Grace Yang interviews her neighbor Patti about her childhood (GTL 2018 Rollet)

In this interview, conducted on November 25, 2018 in Fairfax Virginia, Grace Yang interviews her neighbor Patti Burke about her childhood. Mrs. Burke shares stories about her life as a military child and about her family. At the end of...

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Len Ballek and Sahna Ballek

Sahna Ballek [no age given] shares a conversation with her father, Len Ballek [no age given], about how he met her mother. They also talk about adoption and their relationship as father and daughter.

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Zoe Curran and Anita Sullivan
December 14, 2023 OSS Hub

Anita Sullivan (75), sits down to talk with her One Small Step conversation partner Zoe Curran (24). The conversation touches on the political and cultural transformations that Jackson, Wyoming has undergone over the 40 years that Anita has lived there....

The Evolution of the Mountain Man: Episode 3 of 3

The last of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode still has interviews...

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Michelle Weber and Ben Pascal
November 1, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners Michelle Weber (54), the Chief of Police, and Ben Pascal (46), a Presbyterian minister, sit down in person at the Teton County Library in Jackson, Wyoming. They discuss their upbringings and families, their roles as...

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John E. Smith Jr. and Carol E. Smith

Husband and wife, John E. Smith, Jr. (64) and Carol E. Smith (65), recall and reminiscence the details of their love story.

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Mike Boehrer and Philip Sikora

One Small Step partners Mike Boehrer (53) and Philip Sikora (69) spend an hour discussing their personal political evolutions, law enforcement, and fatherhood in the context of retirement. Note: This interview contains mention of rape.

The Evolution of the Mountain Man: Episode 2 of 3

The second of three podcasts that aims to look at the American mountain men of the fur trade and their lasting impact on the town of Jackson Hole and the American West as a whole. This episode has interviews from...

“Always be good to other people. No matter what.”

We talked about my grandmas life from when she was born until now. We talked about important people in her life that had a positive impact.

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Jim Rooks and Pete Muldoon
November 1, 2023 OSS Hub

One Small Step conversation partners, Jackson's former mayor Pete Muldoon (50) and current Town Council Member Jim Rooks (52), in their first conversation in front of a live audience at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming. This is...

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Interview with Granny Vicky Schamel

We talked about her life including her best and hardest moments, all that she wants, and all that she has done.

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Alexander Muromcew and Kelsey Yarzab

A One Small Step conversation between Alexander Muromcew (59) and Kelsey Yarzab (24) at the public library in Jackson Hole, Wyoming where they discuss their beliefs and opinions around Libertarianism and Communitarianism, Capitalism and Socialism, and the role of government....

Steve Desroches and Wayne Noffsinger

Steve Desroches (47) talks to Wayne Noffsinger (53) about being part of the comedy drag duo Madge and Bisket, being a social media star, making his live performance debut in Provincetown, Massachusetts as well as what its like to be...

A story about a hard worker

My grandpa started working when he was thirteen, he never dated and he looked up to his dad. After his dad retired he bought Napa and worked very hard there for 42 years before he retired.

Carol Larsen Bringham

Carol Larsen Bringham, a beloved Mom, Grandma, Great Grandma, Sister, Aunt, and Friend to many shared her many wonderful memories.

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Anna Ayars and Silvio Ayars

Anna Ayars (49) and her spouse Silvio Ayars (60) share their reflections from serving in the Air Force, how they met, and advice to people in the military.