Greg Collard en A 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 Enter a name in a database, and see if something hits.<p>The <a href="">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 30505 at A Family Bible And Other Heirlooms, Found Online Running Program Uses Goal-Setting To 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 20:55:00 +0000 Greg Collard 27390 at