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Something woke me up, which, as a coda, should have been a signal that something was not right. One of the false assumptions about deaf people is that they’re quiet. No, they have NO regulation of sounds. They are burping and slamming cabinets and banging pots and pans… they are obnoxiously loud! And… you just tune out the sounds of everyday life. But this night, it was three in the morning and something woke me up.
Kambri Crews living with deaf parents, and the terrifying night that that revealed the truth of their marriage.
This week’s podcast: A young woman discovers the truth about the relationship between her deaf parents.

This week’s podcast: A young woman discovers the truth about the relationship between her deaf parents.

This week’s video: A surgeon treats a patient with almost no chance of recovery.

So, I was dumped by my life coach…
Caitlin Brodnick in this week’s podcast.

This week’s podcast: A young journalist carefully sets the stage to make her first time memorable.

And the only creature in the world that loved me was this stray dog that lived downstairs underneath the stoop. It was a little beagle mutt. And whenever I’d come home it’d come wriggling - wriggling its whole body in happiness to see me. And clouds of dust and fleas coming up…

The dog’s name was Prope Mortuus, which was Latin for nearly dead. Which it was.

This week’s video: Alienated in rural Georgia, a young man takes matters into his own hands.

This week’s podcast: Two childhood friends fulfill an obligation as Red Sox fans.

This week’s podcast: Two childhood friends fulfill an obligation as Red Sox fans.