In the desert of northern South Africa you come across a little puddle. If you dive down into that puddle, at the bottom there is a slot. This is the entrance to third largest freshwater cave in the world. This is where the adventure begins.
Producer: Julia DeWitt
A Young anthropologist working in the Amazon jungle has no idea what he’s in for, nor the impact it will have on his family for generations.
Find out about the work David Good is doing at The Good Project.
Producer: Anna Sussman with assistance from Beth Morgan
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio
Is two tons of prime american steel enough to renew a broken bond between brothers? Will Josh and Todd outwit the police once again? Or... will it all end in a fiery crash?
Josh Cereghino is a storyteller and writer from Los Angeles. He’s a three time Moth GrandSlam winner. He performs regularly at live storytelling events in Los Angeles and the Bay Area. This story took place at "Busting Out" Storytelling in the Bay Area.
Producer: Kay De Martini and Mark Risti
Early one morning, a cleaning woman found an unconscious man, naked and bleeding, in the dumpster behind a Burger King in Georgia. When he woke up, he had no memory of who he was or anyone he knew.
Benjaman is the subject of the documentary Finding Benjaman (http://www.findingbenjaman.com/).
Do you recognize Benjaman? Send an email to John Wikstrom at Jtw439@gmail.com
Producer: Nick van der Kolk
Joshua Walters drops by Snap Studios to relay what happens when a good dawg decides to go off his "meds."
Producer: Mark Ristich
Chris Hoke is a chaplain searching for meaning at the county jail. When he witnesses a miracle, he believes he’s found it. Until his beliefs about himself and his job are turned on his head.
Producer: Stephanie Foo
What happens when a mistake you made at the age of 12 follows you around for the rest of your life?
Producer: Anna Sussman
Glynn is mired in a time warp of bureaucracy, and his escape route takes him right into conflict with the chain of command.
Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller
A soldier fires the last the shot from his rifle, and hears the consequences years later.
Special thanks to soldier turned journalist Matt Cook for his story.
Producer: Anna Sussman
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio and Pat Mesiti-Miller
The only thing standing between a boy and his chocolate dream is "Comrade Grannie." Josh Healey performs his story for Snap Live! at Ann Arbor's Power Center. Find out more about Josh Healey at joshhealey.org.
Check out the Josh's video from Snap Live!
Sponsored by Michigan Radio and the Ann Arbor Summer Festival
Original Music by Alex Mandel
Music Performed by Alex Mandel and the Snap Judgment Players (Tim Frick and David Brandt)