What do you do if you lose your passport while in the process of moving to another country? Freak out, and then call the consulate. A lot.
New to home repair, this storyteller learns an important lesson on compassion and what not to buy at Home Depot. This story of learning to be meaningfully — if painfully — honest comes from our August 2012 show, Lost and Then Found.
Is it problem if the people at the hazmat facility know your name? This deconstruction of a would-be set of Hoarders yields halloween cat ears and 1970s refrigerators, but what about treasured mementos from childhood? This story of the life of a photo comes from our August 2012 show, “Lost and Then Found.”
Making the leap from being a transit rider to a driver can be tricky. For starters, you can’t rely anymore on the vehicle to magically get you where you want to go without providing it some direction. This story of how not to learn to drive in Chicago came from our August 2012 show, “Lost and Then Found.”
The Lost and Found is a finite space. It houses wayward gloves, wallets, and puffy jackets until their original owners come to reclaim them, or their new owners take gleeful possession of them.