“Just A Lot of Imagination”

In Flushing, New York, a hardworking father, George Dakis, and his 14-year-old daughter, Christina Dakis, converse about his life in a Greek-American household. They talk about his inspiring life and the hardships he went through to become the man he...

Mi Corazon

My grandmother, Corazon (Zonie) Rodis’ experience as a child in the midst of WW2 in the Philippines and her immigration to the US. Zonie expresses her increasing passion for the Arts as well as the importance of family.

A Life in Music, Activism and Teaching

Carl Matthes (81) and Charles Luke discuss Carl’s life as a professional pianist, music teacher, and early activist for gay rights.

Uncle Bryan

An in depth story of how troubled beginnings can lead to a better future.

The Generation Before

Memories of the generation before me and how technology changed everything.

Content with My Life

Charles King feels that he has led a good life. He feels fortunate to have obtained a good education, have a successful career as a jazz pianist, and now has the opportunity to teach piano to kids.

Life Reflection Interview

Charlotte Kokernak (16) interviews her mom, Sue Kokernak (48), about her childhood in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. She shares some of her most memorable stories of growing up, as well as some life advice.

Easton Corbin and stone00maddox

Country sensation Easton Corbin chatted via phone about his latest studio album All Over the Road, which will be released on September 18, 2012, via his record label, Mercury Nashville. Corbin’s sophomore album was produced by Carson Chamberlain. “Carson is...

Marching Band

Right from the field of South High, spartan marching band!

Art Action Day 2018 – Heny Maatar “Art works as an escape and as a reality changer.”

In preparation for the 2018 Art Action Day, the Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) of PEN America interviewed Heny Maatar, a Tunisian electronic music producer, sound designer and cultural activist. In this interview we discussed the relationship between art and...

“A real artist should reflect the times …”

When he’s not singing or serving as a church worship leader, Brandon Williams is performing in live shows and recording music. He’s working on his second album, “Rebel Heart,” with songs that address social issues. “It attempts to bring hope...

Ed Cline

Summary: In this interview, conducted on January 3rd, 2018, Dylan Cline (15) interviews his father, Edward Cline (50) a bout what it was like to grow up as a young man in the 1980’s. He talks about how the experiences...

“SELAH” concert interview with Ryan Muns

I interviewed Ryan Muns and asked about his music career and Selah his concert. Ryan also talks about his near death experience and his journey to creating a powerful stage performance.

John and Corey Discuss Their Creative Paths

Talbot and Persaud get a chance to interview each other about how they began their music and poetry journeys. They also talk about how they became friends and ended up where they are now.

Just some of the many stories from my Spanish Teacher Ms. Bochow

My Spanish teacher Ms. Bochow is always telling us stories for nearly the whole class so when I got the chance to interview her, I took it. While it is still 40 some minutes long, we could’ve gone on for...

New Media Project

We talked about music and how it was growing up. We discussed what music was like for him growing up.

What Music Taught Me About Family

My father, Tommy Carter, has lived and breathed music his whole life. But what has life on the road really taught him? Was touring really what he expected? Through this interview, I discovered how living life on the road teaches...

“Always be kind to other people” – advice from my dad to his great grandchildren: Elise Murphy and Michael Murphy

We talked about his childhood and what he did to occupy his time in an undeveloped Florida. He also gave some great advice to my future children and grandchildren

Bob Whetstone the Storyteller.

My Grandad Bob has many interesting stories. During the interview, I’ve learned that my grandad wasn’t allowed to serve in the military because of his eyes, suffered in school because of his eyes and living during the great depression and...