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May 29, 2017

WHEN HEMINGWAY LIBERATED THE PARIS RITZ: It was August of 1944, and the Allies were closing in on German occupied Paris. Correspondent Ernest Hemingway assigned to cover the Allied invasion, had been off on his own fighting a guerilla war with a small band of men that he had assembled around him. His one and only...


May 22, 2017

The hymn Amazing Grace, written by Englishman John Newton, is known and revered around the world, and stirs the heart in a way that few other pieces of music do. Subscribe FREE to 1001 Stories for the Road Here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/stories-from-the-road/id1227478901 Enjoy all our 1001 Shows Here:...


THE BLUES BROTHERS

May 13, 2017

When Dan Akroyd and John Belushi appeared live on stage as "The Blues Brothers" on Saturday Night Live, a legend was born. They had met years before Saturday Night Live, in Canada, and it was their love for the blues that cemented a friendship that would last for a long time. This is their story. Enjoy all our 1001...


May 11, 2017

THE TIES THAT BIND: The first trans-US railroad comes together with a big celebration. May 10, 1869, a celebration took place at Promontory Summit, Utah, that set bells ringing in telegraph stations from coast to coast.  National Anthem by Francis Scott Key Arranged and Performed by Dusty...


HONOR THY MOTHER

May 9, 2017

On May 8th, 1914, Congress passed a joint resolution designating the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day. This is the story of Anna Jarvis, the schoolteacher from West Virginia, who, with the inspiration and help of many, made it happen. Find all our episodes, subsribe, and review us at...