Next Generation Radio
Austin has a reputation as a young and hip city, but the senior population is growing rapidly. NPR’s Next Generation Radio project explores the lives of some Austin seniors who are proof that there’s no age limit to the city’s legendary weirdness.
Stories on the wall
Local artist shines a light on immigrant stories through his work.
Kate Hellenbrand of Austin, Texas is one of the first female tattoo artists in America, gaining the title of America’s Godmother of Tattooing.
After a long career in live sound, 65-year-old Jack Donahue helps keep high quality analog audio alive through his repair shop and mentorship of younger musicians.
Tracing roots: Local history buff is tracking down her Tejano roots while helping others do the same
From cemeteries to census records, 61-year-old Maria Solis is tracking down her Tejano ancestors using DNA testing, census records, and history books, while helping others do the same.