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Jimmy Sidney interviews his father Bobby Sidney about the music he listened to growing up and as an adult. He also touches on why popular music is popular, and how certain genes like gogo, hip hop, and modern day rap...
Trey(13)’s Grandma (70) talks about her family origins and Thanksgiving memories in this interview.
In this interview we talk about what Mark Stephensonon has gained from life so far from opinions to knowledge.
Tojanai Peterson-Colon (18) talks to her new acquaintance Nancy Zook (55) about graduating from high school and her plans for the future.
Cousins Yvette Chestang (56) and Letitia Mabien (49) discuss their family's involvement in Mardi Gras celebrations in Mobile and their perspectives on keeping traditions and the deep sense of community in their family alive.
Spouses Bill Thompson (77) and Diane Thompson (76) talk about the history of, and their connection to, the Walworth County Fair in Elkhorn, Wisconsin.
How would you like to be remembered? What has been the happiest moment of your life so far? The saddest? Talk about Lois Sladkey.
The interview was about Chris Rice’s life as a grandfather and a kid
Interviewed my mom about important occasions in her life this Thanksgiving
My grandmother and i just talked about just her life growing up and how she evolved.
Kendra Cook, 17, great niece. Margaret Williams,74, great aunt. Discussion of Margaret's childhood life in Mississippi before moving to Chicago and experiencing life in the 60s during the Civil Rights Movement and important people during that time.
My grandmother talks about getting roller skates for Christmas and her friends bicycle
Laila Samani moves to America when she was 11, and while she faced some hardships she overall loves America and is happy that she went through what she did.
Me and my uncle takes about his military life and mainly what he did in his childhood.
Sharon Moore (53) asks her father Nathaniel Moore (91) to recall his childhood, moving to Chicago, and his experience raising a family.
We talked about my dad's life growing up and his life now and lessons he has learned.