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Barbara Brown interviews her mother, Mathilda Tibby Brown, about her career in Suffolk County Family Court, and about being the mother of four children.
Richard Huff and his wife, Agnes Huff, remember her parents who were killed in a car accident 2 years ago.
Eileen, 63, interviews her son David, 28, about his work as a firefighter, his relationship with his family, and his values.
Etelvina Hernandez (81) is interviewed by her daughters, Monica García (47) and Maribel Barrera (45) about her childhood in México, her life in the U.S. and her job with Mary Kay Cosmetics.
Frederick Earl DeCamp, 91, by his niece, Cynthia Betts, 61, about growing up near the Grand Coulee Dam and being in the air force.
Stacey Rees (42) is interviewed by her partner Erik Huber (47). They discuss Stacey’s life and that of their child Huckleberry.
Life Partners Walter Davis (64) and Bill Fields (55) talk about the one room school houses, the Peace Corps, their Unitarian Universalist Church, and other places where they’ve found a sense of community and what the word means to them.
Leora Ferguson Ciccone, 96, talks to her daughter Luann Ferguson Ciccone, 56, about her life and careers in the military and nursing.
Jennie (38) interviews her mother, Merry (74), about her childhood, family, and motherhood.
Ted Lane (67) tells his son David Lane (47) about taking care of his siblings when he was young and making toys from things he found in the trash. He talks about meeting his wife and lying to his parents...
Bill Durkin (67) has a conversation with his longtime friend Casey McCarthy (67) about the figure of his brother Bobby, how he changed people's lives, his adventures in Colorado, Michigan and California, how he reconnected with him after losing contact,...
Scott Ellis is interviewed by his sister Lisa Ellis about living with Colitis and his iliostomy.
Russell “Russ” Flowers (60) talks with his friend and colleague, Fred Weber (61), about their respective companies in food testing and laboratory equipment, Silliker Laboratories, Weber Scientific, and the International Association for Food Protection.
Scott interivews his partner Ed about teaching improvisation and their relationship.
Nancy and Melissa talk about being the parents of autistic sons.
John Bates (51) tells his wife Lori Kuley-Bates (48) about his father, living in Hawaii as a child, and his work at a nuclear power plant.
Lois P. Bass, 85, is interviewed by her daughters Peggy Bass Bridges, 57, and Cindy Bass Emery, 59, about her life growing up and about how she met her husband.
Valerie Helbert, 38, shares childhood memories and stories about older relatives with her younger sister Edith Helbert, 36.
Paige Ann Ingalls (PA) interviews her friends James Albetta (JA) and Bob Hoffman (BH). They share their memories of the time they spent at Ingalside Farm as teenagers.
Daniel Stillman (35) interviews his father Clark Stillman (68). They discuss Clark’s childhood, family and raising children.
Lavera and Doyle Clay tell their grandson, John, about their courtship, family, childhood, and religion.
Paul Zimmerman (42) has a conversation with his mother Robbie Zimmerman (71) about growing up in Detroit, Michigan in the 1950s, the figure of his grandfather who served in the Navy, and other stories from their family history.
Monique Williams (51) and new friend Liza Martinez (42) exchange stories of losing their parents to a crash and the advocacy work they have engaged in since then.
Elizabeth Tilles (89) talks to her granddaughter Rebecca Tilles (21) and friend Susan Goldstein (66) about her life growing up in Germany and working as a nurse during World War II.
Shalom Daniel Seltzer, 62, by his children, Lucia and Gabriel Borrello about his childhood and the leaving of New Orleans after Katrina.