Interpersonal Communication with Liz Pancake & Lynn Steller

Lynn Steller (73) talks with her granddaughter, Liz Pancake (22) about how interpersonal communication has changed during her lifetime for the better or worse.

Paul on his role in the civil rights movement: "If you spend all your time worrying about it, then you shouldn't be doing it."

Paul and Alison talk about his unique role of being a white male and civil rights activist (with a special expertise in female African American history). Paul used his privilege to help open doors for those who were at a...

As They Say In the Story Books
November 28, 2018 App Interview

My Aunt Tracy and Aunt Dana tell me the story of how their parents met (which was SO cute) and a bit of their childhood.

From Naughty Teen to Grandmother

I (T. Tretter) interviewed my grandmother from my dad’s side, Shirley Fusko. She was born in 1938 in Indiana and she has lived in Indiana since then. She has had two husbands, the second of which she met and married...

"My children and my religion: my posterity. Those are the two most important things to me."

A grandchild's interview with her grandmother, Danielle Hyatt, born in 1958, in Provo, Utah. She talks about growing up and moving everywhere from Indiana to England. She grew up in a very religious family (Mormon), with five siblings, three of...

Carlos Leon “Coming from Venezuela” interview

Carlos Leon is my Venezuelan roommate who came to the USA with political asylum after crisis struck Venezuela. He has had to go through many challenges, including learning English. He is also single and ready to mingle.

“We got it down to a science- everyone had a job”- Lee Stienbarger reflects on his years as coach of the Indiana Thump Jumpers

Lee Stienbarger (a.k.a. "Mr. S.") and Alison talk about the history of Richmond's competitive jump rope team- the Indiana Thump Jumpers, and how he functioned as a coach and trailblazer in a sport that was unknown to much of the...

Interview with Grandma Pam Eckstein

Emma Graves interviews her grandma (Grandma Pam) and they talk about her life growing up, and what it is like now.

Thanksgiving

My pap talked about how he was a Christian and how he was proud. Also he was proud of what he accomplished in life.

"We've got to hold ourselves up- we've got to have each other's back" – Mike Gibbs on being a musician and family businessman in Richmond.

Mike and Alison discuss his career in music, his local business ventures, working with family (they work together so well!) and raising a family in Richmond. Music lovers: Hear Mike's Billboard 100 song "Sarah's In Love" at the end of...

"Speak the truth in love is not the worst advice…" – Ben Brazil shares stories of travel, writing, politics and the people of Richmond, IN

If you struggle with the current political climate (especially the public discourse), take a listen to Ben's interview. Learn about his early life, his path to Richmond, religion, and his career/projects. He also talks about the way he navigates current...

Am I Different Than You Expected?

My life history over me growing as a mother and into adulthood without a mother.