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Reminiscing on the draft, WWII, post-war America, and the GI Bill. How a young artist journeyed out of the war and onto the bustling streets of Manhattan.
Scott Sklar grew up in Manhattan as the son of Rick Sklar, who ran ABC Radio in New York. His childhood was something special, as he was constantly in the presence of popular culture icons and attended some of the...
It's a go-to book series, an encyclopedia of Jewish, Catholic, Protestant and Islamic thinkers: Paulist Press' "Classics of Western Spirituality." And it was started under the leadership of Paulist Fr. Kevin Lynch. In this interview, Fr. Kevin, age 93, talks...
Olivia Quinto, a lawyer, chats with Rutgers Law classmates Diego Iniguez-Lopez and Victor Monterrosa, Jr., about being undocumented for 20+ years and how the three classmates' personal histories transform into the political as immigrant rights’ activists.
Father Frank DeSiano calls himself a "lifer." He entered the Paulist junior seminary as a teenager. That was more than 45 years ago. He's a noted leader in evangelization or sharing of the Catholic faith. Father Frank has been the...
Mostly childhood stories of life of a man who grew up in NYC & with plenty of family from several backgrounds, some things were great but there was a share of the bad as well throughout
Jackie Neale interviews her undergraduate photography student, Maria Trajtenberg while we are conducting interviews and taking photographs for our storytelling project, The Corona Collective. Maria is living in TriBeCa New York City through the pandemic, and talks about how she...
Spouses, Pnomwan Wager (66) and Lawrence Wager (75), discuss Pnomwan’s immigration to the United States, Lawrence’s deployment in Thailand, and their children, as they together recount their love story.
I interviewed Marie Lochard, a shy woman at the time who meets her brother's best friend who was the popular catch. Marie disliked the fact that her brother and his best friend would always go out partying everynight. But when...
One Small Step conversation partners Carmaine Ternes (62) and Tom Phillips (65) share their political values, such as education and tolerance, as well as their work in their communities.
Teacher from P.S. 89 in downtown Manhattan recall their evacuation from school on 9/11.
Anna Paloma Williams (32) asks her mother, Luz Kenyon (58), about what life was like for her as she immigrated to the United States from Mexico and raised her children in a new country. They also discuss the female role...
Today I (Failed comedian who's never done Standup but has bombed doing theater) interview my best friend Kenna (Dumb Dumb), we talk about who as influenced her, what she wants to be remembered for, and Denzel Washington. Join us on...
We talked about one woman’s experience on 9-11. We also talked about what she felt and her thoughts on the event.
One Small Step conversation partners Tom Phillips (65) and Jan Johnson (51) discuss the political division in our country, the state of the Republican party, climate change and LBGTQIA+ issues and their hopes for the future.
This is Mykaylah Moran(14) interviewing Carol Cuccia(63), and asking her different questions relating to her life then and now.
Chris Huson explains how and why he founded New Amsterdam School and offers insights into what it takes to start a school.
Joseph Wesolowski (76) talks with his wife, Wendy Wesolowski (59), about growing up as a street kid in the East Village of New York City, high school, his career in Engineering and adoption of their children.
In this interview Bruce talks about his childhood, and how his experience in living in New York impacted his lifestyle here in California.