Growing up in Ohio

My dad explains what he did as a child growing up and what things changed as he went into highschool.

“My cousin told me peanut butter was made of hippopotamus guts.”

Marilyn is my mom and is from Ohio. She grew up by Youngstown. In this interview I ask her about her childhood. I also learn about our family traditions and hear stories about her life.

From Turntables to iPods: The Evolution of Technology in the Media with Gabriela Gonçalves and Jim Vitak

Gabriela Gonçalves talks with Jim Vitak, a family friend that has a lot of experience in the field of mass communication, about the evolution of technology in media and how it affected him throughout his career.

A Man Who Loves His Dog

John Mark is my uncle. He has a head injury from a ladder falling on him when he was a carpenter, and he can no longer work due too diablity. He talks about the 6 months spent in jail, and...

Commemorative Speech

This interview discusses a lot of personal questions regarding my father's childhood and greatest achievements.

MY GG

GG and I talked about ggs childhood and family.

Moe Holston talks about her life and how it has changed over the years.
November 27, 2017 App Interview

In this interview in November of 2017 in Louisville, Kentucky, Moe Holston tells stories about her childhood memories and how her life was as a child. She tells how she and her husband had met along with the memories she...

The Blizzard Of 1978

We talked about the Blizzard of 1978 Ana d how it affected my grandfather

Grandma Pat

Grandma Pat remembers her life and family in the 40's and 50's

Interviewing my grandma, Joan Heller, about her life and family history

I interviewed my grandma, age 69, for the Great Thanksgiving Listen. She talked about her family, like stories about her mom and brothers. She detailed her battle with cancer, as well as a few other old stories. She shared some...

"I have always felt at home wherever I go."

Aileen and Alison talk about growing up on a farm, moving to Richmond, teaching at RHS, and her retired life as a community volunteer.

Sabrina Sran And Lena(aka my mom)

Sabrina Sran Today I interviewed my mom. I asked her questions about her childhood, what it was like growing up in Ohio, her job, and who she considers the greatest influence on her life. It was really fun interviewing her.