Stephanie Foo and her boyfriend became enamored with the idea of the apocalypse on a whim.  But they soon realized that it wasn’t the end of the world they were obsessed with--it was fear itself.

To see a video that Stephanie created for this story, check out her vimeo.

Producer: Stephanie Foo

An 8-year-old Jamie DeWolf is enjoying a new childhood crush at a Christian summer camp when suddenly everyone has to prepare for the Rapture.

Performed by Jamie DeWolf

Producer: Mark Ristich

A Pregnant Sarah Haskins gets ready for her new baby....and for the zombie apocalypse she is certain is just around the corner.
Originally recorded for The Paper Machete--a weekly “live magazine.”  If you happen to be in Chicago go check it out every Saturday at the Horseshoe Tavern.

Producers: Lindsey Lee Keel and Renzo Gorrio

Glynn just arrives in Japan and he gets way more than he expected at the grocery story.

Producer: Stephanie Foo

Earnest L. Thomas loves his mom. Sometimes she has a funny way of showing love back. Check out his new book,

Producer: Anna Sussman


How do you make the best meal in the world?  With love.

Motherhood in the midst of war-torn South Africa brings heartache and healing to one family. 

Find out more about Lyndi Fourie at the Lyndi Fourie Foundation.

Producer: Anna Sussman

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, Inconceivable

Producers: Anna Sussman and Julia DeWitt

The cycle of violence comes full circle in this powerful and wrenching story by Joshua Safran, a nationally recognized attorney and advocate for survivors of domestic violence and the wrongfully imprisoned. His struggle to free a battered woman from prison is the subject of Crime After Crime, the award-winning film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was an audience favorite on the Oprah Winfrey Network.  

His memoir, Surviving Utopia, about his childhood on the run, will be published next year.  Find out what he's up to at

Producer: Jamie DeWolf and Stephanie Foo

It's Mother’s Day at the world’s largest women’s prison.

Producer: Anna Sussman

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