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A great conversation between me and my grandma on multiple topics. One topic being the the death of her husband.
Musical influences and development in Baltimore, Maryland.
Today I talked about my Papa’s life in the car. We talked about his life, childhood, kids, memories, and favorite things in his life. I had 14 questions to ask him but he had short answers so I had to...
Interviewing my grandma on various questions that pertains to her life. We covered everything from family to religion.
This was a brief look at the life of a friend interviewed by a friend.
Brothers Luke (37) and Ben Drain (44) remember their school's curriculum to teach fiscal responsibility.
Jason Brown already had Philadelphia roots when he moved from Virginia to the Philadelphia area in 1969 as a sixteen year old. His father, Bishop Poindexter F. Brown, was the pastor of Endtime Zion Church of Jesus Christ, a Pentecostal...
I interviewed my grandfather at his nursing home. He does not usually like to talk about himself, so I appreciated his participation.
We talked about some important things in his life, and I was interested in the changes and continuities of his time versus mine. We talked about my father, the military, his wife, his parents, his childhood.
Wilma Jean Owens (77) talks with her daughter Melissa Owens (47) about her upbringing in rural Virginia, her mother's lifelong influence on her, and why she is an eternal optimist.
Life of Wilson Robert Dickerson takes you through his childhood, life growing up, hobbies, first job, first love, Korean War, early family traditions, influencers, and more
Being in love can be difficult, hower if two people love each other so much they make it seem almost as if it’s easy. Just ask Anabelle and Richard Sher. Throughout their journey of being in love, Annabelle and Richard...
Sisters, Stephanie Frank (35) and Alexandra Frank (32), talk about their careers, the movie that shaped their friendship, and the love for film their mother fostered in them.
An interview with my mom about introducing children to the news and media, particularly in today’s global pandemic.
We talked about our loves and how others have touched us thus far. It was very enlightening conversation that caused me to see my wife in a whole new way.
Andre Papantonio (69) talks to his goddaughter Adrienne Clermont (30) about how he came to live in Baltimore, his many lives in the city as an activist, teacher, and pyschotherapist who was active in the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam movements,...