Working a Bronx Parking Lot at Age 100
Joe Binder, the affable valet of Arthur Avenue, recently celebrated his 100th birthday by taking a day off. But he has no plans to retire. (NYT)
Last Minutes with Oden
As his dog's struggle with cancer finally comes to an end, Jason Woods has a tough time saying goodbye to his loyal old friend.
A Locksmith's Tale
Lou Padilla says he doesn't need health insurance to fix things, including his own broken ankle. (NPR)
Johnnie Footman: NYC's 90-Year-Old Cabbie
Meet a taxi driver who's been swerving through Manhattan traffic for over 60 years. (MediaStorm)
Bottoming Out
Tony McDew videotaped his own Las Vegas casino slot machine addiction with the hope of helping others, and ended up quitting gambling himself. (Las Vegas Sun)
Autism: Breaking Down the Barriers
A couple struggles to raise their twins -- one of whom has a developmental disorder. (Roanoke Times)
Ian Fisher: American Soldier
PULITZER PRIZE WINNER. A comprehensive look at a young man's two-year journey from high school graduate to Army grunt stationed in Iraq. An 8-part video series.(Denver Post)
The Urban Indigenous
Cultures and languages are lost as residents of the Amazon Basin move to cities looking for jobs.
Honoring Jeramy
Since he was killed in Iraq in 2004, three children have been named after this beloved friend and family member. (San Jose Mercury News)
Spencer Tunick's 'The Base'
Thousands volunteer to strip and pose for a nude art installation in Australia. (Sydney Morning Herald)