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The Things I Would Save


Writer April Wolfe finds an odd job cleaning out hoarder houses. On her first assignment, she finds trash, pants, scrapbooking supplies, and a sad and beautiful history of the woman who lives there.

Check out April’s incredible writing on her blog.

Producer: Stephanie Foo

Notes from a Six-Year-Old


First they found out the worst news imaginable. Then they found a light in the darkness.

To learn more about Elena and how you can help other kids like her, visit the Desserich’s website.

Producers: Anna Sussman and Glynn Washington

Rosebush Inside


Singer/songwriter Sean Hayes is constantly looking for inspiration for his music. He found it in the story of a man named Moreese Bickham who served more than 40 years in Angola Prison. Little did he know that by writing the song, he was about to change Moreese’s story...

All the music in this piece was by Sean Hayes. Go buy his awesome new album here.

Thank you to David Isay, StoryCorps founder and the producer of Tossing Away the Keys. It is a magnificent piece of radio. Thanks to the Outside Lands festival for helping to hook up the interview. And last but not least, many thanks to the inimitable Moreese Bickham, who now lives in Oakland, California.

Producer: Stephanie Foo

Mystery Package


Corbett Redford is a starving artist who hits his absolute bottom on a spree of bad luck. But all that comes to an end one day when a mysterious package arrives at his warehouse.

Corbett continues to tour the U.S with his band Bobby Joe Ebola and is still putting out records. Hear their music on their website.

Producers: Mark Ristich and Jamie DeWolf

Texas vs. Texas


Joe Rowe lived happily in the middle of the West Texas desert - until a stranger named Rick McLaren moved in and started a violent militia group called the Republic of Texas. Things got downright ugly when McLaren sent troops to take Joe hostage in his own home.

Check out some behind-the-scenes footage of Joe showing off bullet holes in his home! Right here at Snap Films!

 

Producer: Stephanie Foo

 

Look Back Remix 2012


It's the year-end 2012 Look Back Remix from Snap's beat master Pat Mesiti-Miller.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller

 

Embryonic


Carolyn and Dean Savage wanted one more baby to complete their family. They ended up with a whole lot more. Find out more in their book, inconceivablebook.com.

Producers: Anna Sussman and Julia DeWitt

 

First Friend


What is the one thing that a two and half pound newborn baby needs more than anything else?

Story: Glynn Washington
Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller

 

San Quentin Slam


When Jamie DeWolf is asked to perform at San Quentin Penitentiary, he’s forced to confront his fears in front of his toughest audience yet. Hear the poem they did that day on Jamie DeWolf’s CD “Vaude Villian.” His partner that day was Geoff Trenchard.

Written and Performed by Jamie DeWolf
Producers: Mark Ristich and Pat Mesiti-Miller

 

Dave and Ryan's Big Break


While professional Hip Hop dancers Ryan Curren and David Bortnick are training in Los Angeles, they are approached with the opportunity of a lifetime. A soon to be pop star wants both of them as her Feature Dancers, they take the job, and celebrity ensues. . .

Ryan and David are both professional Hip Hop dancers based in Northern California. David just opened a Dance Studio in Santa Cruz California, Pacific Arts Complex. Together, Ryan and David also have a multimedia production company called 24hr Productions .

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller

 

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