NPR's StoryCorps Heads to San Antonio

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StoryCorps, the beloved NPR program that tells stories of ordinary Americans, that will make you laugh and cry is coming to San Antonio for a month to record interviews.

Starting February 6, Alamo City-area residents will be able to record their stories at Texas Public Radio and the San Antonio Central Library, where StoryCorps' MobileBooth, an Airstream trailer will be parked. Interviews run through March 5.



Reservations for recording your interviews can be made by calling StoryCorps' 24-hour, toll-free reservation line at 1-800-850-4406 or by visiting storycorps.org

Interviews touch on universal themes like birth, love, death, courage and humor. 



StoryCorps and Texas Public Radio are partnering to collect roughly 140 interviews from San Antonio residents.


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