Greg Collard http://kvpr.org en A Family Bible And Other Heirlooms, Found Online http://kvpr.org/post/family-bible-and-other-heirlooms-found-online At the recent International Collectibles and Antiques Show in Charlotte, N.C., dealers spread out items in different booths. The warehouse looks like an old-school flea market, except for Joy Shivar's booth.<p>She's on her laptop, demonstrating JustAJoy.com. Enter a name in a database, and see if something hits.<p>The <a href="http://justajoy.com/">website bills itself</a> as a family heirloom exchange for sellers and buyers. That's not unusual — there is eBay, after all.<p>But unlike eBay, JustAJoy doesn't take a cut of transactions. Instead, it sells memberships for $20 a year. Fri, 25 Oct 2013 07:27:00 +0000 Greg Collard 23529 at http://kvpr.org A Family Bible And Other Heirlooms, Found Online Running Program Uses Goal-Setting To Help Homeless http://kvpr.org/post/running-program-uses-goal-setting-help-homeless Transcript <p>AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: <p>Cities usually have an array of services to combat homelessness. These include shelters, soup kitchens, job assistance programs. But there's a new trend in helping the homeless: running.<p>Greg Collard of member station WFAE in Charlotte, North Carolina, reports on how running has changed the lives for some of the city's homeless people.<p>GREG COLLARD, BYLINE: You might wonder, how do you get the homeless interested in running? Well, here's a big enticement: free shoes. Mon, 05 Aug 2013 20:47:00 +0000 Greg Collard 19509 at http://kvpr.org