“Enjoy yourself, it’s later than you think!” – memoirs of a life devoted to teaching students in NY.

An interview inquiring about the interviewee's decision to pursue a career in education, how he handled stress, and lessons he learned. The interview ends with his life's most memorable memory.

Joyce Rappaport Interview: June 2018 with Rich Rodgers

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...

Scott Sklar

Scott Sklar had an interesting childhood in Manhattan as the son of the programmer for ABC Radio. He met many famous and relevant musicians at the time.

Patricia Pinto and Dr. Jose Wiley | La Creme Angels Inc.
September 4, 2020 App Interview

Spanish interview featuring La Creme CEO Patricia Pinto and Dr. Jose Wiley speaking about the important myths and realities of the novel coronavirus. Brought to you by La Creme Angels and La Creme Modeling & Acting Agency. @lacreme @lacremeangels lacreme.com...

Jean Kanokogi, Marti Malloy, and Angelica Delgado

Dr. Jean Kanokogi (49) talks with friends Marti Malloy (34) and Angelica Delgado (30) about their experiences competing in Judo at the Olympics and shares memories of her mother, Rusty Kanokogi, who was considered the "Mother of Women's Judo."

Leonard Kraemer and Jessie Kraemer

Leonard Kraemer (94) tells his granddaughter Jessica Kraemer (24) about his childhood in Long Island, his romance of 72 years with his late wife Terry, his time served during WWII, and his late brother, Bobby Kraemer.

Susan Kane-John Lang Button #3. JB Lang Company

Susan Kane: 2020-04-30 15:51:55 JB Lang Company founded 1901 by John Barr Lang Ithaca NY. designed and built-Steam Traction Engine, Large animal operating table, and sold and sold and service vehicles.

Charity Scott and Constance Shreckengost

Charity Scott (65) speaks with her daughter, Constance Shreckengost (33), about her relationship with her own parents, herself as a mother, and her perspective on bioethics as a law professor, friend, and current cancer patient.

Elliot Scherker and Karen Gottlieb

Karen Gottlieb (62) interviews her husband Elliot Scherker (62) about his brother Michael Scherker, who passed away in 1990. Elliot's family did not know that Michael was gay until years after Michael's death.

Interview project Honors

We recorded this on September 26, 2018 in The Bronx, New York. My grandpa is an immigrant from Mexico who came to The United States in search of a better life for his family back home. I am grateful to...

Kalief Shack Metellus, President of Student Government at SUNY Old Westbury, and Patrick Salmon discuss why and the value of participation.

Patrick Salmon, Senior Audit Student, talks with Student Government President at SUNY Old Westbury Kalief Shack Metellus (25). Items discussed: how a mentor recommended that Kalief apply to college, get involved in student government and the results of that relationship....

My Grandmother and I talk about how she heard new music and other current events in the 50’s.

"I asked my grandmother how she found out about new music in my interview and she said that TV played a large role with programs like "American Band Stand". She also would attend dances held on Saturday nights at local...

Jeffrey Tlumak and Jennifer Westerholm

Jeffrey Tlumak (67) reflects on his childhood, his role as a father, and his relationship to his children with his daughter, Jennifer Westerholm (36).

Howard Kramer and Ann Hoog

Folklorist Ann Hoog (45) interviews longtime colleague and American Folklife Center volunteer, Howard Kramer (77) about his early life, and his 16 years volunteering at the Center.