Pete Kostelnick is somewhere in the Yukon Territory, running through an isolated patch of land where grizzly bears are almost as common as cars. Catching him while he has cell phone service in such a remote area is like winning the lottery.
After the accident, doctors didn't think Chase Thurman would live another day, let alone be able to embark on a cross-country bike tour.
Meat is all Ed Woods has ever known. From a child running around and getting in the way at his father's shop to a national representative of small meat processors everywhere, Woods has never considered anything else.
Descending into Chris Turner's basement, there's little doubt the 27-year-old Quincyan has found his passion in life..
At an age when most people are long retired and have slowed down in life, Martha Sue Smith still hosts a daily radio program and is finishing her third book.
Sarah Stephens' office at Horizons Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry is minimal and unassuming. An award she received last year sits in the window sill, and a neat stack of papers, a laptop, printer, and a large photo of her daughter, Sophie ...
Quincyan Krisna Hanks has taken the grit and determination that allowed her to sustain a professional dancing career into her 40s and applied those skills to helping others lead healthier lifestyles.