Anasa Troutman and Wendi Thomas

Friends and colleagues Anasa Troutman [no age given] and Wendi Thomas (52) reflect on their work with MLK50 and restoring the Historic Clayborn Temple, the power of art and storytelling in their work, and their visions for Memphis.

Ameria Alleyne and Keron Alleyne

Keron Alleyne (32) interviews his wife, Ameria Alleyne (36), about her childhood and how she creates connections and community.

Anne McDonald and Chuck McDonald

Anne McDonald (40) interviews her father, Chuck McDonald [no age given], about his childhood in Butte, Montana, his extended family, and his first jobs. Anne also appreciates Chuck's creativity, imagination, and work ethic, as well as the importance he places...

Mark Mancuso, Carl Huber, and Matt Bielewicz

Friends Mark Mancuso (38), Carl Huber (40), and Matt Bielewicz (39), share a conversation about losing a close friend to gun violence in the midst of a Dungeons & Dragons campaign and how choosing to finish it helped them in...

Amy Voss-DeVito and Beverly Harrison

Sisters, Amy Voss-DeVito (58) and Beverly Harrison (53), share a conversation about their mother's legacy and stardom in crafts, in particular, the mouse and pretty girl dolls.

Thanksgiving interview with grandma

grandma talks about what inspired her to be a teacher and how my dad was as a kid.

Creativity for a Lifetime: An Interview with Professor Anne Stapleton

Sydney Ginter sits down with Professor Anne Stapleton, a scholar of British 19th century literature and a professor at the University of Iowa, to have a conversation about creativity and expression.

“We had the spirit of working together” – founding parent of Santa Cruz Waldorf School, Alison (Keeler) Carrillo

Alison (Keeler) Carrillo shares with us her experience of “plunging in” as a founding parent at the Santa Cruz Waldorf School back in the 70s, her 41 year connection to the school, how the parents over the years have made...