Lexington Legends President Alan Stein and his wife, state Sen. Kathy Stein, sat in StoryCorps' MobileBooth on Thursday to record recollections of their lives. StoryCorps' Dana Glass, left, was on hand for the first day of the non-profit group's stay in Lexington.
Lexington Legends President Alan Stein and his wife, state Sen. Kathy Stein, sat in StoryCorps' MobileBooth on Thursday to record recollections of their lives. StoryCorps' Dana Glass, left, was on hand for the first day of the non-profit group's stay in Lexington.
Lexington Legends President Alan Stein and his wife, state Sen. Kathy Stein, sat in StoryCorps' MobileBooth on Thursday to record recollections of their lives. StoryCorps' Dana Glass, left, was on hand for the first day of the non-profit group's stay in Lexington.

StoryCorps begins six weeks of collecting stories in Lexington

May 20, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 20, 2011 06:53 AM

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