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My sister Gina and I talked about her seizure condition, why mom is her hero, and how great she is at knitting and painting.
Crystal Thompson remembering her grandma, Amy Thompson, also known as Miz Amy
Story about a dive trip in the San Marcos River and what happened next.
Elliot, a struggling art college student, with social anxiety reminisces through his childhood years and his tough relationship with his father.
The City of Coachella is growing and Roberto wants to support family and art centered programming that shows our pride in where we live.
One aspiring 8-year old artist talks to his grandfather, painter and sculptor Al Wunderlich, about art.
The interview was conducted by Rebecca Kovach (16) who interviewed her father, Steve Kovach (53). It was recorded on November 23, 2018, one day before Steve’s 54th birthday. It took place in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in their Grandmothers house....
My great grandma (98), my mom (55), and I (15) have a conversation in my grandma’s living room in Garland, Texas. The date is November 22, 2018. (Thanksgiving day.) Mamaw talked to us about her childhood, her job, her pets,...
This is a interview of what my friend what's to be when he grows up.
Today I interviewed my older sister while she was here in San Francisco. We were together for a short time, so we talked about subjects I had never discussed with her.
Morris Nathanson, Rhode Island architect and artist, talks about growing up in Pawtucket during the depression, civil rights, and serving in the US navy during the Second World War.
I interviewed my grandma Katie (KK) for the Great Thanksgiving Listen and asked her questions about growing up, travel, her career, etc.
StoryCorps facilitator Courtney Gilbert (28) talks with Bruria Finkel (87) about her career as an artist, her family and how she opened doors for women in the arts.
A conversation with Doc Coleman about art, childhood, race, and life.
Caroline Patterson (63) talks with her mother Laura Mae Patterson (92) about her upbringing, the many different places she's lived and how she settled in Montana.
This is an interview conducted with my father, Mauricio Souza, and his life in Brazil and his journey to the United States.