).. Ghetto Life 101 (1993).. Harold Cotton, Hat Blocker (1996).. High-School Moms (1992).. Hula Ville (1993).. Hunan Chef (1992).. Jack Aeby, Atom-Bomb Photographer (2005).. Jefferson County Gospel Quartets (1992).. Jim Bishop, Castle Builder (1994).. Joe Franklin (1991).. Joe Vitacco, Freelance Embalmer (2004).. Julius Howell, Civil War General (2005).. Kaleria Palchikoff Drago, Witness to the Atom Bomb (2005).. Kipperman's Pawnshop (1993).. Last Day at the Automat (1991).. Looking for Mary (1997).. Marine Valentines (2000).. Miguel Algarín, Nuyorican Poet (1998).. Mississippi Jews (1991).. Museum of Jurassic Technology (1996).. My Last Mile (2007).. My Lobotomy (2005).. Northlandz (2004).. Paralyzed (2004).. Parents at an Execution (2003).. Red Mike's Band (2004).. Reggie Jones, Lifeguard (1996).. Remembering Kitty Genovese (2004).. Remembering Stonewall (1989).. Remorse: The 14 Stories of Eric Morse (1996).. Robert Shields, World's Longest Diary (1994).. Stephen Fybish, Weather Historian (2001).. Strates Carnival (2002).. The Day after Pearl Harbor (2000).. The Execution Tapes (2001).. The Gods of Times Square (1994).. The Ground We Lived On (2006).. The Jewish Giant (1999).. The Last Elevator (2003).. The Sunshine Hotel (1998).. They Shall Take Up Serpents (1992).. Tossing Away the Keys (1990).. Under the Roller Coaster (2001).. Ward 2-West (1991).. Weegee (2000).. William Feehan, Fire Chief (2001).. Willie Young, Rabbit Hunter (2003).. Witness to an Execution (2000).. Woody Guthrie (1996).. Woolworth's Lunch-Counter Waitress (1993).. Yiddish Radio Project (2002).. Youth Portraits Series (2002).. Sound Portraits Productions, 80 Hanson Place, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11217.. Telephone (646) 723-7020 | Fax (646) 723-7026.. This site is made possible with funding from the.. Corporation for Public Broadcasting..

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  • Title: Radio Documentaries by Sound Portraits
    Descriptive info: home.. ON-AIR.. An archive of Sound Portraits radio documentaries.. [.. FEATURE DOCUMENTARIES.. AMERICAN TALKERS.. SHORTS.. ].. (2007).. [7:57].. The Ground We Lived On.. (2006).. Journalist Adrian Nicole LeBlanc faces mortality and loss in recordings she made during the last months of her father's life.. [11:31].. My Lobotomy.. (2005).. A groundbreaking documentary narrated by Howard Dully, a patient who received an "ice pick" lobotomy at age 12.. [22:00].. Yiddish Radio Project.. (2002).. All that remains of the golden age of Yiddish radio are one thousand recordings, miraculously rescued from garbage cans and attics.. But the story they tell!.. Youth Portraits Series.. Stories by young people who served time on Rikers Island.. The Execution Tapes.. (2001).. The historic broadcast of executions tape-recorded by the Georgia Department of Corrections.. [52:19].. (2000).. [22:22].. The Jewish Giant.. (1999).. An audio biography of Eddie Carmel, "The Jewish Giant," by his cousin Jenny Carchman.. [28:14].. (1998).. [23:31].. Looking for Mary.. (1997).. Beverly Donofrio's journey to sites across America where the Virgin Mary has been seen.. [23:53].. Museum of Jurassic Technology.. (1996).. Writer Lawrence Weschler's profile of this singular institution, home to spore-inhaling ants and bats that can fly through walls.. [23:11].. Remorse: The 14 Stories of Eric Morse.. LeAlan Jones and Lloyd Newman's exploration of the murder of Eric Morse, a five-year-old who was pushed to his death from a 14th-floor window by two other boys.. [39:19].. All the Way Broken.. (1995).. The audio memoirs of Iolene Catalano, a former prostitute and heroin addict.. [28:08].. The Gods of Times Square.. (1994).. Photographer Richard Sandler's exploration of religion in the bustle of Times Square.. [20:01].. (1993).. [30:16].. They Shall Take Up Serpents.. (1992).. The story of fundamentalist Christians in the Appalachian hills who handle serpent as part of their religious services.. [21:44].. Jefferson County Gospel Quartets.. The story of the birth of a cappella gospel quartets from Alabama's steel mills, told by a founding member of the Four Eagles Gospel Singers.. [25:17].. Ward 2-West.. (1991).. A profile of twenty-six men found not guilty by reason of insanity who live in the Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center in New York City.. [24:16].. Tossing Away the Keys.. (1990).. Louisiana State Penitentiary inmate Wilbert Rideau's report on fellow inmates who are serving life terms without the possibility of parole.. [25:25].. Remembering Stonewall.. (1989).. The first documentary in any medium about the Stonewall Riots, the event that sparked the gay-rights movement in the United States.. [23:03].. Kaleria Palchikoff Drago, Witness to the Atom Bomb.. The only English-language interview with an eyewitness to the Hiroshima bombing.. Jack Aeby, Atom-Bomb Photographer.. The amateur photographer tells about taking the only color photo of the first atom-bomb test.. [2:36].. Julius Howell, Civil War General.. Julius Franklin Howell remembers his experience in a Union prison camp on the morning Abraham Lincoln died.. [3:36].. Red Mike's Band.. (2004).. Recording of the last funeral played by Red Mike's Band before the death of the band's leader, Mike Acampora.. [3:00].. Barbers of Belmont.. Interviews with the barbers at the Belmont Park Racetrack.. [3:18].. Northlandz.. An interview with the creators of the world's largest model railroad.. George Stinney, Youngest Executed.. Interviews with the familes of the victim and convicted in the case of the youngest person executed in  ...   attention of the nation and, finally, his father.. [7:40].. Stephen Fybish, Weather Historian.. A profile of a man who has studied, catalogued, and memorized 130 years of New York City weather conditions.. [3:34].. The Day after Pearl Harbor.. Man-on-the-street interviews conducted the day after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.. [2:12].. Weegee.. A rare interview with renowned news photographer, recorded in 1945.. [6:35].. Marine Valentines.. Valentines recorded in 1945 by marines stationed in the South Pacific to their mothers, wives, and sweethearts back home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.. [6:31].. Charlie's Story.. The story of Charlie Geter, who has lived on New York City's Bowery for twenty-five years.. [10:48].. Miguel Algarín, Nuyorican Poet.. Nuyorican Poet's Café co-founder Miguel Algarín remembers his friend and colleague's funeral on Manhattan's Lower East Side.. [2:35].. A Letter to Butchie.. A mother's audio letters to the son she abandoned as an infant.. [5:45].. Fountain Hughes, Former Slave.. The memories of ex-slave Fountain Hughes, recorded in 1949, when he was 101 years old.. [2:41].. Folksbiene Yiddish Theater.. Two veteran actors remember their time with the longest-running Yiddish theater in the world.. [3:10].. Woody Guthrie.. The first recorded interview with the legendary folk balladeer.. [11:22].. Harold Cotton, Hat Blocker.. Harold C.. Cotton recalls his fifty plus years working in his shop in Greensboro, NC.. [2:53].. Reggie Jones, Lifeguard.. A Jones Beach lifeguard recalls some of his summers by the ocean.. [3:45].. Brewer Bell Museum.. A profile of Virginia Brewer, founder of a museum of bells that she spent her life savings to create.. [4:07].. Last Day at the Automat.. The closing of the last Horn Hardart Automat, with its rows of coin-operated compartments dispensing macaroni and cheese, baked beans, and coconut cream pies.. [4:25].. Jim Bishop, Castle Builder.. A profile of a man who has spent the past 25 years building a medieval castle in the Colorado Rockies.. [3:42].. Robert Shields, World's Longest Diary.. A profile of a man with a 35-million-word diary.. [6:14].. Woolworth's Lunch-Counter Waitress.. Geneva Tisdale, a waitress at the Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, NC, was also the first African-American to be served there.. [4:58].. Hula Ville.. A visit to this roadside desert park and its enormous billboard of a girl in a hula skirt.. [5:46].. Dinosaur Gardens.. A profile of the founder of a theme park that features "prehistoric animals in their natural habitat.. " [6:23].. Kipperman's Pawnshop.. A profile of the country's only pawnshop/wedding chapel.. [7:56].. Foxhunters.. A night of foxhunting on the Texas-Louisiana border.. [7:10].. High-School Moms.. A visit to a high school for teenage mothers by the real-life hero of the movie.. Riding in Cars with Boys.. [12:41].. Hunan Chef.. The closing day at producer David Isay's favorite Chinese restaurant in New York City.. [4:09].. Mississippi Jews.. The story of the last orthodox temple in Mississippi.. [12:14].. Joe Franklin.. A profile of the legendary talk-show host and spiritual guide to Sound Portraits Productions.. [8:06].. Cynical Santa.. Meet Eddie Surwinski, a sidewalk Santa who prefers to be known as Cynical Santa.. [5:56].. The story of Coney Island, its characters, and its amusements.. [17:40].. Dan Field, Marriage Broker.. The story of one of the country's last "old-school" matchmakers.. [3:22].. top of page.. Copyright © 2007 Sound Portraits Productions.. All rights reserved..

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  • Title: Books and Magazine Articles by Sound Portraits
    Descriptive info: IN-PRINT.. An archive of Sound Portraits books and magazine articles.. BOOKS.. MAGAZINE ARTICLES.. Milton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones.. By Dave Isay, David Miller, and Harvey Wang.. Four decades of portraits from Buffalo's inner city by photographer Milton Rogovin, with oral histories by Sound Portraits.. Flophouse.. By David Isay and Stacy Abramson.. Photographs by Harvey Wang.. chronicles the vanishing world of the flophouses along America's largest and most infamous skid row, the Bowery.. Shimmering with humanity and utterly devoid of false sentiment, the voices of residents in these shelters are a powerful reminder that even on the margins, life defies all attempts at reduction.. Our America.. By LeAlan Jones and Lloyd Newman.. with David Isay.. Photographs by John Brooks.. LeAlan Jones and Lloyd Newman, two young men living in one of the most notorious public housing projects in America, have made it their mission to be loud voices out of a dark place.. Set against stunning photographs by John Brooks, another young resident of the projects,.. evokes the unforgiving world of these two amazing young men and their struggle to survive unrelenting tragedy.. With a gift for clear-eyed journalism, they tell their own stories and the stories others, including that of Eric Morse, a five-year-old who was dropped to his death from  ...   with Kenneth MacDougall.. Based on radio documentaries by David Isay.. is unique textbook for students studying English as a second language that uses Sound Portraits radio shorts to explore the rich regional and ethnic varieties of the language.. Part of the.. Yale Language Series for English as a Second Language.. from Yale University Press.. John Michael Lamb's oral history.. New York Times Magazine.. January 2, 2000.. John Michael Lamb, the 587th death-row inmate executed since the Supreme Court upheld the death penalty in 1976, talks to David Isay and Stacy Abramson one week before his execution.. Vaughn Meader's oral history.. November 21, 1999.. Vaughn Meader, the man behind "The First Family," the musical spoof of the Kennedys that became the best-selling album in history, talks to David Isay about his life and the death of the president he had become famous for impersonating.. Maude McLeod's oral history.. September 26, 1999.. Maude McLeod, the oldest member of New York's black Hebrew community, speaks with David Isay about her faith and the skepticism it engenders.. Sylvia Rivera's oral history.. June 27, 1999.. Sylvia Rivera, a drag queen who led the charge at the Stonewall Riots when she was 17, talks to David Isay about her life since then.. Copyright 2013 Sound Portraits Productions..

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  • Title: About Sound Portraits
    Descriptive info: ABOUT.. ABOUT SOUND PORTRAITS.. COMPANY PROFILE.. BOARD OF DIRECTORS.. COMPANY NEWS.. STAFF BIOS.. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES.. CONTACT.. COMPANY PROFILE.. Sound Portraits Productions was the predecessor to the national oral-history project,.. While Sound Portraits Productions is no longer an active organization, we would like to share with you the history of this award winning not-for-profit organization and encourage you to learn more about the work of StoryCorps.. Sound Portraits Productions was first established as a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation in 1994 by MacArthur Fellow David Isay.. Sound Portraits Productions was an independent production company dedicated to telling stories that bring neglected American voices to a national audience.. Whether on the radio, in print, or on the Web, Sound Portraits was committed to producing innovative works of lasting educational, cultural, and artistic value.. Sound Portraits' radio documentaries (broadcast on NPR's All Things Considered and Weekend Edition) are audio profiles of men and women surviving in the margins.. Told with care and dignity, the work depicts the lives of Americans living in communities often neglected or misunderstood.. Sound Portraits frequently collaborates with people living in these hard-to-access corners of America, giving them tape recorders  ...   awarded funding from the MacArthur Foundation to bring the documentary Ghetto Life 101 into thousands of classrooms in collaboration with the national education outreach organization Facing History and Ourselves.. This was just the beginning of an effort to make Sound Portraits work available as a learning tool, a mission that has grown with the company.. E.. B.. White once wrote that public radio has a special duty: "To arouse our dreams, satisfy our hunger for beauty, take us on journeys and address the ideal of excellence and not the idea of acceptability.. " Sound Portraits is committed to making that vision a reality.. BOARD OF DIRECTORS.. For more information about the StoryCorps Board of Directors, please visit the.. StoryCorps website.. STAFF BIOS.. Dave Isay, Executive Producer.. Dave Isay is the founder of.. and the recipient of numerous broadcasting honors, including five Peabody Awards and a MacArthur "Genius" Fellowship.. He is the author/editor of numerous books that grew out of his public radio documentary work, including two StoryCorps books:.. Listening Is an Act of Love.. (2007) and.. Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorps.. (2010) both New York Times bestsellers..

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  • Title: Sound Portraits Education Program
    Descriptive info: EDUCATION.. SOUND PORTRAITS EDUCATION PROGRAM.. YOUTH PORTRAITS.. HOW TO RECORD.. GHETTO LIFE STUDY GUIDE.. Each of us has a story to tell -- one that holds beauty, dignity, and meaning.. Yet young people often have their stories told for them, rather than having the opportunity to speak for themselves.. Through its education programs, Sound Portraits seeks to help young people tell their own stories in their own voices:.. Youth Portraits.. Youth Portraits is an educational program in which five young people who had served time on Rikers Island worked side by side with Sound Portraits producers to create short documentaries about their lives.. Youth Portraits has its own Web site, which has excerpts of the pieces, photographs, and more information about the program:..  ...   friends and recording themselves as they went through their day.. The resulting documentary,.. , was the first program crafted in this style to air on NPR.. (along with the follow-up documentary,.. Remorse.. ) won a Peabody Award, broadcast journalism's most prestigious award, and was turned into the acclaimed book.. After the release of.. , Sound Portraits received hundreds of letters from teachers and students who wanted to learn how to make their own audio portrait.. In response, Sound Portraits collaborated with.. Facing History and Ourselves.. , an education outreach organization, to create a.. Ghetto Life 101.. study guide.. You can.. download a PDF file of the study guide.. , or contact Facing History and Ourselves for more information by calling them at (617) 232-1595..

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  • Title: Donate to StoryCorps
    Descriptive info: SUPPORT.. DONATE TO STORYCORPS.. Sound Portraits Productions was the predecessor to the national oral-history project, StoryCorps.. Your 100% tax-deductible donation today helps StoryCorps record, preserve, and share even more stories throughout the United States.. Make a secure online donation to StoryCorps:.. You may also download a.. printable contribution form.. and mail it to:.. Attn: Development Department.. 80 Hanson Place, 2nd Floor.. Brooklyn, NY 11217.. For questions about donations please contact our Development Department at 646-723-7020 x22 or.. donate@storycorps.. YOU ARE HERE:..

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  • Title: Sound Portraits Store
    Descriptive info: STORE.. Links to Web sites that sell Sound Portraits CDs, tapes, books, and MP3s.. CDS AND TAPES.. AUDIO DOWNLOADS.. All proceeds from products sales go directly toward funding more Sound Portraits documentaries and education programs.. Purchase a product using the links below and Sound Portraits will receive an even greater portion of the sale price.. Or to order by phone, call the Federal Document Clearing House at (800) 959-4228.. Many thanks for your continued support!.. CDs AND TAPES.. The Yiddish Radio Project.. All ten episodes of the.. Yiddish Radio Project.. on two CDs or cassettes.. This collection features newly recorded introductions by NPR's Scott Simon, four bonus tracks, and a beautiful twenty-page booklet with historic photos and an essay by series co-producer Henry Sapoznik about the making of the documentaries.. Soundtrack to the Yiddish Radio Project.. A musical voyage to the wonderful -- and sometimes strange -- Yiddish-radio universe of the 1930s to '50s..  ...   National Meats, and many more.. (Also available on.. cassette.. ).. An audio biography of Edie Carmel, "The Jewish Giant," by his cousin Jenny Carchman.. Ghetto Life 101 and Remorse.. The acclaimed documentaries by LeAlan Jones and Lloyd Newman, two young boys living in one of the most notorious public housing projects in America.. The voices of eleven amazing American characters holding on to a tradition, trade, or obsession.. A Sound Portraits Sampler.. A two-CD compilation of radio documentaries by producer David Isay.. Many Sound Portraits documentaries are available as downloadable audio files from Audible.. com.. Similar to MP3s, the files you purchase from Audible can be played on a computer, transferred to a portable audio player, such as an iPod or an Audible Otis, or burned to CD.. Visit the Sound Portraits storefront on Audible's site for the full selection:.. www.. audible.. com/soundportraits.. BOOKS.. Sound Portraits books are available at bookstores everywhere, including Amazon.. com:..

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  • Title: Paralyzed: Radio Documentary by Sound Portraits
    Descriptive info: >.. american talkers.. Paralyzed.. Recorded in Washington, DC.. Premiered June 19, 2004, on.. Weekend Edition Saturday.. Six years ago, Carol Weihrer underwent an operation to have her right eye removed.. To her horror, she found herself completely conscious but unable to move before the operation was complete.. This is her story.. (May not be appropriate for young listeners.. )..  ...   the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the National Endowment for the Arts.. Please consider supporting the work of Sound Portraits and StoryCorps by making.. a donation.. This piece is available in the following audio formats.. [3:50 min]:.. Real Audio.. intro.. transcript.. Anesthesia Awareness Campaign.. , Weihrer's organization.. History of lethal injection.. , from the Death Penalty Information Center.. PARALYZED..

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  • Title: Robert Shields, World's Longest Diary: Radio Documentary by Sound Portraits
    Descriptive info: shorts.. Robert Shields, World's Longest Diary.. Recorded in Dayton, Washington.. Premiered January 27, 1994, on.. Morning Edition.. For twenty years, Robert Shields of Dayton, Washington, has kept a written record of absolutely everything that has happened to him, day and night.. For no less than four hours each day, Shields holes himself up in the small office in his home, turns  ...   believed to be the world's longest.. Producer David Isay / Mix engineer: Caryl Wheeler / Funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the New York State Council on the Arts and the Corporation.. Photograph by Harvey Wang.. [6:14 min]:.. , a book with an oral history based on this documentary.. A page from Robert Shields's diary.. WORLDS LONGEST DIARY..

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  • Title: Sound Portraits Company News
    Descriptive info: Broadcasts, publications, readings, and other noteworthy events.. Mar.. 21.. On March 21, Sound Portraits lost a dear friend with the passing of Bernie Barker the world's.. Oldest Male Stripper.. Bernie, a retired nuclear engineer, began performing as a strip-tease artist following a surgery for prostate cancer when he was 60.. In the years since his story ran, Bernie continued to dance professionally and compete in dance competitions.. He also followed his dream of becoming an actor and appeared the big and small screen.. Bernie wore many hats, but was always a gentleman and something of a philosopher.. In his unpublished autobiography Bernie described his personal credo as follows:.. "I believe that anything is possible and good things sometimes happen to those that try hardest.. I do not choose to be a common man.. It is my right to be uncommon if I can.. I seek opportunity not security.. I want to take the calculated risk: to dream and to build to fail and to succeed.. All this is what it means to be an American.. Jul.. 27.. 2006.. Sophia Newman, Lloyd Newman's older sister who told her story in the documentary.. , died of a lung ailment this morning.. Sophia is survived by her sisters and brothers: Lloyd, Mike, Precious Lindell and Erica Newman and her two children George and Gelya.. Sound Portraits mourns the loss of a warm, intelligent, brave and loving friend.. Sophia was born wise beyond her years and valued her family above all else.. She will be sorely missed.. Cards can be sent  ...   spent his childhood reveling in Coney Island's wonders, and his adulthood fighting against its decline.. In 1990, Dave Isay interviewed Matt Kennedy for a short documentary.. Mr.. Kennedy died on March 22nd, having lived to see his efforts rewarded by Coney Island's current renaissance.. Click here.. to listen.. Feb.. "Charlie's Story".. is a rare first person look into life in a flophouse on New York City's Bowery.. Charlie Geter, who worked on the project for nearly two years, would have been 59 on February 2nd.. He passed away on January 7th, 2005.. Dec.. 2005.. December 1st marked the 1,000th execution in the United States since capital punishment was reinstated in 1976.. Listen to the Sound Portraits documentaries.. "The Execution Tapes".. and.. "Witness to an Execution".. for a personal perspective.. 05.. Our latest piece,.. , airs on NPR's.. All Things Considered.. We're proud to announce the opening of the.. World Trade Center StoryBooth.. See the.. press release.. for details.. May.. 31.. Our sister project,.. , is proud to announce its nationwide.. MobileBooth tour.. 01.. Belmont Park celebrates its 100th anniversary.. Listen to our story on the.. park's barbershop.. April 15, 2005, marks the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the.. Bergen Belsen.. concentration camp.. Listen now.. to recordings made that day.. 14.. Our piece.. airs on NPR's.. 04.. We've posted an.. update from Bernie Barker.. , the oldest male stripper.. 09.. Happy birthday to.. , born March 9, 1926, in the Bronx.. to view the entire Sound Portraits news archive.. Warning - may take a long time to load..

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  • Title: E-mail Update Sign-Up
    Descriptive info: E-MAIL UPDATE SIGN-UP.. Enter your e-mail address to subscribe to the Sound Portraits/StoryCorps newsletter.. Our newsletters go out once a week and contain a link to the newest interview clips, information on site updates, StoryBooth openings, job postings, and other project news.. Email Address:.. Privacy policy: We will never sell, rent, or share your information with anyone, unless required to do so by law..

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