WMRA's Martha Woodroof, host of "The Spark," sometimes wonders where all the years went. Inspired by a visit to her Colorado-dwelling adult daughter, Martha penned this essay: "Rockin’ On in the Rockies".
Ben Wyse is one of (as far as we know) the only two mobile bike repairmen in the country. Apparently a "bicycle powered bike shop" is a rarity. Martha's talk with him includes some audio from glam-rockers Queen ("I want to ride my bicycle!") and Monty Python
When you know that you (not to put too fine a point on it) don't have much time: should you rush to get through a "bucket list" of life experiences --or should you actually slow down to really notice your loved ones? Keith Shank talks about having Parkinson's Disease.
The story includes a reading of a passage from a book by author/skull-tattooed-guy/rascal/genius Harry Crews --a scene where a 12-year-old boy discovers both nudity and God at the same event. We talk with David Jeffrey, the self-appointed one-person Society for the Preservation of the Writings of the Late (and Great) Harry Crews.
Maybe someday ten thousand vuvuzelas will drone for him. Henry Gotay surprised others and himself with keen inate soccer ability. He's hoping to score a soccer scholarship to college. He's been practicing his game and his English.