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Matt D'Angelo and Liz Heller boyfriend/girlfriend explore important moments in life and advice for future generations.
Interview with my grandma for my World History class
The stories of Joel’s childhood and school experience, and of his love life with my mother.
“Don’t smoke at night and keep your head down”- wisdom from my grandfather who always has his two cents to add and never fails to make us laugh
This interview includes information about Sally's life as an English Teacher, parent, and grandmother.
In this interview, conducted November 24, 2017 in Albany, NY, Dan Palmer (16) interviews his bilingual (in Arabic and English) Grandmother, Nazar Awwad (73), about her life in America as well as in the Middle East. Nazar shares some of...
Sisters-in-law Rosemary "Rose" Quinn (52) and Christine Parshall (61) sit down to discuss the life of John “Host” Lynch, their husband and brother, respectively. They talk about John's love for cycling, the night of the crash that cost him his...
We talked about money, the births of Johanna’s children, the holocaust, meeting her husband Bernard Saper, ambition, and more.
Joyce is my mother-in-law, but she is much more than that to me. She is a very loving person who looks for the good in people, the positive side of everyone. She accepts people for who they are. I felt...
We talked about Grandad’s 72 year marriage, his experiences during WW2, and life in small town Georgia.
We talk about how her childhood was and about her parents and family. We also talked about traditions we’ve had through the years.
I asked my mom 15 questions about her life and reflecting on her ancestry and experiences.
Austin Lang, Kyle Hacker and Adam Riker (interviewer) have been friends for the past three years. But, they come to find that they may not know as much about each other as they may have thought they did.
This is a conversation about life growing up in Albany as well as the typical family after World War II.
Friends Audrey Zucker (82) and Carolyn Breidenbach (93) talk about their experiences with Sisterhood at Central Synagogue from the 1970's to the late 90s and early 2000s.
The brief story of the lives of a librarian and a electrical engineer veteran