It's a new take on one of this years favorite Snap Judgment stories. On a lark, Chandra and friends decide to provide an alternative to fraternity "Rush Night". Instead, they unwittingly ignite a race war on a small liberal arts college in Maine...
Glynn drops a homespun tale straight from the sticks of rural Michigan... "witching" water for a family well. Bottled at the source, this true "Snap Judgment" story features host Glynn Washington doing what he does best... telling tales. Glynn is but seven years old watching his family pour their last dollars down a well. Hear how the search for water forces a disturbing Snap Judgment!
What would you do if reality started playing by different rules?
What happens when the foster agency calls and asks you to adopt triplets? Oh, and you have THREE hours to decide! Listen to long time San Francisco couple Kevin and Brian Fisher-Paulson wrestle with some of the hardest life decisions they have ever faced.
Listen here to the full hour as heard on NPR.
On "5150 - Danger to Self," Snap Judgment drops stories of people who are their own worst enemy. Push through the hallways of a psychiatric ward, obsess over a late night talk radio host, and then get ready to run for your life.
Dayna's gig as a late night DJ puts her on the receiving end of some unwelcome attention from an admirer. Snap Judgment follows one fan's trail of obsession. Produced by Rebecca Hertz and narrated by Glynn Washington.
The Straight and Narrow: When Justin McClure's wife left him, he lost control of his life -- and his car. Multiple times. After racking up three DUIs, Justin landed in jail. In order to get his life back, Justin is running as fast as he can.
Narrated by Glynn Washington.
Produced by Roman Mars and Rebecca Hertz.
You know the story of the Ghost Train? The G Train. Does it exist or doesn't it? Producer Mark Ristich shows just how desperate NYC mass transit can make you. Here's to all those waiting on platforms reading "Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone."
The Kid is beyond hope. The Kid is on and off meds. The Kid no longer takes care of himself. Conventional wisdom says The Kid won't change. But this Kid will surprise you. This short "phoner" by Rebecca Hertz is an example of just what can come from our story line.