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Steve Desroches (47) talks to Stephanie Michel (54) about being one half of the comedy drag queen duo Madge and Bisket as they make their live performance debut in Provincetown, Massachusetts as well as life as social media stars and...
In this recording, I talk to my grandmother about where her ancestors lived and the details about her life.
Michael Horn asks his father, Kemp Horn what he wants discussed at his wake.
Denise Keegan (71) and her friend Duane Nycz (62) share a conversation about their bartending and restaurant careers, their families, the COVID-19 pandemic, and Soap Lake, WA, the city that they both call home.
A discussion of the history and life of a military veteran and family man, Sgt. Andrew Urquhart.
Dottie White, 96, recalls her memories of women and their large families homesteading in Wyoming and South Dakota at the end of the 19th and the beginning of 20th Centuries. These pioneer women were creative and resourceful in establishing their...
In this interview my Grandpa talke about the differences between when he grew up in the 1930’ compared to today.
Arlen Diamond (78) talks with his former colleague, mentee, and friend Tammy Wiley (54) about their experiences working in public radio and how their personal and family lives have influenced their people-centric leadership styles.
Daryl Bowen (76) recounts his personal and family history to his daughter, Lorelei Sterling (49).
Li Fjersted talks with her friend, Rowena Richardson about various interesting times in her life.
One Small Step conversation partners Chaitna Sinha (44) and Shalako Powers (44), talk about their family histories, the paradoxes and hypocrisies of political beliefs and about the pressures and concerns of raising daughters in these times.
Steve Wood (75) talks with his friend, Sage Fridell (18) about moments from his childhood in Missouri as well as other exciting times from his life.
Ada Orton Ruden, 101, speaks to her daughter, Randi Ruden Krantz, about her family and their roots in South Dakota, and the careers in teaching that she and her sisters established.
One Small Step conversation partners Joshua Hanks (32) & Karin Kaufman Wall (50) talk about their changing faith, a shared trauma experience, their frustrations with politics and where they find hope.
I have learned a lot about my mom through this interviewing process, I learned that she was not very wealthy growing up but she was recoursful and found a way to do things on her own. She’s been an entrepreneur...
We talked about what their childhood was like. We also talked about their married life and raising kids together, and eventually grandchildren.
Donna Quinney Hendel, native of Pierre, SD, retired Captain, Nurse Corps, US Navy, interviewed by grandson Quinn A. Hendel.