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So you think you know what it's like to be poor, do you? If you've never been there, you probably don't have a clue. Even if you have been, or still are living on a shoestring or less, Linda Tirado's new book Hand To Mouth: Living... more

In January 2014, photographer Giles Clarke met "Bombero Voluntario" (volunteer fireman) and cardiac physician Dr. Jorge Chiu Quevedo at the scene of a shooting on the streets of Guatemala City. After the needs of the moment... more

What do you do when all the talk, tears and tireless protesting result in little to no change? 11-year-old Itzcuauhtli Roske-Martinez (pronounced eat-squat-lee) has taken a VOW of silence and to inspire YOU and YOUTH and ADULTS all... more

Some of us can only imagine the pain of having to give up a pet because we lack the money to pay for our own food, let alone pet food. Some people that are actually at this crossroads are finding the help they need to hold onto their furry... more

Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Indy media livestreamers & photojournalists Matt StopMotionsolo (@StopMotionsolo), Shay Horse (@HuntedHorse) and Tim Eastman (@TimBEastman) to the show on Sunday,... more

Some people do things by the book. Others write the book. Enter Steve McAllister. He is running for Sarasota County Commissioner District 2, but hopes to find his way onto the ballot and into a seat on the Commission via write-in... more

In the 1980's, people asked, "Where's the beef?" Though it hardly seemed like it then, those were much simpler times. With all the troubles facing humankind and the earth today, people are asking, "Where's the grief?" Are we grieving... more

Many people walk by homeless people without so much as a glance. Others look on believing it could never happen to them. Nothing could be further from the truth. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes artist William "Emor" Askew Jr. to... more

Changing the world one pie at a time, Pie It Forward believes that every human being deserves tasty, nourishing food, made with care and served with dignity. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Sarah Fertig, Executive Weirdo... more

Pollinators of all kinds are facing an uphill battle these days. Fortunately there are people working hard to create and preserve habitat for them and educate the public on how to do the same. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes... more